Supervisor III (Drainage Systems Management) - Surface Water Management in Everett, WA for Snohomish County Surface Water Management
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Supervisor III (Drainage Systems Management) - Surface Water Management
The Snohomish County Surface Water Management (SWM) Division of the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) is looking for a results-oriented Supervisor III to oversee the Drainage Systems Management (DSM) program. The DSM program supervisor oversees the inventory, inspection, and maintenance of the county’s municipal stormwater system (MS4) and regulates existing development for pollution source control. The goals of DSM programs include protecting water quality and reducing flooding, while ensuring compliance with the County’s Phase I stormwater permit (NPDES permit).  Administering ~$4-6 million dollars in annual expenditures across multiple County departments, the supervisor directs, oversees, and mentors a highly competent and professional team of 1


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