Dublin San Ramon Services District (DSRSD) is accepting candidates to be the district's new general manager after its former leader retired in November.
DSRSD, a water and wastewater retailer to parts of the Tri-Valley, has posted the requirements for the general manager position through its website.
The district is paying Ralph Andersen & Associates $28,500 to conduct the search for a new general manager throughout the Western U.S. The fee includes all recruitment services and related expenses, including handling screening of candidates, selecting a top group of candidates for the board's consideration and facilitating interviews between candidates and the board, DSRSD spokeswoman Renee Olsen said.
The position will be advertised through Jan. 22, interviews will be conducted during February and March and a general manager is expected to be selected by early April, she said.
The district is searching for a new general manager after Bert Michalczyk retired Nov. 2 after 14 years as the district's general manager.
John Archer, the district's administrative services manager, has been working as interim general manager since November. He had overseen the district's financial services since the beginning of 2015.
The annual salary range is $216,896-$271,988, and the district's board will negotiate a salary with the selected candidate, agency officials said.
To learn more about the general manager position or how to apply, visit the DSRSD website.
DSRSD provides water service to Dublin and the Dougherty Valley as well as sewer service in parts of San Ramon, Dublin and Pleasanton.