Job Listing Overview

Summary: Under general supervision of the Public Works Director/City Engineer directs, leads,
manages, and coordinates complex and technically challenging capital improvement and departmental
operational projects from establishment of scope through completion. Plans and coordinates the staff
and activities of one or more major divisions of the City’s Public Works Department, in accordance with
all city, state, federal rules, regulations and procedures.
Essential Job Functions: The following duties ARE NOT intended to serve as a comprehensive list of
all duties performed by all employees in this classification, only to provide a summary of the major duties
and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required
to perform additional, position-specific duties.
 Prepares requests for proposals/qualifications, manages the consultant selection process, prepares
contracts for outside professional services and construction services, makes recommendations to
the Public Works Director for the project delivery method, attends meetings, reviews plans and cost
estimates, makes technical decisions and recommendations to consultants, coordinates with
various departments, and prepares plans and specifications for a variety of capital improvement
 Prepares status reports, and presents project status information to Department Director, City
Manager, and/or Council. Prepares Council Action Forms (COAC) and presents to Council.
 Facilitates the advancement of complex projects through various phases of implementation. Plans,
organizes, and administers project designs and construction contracts; and monitors process of
contracting services, schedules, and meetings. Prepares project budgets and schedules.
 Meets with City staff, consultants, and other stakeholders to determine project scope of work and
requirements to meet and conform to City standards. Communicates with the general public,
contractors, consultants, other City employees, vendors, management, public officials, and others
to successfully complete the project.
 Organizes public meetings to solicit input for development/design of projects.
 Communicates with the public to provide proper information regarding planned projects and projects
currently underway.
 Coordinates and directs the daily activities of one or more major divisions within the Public Works
Department; coordinates and schedules staff, vehicles and equipment; reviews the work of assigned
staff to assure the work quality and timely accomplishment of assigned duties and responsibilities;
works with employees to correct performance deficiencies.
 Plans, organizes, and supervises division operations, maintenance and construction activities;
provides leadership to assure effective resource allocation and that services are provided in
alignment with the city’s strategic objectives.
 Reviews development plans, assists in project planning, and forecasts manpower, materials,
equipment and resource requirements.
 Assists work group supervisors to assure efficient operations and cost-effective practices.
 Plans and schedules projects and assigns crews and equipment; supervises activities, and inspects
jobsites to assure work quality and effective use of resources.
 Conducts inspections of projects; assures that jobsites and program activities are in compliance
with all city, state, federal laws, regulations, policies and safety standards.
 Manages the collection, analysis and reporting of operational, budget and financial data; develops
technical estimates of a specialized nature in connection with various projects; assures effective
communications with state and regional agencies on project planning and coordination.
 Coordinates a variety of administrative activities including employee scheduling, personnel action
forms, payroll reporting, requisitions, and report processing.
 Investigates public complaints regarding the operations of the department or division and provides
 Maintains cooperative working relations with outside agencies such as ADEQ, ADWR, CAP,
PINAL AMA, CAWCD, CAG, ADOT, Pinal County, SCMPO and other utility companies; serves as
liaison between various organizations and agencies; serves on committees, task forces and
other groups to plan and coordinate public works and municipal services programs.
 Works cooperatively with all divisions of the Public Works Department and other city departments
to accomplish department and citywide goals as provided through the City Manager and the City
 Coordinates agreements and/or obligations between the city and other agencies including ADEQ,
ADWR, CAP, Pinal AMA, CAWCD and other utility companies.
 Review and develop staff capabilities through annual reviews, educational opportunities, and other
appropriate means consistent with division strategies to accomplish goals.
 Manages, plans, organizes, directs and evaluates all activities within the streets, vehicle
maintenance, and landfill staff of the public works department, which includes but not limited to:
Streets: roadway sweeping, shoulder maintenance, unimproved roadway and alley maintenance,
herbicide application, bridge maintenance, natural drainage way structures and channels
maintenance, asphalt and concrete maintenance, pavement management, drainage inspection,
sidewalk and concrete inspection, pavement condition inspection, pavement construction
inspection, signs and markings.
Vehicle Maintenance: vehicle and equipment maintenance and repair
Landfill: daily landfill activities for the scale house, landfill, and roll off bin transfer area, maintain
compliance requirements for the landfill and for ADEQ aquifer protection permit.
 Performs administrative and managerial work, including preparing budgets, designing preventive
maintenance programs and automated maintenance operations systems to control and monitor
maintenance costs while effectively managing equipment and employee resources.
 Utilizes a G.I.S. and pavement management system to accurately budget and plan for effective
pavement maintenance. Prepares, justifies and administers budgets; and monitors contracts for
compliance. Develops and administers design, construction and maintenance standards for areas
of responsibility.
 Determines maintenance responsibility for roadway and drainage rights of way and easements.
 Responsible for environmental compliance relating to road and drainage systems. Selects
maintenance equipment and provides annual data report for environmental compliance.
 Responsible for coordination, notification and complaint resolution arising from major street
resurfacing projects.
 Determines and implements long- and short-range objectives for street, landfill, and vehicle
maintenance operations.
 Responds to special maintenance requests.
 Supervises and coordinates the activities of the staff including training, scheduling, hiring
recommendations, written performance evaluations. Works with employees to correct deficiencies
and, if necessary, recommends disciplinary action.
 Reviews cost accounting reports to determine effectiveness and efficiency of operations.
 Prepares and presents reports and recommendations to the Public Works Director, City Manager
and City Council.
 Performs other duties as assigned or required.
Knowledge and Skills:
 Knowledge of City policies and procedures.
 Knowledge of the principles, practices and methods of project and administrative management,
including budgeting, planning, bid specifications and records management.
 Knowledge of ADEQ, ADWR, MUTCD City of Eloy and MAG standards and specifications,
Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices, and OSHA safety rules and regulations.
 Knowledge of public works project planning, contracting and management methods.
 Knowledge of procedures and techniques for evaluating construction contract compliance.
 Knowledge of federal, state and city policies, procedures, codes, regulations and ordinances
related to public works operations and projects.
 Knowledge of the materials, methods and techniques commonly used in public works construction
and maintenance operations.
 Knowledge of occupational hazards and safety precautions.
 Knowledge of hazardous material handling and communication standards.
 Skill in analyzing issues, evaluating alternatives, and making logical recommendations based on
 Skill in interpreting and applying department standards and procedures, federal and state rules
and regulations, and City policies and procedures.
 Skill in effectively supervising, leading and delegating tasks and authority.
 Skill in preparing reports and checking designs, details, estimates, plans, and specifications of
public works projects.
 Skill in working under pressure of deadlines, and establishing and maintaining cooperative
working relationships with City employees, officials, other agencies and the general public.
 Skill in promoting and enforcing safe work practices.
 Skill in reading and understanding blue prints and technical specifications.
 Skill in operating a personal computer utilizing a variety of business software.
 Skill in verbal and written communications.
 Skill in creating and presenting presentations to committees
Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in public
administration, civil engineering, mechanical engineering, or a related field AND seven (7) years working
experience in a public works, engineering, maintenance, or related field, including two years of
management experience; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Must maintain a valid State of Arizona driver’s license.
The job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to
change by the employer as needed.


