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Energy and Climate Division Director

Dover DE

Recruitment #041917-MUPA05-400100

Closing Date 6/21/2017 11:59:00 PM

 

Summary Statement

This position is responsible for developing and implementing the Energy Division’s programmatic and budgetary policies, priorities, and functional plans in order to achieve the DNREC mission. Represents the Department at national, regional, statewide and local meetings and special events, and may serve on both national and statewide councils/committees. Directs and manages professional and administrative staff as well as consultants in the development and implementation of complex Climate and Energy programs and Departmental goals and objectives. In addition, for at least the first six months, the Division will pilot combining the roles and functions of Delaware Coastal Programs, currently located in the Office of the Secretary, with the Division of Energy and Climate. Delaware Coastal Programs manages, protects and monitors the state's coastal resources through the administration of the Delaware Coastal Management Program and the Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve (DNERR). All Division Directors are expected to embrace a LEAN culture of continuous process improvement. Directs the preparation of, and has responsibility for, an annual operating budget of $5-10M. The Division Director is an exempt position and serves at the pleasure of the Governor and DNREC’s Cabinet Secretary. The Division Director reports to the Secretary, through the Deputy Secretary, and is responsible for managing 25 people in the Energy and Climate Division, including one Administrator and two managers. In addition, for a minimum of a 6 month pilot period, the Division Director will be responsible for managing 19 full time employees and up to 5 part time staff for Delaware Coastal Programs with an Administrator and two managers.

 

Essential Functions

Essential functions are fundamental, core functions common to all position in the class series and are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all job duties for any one position in the class. Since class specifications are descriptive and not restrictive, incumbents can complete job duties of similar kind not specifically listed here.

Provides daily administrative and technical guidance to subordinate staff to insure the effective operation of the division.

Insures compliance with all federal, state and agency rules, regulations, policies and procedures concerning fiscal activities, contracts administration, Personnel/Merit system policies and budgets.

Analyzes and evaluates all administrative functions and activities, develops new systems and procedures as deemed appropriate.

Represents the Department at national, regional, statewide and local meetings and special events, and may serve on both national and statewide councils/committees.

Directs and manages professional and administrative staff as well as consultants in the development and implementation of complex Climate and Energy programs and Departmental goals and objectives.

Coordinates short and long term planning for the administrative unit to ensure the ability to maintain cost effective, efficient operations.

Develops solutions and provides recommendations, guidance and direction to management/officials in accomplishing organizational and operational goals and objectives and identifying and resolving issues.

Provides in-depth review, analysis and recommendations regarding critical or complex environmental issues.

 

Job Requirements

Applicants must have education, training and/or experience demonstrating competence in each of the following areas:

Experience in energy policy, renewable energy or energy efficiency practices.

Experience in establishing goals, objectives and priorities in accordance with an organization's overall mission.

Experience in policy administration which includes planning, developing, implementing and evaluating policies and procedures.

Experience in strategic planning which includes planning and mapping a path between the present and future usually for three to five years by determining key objectives, how to accomplish the key objectives, what strategies should be used, what activities would contribute to accomplishing the key objectives and developing performance measures to gauge and report progress or success.

Experience in operations management which includes planning, directing, coordinating, controlling, and evaluating operations typically through subordinate supervisors.

Experience in financial administration such as comprehensive analysis of programs, budgets, projects, services, alternatives, and costs; financial planning, revenue generation, revenue forecasting, expenditure forecasting, cash flow management and establishing internal control.

Knowledge in climate change science and impact assessment.

Knowledge of Coastal or Marine Policy.

Knowledge of LEAN, Six Sigma or continuous process improvement.

 

Conditions of Hire

Applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States. DNREC does not provide sponsorship for holders of H-1 B Visas.

 

Apply: http://www.dnrec.delaware.gov/Pages/Employment.aspx

Posted May 10, 2017



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