The City of Delray Beach is conducting a national search for their next Utilities Director with experience in overseeing Water, Wastewater, Stormwater, and GIS Divisions. This is an exciting, opportunity with a variety of unprecedented challenges for an experienced Water/Wastewater professional. The new Utilities Director is an at-will position that will report to the City Manager while maintaining close working relationships between departments and will be responsible for a highly capable staff of over 120 full-time employees with an operating budget of over $23 million and CIP budget of approximately $17 million. The City of Delray Beach Utilities Department provides, water, sewer, reclaimed water, and stormwater pumping utility services to approximately 68,000 citizens of Delray Beach.
This position requires a Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 7 years of increasingly responsible utilities experience including three years of administrative and management responsibility
The salary range for this position is $100,900 - $161,428 (DOQ). The Utilities Director will also receive an excellent benefits package.
To be considered, candidates should apply by March 23, 2020. Email compelling cover letter, comprehensive resume, salary history, and six professional references to email@example.com. Confidential inquiries are welcomed to Robert Burg, Ralph Andersen & Associates, at (916) 630-4900. Detailed brochure available at www.ralphandersen.com.
This recruitment will incorporate existing rules and regulations that govern public sector recruitments in the State of Florida. “Sunshine” or public disclosure laws in Florida require that candidates be informed that information presented to the City of Delray Beach for consideration may be made available to the public upon request by interested parties. With this requirement, individuals should know that Ralph Andersen & Associates will work closely with City leadership and top candidates throughout the process to ensure confidentiality to the fullest extent possible in accordance with State of Florida regulations.