A police officer taking home $452,653 per year and making a total of $539,735 with benefits. A fire captain whose total compensation reached $557,655 last year.
The City of Lawndale is seeking a Director of Public Works/ City Engineer to develop, manage and oversee the professional, technical, clerical and skilled operations of its Department of Public Works, to include: administration, engineering, street maintenance, and grounds maintenance. Reporting directly to the City Manager, the Director of Public Works/ City Engineer must be able to demonstrate strong leadership, integrity and a commitment to providing modeled municipal services to City residents, businesses, and visitors. The Director of Public Works/ City Engineer must be able to effectively oversee capital improvement projects and public works operations, achieve strategic objectives/goals, and work collaboratively with all levels within the organization.
The ideal candidate must possess six (6) consecutive years of increasingly responsible experience managing diverse public works operations, including two (2) years supervising, managing and/or directing a division or department. A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major course work in civil engineering or related field. A Master’s degree is preferred. Possession of a Class C Driver’s License in the state of California is required. A valid registration as a Professional Engineer and Land Surveyor
To be considered, please submit an official City Employment Application, resume and cover letter to: the City of Lawndale’s Administrative Services/ Human Resources Department. Emailed or faxed application materials will not be accepted. An employment application may be obtained from the City website at www.lawndalecity.org or by contacting the City of Lawndale at (310) 973-3200 OR via email at HR@lawndalecity.org. Office hours: Monday through Thursday, from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 pm.
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