American River Flood Control District is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and makes employmnet decisions on the basis of merit. District policy prohibits unlawful discrimination based on race, color, creed, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientiton, natinal origin or ancestry, religion, marital status, military service, pregnancy, physical or mental disabilty, medical condition, including genetic characteristics, or any other consideration made unlawful by applicable federal, state, or local laws.
Current Available Positions:
Under general direction within a framework of broad District policies and procedures, the Superintendent plans, organizes, manages and supervises the operation, maintenance and development of District levees and flood control systems; responds in emergencies to system operating failures; individually and as a member of a team, patrols District’s levees and flood control systems to identify maintenance and repair needs and potential health and safety hazards and determines the appropriate course of action; participates in long range capital improvement planning; establishes operating policies and procedures for the maintenance unit and participates in the development of District policies; provides information relevant to the development of the annual operating budget for the Maintenance unit; oversees the policies and procedures to establish and maintain a safe work environment for field personnel; provides worker safety and technical training on an ongoing basis; ensures that field activities are in compliance with federal, state and local environmental regulations; ensures the safety of the District facilities; ensures hazardous materials compliance per County of Sacramento regulations; administers the Biennial Inspection of Terminal program; ensures air quality compliance of the fleet per various regulatory standards; supplies the California Department of Water Resources with biannual levee inspections; coordinates with contractors and issues temporary use permits for access and activities on District levees; maintains the flood fight supplies inventory; interfaces with the general public, especially residents adjacent to the levee; attends meetings as required by the General Manager; participates in the annual performance evaluation of the Field Supervisor; provides advice and consultation to the General Manager and Board of Trustees regarding system operations, maintenance and development; performs special projects as assigned, and other work as required from time to time. Position requires possession and maintenance of a commercial Class A Driver’s license and a Qualified Applicator’s Certificate issued by the California Department of Pesticide Regulation. As with all District employment, the Superintendent’s position is at-will.
Compensation:ARFCD 23-24 Pay Rate Schedule.pdf