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Assistant General Manager - Canyon Regional Water Authority (CRWA), TX (ID: 462433)
|Assistant General Manager
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|Canyon Regional Water Authority (CRWA), TX
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Headquartered in New Braunfels, Canyon Regional Water Authority (CRWA) provides 28,000 acre-feet of treated groundwater and surface water to 11 members and two customers in a 1,700-square-mile area within the 1-35/IH-10 corridor in Central Texas. CRWA serves Guadalupe County, population 166,847, which is located 90 miles from the Gulf of Mexico in south central Texas. A Board of Trustees, consisting of two trustees appointed by each member entity, governs CRWA. It is led by an executive committee comprised of the officers of the Board of Trustees. A separate Board of Managers comprised of managers from the various member entities meets monthly to keep apprised of the organization’s operations and are tasked with providing feedback.
CRWA’s Assistant General Manager oversees the operation and maintenance of the organization’s water treatment and transmission systems. Under the General Manager’s direction, this position is responsible for budget development and tracking, short- and long-range capital improvement project planning, water master plans, rate and cost studies, and ensuring that CRWA complies with local, state, and federal water treatment regulations. Their work also includes planning, controlling, supervising, and evaluating the daily operations of CRWA and actively participating in identifying, planning, and prioritizing capital improvement projects that affect Operations. This leadership position is vital to the organization’s management team, providing critical input to strategic planning and performance measures.
CRWA is seeking a skilled and experienced utility professional ready to help ensure a bright future for the organization and the water resources of its member entities. With expectations to manage projects and people, the right fit for this position is mission-focused and goal-oriented. Knowledge of the area and its associated water systems is a plus, and experience in a utility is critical. Candidates should have strong working knowledge of American Water Works Association standards and Texas Commission on Environmental Quality requirements for public water supplies and understand the ins and outs of engineering economics, including cost-benefit analyses.
This role requires a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, environmental engineering, water resources engineering, or a related field from an accredited college or university. Candidates should also have five years of progressive management-level experience, including water resources, water quality, water treatment, water transmission, water engineering, strategic planning, capital project planning and implementation, and/or water field operations, including four years of administrative and supervisory responsibility. Substantial relevant experience may be substituted for professional licensure. Still, the selected candidate will be asked to obtain their Professional Engineer license from the State of Texas within four years of hire. A Texas driver’s license is also required.
The salary range for this position is $55.29 to $67.31 per hour, depending on qualifications and experience.
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