Collier County Government
Field Supervisor of Aquatics and Irrigation
June 2006 — Present
Responsible for all county aquatic facilities, irrigation systems and the crews. Prepare annual maintenance contracts for the department. Review estimates of manpower, material, equipment, production costs, performance requirements, and delivery schedules to ensure completeness and accuracy. Review, log, classify, and plan work; assign work orders for in-house crews or contractors; monitor progress of work; manage stakeholder/customer contacts, and follow projects through to completion. Prepare reports, processes and duties such as general maintenance, repair tasks, work efforts, special events/programs. Review plans, designs, and specifications to ascert in code compliance and ability to meet and maintain project goals; make recommendations and communicate with affected parties. Establish and maintain contact with contractors and consultants to ensure the smooth working of the contract process and delivery of contract requirements. Coordinate and consult with other city or county agencies to include correspondence and follow-up on joint matters including permitting processes. Prepare bid requests; review bids for conformity with contract requirements; recommend award to Purchasing Department; assist with validation and negotiation of amendments and/or extensions with the Purchasing Department and contractors. Compile data for preparing estimates, reconcile pay requests; recommend payments. Monitor field inspection of contracts to ensure compliance with plans, specifications, schedule, testing, permits, and ordinances; investigates special concerns and requests for change orders regarding design and construction. Respond to citizen concerns; prepare written reports and maintains internal files. Assist with general office duties and performs routine administrative tasks that may include ordering supplies, processing paperwork, research, scheduling meetings, creating agendas, and record-keeping.