|STORMWATER UTIL DIVISION MGR|
|Performs administrative, managerial, and supervisory work involving the planning, organizing and management of the Stormwater Utility. Responsibilities include the accurate maintenance of the database used to support the Stormwater Utility billing system; the collection and maintenance of lake water quality data for all City lakes; the monitoring and insuring compliance with environmental codes and regulations; the conducting of public awareness and education programs; and the conducting of research on stormwater management alternatives. Work is performed under the direction of the Public Works Director.|
|Directs the maintenance of the stormwater database used to support the Utility billing system; researches and analyzes data to assure accuracy; assigns specific tasks as needed.
Reviews and administers the collection of annual expenditures; assists with the collection of fees for County Tax; prepare and administer the operating budget for the bureau; provides funds to the Capital Improvement Program; provides maintenance for the public stormwater systems.
Assists in the compliance for the City Code environmental inspections.
Provides public information and education in the area of environmental awareness pertaining to stormwater management lake water quality issues; attends neighborhood meetings and conducts programs for schools.
Supervise and administer research projects and studies performed by the Division Environmental Staff.
Assist in the development of lake monitoring and data collection programs and the preparation of annual reports.
Supervise staff and administer the City's Policy and Procedures.
Monitor the planning, development, and implementation for stormwater management plans; monitor the federally mandated NPDES program.
|Knowledge of effective supervisory techniques.
Knowledge of principles, practices, methods, and techniques of Stormwater Utility.
Knowledge of environmental codes and regulations.
Knowledge of maintenance planning and scheduling techniques.
Ability to manage the work of a diversified staff.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with subordinate personnel, municipal officials, and the general public.
Ability to use a personal computer.
Ability to effectively communicate both verbally and in writing.
|Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, or construction management or related field plus five (5) 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.|