This is highly administrative work as head of Sanitation Services & Fleet Management. An employee in this class is responsible for organizing, directing and coordinating the activities of Sanitation Services & Fleet Management. Work includes the formulation of working policy and procedures in accordance with general policy directives of the Assistant City Administrator. Supervision is exercised over professional, technical and clerical staff. Work is evaluated through accomplished results.
Plans, directs, and coordinates the work of the Sanitation Service & Fleet Management Department.
Prepares budget estimates and controls expenditures of departmental appropriations.
Formulates policies and procedures utilizing staff participation.
Selects personnel for the department.
Participates in the training and development of personnel.
Responsible for various personnel matters (i.e., disciplinary action, etc.)
Make periodic inspections to assess operation and determine needs.
Prepares and maintains technical and administrative operating records and reports.
Acts as a liaison with Federal, State, local and other agencies.
Performs related work assigned by the City Administrator
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's Degree in an appropriate discipline.
Ten years of pertinent experience in a senior managerial capacity, five (5) of which must have been in solid waste.
About City of Pensacola
The City of Pensacola is proud to employee nearly 800 local residents.
The City of Pensacola will create opportunities and avenues to enhance the quality of life for all citizens through innovation and cooperation in harmony with our core values.
Integrity: We value honesty, trustworthiness, and fairness in all our relationships
Adaptability: We adapt to changing needs, conditions, and work responsibilities.
Customer Service: We maintain customer focus and quality service in everything we do.
Stewardship: We use City resources wisely; and are not wasteful.