The City of Fort Lauderdale is seeking a Water Facilities Manager to support its water systems.
$72,912.68 - $113,009.35
Essential functions are the basic job duties that an employee must be able to perform, with or without reasonable accommodation. The list of essential functions, as outlined herein, is intended to be representative of the tasks performed within this classification. The omission of a function does not preclude management from assigning essential duties not listed herein if such duties relate to the position.
The ideal candidate, through exceptional communication and organizational skills, will ensure compliance with safety regulations and standard operating procedures. Also have proven abilities to communicate effectively (orally and in writing), to work independently, and to maintain positive, professional relationships with co-workers. Would you fit in? Click here to apply.
- Manages the work of assigned personnel; delegates and reviews work assignments; hires, trains, and evaluates employees
- Plans and implements repairs and installation of new equipment; extends or expands water operations; oversees new construction
- Works with engineering and other staff to plan and implement projects; develops bids and specifications for various projects. Able to understand and navigate through engineering drawings and specifications.
- Develops plans and procedures for refining, expanding, and instituting water treatment processes, production quotas, and work programs for altering, repairing, extending, or expanding the water operations system
- Makes recommendations for new facilities and equipment, and for modification of existing facilities
- Provides technical assistance to other City departments on problems relating to the water operations system; responds as a subject matter expert on issues involving regulatory compliance, treatment techniques, and management issues within the plant
- Confers with plant supervisors, regulatory representatives, and engineers relative to location and scope of construction affecting the plant and makes recommendations for new facilities and equipment, and for modification
- Works with engineering and other staff to plan and implement projects; develops bids and specifications for various projects
- Processes documents to procure materials, equipment, supplies, and services
- Interfaces with Large Users in the Regional Water System
- Knowledge of City Ordinances, Federal, State, and County regulations.
- Reviews and finalizes monthly operating reports, budget reports, regulatory reports, or any other environmental events
- Develops, writes, and implements standard operating procedures. Prepares regulatory reports to South Florida Water Management District, Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Monthly Operating Report, etc.
- Ensures compliance with safety regulations and standard operating procedures
- Works around high voltage, rotating equipment and various hazardous chemicals.
- Responds and is deployed as needed during emergencies including atmospheric events, loss of power, chemical releases, etc.
- Prepares development plans for assigned staff including serving as trainer on technical issues as they relate to water production and regulations applicable to the water plant
- Performs necessary duties to foster and implement efforts in specialized activities such as Risk Management Plan (RMP), International Standards Organization (ISO), Effective Utility Management (EUM), etc.
- Prepares the annual operating budget, makes recommendations of new capital improvements for the water plant, and prepares the necessary paperwork to procure materials, chemicals, components, services, etc.
- Ability to prepare documents of a high technical detail utilizing the MS Office suite of products.
- Performs related work as required
Essential Employees may be required to work during a declared emergency. The employee's Department Head will determine who will be required to work.
Non-Essential Employees will not be required to work during a declared emergency but may be required to work in some capacity after the declared emergency. The employee's Department Head will determine when the employee will be required to work.
1. Have graduated from an accredited college or university with a bachelor's degree in civil, mechanical, chemical or sanitary engineering; business or public administration; or other appropriate job-related field.
2. Possess at least three (3) years technical experience in all phases of water operations, including some supervisory responsibility. Additional qualifying experience may be substituted on a two (2) year for one (1) year basis for the educational requirement.
3. Have a State of Florida Class "A" Certified Operator's License in water. If not licensed in the State of Florida, must possess the equivalent to a Class "A" license from another state and must obtain a State of Florida Class A Certified Operator's License in water within twelve (12) months from date of employment.