Commissioner Public Works Salary in Colorado - State Average

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Average Salary for Commissioner Public Works in Colorado - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Commissioner Public Works in Colorado - State Average is $141,494.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Commissioner Public Works in Colorado - State Average is $68.03.

The average bonus of a(n) Commissioner Public Works in Colorado - State Average is $21,691.00.

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Directs and coordinates activities of city departments of public works and utilities: confers with officials responsible for street and building construction and maintenance, and for supplying water, power, sanitation, or other services to coordinate use of human resources and equipment and to consolidate purchasing requests. Reviews preliminary budgets and adjusts items for conformance to anticipated needs. Attends city council meetings to present budgets, activity reports, and plans for future activities. Confers with suppliers and sellers and places orders for equipment, materials, and supplies. May hire, promote, and discipline employees of departments supervised. Less

Directs and coordinates activities of city departments of public works and utilities: confers with officials responsible for street and building construction and maintenance, and for supplying water, power, sanitation, or other services to coordinate use of human resources and equipment... More

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