Binghamton Mayor-elect Jared Kraham is seeking new talent as he prepares to take office in less than 50 days.

Kraham on Monday issued a statement indicating he is "casting a wide net to attract experienced professionals" for his new administration.

Kraham, a Republican, defeated city councilman Joe Burns, the Democratic candidate for mayor, in the November 2 election.

The mayor-elect said job openings are available in several city departments including: assessment, attorney's office, economic development, engineering, finance, information technology, the mayor's office, parks and recreation, personnel, planning, public works and the treasurer's office.

Positions ranging from entry-level to department head will be available.

Kraham encouraged people interested in joining his administration to send a resume "and we can start a conversation."

Kraham has not publicly indicated which department heads he intends to replace. Shortly after the election, he said some already had plans to retire or to pursue other opportunities.

Kraham said resumes may be sent to: jared@jaredformayor.com.

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