Jobs: Ronald Wastewater: Contract District Administrator

Monday, October 9, 2017

Ronald Wastewater District Administrator,
10-20 hours per week, contract position
Hourly rate, mileage, and expenses

The District will begin considering proposals received on or before Friday, October 13. The District may continue to consider proposals received after October 13 until a contract is awarded.

Ronald Wastewater District is a special purpose district governed by Title 57 of the Revised Code of Washington with offices in Shoreline, Washington. The District provides sewer service within the Shoreline city limits as well as a portion of Snohomish County.  The District is governed by an elected Board of five commissioners, who meet twice a month in the evenings to conduct District business.  Through October 22, 2017, the District has employed 14 employees who perform the administrative, operational and maintenance work of the District. The District has an annual budget of approximately $15.5 million.

The District and City of Shoreline have previously agreed that the City will acquire (assume) the District.  As a transitional step for the next two years (from 10/23/2017 through 10/23/2019), the District’s Board will continue to govern the District and contract with the City of Shoreline to provide maintenance, operations and administrative services for the District.  As of October 23, all current District employees will transition to City employment, while the District retains all property and all non-vehicle equipment.  The exact terms of the District’s relationship with the City are set forth in a Services Agreement.  [Click Here for Link to Services Agreement]

SCOPE OF SERVICES:  The contract District Administrator will provide administrative support to the Board of Commissioners, serve as the District’s liaison with the City of Shoreline and manage the Services Agreement on behalf of the District.  The contract term shall be through October 23, 2019.

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