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Ad Title: ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN I or II
Location: Northern Virginia
Post Date: 09/27/17
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Description:
ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN I or II
Operations & Maintenance Division
Electrical Systems
(Internal ID: 3220)

*One position is available; grade and level of the selected candidate will be determined based upon experience and qualifications.

Electrical Systems Technician I | Grade 27 | $47,409.19 - $79,084.08
Electrical Systems Technician II | Grade 25 | $42,918.92 - $71,593.78

Open: September 18, 2017
Close: Open Until Filled

RESPONSIBILITIES
The candidate will be responsible for performing a wide variety of tasks involving industrial electrical, electro-mechanical and electronic equipment; installation, maintenance (preventive, predictive and corrective), operation, modification, inspection, repair and troubleshooting of process equipment power and control, emergency generators, power distribution, motor control, lighting, associated systems and other related tasks as assigned. Works independently or as a team member under the general direction of the Lead Electrical Systems Technician or Electrical Systems Manager to carry out complex installations, inspections, troubleshooting and repairs, and plan procedures to keep all Plant Delivery Systems in working condition. The Electrical Systems Technician works independently on fire alarm systems, uninterruptible power supplies and power storage batteries. Works with and in support of various divisions, sections, trades, and technical staff in operation, maintenance and repair of a wide variety of electrical and electro-mechanical equipment. Incumbent is exposed to a wastewater biological and chemical hazardous environment and the hazards of rotating equipment. May be exposed to medium voltage on occasion.

The candidate must have extensive knowledge of all phases of industrial power and distribution equipment, motor controls, transformers; ability to work independently and safely to effect repairs as needed; good knowledge of standard industrial maintenance practices and safety procedures and applicable codes, to include lock-out/tag-out procedures and the National Electric Code; working knowledge of electronic and electro-mechanical devices; ability to use specialized tools, equipment, instruments, and wiring schematics to solve problems. The ability to plan work, estimate costs and labor, and prepares orders for material. Must be able to interpret and work from manufacturer manuals, blueprints, shop drawings, schematics and one-line diagrams. Sufficient color perception to distinguish colors of electrical wiring; ability to work safely with medium voltage and rotating machinery and the ability to work safely at heights and in confined spaces is necessary. The Electrical Systems Technician uses computer applications and data management software to prepare and submit written reports.


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Ad Title: Instrumentation Technician I and Instrumentation Technician II
Location: Anne Arundel County Utility Operations, MD
Post Date: 09/20/17
Phone (W): (410) 222-7595
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Description:
Position Description
Instrumentation Technician I - Hourly Rate: $16.70 - $20.53

Instrumentation Technician II - Hourly Rate: $22.59 - 31.69

This posting will be used to fill full-time, Safety Sensitive positions as they become vacant in the Instrumentation Technician proficiency advancement series in the Department of Public Works. The proficiency advancement series consists of the positions of Instrumentation Technician I, Instrumentation Technician II, Instrumentation Technician III and Senior Instrumentation Technician.

Once hired, employees non-competitively advance through the Instrumentation Technician series by obtaining additional skills and certifications and receiving skill based pay increases. The credentials of each candidate will determine which position classification is most appropriate for a candidate to be selected for. A pre-hire test is conducted prior to an offer of employment in order to determine the candidate's technical skills level and appropriate rate of pay for the position.
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Ad Title: Lead Water Resources Engineer
Location: Virginia Beach, Virginia
Post Date: 10/06/17
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Description:
Lead Water Resources Engineer

Work Location: Virginia Beach, Virginia
ID: 3073
Job Type: Full Time
Travel: 5%
For more than 70 years, Brown and Caldwell has been creating leading-edge environmental solutions for public agencies and private industry. We strive to be the environmental company of choice—to our clients, who benefit from our passion for delivering exceptional quality, and to our employees, present and future, who share our commitment to client service, collaboration and innovation. Join us, and you will find a home where you can do your best work, reach new levels of expertise and enjoy exceptional development opportunities. As a privately held firm with over 1,500 employee-owners in 50+ offices nationwide, the opportunity awaits for you to advance.

Description

We have an exciting opportunity for an engineer with experience in MS4 regulatory compliance and stormwater management facility (SWMF) design/construction/project management to join our growing team. We are seeking a motivated, achievement-oriented individual who can help us fulfill our commitment to deliver client success on each and every project we undertake. This position will provide project management, project engineering, and client service involvement on a variety of stormwater related projects. Specific work can include planning, design, regulatory compliance and permitting, field investigations, feasibility studies, design documentation, report writing, construction inspection and other tasks on current and future projects in Virginia Beach and across the Mid-Atlantic Area. Client service and support for marketing and proposals may also be included in this role.

