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•If you have a job opening that you would like to post, please email the job description and how to apply to kfenton@erwow.org. if you are a member of our association this is a free service, if you are not a member we charge $50.00 to post your job opening and will leave it up until you ask us to remove it or the application deadline has passed.

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General Manager

Sallal Water Association
Posted September 5, 2018

Salary: $80,000 - $115,000

For a complete position profile and to apply online, visit Prothman at http://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments." For questions, call 206-368-0050.

Located 30 miles east of Seattle along Interstate 90, the Sallal Water Association is headquartered in the City of North Bend, Washington. The Association serves roughly 5,000 residents surrounding the City of North Bend. The Sallal Water Association is a nonprofit, consumer-owned cooperative which is administered by a seven-member Board of Trustees. The Association provides potable water to about 1,700 connections, and currently supplies around 190 million gallons of water each year. The Association has a 2018 budget of roughly $2 million, and staff currently consists of an interim Operations Manager, a Water System Operator, an Office Manager, an Accountant, and three on-call field crew positions. The Association also utilizes a number of consultants.

Under the direction of the Board of Trustees, the General Manager will manage the team of employees and consultants to provide technical expertise to support the requirements of planning, engineering, budget and rate development, project development, and implementation.

A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in engineering, water resources, hydrology, geology, or environmental science, and a Water System Manager credential is required. 6-10 years of progressively responsible managerial experience, including supervisory and project management is required. (Please see the complete position profile for additional requirements.)

The Sallal Water Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review: October 7, 2018 (open until filled).


Utility Systems Supervisor

City of Longview
Posted September 5, 2018

$4,736 - $6,089 per month, plus excellent benefits package

Longview, Washington (pop. 36,000) is located in Southwest Washington along the scenic Columbia River Basin nestled between Portland, OR and Seattle, WA. Longview is a comfortable and affordable community with close proximity to larger city amenities as well as abundant outdoor recreational activities in the Cascade Mountains, Pacific beaches, and numerous rivers and lakes.

Position information: Responsible for performing formal supervisory duties for one or more Utility Systems crews that could include: evaluating employee performance; overseeing operations, repairs and replacements of the Utility Systems infrastructure; inspecting residential and commercial water and sewer connections; assisting the manager with planning and scheduling jobs; and preparing requisitions for necessary supplies and equipment.
Supervises staff, to include: prioritizing and assigning work; conducting performance evaluations; ensuring staff are trained; ensuring that employees follow policies and procedures; maintaining a healthy and safe working environment; and, making hiring, termination, and disciplinary recommendations.

Oversees repairs, replacements, and maintenance performed on water treatment and distribution and sewer collection components including mains, meters, valves, hydrants, pumps and lift stations, chemical storage and handling, and control systems; assists subordinates as needed.

Oversees programs such as cross connection control, distribution system sampling, hydrant flushing, and sewer pretreatment; ensures all facilities are operated and maintained in a safe and efficient manner; ensures that reports are generated and accurate.

Inspects residential water and sewer connections to ensure contractors are meeting city standards.

Minimum requirements: High School Diploma or GED; and 5-7 years of wastewater collection, water distribution, or water treatment operation and maintenance experience; and at least one year of leadership experience. Leadership experience may be demonstrated by employment responsibilities and/or non-work related responsibilities.

Licensing Requirements:
Water Distribution Manager II Certification
Water Distribution Manager III Certification (or ability to obtain within 12 months)
Wastewater Collection Specialist I Certification
Wastewater Collection Specialist II Certification (or ability to obtain within 12 months)
First Aid/CPR Certification
Flagging Card
Forklift Operator License
Valid Driver's License
Cross Connection Specialist Certification (or ability to obtain within 6 months)
Water Treatment Plant Operator Certification (preferred for water quality group)

For more information about this career opportunity and to apply, visit our website, https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/longviewwa Open until filled with next review of applications the week of 9/17/18. ADA/EEO/WLAD/Drug-Free Workplace.


Utility Technician II

City of Royal City
Posted September 5, 2018

The City of Royal City is seeking to fill the position of Utility Technician II

The hourly wage range for this position is $18.00 to $23.66. Starting pay will be based on qualification at time of hire.
Closing date for accepting applications for this position is close of business 10/01/2018 or until filled.

Applications will not be accepted by Fax or e-mail.

Under supervision of the Public Works Director, this position is primarily responsible for the operation and maintenance of the wastewater treatment plant, including laboratory and field analyses, and preparing the monthly wastewater report per State discharge permit. Other duties include, but are not limited to, operating light and heavy equipment, performing installation and repair of water distribution lines and sewer collection lines, maintaining roadways and alleys, performing landscape maintenance, weed abatement, snow removal, and traffic control. May also assist with garbage collection and recycling programs and perform other duties as assigned.

The successful candidate for this position must have, strong math skills applicable to water and/or wastewater operations and laboratory analyses, computer skills with experience in spreadsheets and word processing, knowledge of wastewater treatment operations, experience in the operation, maintenance, and minor repair of light and heavy equipment, pumps, compressors, and herbicide sprayers. Must be familiar with work place safety including, trenching and shoring and lock-out tag-out, ability to perform strenuous labor activities, ability to lift up to 50 lbs and be willing to work in inclement weather conditions. Must be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, other agencies and the public.

The following qualifications are required:
Graduation from an accredited high school or possess a certificate of General Education Development (GED).
Possess a Washington State Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator (WWTPO) Group III Certification, or possess a WWTPO Group I and a combination of experience, training and education that would qualify the candidate to attain a WWTPO Group III certification within three years of employment.
Possess a Valid Washington State Drivers License with a driving record free from serious or frequent violations.
Posses or obtain Washington State public pesticide applicator certification within six months of employment.
Possess or obtain Commercial Drivers License Class B within six months of employment.
Possess or obtain Washington State Traffic Control Flagger Certification within six months.
Possess or obtain CPR and First Aid card within six months.

To apply you must submit a Royal City application for employment to City of Royal City, P.O. Box 1239, Royal City, WA 99357. To get an application for employment you can call (509) 346-2263 and one will be mailed to you or you can print one from our web site at www.royalcitywa.org.

The candidate selected for this position is subject to a criminal back ground check and a drug and alcohol test prior to hire.
The City of Royal City is an equal opportunity employer.


Wastewater Treatment Plant Maintenance Lead

City of Marysville
Posted August 23, 2018

SALARY: $5,606.00 - $7,118.00 Monthly
OPENING DATE: 03/23/18
CLOSING DATE: Continuous
POSITION SUMMARY: Open until filled

In addition to the salary listed above, this position receives an additional 1.5olo
premium pay upon obtainment of WWTPO Group III certification.

This position is responsible for coordinating the material, equipment, and personnel needs to
perform the tasks of a particular program within the Water Resources Division under the
direction and supervision of the division manager.

