General Water Manager

City of Port Hueneme

The City of Port Hueneme is seeking a highly skilled, forward thinking Water Manager who can hit the ground running. Reporting to the Public Works Director, this manager will plan and direct the activities, operations and resources of the City's Water Division and the Port Hueneme Water Agency (PHWA.) With responsibility for a multi-million annual budget, the Water Manager will assist the Public Works Director in implementing a $30 million, 12-year Water Master Plan.

The ideal candidate will be an exceptional manager of people and projects who is able to foster open dialogue among team members and create a climate where people want to do their best. This technically capable manager must be dedicated to meeting the expectations of internal and external customers, looking beyond the obvious to solve difficult problems with effective solutions. A minimum of Five years of progressively responsible water utility operation treatment and distribution, administration, supervision and maintenance experience as well as T-4 Water Treatment Certificate from the California State Water Resources Control Board and a D-3 Water Distribution Certificate are required. A Bachelor's or Associates degree in engineering, water science, environmental health, public administration, or a related field is highly desired. Certificate T-5 Water Treatment and D-4 Water Distribution certificates are highly desirable.

The City of Port Hueneme (pronounced “Wy-nee’mee”) is a lovely seaside community in southern Ventura County. Those who live and work here note a high quality of life with a small-town feel. Join our team!

Compensation DOQ, $115,627.20 - $150,300.80 annually plus a full benefit package. To read the full job posting and submit your application, go to .

Application deadline is August 9, 2020.

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