One of the most desirable communities in Southern California, the City of Huntington Beach (pop. 202,265) features nearly 8.5 of miles of spacious beaches which typically help to attract over 4 million visitors per year. Supported by more than 200 FTE, the Director of Public Works oversees a department that is currently organized across six divisions: Administration, Engineering, General Services, Maintenance Operations, Transportation and Utilities. The Director also oversees an annual operating budget of approximately $112.6 million a FY2019-20 CIP of $46.6 million.
The ideal candidate will be an outstanding people manager known for fostering inclusive cultures characterized by high standards, accountability, and trust. A high energy and inspirational leader, he/she will be results focused while demonstrating a relentless commitment to continuous improvement. Education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree and five years of public sector management, preferably in public works, is required. An impressive performance record of capital project management and delivery is also expected.
Salary range $168,105 - $208,270; placement within the range will be DOQE. Salary is supplemented by generous benefits. Visit www.tbcrecruiting.com for all the info and to apply online by Monday, May 25, 2020.
Tina White · 619.948.1786
Teri Black · 424.296.3111
TERI BLACK & CO., LLC
Internal Number: City of Huntington Beach
About City of Huntington Beach
With miles of pristine beaches, ideal weather, a welcoming attitude, and a wide variety of entertainment options, Huntington Beach draws over 11 million visitors to the city each year. Huntington Beach, known as Surf City, due to its abundance of beaches; sunny, warm mediterranean climate; local surfing; and casual lifestyle, is a perfect vacation experience for both young and old.
Huntington Beach has consistently received recognition for being one of the best vacation spots in the U.S.
"Number One Family Surf Beach in the U.S." -Dr. Stephen "Dr. Beach" Leatherman (2004)
"One of the Top Five Destinations for Teenagers and Their Parents"-the New York Post (2004)
"One of the Top Five Permanent Vacation Spots in the United States of America"-Location Inc. (one of the largest neighborhood-matching databases) (2003)
Boasting a comfortable climate throughout the year with a temperature that rarely gets above 90 degrees and seldom sees rainfall, visitors can take part in the many outdoor activities Huntington Beach offers. Our community features one of the larges recreational piers in the world, public parks, riding stables and equestrian trails, a marina, a wildlife preserve, a...nd an eight-mile biking, inline skating, jogging, and walking trail along the ocean. The crown jewel of the recreation system is the 8.5 miles of wide, spacious beaches where in the summer, large crowds gather to watch the U.S Open of Surfing, AVP Pro Beach Volleyball, and other sporting events.