This is an extraordinary opportunity for the right candidate to continue to build upon their career, do challenging and meaningful work, and protect the earth’s resources at the same time. If you are looking for an opportunity to work in the water resources arena with the potential to gain new knowledge, skills, and relationships in a collaborative, innovative and supportive environment, let’s talk.

Job Expectations:
This position offers the opportunity for significant professional growth while supporting water resources projects throughout Virginia Beach and other Mid-Atlantic states. We are looking for candidates who have a passion for building things, working collaboratively as part of a local, regional and national team, and desire to learn from seasoned professionals.

Primary responsibilities include:

Lead our local water resources team of engineers and scientists
Manage and lead design and other environmental engineering projects.
Provide oversight and direction to engineering project teams. Coordination with project team members, task leaders, and personnel located in multiple offices.
Coordinate with clients/owners, consultants, contractors, designers and regulatory agencies
Provide MS4 and other regulatory compliance, permit support and coordination with multiple agencies.
Coordinate all aspects of projects including planning, condition assessment, detailed design, construction administration, landscaping, natural resources, civil design, utilities and community interaction.
Prepare engineering reports, technical memorandums, specifications.
Research literature and develop solutions to complex scientific problems.
Be proactive in predicting, identifying, and solving project problems.
Manage project staff workloads, budgets, schedules and quality control
Professional association committee involvement.
Expansion of client base and current client relationships.
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Ad Title: Maintenance Mechanic
Location: Ashburn VA
Post Date: 09/14/17
City: Ashburn
State: VA
Zip: 20146
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Description:
Maintenance Mechanic


Loudoun Water, located in Ashburn VA is a public utility that provides water and wastewater service to customers in Loudoun County. We offer highly competitive salaries, a stable work environment and excellent employee benefits!

We are seeking a Maintenance Mechanic at the Water Treatment Facility who will assist in ensuring that the water plant facilities are consistently operational by performing a variety of responsible and skilled tasks in the operation, installation, and maintenance of the facilities mechanical and distribution systems. Perform semi skilled preventive and corrective maintenance on the facilities mechanical systems including, but not limited to solids handling, process piping, air generation, ozone generation, chemical storage and piping, and sludge/debris removal.





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Ad Title: PARK GENERAL MAINTENANCE WORKER III (14767, GRADE L05)
Location: Montgomery County Government
Post Date: 09/20/17
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Description:
PARK GENERAL MAINTENANCE WORKER III (14767, GRADE L05)
The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC), a six-time National Recreation and Parks Association Gold Medal Award Winner, is seeking a Stormwater Maintenance Worker III, to work within Montgomery County Department of Parks. The department serves a diverse population of over one million residents in Montgomery County, Maryland, and manages 419 parks on more than 37,000 acres of parkland. The Department has an annual operating budget of over $100 million, a six-year Capital Improvement Program of over $180 million, and a career staff of nearly 800 employees. The Southern Parks Division Stormwater Management Team maintains over 250 stormwater facilities, over 45 of these facilities are bioretention facilities. Many of the bioretention facilities are situated in highly visible areas within a park and present a focal point within the park layout. These facilities require a high level of maintenance. While primarily being a stormwater facility, they also serve as a wildlife habitat and a landscape feature. The Stormwater Management team is responsible for the non-structural maintenance of various types of stormwater facilities, such as bioretention facilities, dry ponds, wet ponds, wetland ponds, sand filters, infiltration trenches, and bioswales. The typical maintenance work includes weeding of bioretention facilities, planting of new facilities and supplemental planting of existing bioretention facilities; pruning shrubs and trees, removing non-native invasive vines, mulching, raking, leaf blowing, edging bioretention beds, weed eating, removing trash from facilities, mowing facility embankments, removing sediment accumulation on inflows and outflows, and performing minor erosion repairs. The successful candidate will be able to identify native and non-native plants in bioretention facilities and assist in the instruction, supervision and training of less experienced staff in the care of bioretention. The candidate will maintain, manage, and monitor the plantings in bioretention facilities and assist in making recommendations for appropriate plantings, record keeping of plant material in bioretention facilities, and needs to be able to work outside in a wide range of weather conditions. Additional skills include operation of vehicles, specialized landscape equipment and utilizes a variety of hand and power tools used in gardening and landscape maintenance work, performs preventative maintenance and minor repair on equipment. The candidate will have knowledge of principles of stormwater management including types of stormwater management facilities, basic design principles, and routine maintenance tasks is a plus.
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Ad Title: RELIABILITY SPECIALIST I/II/III*
Location: Northern Virginia
Post Date: 09/27/17
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Description:
RELIABILITY SPECIALIST I/II/III*
Operations & Maintenance Division
Support Systems
(Internal ID: 3614/3613/3612)
*One position is available; grade and level of the selected candidate will be determined based upon experience and qualifications.

