Deputy Director Public Works

Company Name:
City of Manassas
Position Type:
The City of Manassas, VA is looking for a Deputy Director of Public Works that will seek and apply for funding from various sources to be used for implementing capital projects; administer construction and implementation of capital improvement projects including right-of-way negotiations; and act as liaison to state/federal agencies on projects being undertaken in the City.
Develops and administers operating budgets for divisions managed. Represents the City at regional meetings and attends City Council meetings and presents information to the Council and City Manager; and attends meetings with other departments requiring input from Public Works Department.
Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related field required; supplemented by seven (7) years of experience to
manage operations of the Engineering, Buildings and Grounds, Solid Waste, Streets, and Vehicle Maintenance divisions of the Public Works Department, ensuring that services provided are compliant with local, state and federal rules and regulations.
Manages Capital projects and represent the City on Regional Committees.
Must possess and maintain a valid Virginia driver's license. Professional Engineering license preferred but not required.
Company Description:
The City of Manassas, Virginia is a local government operating under the Council-Manager form of government, and is located 30 miles southwest of the nation's capital. Manassas' location in the Washington DC metropolitan area, its ease of access by car and public transportation, and its highly skilled labor force have attracted an increasingly varied residential and commercial mix. The City is an equal opportunity employer offering a variety of positions, such as:
Public Safety (Police, Fire & Rescue)
Public Works and Utilities
Community Development and Planning
Finance and Accounting
Social Services
Human Resources
Information Technology
Customer Service
We hope you will consider the City of Manassas as your employer of choice!

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