City of San Angelo Texas
  • Storm Water Program Administrator
  • San Angelo, TX, USA
  • 58,587/YR
  • Full Time

GENERAL PURPOSE: Under general supervision, manages the City's Stormwater MS4 permit and related monitoring and reporting, and manages staff in coordination of the City's Stormwater Program. Develops and administers stormwater projects, programs, and education relative to stormwater quality and quantity needs.

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Develops and updates the City's MS4 Permit relative to changes in law, state and Federal requirements. Facilitates all communication related to the City's MS4 Permit and Stormwater program. Develops ordinances and policies related to the City's MS4 Permit. Investigates and resolves citizen complaints within scope of authority and according to City policies. Works with City staff, consultants, experts, and special interest groups as appropriate to develop analysis, reports, guides, manuals, and paraphernalia related to stormwater. Manages and leads assigned staff to monitor the City's Stormwater Program and ensures that repair and maintenance services are provided in alignment with the City's strategic objectives and local, state and Federal laws. Reviews special project requests and works with City Departments, external agencies, and other organizations to identify and resolve maintenance and project issues. Identifies, prioritizes, and develops projects necessary to improve stormwater quality and quantity impacts, and/or water quality. Conducts inspections of work projects and offers technical assistance and guidance in cooperation with Engineering and Stormwater Division staff as necessary; oversees ongoing work projects to ensure wholistic benefit to the Stormwater Program. Manages the collection, analysis and reporting of operational, budget, technical, and financial data; calculates costs and resource requirements for future needs. Manages and oversees all aspects of stormwater quality monitoring including pollutant load calculations, BMP management, and TCEQ reporting. Assembles and maintains stormwater databases and records management. Responsible for stormwater monitoring equipment maintenance, weather monitoring, and sampling equipment monitoring and routine maintenance. Monitors watershed issues including health hazards and fish kills. Investigates hazardous spills and discharges and coordinates appropriate action for pollution prevention, remediation, and expense recovery. In cooperation with the City Engineer, assesses fines, fees, and/or penalties as applicable related to Stormwater Ordinances. Responsible for review, advisement, and analysis related to floodplain management. Performs hydraulic and hydrologic analysis as needed for floodplain delineation. Coordinates public outreach and education regarding stormwater, its purpose, and its requirements to internal and external entities. Coordinates and oversees inspectors and inspection processes for residential, construction, commercial, and industrial properties as it relates to stormwater. Trains and evaluates staff; develops staff skills and conducts performance evaluations; meets regularly with staff to discuss and resolve workload and technical issues; reviews the work of assigned staff to ensure the work quality and timely accomplishment of assigned duties and responsibilities. Contact for TCEQ, FEMA, and Community Rating System. Facilitates grant application and management for stormwater-related grants.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Education and Experience: Applicable Bachelor of Science Degree preferred; and three years' experience in stormwater permit management, stormwater program management, and/or storm sewer infrastructure maintenance, including two year's supervisory experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Required Licenses or Certifications: Must possess a valid driver license. Must acquire Flood Plain Management Certification within one-year of employment. Required Knowledge of: City policies and procedures. Principles and practices of financial management and budget development. Methods, procedures, and materials, used for maintenance and repair of stormwater infrastructure. OSHA safety rules and regulations, and precautions. TCEQ requirements relating to the Texas (or National) Pollutant Discharge Elimination System, Clean Waters Act and the City's MS4 Permit. Inspections processes and records and database management. Required Skill in: Using initiative and independent judgment within established procedural guidelines. Identifying stormwater infrastructure needs, recommending, and prioritizing projects. Supervising staff, delegating tasks and authority, promoting and enforcing safe work practices, and evaluating staff performance. Operating personal computer systems, basic and advanced software applications, and ArcGIS applications. Effective verbal and written communications including developing presentations and presenting to City management, City Council, and external groups. Establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationships with co-workers and the public. Tracking and analyzing costs and patterns using data analysis and data-based decision-making. Reading and understanding technical manuals and engineered plans and specifications. Physical Demands / Work Environment: Work is performed indoors in an office environment, and at construction sites, maintenance facilities and outside environments. Required to perform moderate physical work, and lift and carry up to 50 pounds.

Job postings may be withdrawn at any time at direction of the City Manager.

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