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|Job Ref:||13-0610-A||Organization:||City of Westminster, Colorado||Job Category:||Director Public Works||Job Type:||Full Time||Country:||USA||State/Province:||Colorado (CO)||City:||Westminster||Post Code:||80031||Salary and Benefits:||$126,055 - $157,569||Post Date:||06/11/2013||
Public Works and Utilities Director
First Review of applications: July 22, 2013; position open until filled.
A City of Westminster online employment application is required for this position and is due by 8:30 a.m. on the closing date. Apply online Along with the online City of Westminster application and answers to all of the required supplemental questions, a cover letter and resume (maximum of two pages) MUST be submitted with this application by the closing date.
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The Public Works and Utilities (PWU) Director is a City leader who serves as a key member of the Executive Leadership Team translating City Council’s strategic plan into action through development of performance measurement, policies, and resource allocation and management. The position directs department activities in fulfillment of the City’s Mission Statement, which is: “Our job is to deliver exceptional value and quality of life through Service, Pride, Integrity, Responsibility, Innovation, and Teamwork (SPIRIT).”
The PWU Director is responsible for establishing major departmental policies, planning long-term programs, and making executive-level decisions that are congruent with the direction of the organization as defined by City Council. Primary duties involve overseeing all administrative and professional work in planning, organizing and directing the City of Westminster's Public Works and Utilities Department that consists of the Utilities, Streets, and Utilities Planning & Engineering divisions. Responsibilities include determining major departmental policies, planning long-term programs, and making difficult technical and administrative decisions. Work involves responsibility for managing and administering public works and utilities programs, including overall planning, coordinating and supervising of these divisions, which provide enhancement for the quality of life in Westminster. Work includes assuring accomplishment of the objectives of the Public Works and Utilities Department through the direct and indirect supervision of all personnel assigned to the department.
The PWU Director performs work with wide latitude for independent judgment and action, and the City Manager reviews work through conferences, reports, and success of the department's programs and activities.