The City of Santa Barbara is currently looking for a Water Utility Supervisor. The position is responsible for the supervision, assignment and review of staff work in the Utility Billing and Customer Service function in the Finance Department. The pay ranges from $66,441 – $80,760 annually.
Water utility billing supervisors earned average annual salaries of $54,000, according to data from the job site Indeed.com. From the site, their salaries are usually contingent upon budget restrictions and rates allowed by the local government. Experience and location also factor into salaries.
This full-time position comes with a bevy of great benefits, listed below:
- The City is a member of the Coastal Housing Partnership, which offers home loan assistance and rental reductions.
- 9/80: Standard Citywide 9/80 work schedule with closures on alternate Fridays.
- Flexwork/Telecommuting is available.
- Vacation is accrued at 120 hours / year, increasing with City service.
- Management Leave (40 hours) is provided each July 1st (pro-rated the first year).
- Personal Leave (32 hours) is provided each July 1st (pro-rated the first year).
- Sick leave is accrued at the rate of 96 hours / year. Also, after 5 years accrue 16 hours / year up to 240 hours max in non-replenishable bank.
- Holidays: 10 holidays (80 hours) are observed / year.
- Retirement: PERS Miscellaneous, 2.7% @ 55; City employees contribute 6.673% of salary (pre-tax) towards their retirement. PERS Safety, 3% @ 50; the City contributes 100%. The City does not participate in Social Security.
- Insurance including medical, dental and vision benefits is available under a group plan. Cafeteria 125 Plan: The City will contribute $1,560 / month. The employee distributes this money toward the various cafeteria plan options.
- Life Insurance: City-paid term life insurance (1 x annual salary) is provided.
- Employee Assistance Program: A City-paid EAP is available for employees and members of their household.
- Long-term Disability Insurance is provided. Short-term Disability Insurance is available.
- Deferred Compensation Savings Plans (457) are available to employees through a deferred compensation program.
- Uniform allowance will be provided by the City to those employees required to wear a uniform.
- Employee must pay an amount equal to 1.45% of salary toward Medicare. An equal amount is paid by the City.