Just northeast of San Francisco, the City of Napa (pop 80,416) is renowned as the seat of California’s winemaking region and a premier culinary destination. Vineyards, ideal weather, and beautiful open space are a dynamic city backdrop.
The Public Works Department is supported by approximately 83 staff across six divisions. Public Works manages a robust citywide Capital Improvement Program (CIP). City leaders have approved an initial 5-year CIP funded with a 25-year sales tax, bringing approximately $8 million to the municipality each year, which will be dedicated to maintenance, reconstruction, and/or rehabilitation of streets, roads, sidewalks and other capital projects.
Overseeing the Engineering Division will require strong technical expertise in Public Works infrastructure planning, design and/or construction, complemented by strong leadership and project management skills. The ideal candidate will have a track record of building and maintaining a team environment that emphasizes cooperation, collaboration and responsiveness. The position requires at least four years of progressively responsible professional civil engineering experience, including supervisory responsibilities. A bachelor’s degree and registration as a California Professional Civil Engineer is also required.
Salary range $108,799-$131,434 supplemented by very attractive benefits. This recruitment will close Sunday, February 9, 2020.
Tina White 619-948-1786
About City of Napa
The City of Napa incorporated in 1872; in 1914, it became a Charter City with a Council-Manager form of government. The City Council consists of a Mayor and four Council Members, all of whom are elected at large for four-year terms. Elections are held in November of even-numbered years. The City Council appoints the City Manager, City Clerk, and City Attorney, while the Civil Service Commission appoints the Civil Service Manager. In addition to the appointed offices, the organization is comprised of the following departments: Community Development, Finance, Fire, Human Resources, Parks and Recreation Services, Police, Public Works and Utilities.