Director of Public Works
Company: City of Inverness
Posted on: February 25, 2021
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opportunities by clicking on the Notify Me button. POSITION TITLE :
DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS PAY RANGE : $70,000 - $87,000 BENEFITS :
Vacation and Sick/Personal Leave; 11 Holidays; Major Medical,
Prescription Drug Plan and Dental, Florida Retirement, and social
security. DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES : Responsible administrative and
technical supervisory position that oversees the coordination of
projects and work detail in the Public Works Department. Job
functions include:--Management of operations, maintenance, project
development associated with water treatment, wastewater treatment,
sewer collection lines and lift stations, water distribution,
contractual projects, sidewalks development and maintenance,
streets,--road construction and maintenance, storm water system
development and maintenance.
(These essential job functions are not to be construed as a
complete statement of all duties performed. Employees will be
required to perform other job related marginal duties as required.)
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS 1.Plans, schedules, coordinate and
supervise work activities of skilled and semi-skilled personnel.
Directs work activities of supervisors and general workforce as
2. Monitors and maintains legal and permitting requirements as
assigned or necessitated. Plans, allocates resources; monitors and
coordinates activities. 3. Evaluates personnel, initiates personnel
action of hiring, firing, promotion, discipline, and training.
Maintains required personnel records, reports, and files. Generate
documentation as needed for effectiveness. 4. Formulates and
implements practices, rules, techniques, polices, and procedures to
improve operational efficiencies. Maintain adherence to city
policy, procedures and protocol. Exercises and implements cost
effective decisions, practices, and principles. --
5. Prepares the annual budget; provides time, motion, material and
performance/project analysis and costing. Exercises purchase
authorization over departmental allocations and expenditures.
Submits requisitions for personnel, equipment and materials.
6.Ensures employees are trained in the safe and efficient operation
of assigned equipment, vehicles, system components, machinery and
7. Compiles reports; maintains responsibility for record keeping
and reporting functions.
8.Responds to public inquires. Receives request for information;
investigates and resolves problems or refers to appropriate source.
9.Consults and interacts with other departments to coordinate work
activities and achieve results. 10. Ensures proper repair and
maintenance of systems, equipment, vehicles, buildings, etc.
11.Manages contractual arrangements for projects, maintenance or
service delivery as required or assigned. Maintains
residential/commercial solid waste services and utility (water and
wastewater) services via contract.
12.Performs budgeting. Maintains cost/expenditure controls.
Develops annual Capital Improvement Plan and
expenditure/disbursement package. 13.Prepares specifications for
bid, analysis proposals, makes selections, and recommends bid
awards. 14.Attends meetings and workshops. Makes public
presentations as required.
15.Develops, implements, and reviews construction and maintenance
activities and work progress. (These essential job functions are
not to be construed as a complete statement of all duties
performed. Employees will be required to perform other job related
marginal duties as required.) MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS : KNOWLEDGE,
SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
- Knowledge of road construction, water/sewer/storm drain projects,
concrete, propagation of grass, trees, flowers, and shrubs,
underground irrigation/systems, water and sewer
distribution/collection and treatment plant operations.
-Knowledge of all phases of public works, engineering and
-Knowledge of equipment operation and maintenance, tools, and
supplies required to accomplish operational objectives.
-Knowledge of time and motion, and cost effective procedures,
practices, and principles.
-Ability to plan, direct and coordinate a wide range of public
works systems and activities.
-Ability to supervise small and large numbers of employees.
-Ability to create a positive image to the public.
-Ability to make and maintain records and reports.
-Ability to communicate both orally and in writing.
-Ability to review construction, road project, and general
-Ability to be effective, dynamic, and achieve desirable results in
a cost effective and timely manner.
-- EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS :
Graduation from an accredited four year college or university with
a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Applied Science, Environmental
Science, Public Administration, or related field, and five years of
progressively responsible supervisory experience in municipal or
private section public works type functions. An Equivalent amount
of education, training, experience, and possession of advanced
water and/or wastewater plant operator's license(s), as issued by
the State of Florida, may be substituted for the Bachelor's Degree.
(A comparable amount of training, education or experience can be
substituted for the minimum qualifications) LICENSES,
CERTIFICATIONS OR REGISTRATIONS: --
Possession of--a valid Florida Drivers License. Possession of
Advanced Water/Wastewater Plant Operator's License, issued by State
of Florida preferable.-- PRE-EMPLOYMENT PHYSICAL AND TESTING :
After an offer of employment has been made, the successful
candidate must submit to and pass a--physical examination that is
designed around the performance criteria of this position.
City policy requires that city employees are to reside in Citrus
County east and south of County Road 491 within thirty (30) days
after completion of their training period. APPLICATION AND
INTERVIEW : Applicants may wish to apply online at
www.Inverness.gov . Completed Application forms are to be returned
to the Administration Office for handling. Applications of
qualified applicants will be submitted to the hiring department for
review and consideration for interview. The City schedules
interviews by mail, or telephone during normal business hours.
City employees applying for this position must notify their
supervisor in writing five (5) days after the posting of this
notice, and accordingly notify City Administration/Personnel
Department in written form. EMPLOYMENT POLICY : The City of
Inverness is an equal opportunity employer. Prospective employees
will be considered without discrimination, due to race, creed, sex,
sexual orientation, color, age, national origin, handicap, veteran
status, or any other legally protected status. VETERAN PREFERENCE :
Those eligible to assert veteran preference must complete a
separate document for each position, available from the
Administration Office upon request. Applicants are to attach the
completed Veteran Preference Form to their application for each
position you are applying. EEO/ACCOMMODATION FOR DISABLED
EMPLOYEE-VETERAN REFERENCE NOTE : RESUMES/APPLICATIONS ARE SUBJECT
TO THE OPEN RECORDS LAWS OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA.
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