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Lead Environmental Laboratory Technician

Job Description: Collects and analyzes surface and wastewater samples. Maintains NC Environmental Laboratory Certification.
Must possess at minimum Associates degree in Science/ Environmental discipline.
Hourly pay range $16.40 to $24.60 DOQ. Excellent benefits package to include medical, dental, vacation, 401 K and employer paid retirement.
M-F daytime work schedule.

How to Apply: https://ebci.com/jobs/

posted 5/19/17  (052717)

Water Treatment Plant Operator

Job Description: An employee in this position is responsible for participating in the operation and maintenance of a 2 MGD water treatment plant. Must have knowledge of the practices of water treatment and water purification analysis. Needs to have knowledge of chemical tests applicable to water treatment, equipment repair, maintenance techniques, appropriate safety precautions and procedures, mathematics applicable to plant operations, and fundamentals of computer operation. Performs a variety of water quality laboratory tests. Adjusts chemicals as necessary to maintain optimum plant performance. Monitors water tank levels, makes periodic checks of equipment, including feed pumps, flocculators, flash mixer, basins, filters, raw pump building and high service pump building. Retains plant records as required. Backwashes filters as required. Refills chemical day tanks. Maintains facility, which includes general housekeeping and grounds maintenance. Operates the SCADA system to control plant operation and keep up distribution system requirements. Works directly under the supervision of the Superintendent.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Must have working knowledge of North Carolina state regulations, standard practices, and testing procedures in the treatment of water. Must have a working knowledge of the operation and maintenance requirements of machines and equipment used in water treatment. This position requires the physical ability to lift approximately 55 lbs, reach overhead, twist, climb, kneel and squat. Must be willing to work holidays and during inclement weather. This position is rotating day/night shift, and will include some rotating weekend work.

Job Requirements:
Completion of high school or GED required. Prefer candidates with at least a grade (C-SURFACE) certificate in water treatment or be willing/able to obtain within one year of employment. Possession of a driver’s license valid in the State of North Carolina required.

How to Apply: Download an application at www.pittsboronc.gov and mail or fax to: Town Of Pittsboro Po Box 759 Pittsboro, NC, 27312 Ph# 919-542-3530 Fax# 919-542-0298

posted 5/18/17  (060217)

Collections System Supervisor

Job Description: As part of the Operations-Collections division, the Collections System Supervisor is responsible for supervising the repair and maintenance of the waste water collection system including supervising the daily operations of the Collections Division in order to ensure quality customer service and high level staff performance.

The Collections System Supervisor schedules and tracks preventive maintenance the division’s vehicles, reviews CCTV inspection videos, interprets the information, and directs the work orders to the appropriate division for repairs.

Additionally, the Collections Systems Supervisor will conduct field investigations of Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSO) and completes the proper documentation for required State Agencies and respond to sewer emergencies to uphold the statutory and regulatory requirements of the State of North Carolina Division of Water Resources and the EPA.
The Collections System Supervisor will conduct performance evaluations, ensure staff are trained, and assist in hiring, termination, and disciplinary recommendations.

The position requires a High School Diploma or GED, and five (5) years of work experience, a valid State of North Carolina driver’s license, and Grade 3 NC Wastewater Collection System Operator certification; Grade 4 certification preferred or ability to obtain within one-year of hire. Supervisory experience and five (5) years ORC experience (or equivalent) highly desired.

Requires exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, up to 30 pounds of force frequently, and up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects. Work is typically performed in an office and outdoors. The employee may be exposed to noise, dust, dirt, grease, machinery with moving parts, contagious or infectious diseases, irritating chemicals, and occasional cold or inclement weather

The position is a pay grade 19 with a hiring range of $47,177-$53,663. Hiring salary will be determined based on qualifications and internal equity.
Job posted: 5/12/2017, Job closes: Open until filled First review of applications will begin 5/26/2017
Candidates are strongly encouraged to apply by the first review date as the job may close without notice following this date

How to Apply: Completed CFPUA application required • Educational transcripts or copy of degree/diploma should accompany all applications • Applications may be hand delivered, emailed as a scanned attachment, faxed or mailed • Résumés may be submitted with the application but not instead of • Visit website to download employment application and view other opportunities: www.cfpua.org/jobs P: (910) 332-6570, F: (910) 332-6351, Email: employment@cfpua.org
Mail or hand delivery: CFPUA Human Resources – 235 Government Center Drive, Wilmington NC 28403

posted 5/15/17  (061517) 

Water Plant Superintendent/ORC

Job Description: Job Title: WATER TREATMENT PLANT SUPERINTENDENT
Hiring Salary Range: $51,002 – $59,056
Appointment Type: Regular, Full-Time
Location: Public Utilities Department, Franklinton, NC
Posting Date: May 3rd, 2017
Closing Date: July 3rd, 2017

