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Town of Randolph seeks full-time Superintendent of Public Works. The Superintendent, under the direction of the Town Manager, oversees the operation of the Highway, Water, Sewer, and Engineering Divisions of the Randolph Public Works Department. The Superintendent is also responsible to oversee the town’s interests in the water treatment plant and the associated reservoirs and water supply. The Superintendent will be responsible for oversight of the town’s stormwater management efforts under MS4. The position requires the exercise of considerable judgment in the planning and operation of the department.
The position directly oversees the daily operation of 23 employees (currently). The superintendent implements and oversees the daily direction of the tasks of the employees of the department; including the three members of the office staff and the Town Engineer. The position takes direction from and is supervised by the Town Manager.
The position requires significant administrative capabilities to manage the payroll, accounts payable, water billing, and other correspondence associated with a top department head position. Combined budget oversight is in excess of $10 million; to include water and sewer funds. Position requires strong supervisory skills in dealing with personnel matters and appropriately creating and implementing budgets. Position oversees a wide variety of independent contractors hired to work on behalf of the town, including for snow and ice operations and street paving/improvement projects. Position would require strong technology literacy as the department moves toward technology-based operations.
Requirements: Position requires at least 10 years of supervisory experience in construction, engineering, or municipal/state public works operations. Experience in water treatment plant operations is preferred. Stormwater management experience a plus. Town encourages professional engineers to apply. Successful applicant will have direct experience with snow plowing operations. A motor vehicle driver’s license is required.
Applicants shall have the ability to communicate effectively in writing and orally in public. Applicant must understand the public relations component of public service and be committed to the town of Randolph’s continued success.
Salary range: $87,897-$115,665 plus additional $15,000stipend as Randolph’s representative on the Joint Water Board
Please email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. The town will be accepting resumes until the position is filled. Resumes will be reviewed and interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis.
The town of Randolph is an Equal Opportunity Employer