Road Superintendent

County of Santa Cruz - Department of Public Works

THE JOB: Under direction, to plan, organize and direct the County road maintenance program; to direct, through subordinate supervisors, the work of a large staff engaged in a wide variety of road maintenance and road repair activities; and to do other work as required. *Effective July 11, 2020, positions in this job classification will be furloughed by 7.5%
THE REQUIREMENTS: Any combination of education and experience that would provide the required knowledge and abilities, is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
Six years of experience in road maintenance or construction work, including two years performing duties comparable to those of a Public Works Supervisor in Santa Cruz County or performing duties which would demonstrate application or possession of the knowledge and abilities listed for Road Superintendent in Santa Cruz County.

Possession of an appropriate California operator’s license issued by the State Department of Motor Vehicles.

HOW TO APPLY: Apply online at or mail/bring an application and supplemental questionnaire to: Santa Cruz County Personnel Department, 701 Ocean Street, Room 510, Santa Cruz, CA 95060. For information, call (831) 454-2600. Hearing Impaired TDD/TTY: 711. Applications will meet the final filing date if received: 1) in the Personnel Department by 5:00 p.m. on the final filing date, 2) submitted online before midnight of the final filing date.   


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