Mark Shea comes to Rutland County Solid Waste District with many years of public management experience varying form a large state organization to local municipal. He has a Masters’ degree in Public Administration (MPA) with a concentration in state and local government management.
Mark has brought many efficiencies to the organization; this has shown to help the organization divert materials from the landfill, and aid in making programs more available and sustainable. Mark enjoys working with member town's, and the numerous other colaborative stakeholders. He also enjoys spending time with family, friends and listening to Vermont Public Radio.
A few, but not limited, duties include:
- Brings to the table technical knowledge, experience, academic training, management expertise, financial management and budgeting, human resources management and workforce engagement, communications and information sharing, cost-effective service delivery techniques, and a dedication to public service.
- Acts as the Chief Administrative Officer responsible for all day-to-day operations of the District.
- Works with the Board of Supervisors to develop effective goals, policy, and programs analysis.
- Keep’s the Board informed of all financial and operational matters.
- Is charged with carrying out the policies established by the Board of Supervisors and with delivering public services efficiently, effectively, and equitably. The Board of Supervisors, in turn, have more time to concentrate on creating a vision for the community’s future.
- Determines goals and performance objectives which determine necessary for proper operations and attainment of the Board’s policy objectives.
- Prepares a comprehensive annual budget and capital improvement program.
- Translates policy and visionary ideas into real results by developing sound approaches to community challenges.
- Maintain political neutrality and put the overall welfare of the community first.
- Aligns the District’s administrative systems with the values, mission, and policy goals defined by the Board of Supervisors.