The San Juan Water District seeks an Engineering Services Manager.
The Engineering Services Manager reports to the General Manager and is responsible for planning, organizing, directing and supervising the District’s engineering operations and activities including engineering design, construction and inspection. The Engineering Services Manager is responsible for:
Closely coordinating Engineering Department activities with those of other departments and outside agencies and organizations; providing staff assistance to the General Manager and Board of Directors; preparing and presenting staff reports.
Participating in budget preparation and administration; preparing cost estimates for budget recommendations; submitting justifications for Capital Improvement Projects (CIPs), equipment, materials and supplies.
Managing the preparation and implementation of the District’s Capital Improvement Program, Retail and Wholesale Master Plans and other associated planning documents.
Overseeing and administering construction contracts; overseeing construction management of Wholesale & Retail projects.
Developing requests for proposals; reviewing proposals and overseeing the selection process; preparing and negotiating contracts; directing and overseeing the work of consultants and contractors.
Preparing and coordinating design and specification preparation for the District’s capital improvement program; reviewing for constructability.
Overseeing the bid process including preconstruction conference and contract awards for District construction projects; reviewing daily inspection reports; participating in pre-final walk through; reviewing punch list prepared by inspector; coordinating turnover of pipeline or facility to user department.
Managing all new residential and commercial development from the initial planning phase through final acceptance; verifying water demands and meter/service sizing; preparing connection quotes, conveyance agreements, and other related documents; initiating job close out; approving final project costs; coordinating land and right-of-way acquisition.
Overseeing construction management for new water system construction; acting as point of contact for developers, engineers and customers requiring water service or line extensions; coordinating plan check by engineering personnel for developer contributed improvements; approving and signing drawings as District agent.
Reviewing bond estimates; offering recommendations to General Manager for agreements; coordinating District acquisition and financing of developer installed facilities; initiating resolution of acceptance of developer construction; reviewing maintenance bonding and releases upon guaranty expiration.
Ensuring receipt of as-built drawings; directing the preparation of as-built drawings, water system maps, and easements; maintaining production and consumption records; calculating capacities for storage, fire flows, and line losses.
Reviewing applications for water service and pipeline extensions; directing water system improvement design including pipeline replacement, pressure reducing stations, and system modifications.
Equivalent to a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in engineering.
Eight years of progressively responsible professional engineering experience including project management responsibility.
License or Certificate
Possession of, or the ability to obtain and maintain, a California Driver’s License with a satisfactory driving record.
Individuals who do not meet this requirement due to a physical disability will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Registration as a Professional Engineer with the State of California.
Compensation and Benefits
The annual salary range is $136,448 - $163,737, with placement dependent on experience. The District offers competitive benefits which include District contribution to CalPERS retirement, medical, dental and vision for employee and dependents; District paid life insurance; 12 paid days of sick leave; 11 paid holidays; and paid vacation depending on length of service.
Application and Selection Process
To be considered, submit a District application, cover letter, resume, and five professional references to Shellie Anderson at Bryce Consulting by Monday January 6, 2020.
Additional Salary Information: The District offers competitive benefits which include District contribution to CalPERS retirement, medical, dental and vision for employee and dependents; District paid life insurance; 12 paid days of sick leave; 11 paid holidays; and paid vacation depending on length of service.