Under the direction of the Regional Wastewater System Manager, the Assistant Regional Wastewater System Manager manages the administration, operations, and maintenance of regional wastewater treatment plant(s) to ensure compliance with District and regulatory procedures, requirements, and reporting practices in an efficient and cost effective manner.
Manages work schedules, procedures, and personnel to ensure operations and maintenance is completed to improve reliability, optimize investments, and achieve regulatory compliance.
Participates in the development, implementation, and maintenance of the Regional Wastewater System goals, objectives, policies and procedures; ensures that goals are achieved.
Assist in the overall preparation, organization and management of annual budgets, and monitors established budget and ensures adherence to purchasing requirements.
Directly supervise staff to include hiring, performance evaluations and coaching to support staff development.
Prepares, analyzes, and distributes wastewater reports and data as necessary to ensure proactive management of resources.
Review and coordinate capital project needs, coordinates with staff and Engineering department in successful execution of capital improvements, and facilitates handoff of projects to facility staff.
Participates in the management of Operations projects, engineering studies, cost estimates and operational procurement projects.
Ensures safety and efficiency of all plant operations and processes.
Communicate effectively with staff reporting up through you, the NTMWD Management, other departments, regulatory agencies, external providers, and other groups and/or committees as needed.
Carry out other duties as requested commensurate with skills, competence, and training.
Requires strong background in wastewater treatment mechanical components, best practices and ability to develop and implement processes and programs to resource staff to achieve goals.
Must be able to work collaboratively with staff, outside agencies, external providers, and departments within the NTMWD to develop solutions to issues and execute solutions in a manner that builds positive working relationships.
Must possess the ability to lead staff by planning, organizing and supervising implementation of various processes, programs, and projects.
Possess knowledge of the local, state and federal laws regarding wastewater regulations.
Action oriented, supportive and positive leader that motivates and listens to others, is flexible, makes good decisions, and adapts to the needs of the team.
Communicates clearly, can make verbal presentations, and provides honest, tactful feedback.
Proficiency in preparing technical reports, maintaining accurate records, data management, word processing, project management, presentations, and ability to learn other software.
Ability to read and understand engineering designs.
Bachelor of Science degree in engineering or related field with ten years of progressive experience or twenty years with extensive wastewater treatment supervisory experience and a Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Class A Wastewater Treatment Operation License.
Prefer experience with wastewater treatment operations management.
Experience with staff management and budget preparation and management.
Requires a valid Texas Driver’s License.
Internal Number: 156
The North Texas Municipal Water District ("NTMWD" or "the District") is a conservation and reclamation district and political subdivision of the State of Texas, created and functioning under Article XVI, Section 59, of the Texas Constitution, pursuant to Chapter 62, Acts of 1951, 52nd Legislature of Texas, Regular Session, as amended (the ACT). An amendment to the NTMWD’s creating ACT by the legislature in 1975, Section 27, authorizes the NTMWD to acquire, treat, and distribute potable water, and to collect, treat and dispose of wastes, both liquid and solid, in order to reduce pollution, conserve and develop the natural resources of Texas