Reclamation District No. 1000

Reclamation District No. 1000 (RD 1000) has been providing flood protection and public safety to residents, businesses, schools, and agriculture since 1911. We are a Special District formed by the California State Legislature. It is our duty to protect the lives and property in the Natomas Basin from flooding. We maintain 42 miles of levees surrounding Natomas, over 30 miles of large drainage canals, and seven pump stations that collect and pump the stormwater and agricultural runoff back into the adjacent river system. 

The District is governed by a seven-member Board of Trustees elected by the property owners within the Natomas Basin. The District operates under the direction of the District's General Manager who reports directly to the Board of Trustees. The District Superintendent supervises the daily activities of the field crew and reports to the General Manager.

$122,000 - $169,000 yearly
Reclamation District No. 1000 1633 Garden Highway, Sacramento, CA, USA
Nov 24, 2020
Full time
Definition Under general direction, has overall management responsibility over a staff of personnel engaged in the maintenance, repair, construction, and operation of the District’s infrastructure within the boundaries of the District. These facilities include: channels, creeks, ditches, and other waterways; underground pipelines; levees, retention and detention basins; pump stations; and drainage facility appurtenances and drainage facility access roads. Distinguishing Characteristics The Operations Manager is a management level position, distinguished from the Superintendent position by the former's overall breadth and range of management and its greater decision-making authority on policies affecting maintenance, construction, and operation of the drainage assets. Supervision Received and Exercised Incumbents receive general direction from the District’s General Manager and exercises direct and indirect supervision over supervisory, technical, field, and clerical...