Engineering and Utilities Director - City of Morgan Hill, California
Morgan Hill is best known for its superb quality of life with access to open space and abundant recreational amenities that give teammates, visitors, and residents alike a unique place within Silicon Valley to live, work, and recreate. The new Director will manage a team of just over 40 who are responsible for the following key service areas: Capital Improvement Program, Traffic Congestion Management, Storm Water Quality Program and Flood Plain Management, Water Service, and Wastewater Collection. Although technical skills are important (Certificate of Registration as a professional civil engineer in the State of California required) the ability to work collaboratively within the department and City leadership team, and with other local, state, and federal agencies, as well as having excellent leadership, interpersonal, and communication skills are attributes necessary to be successful as the new Director. Bachelors degree in civil engineering, public or business administration, or a related field required as is substantial professional experience in public works-related engineering or maintenance with at least five years experience with a governmental agency that has included management of professional, technical, and support staff. A Masters degree in civil engineering is desired, but not required. The annual salary range is from $148,752 to $190,656 DOQE, which includes a City-paid deferred contribution of 3% of base salary. Alternately, the selected candidate can choose to have the deferred compensation added directly to their salary (range up to $196,380). In addition, the selected candidate may be eligible for a 2.5% performance pay after one year of service. The City offers an excellent benefit package as well.
Filing deadline is September 5, 2017.
Resumes are acknowledged within 2 business days.