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Water Plant Operator II

Job Description: Water Plant Operator II 3rd Shift
Water Management, Williams Water Plants
Grade 204: Hiring Range: 37,511
Hours: 11:00 p.m. – 11:00 a.m.

Water Management has a vacancy for a level II Water Plant Operator who is responsible for the operation & maintenance duties of the Williams water treatment facility, water supply facility, elevated and ground storage tanks, and pressure zones including the associated pump and storage facilities. Plant Operators are required to monitor treatment process components to ensure efficient and effective operations. This position works the 3rd shift from 11:00 p.m. – 11:00 a.m., and will work where needed. As a certified operator, you may be required to work without direct supervision or solo on a shift.

Requirements:

• Grade C NC Surface Water Treatment Operators License; Grade B preferred
• Minimum 1 yr. of exp (3 or more preferred) in a surface water treatment facility
• High School Diploma or the equivalent
• North Carolina Class “C” Driver’s License
• Readily accessible by phone with ability to work stand-by/recall
• Basic math & chemistry calculations to accurately read meters & charts, maintain required records, & interpret readings to make necessary adjustments to treatment processes
• Make mixed arithmetic calculations involving multiplication, addition, subtraction, & division of whole numbers, decimals, & fractions

Benefits include 401(k), 457, retirement, flex spending accounts, & generous annual/holiday leave. Apply online at http://agency.governmentjobs.com/durhamnc

Job is open until filled
EOE Individuals selected for offer of employment must pass the City of Durham physical examination, drug/alcohol test, and background check. A driver’s license history check is conducted for those selected for interview. You must have the legal right to work in the U.S. The company will not sponsor any applicant to obtain documentation of that right to work.

How to Apply: Apply online at http://agency.governmentjobs.com/durhamnc

posted 11/8/17  (120817)

Treatment Plant Operator

Job Description: The City of Charlotte, Charlotte Water is seeking a Water Treatment Plant Operator. Charlotte Water is one of the largest public water and sewer service providers in the southeast. We value competent, skilled candidates with a service focus to work in a team environment.

Job Duties:
Operate and maintain treatment plant equipment such as filters, pumps, chlorinators, air compressors and electric motors; performs standard chemical and physical process control tests; keeps records of operations; performs math/chemical calculations, inspects for safe/efficient operations of plant equipment.

Job Requirements:
Requires high school graduation; good math and computer skills with experience in surface water treatment plant operations preferred. Must obtain NC grade “C” Surface Water Certification within eighteen months of hiring date: NC grade “B” Surface Water Certification within three years of hiring date; NC grade “A” Certification within five years of hiring date. Works around machinery and with chemicals; requires valid driver’s license and ability to obtain City driving authorization. Shift work required. Background check, drug test and physical exam required.

How to Apply: All applications must be submitted online at www.charmeck.org. Click on “Jobs” at the bottom then click on “How to Apply” under Human Resources-City of Charlotte

posted 11/7/17  (111717)

Water Treatment Supervisor

Job Description: WATER TREATMENT SUPERVISOR
Vacancy # WT102017-49, Position # 307

As part of the Operations division, the Water Treatment Supervisor is responsible for supervising the operation of water treatment facilities. The incumbent serves as the operator in responsible control for various water facilities.

The Water Treatment Supervisor develops plans and programming, 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. The incumbent oversees training of personnel in the operation and maintenance of water treatment systems, ensures that the plant operating parameters and compliance sampling schedule meet state and federal regulations. Additionally, the Water Treatment Supervisor prepares and oversees department budget and expenditures to ensure fiscal responsibility, oversees and approves the requisition of supplies for the division, oversees and monitors the division’s control and data acquisition system by configuring and troubleshooting system hardware and software, as well as the facility’s online instrumentation. The Water Treatment Supervisor works with internal and external equipment repair and management groups to ensure the repair, maintenance, and procurement of equipment, while directing and monitoring the division’s SCADA systems to ensure reliable operation and collection of data. This position addresses the inquiries of various city officials and departments regarding city water treatment policies and procedures, oversees the management and timely implementation and completion of various construction projects related to water treatment in the city.

The position requires a Bachelor’s degree, seven (7) years of supervisory experience with sufficient experience to understand the basic principles relevant to the major duties of the position, or a combination of equivalent education and experience, and a valid State of North Carolina driver’s license. Preferred certifications are: A-Well, A-Distribution, A-Surface, and Physical/Chemical Wastewater Treatment certifications.

The work is typically performed in an office while sitting at a desk or table or while sitting, or walking. Requires exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force to move objects. Additionally, the work requires balancing, climbing, fingering, hearing, mental acuity, repetitive motion, speaking, talking, visual acuity, and walking.

The position is a pay grade 21 with a hiring range of $55,258-$67,500.
Hiring salary will be determined based on qualifications and internal equity.

Job posted: 10/18/2017, Job closes: Open until filled
Positions posted ‘open until filled’ may be closed at any time with or without notice

How to Apply: • Completed CFPUA application required • 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 (address above)

posted 10/20/17  (111817)

Wastewater Treatment Process Operator

Job Description: Wastewater Treatment Process Operator
Vacancy # WWT102017-34, Position # 119

As part of the Operations-Waste Water division, the Wastewater Treatment Process Operator is responsible for participating in the operation, maintenance, and repair of wastewater treatment facilities.

