Assistant General Manager

Saint Paul Regional Water Services
Saint Paul, MN

Salary: $114,836.80 - $156,811.20 annually


Saint Paul Regional Water Services (SPRWS) is looking to hire an Assistant General Manager.  SPRWS provides drinking water and related services to the City of Saint Paul in addition to several surrounding suburban communities including Maplewood, West Saint Paul, Lauderdale, Falcon Heights, and Mendota Heights. Water is provided on a wholesale basis to the cities of Roseville and Little Canada.

The Assistant General Manager reports directly to the General Manager and will oversee many department wide functions including safety, security, emergency response, human resources, and business improvement initiatives. The position also works closely with the General Manager in overseeing all operational, planning and support activities of the department. The position will direct all day to day department functions in the absence of the General Manager.

Our City:

The City of Saint Paul is Minnesota's capital city and the 2nd largest city in our state with a population of more than 300,000. We are home to a diverse group of residents who speak over 125 languages and dialects. We have more than 170 parks and open spaces, and more shoreline on the Mississippi River than any other city.

We are at an exciting time in our history: our population has increased by 24,000 people over the past decade, and across our city, we are experiencing growth and change. This presents an enormous opportunity for the future of our city, but also requires that we work to ensure everyone in our community can participate in the benefits of Saint Paul's growing prosperity. That is why we are committed to ensuring our public services and our entire city works for all of us.


A Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Biological Sciences, Public Administration, Business Administration, Water Resources, Environmental Management, or a closely related field and seven years of responsible, professional supervisory and administrative experience in a public utility.

An advanced degree in a closely related field may be substituted for two years of the required experience.

 No substitution is allowed for the Bachelor's Degree.

 Must possess and maintain a valid Minnesota Class D Driver's License, or equivalent out-of-state driver's license.