At the City of Wilsonville, our employees take pride in their work and it shows. Between the 163 lane miles of streets, the 75 miles of stormwater lines, over 20,000 trees, and over 5,000 signs, the roads and stormwater maintenance divisions stay busy. Add to that all of the other functions of roads and stormwater maintenance programs, and the crew knows every day will be different in Wilsonville. To get it all done, we focus on teamwork - and every employee plays an important role.
You are highly motivated and recognize the importance of proactively addressing maintenance issues and planning and preparing for future improvements. You are comfortable and skilled both in the field and in an office setting, with an aptitude for switching between working side-by-side with employees and utilizing and maintaining a highly detailed asset management program. With an eye for finding efficient and innovative maintenance practices, you utilize your keen supervisory and project management skills to lead, coach, and inspire employees, always helping them search for the next best practice.
Why would you want to join our team? Because you expect more than the status quo. So do we! Wilsonville is currently seeking the newest member of our Public Works management team. Candidates should be big-picture thinkers ready grow, lead, and inspire teams. We seek leaders, achievers, and doers who bring skill and passion to a challenging and evolving environment. The Roads & Stormwater Maintenance Supervisor position will lead a crew in the maintenance and repair of City roads and stormwater systems. If you enjoy giving back to the community and working independently and as part of a cohesive team, submit your application materials today! Additional information regarding this position, including minimum qualifications and essential job functions, and applications can be found on the City’s website at www.ci.wilsonville.or.us. Closes 1/28/18.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Education & Experience: Associate's degree in engineering or construction technology or related field of study and four (4) years of progressively responsible experience in in the maintenance or construction of roads and/or stormwater systems, including at least two (2) years of supervisory or lead worker experience.
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High school diploma or GED and six (6) years of experience in the maintenance or construction of roads and/or stormwater systems, including at least two (2) years of supervisory or lead worker experience.
Required Certifications/Licenses: Candidates must possess, or have the ability to obtain within six (6) months, the certification/licenses below.
Class B Oregon Commercial Driver License
Cave-in Protection/Competent Person/ Confined Space
CPR/First Aid and AED Certification
Public Pesticide Applicators License - Right of Way
Possess or obtain within eighteen (18) months of hire:
IMSA Signs Technician Level II
IMSA Pavement Markings Technician Level II
Desirable but not required
Roads Scholar Certification
Collections Level 1 certification
IMSA Signs Senior Technician Level III
IMSA Pavement Markings Senior Technician Level III
Additional Salary Information: Retirement: The City is a member of the Oregon Public Employees Retirement System and currently contributes the employee's portion of the retirement system. The city also contributes an additional 3% of base salary to a 401a account on behalf of management employees. Employees may elect to participate in a voluntary deferred compensation program. Healthcare Benefits: The City offers an extensive employee benefit package, including medical, dental, vision, life, and long term disability plans. Wellness Program: The City offers a generous wellness program, including gym membership reimbursements for employees Vacation: Based on years of service, beginning at 11 hours per month for this position. Sick Leave: Accrues 8 hours per month. Holidays: 10 paid holidays per year.
We have always been a home for those who think differently, expect more but don't want to settle for the status quo. It is a place that people can call home, where the sky opens up a bit, and the air is a little cleaner. Here we measure quality of life by meaningful relationships instead of the number of cars you can fit in your garage. Within its limits are bold thinkers who work hard for what ...they want. It's not a city of entitlement, but rather born from the river with a rich heritage of commerce. Steeped in history, it began with the founding of Boone's Landing, home to one of the first ferries over the Willamette River. Over time, it became the Gateway to the Willamette Valley--the "Eden" at the end of the Oregon Trail where American settlers and the valley's original people, Kalapuya, found common purpose in agriculture. Today, it still exists and stands as the destination for some of Oregon's most innovative and coveted companies. With the feeling of a small and tight-knit community, yet with all the amenities and access to its urban neighbors, the City of Wilsonville is nested on the edge of Oregon's finest agricultural country. Poised at equidistant locations between Portland and Salem, the City of Wilsonville connects the I-5 corridor of activity and provides easy access to the highway with its innovative commercial and residential planning. Wilsonville has a small town feel with the accessibility of big town benefits and the richness of all the wonders that nature has to offer. It's a place where people know your name and you're just as likely to see your next door neighbor half way across town. It's the perfect marriage of modern and traditional–balancing values with a purpose-led lifestyle. Home to a new generation of enterprising families, citizens, growing companies and forward-thinking personalities, The City of Wilsonville is rooted in the past, with an enlightened vision for the future.