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Position Opening in Washington State

Does the following energize you?

  • Providing leadership that is committed to innovation, sustainability, collaboration, and diversity.
  • Working to resolve complex, sensitive and publicly visible environmental public health issues involving a wide variety of stakeholders.
  • Building and sustaining strong strategic partnership that ensures that everyone in Washington has access to safe and reliable drinking water.

If yes, then this opportunity is for you!  The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) — Division of Environmental Public Health, Office of Drinking Water — is searching for an innovative and collaborative leader to fill the position of Deputy Director, Central Services.

Reporting to the Office Director for the Office of Drinking Water, the Deputy Director is responsible for managing the office’s Central Services Team, overseeing five sections (Water Quality & Data Management, Communications and Outreach, Fiscal/Contracts, State Revolving Loan Program, and Grants & Loans), that span multiple statewide program and service areas of the drinking water program that apply to over 4,200 Group A and 13,000 Group B public water systems.  This individual is responsible for team of 34 and directly supervises a staff of seven.  The Central Services team manages the Office’s $230 million biennial capital and operating budget, over $800 million in drinking water infrastructure loans, 105.5 FTE allotments, and all associated financial programs.

To obtain a copy of the position announcement that includes the “Application Process”, visit http://tinyurl.com/DOH3039, or contact Cher.Williams@doh.wa.gov(360) 236-4545.
All required application material must be received by January 6, 2016.  The DOH is an Equal Opportunity Employer.