The Pleasanton Weekly reports:
The Dublin San Ramon Services District board of directors has appointed a new engineering services manager to fill the vacancy left by Dan McIntyre’s promotion to general manager.
CWEA member Judy Zavadil, who was selected during the board’s July 19 meeting, has 28 years of civil engineering experience, including the past nine at DSRSD, where she previously served as its supervisor of the Capital Improvement and Asset Management Division as well as a principal engineer.
“I’m thrilled to be in the new position,” Zavadil said. “We’re a little district but we do an awful lot. I’m excited to be working with the general manager and board continuing what we’ve been doing.”
As engineering services manager, Zavadil oversees planning, permitting, asset management, capital improvements and clean water and water conservation programs.
DSRSD, which provides sewer service to Pleasanton by contract, saw its top engineering position become vacant in April when McIntyre was promoted to general manager. A three-month nationwide recruitment process netted 31 applicants, eight of whom received a first interview. Three were interviewed a second time before McIntyre selected Zavadil as the top candidate for board consideration.