Attention Applicants:
To apply submit a FRANKLIN COUNTY APPLICATION to Franklin County, Attn: Human Resources, 113 Market Street, Louisburg, NC 27549 by 5:00 p.m. on the closing date. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of County applications. A separate application is required for each position for which you want to apply.
An employee in this class performs difficult skilled technical and administrative work, planning, organizing and directing the operation and maintenance of the water treatment plant. Work is performed in accordance with state and federal regulations. The employee serves as the operator in responsible charge of the plant in ensuring compliance with regulatory agency requirements. Work also involves planning and assigning work to subordinates, inspecting the operations of the plant through observation and analysis of laboratory results.
Overseeing the recruitment and selection of division personnel; recommending candidates for hire; training and inspecting the work of staff; reviewing of time and attendance records and developing staff schedules; recommending transfers, promotions, suspensions, terminations, and demotions. Developing division operating and capital budgets; monitoring expenditures; overseeing the purchase of all division equipment and supplies.
Analyzing laboratory data and adjusting operational parameters to improve plant efficiency. Preparing a variety of reports for regulatory agencies concerning treatment operations; preparing reports for supervisor and maintaining records and files. Preparation and distribution of annual water quality report, and public announcements including CCR for Town System. Directing the maintenance and repair of plant equipment and scheduling contract work as necessary. Developing policies, operating procedures and enforcing safety regulations and ensuring compliance with permit requirements Working closely with regulatory agency representatives to ensure compliance with State and Federal rules and regulations. Conducting plant tours and making presentations to public groups.

Education or Experience Requirement:
Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with major coursework in chemistry, or related field and considerable experience in water treatment plant operations.

Special Requirements:
Possession of a valid North Carolina driver’s license upon hire.
Possession of North Carolina Class “A” Surface Water Treatment Operator, Grade I Physical/Chemical Wastewater Operator.
Ability to obtain North Carolina Grade “C” Distribution System Operator within one (1) year of hire
Ability of obtain a Confined Space Certification within six (6) months of hire.
Must meet and maintain all certification, license and training requirements for position.

posted 5/3/17  (070317)

Public Utilities Electrician

Job Description: Performs intermediate skilled technical and administrative work coordinating, scheduling, and performing preventative and corrective maintenance, repair, and modification of electrical equipment and related facilities, preparing and maintaining logs, records and reports, and related work as apparent or assigned. Work is performed under the general direction of the Public Services Manager.
Essential Job Functions:
Inspects, diagnosis, troubleshoots, maintains, repairs, and modifies electrical equipment at lift-stations, telemetry system, and other Town electrical systems and equipment.
Receives and handles work requests for performing maintenance and repair of electrical systems and equipment; maintains all electrical equipment for the safe operation of both equipment and personnel; develops and implements a preventative maintenance plan.
Coordinates all electrical work with staff and electrical contractors in the installation and repair of electrical systems and equipment;
monitors and reviews contracted electrical work to ensure the Town’s specifications are being adhered to; develops and reviews contract and construction electrical specifications to ensure the longevity and efficiency of electrical systems and equipment.
Installs, maintains, and calibrates instrumentation and controls for water, sewer pump stations, and water reservoirs.
Ensures compliance with all local, State, and Federal utilities and electrical codes, regulations, and laws; ensures and enforces safety and professional work standards.
Maintains records and files; prepares reports; prepares material and supply requisitions; orders and maintains supplies.
Assists in the training of other staff in electrical system repairs.
Coordinates permitting for electrical work.
Requirements:
High school diploma or GED with coursework in industrial electrical systems or related field and considerable experience in the maintenance and repair of electrical equipment and water and/or wastewater systems, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Possession of General Electrician license/certification.
Possession of Collection I, II, or III certification issued by the State of North Carolina is preferred.
Possession of an appropriate driver’s license valid in the State of North Carolina.
Must be able to work in on-call and call back status.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Thorough knowledge of advanced electricity, reservoir, and pump station controls and telemetry.
Thorough knowledge of electrical codes, technical schematic drawings and blue prints, and SCADA principles and process.
Thorough knowledge of the characteristics and operation of collections systems including motors, control systems, and related equipment.
Thorough knowledge of the machines, tools, equipment and materials used in the operation, maintenance and repair of utility systems.
Thorough knowledge of the occupational hazards and safety precautions necessary to work on utility and electrical systems.
Ability to troubleshoot, detect and repair flaws in the operation of mechanical equipment and electrical systems.
Ability to delegate authority and to plan, lay out and supervise the daily technical and maintenance operations.
Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions and give same in an understandable way.
Ability to be a self-starter and independent worker.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates, engineers, State inspectors, contractors, vendors, elected officials and the general public.

