$12,612.22 - $16,299.67 per month Plus an excellent benefits package
The Operations and Maintenance Manager (O&M Manager) is an executive contract position with responsibility for all aspects of the District's wastewater conveyance system operations and maintenance. This position reports to the General Manager and supervises and directs assigned staff.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities Include:
Manage and coordinate safe and effective operations and maintenance (O&M) of wastewater collection systems, including pump stations, force mains, and gravity sewers.
Work in partnership with General Manager, managers, and supervisors to plan, develop, and implement District-wide programs, procedures, and policies.
Develop short and long-term operational and maintenance plans; develop speci?cations and Requests for Proposal; oversee the work of outside consultants and contractors.
Provide coaching and directions to Operations Supervisors and O&M Superintendent in developing staff’s performance goals and objectives.
Supervise assigned department employees including directing work, conducting performance evaluations, coordinating training and implementing hiring, discipline and termination procedures.
Implement SB198 (IIPP) guidelines; ensure maintenance of safety logs, coordinate safety meetings and training.
Manage procurement, inventory, and allocation of materials; contact vendors and ensure compliance with District financial policies.
Supervise emergency response as may be needed 24/7; responsible for regulatory reporting as Legally Responsible Officer (LRO).
Monitor changes in laws, regulations and technology that may affect departmental operations; research and recommend equipment purchases and disposal; implement policy and procedural changes as required.
Oversee the District's Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) that generates and completes work orders. Analyze data, prepare reports, and maintain updated asset inventory.
Make presentations of collection systems status and operations to the Board of Directors and represent the District in meetings with governmental and regulatory agencies and the public.
Prepare annual department budget proposal, including budget forecasts and tracking budget status.
Collaborate with engineering and inspections to give input on capital improvement projects.
Critical Knowledge and Skills Include:
Principles and practices of supervision, training, and performance evaluation.
Principles and practices of wastewater collection system maintenance and repair and capital projects.
Principles of organization, administration, budget, financial, and personnel management.
Safety regulations, standards, and procedures in wastewater collection system and pump station maintenance.
Effective verbal and written communication skills including public presentation skills.
Understand, interpret, and apply rules, regulations, ordinances, and federal and local legislation.
Proficient knowledge of modern Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) asset management software and other software related to wastewater operations and management.
Maintaining work records, analyzing data, and preparing reports.
Analyze problems, identify alternative solutions, project consequences of proposed actions and implement recommendations in support of goals.
Required Qualifications: Any combination of education and experience that provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities required for this position. A typical way of obtaining the required qualifications is to possess the equivalent of:
Equivalent to graduation from high school supplemented by CWEA certification or courses in water/wastewater resources, project management, or a related field. A college degree is desirable.
Five years of experience as a supervisor or manager, preferably in water or wastewater operations.
Licensing, Certification, and Registration Standards:
Must possess a valid California Water Environmental Association (CWEA) certification at time of hire.
Must be able to obtain a valid Collection System Maintenance Grade IV issued by the California Water Environmental Association (CWEA) within 36 months of date of hire.
Must possess and maintain a valid California Class C Driver’s License and insurability under the District’s vehicle liability insurance coverage.
ROSS VALLEY SANITARY DISTRICT IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Ross Valley Sanitary District (also known as Sanitary District No. 1) is a special enterprise district organized under the California Health and Safety Code and the Sanitary Acts of 1891 and 1923. The District operates and maintains approximately 200 miles of collection sewer lines and 19 pumping stations which collect, pump, and transport approximately five million gallons of wastewater per day to Central Marin Sanitation Agency for treatment. Approximately 95% of the District's collection system was installed prior to 1955.