This is the highest level position in the lead worker job series. Positions in this class perform the
more complex and specialized tasks requiring advanced technical skills in their field of specialty
and/or perform a wider variety of responsibilities. Work is performed under limited
supervision. The division manager sets the overall objectives and resources available. Incumbent
assists with developing deadlines, projects, and work to be completed and has lead
responsibilities over other employees within a particular program.
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Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator II/Cross Connection

City of Kittitas
Posted August 21, 2018

Lead Wastewater Operator II
Cross Connection Control Specialist
Water Distribution Manager

City of Kittitas - Kittitas, WA 98934  $3,511.76 – $4,415.05

***All applicants must fill out a City of Kittitas job application. Applications shall be delivered to Kittitas City Hall at 207 N. Main Street, Kittitas, emailed, or mailed to:
debbie.lee@cityofkittitas.com
City Clerk, City of Kittitas, PO Box 719, Kittitas WA 98934***

POSITION DESCRIPTION
The City of Kittitas is seeking a candidate to fill a full-time Lead Wastewater Operator II  – Cross Connection Control - Water Distribution Manager the position is full-time. The Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator is responsible for a broad range of duties and tasks. The ideal candidate will be a team player, possess strong customer service and organizational skills, be able to multitask, work under deadlines, and meet the essential duties and responsibilities of the job description. This is a Union Position, Teamsters Local Union No. 760.
A full job description can be obtained at City of Kittitas, City Hall.

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
All applicants must fill out a City of Kittitas job application. Applications shall be delivered to Kittitas City Hall at 207 N Main Street, Kittitas, emailed, or mailed to:
City Clerk, City of Kittitas, PO Box 719, Kittitas WA 98934
The position is open until filled.


Engineering Technician

Lakehaven Water & Sewer District
Posted August 6, 2018

Lakehaven Water and Sewer District has an immediate opening for an Engineering Technician in our Engineering Department.
Position Range:
Engineering Technician I (Level 9) $30.01 - $39.01
Engineering Technician II (Level 10) $31.52 - $40.95
Engineering Technician III (Level 11) $33.08 – $43.02
Engineering Technician IV (Level 12) $34.73 - $45.18

Lakehaven Water and Sewer District is seeking an Engineering Technician to perform a variety of technical tasks to respond to inquiries regarding the availability of water and sewer service and to assist developers, contractors and the general public through the development and plan review process in compliance with District development policies and procedures. This employee also participates in the research, collection of data, and maintenance of facility records in support of other District functions and projects.

Position placement and pay is dependent upon experience and qualifications.

BENEFITS:
 State of Washington Department of Retirement Systems PERS Plans
 State of Washington Health Care Authority’s Medical, Dental, Vision benefit programs
 HRA VEBA Account
 Paid Time Off
 Holiday Pay

Does this sound like the job for you? Visit our website at www.lakehaven.org for the position descriptions and application. (Note: please identify which Engineering Technician position and level you are applying for on your application.)

Lakehaven Water and Sewer District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Individuals interested in applying for this position must submit a completed Cover Letter, Resume, and District Application, no later than 4PM 08/24/18 to Lakehaven Water and Sewer District, c/o HR, 31627 1st Avenue South, Federal Way, WA 98003. Incomplete application materials will not be accepted.

If you need an accommodation in the recruitment process or an alternate format of this announcement, please enquire directly with the Human Resources Manager.


Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator II or III

City of Stevenson
Posted August 6, 2018

Open until filled – first review August 27, 2018

Due to an increase in operations, the City of Stevenson, Washington, is recruiting for a Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator level II or III (WWTPO), with the steps corresponding to certification levels II, or III as recognized by Washington State Department of Ecology. The WWTPO II works under the Public Works Field Supervisor to perform the general operations and maintenance of the city’s Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP). The WWTPO III works under the Public Works Director to provide high level administrative, technical and professional work in operating and maintaining the city’s WWTP. The WWTPO is responsible for the safe operation of the WWTP within the guidelines set by the multiple regulatory agencies.

The Ideal Candidate:
The City of Stevenson is looking for a progressive and creative WWTPO who understands all aspects of wastewater treatment. This position requires experience and training in wastewater operations, facilities and equipment maintenance. The ideal candidate must have a strong background and interest in troubleshooting problems; have collaborative decision-making skills; be independent, self-motivated and a team player; be energetic and positive with a can-do attitude; have strong communication and public relations skills; and be focused on solving problems and achieving results.

Experience and Education:
Requires graduation from high school or received a GED or equivalent. Also requires that you live within twelve (12) miles of the city and have a Washington State Driver’s License with commercial validation or the ability to acquire within six (6) months. Minimum certification levels are also required depending on the level of WWTPO you are applying for. Ability to receive certification from Washington State through reciprocity within 6 months of hire.

Compensation and Benefits:
 Annual Salary of $51,047-$67,174 for WWTPO II, and $54,821-$72,142 for WWTPO III depending on qualifications and experience
 Medical and dental insurance for employee and dependents
 HRA VEBA plan
 Washington State PERS
 Voluntary Deferred Compensation plan
 10 paid holidays per year
 12+ vacation days per year (to maximum accruals)
 2 personal leave days per year
 12 days sick leave per year (to maximum accruals)
To Apply: Applications are available at Stevenson City Hall or on the City’s website at www.ci.stevenson.wa.us. Submit an application, a cover letter, and a resume to City Hall at 7121 E Loop Rd, PO Box 371, Stevenson WA 98648, or by email to leana@ci.stevenson.wa.us.


Open until filled, first review of applications is scheduled for August 27, 2018. The City of Stevenson is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator II or I

City of Mabton
Posted August 6, 2018

Pay Range: $25. 00- $30.00
Operates and maintains a wastewater treatment plant and associated sanitary, industrial and storm water pumping stations.
Must possess a Washington State Department of Ecology Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator Group I or II certificate or equivalent with (12) months of experience related to the operation of a wastewater treatment plant at the time of application.

Applications and job descriptions are available by email sylvia.sanchez@co.yakima.wa.us or at Mabton City Hall 305 Main Street, Mabton, WA 98935 (509)894-4096 and will be mailed upon request.
Position will be open until filled.


Maintenance Worker II
Two (2) Full-time, Union Positions
City of Ocean Shores
Posted July 26, 2018

Salary Range 26 $3,850-$4,985 per month

The City of Ocean Shores is accepting applications for two (2) full-time Maintenance Worker II positions, one in the Street/Stormwater Department, and one in the Wastewater Treatment Department. Duties include but are not limited to: installation, inspection, repair, cleaning, and maintenance of division assets, proficient operation of City equipment, and grounds maintenance. Ideal candidates will be hardworking, motivated individuals with excellent mechanical aptitude.

Qualifications include high school diploma or equivalent and a Washington State Driver’s License with a driving record acceptable to the City’s insurance carrier. Three years of similar work experience is preferred. Or a combination of education, training, experience which demonstrates knowledge, skills and abilities required to perform all essential job functions. Additionally, a Class A CDL with tank endorsement is desirable at time of hire.

For a complete job description and application, visit www.osgov.com or contact dasmith@osgov.com.
Applications are due at City Hall, 585 Pt. Brown Ave. NW, by 4:00pm on Friday, August 10, 2018, or by email to dasmith@osgov.com.

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Water Distribution Operator 1

City of Walla Walla
Posted July 24, 2018

Salary Range: $3,838 - $4,897/month
Closing Date: Open Until Filled

NATURE OF POSITION
Performs apprentice operator duties of a Group A, Class 3 Water Distribution System. Executes a variety of responsibilities in support of the maintenance, repair and construction of the City’s water system and operations; assists work crews with departmental assignments such as meter maintenance and installation, fixing leaks, flushing, valve exercising and fire hydrant maintenance; assists with the activities of the work of water maintenance crews on a rotational basis as needed, including the performance of manual labor.

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Control Systems Technicians and Maintenance Electricians
Lakehaven Water and Sewer District
Posted July 24, 2018

Lakehaven Water and Sewer District has immediate openings for Control Systems Technicians and Maintenance Electricians in our Engineering Department. 

