Lead Wastewater Treatment Facility Operator
Alderwood Water & Wastewater District
Posted October 20, 2017
The Alderwood Water & Wastewater District (AWWD) is accepting applications for a Lead Wastewater Treatment Facility Operator position in the Maintenance & Operations Department. The incumbent in this position is responsible for leading, assigning, overseeing, and performing the work of Treatment Facility Operators. All application materials must be received by Monday, November 6, 2017 at 5:00 PM to be considered during the first review of applicants. Please visit www.awwd.com/jobs to apply online, or to view job description and full announcement.
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South West Region Circuit Rider
Evergreen Rural Water of Washington
Posted October 18, 2017
Drinking Water Technical Assistance Circuit Rider
Evergreen Rural Water of WA (EOE) is hiring a Drinking Water Circuit Rider for Southwest Washington. This position provides on-site technical assistance and training to water system personnel in all areas of operations, maintenance, management, security, finance, loan application, health and environmental issues.
This is a full-time non-exempt position. Salary based on qualifications. Position closes October 31, 2017.
• Multi-year experience in working for, operating, maintaining or managing a rural/community water system.
• Knowledge and understanding of regulations, monitoring and reporting requirements.
• Outgoing, friendly demeanor. Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing with operators, decision makers, regulatory agencies and other professionals.
• Willingness to travel extensively and provide presentations at evening meetings.
• WDM II, WTPO II, CCCS
• Competitive Salary
• Travel Reimbursement
Email resumes to Executive Director Tracey Hunter at email@example.com
Woodinville Water District
Posted October 11, 2017
Salary: $130,000 - $180,000
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 Woo
dinville 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. The District has a 2017 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: November 19, 2017 (open until filled).
Lewis County Water Sewer District 6
Posted October 9, 2017
Lewis County Water Sewer District 6 is looking for a full-time District Operator. We are a small 270 connection system located on the shores of scenic Lake Mayfield.
Required certifications: Water Distribution Manager 1; Water Treatment Plant Operator 1; Wastewater Operator Certification Group II, and Cross Connection Specialist.
Desired applicants should have experience with electrical repairs, mechanical, pumps, preventative maintenance and computer skills.
Operator must also be able to lift up to 50 pounds and be able to navigate terrain to read meters monthly.
Salary DOE, benefits and the opportunity to work at one of the best small systems in the state of Washington.
To apply for this position, send a resume and cover letter telling us the following:
1) Why you want to work for us; and 2) Why above all other candidates we should hire you?
Send this information to firstname.lastname@example.org or LCWDSD6, 100 Lakeside, Mossyrock, WA 98564
Construction Inspector I or II
Lakehaven Water and Sewer District
Posted September 26, 2017
Lakehaven Water and Sewer District has an immediate opening for a Construction Inspector (Field Technician I or II – Inspections) in the Development Engineering Department.
Range: $25.78 - $38.90 Range: $27.06 - $40.83
Employees in the Development Engineering Department observe the construction and installation of water and wastewater facilities for conformance with District approved project plans, District design and construction standards, right-of-way agency requirements, and governmental regulations and/or guidelines. Employees also perform or assist in performing technical work locating and marking underground water and sewer utilities using maps, record drawings, GIS software, and electronic equipment. Position placement and pay is dependent upon experience and qualifications.
State of Washington Department of Retirement Systems PERS Plans
Central Pension Fund Retirement Plan
State of Washington Health Care Authority’s Medical, Dental, Vision benefit programs
HRA VEBA Account
Paid Time Off
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Water and Wastewater Supervisor
City of Kirkland
Minimum Salary: $7,228.00 per month
Posted September 26, 2017
Maximum Salary: $9,328.00 per month
Employment Type: Full Time
Department: Public Works
Open until filled.. Applications first reviewed on: Wednesday, July 19, 2017
(Open to current employees and the general public.)
Looking for a new opportunity in Water Systems?
Join the Supervisory Management Team at the City of Kirkland!
The City of Kirkland, Washington, is located on the northeastern shoreline of Lake Washington east of Seattle. Regionally recognized as a City with a small town feel, a sense of history, and a strong appreciation for quality of life, Kirkland has a population of approximately 84,000 and a land area of eighteen square miles and provides water/waste water services to approximately 48,000 customers. The City is currently looking for a Water and Wastewater Supervisor which resides in the Utility Division of Public Works and reports to the Utility Division Manager.
