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Assistant General Manager/Engineer

Department:Engineering
Updated:12/1/11
Reviewed:1/1/12
Approved STPUD:RHS
Approved MGMT GRP:PS

Job Summary

As the District’s chief engineer, is responsible for overseeing the management of the Engineering Division, and District-wide Plant Operations and Maintenance, Field Operations and Maintenance, Diamond Valley Ranch Water Re-Use, Asset Management, and Laboratory Divisions. Performs legislative advocacy on behalf of the District with professional organizations and lobbyists. Serves as key member of the District’s leadership team with significant involvement in overall District strategic planning and management. Ensures that all work is performed safely and all facilities are maintained in a safe condition. Reports to the General Manager/Engineer, and acts as the General Manager in their absence.

Job Physical Requirements Analysis

Job Specific Body Movements Occasionally
1/3 of time or less
Frequently
1/3 – 2/3 of time
Continuously
More than 2/3 of time
Sitting  75% of day
Standing5% of day  
Walking15% of day  
Driving5% of day  
Hearing  100% of day
Speaking 50% of day 
Lifting 1-20 lbsX  
Lifting 20-50 lbsN/A  
Lifting 50+ lbsN/A  
Working/reaching above shoulderX  
Working w/arms extended @ shoulder levelX  
Working with body bent over at waistX  
Working in kneeling positionX  
CrawlingX  
Climbing stairsX  
Climbing ladderX  
Major HandX  
PullingX  
PushingX  
Fine ManipulationX  
Typing/Keyboard X 
Writing X 
Simple Grasping X 
FilingX  
Power GripX  
ToolsX  
EquipmentX  
Hand TwistingX  
FoldingX  

Height from Floor of Objects to Be Reached or Worked On:

Object Height
Files, Bookshelves0-7 feet

Equipment Used

Surveying equipment, drafting equipment, personal computers, various software including word processing and spreadsheets, engineering analytical and CAD programs, various specialized inspection and testing equipment.

Working Conditions

During the winter, main environment is that of an indoor office with some exposure to unpleasant wastewater treatment odors. During the summer, some time may be spent overseeing projects, usually outside in noisy, dusty areas, including confined spaces. May be required to work in inclement weather.