We are seeking experienced Control Systems Technicians to perform a variety of tasks to maintain and install electrical controls, calibrate instrumentation controls, troubleshoot and modify existing PLC and SCADA programming, maintain control systems networks, and perform various electrical tasks at all District facilities.

Control Systems Technician I (Level 11) $27.87- $42.67
Control Systems Technician II (Level 12) $29.26 - $44.83
Control Systems Technician III (Level 13) $30.74 - $47.07
Control Systems Technician IV (Level 14) $32.24 - $49.41
Control Systems Technician – Lead (Level 15) $33.89 - $51.88

We are seeking experienced Maintenance Electricians to perform a variety of tasks to maintain and install electrical equipment, MCCs, VFDs, Control Panels and controls, and to perform various electrical tasks at all District facilities.

Position Range
Maintenance Electrician I (Level 11) $27.87- $42.67
Maintenance Electrician II (Level 12) $29.26 - $44.83
Maintenance Electrician III (Level 13) $30.74 - $47.07
Maintenance Electrician IV (Level 14) $32.24 - $49.41
Maintenance Electrician – Lead (Level 15) $33.89 - $51.88


Position placement and pay is dependent upon experience and qualifications.
Open until filled, first review date 8/13/18


Maintenance Worker 2

Sallal Water Association
Posted July 19, 2018

Salary Range---- ($50,000.00 to $65,000.00)
Depending on Experience

Job Description:
Perform maintenance tasks at an intermediate level. Work independently, keeping supervisor apprised of project and workload status. Perform a variety of responsible duties in the water distribution system.
Assist in maintaining, troubleshooting and repairing broken water lines, prv’s, service lines, and hydrants.

Respond with your currently updated Resume, and mail it to:
Denny Scott
Operations Manager
Sallal Water Association
P.O. Box 378
North Bend, WA. 98045

You may also email your resume to (denny@sallal.com)
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District Superintendent

Whitworth Water District

Posted June 28, 2018

Qualifications:
 Four-year college degree or four-year engineering experience required
 Minimum of five years of supervisory experience
 Knowledge of AutoCAD, WaterCAD, ArcGIS, SCADA, and GPS programs and technologies
 Excellent public relations and communications skills
 Thorough knowledge and experience with water maintenance and operation procedures, laws and regulatory requirements
 A valid driver’s license and satisfactory driving record to drive a District vehicle
 Cross Connection Specialist Certification (obtained within one year of date of hire)
 A State approved Water Distribution Manager II (obtained within one year of date of hire)

Condition of Employment:

Employment is conditioned upon satisfactory results from post-offer criminal history background check, reference check, and credit check.
Nature of Work:
This salaried position will initially focus on the duties of both the District’s Superintendent and Operations Manager until the current Manager’s retirement on March 30, 2019. This will allow the successful candidate time to understand the Operations Manager role and functions. The successful candidate will assist the General Manager with interviewing and selecting replacement for District’s Operations Manager.
The Superintendent reports directly to the General Manager and is responsible for the administrative and management functions of the Operations Department and staff. The position will have extensive contact with the District’s Board of Commissioners, adjoining water providers, Spokane County, State and Federal agencies, consultants, customers, and developers. Responsibilities also include supervisory work directing municipal water system design, maintenance, repair, construction, and installation.
Duties are varied and require knowledge of the functions and equipment of the District.

Salary and Benefits:
$85,000 - $100,000 - depending on experience. Benefits include retirement, medical, dental, vacation and sick leave.
Please send a cover letter, resume, three professional references, and a completed job application to the attention of Tom McInerney at tomm@whitworthwater.com. The District’s Job Application form can be obtained by visiting: https://whitworthwater.com/employment-opportunities

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Maintenance Worker 1

City of Milton

Posted June 21, 2018

Pay Grade: Grade 13 - $3,727-4,533 monthly, DOE
Description of Essential Functions: This is a full time regular non-exempt position. The Maintenance Worker I performs a variety of manual and semi-skilled duties in the construction, maintenance and repair work of water and streets utility systems and related services; and operates a variety of equipment and tools. This position is also classified as a laborer position. This position works under the immediate supervision of both the Maintenance Worker III Lead and the Public Works Utility Supervisor; and under the general direction of the Public Works Operations Superintendent. This position may have the opportunity to cross train throughout the Public Works department.

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APPLY HERE



Public Works Seasonal Worker

City of Milton
Posted June 21, 2018

Description: This position performs work under the immediate supervision of both the Maintenance Worker III Lead and the Public Works Utility Supervisor; and under the general direction of the Public Works Utility Operations Superintendent. This position performs a variety of routine manual duties in the construction, maintenance, and repair work of water and streets utility systems and related services; and operates a variety of equipment and tools. Additionally, the incumbent could be responsible for the operation of mowers, both push and riding; maintaining flowers, lawns, and shrubs in City Right of Ways and in and around municipal facilities and routine maintenance duties. The position assists the public works crew in work of a general nature and as a grounds person.

Pay Grade: $17.29 an hour
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Project Management

Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis Reservation

Posted June 21, 2018

JOB DESCRIPTION
Plan, direct, and coordinate the construction of structures, facilities, and related infrastructure. Participate in the conceptual development of a construction project and oversee its organization, scheduling, budgeting, and implementation. Works closely with the Chehalis Tribal Planning and Buildings and Infrastructure to coordinate and oversee construction projects including minor repairs and new construction.

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Utility Maintenance Technician

Yakima County

Posted June 11, 2018

Overview:
There is one opening with the Yakima County Public Services, Utilities Department. This position is responsible for performing a variety of specialized technical activities related to Safe Drinking Water Act Program to provide safe and reliable water service to customers within each of our systems. Ensures Clean Water Act NPDES waste discharge permit compliance with County’s wastewater systems to protect the environment and the public. This recruitment may be used to fill future openings which may occur within 90 days of the posted closing date.

Closing Date: June 22, 2018. Compensation: $21.78 per hour
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Part Time Wastewater Treatment Operator Level 1

City of Vader
Posted June 11, 2018

The City of Vader, Washington is hiring for the ongoing operations and maintenance of it’s Wastewater Treatment Facility. The facility is a 3 cell lagoon, activated sludge treatment system that provides service to most of Vader’s 640 residents. It is anticipated that the job will take approximately 15 hours per week which includes all aspects required to meet NPDES permit testing requirements 5 days per week. Additional information, a complete job description and employment application is available online at www.vaderwa.org or by email at vadercity@centurylink.net or by contacting Jill Nielson at 360-295-3222.
Applications and resumes may be sent via the email address listed above or mailed/delivered to: City of Vader, Attn: WWT O&M, PO Box 189, Vader, WA 98593. (An employment application is required, resumes are optional.) The selection process may include one or more interviews in person or by telephone and is subject to City Council approval.
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Water Plant Operator

City of Pasco
Posted April 30, 2018

DUTIES:
Performs a variety of skilled tasks to efficiently operate and maintain day-to-day operations and maintenance of the City’s two Class IV water treatment plants, including: extensive and subject-matter-expert level experience with SCADA controls, and an understanding of pump and booster stations, distribution system control valves, and storage reservoir controls, operations and maintenance, resulting in consistent compliance with all federal and state water quality standards.

