Senior Manager of Operations & Maintenance

Title:Senior Manager of Operations & Maintenance
Post Date:04/13/17
Location:422 Factory Road, Beavercreek, OH
Details:$32.08 - $39.46 Hourly, F.T.

Directs management staff for all Operations and Maintenance divisions; assigns responsibilities & monitors work quality; interviews prospective employees; recommends hiring, removal & disciplinary actions; meets with Personnel Department representatives to discuss employee conduct, internal investigations & discipline issues; approves employee overtime & leave requests; conducts performance evaluations; reviews employee conduct for compliance with policies and procedures; counsels supervisory employees on policies & procedures, ethics & conduct; provides direction to staff on various issues (e.g., staffing & purchasing), setting priorities on required action items; assesses employee training needs & arranges necessary training sessions; participates in union negotiations as a member of management team; relays information regarding contract obligations to bargaining unit employees & other members of management; provides technical expertise, interpretation and guidance to staff and department heads on county policies, procedures, laws and regulations.

Gathers, collates & evaluates information pertaining to the operation of the Department; makes determinations of impact on County & environment; monitors budget control throughout divisions to ensure compliance with budgetary constraints & prudent allocations of funds.

Conducts meetings with engineering consultants & construction contractors; serves as a liaison with other divisions, departments, agencies, organizations and the general public; ensures the department's interests are represented at meetings and conferences; gives presentations related to projects, programs or services offered; provides direction to consultants & contractors on County projects while tracking schedule progress; reviews & evaluates work in progress & at completion to insure compliance with specifications; represents the Department with local government, professional organizations & citizen groups; addresses concerns pertaining to water, sewer & environmental issues within the County.

Manages day-to-day operations such as planning and facilitating supervisory staff meetings; responds to and resolves complaints; manages service activities; coordinates activities with other departments, agencies and organizations; develops communication plans; ensures a positive public image; provides pertinent information to staff regarding upcoming & current projects status, new policies & procedures, & personnel-related issues; facilitates safety committee meetings.

Manages the Department's Municipal/Industrial Pretreatment Program; evaluates industry compliance reports; creates and issues correspondence pertaining to violations; prepares permits; coordinates with the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) for regulatory compliance.

Performs miscellaneous duties; reads publications relating to water, wastewater & waste management to determine if information would be beneficial to department operation; attends various training courses & seminars to enhance understanding of water/wastewater operations, safety concerns & management skills.

Performs others duties of a similar nature or level as assigned.
Qualifications:Bachelor's Degree in Public Administration, Business, Environmental Science or a closely related field and six years of progressively responsible experience; or, an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above.

Licensing Requirements: Ohio Driver's License.


Supervises managers and support staff to include: prioritizing work; approving leave time; assigning responsibilities and monitoring work quality; conducting performance evaluations; interviewing applicants; investigating employee complaints/grievances; and, making hiring and termination recommendations; handling employee disciplinary actions and grievances; participating in negotiations.

Manages day to day operations to include: conducting staff meetings; responding to and resolving complaints; managing service activities; coordinating activities with other departments, agencies and organizations; developing communication plans; ensuring a positive public image; ensuring forms and documents are processed; ensuring compliance with laws, rules and regulations; and, handling tasks requiring a manager's action.

Serves as a liaison with other divisions, departments, agencies, contractors, organizations and the general public; ensures the division/office's interests are represented at meetings and conferences; gives presentations related to projects, programs or services offered; prepares permits.

Prepares, administers and monitors the division/office budget.

Reviews, assesses and determines the needs of the County to ensure the accurate, consistent and fair implementation of services for County employees. Provides technical interpretation and guidance to department heads on County policies, procedures, laws, and regulations. Makes recommendations for standardizing services in the County.

Develops, interprets, implements and assists in enforcing County policies and procedures; conducts investigations and researches, reviews and analyzes information, materials, other documentation to determine causes of problems and to present recommendations for improvements; develops procedural manuals; provides technical expertise and guidance to staff and senior management.

Manages services contracted with consultants, contractors and other service providers.

Performs strategic planning in shaping the future of the County.

Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.
Employer:Greene County Sanitary Engineering
Contact:Julie White
Greene County Personnel
105 E. Market St.
Xenia, OH 45385

Phone: 937-562-5599
Fax: 937-562-5129
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