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Hillsborough County Government

Manager Safety & Training (#MGRSATUNM4) UNM4
$35.05-$56.07 Hourly / $6,075.33-$9,718.80 Monthly / $72,904.00-$116,625.60 Yearly


Performs general executive-level managerial / administrative duties utilizing directive authority across the Departmental Staff and Operating Groups, and uses the Department's miscellaneous engineering / consulting contracts consistent with approved funding levels to accomplish position requirements related to strategic / operational planning and organizational readiness. General duties include planning, coordinating, supervising, communicating and directing appropriate actions to accomplish position responsibilities. All plans, programs and property transactions must be compliant with State and Federal regulatory guidelines, and conform to the tenets of the Utility's Bond Covenants and Hillsborough County's policy guidelines.


A 4-year bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university preferably focused on business or related disciplines, or equivalent education and experience.

Requires senior-level management experience in a complex, multi-faceted environment, including at least 7 years of leadership and senior-level management experience.

Valid Florida Driver’s License.


Works in the office, in the field, and attends meetings at various locations, generally 40 hours per week, Monday through Friday, with some weekend work. May be required to work additional hours in order to meet deadlines and handle workload, or in time of emergencies.

Light work - Exerting up to 20 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects.  If the use of arm and/or leg control requires exertion of forces greater than that of sedentary work and if the worker sits most of the time, the job is considered light work.


Applicant must be able to walk various facilities, plants and construction sites.

Typical desk job activities.


Direct and supervise staff and functions, including the development, monitoring and reporting of performance objectives for group activities, implement performance management practices, determine staffing level, prepare personnel evaluations, and related documents, etc.

Establish level of service, direct completion of monthly facility/team budget summaries, review management of budget by staff, direct preparation of annual budget for operations, maintenance, fleet, computer systems, personnel, and facilities, etc.

Reviews and updates the departmental Vulnerability Assessment and supporting emergency response plans annually while ensuring that they reflect the guidelines of the Public Health Security and Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act of 2002.

Updates departmental Emergency Response Plans annually and ensures Group compliance to include staffing of the departmental emergency operations facility; and ensures the availability of required communications capability to efficiently manage emergency operations; annually updates and ensures relevancy of the departmental Continuity of Operations Plan.

Develops and maintains the comprehensive data base / management system for the accountability and management of departmental real property, structures, facility maintenance, major structural repairs and structural renovation, and manages the requests for office furnishings for structures across our 18 operating sites and 200 operating / administrative structures.

Develops and manages the departmental Safety Program to include reportable at-fault accidents and / or injuries in the workplace.

Oversees personnel support, departmental training, change management, and administrative processes in support of the Department's personnel, their professional development and the enhancement of efficient operation.

Represents the organization at interdepartmental and intergovernmental meetings, and represents the Department Director as required.

Other duties as assigned.


Critical Thinking: Work is broad in scope and requires a high degree of analytical ability and critical thinking to manage organizational readiness and emergency preparedness.

Decision Making: Highly Complex. Independent judgment is required to recommend departmental or County objectives, evaluate new approaches to problem solving, and assess changing facts or conditions.

Communication: Extensive communication with internal and external contacts requires excellent oral and written communication skills. Involves considerable tact, discretion, and collaborative skills to obtain cooperation of others.

Strategic Planning: One to five years: Plan for current year activities with a longer term strategic vision of operational needs.

Managerial/Operational Skills: Proven commitment to team building; a track record of improving efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery.

Leadership: Highly visible role that requires sound ethical and professional conduct. Ensures that Departmental and County goals are pursued. Builds capabilities to support Departmental success.

Background Clearances required:  Maintain the ability to pass the background checks required for the position. These background checks may include but are not limited to: Criminal History Background Check using Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS), Level 1 and Level 2 Background screening (Ch. 435 Florida Statutes), Child Abuse, Abandonment and Neglect Record Check using the State Automated Child Welfare Information System (SACWIS) and Sex Offender and Sexual Predator record check using the list maintained by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE)

CLASS: MGRSATUNM4; EST: 10/8/2018; REV: ;