REQUIREMENTS:
Two (2) years’ experience working at a Class IV water treatment plant performing operations, maintenance and laboratory duties. Valid Washington State driver license; Class III Washington State Water Treatment Plant Operator Certificate preferred; Class II Water Treatment Plant Operators may apply.

SALARY:
$27.06 - $29.88/hr., plus benefits

APPLY BY:
5:00 pm, 05/14/2018

APPLY AT:
City of Pasco, HR Office, 525 N. 3rd Ave, Pasco, WA 99301, or mail completed applications to: City of Pasco, Attn: HR, PO Box 293, Pasco, WA 99301. Download application/complete job description at www.pasco-wa.gov.

CONTACT:
Please contact HR at (509) 545-3408, with questions regarding employment opportunities with the City of Pasco.
No fax/email or incomplete applications accepted. EOE.


Executive Vice President

The Building Industry Association of Washington
Posted April 30, 2018

BIAW is seeking a candidate with strong knowledge and background of association management for the Executive Vice President position. The Executive Vice President serves as chief administrative officer, recommends and participates in formulation and implementation of new policies and makes decisions cooperatively with Senior Officers, Executive Committee, and Board of Directors. Plans, organizes, directs and coordinates the Association and MSC staff, programs and activities to ensure the association’s goals and objectives are met.

This position serves as the Executive Vice President of BIAW, MSC, WAHC, is the Secretary of the WHBF and an Trustee of the Health Trust. The Executive Vice President leads a team of over 35 professional staff as well as contract lobbyists, attorneys and other consultants. This position reports directly to the BIAW President and Senior Officers and is responsible to the Executive Committee and Board of Directors as well as the Officers and Directors of the BIAW MSC for profit subsidiary.

Desirable Qualifications:
A Bachelor’s degree with experience in an executive leadership role. Familiarity with the construction industry and Washington State’s political structures, laws and regulations regarding housing development and related topics. Legislative, public policy, and advocacy
experience is desired. A Masters degree is a plus.

Total Compensation:
The salary range for this position is competitive. BIAW offers an outstanding benefits package including: health, dental, paid leave, 401k and free parking.
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Full Time Water Engineering Technician

Mason County PUD No. 1
Posted April 30, 2018

Mason County PUD No. 1 in Potlatch has an immediate opening for a FT Water Engineering Technician. Applicants must have a HS Diploma or GED; a drafting or engineering technician degree from an accredited community or technical college; a valid driver’s license with a safe driving record.

3 years’ experience working in the utility engineering or civil engineering field is preferred. Water/Wastewater Technician experience a plus (WDM 1). Years of equivalent experience may be considered in lieu of a technical degree, but AutoCAD and civil drafting proficiency is a must. Must be able to work overtime on nights and weekends when necessary.
Union Scale $18.73-$27.21 DOE. Excellent benefits package including family medical & life insurance, LTD, retirement, & health reimbursement account.

For a complete job description and application visit www.mason-pud1.org. Applications are required for consideration and due no later than 5:00 p.m. on Friday, May 25, 2018 to: Mason PUD 1 Human Resources, 21971 N. Hwy 101, Shelton, WA 98584.

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Water Resources Manager

City of Bremerton
Posted April 18, 2018

The City of Bremerton is seeking candidates for the position of Water Resources Manager. The Water Resources Manager plans, directs, and implements Bremerton's water resource, supply, water operations and treatment, and water quality control programs for its large unfiltered surface water and groundwater system. This includes dam operation and safety; system operations including disinfection and UV treatment, pump stations, reservoirs, and automatic control valves; and stormwater permit compliance. Ensures water planning and environmental monitoring programs are in compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act and Clean Water Act. Manages technical personnel in the Water Resources Division.

Applicants can apply on-line at http://www.ci.bremerton.wa.us/169/Current-Jobs, or application packets may be obtained from the Human Resources Department, or by calling (360) 473-5241.
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Utility Systems Supervisor
City of Longview
Revised May 14, 2018

Position information: Responsible for performing formal supervisory duties for one or more Utility Systems crews that
could include: evaluating employee performance; overseeing operations, repairs and replacements of the Utility Systems
infrastructure; inspecting residential and commercial water and sewer connections; assisting the manager with planning
and scheduling jobs; and preparing requisitions for necessary supplies and equipment.
Supervises staff, to include: prioritizing and assigning work; conducting performance evaluations; ensuring staff are
trained; ensuring that employees follow policies and procedures; maintaining a healthy and safe working environment;
and, making hiring, termination, and disciplinary recommendations.
Oversees repairs, replacements, and maintenance performed on water treatment and distribution and sewer collection
components including mains, meters, valves, hydrants, pumps and lift stations, chemical storage and handling, and
control systems; assists subordinates as needed.
Oversees programs such as cross connection control, distribution system sampling, hydrant flushing, and sewer
pretreatment; ensures all facilities are operated and maintained in a safe and efficient manner; ensures that reports are
generated and accurate.
Inspects residential water and sewer connections to ensure contractors are meeting city standards.
Minimum requirements: High School Diploma or GED; and 5-7 years of wastewater collection, water distribution, or
water treatment operation and maintenance experience; and at least one year of leadership experience. Leadership
experience may be demonstrated by employment responsibilities and/or non-work related responsibilities.

For more information about this career opportunity and to apply, visit our website,
https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/longviewwa Open until filled with first review of applications the
week of 6/4/18. ADA/EEO/WLAD/Drug-Free Workplace
.
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Maintenance Technician

City of Toppenish
Posted April 17, 2018

General Summary
This is a generic description of the maintenance duties found in the Public Works Department, which includes water, sewer, street maintenance, storm water, street sweeping, solid waste, park grounds, swimming pools, street signage, cemetery, building/facilities, etc. related activities. Perform installation, repair or maintenance duties in support of public works or parks projects. Repair and/or maintain related equipment.

Essential Functions/Major Responsibilities
Perform a variety of installation, repair or maintenance duties in support of public works or parks and recreation projects.
Perform maintenance support to projects in areas such as water, sewer, street maintenance, parks, pools, storm water, street sweeping, solid waste, street signage, cemetery, building/facilities, etc.
Inspect, maintain, replace, repair and install water and sewer lines.
Provide swimming pool maintenance.
Perform road repairs, fire-hydrant maintenance, street signage replacement/repair, street grading, snow removal, etc.
Maintain park grounds, flower beds, etc. by cleaning up refuse, mowing, irrigation, etc.
Operate refuse trucks and equipment, perform routine maintenance, and collect refuse/garbage.
Provide maintenance/operation support to the cemetery.
Install water meters/services.
Perform maintenance and repair work on equipment and vehicles.
Cut grass, weed, prune trees, spray, remove brush, and/or provide other vegetation control

Application Deadline: 5:00 PM – April 30, 2018. To apply visit: cityoftoppenish.us
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Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator, Levels I,II or III

City of Stevenson
Posted April 17, 2018

The City of Stevenson, Washington, is recruiting for a Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator level I, II or III (WWTPO), with the steps corresponding to certification levels I, II, or III as recognized by Washingotn State Department of Ecology. The WWTPO I or II works under the Public Works Field Supervisor to perform the general operations and maintenance of the city’s Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP). The WWTPO III works under the Public Works Director to provide high level administrative, technical and professional work in operating and maintaining the city’s WWTP. The WWTPO is responsible for the safe operation of the WWTP within the guidelines set by the multiple regulatory agencies.