The Water and Wastewater Supervisor coordinates and leads the daily activities and related resources within the Water and Wastewater Maintenance Crews as part of the Utility Division Public Works Department. The Utility Division is responsible for maintaining and operating the City’s water, wastewater and storm water systems. Positions at this level have responsibility for personnel management, and development and implementation of complex operational programs. The Utility Division works jointly with the Public Works Streets and Grounds Division at the City of Kirkland Maintenance Center.
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Samish Water District
Operator In Training- Sewer
Posted September 22, 2017
CLOSING DATE: 10/5/2017
LAST UPDATED: 9/18/2017
REPORTS TO: District Manager
CLASSIFICATION: FLSA non-exempt
HOURS PER WEEK: 40
WAGE RANGE: $3,640 - $4,107 per month
APPLICATION PACKETS CAN BE PICKED UP AT THE DISTRICT OFFICE.
APPLICATION PACKET, COVER LETER AND RESUME WILL BE ACCEPTED VIA:
DROP OFF OR MAIL: 2195 NULLE RD BELLINGHAM, WA 98229
Performs a variety of tasks in the maintenance and repair of the sanitary sewer collection system and wastewater treatment lagoons under the supervision of the District Manager.
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King County Water District #90
Posted September 7, 2017
Salary: $95,000 - $105,000
For a complete position profile and to apply online, visit Prothman at http://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Current Searches." For questions, call 206-368-0050.
Located in King County, Washington, King County Water District #90 (KCWD90) is headquartered in the East Renton Highlands. KCWD90 serves over 8,000 accounts in a service area of approximately 15 square miles. The District’s service area is 50% in the City of Renton, and 50% in unincorporated King County. The majority of the connections within the District are single-family residential, but the District also serves commercial, irrigation and school service accounts.
Reporting to the General Manager and the Board of Commissioners, the Operations Manager oversees the day-to-day operations of the Field Operations, and is responsible for ensuring system reliability and both timely maintenance and completion of scheduled capital projects.
A bachelor's degree in Environmental Science, Civil Engineering or a similar field, and 7-10 years of experience supervising a field crew in a water utility or broader utility environment is preferred. The successful candidate will have Water Distribution Manager 3, Water Treatment Plant Operator 1, and Cross-Connection Control Specialist certifications, or be able to take the exams within 6 months of hire. A history of working with a variety of software systems, including GIS, Telemetry, and Asset Management, and a current Washington State Driver's License is required.
KCWD90 is an equal opportunity employer. First review: September 24, 2017 (open until filled).
City of Deer Park
Posted August 24, 2017
Salary: $16.16 - $26.93 DOE with Full Benefits, Starting wage based on experience, certifications and knowledge. Benefits include medical, dental, vision and PERS retirement system.
Close Date: Open until filled.
Job Summary: The City of Deer Park has an opening in our Water and Wastewater Operations group for an experienced operator. The Wastewater Operator functions includes work within the City’s wastewater operations including but limited to the wastewater treatment plant, pump stations, collection system and related equipment and laboratory operations. The Water Operator functions include field data collection, meter reading, operating and maintaining valves, pumps, water lines and electronic components of the utility. Responding to water and wastewater system emergencies, customer inquiries and complaints and will be required to respond on evenings and weekends. (Check City Website for full Job Description)
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Town of Twisp
Public Works Operator
Posted August 17, 2017
Twisp is a town of 1000 residents nestled in the Cascade foothills that offers unmatched year round outdoor recreation. Live work and play in the beautiful Methow Valley.
The Town of Twisp has one immediate opening for a Public Works operator. Applications will be accepted for both certified and non-certified applicants. Pay scale depending on certification as follows;
• Public Works Operator in Training $17.48/hr.
• Public Works Operator 1 with WWTP 1 and WDM 1 $20.57/hr.
• Public Works Operator 2 with WWTP 2 and WDM 2 $22.94.
A Washington State CDL class B is required for the Operator 1 and 2 position.
Benefits include; State PERS retirement, Deferred Comp option, Medical/Dental/Vision/RX, Sick leave, Vacation, and 12 Holidays.
