Electrical & Control Systems Manager
Lakehaven Water and Sewer District has an immediate opening for an Electrical and Control Systems Manager.
Electrical and Control Systems Manager (Level 17)
2023 Annual Salary Range: $119,454 to $156,874 ($57.43 - $75.42 per hour)
The Lakehaven Electrical and Control Systems Manager
is responsible for managing the District’s Electrical and Control Systems (E/CS) section within the Engineering Department. The Electrical and Control Systems Manager
works closely with the Engineering Manager, Electrical Project Manager and General Manager to develop goals, objectives, and programs for the electrical and control maintenance staff and makes sure those goals, objectives and programs are carried out efficiently and effectively. Responsibilities include coordinating, planning, and directing the District's E/CS staff on a daily basis, participating in Capital Improvement project planning, budgeting, implementation, and ensuring that all electrical and control systems for water, wastewater and administrative facilities are maintained, repaired or upgraded in accordance with District standards and local/state/federal regulations. The Electrical and Control Systems Manager
supervises and evaluates the performance of employees within the E/CS section, and acts as a project manager on some capital improvement projects.
The Electrical and Control Systems Manager
is part of a team that has been recognized by the National Association of Clean Water Agencies for its environmental stewardship and has been a long-standing member of the American Water Works Association. Lakehaven has a service area population of over 135,000 people living across a 35 square mile area in south King County, makings us one of the largest special-purpose water and sewer districts in the state. Our water system includes 450 miles of water mains, 25 active wells and 12 storage tanks, which allows us to meet a current annual average water demand of 10 million gallons per day (MGD) from the community. Lakehaven also has two wastewater treatment plants, 33 sewer lift stations, and 350 miles of sewer mains capable of collecting and treating up to 15.6 MGD. Our employees work hard to produce and treat high quality drinking water and to ensure treated wastewater adheres to EPA standards, which safeguards the local ecological system of Puget Sound.