The Ideal Candidate:
The City of Stevenson is looking for a progressive and creative WWTPO who understands all aspects of wastewater treatment. This position requires experience and training in wastewater operations, facilities and equipment maintenance. The ideal candidate must have a strong background and interest in troubleshooting problems; have collaborative decision-making skills; be independent, self-motivated and a team player; be energetic and positive with a can-do attitude; have strong communication and public relations skills; and be focused on solving problems and achieving results.

Experience and Education:
Requires graduation from high school or received a GED or equivalent. Also requires that you live within twelve (12) miles of the city and have a Washington State Driver’s License with commercial validation or the ability to acquire within six (6) months. Minimum certification levels are also required depending on the level of WWTPO you are applying for. Ability to receive certification from Washington State through reciprocity within 6 months of hire.

Compensation and Benefits:
 Annual Salary of $47,272-$62,208 for WWTPO I, $51,047-$67,174 for WWTPO II, and $54,821-$72,142 for WWTPO III depending on qualifications and experience
 Medical and dental insurance for employee and dependents
 HRA VEBA plan
 Washington State PERS
 Voluntary Deferred Compensation plan
 10 paid holidays per year
 12+ vacation days per year (to maximum accruals)
 2 personal leave days per year
 12 days sick leave per year (to maximum accruals)
To Apply: Applications are available at Stevenson City Hall or on the City’s website at www.ci.stevenson.wa.us. Submit an application, a cover letter, and a resume to City Hall at 7121 E Loop Rd, PO Box 371, Stevenson WA 98648, or by email to leana@ci.stevenson.wa.us.

Open until filled, first review of applications is scheduled for April 30, 2018. The City of Stevenson is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



Customer Service/Pump Specialist

Spokane County Water District #3
Posted April 10, 2018

General Statement
Performs a variety of work including preventative pump maintenance, potable water sampling, customer relations, reading, installing and removing meters, locating of services and main lines.
Controls Over the Work
General instructions, assignments or specific projects are carried out with relative independence. Supervisor or professional staff are available to answer unusual questions or resolve problems.
Essential Job Functions
Operates, repairs and maintains water distribution system facilities and associated equipment including, but not limited to: services, meters, fire hydrants, pumps, chlorinators, S.C.A.D.A. systems and valves (both manually and hydraulically operated); may perform troubleshooting to identify and diagnose problems, preventative maintenance, modifications and new equipment installation.

Responsible for knowledge and practice of safety policies and procedures; attends and participates in safety meetings and training. Performs work in conformance with WISHA rules and regulations.
Responsible for knowledge and practice of all District and governmental policies, procedures, guidelines, standards and requirements in completing construction work.

Assists in the maintenance of records and files of all potable water plant operations in accordance with state regulations and guidelines, including; test results, reports, production and maintenance records, as-builts of system additions or repairs, and other material required in the work area.

Able to read meters, answer questions and respond to customer concerns. Replaces meters, meter box rings and lids, turns valves off and on, investigates reported or suspected leaks, delivers notices of termination of service to delinquent accounts and attempts customer contact, inspects backflow devices, collects water samples and responds to requests for location of pipelines.

Application Process
Deadline to apply: Open until filled.
Application process: the job announcement and application form are available at the District office located at 1225 N Yardley St, Spokane, WA 99212-7001 or you can contact Kelly Williquette at kwilliquette@scwd3.org to request job announcement and application form. Submit application, cover letter and resume to the District Office by the application deadline.

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Water Maintenance Journeyman

Rainier View Water Company
Posted March 30, 2018

SUMMARY: Under general supervision, performs various functions in support of Rainier View Water’s distribution systems.  Performs heavy physical labor and a variety of manual tasks.  Performs skilled work involved in the construction and maintenance of water facilities, and equipment. Operates and maintains heavy equipment such as backhoes, and excavators. Operates and maintains commercial vehicles such as dump truck and trailer.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:  This is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and duties performed by incumbents of this class; employees may be assigned duties which are not listed below; reasonable accommodations will be made as required. The job description does not constitute an employment agreement and is subject to change at any time by the employer. Essential duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to the following:
• Perform customer service activities, turn water service on and off at the customer’s residence; respond to customer complaints and prepare reports.
• Perform water meter maintenance, testing, and repair; replace or install water meters.
• Perform maintenance of water meter boxes; replace, clean, install, and repair water meter boxes and lids.
• Operate fire hydrants to flush the water system and check pressure.
• Perform inspections, cleaning and basic service of assigned equipment.
• Perform installations, maintenance, and repair of water service lines, water mains, pumps, and valves.
• Perform carpentry and cement work, cut and replace concrete and asphalt.
• Perform traffic control procedures.
• Operate motor vehicles (must provide 5 year driving abstract).
• Serve as an on-call responder on a rotation basis.
• Support the relationship between Rainier View Water Company and the general public.
• Perform manual labor for extended periods of time.
• Operate equipment such as; heavy equipment, air compressors, jack hammers, and a variety of power and hand tools.
• Operate and maintain heavy equipment such as commercial vehicles, backhoes, and excavators.
• Interpret drawings, maps, and plans.
• Project management.
• Perform maintenance and repairs on fire hydrants. 
• Perform other duties as required or assigned.

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Water Maintenance Field Worker 2

Rainier View Water Company
Posted March 30, 2018

 

SUMMARY: Under minimal supervision, performs various functions in support of Rainier View Water’s distribution systems.  Performs heavy physical labor and a variety of manual tasks.  Performs skilled work involved in the construction and maintenance of water facilities, and equipment.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:  This is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and duties performed by incumbents of this class; employees may be assigned duties which are not listed below; reasonable accommodations will be made as required. The job description does not constitute an employment agreement and is subject to change at any time by the employer. Essential duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to the following:
• Perform customer service activities, turn water service on and off at the customer’s residence; respond to customer complaints and prepare reports.
• Perform water meter maintenance, testing, and repair; replace or install water meters.
• Perform maintenance of water meter boxes; replace, clean, install, and repair water meter boxes and lids.
• Operate fire hydrants to flush the water system and check pressure.
• Perform inspections, cleaning and basic service of assigned equipment.
• Perform installations, maintenance, and repair of water service lines, water mains, pumps, and valves.
• Perform carpentry and cement work, cut and replace concrete and asphalt.
• Perform traffic control procedures.
• Operate motor vehicles (must provide 5 year driving abstract).
• Serve as an on-call responder on a rotation basis.
• Support the relationship between Rainier View Water Company and the general public.
• Perform manual labor for extended periods of time.
• Operate equipment such as; heavy equipment, air compressors, jack hammers, and a variety of power and hand tools.
• Perform maintenance and repairs on fire hydrants. 
• Perform other duties as required or assigned.

 


Water Maintenance Field Worker 1

Rainier View Water Company
Posted March 30, 2018


SUMMARY: Under direct supervision, performs various functions in support of Rainier View Water’s distribution systems.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:  This is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and duties performed by incumbents of this class; employees may be assigned duties which are not listed below; reasonable accommodations will be made as required. The job description does not constitute an employment agreement and is subject to change at any time by the employer. Essential duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to the following:
• Perform customer service activities, turn water service on and off at the customer’s residence; respond to customer complaints and prepare reports.
• Perform water meter maintenance and repair; replace or install water meters.
• Perform maintenance of water meter boxes; replace, clean, install, and repair water meter boxes and lids.
• Operate fire hydrants to flush the water system and check pressure.
• Perform inspections, cleaning and basic service of assigned equipment.
• Perform installations, maintenance, and repair of water service lines, water mains, pumps, and valves.
• Perform carpentry and cement work, cut and replace concrete and asphalt.
• Perform traffic control procedures.
• Operate motor vehicles (must provide 5 year driving abstract).
• Serve as an on-call responder on a rotation basis (at supervisor’s discretion).
• Support the relationship between Rainier View Water Company and the general public.
• Perform manual labor for extended periods of time.
• Perform other duties as required or assigned.

