Public Works Director
Gateway Services Community Development District, FL
-Provides for, and ensure District's public works provide adequate services and insures customer satisfaction
-Direct all operational personnel including recommending selection, promotion or discharge, and other appropriate personnel actions
-Prepare evaluations for staff under direct supervision
-Maintain and enforce departmental rules and regulations
-Establish measurable goals and objectives for subordinates
-Develop and update Standard Operating procedures and maintenance schedules for the public works facilities and equipment. Insure that the assets are maintained, refurbished or replaced as needed
-Maintain regular contact with consulting engineers, construction project engineers, City, County, State and Federal agencies, professional and technical groups, and the public
-Monitor inter-governmental actions affecting public works
-Ensure District compliance with all rules and regulations as required by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP), the Florida Water Management Districts (WMD), -Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and any federal, county and city regulatory agency having jurisdiction over District activities
-Inspect facilities and directs or takes corrective action for operational, mechanical, or electrical malfunctions including the parks, sports fields and lighting, and swimming pool.
-Attend meetings or provide technical support to the Committees of the District as directed
-Other duties as assigned by the Board of Supervisors or the District Manager
Knowledge and Skills
-Public Works and Stormwater Management experience necessary Local Government and Private Sector experience desired
-Oral and written communication skills
Education and Experience Requirements
-Bachelor's Degree from four-year College or University; or equivalent combination of education and experience aligned with Government experience in public works including roads, drainage, storm water systems and wetlands.
-Three years (minimum) of experience in the operation and maintenance of roads, drainage, storm water systems, and related facilities
-Must possess and maintain a valid Florida driver's license.