For the Wastewater Operations Manager classification, the City of Sunnyvale:
•contributes 4% of the 7% employee contribution to CalPERS for classic members; •contributes 2% of an employee's gross pay to a deferred compensation plan, and •provides fully employer paid medical, dental, and vision benefits.
The City of Sunnyvale is actively seeking a highly enthusiastic, innovative, and creative individual to join the Environmental Services Department as the Wastewater Operations Manager. The ideal candidate will have a passion for excellence, a commitment to serving the community and have outstanding interpersonal skills. Other skills the City is looking for include; excellent problem-solving skills; strong ability to communicate effectively and proactively both orally and in writing; and capability to establish and maintain effective work relationships.The Wastewater Operations Manager classification is assigned to the Sewer and Storm Section of the Environmental Services Department.
Under general direction from the Water and Sewer System Division Manager, the Wastewater Operations Manager manages one or more of the programs in the Sewer and Storm Section. These programs include: sanitary sewer operation and maintenance and storm drain maintenance.The Wastewater Operations Manager is distinguished from the next lower class of Wastewater Collections Supervisor by the level of supervisory, administrative and budget responsibilities.
An Associate's degree or 60 semester units or 90 quarter units from an accredited college or university with major coursework in business administration, public administration or a related field; AND
Six years of experience in sewer collection systems including one year of supervisory level experience.
Possession and continued maintenance of a valid class C California driver's license and a safe driving record.
Possession of a Collection System Maintenance Grade II certification issued by the California Water Environment Association.
Internal Number: 18-00143
About City of Sunnyvale
Recognized as the “Heart of Silicon Valley,” Sunnyvale, with a population of approximately 147,000, is the fifth largest city in the San Francisco Bay Area and the second largest in Santa Clara County. Sunnyvale was incorporated in 1912 and, over the years, has transformed from an agricultural community, to a center for the defense industry, to the current nexus of research, development and manufacturing that created Silicon Valley. Sunnyvale is home to notable companies such as Yahoo!, Advanced Micro Devices, NetApp, and Lockheed Martin Space Systems. The draw of working in this dynamic community swells the City’s daytime workforce to 230,000.