The City of Lancaster, California is looking for an Assistant Director of Public Works to oversee a staff of 33 (including 10 professional engineers) in three key divisions – capital improvement programs engineering, development engineering, and traffic engineering. A recent reorganization within the Public Works Department and other internal promotions have created this unique opportunity for an energetic, forward-thinking professional to lead and manage in a dynamic and collaborative environment. Importantly, the Assistant Director of Public Works also holds the title of City Engineer.
Under the direction of the Director of Engineering, plan, organize, direct and control operations and activities related to the design, construction, and operation of public works facilities. Coordinate activities and communicate effectively with other departments, regulators, residents, and businesses. Provide professional and technical staff assistance as needed. Supervise professional, technical and support staff, directly or through subordinates.
The City of San Mateo (pop. 105,661) is the largest municipality in San Mateo County, located on the San Francisco Peninsula. This culturally and economically diverse community offers an extraordinary quality of life. The Public Works Department, supported by an FY 2023-24 operating budget of $44.7 million and 158.69 FTE responsible for the maintenance, operation, design, and construction of the City’s infrastructure and the $1 billion Clean Water Program. The department also plays an integral role in the development and management of the $600 million citywide CIP
The City of Pleasanton (pop. 79,871), located 40 miles southeast of San Francisco, is a vibrant community with an exceptional quality of life marked by a low crime rate, award-winning schools, and a diversified economic base. The Public Works Department, supported by an FY 23-24 budget of $97 million, CIP of 32.2 million, and 139.5 FTE, is responsible for the operations and maintenance of the City’s infrastructure.
$55.66 - $69.51/hour; $9,647.73 - $12,048.40/month; $115,772.80 - $144,580.80/year
The County of Madera seeks a highly qualified leader and skilled manager to guide the Public Works Department. Under policy direction of the Board of Supervisors, and day-to-day oversight by the Chief of Development Services and/or the CAO, the Director is responsible for the overall operations and functions of the Public Works Department. This is an at-will executive management position that provides leadership, strategic vision, administrative oversight, and policy direction to the various divisions and organizational units of Public Works.
The City of Ventura (pop. 109,000+) is part of California's "Gold Coast Region," just 30 miles south of Santa Barbara and 60 miles northwest of Los Angeles. Its spectacular shoreline, beautiful historic Downtown, and arts, culture, and entertainment options make Ventura a popular tourist destination. Public Works is supported by a $72.6M operating budget, with nearly 90 FTEs structured into divisions that include: Engineering Services; Engineering Design & Construction; Transportation; Fleet, Facilities & General Services; and Environmental Sustainability.
The City of Ventura (pop. 109,000+) is part of California's "Gold Coast Region," just 30 miles south of Santa Barbara and 60 miles northwest of Los Angeles. Its spectacular shoreline, beautiful historic Downtown district, and arts, culture, and entertainment options make Ventura a popular tourist destination. The Community Development Department has 45 positions in Planning, Building and Safety, Housing, Permit Services, Administration, and Code Compliance, and a current year budget of $15.2 million.
Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County
Salary: $113,193.60 to $168,334.40 DOQ
First resume review: Thursday, December 7, 2023.
Join us at RTC Washoe County! This cutting-edge organization is seeking a Planning Director that is forward thinking and looking to challenge the status quo. This is a fantastic opportunity to work for an industry leader in mass transit and improve the Reno/Sparks region transportation network and services.