Writes policy and procedures, interpreting same for staff, and develops short- and long-range plans for Division.
Performs landfill construction contract management, coordinates with contractor, construction inspector and Department of Environmental Protection.
Oversees facility design, permitting, and construction coordination.
Prepares short- and long-range budgets for Division and oversees expenditures.
Supervises staff, assigning and monitoring workload, evaluating performance on a regular basis, and ensuring work complies with federal, state, and local regulations.
Performs special project coordination, to include project definition or specifications, contract administration, contractor supervision, inter-division/inter-department coordination and staff direction for non-repetitive activities.
Prepares and presents routine and recurring reports and special reports as needed.
Investigates policy issues, to include but not limited to, funding options, disposal facility options, and disposal operation options.
Inspects fieldwork on a regular basis, ensuring compliance with federal, state, and local regulations.
Oversees permitting and regulatory compliance.
Performs routine office tasks.
Leads and/or attends staff meetings.
Oversees revenue and expenditure tracking and management; assists with the budget and capital improvement plan preparation.
Performs other duties as required.
Education, Training, and Experience
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Environmental Science, or closely related field.
Four (4) years of relevant work experience.
Certificates, Licenses, Registration, Skills
Valid Florida Driver License.
Professional Engineer (PE) or Professional Geologist (PG) preferred.
Must have or be able to obtain Landfill Operator certification within 12 months of employment
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
Requires ability to maintain courteous and effective relations with County staff, elected officials, community interest groups and the public.
Must have strong working knowledge of computers and be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Suite of Products (i.e., Outlook, Word, Excel, etc.).
Must have or be able to obtain within 90 days certification in FEMA National Incident Management System (NIMS) courses:
IS-100.c: Introduction to the Incident Command System (ICS)
IS-200.b: ICS for Single Resources & Initial Action Incidents
IS-700.b: An Introduction to the National Incident Management System
IS-800.c: National Response Framework, an Introduction
Must have or be able to obtain within six (6) months certification in FEMA National Incident Management System (NIMS) courses:
Since 1980, Citrus County has operated under a commission-administrator form of government. The Commissioners, serving as the Board of Directors, are responsible for establishing policies and procedures. The Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) is comprised of five members, representing five districts,
who are elected to four-year, staggered terms.