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Seasonal Grounds Maintenance

Rainier View Water Company
Posted March 30, 2018


SUMMARY: Under general supervision of the Field Superintendent, performs various maintenance and repairs on Rainier View Water Company facilities.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:  This is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and duties performed by incumbents of this class; employees may be assigned duties which are not listed below; reasonable accommodations will be made as required. The job description does not constitute an employment agreement and is subject to change at any time by the employer. Essential duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to the following:
• Perform routine grounds maintenance on all Rainier View Water Company facilities.
• Operate motor vehicle (must provide 5 year driving abstract) with trailer.
• Operate landscaping equipment such as riding lawn mower, push lawn mower, weed eater, shears, and chainsaw.
• Perform duties minimal supervision.
• Perform other duties as required or assigned.

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Public Works Superintendent

Town of Winthrop
Reposted April 20, 2018

DUTIES: The Public Works Superintendent administers all public works functions for the Town of Winthrop. He/she supervises public works staff in the operation and maintenance of streets, sewers, water, storm drainage facilities, parks, equipment maintenance, buildings and grounds. The position is responsible for development and administration of budgets for each of the public works functions. This is a working supervisory position and includes, heavy lifting, the ability to work outdoors in adverse conditions and to be available for emergency call outs. Requires some weekend and overtime work.

EDUCATION QUALIFICATIONS:
• Graduation from high school or G.E.D. plus minimum 2 years of college in a related field. It may be possible to substitute a combination of experience, skills, certifications and knowledge to perform the above described duties.

REQUIREMENTS:
• Possession of a valid Class B, Washington State Commercial Driver's license with Tank Vehicle endorsement at the time of appointment and clean driving record.
• Must hold and maintain at least one (1) of the following three (3) Washington certifications upon hire and obtain and maintain the remaining certifications within twelve (12) months of employment date. Preference may be given to candidates possessing all three (3) certifications.
o Wastewater Treatment Plant Group 1 Certification State
o Water Distribution Manager 1
o Cross Connection Control Specialist
 Valid Flagger Card
 First Aid/CPR Card
COMPENSATION:
 $ 5,000/mo — $5,300/mo DOQ
 Medical Insurance, PERS Retirement, Vacation, Holidays, Sick leave.

A complete job description & application can be picked up at Winthrop Town Hall, 206 Riverside WA 98862 or by calling (509) 996-2320. Position open until filled. Next application review Monday, April 30, 2018. The Town of Winthrop is an equal opportunity employer.


LEVEL II OR III WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR

City of Raymond

Posted March 9, 2018

The City of Raymond is seeking a level II, or preferably a level III, Washington State certified Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator to be under the direction of the Level III Lead Operator. Candidates will be required, at a minimum, to hold a Class II or preferably a Class III Certificate to apply. An application and full job description for each Level classification may be obtained from City Hall or online at: cityofraymond.com.
Applicants are required to submit a job application, letter of interest, and resume to Raymond City Hall, 230 Second Street, Raymond, WA 98577, phone# (360) 942-4100. This position will remain open until filled. The City is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Engineering Technician III

City of Bremerton
Posted March 9, 2018

The City of Bremerton is seeking candidates for the position of Engineering Technician III. The Engineering Technician III position is a Mid-level engineering technician position that performs office and field engineering tasks to support engineering division activities. Creates mid-level drawings and maps using AutoCAD and GIS software, gathers field data using various survey equipment, inspects construction of utility (water, wastewater, storm water) infrastructure and right-of-way improvements, and collects and interprets traffic data.

Applicants can apply on-line at http://www.ci.bremerton.wa.us/169/Current-Jobs, or application packets may be obtained from the Human Resources Department, or by calling (360) 473-5241.

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GENERAL MANAGER
Woodinville Water District
Posted March 9, 2018

Salary: $150,000 - $200,000

For a complete position profile and to apply online, visit Prothman at http://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments." For questions, call 206-368-0050.

Located approximately 20 miles northeast of Seattle on the “Eastside” of Lake Washington, the Woodinville Water District serves an area that is home to roughly 50,000 residents and some of Washington’s top wineries. The Woodinville Water District is a regional agency which has a footprint in the cities of Redmond, Kirkland, Bothell, and Woodinville, the location of the District office, as well as large portions in unincorporated King County. The District serves approximately 14,350 water customers and just over 3,000 sewer customers. The organization of the District includes an elected five-member Board of Commissioners, supported by a General Manager and a staff of thirty-four employees. In 2017, the District had an operation and maintenance budget of $20 million and a capital budget of roughly $6 million.

Working under the direction and authority of the Board of Commissioners, the General Manager manages and directs the overall operation of the District to ensure compliance with State statues, District goals and policies, and applicable governmental regulations.

A bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, Engineering, or a related field, and 5 years of progressively responsible experience in the supervision or management of a water and sewer district or public utility is required.

Woodinville Water District is an equal opportunity employer. First review: March 25, 2018 (open until filled).


Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator Group II
City of Morton

Posted February 23, 2018

If you’re looking for a solid job as a Wastewater Treatment plant operator, The City of Morton will be looking for a competent, certified individual to fill the role of lead operator. The job role performs professional work in planning, organizing, directing, and maintaining the wastewater utility and grounds.
The Morton Waste Water Plant is a Class II plant, activated sludge process with class B solids handling and a peak capacity 1.3 MGD. This is a Public Works job that offers a healthy benefit package, including Pers 2 retirement, is a member of the Teamsters Union, offers sick pay, vacation pay, holiday pay, standby pay, overtime pay, certification pay and offers health insurance. The job currently offers salary at $3,935 plus benefits.
If you wish to pursue a career with the City of Morton Public Works, please send a resume and an application to one of the following:

Mail:
City of Morton
Attn: Public Works Dept
PO Box 1089
Morton, WA 98356
Phone 360-496-6881• Fax 360-496-6899 • Email: dclerk@visitmorton.com

Applications are available at Morton City Hall at
250 Main Ave, Morton, WA 98356

Or you can request an application by calling:
360-496-5210 at the Water Treatment Facility or emailing anders.pollman@gmail.com

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Waterworks Installation Technician

Ferguson Waterworks
Posted February 22, 2018

If a career with an organization that rewards performance and provides a stable and supportive environment for its associates nationwide sounds good to you, Ferguson may just be the place for you. Our people are our biggest asset and share a common passion for customer service, which has helped shape us into the industry leader we are today.

Ferguson is currently seeking the right individual to fill an immediate need for an Installation Technician in our Woodinville, WA location. If you have a love of meeting people and providing great customer service coupled with an interest in contributing directly to the bottom line of a multi-billion dollar organization, this is the position for you!

Responsibilities
As Installation Technician, you will:

- Perform all functions of live tap installation:
- Underground taps
- Mechanical taps
- Line stopping taps
- Perform all functions of meter & fire hydrant service and repair
- Perform all functions of fusion welding

- Prompt and reliable attendance.
- Ability to interact professionally and courteously with city residents, city officials and on site customers.
- Develop positive working relationships with coworkers, supervisors and company management.
- Additional duties as required.

