The Upper Brushy Creek Water Control and Improvement District (WCID) is responsible for the operation and maintenance of 23 flood control structures within the Upper Brushy Creek watershed in the Brazos River Basin of Williamson County, Texas. Most of the dams are located in the Austin area, around the cities of Round Rock, Leander, Cedar Park, and Hutto.
The General Manager serves as the chief administrative officer of the District and is responsible to the Board for all day-to-day management, operations, and matters of the District. Ideally, the incoming General Manager will be an experienced engineering professional with subject expertise in flood control who has successfully served governmental entities like the District.
The selected candidate must have a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or a closely related field, 10 years of increasingly responsible engineering experience with five years of management experience, experience managing civil infrastructure projects (design through construction), and a knowledge of dams as well as their regulation. Professional level engineering experience may substitute for the degree requirement on a year-to-year basis. Registration as a Professional Engineer with the State of Texas (P.E.), certification as a floodplain manager (C.FM.), and certification as a project manager (P.M.P.) is preferred but not required. The starting annual salary range for this position is $110,000 to $140,000 depending on qualifications and experience.