GOLETA WATER DISTRICT – Capital Project Lead $8,746 - $10,125/month plus benefits. Applications are currently being accepted for a seasoned project manager looking to expand her or his experience. The Capital Project Lead is responsible for delivery of capital design and construction projects of water system improvements in a region impacted by historic drought and wildfires. Primary responsibilities include ongoing implementation of the District’s 2015-2020 capital plan to maintain water quality, enhance transmission and distribution system capabilities, and develop long term sustainable water supplies and operations and development of the 2020-2025 capital plan. District projects range from surface water treatment plant upgrades and aeration systems to booster pump upgrades and infrastructure replacement.
Bachelor’s degree in engineering is required, preferably in the civil discipline or related field. Five years of capital project management, civil engineering, or construction management experience, preferably related to water works facilities or treatment. California registration as a Professional Civil Engineer is preferred, but not required. A valid California Driver’s License is required. Competency in MS Office, MS Project and AutoCAD software is highly desirable. To obtain an application package please visit our website at http://www.goletawater.com/about-the-district/employment or call us at (805) 879-4616 and an application package will be emailed to you. This recruitment is open until filled. Application materials received by October 5, 2018 by 5:00 p.m. will be considered first.
About 4699 Hollister Ave, Santa Barbara, CA 93110-1949
The District, which is governed by a five member Board of Directors, was established on November 17, 1944 and it encompasses an area extending along the south coast of Santa Barbara County west from the Santa Barbara city limits to El Capitan. The District spans approximately 32,000 acres and is bound on the south by the Pacific Ocean and on the north by the foothills of the Santa Ynez Mountains. The District uses over 270 miles of pipeline to provide water to approximately 85,000 people. The Board employs a General Manager to manage approximately 60 people who carry out a variety of District functions. These include water treatment, meter maintenance and repair, water quality testing, infrastructure development and maintenance, and customer support.