Job Summary; The person in this position is responsible, as part of the Public Works crew of 5, for the general maintenance, repair, and operation of the many faceted public works operations within the Town of Twisp. These operations include: road maintenance, airport, parks, pool, water utility services, and sanitary sewer collection and treatment. Full job descriptions can be viewed online at www.townoftwisp.com.
To take advantage of this opportunity, contact the Public Works Director Andrew Denham at 509-997-1311, or download an application and full job description at www.townoftwisp.com and email to email@example.com.
City of Bremerton
Posted August 9, 2017
SALARY: $24.72 - $29.12 Hourly
OPENING DATE: 08/08/17
CLOSING DATE: 08/25/17 05:00 PM
Under direction performs basic operation and maintenance work of the water supply system to provide a safe and reliable drinking water system meeting fire flows including the dam, surface supply and storage reservoirs, wells, pump stations, flow regulating valves, disinfection, and corrosion control systems, and facilities necessary to maintain a potable water supply, as well as documentation necessary to assure the City maintains its unfiltered surface supply system status and adherence to state and federal public health regulations, dam safety regulations, and the Safe Drinking Water Act.
• Water or related system operations, maintenance, and procedures
• State and Federal regulations and requirements for water system compliance
• Basic computer skills with knowledge of MS Office
• Water system emergency response procedures
• Basic water chemistry
APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
345 6th Street, Suite 600
Bremerton, WA 98337
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Lakehaven Water & Sewer District
Field Operations Maintenance Person
Posted July 17, 2017
Lakehaven Water and Sewer District has immediate openings for multiple Maintenance Workers in the Field Operations Department.
Maintenance Person I: Pay Range $22.26 - $33.63
Maintenance Person II: Pay Range $23.38 - $37.05
Maintenance Person III: Pay Range $27.06 - $40.83
• State of Washington Department of Retirement Systems PERS Plans
• Central Pension Fund Retirement Plan
• State of Washington Health Care Authority's Medical, Dental, Vision benefit programs
• Paid Time Off
• Holiday Pay
Visit our website at www.lakehaven.org for the position descriptions and application: (Note: please identify which Maintenance Person position you are applying for on your application- MPI, MPIIm or MPIII)
Open until filled
City of Eagle Point, Oregon
Public Works Supervisor
Posted June 22, 2017
For a complete position profile and to apply online, visit Prothman at http://www.prothman.com/. For questions, call 206-368-0050.
Located ten miles northeast of Interstate 5 and just 8 minutes north of Medford, the City of Eagle Point has been one of the fastest growing communities in southern Oregon, with a current population of roughly 9,000.
Incorporated in 1911, the City of Eagle Point operates under a Council-Administrator form of government. The city is organized into three operating departments: Administration, Police, and Public Works. The Public Works Department includes Engineering, Parks & Facilities, Stormwater, Streets, and Water Distribution.
Working under the general direction of the Public Works Director, the Public Works Supervisor plans, develops, manages, directs, and implements the yearly maintenance and operations of the city’s water system, parks, streets, stormwater, vehicle/equipment maintenance, and city facilities. The Supervisor directs and supervises all of the Public Works staff, including the Lead Worker, Specialists, Technicians, Laborers, temporary staff, and at times contractors.
Possession of a high school diploma or equivalent is required. A minimum of 5 years of general construction/municipal experience with at least 3 years of lead/supervisory experience. Possession or the ability to obtain a valid Oregon Level II Water Distribution Operator Certificate, a valid Oregon Cross Connection Specialist Certificate, and a valid Oregon Commercial Driver License.
First review: July 23, 2017 (open until filled).
City of Colville
Public Works Director
Posted June 16, 2017
THE CITY OF COLVILLE is accepting applications for one full-time Public Works Director. This FLSA exempt management position plans, organizes and directs the functions of the Public Works Department. The Public Works Director establishes departmental policies and oversees the planning, installation, inspection, maintenance and operation of the City’s water and sewer system and streets and assures compliance with related water and sewer facilities for City, State and Federal laws. This position is also responsible to plan, organize and direct the operation and maintenance, planning and design of all Municipal projects including storm drain, streets, utilities and structures. This position administers the Solid Waste program and contract and coordinates closely with other city departments. Bachelor’s degree in related field and a minimum of 5-8 years progressively responsible experience, including program and project management experience, OR any combination of education, experience, and training that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities. Five years of experience in supervision of personnel. Starting salary range is $5,557.71 to $6,641.98 per month D.O.E. Potential hiring incentive and relocation expenses may be available and negotiated. The City of Colville is a drug-free, smoke-free workplace and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, sexual orientation, or disability in employment or the provision of services. For questions please contact the Mayor at 509-684-5095. Application and job description may be obtained at the City Clerk/Human Resources Office, Colville City Hall, 170 S. Oak, Colville, WA or online at www.colville.wa.us. First review date of applications will be on July 14, 2017, position will be open until filled.
