Deputy Director of Public Works – Sustainability and Environment – City of Lancaster

Deadline: Friday, November 12, 2021

Position Summary

Lancaster, PA (Pop. 61,564) – The City of Lancaster is located in south central Pennsylvania.

The 2021 combined operating budgets for the City of Lancaster totaled more than $128 million.  The General Fund component of that budget is $65 million, and the portion that is represented by the Stormwater Fund is $4.7 million designated for sustainability and environmental.

The Department of Public Works is charged with maintaining the City infrastructure including water and wastewater facilities for the City and ten municipalities; managing a nationally-recognized stormwater management program; providing safe and clean streets; maintaining/improving public buildings and other public facilities; enhancing recreational opportunities in the City’s parks and open spaces; and managing the single hauler trash and recycling program.

The Sustainability and Environment Division (S&E) is responsible for managing the city’s natural resources and its place within the natural environmental context, including the Chesapeake Bay watershed.

Salary range is $77,044 – $123,271 with a competitive benefit package centered around a life/work balance. Residency is not required, but highly desired.

How to Apply

Apply by November 12, 2021, with resume, cover letter and five references to www.GovHRjobs.com to Sarah McKee, Senior Vice President, GovHR USA, 630 Dundee,  #225, Northbrook, IL 60062.

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