Dublin San Ramon Services District, which provides wastewater treatment to Pleasanton, has hired two senior managers to oversee engineering and administration, filling openings created when three members of its management team retired in 2013.
Livermore's public works director Daniel McIntyre has joined the agency as engineering services manager, effective Feb. 18. John Arches has been promoted from DSRSD interim financial services manager to administrative services manager, a new position that will oversee financial services, human resources, customer service and information systems.
"These seasoned executives bring valuable experience and insight to the district," said general manager Bert Michalczyk.
"Dan McIntyre has a diverse background, with a passion for water and wastewater engineering, and well-developed working relationships throughout the Tri-Valley," Michalczyk said.
"John Archer has a long track record of managing the district's complex budget and financial affairs," he added. "He is an able communicator who works effectively with staff and the community."
The consolidation reduces the district's senior management team from five to four.
McIntyre has been with the city of Livermore for almost all of his 25-year career. As public works director since 2003, he managed city operations for wastewater, potable and recycled water, storm drains, vehicles, street and landscape maintenance, airport and golf courses, as well as contracted solid waste and recycling services.
He joined Livermore's engineering division in 1990 and became city engineer in 2000.
McIntyre has a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from Cal Poly at San Luis Obispo and a Master's degree in public administration from Cal State East Bay.
Archer joined DSRSD in May 2002 as accounting supervisor. In 2013, he was named interim financial services manager, responsible for accounting, rate studies, budgets, long-term planning, customer service and billing, and information technology.
He was previously a toy manufacturer, and has 35 years of experience in finance, including as a certified public accountant in Louisiana.
He has a bachelor's degree in accounting from Spring Hill College in Alabama.