Water District 19- Vashon Island
Operations Technician II
Posted June 6, 2017
$22.00 - $32.00 Hourly $45,936 - $66,816 Annually
OPENING DATE: 6/5/2017
As an Operations Technician you'll be responsible for a variety utility operations and inspection duties. Under the direction of the Operations Lead, the Operations Technician II participates in activities in the field relating to all aspects of water treatment, pumping, distribution, water quality, water meters, facilities, fleet, buildings and grounds.
The successful candidate for this position will operate and maintain a 1 MGD surface water treatment plant, a distribution system including 37 miles of water main and associated infrastructure and does so cooperatively with District office staff. These positions generally work eight hours per day, five days per week and are on-call 24 hours per day one week out of every three. In addition, weekend work is required every third weekend for four hours per day to check status and collect samples.
May have responsibility for direct onsite inspection activities of outside contractor construction projects; interface with engineering consultant inspectors, water operator interns, or other personnel as assigned.
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Spanaway Water Company
Level 2 Water Operator
Posted June 6, 2017
Spanaway Water Company is seeking applicants to fill a Water Worker II position to perform public water system operation, maintenance and installation work. Must be self-motivated with the desire and ability to work or lead within an active team environment.
This is a journey level position that serves as a senior member of the Company’s field staff for all field operations and maintenance functions. Competently, with minimal direction, install, operate, maintain, and repair/replace water system components. Maintain vehicle readiness as well as tool and equipment maintenance; commitment to emergency response; well and water treatment operation; and inspection of contracted construction projects. Responds and reports to the Field Lead or as assigned by the Field Operations and Maintenance Manager.
Possess and maintain a valid Washington State Drivers and Class 'A' Commercial Driver’s License (air brakes).
Obtain and maintain a valid L & I Flagging and First Aid certification.
Demonstrate the knowledge and skills to properly operate and maintain construction equipment.
Department of Health Water Distribution Manager I certification is required within 18 months. Cross-Connection Control Specialist certifications required within 36 months.
Maintain Washington State Department of Labor and Industries competent person status; attend training for confined space and asbestos concrete pipe.
Participate in the Company’s random drug and alcohol testing program.
Wage and Benefits:
Starting salary range $20.34 to $27.14 with benefits. Starting wage based on experience, skill, knowledge and certifications. Final salary is $33.97. Benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance program as well as retirement program participation and Company funded certification training/testing. Job description and application available at www.spanaway-water.org or 18413 B St E, Spanaway, WA 98387, (253) 531-9024. Position open until filled.
Sales Assistant, Office Admin. Assistant, Shipping and Receiving Clerk
Posted May 15, 2017
Performs a variety of routine office administrative and warehouse shipping/receiving duties surrounding the sale and tracking of materials ordered by commercial & industrial customers in the Pacific NW & Alaska. Work is performed under the supervision of other office staff.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Answer phone calls, take messages, basic operations of the phone system.
• Take inventory for stock and orders.
• Shipping and receiving duties including preparing outgoing orders for shipment by UPS.
• Purchase for stock inventory needed to have sufficient quantities of commonly sold items on hand for quick shipment.
• Confirm customer orders and changes to existing orders.
• Expedite orders and shipments.
• File paper files accurately and organize filing system logically for quick retrieval.
• Organize and maintain filing system.
• Handle Return Goods Authorizations for customer return of materials purchased.
• Mailing if needed.
• Other general office administrative duties as needed.
• Help with logistics.
• $15.00/Hour – 40 Hours/Week
• Full Health Insurance Plan starting 60 days after start date.
• Simple IRA Plan
• Bonus may be awarded for extra effort & productivity.
• Work hours are from 8 AM – 5 PM, Monday - Friday
• 1 hour for lunch. Depending upon workload, lunch duration and timing may need to be flexible.
