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City of Milford

Electric Superintendent

The City of Milford Public Works Department is seeking applicants for the position of Electric Superintendent. The Electric Superintendent oversees the overall operations of the City’s electric system that serves approximately 7,500 homes and businesses from 2 substations in approximately 12 square mile service territory, covering all of Milford and portions of unincorporated areas of Kent and Sussex Counties.  The system peaks at just over 46,000 MW and delivers over 225 million kWh annually.

The Electric Superintendent supervises approximately 10 employees and is responsible for construction, maintenance, and design of the distribution system, including substation operations and maintenance. Electricity is purchased in bulk from the Delaware Municipal Electric Corporation. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Public Works Director.

The City is seeking applicants with a Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering (preferred) or a related field with at least 5 years experience; or 10 years experience in the electric utility industry with considerable supervisory and management experience may be substituted for a degree; or any combination of education and experience equivalent to the requirements. Possession of a valid Delaware vehicle operator’s license and Class B CDL (minimum – within 1 year of date of hire) is required.  

Salary range: $84,136-$107,681.60 based on qualifications and experience.   

To apply: Click here and attach your resume. The position will remain open until filled.

 

City of Newark

IT Infrastructure Manager

The City of Newark, Delaware is seeking a dynamic and collaborative leader to be its IT Infrastructure Manager. This is a management position reporting directly to the Finance Director, and is responsible for the city-wide design, operation and maintenance of IT operations. The Infrastructure Manager will supervise full-time and contractual employees and manage third-party support contracts to ensure the IT Division efficiently provides high-quality service to the City’s operating departments, and protects City infrastructure from cyber threats. Operations also include city-wide fiber and surveillance camera systems, support to four enterprise utilities including electric, water, sewer and stormwater plus general City operations, including public safety.

Ideal candidate must have a minimum of seven (7) years of server administration in a medium or large-scale production environment and demonstrated progressive growth in professional development and responsibilities within the IT field. A Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or a related field preferred; professional certifications supporting experience required. Starting salary is commensurate with experience.

Salary range: $82,413 – $109,494 with an excellent fringe benefits package.

To apply: Interested individuals can review a full job description online and must complete an application at www.newarkde.gov/jobs by 4:00 p.m. Friday, February 1, 2019. EOE.

 

Human Resources and Labor Relations Manager

The City of Newark is seeking a detail oriented and collaborative leader to be the Human Resources and Labor Relations Manager. This is a senior management position reporting directly to the City Manager. The position serves as the Chief Human Resources Officer and is responsible for the efficient and effective administration of personnel, labor relations, fringe benefits, and communications. Position requires daily interactions with employees, union representatives and other government officials.

Ideal candidates will have at least three (3) years of experience in negotiation of public sector collective bargaining agreements; a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources Management, Public Administration (or related field) is preferred. Starting salary is commensurate with experience.

Salary range: $85,708 – $113,872 with excellent fringe benefits package.

To apply: Interested individuals can review a full job description online and must complete an application at www.newarkde.gov/jobs by 4:00 p.m. Friday, February 1, 2019. EOE.