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About City of Eloy, Arizona

Eloy is a multifaceted community with
numerous housing options, great industrial parks
and sites and one of the most desirable locations
in Arizona. We are located midway between
Phoenix and Tucson and half way between
Southern California and West Texas. Eloy is less
than one hour from two of the Southwest’s
busiest airports, Sky Harbor International in
Phoenix and Tucson International. Its own
municipal airport is home to one of the largest
sky diving centers in the U.S., Skydive Arizona™.
For over 100 years, Eloy’s economy has
been based on agriculture. However, as times
change, so has Eloy. The focus now is industry,
warehousing, transportation and interstate
commerce that can share the stage with
agriculture. Agriculture has also evolved, with
new technology that more efficiently utilizes
precious water resources ensuring both water
quality and quantity for the next phase of Eloy’s
growth. An example is Bridgestone, which has
been growing guayule, a low water consumptive
crop that can be used in the manufacture of tires
with the by products used as a feed crop and soil
enhancer. Guayule is only one of the innovative
steps supported by Eloy for a prosperous future.
Eloy is also home to Otto Industries, Schuff
Steel, Republic Plastics, Vext Science and
Bayer among many other great employers.
Now, a new technology is starting to form
Eloy’s future with the advent of the modern
EVs or Electric Vehicles. Both Lucid Motors
and Nikola Motor Company have made this
area their manufacturing home and as such
have generated a welcome influx of supplier
industries. This increased employment has, in
turn started a housing boom for everything
from affordable housing to executive housing
— in other words, something for everyone!
Fortunately, Eloy is in a position to

Eloy’s elected leaders have provided the vision
to attract a team of professionals dedicated to
the principles of sustainable and responsible
growth to enhance existing and new community
investment. Eloy is the best place to grow or
establish your foothold for the future. Eloy, at the
Intersection of Value, Location and Opportunity.