The Assistant General Manager - Administration position is in charge of the Administration programs of the District. Under the direction of the General Manager-Secretary, the ideal candidate must be a strategic thinker with extensive management and administrative skills. The incumbent will oversee programs in the Accounting, Environmental Resources, Information Technology, Human Resources, and Office Management sections of the District.
The ideal candidate for this position should have: • A strong understanding of Human Resource laws, rules and regulations. • The ability to exercise leadership and authority tactfully and effectively. • A knowledge of the EPA’s National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit requirements and other stormwater quality regulations. • The ability to develop strong relationships and possess conflict resolution skills.
The ideal candidate will: • Interface with the District’s Board of Directors, State and local agencies, organizations, and the general public as needed. • Direct staff in searching and applying for grants and/or additional funding to advance programs and services. • Work effectively through teamwork and collaboration with both executive management and mid-management staff. • Demonstrate transparency, strong work ethics and integrity. • Use effective communication skills to deliver presentations and make other public information announcements as necessary to support the District’s programs and services.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS The position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Business or Public Administration, or related discipline, and six (6) years of related experience. Candidate must have knowledge of government budgets, personnel law, information technology, accounting and financial management. Prior experience working for a California government agency is a plus. A Master’s Degree in Business or Public Administration, or closely related field may substitute up to two (2) years of related experience. A valid California Driver’s License is required.
The application process: Applications should be submitted in a sealed envelope and mailed or hand-delivered to:
General Manager-Secretary Fresno Metropolitan Flood Control District 5469 E. Olive Avenue Fresno, CA 93727
Applications submitted by e-mail or fax will not be accepted. It is recommended a resume and letter of interest be included. This position will be open until filled, with the next review of applications on May 29, 2018. For an application and the brochure describing the position, please contact the District Office at 5469 E. Olive Avenue, Fresno, CA 93727, (559) 456-3292, or visit our website at: www.fresnofloodcontrol.org.
About Fresno Metropolitan Flood Control District
It is the purpose of the Fresno Metropolitan Flood Control District to control storm and other surface water flows:
•Preventing property damage, personal injury and inconvenience; and
•Managing such waters for long-term beneficial use within the District
District objectives shall be achieved through adherence to the following standards:
•Performance excellence by District employees and contractors; and
•Environmental and economic sensitivity; and
•Maximized public benefit through multiple use of District facilities