The WWT Process Operator monitors and maintains wastewater treatment plant equipment, performs preventive maintenance and repairs, checks equipment and monitors processes, monitors and operates valve by starting and stopping pumps to adjust flow and operates and maintains boilers. Additionally, the Process Operator assists with the transfer of sludge from digesters, assists with the pumping of raw sludge to digester, monitors SCADA system for pump station and plant equipment alarms, collects wastewater samples, conducts lab tests and analysis, changes chlorine cylinders and changes pH, flow, and temperature charts. The Process Operator will also perform monthly safety inspections, create Safety logs and paperwork as required for OSHA compliance, enter data and use the computer program Operator 10 to generate reports and graphical output and performs assigned functions as an Essential Employee Personnel (EEP) member.

The positon requires a Grade I NC WWT Operator certification, High School Diploma or equivalent, one (1) year of work experience and a valid State of North Carolina driver’s license. Completion of HAZWOPER training is preferred.

This work 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, is typically performed in an office, a wastewater treatment plant, 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 13 with a starting salary of $35,430.
Hiring salary will be determined based on qualifications and internal equity.

How to Apply: • Completed CFPUA application required • 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 (address above)

posted 10/20/17  (111717)

Water Control Operator

Job Description: Water Control Operator-Sweeney
(Vacancy # WT092017-48, Position # 306)

As part of the Water Treatment division, the Water Control Operator is responsible for ensuring the production of quality, safe drinking water to customers. The Control Operator monitors the various functions of the water treatment plant facilities flow rates including performing chemical analysis, controlling plant flow rates to maintain adequate water supply and regulating plant discharge flows that provide the required pressure and tank levels in the distribution system.

The Control Operator also back washes filters to remain compliant with filter effluent turbidity rules, monitors residuals processing facility and NPDES discharge for compliance and sludge pumping scheduling and evaluates water usage needs by the city, and adjusts quantity of raw water being treated to meet expected future demands. Additionally, the Control Operator will perform lab tests to determine water quality and verify online instrumentation readings, complete reports and log various data on quality, quantity, and operational information, monitor plant security utilizing perimeter cameras, and control access to the facility. The Control Operator ensures proper operation and cleaning of filters by monitoring filter run-time, head loss, and efficient flow and turbidities, orders chemicals based on current need, projected usage, and weather conditions, performs maintenance and calibration on lab instruments and online metering equipment, cross-references lab test results, and ensures that online instrumentation are calibrated and transmitting accurate readings to the SCADA system, monitors all of the measured parameters of the treatment process in order to ensure that all local, state, federal regulations are being complied with, provides supervision and direction to the Water Process Operators and performs other related job duties as assigned.

The position requires a NCWTFOCB B Surface License, a High School Diploma or equivalent, two (2) years’ related work experience, and a valid NC Driver’s License. An associate’s degree or bachelor’s degree in a related field is preferred.

This position works rotating, 12-hour shifts and 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, a water treatment plant, 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 15 with a starting salary of $39,108.
Hiring salary will be determined based on qualifications and internal equity.

How to Apply: • Completed CFPUA application required • 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 (address above)

posted 10/20/17  (111717)

Surface Water Treatment Plant Operator

Job Description: The Town of Weaverville Public Works Department is now accepting applications for full-time employment with the Town of Weaverville – Lawrence T. Sprinkle Water Treatment Facility. This facility is a surface water plant on a flow by river. Employee will be performing tasks required for the complete operation and maintenance of the facility including laboratory analysis. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age. Candidate must hold a current Water Treatment Grade C Certification or higher. Candidate must possess a valid North Carolina Driver’s License and have the ability to obtain a NC Commercial Driving License “B” with tanker endorsement within 6 months of hire date (employer covers cost). For a more detailed description, request the Water Treatment Plant Operator/Operator Trainee job description. Opening is for night shift, typical work week is 4 days -10 hours per day Wednesday through Saturday. However, candidate must be willing to work as required to maintain water services. Hire will be extensively trained and must achieve competent demonstration of skills prior to independent operation without direct supervision.

Certified Minimum Entry wage is $ 35,543.27 per year, $ 17.0881 per hour. Applicants may be eligible to receive a higher wage offer depending on combination of education, certifications held and experience. Weaverville is an excellent place to work and live. The Town of Weaverville is and Equal Opportunity Employer. We are a drug and alcohol free work environment. In addition we offer an excellent benefit package. We currently offer employer paid health coverage for employee, including employee dental, and pay a portion of others covered. Weaverville also offers up to a 6% match for 401K contributions, membership in the North Carolina Local Government Retirement System, and annual options for additional coverage.

How to Apply: Applicants may obtain an application and a more complete job description at www.weavervillenc.org or contact Tony Laughter, Public Works Director direct at 828-484-7021 or by email at tlaughter@weavervillepublicworks.org.

posted 8/14/17  (020318)

Water Treatment Operator

Job Description: Operation, maintenance and laboratory duties designed to produce a safe and adequate supply of properly treated water. Work is performed on assigned shifts and includes: monitoring the plant’s operations through observation, mechanical readings, and the results of standard chemical and biological tests; and making necessary adjustments in the process as demand or other operational conditions dictate. Work also includes a variety of equipment, grounds, and facility maintenance. Employees maintain records of work activities and test results. Work is performed in accordance with regulations of the State Division of Environmental Management. Employees work in inside and outside environments and are subject to extreme hot and cold weather; are exposed to various hazards such as loud noises, moving mechanical parts, electrical current, chemicals, fumes, odors, dusts, mists, and poor ventilation.

How to Apply: Apply online at www.daviecountync.gov  under Employment.

posted 8/2/17  (010118)

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