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General Manager-Water Department
City of San Bernardino, CA
The City of San Bernardino (213,000) is the county seat and 17th largest city in the state. Its strategic location has made it home to nationally known companies such as Mattel, Amazon, Kohl’s and BNSF Railway. The General Manager reports directly to the appointed Water Board and oversees a department of 309 employees managing the consolidated functions of water and wastewater treatment, wastewater collection and water distribution. This is an excellent opportunity if you are an energetic and ethical professional; an inclusive, compassionate leader; and a team player looking to make a significant impact in the community. The position requires at least seven years of increasingly responsible professional experience in water and/or wastewater utilities management including a minimum five years in a management capacity in addition to a Bachelor’s degree in public administration, business administration, finance, engineering, or a closely related field. The annual salary is $209,296-$274,828 and appointment will be made depending upon the qualifications and experience of the selected candidate. The City also offers an excellent benefits package for the position.
To view a detailed brochure and apply for this exciting opportunity, please visit Peckham and McKenney at www.peckhamandmckenney.com. Resumes are acknowledged within two business days. Call Ellen Volmert at (866) 912-1919 for more information.
Filing deadline is May 8, 2018.
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