Manager VI - Wastewater Maintenance Manager
$141,310.00 - $180,336.00/year
Application Deadline: 4/12/2017 5:00 PM
Under the general direction of the Assistant General Manager, Wastewater Enterprise (AGM, WWE) at the SFPUC, the WWE Maintenance Manager is responsible for planning, organizing, managing, and directing the maintenance and repair of all wastewater treatment plants, pump stations, and WWE facilities in compliance with all Federal, State, and local regulations; performs responsible technical and administrative work in connection therewith; handles planning, trouble shooting, and policymaking for the Division, and performs related duties as required. The Maintenance Division consists of approximately 150 employees, and is comprised of the following sections: Instrumentation and Control, WWE Maintenance Planning, Plumbing, Painters, Laborers, Carpenters, HVAC, Southeast Community Facility Maintenance, WWE Facilities, Gardeners, Machine Shop, Welding Shop, Hydraulics Shop, Co-generation Engine crew, and Electrical and Instrumentation.
Essential functions of this position include:
- Organizes, plans, manages, and directs the activities of the WWE Maintenance Division, including monitoring the work of and coaching direct reports and other subordinates in the following sections: Instrumentation and Control, WWE Maintenance Planning, Plumbing, Painters, Laborers, Carpenters, HVAC, Southeast Community Facility Maintenance, WWE Facilities, Gardeners, Machine Shop, Welding Shop, Hydraulics Shop, Co-generation Engines, Electrical Section, and other functional work groups as needed;
- Develops and implements Maintenance Division goals, objectives, policies, and priorities, and determines appropriate levels of service and allocation of resources to achieve timely and measurable outcomes, within budgets. Adjusts plans and programs as needed to meet emerging requirements;
- Promotes safe work practices and ensures that subordinates adhere to all safety practices, policies, and regulations, including all applicable SFPUC and Cal-OSHA policies and regulations;
- Establishes and implements maintenance, repair, asset management, and maintenance planning programs for all wastewater treatment plants, pump stations, equipment, systems, buildings, and other assets, including utilizing the Computerized Maintenance Management System (MAXIMO);
- Monitors the efficiency and effectiveness of the activities and programs of the Maintenance Division, including staffing assignments, service levels, and administrative systems, identifies opportunities for improvement, and implements improvements;
- Establishes and maintains excellent relationships with WWE Operations Division, WWE Engineering, other WWE Divisions, other SFPUC enterprises, divisions, and bureaus, and internal and external stakeholders; including for the purpose of coordinating operational activities with plant and pump station construction projects, to ensure that plants and pump stations are kept in good repair so they meet all compliance requirements, and to promote and coordinate the function of the WWE Maintenance Division;
- Communicates regularly with WWE management, including the WWE AGM, regarding the Maintenance Division’s activities and coordination of efforts with other City departments, including Public Works, in addressing the needs of the WWE, the SFPUC, the City and the Southeast Community Facility;
- Represents the Division and, as needed, the WWE before legislative bodies, boards, commissions, committees, and other organizations;
- Reviews technical reports, plans, designs, and installations; and
- Ensures the implementation and uniform application of all management policies. Ensures that employees comply with all relevant City, State, and Federal regulations. Promotes excellent labor/management relationships. Develops staffing plants; monitors staff disciplinary and performance management. Ensures staff development and career training. Develops, administers, monitors, coordinates and reviews Maintenance Division budget. Communicates with the public and staff of other agencies. Acts in the AGM's absence as needed.
The 0941 Manager VI – WWE Maintenance Manager also performs related duties as required.
- Possession of a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in science, biochemistry, engineering, business, environmental or urban planning or closely related field; AND
- Five (5) years of supervisorial or managerial experience in a wastewater treatment plant; AND
- Possession of current valid driver’s license.
Applicants must meet the minimum qualification requirement by the final filing date unless otherwise noted.
- An advanced degree in planning, science, engineering, law or related field.
The stated desirable qualifications may be used to identify job finalists at the end of the selection process when candidates are referred for hiring.
HOW TO APPLY:
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