The City of Norfolk's Department of Public Works, Waste Management Division is actively seeking an Operations Manager. The Operations Manager will be responsible for managing and overseeing day to day operations of the collection of solid waste.
The Department of Public Works builds, maintains and operates the physical facilities that support and enhance the lives of Norfolk's citizens, businesses and visitors, including the City's Storm Water System, Street Network, Waste Management and Recycling Systems.Essential Functions
Essential functions include but are not limited to:
- Plans, organizes, coordinates, and directs the division's daily operations consisting of collecting and disposing of waste form residential and commercial properties.
- Prepares operating reports and other information at specified intervals' assists with the preparation of the divisional goals, standard operating procedures and operating budget.
- Performs personnel functions such as assisting with hiring, scheduling, time management, training, corrective action, performance evaluations, and professional development of staff.
- Manages cleanliness and safety of equipment and vehicles utilized by solid waste collection staff.
- Develops standard operating procedures.
- Demonstrates the proficient use of a computer and Microsoft Windows applications.
- Develops solid waste collection routes through evaluating conditions of residential and business areas.
- Collects statistical information regarding code enforcement by neighborhoods.
- Investigates and resolves complaints from citizens concerning solid waste collection and code enforcement issues.
- Serves as Assistant Superintendent in the absence of the Division Assistant Superintendent.
Bachelor's degree and/or five years' experience in refuse collection or related with supervisory experience preferred.
Preferred License(s) and/or Certification(s):
- Requires a valid Driver's License.
- Preferred (CDL) Commercial Driver's License
- Preferred CPR Certification
- Regular full-time and permanent part-time employees may receive paid holidays, vacation and sick leave, employer paid pension plan, basic life insurance, voluntary participation in medical and dental, Section 457 deferred compensation, long-term disability, optional life insurance for self, spouse and children, medical and dependent care reimbursement plans, access to membership in credit union and employer provided parking.
- Special project/grant employees are generally eligible for the same benefits of regular full-time employees; however,retirement, life insurance and participation in health plans vary depending upon funding and authorization.
- Temporary/seasonal and part-time employees are generally only eligible for employer provided parking and access to membership in credit union.
If you are hired October 5, 2010 or after to a position with City of Norfolk Retirement System benefits, you will be required to contribute five percent (5%) of your salary toward your retirement benefit. This will be a pre-tax payroll deduction.
The benefits described above are broad generalizations. The specific benefits that an employee may be eligible for are governed by City regulations, as applicable to job type.
Positions listed with a job type designation of "Non-City" are not subject to the benefits descriptions above. Refer to the content of the job posting for information regarding these positions.
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