As the County Administrator for Highlands County, Randy Vosburg is responsible for carrying out the policies of the Highlands County Board of County Commissioners. As a Certified Public Manager, Vosburg manages the daily operation of Highlands County, which includes eight (8) departments, more than 385 employees and an annual budget of approximately $150 million.
Vosburg began his career in 2001 with Polk County in Growth Management as a Land Use Planner. In 2007, he was hired by the Polk County Sheriffs Office as the Director of Strategic Planning and ultimately the Director of Professional Compliance. Vosburg was then hired in 2013 as the Assistant County Administrator for Highland County, in which he served until being elevated to the County Administrator position in 2017.
Vosburg collaborates daily with representatives of local municipalities, other jurisdictions, developers, private industry, and civic and community organizations on issues of interest pertaining to County business. Fiduciary responsibilities remain on the top of his agenda as he reviews and approves departmental budgets before presenting them to the citizens and the Board of County Commissioners for approval.
Vosburg has a master's degree in Public Administration from the University of South Florida and bachelor's degrees in both Political Science and History from Florida Southern College.
Vosburg is also a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP).