Douglas County Public Works—Solid Waste Division Manager

    Roseburg, OR
    Full Time Position
    $68,889.60 - $98,467.20 Annually

    This position serves as Manager of the Douglas County Public Works Solid Waste Division.  The Division Manager organizes and directs all activities related to the management of the division; assumes responsibility for the planning, management and coordination of the Solid Waste Program for Douglas County and provides expert and technical waste management advice to the Public Works Director and Board of Commissioners; assesses program needs then develops, directs, coordinates and evaluates plans and programs; establishes and interprets policy and procedure; develops and monitors division budget; and supervises support staff.  This position is responsible for supervising employees who are represented in a labor union.

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    General Functions

    Manage the Solid Waste division which includes develop, implement, and evaluate solid waste programs and services; coordinate division activities with other department programs and outside agencies; develop short- and long-range goals and objectives of the solid waste program; prepare and monitor division budget.  Establish, interpret and evaluate policy and procedure. Supervise support staff; offer technical assistance as needed.  Ensure programs are in compliance with County policies and Federal and State regulations.  Assume accountability for work performed within the division.  Is the lead in selection and training of division personnel and evaluation of the solid waste program.  Represent the division's activities and programs to the community and regulatory agencies.  Assure citizen complaints related to division activity are properly resolved.  Interpret policy and procedure to the public.  Provide project review; coordinate with other department staff, contractors and vendors regarding scheduling and cost estimates.  Order and account for program materials; monitor fiscal expenditures and revenues; maintain accurate records of materials, costs, equipment and inspections.  Evaluate condition of equipment with supervisors and recommend repair or replacement.

    MINUMUM Qualifications

    Eight years progressively responsible work experience in waste management on a large scale which includes three years of direct management experience.  At time of appointment, must possess valid Oregon driver's license.