Qualifications:
A successful Installation Technician will possess the following:

- Must have great mechanical skills and willingness to learn new things.
- Ability to move freely about the facility and jobsite, climb stairs, climb in and out of prepared trenches, stoop, bend, kneel, stand, and walk for extended periods of time up to and exceeding eight hours per day.
- Ability to verbally communicate with management, city officials, on site customers and other employees.
- Ability to operate a motor vehicle and possess a valid drivers license.
- Excellent customer service skills a must.
- Excellent time management, organizational skills, leadership, and match skills.
- Proficient with standard office equipment and equipment that is industry specific.
- Ability to work well under pressure, meeting multiple and sometimes competing deadlines. Shall demonstrate cooperative behavior with colleagues and supervisors.
- Ability to lift at least 50lbs on a regular basis and 150lbs occasionally.
- Must have the ability to obtain a US Passport.

Travel
Most work will be performed in the greater Seattle area. However, overnight travel may occossionally be required.

Benefits
As a large, successful company who prides itself on its stability, Ferguson is able to offer a competitive benefits package. In addition to a generous compensation package, which includes potential for commission, various vendor incentive plans and an employee discount, we offer the following: medical (three plans to choose from), dental, vision, disability, retirement savings with company match, paid leave (holidays, vacation, sick, personal, and floating holidays), recognition programs, community involvement opportunities, and much more!

About Us
Ferguson raises the bar for industry standards as the top-rated wholesale supplier of commercial and residential plumbing supplies. However, our expertise goes beyond plumbing. We are a diverse distributor that spans multiple businesses including HVAC/R, waterworks and industrial. Over the course of our history, we’ve grown from a local distributor to an $11 billion dollar company with more than 1,400 locations and over 20,000 associates nationwide. We pride ourselves on delivering world-class service and our customers know that “Nobody expects more from us than we do” is more than just a tagline to Ferguson associates. It’s a cultural belief that is demonstrated every day through exceptional customer service, product selection and industry knowledge.

The Company is an equal opportunity employer as well as a government contractor that shall abide by the requirements of 41 CFR 60-300.5(a), which prohibits discrimination against qualified protected Veterans and the requirements of 41 CFR 60-741.5(A), which prohibits discrimination against qualified individuals on the basis of disability. 
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District Secretary

Orchard Avenue Irrigation District #6
Posted February 22, 2018

Orchard Avenue Irrigation District #6, located in west Spokane Valley, is seeking to fill the position of District Secretary. We are a public corporation that distributes water within the District currently serving approximately 1200 customers. We operate under Chapter 87 of the Revised Code of Washington and all finances and records are audited by the State Auditor. The District is governed by a five-member Board of Directors who are the policy-making body and hire the general manager who is responsible for the administration of the day-to-day operation of the District. All employees of the District are responsible to, and report to, the District Manager.

This person will take on many roles and work with all points of contact within the Irrigation District including: District Manager, Board of Directors, office personnel, field workers, seasonal workers, vendors, and customers. An assistant is provided with seasonal and temporary help as needed. Must be skilled to handle a variety of tasks with the ability to switch duties midstream.

This is a progressive position; the first 90 days are probationary, include comprehensive training, and are paid hourly at 4 hours per day (20 per week). After 90 days and successful completion of the probationary period, work hours increase to 6-8 hours per work day (as agreed upon between the Board of Directors and employee).

Compensation:
Initial compensation will be agreed upon between the Board of Directors and the applicant at the time of consideration into employment; salary commensurate with experience. Full benefits after 90 days (paid holidays, vacation, sick leave, retirement, healthcare).

To be considered for this position, applications must contain of a cover letter, three references, and resume emailed to OrchardAve6Board@gmail.com in .pdf format. Candidates may be notified via email. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

NO PHONE CALLS.
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Maintenance Technician

City of Toppenish
Posted February 8, 2018

General Summary This is a generic description of the maintenance duties found in the Public Works Department, which includes water, sewer, street maintenance, storm water, street sweeping, solid waste, park grounds, swimming pools, street signage, cemetery, building/facilities, etc. related activities. Perform installation, repair or maintenance duties in support of public works or parks projects. Repair and/or maintain related equipment.

Essential Functions/Major Responsibilities Perform a variety of installation, repair or maintenance duties in support of public works or parks and recreation projects.

Perform maintenance support to projects in areas such as water, sewer, street maintenance, parks, pools, storm water, street sweeping, solid waste, street signage, cemetery, building/facilities, etc.

Inspect, maintain, replace, repair and install water and sewer lines.

Provide swimming pool maintenance.

Perform road repairs, fire-hydrant maintenance, street signage replacement/repair, street grading, snow removal, etc.

Maintain park grounds, flower beds, etc. by cleaning up refuse, mowing, irrigation, etc.

Operate refuse trucks and equipment, perform routine maintenance, and collect refuse/garbage.

Provide maintenance/operation support to the cemetery.

Install water meters/services.

Perform maintenance and repair work on equipment and vehicles.

Cut grass, weed, prune trees, spray, remove brush, and/or provide other vegetation control services.

Set up facilities as required for special events.
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Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator

City of Toppenish

Posted February 8, 2018

General Summary: Under the direction of the Public Works Superintendent, the WWTP Operator is responsible for conducting the operation and maintenance activities within the general areas of wastewater treatment plant, sewer collection system, sewer lift stations and other public facilities as needed.

Essential Functions/Major Responsibilities: Monitor, test, adjust and maintain the wastewater treatment plant in working order.

Make periodic rounds to check the general operations of the plant; unplug and clean pumps; remove debris; check operation of pumps.


Take and record plant operation readings according to prescribed schedules.

Collect samples for lab analysis; perform lab analysis as required.

Perform wash down of chambers and clarifiers regular schedule.

Maintain and operate lift stations and wells.

Maintain daily logs; report unsafe conditions; record plant operating data as required.


Provide yard maintenance in watering, mowing and weeding grounds.

Maintain building in clean and sanitary condition; wash floors and walls; perform light maintenance.
Perform related duties as assigned.
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Water Distribution Manager I or Apprentice

Shorecrest Estates Water Company

Posted February 8, 2018

Wage range $15-20 DOQ

Shorecrest Estates Water Company is accepting applications for a WDM I or a candidate willing to obtain certification within a year. Under the direction of a WDM2 II and Administrator, candidate will perform basic operation and maintenance work of our Class “A” water system. Duties would include, ground maintenance, performing locates, small equipment operations and meter reading. Candidates must be able to work in a group and alone.
Minimum requirements: High School Diploma or GED. Valid driver’s license and be insurable.

Send letter of interest and resume to: shorecrestwater@aol.com or
SEWC
50 E Sylvan Lane
Shelton, WA. 98584


Water Distribution Manager II

Shorecrest Estates Water Company

Posted February 8, 2018

Salary based on experience

Shorecrest Estates Water Company, a Class “A” drinking water system, is accepting applications for a WDM II. This position reports to the Administrator and Board of directors. This position is our journey level water operations manager. Potential candidates will perform, with minimal direction, lead field operations, ability to run small equipment, ability to complete Department of Health forms and be available for after hour emergencies. Candidates must have strong oral and written communication skills. Must have a valid WDM II or ability to obtain certification within a year, valid driver’s license and be insurable.

