General Manager

Admin
Full-time
Tuolumne Utilities District
8/21/2018

TUOLUMNE UTILITIES DISTRICT (TUD)

GENERAL MANAGER

ANNUAL SALARY: $175,000 – 195,000 DOE/DOQ + excellent benefits and potential performance based incentives

Tuolumne Utilities District (TUD) is seeking a General Manager (GM) who has knowledge and experience regarding water and wastewater system service delivery. This GM will also have an inclusive, transparent, and ethical approach to leadership that involves sound decision-making that will move the district forward.   The GM values, and has a proven record of building trust with an elected board and staff members, other agencies, community organizations, and the public through collaboration and meaningful consultation. The ideal candidate recognizes the importance of building relationships, communicating often and effectively, engaging in the community’s historic and environmental values, and managing operational efficiency while delivering outstanding customer service.  Apply today if you are looking for a meaningful career that can contribute to a vibrant community, while living in one of the most amazing parts of the world.

 

For more details see the recruitment brochure:

https://wbrowncreative.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Brochure-TUD-General-Manager-FINAL-II.pdf

 

 

The Ideal Candidate:

Is knowledgeable and experienced in water and wastewater system service delivery. The candidate should have an inclusive, transparent, and ethical approach to leadership that involves sound decision-making that will move the district forward.   The candidate values, and has a proven record of building trust with an elected board and staff members, other agencies, Tribes, community organizations, and the public through collaboration and meaningful consultation. The ideal candidate recognizes the importance of building relationships, communicating often and effectively, engaging in the community’s historic and environmental values, and managing operational efficiency while delivering outstanding customer service.

 

Employment Standards:

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in public or business administration, management, engineering, political science, or a related field; and
  • Five years’ experience in the management of a public utility, or comparable organization and two years’ experience working for an elected Board; and/or
  • Equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job.
  • Valid California driver’s license by time of appointment, and have a satisfactory driving record, and able to be insured by the District to operate District vehicles.

Desirable:

  • Master’s degree in Public Administration or related field.
  • Knowledge of:
    • Functions, authorities, and responsibilities of water and wastewater agencies.
    • Financial and budgetary management.
    • Human resources/labor relations management practices.
    • California Environmental Quality Compliance (CEQA).
    • California Water Law.
    • Principles and practices of construction and service contract negotiations.

 

SALARY AND BENEFITS

The salary for this position is $175,000 – 195,000 annually dependent on experience and qualifications and potential performance based incentives. The District also offers an excellent benefits package, for more details see recruitment brochure.

 

HOW TO APPLY:

This position is open until filled, however for first consideration apply by August 21st; however candidates are encouraged to submit as soon as possible.

  • Apply At: https://wbcp.applicantpool.com/jobs/258382.html

 

Please contact your recruiter, Wendi Brown, with any questions:

 

SAVE THE DATES!

Interviews will take place on September 27th and 28th; candidates will need to be available for both days.

 

The Tuolumne Utilities District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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