Just northeast of San Francisco, the City of Napa (pop 80,416) is renowned as the seat of California’s winemaking region and a premier culinary destination. Vineyards, ideal weather, and beautiful open space are a dynamic city backdrop.
The Public Works Department is supported by approximately 83 staff across six divisions. Public Works manages a robust citywide Capital Improvement Program (CIP). City leaders have approved an initial 5-year CIP funded with a 25-year sales tax, bringing approximately $8 million to the municipality each year, which will be dedicated to maintenance, reconstruction, and/or rehabilitation of streets, roads, sidewalks and other capital projects.
Overseeing the Engineering Division will require strong technical expertise in Public Works infrastructure planning, design and/or construction, complemented by strong leadership and project management skills. The ideal candidate will have a track record of building and maintaining a team environment that emphasizes cooperation, collaboration and responsiveness. The position requires at least four years of progressively responsible professional civil engineering experience, including supervisory responsibilities. A bachelor’s degree and registration as a California Professional Civil Engineer is also required.
Salary range $108,799-$131,434 supplemented by very attractive benefits. This recruitment will close Sunday, February 9, 2020.
Tina White 619-948-1786
About City of Napa
The City of Pacifica is a General Law City incorporated in 1957 and operates under the Council/Manager form of government. Legislative authority is vested in a ?ve-member City Council elected by district beginning in 2020 for four-year overlapping terms. The City delivers municipal services through seven departments: the City Manager’s o?ce (including the City Clerk, Economic Development, and contract City Attorney); Administrative Services (Finance, Human Resources and IT Divisions); Parks, Beaches, and Recreation; Planning; Public Works (Field Services & Engineering and Wastewater); Police; and Fire (via North County Fire Authority).