Irvine Ranch Water District
$144,612-$219,792 per year, DO
Cindy Krebs or Sherrill Uyeda
Irvine Ranch Water District (IRWD) is a progressive, values-driven agency that is internationally recognized for leading-edge water recycling, water use efficiency, water banking, urban water treatment, and energy storage. IRWD provides high quality, reliable drinking water, non-potable water, sewage collection, and urban runoff treatment services to a diverse population of over 500,000 customers. The Executive Director of Operations is one of four executive positions reporting directly to the General Manager in a highly collaborative team environment. The Operations Department is responsible for water treatment, water distribution, sewage collection and pumping, collection and treatment of urban runoff, automation systems, electrical maintenance, asset management systems, preventive maintenance, facility construction and repair, facilities, and fleet services.
Requires a combination of education and experience equivalent to a bachelor’s degree and 10 years of progressively responsible management experience, with at least 5 years in senior management. CA PE registration, an advanced degree, and water/wastewater certifications are preferred.
April 6, 2018.
For questions, contact Cindy Krebs or Sherrill Uyeda at (562) 901-0769 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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