MANAGER--- Westchester Joint Water Works, Mamaroneck, New York
The Westchester Joint Water Works seeks applications for the position of Manager to oversee the daily administration, managerial and technical operation of its public water supply system for approximately 14,500 retail and two wholesale customers.
The position is responsible for the overall operation of the water system’s intake, treatment plants, pump stations, storage tanks, transmission lines, mains, valves, meters and other related structures as well has SCADA, telemetry and billing systems. Responsibilities include planning, budgeting, establishment of policy, water rate setting, capital projects forecasting, financial planning and supervision of administrative, operational, field and engineering staff as well as directing the work of outside consultants. Applicants should have at least ten (10) years of water and/or wastewater utility management and operating experience, be experienced in dealing with the general public and regulatory agencies and also be familiar with working in a collective bargaining environment.
Applicants must possess a New York State Professional Engineer’s license. This is a Westchester County Civil Service Competitive Position: Job Class Code: 0599
Interested and qualified individuals should submit a resume and salary requirements by July 14, 2017 to Guy Parisi, Esq. at email@example.com. All applications will be kept strictly confidential.
Must possess a New York State Professional Engineer's License.
Must have more than 10 years of water and/or wastewater utility management and operating experience, be experienced in dealing with the public and regulatory agencies and also be familar with working in a collective bargaining environment.
The Westchester Joint Water Works (WJWW) is a non-profit benefit corporation consisting of the member municipalities of the Town of Mamaroneck, the Village of Mamaroneck, and the Town/Village of Harrison.
The WJWW provides potable water for fire protection and domestic service directly to approximately 120,000 residents and commercial establishments in the Town of Mamaroneck, Town/Village of Ha...rrison, and Village of Mamaroneck including two outside entities.
The WJWW maintains seven water storage facilities at five separate locations that provide an aggregate storage volume of 5.6 million gallons (MG). Aside from the seven water storage tanks the WJWW system includes approximately 250 miles of water mains, approximately 2,000 fire hydrants, thousands of valves and approximately 15,000 water meters.