Public Works Director

Management
Full-time
City of Kerman
8/12/2020
acheema@cityofkerman.org
559-846-9851

Under the general direction of the City Manager, The Director of Public Works is a management position. The City seeks a team player to work in the Public Works Department, responsible for the administration and operation of the City’s streets, water, sewer, drainage, equipment, and wastewater divisions as well as maintenance of the City’s buildings and park facilities. This position is exempt from overtime and may be required to work outside of the normal work period to meet the scheduling demands.

Experience — Ten years professional engineering and/or managerial experience in the field of public works, or equivalent engineering and construction experience.
 
Education — A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in civil, mechanical, or electrical engineering or a related field. Possession of a Certificate of Registration as a Professional Civil, Mechanical or Electrical Engineer in the State of California is highly desirable.  Significant relevant experience may be considered in lieu of educational requirements.
 
Special Qualifications — Possession of an active Grade III Water Distribution and Grade III Waster Water Distribution Certification  highly desired. Possession of a valid California Class C Drivers License is required.
 
Applications and recruitment flyer can be obtained on the City’s website at www.cityofkerman.net.
Please contact Akayla Cheema, Human Resource Technician with any questions, (559) 846-9851 or acheema@cityofkerman.org
 
Filing deadline: July 29, 2020, 4:00 pm. (Postmarks, late, or faxed applications will not accepted)
 

 

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