General Manager Overview-
The Hannibal Board of Public Works, Hannibal, Mo is seeking a General Manager to manage the Electric, Water, Wastewater and Stormwater Systems. The position oversees an annual budget of approximately $40 million, with 9,500 customers. The position serves as primary liaison for the Utility System to the industry associations, the community and political bodies at all levels of government. Coordinates all future strategic planning, formulates and recommends policy and procedures to the Board of Directors. The position reports to a four member Board of Directors. Candidate must have experience in business, utility management and possess the skills and knowledge of electric distribution facilities, potable water and wastewater systems, college degree required.
The General Manager is responsible for the overall mission, management, and administration of the Hannibal Municipal Utility System in accordance with the City of Hannibal’s policies, ordinances, rules, regulations, and in compliance with applicable federal, state, and local laws/regulations. The position reports to a four-member board. As a member of the City of Hannibal’s administration, the General Manager is responsible to participate in, coordinate with, and contribute to the overall efficiency and effectiveness of the City’s organization.
Current responsibilities include: Electric Distribution, Water Treatment, Water Distribution, Wastewater Treatment, Wastewater Collection, Underground Storm Sewer System, and associated customer support and administrative functions of the Utility’s Business Office.
The General Manager should be knowledgeable of Public Works Management. A Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or related field is required. Professional registration is preferred. A minimum of ten (10) years’ experience, in a similar or related management position is required.
The following listing of job functions is not intended to be all-inclusive, but is to provide insight into required capabilities of the General Manager:
Develop annual budget for the Utility System.
The qualification criteria for General Manager includes: