General Manager

Management
Full-time
Pasadena Water & Power
7/31/2022

The City of Pasadena is about ten miles northeast of downtown L.A. at the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, with a residential population of 144,000 and a daytime population of 250,000. Pasadena Water & Power Department (PWP) is a community-owned utility supplying water and electricity to Pasadena and nearby areas. The General Manager (GM) reports to the City Manager and is supported by 419 employees and a $292.9 million FY2023 budget. 

The GM will be a public executive with demonstrated leadership and well-versed in all aspects of running an efficient and high performing department. Experience in both utilities is not required, however, the size and importance of the department in Pasadena warrants exceptional leadership and people management skills.

Any combination of experience and education that ensures acceptable job performance will be considered qualifying. Typically includes five years of progressively complex industry management experience and a Bachelor’s degree. Sophisticated and current industry knowledge required. Public sector experience desirable.

Salary range $244,000 - $305,000 DOQE, with competitive benefits. For additional information and to apply visit www.tbcrecruiting.com. Recruitment closes Sunday, July 31, 2022.

Tina White  ●  619.948.1786
TERI BLACK & COMPANY, LLC
www.tbcrecruiting.com
 

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