Offers:
Sick leave
Paid vacation
Paid holidays
Healthcare Credit
Shorecrest Water Estates Company is an equal opportunity employer.

Please send resume to: shorecrestwater@aol.com or :
SEWC
50 E Sylvan Lane,
Shelton, WA. 98584.

 


Secretary

City of Walla Walla

Posted January 30, 2018


SECRETARY Public Works

Water Division
Opening Date: January 18, 2018
Salary Range: $ 3337-4260/month
Closing Date: Open until filled

NATURE OF POSITION Perform a variety of administrative, secretarial, clerical and public relations duties; perform office support activities or coordinate office clerical duties; type and process records, reports, memos and correspondence; process purchase requisitions, orders, budget documents and other financial data and activities.

APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCEDURE:
A completed City application and resume are required to apply. Applications may be found on the Human Resources page of the City of Walla Walla website: wallawallawa.gov.

Applicants whose experience most closely meets the requirements of the position will be invited to continue in the selection process which will consist of an oral panel interview, reference inquiries and may include a criminal background check and consumer report. The incumbent will serve a six-month trial service period. Completed application packages can be mailed to:

CITY OF WALLA WALLA-HR 15 N. Third Avenue Walla Walla, WA 99362 Email to hr@wallawallawa.gov or faxed to (509) 524-7935.

REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION: The City of Walla Walla will provide reasonable accommodation to handicapped applicants if requested. Please notify the Human Resources office at least 5 days prior to the need.
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Public Works Operator
City of Shelton
Posted January 23, 2018

Public Works Operator - The person in this position operates light and heavy equipment and performs physical labor in completing maintenance, repair, and construction work on public works facilities and projects. This is a full-time position within a collective bargaining unit. The salary range for this position is $19.55 - $26.13/hour.

Min Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED required. Knowledge of light and heavy equipment operations and experience in public works operations required. Applicant must have, or have the ability to obtain a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) Class B or higher, w/tanker endorsement, and a first-aid card and certified flagger’s card within three months of employment.

Email application, resume & cover letter to mari.herold@sheltonwa.gov or send to: Mari Herold, Human Resources, City of Shelton, 525 W. Cota St., Shelton, WA 98584. Applications and related materials must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. February 15, 2018 to be considered for first review. Position open until filled. Complete job description and employment applications are available at www.sheltonwa.gov or the Shelton Civic Center. For information or request for reasonable accommodation to participate in selection process, call (360) 432-5109 or email mari.herold@sheltonwa.gov



 

Public Works Maintenance Crew Worker
City of Shelton
Posted January 23, 2018

Public Works Maintenance Crew Worker - The person in this position operates entry level manual labor in completing maintenance, repair, and construction work in all public works departments, parks, playgrounds, and facilities and grounds for which the City is responsible. This is a full-time position within a collective bargaining unit. The salary range for this position is $16.52 - $21.07/hour.

Min Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED required. Knowledge of light equipment operations and experience in public works operations and park, facility, and grounds maintenance preferred. Employee must possess a valid Washington State Driver’s License and have the ability to follow Federal and State Motor Vehicle Laws. Applicant must have, or be able to obtain first-aid and certified flagger’s cards, within six months of employment.

Email application, resume & cover letter to mari.herold@sheltonwa.gov or send to: Mari Herold, Human Resources, City of Shelton, 525 W. Cota St., Shelton, WA 98584. Applications and related materials must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. February 16, 2018 to be considered for first review. Position open until filled. Complete job description and employment applications are available at www.sheltonwa.gov or the Shelton Civic Center. For information or request for reasonable accommodation to participate in selection process, call (360) 432-5109 or email mari.herold@sheltonwa.gov.



Public Works Field Supervisor Sewer/Storm
City of Shelton
Posted January 23, 2018

Public Works Field Supervisor Sewer/Storm - The person in this position operates light and heavy equipment and performs physical labor in completing maintenance, repair, and construction work on public works facilities and projects. This is a full-time position within a collective bargaining unit. Hourly rate for this position starts at $28.28/hour.

Min Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED required. Knowledge of light and heavy equipment operations and experience in public works operations required. Applicant must have a current First-Aid/CPR Card and a Certified Flagger's Card, and must have, or have the ability to obtain a Washington State Commercial Vehicle Operators License (Class A, with air brake and tanker endorsements) within one year of employment.

Email application, resume & cover letter to mari.herold@sheltonwa.gov or send to: Mari Herold, Human Resources, City of Shelton, 525 W. Cota St., Shelton, WA 98584. Applications and related materials must be received no later than 5:00 p.m. February 15, 2018 to be considered for first review. Position open until filled. Complete job description and employment applications are available at www.sheltonwa.gov or the Shelton Civic Center. For information or request for reasonable accommodation to participate in selection process, call (360) 432-5109 or email mari.herold@sheltonwa.gov.


Public Works Superintendent

Town Of Garfield

Posted January 19, 2018

The Town of Garfield, WA seeks Public Works Superintendent. (Located in Whitman County) http://www.garfieldwa.com. Minimum requirements include experience in construction, repair and maintenance of water, sewer, street and storm drainage systems including the operation of related maintenance equipment, and a high school diploma or equivalent. Supervisory and administrative experience desirable. 1st Aid/CPR card within 3 mos of hire. Certifications within 1 year of hire CDL Class B, Pesticide App License, WDM1 Water Works Operator Cert, Group II WW Operator Cert, Cross Connection Control Specialist. Salary commensurate with experience. Benefit package available. Open until filled. Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. For an application and addl info Contact: Mayor Jarrod Pfaff at garfield-town@completebbs.com. Town of Garfield, P.O. Box 218, Garfield, WA 99130.


Communications Specialist I, II, or Communications Manager (Water Utility)
Thurston PUD
Posted January 5, 2018

Open Until Filled
Public Utility District No. 1 of Thurston County
Salary Range $3,836 – $7,500/Mo. ($46,032 to $90,000 annually) DOE,
Full-time with excellent benefits including State PERS Retirement, 12 paid holidays, exceptional medical, dental and vision benefits, 96 hours of paid sick leave annually, paid vacation beginning at 12 days per year, executive leave plan, deferred compensation program, clothing allowance, flexible savings plan, HRA VEBA plan (Health Care Retirement), life insurance policy, long term disability plan, and accidental death and dismemberment policy
To view and/or apply visit web site at: www.thurstonpud.org


Public Works Assistant

City of Toledo
Posted December 5, 2017


The Public Works Assistant is responsible for assisting in the overall operation, maintenance, and repairs of the City’s water distribution system, wastewater treatment plant sewer collection system, streets, and parks.

Possession of/or ability to obtain state certification as a Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator II and Water Distribution Manager I within one year of hire. Must possess a valid Washington State drivers license.

This is a laborer position and requires excellent equipment operation and mechanical abilities, working outdoors in all weather conditions, ability to lift 50 pounds, and respond to emergency situations at all hours. A good working relationship with the public is a must. This position must have the ability to understand all State, Federal, and City regulations and apply them.

Closing date for this position is: Opened Until Filled.

Salary Range: $31,200 – $39,756
Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, State Retirement, and Paid Vacation

If you are interested in this position, please mail or e-mail a letter of interest with a current resume to the above address. Thank you.



ERWoW Contact Info

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Physical Address: 11840 North US Highway 101 Shelton, WA 98584
Phone (360) 462.9287
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Email: info@erwow.org