Maintenance Superintendent - Streets & Sidewalks

City of Napa | Napa, CA

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Posted Date 4/11/2019

Are you eager to produce great work in the areas of Public Works operational maintenance, divisional support and team building? Has your collaborative work style allowed you to bring value that has made positive impact? Then APPLY today and continue that collaborative work with the City of Napa, benefiting not only the employees of the Public Works Department but also the community we serve!

$94,191.00 - $113,787.00 Annually

The City of Napa is currently seeking qualified applicants to fill the Public Works Maintenance Superintendent - Streets & Sidewalks vacancy. The Maintenance Superintendent reports to the Public Works Operations Manager as a part of the Public Works Department team. The position is responsible for leading and managing a segment of the operations team including the Streets & Sidewalks Team consisting of three crews of approximately 20 employees (including their three supervisors). Public Works Operations programs are also supported by engineering and administrative staff within the Public Works Department.

This position is responsible for supporting the planning, direction, coordination, and resources within three maintenance programs in the Public Works Department including; street paving, concrete, and the City's Sign Shop.

In addition to project management, you will be responsible for operations programs budget monitoring, management and supervision of assigned resources and staff oversight and development. Good coordination and communication of work with other Public Works divisions, Parks and Recreation, Utilities, internal customers, city projects, special projects, work units, and outside agencies and utilities are critical.

In addition to meeting the qualifications listed below, you will have shown success in demonstrating:

DEFINITION: Under general supervision, plans, coordinates, and manages a variety of operational maintenance for multiple work units. Assigned areas may include: streets, sidewalks, facilities, fleet and electrical systems. Supervises, and monitors assigned resources to include staff, directly and through subordinates; coordinates assigned activities with other departments and divisions, work units, and outside organizations; and serves as a technical resource for assigned staff; performs related duties as required.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: This classification may supervise multiple work units. Responsibilities include the direct and indirect supervision of supervisory, technical and support staff. This classification reports to a department manager. This position requires strong supervisory skills as well as knowledge and expertise in a variety of designated technical and specialized maintenance functions.


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