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THE POSITION – DEPUTY DIRECTOR, ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
Receiving general direction from the Director of Public Works, the Deputy Director of Public Works exercises direct supervision over management, supervisory, professional, technical, and administrative support staff and is responsible for directing and managing all programs within the Environmental Services section
including wastewater treatment plant operations and maintenance; sanitary sewer and stormwater conveyance and pump system maintenance; and field maintenance for streets and traffic control
devices and equipment. This position manages four direct reports, overseeing a group of 78.
A major project that this position will oversee is the Clean Water Program, which is a joint effort between the City of San Mateo and City of Foster City/Estero Municipal Improvement District (EMID), a partial owner of the Wastewater Treatment Plant. This 10-year capital infrastructure improvement program will repair, replace, and upgrade aging sewage conveyance and wastewater treatment infrastructure. The wastewater system serves approximately 170,000 residents in San Mateo, Foster City, Crystal Springs County Sanitation District, and portions of Hillsborough, Belmont, and San Mateo County. In an effort to protect the bay for a sustainable future, the Deputy Director will strive to implement the following goals as set forth in the Clean Water Program:
» Replace aging infrastructure and facilities
» Build wet weather sewer system capacity assurance to prevent
» Meet current and future regulatory requirements
» Align with the City of San Mateo and Foster City’s sustainability
For more information on the Clean Water Program visit:
» Eight years of responsible public works experience including four
years of management and supervisory experience.
» Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in engineering, environmental services or a related field. A Master’s degree is desirable.
License or Certificate:
» Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid California driver’s license.
» License to practice as a Professional Civil Engineer within the State of California is required.
» Possession of a Grade V Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator Certificate issued by the State of California is desirable.