$104,160.00 - $156,204.00 Annually
Under administrative direction, the Deputy Director of Public Works (Public Services) manages, directs, supervises and coordinates programs and services related to the maintenance and repair of City streets, beaches and beach approach areas, parks, City-owned trees and public landscape, public buildings, the downtown area, sidewalks, and storm drains within the Public Works Department. The Deputy Director assists the Assistant City Manager/Director of Public Works in the overall management of the Public Works Department, serves as a member of the department management team, provides supervision over Public Works supervisory and maintenance operations personnel, and provides highly responsible and professional staff assistance to the Director.
About the City: With seven miles of City beaches and towering hills with captivating Pacific views, Laguna Beach residents enjoy some of the most stunning landscape in Southern California. Laguna Beach hosts millions of visitors to its world-famous arts festivals and beautiful beaches. Services provided to its resident population of approximately 24,000 include police, fire, marine safety, recreation, parks, public works, community development, parking, transit and animal control.
About the Department: The Mission of the Public Works Department is to preserve, maintain, enhance the City's infrastructure and natural resources, and provide services and environmental stewardship for the benefits of Laguna Beach residents, businesses and visitors. The Department is organized into the following divisions: Engineering and Administration, Fleet Maintenance, Park and Building Maintenance, Street Maintenance, Utility Undergrounding, Solid Waste, Parking Management and Operations, Traffic, Parking and Signs Maintenance, and Transit Services. There are 57 employees in the department.