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Plant Superintendent (WTP)
Job Description: Performs difficult technical and supervisory work planning, organizing and directing the operations, maintenance, and laboratory analysis at a water treatment plant and related facilities, including Neuse River Pump Station.
An employee in this class plans for twenty-four hour operations of a plant to treat and produce potable water in an environmentally safe manner. Work is performed in accordance with state and federal laws and regulations. The employee serves as Operator in Responsible Charge (ORC) of the plant in insuring that the permitted levels are met in the treatment process. Work involves planning and assigning work, inspecting the operations of the plant through observation and analysis of laboratory results, insuring proper preventive maintenance and repairs and overseeing the operations of a state-certified laboratory. Work also involves researching and recommending long and short range capital facilities and equipment construction and renovation; establishing and maintaining records and reports necessary for full compliance with all regulations and for effective management decision-making; requesting necessary resources in the annual budget, and motivating, coaching, and insuring effective productivity of division personnel. Work involves considerable initiative and judgment. The employee is subject to the hazards associated with working around water including hazards of noise, vibration, proximity to moving mechanical parts, electrical current, exposure to chemicals, fumes, odors, dusts, mists, gases, poor ventilation, and may be required to enter confined spaces. General administrative direction is received regarding matters of policy, budget, long range plans, personnel matters, and work priorities.
High School Diploma and over 10 Years’ Experience; or 2 Years of College/Associates Degree and 5 to 9 Years’ Experience; or Bachelor’s Degree and 2 to 5 Years’ Experience; or Master’s Degree and less than 2 Years’ Experience.
A Surface certification for water treatment by the State of North Carolina.
Possession of a valid North Carolina driver’s license.
Maintain passing scores on State examinations for Bacteriological Methods for Drinking Water Analysis and Process Control Chemistry.
How to Apply: To view the full job description and apply: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/goldsboronc
posted 1/12/17 (021117)
Surface Water Treatment Plant Operator (Part-time)
Job Description: A North Carolina Utility Management Company is seeking a part-time Surface Water Treatment Plant Operator for a facility located in Mocksville, NC. Individual is expected to perform technical work in regards to the operation and maintenance of water treatment facilities and should be able to work independently and efficiently under general supervision to ensure proper treatment is achieved. Individuals make regular tours of the facilities and check generators, pumps, filtration, chemical feed systems and other equipment for proper functioning. Records data from various meters and gauges; logs daily, weekly, and monthly activities; performs standard laboratory field parameters, general preventative, and scheduled maintenance; assists on major maintenance and repairs; and performs related duties as required. Pre-employment drug screenings and background checks are required. A High School Diploma or GED and two or more years of experience in the operation and maintenance of water treatment facilities. NC C-Surface certification is required.
How to Apply: Please submit resumes to Envirolink, Inc. PO Box 670 Bailey, NC 27807 or firstname.lastname@example.org
posted 12/28/16 (030117)
Water Resources Manager
Incumbents in this position are responsible for directing the water treatment operations of the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority including: functional areas of production, treatment, water resources, and emergency response/security of the water assets.
Develops plans and programming, such as load Water Supply plan, Tank Maintenance Program, Groundwater Management Program and other initiative as required; formulates budgetary data, assigns job duties, conducts employee evaluations, prepares contractual obligations, develops educational curriculum, and reports parameters as they relate to the overall programming of the office.
Recommends and implements goals and objectives; establishes and monitors schedules and methods for water production and water treatment operations; and implements policies and procedures.
Directs and monitors the SCADA computerized monitoring system in the water treatment, production, raw water transmission, well fields, and water security.
Prepares various technical and management reports on water production, water quality, and water treatment.
Responds to technical queries from local, state, and federal agencies, consultants, and the general public.
Ensures compliance with OSHA regulations, the Safe Drinking Water Act, Clean Water Act, and other relevant federal, state, and county guidelines and regulations.
Investigates work related accidents, and ensures the practice of safe work procedures.
Inspects facilities to monitor and prioritizes work projects as needed.
Conducts tours and meetings in order to inform the public on water plant operations and activities.
Represents CFPUA in meetings with representatives of other agencies, professional associations, and the public.
Possession of “A”-Surface Water Treatment Operator, “A”-Distribution Operator licenses/certifications and “A” Groundwater certification and/or ability to obtain these certifications in North Carolina within 6 months.
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Science curriculum, and ten (10) years of work experience with sufficient knowledge to understand the basic principles of the position, or an equivalent combination of education, experience and training.
Plant Maintenance Mechanic
PLANT MAINTENANCE MECHANIC- THE CITY OF STATESVILLE IS CURRENTLY RECRUITING TO FILL THE POSITON OF PLANT MAINTENANCE MECHANIC/WATER RESOURCES DEPARTMENT. POP. 25,432+. STATESVILLE IS LOCATED IN IREDELL COUNTY NEAR THE FOOTHILLS OF NORTH CAROLINA @ THE INTERSECTIONS OF INTERSTATES 40 AND 77. SALARY RANGE: $34,154.02 – $56,353.65.
THE CANDIDATE SELECTED TO FILL THIS POSITION WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR PERFORMING DIFFICULT TECHNICAL AND SKILLED WORK IN THE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF ALL WATER AND WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT EQUIPMENT. THIS POSITION REQUIRES THAT THE INCUMBENT POSSESS A THOROUGH KNOWLEDGE OF STANDARD PRACTICES, METHODS, TOOLS AND MATERIALS WHICH ARE USED IN TREATMENT PLANT EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE; A GENERAL KNOWLEDGE OF WELDING, ELECTRICITY, PLUMBING AND MECHANICAL TRADES; A THOROUGH KNOWLEDGE OF THE OCCUPATIONAL HAZARDS CONNECTED WITH PLANT MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS AND THE ABILITY TO OBSERVE AND ENFORCE APPROPRIATE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS; THE ABILITY TO WORK WITH SKETCHES OR BLUEPRINTS TO CLOSE TOLERANCES AND TO UNDERSTAND AND CARRY OUT DIFFICULT ORAL AND WRITTEN INSTRUCTIONS; AN ABILITY TO ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN EFFECTIVE WORKING RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHERS; SKILL IN THE USE AND CARE OF BENCH AND HAND TOOLS, MACHINES AND EQUIPMENT; GOOD COMMUNICATION SKILLS.
GRADUATION FROM HIGH SCHOOL AND CONSIDERABLE EXPERIENCE IN MAINTENANCE WORK
INVOLVING WELDING, PLUMBING, ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL REPAIR AND INSTALLATION
REQUIRED; OR ANY EQUIVALENT COMBINATION OF EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING WHICH PROVIDES
THE REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES. MUST POSSESS AN APPROPRIATE VALID DRIVER’S LICENSE
OR DEMONSTRATE THE ABILITY TO OBTAIN LICENSURE.
posted 11/29/16 (123116)