SALARY RANGE:  $52,983.63 – $87,423.23


The City of Statesville, population 25,797, is seeking an individual to fill the position of Stormwater Program Manager.  The candidate selected will be responsible for performing complex technical and administrative work leading the coordination, planning, and implementation of activities to support the City’s Storm Water Management Program; supports the Public Works Director to achieve and maintain compliance with the City’s National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Phase 2 Storm Water permit (including Public Education and Outreach, Public Involvement and Participation, Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination, Construction Site Runoff Controls, Post-Construction Site Runoff Controls, and Pollution Prevention and Good Housekeeping for Municipal Operations); implements City and department goals and objectives assigned by the Director; prepares detailed technical and administrative special projects and reports; monitors expenditures authorized in the annual budget and reports findings to the Director; supervises special construction projects per assignment including reading and interpretation of construction plans and specifications; conducts construction plan reviews and Storm Water regulation compliance reviews; inspects Storm Water facilities and BMPs, installations, systems, and new construction for compliance with applicable Storm Water regulations as well as approved construction plans and specifications; responds to and resolves citizen inquiries and complaints concerning Storm Water issues; provides staff assistance to the Director; serves on committees as required; performs related tasks as required.


Requires: Desirable to have a Bachelor’s Degree in the natural or environmental sciences, engineering or a related field from an accredited college or university; desirable to have had three (3) or more years’ experience in an Administrative/Management position in state, municipal or county government; must have experience in Storm Water management or Environmental Services; possession of, or ability to obtain Storm Water BMP Inspection & Maintenance Certification and Storm Water BMP Plan Reviewer Certification issued by North Carolina State University/NCDEQ; possession of a valid N.C. Driver’s License; thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of Municipal Storm Water management; general knowledge of municipal public utility administration and planning; ability to direct and evaluate studies relating to methods to improve operations and efficiency ability to read, interpret, review construction documents including plans, drawings, specifications, contracts, develop RFQ’s and coordinate solicitation; ; or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.