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The City of Glendora seeks a strong leader with a positive perspective to help build and foster a collaborative and professional atmosphere while advancing operations in the Public Works Street Division. If you are an experienced and energetic go-getter that can continue to grow a culture of teamwork and positive comradery while supervising an extremely dedicated and hard-working division staff, we invite you to apply!
The ideal candidate will have experience maintaining safe and compliant work environments and have strong organizational leadership skills to engage a diverse group of maintenance staff. Experience in utilizing software and technology to track work orders and request from staff and the public is a PLUS!
This position reports to the Assistant Public Works Director. Under general supervision, directs streets maintenance activities including the repair and construction of City streets, storm drains, traffic painting and signing, hazardous materials/waste programs, works with street sweeping and trash collection contractors; performs related duties as required.
Candidates will be hired under the classification of Public Works Maintenance and Operation Supervisor.
Education and/or Experience
Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
Graduation from high school supplemented by courses in public works or a closely related field, and five years of increasingly responsible experience in public works maintenance and repair work, including three years in a lead or senior capacity.
Knowledge and Skill Levels
Thorough knowledge of methods, materials, and equipment used in street maintenance, including tractors, loaders, dump trucks, traffic painting and signing equipment; traffic laws and regulations applicable to operation and maintenance functions; traffic control techniques; federal, state, and local rules, codes, and regulations re hazardous materials and waste and air quality; safety orders, and safe work practices related to the street system construction and maintenance work; principles of supervision, training, and discipline.
Possession of or ability to obtain a Class B California driver’s license and a satisfactory driving record.