The City of Roseville, California, seeks a highly skilled, innovative, and personable Street Maintenance Manager (Manager) to lead the Street Maintenance Division within the City’s Public Works Department. This Manager will oversee all operations and activities of street maintenance, such as paving, drainage, street signs, pavement markings, and street sweeping. They will support the Public Works Director while overseeing a team of 36 Division employees and an approximate Division budget of $10 million. Other essential duties include training staff, conducting safety meetings, and maintaining the Pavement Management System. The next Manager will take initiative on anything that comes their way. They will be an effective relationship builder and communicator, as this role involves collaborating with other City staff and answering to the public. Having a background in and technical knowledge of street maintenance operations is essential for this position. If you want to lead a team of dedicated professionals, spearhead some exciting projects, and keep the roadways, sidewalks, and trailways of Roseville beautiful and functional, apply today!
The City of Roseville, CA with approximately 148,000 residents, is the largest city in Placer County and receives accolades each year for a variety of distinctions—from best place to raise a family, start a business, buy a first home, and retire; to most playful city, healthiest city, and one of the lowest cost places in California to do business.
The City of Roseville (COR) incorporates the following Core Competencies as part of the City’s culture:
Focus on people: Develop and deliver service-oriented solutions that meet or exceed expectations.
Build trust: Ensure honesty and integrity to gain confidence and support of others.
Ensure accountability: Take responsibility for the outcomes of one’s own work and foster a sense of ownership in others.
Communicate effectively: Deliver clear, concise messages and actively listen to ideas and questions.
Collaborate inclusively: Build effective working partnerships, alliances, and teams.
Make quality decisions: Make sound, timely decisions and recommendations.
Be adaptable/agile: Change approach or methods to best fit the situation and effectively balance competing priorities.
The City of Roseville is a full-service City with a City Council/City Manager form of government, which has over 1,300 employees, an annual budget of approximately $788 million and healthy reserves, and serves approximately 148,000 constituents. Roseville, California, is the largest city in Placer County and receives accolades for being the best place to raise a family, start a business, buy a first home, and retire, as well as: the most playful city, healthiest city, and one of the lowest-cost places in California to do business. Roseville is a 25-minute drive from California’s capital, and close proximity to world-class destinations such as San Francisco, Napa Valley, Lake Tahoe, and Yosemite, with many options for recreation, leisure, and entertainment that are seemingly boundless.
The strength and balance of Roseville’s diverse economy allows the City to thrive. Business ventures in Roseville range from technology and healthcare to railroad operations and financial services. There are always plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities like hiking, biking, swimming, skiing, and snowboarding. Choose from an abundance of recreational programs, including over 80 neighborhood parks, several golf courses, state-of-the-art fitness centers, and thousands of acres of open space. Several schools within city limits have been recognized with “California Distinguished School” awards, and Roseville is within driving distance of William Jessup University, Sierra Community College, California State University, Sacramento, and the University of California, Davis.
The Public Works Department operates on the commitment to improve the community’s quality of life through transportation improvements for vehicles, bicycles, and pedestrians; optimizing traffic flow; maintaining infrastructure; providing Roseville Transit services; and managing floodplains. Led by the Public Works Director, the Department operates on an approximate budget of $55.4 million, employs 117 staff, and includes five divisions: Street Maintenance, Alternative Transportation, Engineering, Facilities, and Fleet.
The Street Maintenance Division oversees and implements a variety of projects that keep Roseville roadways, sidewalks, and trails operating smoothly. These include street sweeping, spill and weed removal, leaf pickup, paving, maintain street signs and pavement markings, maintaining storm drainage, sidewalk and sound wall repairs, overseeing transportation permits and truck routes, and overseeing/maintaining sandbag distribution sites during storm events. The Division operates on a budget of approximately $10 million and has a team of 37. This dedicated Division fosters a positive, fast-paced work culture and keeps Roseville functional, safe, and clean!