North Texas Municipal Water District is seeking a Deputy Director (Engineering & CIP) to lead and manage a construction program that will exceed $500,000,000 annually over the next 4 years. The successful candidate will be results driven, team oriented and capable of leading a large team of high achievers across all areas of Engineering and Construction Management and will play a pivotal role in ensuring the timely completion of all projects.
Major responsibilities include:
Oversees all aspects of the Engineering and CIP Divisions to ensure the efficient operation of each department and the organization in whole.
Implement project management practices and procedures on time to achieve cost and schedule goals.
Assists the Executive Director / General Manager in the development of strategic plans to support the organization's goals and objectives.
Build and foster collaborative relationships with all departments within the organization.
Identify opportunities to support organizational initiatives and recommend the development of programs to promote these activities.
Provide leadership and management to ensure that the mission and core values of NTMWD are practiced.
Act as a change agent constantly looking for improvements and progress within and outside the engineering teams and processes.
Must have strong understanding of engineering concepts and project management, ideally in the area of Public Utilities.
Ability to manage changes throughout reporting departments.
Ability to apply sound administrative and financial management practices.
Ability to speak effectively before audiences.
Ability to work effectively with Board of Directors through the Executive Director with an eye towards political sensitivity.
Well-rounded knowledge of all facets of water resources development, water treatment and transmission, wastewater treatment and conveyance, solid waste management, as well as exposure to political/legislative activities.
Must possess the ability to identify and resolve problems in a timely manner and gather and analyze information skillfully.
Must possess the ability to delegate work assignments, give authority to work independently, set expectations and monitor delegated activities.
Bachelor degree required.
Master degree, professional engineer certified and/or a certified Project Manager preferred.
Extensive background in management practices and organizational behavior.
Internal Number: 141
The North Texas Municipal Water District ("NTMWD" or "the District") is a conservation and reclamation district and political subdivision of the State of Texas, created and functioning under Article XVI, Section 59, of the Texas Constitution, pursuant to Chapter 62, Acts of 1951, 52nd Legislature of Texas, Regular Session, as amended (the ACT). An amendment to the NTMWD’s creating ACT by the legislature in 1975, Section 27, authorizes the NTMWD to acquire, treat, and distribute potable water, and to collect, treat and dispose of wastes, both liquid and solid, in order to reduce pollution, conserve and develop the natural resources of Texas.
Regional Service through Unity – Meeting Our Region’s Needs Today and Tomorrow
To meet the needs of Member Cities and Customers, whether that is the need for drinking water, wastewater treatment, or solid waste disposal.
1.Provide superior water, wastewater, and solid waste services today.
2.Secure the future for water, wastewater, and solid waste supplies and services.
3.Maintain strong relationships with Member Cities, Customers, and partners.
4.Maintain our infrastructure to provide reliab...le service today and tomorrow – through emphasis on preventive/predictive maintenance.
5.Take care of our people – develop our leaders and work force, hire and retain the right people, build our bench, and be safe.
Core Values - I TRUST
Our North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) Core Values are represented by a few terms that uniquely describe how we think of ourselves, what it means to work for NTMWD, and how we want others to think of us. These values define our NTMWD culture. It’s important to highlight why they are important, what they are, and how we apply them.
Our cities and all our customers depend on NTMWD to provide superior services, rely on NTMWD to protect public health and the environment, and count on NTMWD doing these routinely. We want our cities and all our customers to believe – I TRUST North Texas Municipal Water District.
We are honest, trustworthy, transparent, and reliable in our words and actions and accountable for what we say and do.
We are relied on to be effective, honest, open, and consistent, and to serve our Customers’ best interest.
We treat our Customers and each other with courtesy, kindness, and fairness.
We do what’s best for our Customers and the Region – ALL-IN together.
We mitigate risks in our daily activities to minimize accidents, injuries, and damage and protect our public health and the environment; we take care of each other so we can fulfill our mission.
We cooperate and collaborate with each other, our Customers and Partners to meet our Region’s needs today and tomorrow.