The Capital Engineering Manager has day-to-day responsibility for the management and operations of the capital program group of the Public Works Department. The Capital Engineering Manager uses considerable independent judgment and discretion in staff supervision, program administration and implementation, budgetary and financial control, work planning, scheduling, and overseeing public infrastructure development, construction and maintenance functions. Work is performed personally or through subordinate staff.
Bainbridge Island is a non-charter code city serving a resident population of approximately 23,000. The municipal government employs approximately 130 people to deliver $25 million in annual services excluding debt and capital expenses. The City is structured as a council-manager form of government. Like its neighboring cities, Bainbridge Island delivers a variety of public safety, street maintenance, and basic utility services.