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File #: 22-182   
Type: Report Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 4/13/2022 In control: Town Council
On agenda: 6/14/2022 Final action:
Title: Establishing Job Description and Pay Range for Public Works Manager Position
Sponsors: Town Council
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. Attachment 1 - 2021-22 mgmt resolution, 3. Resolution Establishing Job Description and Pay Range for the Pubilc Works Manager, 4. Job Description - PW Manager
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Jeff Zuba, Finance & Administrative Services Director & Sean Condry, P.E., Public Works Director
Establishing Job Description and Pay Range for Public Works Manager Position


That Council approve the attached resolution establishing the job description, classification, and salary range for Public Works Manager and add it to the Salary and Benefit Resolution for Management employees.


The Public Works Department's operational crew has been understaffed in recent years as the Town has had three individuals out on workers' compensation (workers' comp) claims. The Town has engaged a consulting firm who has provided services including evaluation of the operational systems in place along with providing managerial direction to the operations staff. The current operations staff, or streets and parks crew, includes one Maintenance Supervisor, one Senior Maintenance Worker, and two Maintenance Worker II positions. The consultants were brought in in September 2020 to build sustainable organizational structure and to help plan for the future. Human Resources has been working through each of the workers' comp cases simultaneously.


The Town has reconciled one of the workers' comp cases and expects to reconcile a second case in the near future. Once the second case is cleared, there will be two vacant positions on the operations crew. Staff proposes that the Town convert one of these vacancies into a Public Works Manager position. If approved, the proposed Public Works Manager position would be part of a departmental reorganization that is aimed at restructuring the Streets and Parks Division to bringing additional oversight, depth, and capacity to the department. The departments' overall goal is to become more proactive and less reactive to the needs of the Town and the community. This position is intended to fill the gaps between the Director and other Public Works staff. O...

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