Annual salary: $108,848.00 - $132,306.00, with 2.5% increase effective in July 2024.
Application deadline: 3/14/24 at noon, but may close at any time without notice. See below for application instructions.
The City of La Verne, California seeks qualified, experienced, team-oriented candidates to apply for the position of Maintenance Manager. Maintenance Manager is a hands-on, working management position with 4 day workweek (Monday - Thursday) with 9-hour shifts. Under the direction of the Director of Public Works, the Maintenance Manager provides high level operational and administrative support for the Public Works Department. This position plans, manages, and organizes the maintenance, repair, construction, construction inspection, and operations of the City's infrastructure including streets, storm drains, public rights-of-way, public buildings, and parks/trees.
This is a management level classification with manager level responsibilities. Positions at this level direct, plan, organize and manage the activities and operations of an assigned area of service. Incumbents possess a significant level of specialized, technical and functional expertise and exercise discretion in applying general goal and policy statements and in resolving service delivery problems. Positions at this level participate in departmental policy development processes, and develop, recommend and implement procedures to improve service delivery methods in their area. Incumbents assume responsibility for implementing a variety of personnel actions, sometimes in consultation with higher-level management staff, and for determining priorities, planning work programs and managing resources. Incumbents are also accountable for the preparation and administration of multiple division budgets and staffing plans. Significant interaction with elected and appointed officials is required.
Building maintenance activities include the maintenance and operation of City buildings so they function safely and economically and give an appearance that inspires public confidence. The street maintenance activities include the maintenance of the City’s streets, sidewalks, curbs, gutters, storm drain infrastructure, traffic signals, street sweeping and lighting, and graffiti abatement. Additionally, the Maintenance Manager is responsible for all parks and Landscape Maintenance District related functions to ensure an esthetically pleasing environment, CIP planning, grant acquisition and management, and regulatory compliance.