Willows Water District established in 1974 is seeking a General Manager. This individual will lead the team of water professionals that serves customers within a 3.6 square mile area of Arapahoe County in Colorado.
Willows Water District offers an excellent benefit package and competitive salary. Successful candidate will be required to complete pre-employment drug screening and must possess a valid Colorado Driver’s License with a satisfactory record.
How to apply:
Interested persons should send their Resume/CV and cover letter indicating their salary requirements to our HR consultant handling this search on behalf of Willows Water District. All interested applicants should send their information to Mark Genkinger, HR Consultant at email@example.com.
Bachelor’s degree or higher in sciences, engineering, business or related discipline is desirable. Minimum of seven (7) years engineering and/or business experience, five (5) years of which have been directly related to water supply, water resources, sanitary engineering or public utilities with supervisory/managerial responsibilities. Strong business acumen required with some accounting/finance education or equivalent experience.
Water Distribution Class 2 certification in the State of Colorado preferred; must obtain a Class 4 certification within 2 years.
Willows is a "special district" authorized under Colorado law to provide utility service to a specific geographical area; the District is a quasi-municipal corporation, a political subdivision of the State of Colorado, and is governed and operated in accordance with the Colorado Special Districts Act.
Willows obtains its water by contract with the Denver Water Board. Willows has eight interconnections with Denver Water in accordance with the Master Meter Contract No. 240. Willows provides an average of 2 million gallons of potable drinking water to its customers each day, although the District has a peaking capacity of 19 million gallons through its connections with Denver Water's system. The District's system includes about 80 miles of pipes, ranging in size from six inches to 30 inches, 6,000 service lines and more than 600 fire hydrants.