|WASTEWATER ASST DIVISION MGR|
|Performs engineering, administrative and supervisory work involving the design, construction, operation, evaluation, control, rehabilitation and maintenance of over two hundred lift stations, over seven hundred miles of wastewater collection lines, over two hundred miles of reclaimed water distribution lines or three advanced wastewater treatment plants. Participates in planning for future expansions of treatment, collection and reclaimed water facilities. Manages the division in the absence of the Division Manager. Work is performed under the general direction of the Wastewater Division Manager and is reviewed from an overall standpoint through discussions and evaluation of reports submitted and results obtained.|
|Manages operations and maintenance functions of sewer collection lines, pumping stations, sewer system evaluation surveys, reclaimed water systems or treatment facilities as determined by Division Manager. Organizes, schedules, and assigns projects to subordinates; coordinates project implementation.
Enforces standards of performance as established by City, State or Federal guidelines. Reviews assignments and program activity reports with section supervisors and provides guidance and technical assistance as needed.
Conducts frequent inspections of facilities and equipment.
Reviews and authorizes personnel actions such as selections, promotions, transfers and demotions; reviews disciplinary actions based on documentation and input from supervisors to ensure consistency in administering disciplinary actions.
Assists in the development of specifications for procurement of new equipment or rehabilitation processes.
Participates in planning future expansions and capital improvement projects.
Determines training needs of subordinates, organizes and coordinates training programs on safety, new techniques, operations, or new equipment.
Reviews and evaluates engineering designs and specifications submitted for construction/rehabilitation of sewer lines, reclaimed water lines and pumping stations. Provides input to consulting engineers using knowledge of existing collection and treatment systems. Reviews and evaluates all replacement, repair, and expansion requirements.
Reviews and authorizes payroll reports, purchase orders, and related documents; monitors program budget expenditures. Monitors requests submitted to ensure funds approved prior to acquiring materials and starting work.
Develops and administers annual operating budget.
Monitors and periodically updates the sewer system fixed asset inventory; serves as custodian of capital inventory accounts.
Establishes and modifies preventative maintenance programs in conjunction with input received from manufacturers and program managers.
Attends meetings as official representative for Division (i.e., Budget Review, Purchasing review, Public Works Consultant Committee, Personnel Services, contract negotiations, etc.).
Performs other duties as needed to facilitate the Division's efficiency and effectiveness. Acts as Division Manager during his absence.
May be required to work during non-regular business hours such as weekends and evenings.
|Thorough knowledge of the principles of civil and sanitary engineering as applied to the development, construction, operation, and maintenance of treatment plants, lift stations, gravity collection systems and reclaimed water systems.
Knowledge of local ordinances, state and federal regulations that govern environmental protection as it relates to the waste water collection, construction, treatment and disposal.
Effective written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to plan and direct the design, construction, operation, maintenance and repair of sewer facilities and collection systems.
Ability to perform engineering computations and make comprehensive recommendations for the solution of sewer utility problems.
Ability to develop and control management by objective operating budget.
Ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with citizens, staff, city, county, state, and federal officials.
Ability to operate motor vehicle and conduct inspections of facilities and equipment.
Ability to read and interpret engineering plans and specifications.
Ability to operate a personal computer and computer software/programs I.e. Lotus Notes, Microsoft Office, etc.
|Bachelor's degree in Civil, Environmental or Sanitary Engineering and two (2) to three (3) years responsible experience in the operation and maintenance of wastewater collection lines, lift stations, reclaimed water systems and wastewater treatment plants, two of which must have been in a management capacity; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. State of Florida Professional Engineer License or a Florida Class "A" Wastewater Certification is desired. A valid Florida Driver's License is required.
REVISED: 7/12/99 - JAG
6/19/02 - VCJ - ch ys exp from 4 to 2-3 as a result of the pay plan.