Manager of San Luis Obispo Integrated Waste Management Authority Located halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, San Luis Obispo was recently named one of the best places in the U.S. to live. We have easy access to beautiful beaches, year-round sun, protected open space for biking and hiking, and a world-class wine region. The San Luis Obispo County Integrated Waste Management Authority seeks a qualified individual for the full-time position of Manager of IWMA. Responsibilities include four key functions: Hazardous Waste, Public Outreach, Recycling and Board Policy. Job Functions include: serves as San Luis Obispo County Integrated Management Authority Manager; provides advice and consultation on the development of IWMA related services, functions and policies; coordinates the preparation of the agenda for IWMA Board meetings; directs and conducts a variety of special studies and surveys to determine the effectiveness of IWMA related operations and services; represents the IWMA Board’s policies and programs with employees, community representatives and other government agencies; works on joint, cooperative efforts and organizations with other solid waste management agencies; directs and oversees the IWMA Administrative Services personnel and office support functions; oversees the development and administration of operating and capital improvement budgets and plans; maintains current awareness of administrative practices and recommends changes which increase the efficiency and economy of IWMA Operations and Services; responsible for IWMA related personnel matters, including employment procedures, grievances, affirmative action, and employer-employee relations; responsible for IWMA community outreach strategy, directs preparation of grant applications and grant administration; prepares leases and agreements with other agencies; confers with developers and contractors as necessary; serves as IWMA representative before Boards and Commissions.
Please submit resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone: 805-544-1800. Only resumes submitted directly to email@example.com will be considered. EOE.
Principles and practices of public administration, including administrative analysis, fiscal planning and control, and policy and program development
Basic knowledge of engineering and construction principles applicable to the planning, design and construction of IWMA facilities
Laws, rules, ordinances and legislative processes controlling solid waste management functions, programs and operations
Organization, operations and function of public sector government, joint powers agencies and special districts
Research and evaluation methodologies
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