Energy and Sustainability Services Manager

  • City of Costa Mesa, CA
  • Costa Mesa, California
  • Aug 20, 2019
Full Time Administration and Management Environmental Services Natural Resources
  • Salary: $49.79 - $66.73 Hourly

Job Description

THE CITY OF COSTA MESA IS CURRENTLY RECRUITING FOR
THE POSITION OF ENERGY AND SUSTAINABILITY SERVICES MANAGER

 

Please click the following link for detailed information regarding this position:
Energy and Sustainability Services Manager

This recruitment will remain open until filled and may close without prior notice. The  first application review date is Wednesday, September 11, 2019 . 
 
The City of Costa Mesa (population 115,296) encompasses 16.8 square miles and is approximately one mile from Southern California's incomparable coastline. Located  in Orange County on the "coastal tableland" above Newport Beach, Costa Mesa has established a reputation as one of the area's leading cultural and business centers. Its predominant industries include retail trade, light manufacturing, finance/insurance, and real estate. Since its incorporation in 1953, the City has transformed from a quiet suburban community with deep farming roots, to a world-class city featuring some of the best restaurants, retail centers, and cultural arts in the nation. With an ideal location, business-friendly atmosphere, and superior amenities, Costa Mesa represents the best Southern California has to offer.

The City is currently seeking to fill its Energy and Sustainability Services Manager position. Under the direction of the Public Services Director, the Energy and Sustainability Services Manager creates, develops, manages, and administers the City's energy conservation and sustainability programs.
 
The ideal candidate will have in depth experience administering energy conservation and sustainability programs. He/she must have five (5) years of progressively responsible professional experience with sustainability and environmental programs, energy management, project or program development and management, solid waste program administration or similar Public Works program, including one (1) year supervisory experience.  Candidates must possess a Bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university with major course work in environmental or earth science, engineering, urban planning, architecture, business or public administration  or a closely related field. A related Master's degree is desired and can substitute for up to one year of the required experience.  Appointment will be made within the range of $103,560-$138,804 and is dependent upon qualifications and experience.
  Application & Selection Process

To be considered for this desirable opportunity, candidates must submit an application online.  Candidates must upload a detailed resume into their online application in the " Attachments " section of the online application.  

Candidates'  resumes must include the following information:
  • Name of agencies/organizations worked including employment dates
  • Specific employment duties performed with each employer
  • Population and employment size of agencies/organizations worked
  • Breadth of functions supervised

Candidates must also provide four (4) professional references representing various organization levels into the "References" section of the online application. 

Please do not upload any attachments other than a resume (required) and cover letter (optional).  Additional documents will not be reviewed during the application screening process.  If selected to proceed further in the recruitment process, an opportunity to provide work samples, letters of commendation, etc. will be appropriate during the interview process.

 
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