The Central Oklahoma Master Conservancy District is searching for a qualified person to fill the position of District Manager. This is a challenging, high-profile position that requires proven leadership ability, excellent technical, administrative and public relations skills, and knowledge of water resource management including familiarity with local, state and federal water, wastewater and storm water regulations.
The successful candidate must possess excellent interpersonal skills with a strong ability to forge relationships with local, state and federal authorities. This candidate should demonstrate the capacity and interest to be an effective mentor and leader for the staff. Prior supervisory experience in a large, robust city/state organization is desirable. This candidate should have financial experience including fiscal planning and budget management; experience with capital improvement projects is desirable. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are imperative for this position.
Please consult the District’s website (comcd.net) for a more complete job description of the tasks and duties of the position, the expected knowledge, skills, and abilities of the successful candidate as well as the education, training, experience and required licenses necessary for the position.
Along with a Resume, the candidate should submit his/her salary requirements. The application should be sent to:
12500 Alameda Drive
Norman, OK 73026
Questions can be referred to Kelley Metcalf at 405-329-5228.
The Central Oklahoma Master Conservancy District (the District) was created by the Cleveland County District Court at the request of the member cities of Del City, Midwest City and Norman. The District operates and maintains the Norman Project (Lake Thunderbird, the dam, pumping and pipeline infrastructures, land around the lake as described in the Norman Project documents) under contract with the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. The District is responsible for the management, operation, and transmission of water resources from Lake Thunderbird. The District has supplied raw water to its member cities since 1965, and as of the 2014 Census, we currently meet the water needs of approximately 194,000 residents within and outside the corporate city limits of the member cities. The District's mission is to provide reliable and safe water services, supporting member city needs while conserving our water resources for future generations.