Central Marin Sanitation agency
Technical services Manager
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Central Marin Sanitation Agency (CMSA) is recruiting for a Technical Services Manager position that is responsible for day-to-day operations of the Technical Services Department and reports to the General Manager. This position manages the Agency’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP), environmental laboratory, pollution prevention programs, and various engineering and asset management projects from evaluation through design and construction; serves as Agency engineer; oversees the selection and supervision of consultants; and provides engineering and technical advice and support to Agency staff.
Current and Future Projects and Initiatives
CMSA began operation in 1985 providing services to an area population of 105,000, consisting of residences and businesses, and includes educational, hospital, and correctional facilities. In addition to wastewater treatment and biosolids beneficial reuse, CMSA provides a variety of other environmental services to local agencies, which include the operation and maintenance of wastewater collection system infrastructure, leading an award winning countywide public education program, and regulating diverse types of businesses in central Marin.
CMSA strives to be a high-performance utility, with a vision of being an industry leader by providing innovative, efficient, and sustainable wastewater services, capturing and utilizing renewable resources, and delivering renewable power. CMSA believes quality service begins with quality people, and the professional staff focus their energy and expertise on providing excellent environmental services.
CMSA is fully committed to the principle of continuous improvement, and in the past several years has completed or initiated several exciting, innovative projects to improve its operations. This trend will continue, with a part of CMSA’s annual budget dedicated to its capital improvement and strategic business planning programs.
Manages day-to-day operation of the Technical Services Department, including supervision of subordinate employees, and development and management of operating budgets.
Makes presentations to the Board of Commissioners and other stakeholder groups.
Manages procurement contract administration to ensure Agency procedures for issuing and managing contracts are uniformly applied.
Develops, monitors, and manages the Agency’s 10-Year Capital Improvement Program.
Acts as Agency engineer, representing CMSA’s interests in meetings with a variety of stakeholders, including developing, awarding, and administering cooperative multi-agency contracts or projects.
Manages the design and construction of capital improvement, maintenance, and other Agency projects.
Manages and coordinates the Agency’s laboratory and environmental compliance programs, ensuring regulatory reporting and compliance requirements are met.
Administers service contracts with local public agencies for pollution prevention, mercury reduction, Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG) source control programs, and storm water enforcement.
Directs all aspects of the Agency’s compliance program including industrial waste inspections, permitting, and enforcement of requirements.
Carries out management responsibilities in accordance with Agency policies and procedures, as well as applicable labor, regulatory, and safety laws.
Interviews, prepares hiring recommendations, and trains employees and consultants; plans and assigns staff coverage and directs work; tracks and authorizes time sheets; establishes staff work expectations, performance goals, and work plans; and resolves personnel complaints.
Prepares effective technical, statistical, written, and narrative reports and correspondence and ensures proper maintenance of records. Provides QA/ QC review of documents prepared for or by other departments.
Oversees the near future updating of the Agency’s source control local limits, Sewer Use Ordinance, and Enforcement Response Plan.
Serves as acting General Manager, as requested.
Compensation and Benefits
The monthly salary range is $14,608.83 - $17,757.13 (effective July 2018).
The Agency offers a generous and competitive benefits package including:
To apply for this opportunity, please submit a cover letter, resume, and signed application by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please visit Koff & Associates’ website at www.koffassociates.com to download an Agency application and CMSA Job Description. As an alternative, you can mail the completed application materials to Koff & Associates, 2835 7th Street, Berkeley, CA 94710.
Employee benefits can be found on CMSA’s website at www.cmsa.us.
If you have any questions regarding this opportunity, please contact Richard O’Donnell at (510) 658-5633.
The deadline to apply is Monday, July 2nd.