The Wastewater Treatment Operations & Maintenance (O&M) Supervisor is a highly skilled management position that performs a variety of specialized technical and supervisory tasks in support of the Maintenance Division in the Wastewater Group. The position is assigned to supervise programs and personnel in maintaining a large activated sludge wastewater treatment plant and/or 98 pump stations located throughout the city. Under general direction of the Division Manager, the Wastewater Treatment O&M Supervisor plans, schedules, organizes, and directs a work unit and program comprised of skilled personnel engaged in the operation and maintenance of large wastewater collection, pumping and treatment facilities; plans, develops, and monitors the budget for a work unit program; plans, evaluates, and monitors the performance of assigned staff; provides for program support and participation with internal and external stakeholders; and provides leadership to create an inclusive, high-performing, service-oriented and positive work environment. The Wastewater Treatment O&M Supervisor is responsible for formulating and developing work unit goals and objectives and directing day-to-day activities. Work and results are reviewed through regular individual and team meetings, direct observation, inspection and analysis of records, reports and performance metrics. This position also plays a critical role in participating in the Call-Out Coordinator duty rotation several times a year for coordinating after-hours response to urgent system needs. For more details about Wastewater Treatment O&M Supervisor, see Additional Position Information
The following attributes are also highly desired, but not required:
- Progressively responsible work and/or leadership experience in the operation and/or maintenance of a wastewater collection, pumping and treatment system or another closely-related field;
- Relevant college-level course work and/or technical training;
- The demonstrated ability to provide effective leadership to create an inclusive, high-performing, service-oriented work environment that supports the City's and Bureau mission while promoting workplace equity and a positive employee relations environment.
- The demonstrated ability to identify core competencies and develop employee learning and development plans.