• One week paid vacation. ( after first full year ).
Company Contact Information:
Mark P. Greaves
Greaves Co., Inc.
PO Box 411
107 N 2nd St.
LaConner, WA 98257
Full Time Utility Worker
City of Pomeroy
Posted April 28, 2017
The City of Pomeroy has an opening for a full-time utility worker. Applications are available at City Hall from 9 am to 4:30 daily. Candidates would have enhanced qualifications for the position if they have or are able to obtain a Class B CDL. Having a State water or waste water certificate would also be a plus. Candidates are subject to an initial drug and alcohol screening and must possess a valid Washington drivers’ license. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and capable of lifting 50 pounds.
Applications will be accepted until filled. Please pick up applications at City Hall, N. 80-7th Street. The City of Pomeroy is an EEO/AA employer.
Water Treatment Plant Operator
Boistfort Valley Water
Re Posted April 14, 2017
Boistfort Valley Water has a job opening for a Water Treatment Plant Operator ll (WTPO 2). This position is responsible for operation, maintenance and monitoring of treatment plant. This is a full time position that requires being on call and working weekends. Must maintain intake and grounds of treatment facility. Will assist in major repairs or projects on system.
Education & Experience: Requires a water Treatment Plant Operator ll (WTPO 2) and a valid Washington State driver's license.
Physical requirements: This position requires the physical ability to climb, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, grip, dig, push, pull, lift, reach, walk quickly on uneven surfaces, and perform repetitive motions. Work involves using hands to handle, feel or operate objects, tools, or controls, and reaching with hands and arms.
Vision abilities required by this job include close vision and ability to adjust focus. May be required to occasionally lift, carry, push or pull up to 50 pounds unassisted.
We offer a limited benefits package including generous paid time off (vacation, sick and holidays), SEP IRA retirement plan and HRA (Health Reimbursement Account) available.
Pay Range: To be determined by certifications and experience
How to Apply:
Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org Or mail to Boistfort Valley Water P.O. BOX 269 Adna, WA 98522
Clallam County PUD
Posted April 14, 2017
POSITION: ENGINEER I
STATUS: Regular, Full-time, Exempt Staff Position
WORK WEEK: Monday through Friday
SUPERVISOR: Water & Wastewater Systems Superintendent
SALARY RANGE: Range 20 ($5,245 - $7,439 per month)
PURPOSE: Accomplish engineering functions related to the construction and maintenance of
the District's water and wastewater systems. Assist in short and long range water and wastewater
system planning to facilitate accomplishment of the District's mission and goals. Assist in
management of the Water and Wastewater System Department personnel and equipment in a
manner that ensures maximum continuity of service, and safe, efficient and economic operation
of the systems.
The documents to apply for this position can be found on our website: https://www.clallampud.net/engineer1www/
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Water Resources Engineer
McElhanney Consulting Services Ltd
Posted March 24, 2017
McElhanney Consulting Services Ltd. seeks a Senior Water Resources Engineer to join our busy team in Surrey, BC.
Typical projects within the scope of this position would include Watershed Planning and Integrated Stormwater Management Planning studies, Stormwater Infrastructure Designs, Floodplain Analysis & Management, Mine Water Management and River and Bridge Hydraulics.
• Education and background in water resource and hydrotechnical engineering, with minimum 15 years’ progressive experience
• Extensive experience in watershed and drainage studies, drainage infrastructure design and construction, and understanding of stormwater guidelines, policies, and bylaws
• Extensive technical knowledge and experience in hydrologic and hydraulic modeling and calculations. Knowledge of standard computer modelling software packages such as PC/XP-SWMM, OTT/SWMM-HYMO, QUALHYMO, MOUSE, HEC-1/2/RAS, Mike-11, and/or similar software. Experience in developing other calculation algorithms such as water balance models and climate change analysis
• Knowledge in other areas such as fluvial geomorphology, sediment transport, hydrogeology, hydro-electric development, water supply and distribution, wastewater collection systems, etc.
• Familiarity with environmental permitting processes and procedures
• Registration (in good standing) as a Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) in British Columbia, or eligibility for registration
• Demonstrated strong oral and written English language communications skills
• Demonstrated project and team management skills with a high degree of leadership capability
• Demonstrated skills in preparing written proposals, reports and public presentations
• Strong interpersonal skills
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