Civil - Environmental, Civil - Water / Wastewater, Civil Engineering
There is (1) vacancy in the Planning & Environmental Resources Department.
This recruitment is being conducted to fill (1) vacancy and will establish an eligibility list which may be used to fill future vacancies as they occur during the active status of the eligibility list.
Open Until Filled, Apply Immediately
First Review of Applications: November 5, 2018
Salary Range: $10,839.29 - $13,206.66 Monthly
Includes a generous benefit package including: health, life, dental and vision insurance; CalPERS retirement, and a 4/10 work schedule.
Under direction, plans, organizes and manages the development of Agency long-term planning, including capital projects, water supply, system reliability and state and regional water issues including watershed and water conservation; recommends policies and procedures to ensure Agency compliance with all federal, state and local program requirements; coordinates assigned activities with other Agency departments, divisions and outside agencies; provides professional advice to managers on planning issues; and performs related duties as assigned.
The Deputy Manager of Planning and Environmental Resources manages professional and technical staff responsible for short- and long-term programs regarding water and wastewater facility planning and water resource projects and programs. The incumbent is responsible for communicating, negotiating and coordinating with member agencies and external stakeholders in order to provide regional and local benefits to all participants. Assignments are broad in scope and allow for a high degree of administrative discretion in their execution.
An employee in this class typically reports to the Manager of Planning and Environmental Resources and manages the work of professional engineers, planners and inspection/technical staff.
Deputy Manager of Planning and Environmental Resources is distinguished from Manager of Planning and Environmental Resources in that an incumbent in the latter class has a wider range of management responsibility for the department and more significant planning and administration duties.
Excellent Benefits Package:
Social Security, CalPERS, 457 Deferred Compensation Plans, Competitive Salaries, Certification Incentives, Health, Dental, Vision, & Life Insurance w/Agency-paid monthly contribution of $898 - $1,450 per month, Paid time off for holidays, vacation, bereavement and sick leave. Additional information is available on our website at: http://www.ieua.org/about-us/human-resources/benefits/.
EDUCATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE:
Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a major in planning, civil engineering, environmental engineering, water resources management or a closely related field, and at least seven years of progressively responsible experience in environmental resource planning, water management or engineering for modern wastewater/water treatment facilities, with two years of supervisory responsibility; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. A master's degree and experience in a public agency are preferred.
LICENSES; CERTIFICATES; SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
A valid California Class C driver's license and the ability to maintain insurability under the Agency's vehicle insurance program.
Registration as a Professional Engineer in the State of California is desirable.
About Inland Empire Utilities Agency
An Employer of Choice in the Inland EmpireThe Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA) secures and supplies supplemental water; collects and treats wastewater; produces high quality renewable products such as recycled water, compost and energy; and promotes the sustainable use of groundwater and development of local water supplies. IEUA serves approximately 875,000 residents in a 242-square mile service area in western San Bernardino County, California. As a regional wastewater treatment agency, IEUA provides sewage utility services to seven contracting agencies and provides wholesale imported water to seven retail agencies. IEUA owns and operates four facilities specializing in regional water recycling services. The facilities take in approximately 50 million gallons of wastewater per day for treatment, producing high-quality recycled water. IEUA also manages the recharge of recycled, storm and imported water through the Chino Basin Groundwater Recharge Program and coordinates regional water-use efficiency and education programs. IEUA is committed to meeting the needs of the region by providing essential services in a regionally planned and cost-effective manner while safeguarding public health, promoting economic development and protecting the environment.