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Mar 20, 2018 1:00 PM - 1:45 PM
William (Trey) Job was born in Port Arthur and grew up in Groves, Texas. He enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1994 and received an honorable discharge in 2000. During his service, he received two accommodations for merit and a Navy Achievement Medal for discovering a wiring defect in the A2 Humvee.
Trey rapidly worked his way through the ranks and began a career in water treatment, working for the City of Groves for 15 years. Trey was the Director of the Neighborhood Services Department, which handled divisions such as streets, drainage, wastewater collection, water distribution, and code enforcement. In 2009, he began working for E&D Construction and supervised all the heavy highway concrete paving as a subcontractor for the State of Texas. After a year on the road, Trey returned to what he really loves to do -- local government work. He began a job with the City of Grapeland as the City Administrator, and after two years there, left to become the Director of Public Works for the City of Bastrop in 2012.
Trey holds Class (A) Treatment Licenses in both water and wastewater. Fewer than 300 people in the state hold a Class (A) license in both types of treatment. In 2015, Trey graduated from the Certified Public Managers Program at Texas State University.
As the Managing Director of Public Works & Leisure Services for the City of Bastrop, Trey he is honored to be part of such a great community. By being a leader in sustainable development, Bastrop has the unique opportunity to grow while maintaining its historic charm.