The City of Georgetown, Texas, is the county seat of Williamson County and with more than 70,000 residents, it is the seventh fastest growing city in the nation. People choose Georgetown because it is a safe city with, great parks, an award-winning library, low taxes, and the most beautiful town square in Texas! Located on Interstate 35, it is located 26 miles north of Austin and has the advantage of not only its own authentic identity and high quality of life, but access to the many cultural and entertainment opportunities found in the state capitol.
The Water Utilities Director is a senior level position in the City’s organizational structure, reporting directly to an Assistant City Manager. He or she will lead a well-trained, experienced, and highly skilled 80-member team that is committed to a growth mindset. As a key member of the City leadership team, The Water Utilities Director plays a significant role in making critical decisions that pertain to the quality of life of Georgetown citizens. As the complexity and scope of the Water Utilities Department continue to evolve, the new Director must be a forward-thinking and energetic individual who willingly meets challenges head-on with a positive and enthusiastic attitude. The individual must be a visionary and a strategic leader with a proven record for delivering quality results while managing a workplace that displays and promotes teamwork, accountability, and ensures optimal performance.
The selected individual must hold a Bachelor’s degree in engineering, engineering technology, or related science, and eight years’ experience in municipal utility operations, with two (2) years of management experience. Additional experience or education may substitute for the required qualifications, up to two (2) years. Work experience in local government at the Director level is preferred as well as experience in a fast-paced, high-growth environment in a similarly sized system. Experience with asset management, performance measurement, negotiation of water contracts, and regional water planning are preferred.
Please apply online at: http://bit.ly/SGROpenRecruitments
For more information on this position contact:
Kurt Hodgen, Senior Vice President