This position will represent the city in communicate with state regulators, will advise the utility manager and CMO on compliance matters, coordinate with the Environmental Advisory Board, and will be listed as the city representative on state permits. The coordinator will issue notices of violation and fines and may escalate issues for higher level enforcement, fines, and penalties, in concert with CAO and with other departments, as appropriate.

This position will supervise three technical staff, prioritize work, and foster teamwork. Staff supervised will be responsible for SWMP reviews, inspections, spill clean ups, city code updates, contract management, and a range of other functions that support compliance with the state permit.

The Stormwater Utility Coordinator will assist in capital planning, asset management, customer service, and budget development. May be called on to assist in case of flood or emergency response.

NOTE: This position is “outward looking” focusing on coordination with state regulatory, Colorado Stormwater Council, Environmental Advisory Board, and public outreach and education, in addition to managing team and performing supervisory duties. This position will NOT:Be responsible for capital planning
Be responsible for operations and maintenance of the Stormwater infrastructure
Be a floodplain manager for the City of Westminster
The primary staff to lead spill cleanups (but they will oversee those staff)
Do utility locates or supervise utility locates
Lead emergency preparedness and response
Have primary responsibility for responding to local flooding, neighborhood drainage complaints, clogged inlets, etc, except in duties as assigned

The full salary range for this position is stated above. Starting wages are negotiable and dependent on the qualifications and experience of each individual candidate. The City of Westminster offers a bonus of up to $1,500 per year depending on the employee’s fluency in Spanish, Hmong, and/or Laotian.

$70,837 – $88,546 a year

About City of Westminster

The Stormwater Coordinator position is a skilled technical position that handles the day-to-day administration of the City's MS4 Stormwater Compliance program in the areas of program development, planning, public outreach and education, and supervision. Work is performed using independent judgment and is reviewed by the Stormwater Utility Manager. Major activities will be to coordinate regulatory compliance, a construction site inspection program, a permanent infrastructure inspection program, municipal facility compliance oversight, spill response and illegal dumping code enforcement and internal staff training as required by the Clean Water Act