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Chief, Road Operations and Fleet Management



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Walla Walla County Public Works: Chief, Road Operations and Fleet Management. Full-time, exempt position. Salary range: $6496/mo. to $8705/mo. DOQ, DOE. Requires professional work in county road operations and maintenance using extensive knowledge of general and specific road and bridge maintenance procedures and methodology. Provides oversight, direction and daily management of three (3) road maintenance districts and a vehicle maintenance shop, comprised of 38 employees operating across a 1300 square mile county with 1000 miles of road. Serves as the County Fleet Manager, including planning, managing and directing the annual work program for the Fleet Services (ER&R) Division with more than 250 vehicles and other pieces of heavy construction equipment.
Bachelor’s degree in engineering, public administration, business or related fields. Five (5) years progressive experience in the administration, performance, and supervision of road maintenance/construction, and at least two (2) years of supervisory experience in fleet operations and budget management. See the job description at www.co.walla-walla.wa.us for the complete list of qualifications and essential functions. Position is open until filled, first review is June 30, 2017. Application, resume and cover letter required.








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