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Director of Public Works job in Bainbridge Island

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Organization:  City of Bainbridge Island, WA
Job Category:  Director Public Works
Job Type:  Full Time
Country:  USA
State/Province:  Washington (WA)
City:  Bainbridge Island
Salary and Benefits:  DOQ
08/05/2013

The City of Bainbridge Island, Washington, is seeking a new Public Works Director. Bainbridge Island, with a population of over 23,000 and 53 miles of shoreline, is a 35-minute ferry ride from downtown Seattle and is located in the heart of Puget Sound on the Kitsap Peninsula.

Bainbridge Island is a non-charter code city with a Council-Manager form of government. The City Council appoints a professional City Manager, who is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the organization. The Public Works Director reports directly to the City Manager.

 

The Bainbridge Island Public Works Department plans, designs, constructs, operates, and maintains public improvements, facilities, and equipment owned by the City of Bainbridge Island and the public. The Department includes 36 full-time equivalent employees and is comprised of three divisions: Administration, Engineering (including Water Resources), and Operations and Maintenance. The Department manages a 140-mile network of roads, and operates three utilities: water, sewer and stormwater. The Department budget for 2013 is over $10 million.

 

Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, eight or more years of progressively responsible experience, and a professional engineer license required. Master’s degree and experience in road preservation, water and sewer service, stormwater management, and non-motorized projects is preferred. Expertise in shoreline issues and environmental sensitivities is essential, as is demonstrated success in obtaining state, regional, and federal funding for projects.

 

To view a complete position profile and online application instructions, visit: www.governmentresource.com/pages/CurrentSearches

 

For more information on this position, please contact:

Tom Muehlenbeck, Senior Vice President

Strategic Government Resources

Tom@GovernmentResource.com





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