Staff Spotlight - Q&A with Tony Del Castillo, Operations Supervisor
The Operations Supervisor has supervision responsibility for personnel engaged in the maintenance, repair, construction, and operation of the District’s infrastructure.
Learn more about Tony below:
Q: How many years have you been with the District?
A: I have been with the District for 15 years and was recently promoted to the position of Operations Supervisor.
Q: What is your typical workday like at RD1000?
A: A typical workday for me consists of attending project meetings, checking project sites throughout the District, monitoring staff while they are out in the field, and interacting with our constituents. I also inspect our District facilities to ensure everything works properly for the safety of the employees and the public.
Q: What do you love about your job?
A: What I like most about my job is working outdoors and the variation in day-to-day activities.
Q: What is your favorite thing to do outside of work?
A: Outside of work I enjoy hunting and going diving.
Q: What should the community know about the District?
A: I think the one thing that the community should know is that the District maintains around 65,000 acres of land and we do it with a field crew of 8 guys.