Delta Diablo - Human Resources and Risk Manager
Boucher Law is pleased to be retained by Delta Diablo to conduct a recruitment for its Human Resources and Risk Manager position. Delta Diablo has a career opportunity for an exceptionally talented and motivated Human Resources and Risk Manager to participate as a key player providing highly complex staff assistance to the General Manager and the Executive Management Team in support of the District mission. This division-level management position is responsible for managing the activities of the District’s Human Resources and Risk management functions, including employee and labor relations, recruitment and selection, classification and compensation, employee benefits administration, leave management, training and development, performance management, policy development, workers’ compensation, and liability insurance coverages.
The District is seeking an individual proficient in a comprehensive range of human resources and risk management activities, including analyzing, organizing, and implementing initiatives related to the full range of human resources functions, which requires independent judgment, initiative, and communication skills to inform senior management and other department managers. The candidate will have a key role on the District’s labor negotiation team. The candidate must possess the ability to use discretion to work with confidential and sensitive information on a regular basis.
Delta Diablo (formerly Delta Diablo Sanitation District) is an innovative California special district that provides wastewater resource recovery services for over 215,000 customers in the cities of Antioch and Pittsburg, and the unincorporated community of Bay Point. These services include secondary treatment of wastewater; production and distribution of recycled water; pollution prevention activities; beneficial use of biosolids as a soil amendment at land application sites; street sweeping; and household hazardous waste collection. Delta Diablo owns and operates a water resource recovery facility (WRRF) that provides secondary treatment for an average wastewater flow of 13 million gallons per day (MGD) and tertiary treatment for approximately 6 MGD to produce recycled water for use at two local power plants, a golf course, and schools. The District continues to be recognized as a “Utility of the Future” by the National Association of Clean Water Agencies for its outstanding industry leadership and progressive commitment to innovation, resource recovery, and “cutting-edge” practices.