How to Apply: Copy and paste the following URL into your browser for further details regarding the position and to apply: https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1577778&B_ID=91

posted 5/3/17  (060117)

Chief Communications Officer

Job Description: Cape Fear Public Utility Authority (CFPUA) was created in 2008 to provide high-quality water and wastewater for the nearly 200,000 people who live in the City of Wilmington and New Hanover County. The Authority owns, operates and maintains the public water distribution and wastewater collections systems including two water treatment plants, three wastewater plants, elevated water tanks, well sites, pump stations, and several thousand miles of water and sewer lines. These operations are supported by our certified laboratory facility, customer service, engineering, finance, human resources and administration departments. CFPUA provides employees a variety of career opportunities with competitive salaries and benefits.

As part of the Administration division, the Chief Communications Officer is responsible for overseeing and coordinating public relations and public information for CFPUA internal and external communications. Additionally, the position functions as a liaison with stakeholders and other interested parties to promote strategy and solutions for the CFPUA service area; and serves as a key advisor to the Executive Director and management by advising and participating in decisions of direct impact to successful public relations and planning. Position will be available for responding to public information requests on nights, weekends and holidays. Other responsibilities include developing and directing communication strategies and coordinating the implementation of approved policies and procedures. The Chief Communications Officer develops, cultivates, and manages working relationships with stakeholders, local/regional developmental regulatory agencies and other interested parties. The Chief Communications Officer will attend local and regional development meetings, public conferences and ceremonies and will serve as a liaison with local/governmental development and planning departments and participates in professional development organizations, committees, boards and meetings.

The position requires a Bachelor’s degree in marketing or communication, or related field, and seven (7) years of work experience in
communications, news, media or marketing, including five (5) years of experience at the senior management level in governmental type work, relations building and negotiations, as well as a valid State of North Carolina driver’s license. Possession of FEMA/NIMS 100, 200, 300 400, 700, 702, and 704 certifications or ability to obtain are required. FEMA Independent Study 029 certification is preferred.

The position is a pay grade 23 with a hiring range of $66,659-$103,322. Hiring salary will be determined based on qualifications and internal equity.

Job posted: 4/27/2017, Job closes: Open until filled First review of applications will begin 5/18/2017
Candidates are strongly encouraged to apply by the first review date as the job may close without notice following this date.

How to Apply: Completed CFPUA application required. Educational transcripts or copy of degree/diploma should accompany all applications. Applications may be hand delivered, emailed as a scanned attachment, faxed or mailed. Résumés may be submitted with the application but not instead of. Visit website to download employment application and view other opportunities: www.cfpua.org/jobs. P: (910) 332-6570, F: (910) 332-6351, Email: employment@cfpua.org
Mail or hand delivery: CFPUA Human Resources-235 Government Center Drive, Wilmington NC 28403

posted 4/28/17  (052817)

Water Resources Manager

Job Description:
(Vacancy # WT082016-44.1)
Cape Fear Public Utility Authority (CFPUA) was created in 2008 to provide high-quality water and wastewater for the nearly 200,000 people who live in the City of Wilmington and New Hanover County. The Authority owns, operates and maintains the public water distribution and wastewater collections systems including two water treatment plants, three wastewater plants, elevated water tanks, well sites, pump stations, and several thousand miles of water and sewer lines. These operations are supported by our certified laboratory facility, customer service, engineering, finance, human resources and administration departments. CFPUA provides employees a variety of career opportunities with competitive salaries and benefits.

As leader of the Water Treatment division, the Water Resources Manager is responsible for directing the water treatment operations including: functional areas of production, treatment, water resources, and emergency response/security of the water assets. The manager develops plans and programming, such as load Water Supply plan, Tank Maintenance Program, Groundwater Management Program and other initiative as required.
The Water Resources Manager recommends and implements goals and objectives; establishes and monitors schedules and methods for water production and water treatment operations; and implements policies and procedures. The position directs and monitors the SCADA computerized monitoring system in the water treatment, production, raw water transmission, well fields, and water security. The position prepares various technical and management reports on water production, water quality, and water treatment and reviews drawings, specifications, blue prints, and reports for facility expansion. The Water Resources Manager ensures compliance with OSHA regulations, the Safe Drinking Water Act, Clean Water Act, and other relevant guidelines and regulations.

The positon requires “A”-Surface Water Treatment Operator, “A”-Distribution Operator and “A” Groundwater certification or ability to obtain these certifications within 6 months of hire. Also required is a Bachelor’s degree in an Engineering or Science curriculum, ten (10) years of work experience, and a valid State of North Carolina driver’s license.
The position is a pay grade 24 with an anticipated hiring range of $73,580 – $93,814. Hiring salary will be determined based on qualifications and internal equity.

How to Apply: • Completed CFPUA application required. • Educational transcripts or copy of degree/diploma should accompany all applications. • Applications may be hand delivered, emailed as a scanned attachment, faxed or mailed. • Résumés may be submitted with the application but not instead of. • Visit website for full job classification and to download employment application: www.cfpua.org/jobs. P: (910) 332-6570, F: (910) 332-6351, Email: employment@cfpua.org Mail or hand delivery: CFPUA Human Resources – 235 Government Center Drive, Wilmington NC 28403

posted 4/24/17 (062417)