Known as the Gateway to the Rockies, the City of Aurora lies on the eastern edge of the Denver-Aurora metropolitan area. The city boasts spectacular views of the Front Range spanning from Pikes Peak to Longs Peak. More than 386,000 residents and 10,000 businesses choose to call Aurora home, making it the third largest city in Colorado and the 54th largest in the United States.
Aurora Water is responsible for the operation and maintenance of over 3,500 miles of potable water, sanitary sewer, and storm drainage systems, 4 potable and reclaimed water treatment plants, dozens of pump and lift stations, and major raw water infrastructure including large diameter waterlines, pump stations, and reservoirs. Though the City covers over 180 square miles, it is only fifty percent developed; therefore, Aurora Water is responsible for major capital projects programs and strong collaboration with the development community to ensure new infrastructure meets the standards and specifications of a quickly growing and well planned out community.
The Aurora Water Engineering Supervisor of Development Review is foundational to support the extensive growth within the city. The position will report to the Engineering Services Manager and be responsible for assisting with developer coordination, coordination with other City departments, staff leadership/coaching/mentoring, master utility study and plan set QA/QC, development and reimbursement agreement review, and development review process improvements and efficiencies. This individual will supervise a team of engineers and technical staff and will be responsible for reviewing development and/or construction submittals and solving complex technical problems.
This is a tremendous opportunity for a dynamic, visionary leader that can motivate and lead a progressive and high-functioning team. The ideal candidate must be a seasoned, experienced, highly competent technical expert with an outstanding track record of working with multi-discipline projects, challenges, and complexities of similar sized organizations. Experience with the Accela software system is highly desirable!
Candidates shall have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in Civil or Environmental Engineering (or directly related field). At least seven (7) years utility (water, wastewater, and stormwater) infrastructure engineering experience with an emphasis on new development. At least ten (10) years utility (water, wastewater, and stormwater) infrastructure engineering experience with an emphasis on new development preferred. Three (3) years of supervisory experience and formal supervisory training is preferred. Utility construction and/or inspection experience preferred.