|STS/DRAINAGE ASST DIVISION MGR|
|Middle Management/Professional/NM AD|
|Performs professional, administrative, and managerial work in the Division of Streets and Drainage. An employee assigned to this classification assists the Division Manager in the overall management of the stormwater, aquatics, street cleaning and street construction and maintenance operations. Primary duties include developing maintenance programs for stormwater conveyance facilities; reviewing plans and specifications for the construction and/or renovation of storm drainage systems; coordinating, scheduling, and supervising construction projects. Work is performed under the general direction of the City Engineer and is reviewed through staff conferences, oral and written reports, and results obtained in meeting program objectives.|
|Plans, designs and develops programs for monitoring and maintenance of stormwater conveyance facilities (i.e. approximately 100 miles of pipe, several thousand catch basins, manholes, and inlets, 30+ retention areas and approximately 65 miles of ditches and canals and approximately 200 drainage wells, and over 250 pollution control devices).
Schedules, establishes work priorities, and coordinates major construction projects; directs through subordinate supervisors such activities as constructing, repairing or replacing storm drainage systems, repairing and cleaning of drainage wells, storm water lift stations, pollution control devices, alum injection systems, open drainage systems underdrain, aquatic management programs and lakeshore management.
Schedules, establishes work priorities, and coordinates major projects on all maintenance activities within the right-of-ways of all City and Florida Department of Transportation streets and highways within the City limits to include asphalt, concrete, guardrail, fences, litter removal activities, and both in-house and contract mowing.
Reviews work schedules prepared by subordinate supervisors to ensure compliance with Master Maintenance plan; monitors work activity reports to ensure activities being completed as scheduled; resolves problems and conflicts that impede work programs.
Develops for City Engineer's approval a comprehensive emergency flood control plan to ensure damage is minimal when floods/storms occur. Directs stormwater operations during floods or other natural emergencies.
Reviews plans and specifications relating to storm sewer, ditch and retention/detention pond maintenance, construction and/or their reconstruction to determine manpower requirements, and cost of equipment and personnel needed to construct and/or maintain projects. Estimates costs and recommends modifications as needed using knowledge of engineering principles and regulations pertinent to stormwater operations.
Reviews and analyzes the availability, cost effectiveness and utilization of new/existing equipment and materials and recommends the acquisition/disposition of new or additional equipment.
Participates in the development of specifications for equipment or contractual services, reviews and evaluates bids and recommends vendor/contractor.
Monitors the work of outside contractors for stormwater projects; consults with contractors to resolve problems; recommends approval or disapproval of requests for change orders for projects.
Represents City Engineer at various city, county, and state meetings to plan and coordinate construction projects, provide advice on engineering matters, justify equipment and discuss other issues related to aquatics, stormwater operations, and property control.
Participates in the development of Division's annual budget; formulates performance standards and operational goals for City Engineer's review; controls expenditures to ensure proper utilization of funds. Compiles and prepares required management reports.
Assists City Engineer in planning for future expansions and other capital improvement projects.
Selects and evaluates personnel; counsels employees; administers disciplinary actions, recommends promotions and salary increases; serves as initial and/or secondary respondent to employee grievances.
Performs other related duties as required.
|Comprehensive knowledge of engineering principles, practices, techniques, and methods of organization relating to a municipal stormwater management, street construction and street cleaning operations.
Comprehensive knowledge of Federal, State, and municipal codes, ordinances, rules, and regulations pertinent to stormwater management, street construction and street cleaning operations.
Comprehensive knowledge of plans and developments in field of storm drainage, street construction and general civil engineering.
Comprehensive knowledge of effective administrative and personnel management principles, practices and methods.
Ability to conduct research and analyze management studies, plans, specifications, and other technical materials.
Ability to supervise preparation of administrative and technical reports and to impart them effectively, both orally and in writing.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, officials and the general public.
|Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, or construction management or related field plus four (4) years experience in the planning, design, and maintenance of storm drainage systems including at least two (2) supervisory/management experience; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Experience in aquatics, lakeshore management, and street construction highly desired.|