The Coastside County Water District is a special district formed in 1947 to provide water service to the City of Half Moon Bay and the surrounding unincorporated areas. It receives water originating from pristine and highly protected watersheds in the local Coastal Mountain Range and the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. The District owns and operates two water treatment plants which fully treat water to state and federal standards. The District serves a population of 17,000. Its system produces an average of 690 million gallons per year and includes 11 tanks for treated water storage, 17 miles of water transmission pipeline and 83 miles of water distribution pipeline Under the guidance of a five-member Board of Directors, the District’s twenty full-time employees focus on maintaining a safe and reliable water supply for our community.
The Coastside County Water District is seeking an experienced and dedicated leader who can work collaboratively with management, staff, other agencies and members of the community. Under direction from the General Manager, the Superintendent of Operations plans, organizes, manages, coordinates and directs the installation, operation, and maintenance of District water transmission and distribution systems, and water treatment plant and pumping station operations and facilities; manages the District’s Capital Improvement Program including long- and short-term project planning and overseeing the design, construction, maintenance, and operations of water production and distribution systems, facilities, and infrastructure; ensures compliance with water quality and regulatory requirements.
Located about 25 miles south of San Francisco, the San Mateo County coast is a premier regional destination. Anchored by the city of Half Moon Bay, with its historic downtown and surrounded by farms and open space, the coastside offers an oasis of natural beauty that seems a world away from the busy urban areas just a few miles away.. More importantly, it is a true community where neighbors care for each other. Of course, one of its most appealing features is its oceanfront location. The beautiful beaches provide endless opportunities for relaxation and recreation.
The Superintendent of Operations’ responsibilities include:
Any combination of experience and education that would provide the required knowledges and abilities is qualifying. Education and experience necessary to obtain the required licenses listed below:
The salary range is $124,084 to $154,982 annually, depending on qualifications. The District offers an excellent benefits package. Details can be found at www.koffassociates.com/jobs on the job announcement page for this position.
The District needs a strong leader who can serve as a guide, advisor, and facilitator. The ideal candidate will have deep technical knowledge, experience with all aspects of water treatment and distribution, and the ability to understand and explain relevant regulation, legislation, and concepts in terms appropriate to the audience. The Superintendent will communicate well in writing. In addition, the ideal candidate will work collaboratively with the crew, enhance cross-functional competence, evaluate and revise policies as needed, and develop systems and procedures. The Superintendent will serve as partner and bridge to representatives of other agencies. He or she will be visible and interested, capable of representing the District, firm but fair and able to foster a friendly relationship with members of the community.
To apply for this outstanding opportunity, please visit http://koffassociates.com/jobs/ click on the job title, complete the requested information and attach your resume and cover letter by July 23, 2017.
Successful completion of a thorough background investigation prior to employment is required.
The Coastside County Water District is an equal opportunity employer encouraging workforce diversity.
The information contained herein does not constitute either an expressed or implied contract, and these provisions are subject to change.