Grade: 34/32/30
Pay Range: $55,040.60 - $112,030.72
Open: September 19, 2017
Close: Open Until Filled

The Upper Occoquan Service Authority is a leader in water reclamation making a difference in the protection of the region’s waterways and the drinking water for the public. If you want to make a difference in protecting the environment and serving the residents and businesses of Northern Virginia, UOSA wants to talk to you.

RESPONSIBILITIES
The Reliability Specialist will be a self-starter and highly motivated to work to optimize the effectiveness of UOSA’s equipment with a focus on reliability, equipment performance, and life cycle cost. The Reliability Specialist assignments will vary and encompass a variety of tasks. For example: work order analysis to find bad actors, conduct field investigations to find root causes of failures, develop equipment performance standards, act as project manager during commissioning, and train staff in precision maintenance techniques. The incumbent is expected to achieve high performance in a customer-service-oriented work environment. For the higher pay grades, the incumbent is expected to have a good understanding of operating context and take initiatives and responsibility for implementation of improvements. Work is performed under the general direction of the Maintenance Engineer.
The incumbent must have a strong understanding of principles, practices, and methods used in installation, maintenance (precision, predictive, preventive) and repair of equipment and infrastructure common to wastewater treatment facilities. Must clearly understand failure modes and peak performance requirements of mechanical and electrical equipment and their value added maintenance requirements. Must have basic knowledge of safety practices, safe work methods and safety regulations pertaining to their work. May be exposed to a wastewater biological and chemical hazardous environment, confined spaces or the hazards of rotating or moving machinery. Must demonstrate a high level of computer literacy, be able to interpret and analyze large volumes of data, have a strong knowledge of a CMMS software (JD Edwards preferred) and must be proficient in the Microsoft Office Suite. The incumbent must maintain accuracy and attention to detail as well as see the big picture and think strategically. Must be able to communicate tactfully and efficiently with others.

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Ad Title: Resident Engineer
Location: Beltsville, Maryland
Post Date: 10/06/17
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Description:
Resident Engineer

Work Location: Beltsville, Maryland
ID: 3055
Job Type: Full Time
Travel: 0-10%
For more than 70 years, Brown and Caldwell has been creating leading-edge environmental solutions for public agencies and private industry. We strive to be the environmental company of choice—to our clients, who benefit from our passion for delivering exceptional quality, and to our employees, present and future, who share our commitment to client service, collaboration and innovation. Join us, and you will find a home where you can do your best work, reach new levels of expertise and enjoy exceptional development opportunities. As a privately held firm with over 1,500 employee-owners in 50+ offices nationwide, the opportunity awaits for you to advance.

Description


We have an exciting opportunity for a Construction Manager or Resident Engineer (water/wastewater/water resources) with experience in construction oversight and coordination to join our growing team in the DC Metro Area. This is an extraordinary opportunity for the right candidate to continue to build upon their career, do challenging and meaningful work, and protect the earth’s resources at the same time. If you are looking for an opportunity to manage construction in the wastewater, potable water, infrastructure and environmental arena with the potential to gain new knowledge, skills, and relationships in a collaborative, innovative and supportive environment, let’s talk!
Job Expectations:
For the right candidate, this position offers the opportunity for significant professional growth and the potential to collaborate with local and national teams. We are looking for candidates who have a passion for building things, meeting new people, and a desire to learn from seasoned professionals who perform water/wastewater infrastructure work. Primary responsibilities may include:
Provide onsite Resident Engineering support for water, wastewater and water resources projects
Collaborate with a local project delivery team and national team of technical experts
Collaborate with a Design Project Manager to address design issues; coordinate with Contractor’s project manager; obtain daily updates on project issues and status from Construction Inspectors; report issues to Client.
Oversee and direct construction projects from conception to completion
Be proactive in predicting, identifying, and solving project problems.
Generate project correspondence, including responses to Contractor correspondence in a timely manner to avoid delay, to convey the Owner’s position, and to protect the Owner’s interests.
Work closely with the project Construction Inspectors to ensure the quality of construction.
Review and analyze Contractors’ Critical Path Method (CPM) schedules to ensure compliance with approved Contract schedule; address deficiencies.
Manage the construction budget, including managing pay applications and change orders, and maintaining current records related to the base work, contingency and Field
Review the project in-depth to schedule deliverables and estimate costs
Oversee all onsite and offsite constructions to monitor compliance with building and safety regulations
Coordinate in the field with clients/owners, consultants, contractors, designers and regulatory agencies
Meet contractual conditions of performance
Review the work progress daily
Prepare internal and external reports pertaining to job status
Plan ahead to prevent problems and resolve any emerging ones
Produce effective and accurate written documents, reports, and technical memorandums
Analyze, manage, and mitigate risks
Ensure quality construction standards and the use of proper construction techniques
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Ad Title: SENIOR CONTROL SYSTEMS ENGINEER or CONTROL SYSTEMS ENGINEER I
Location: Northern Virginia
Post Date: 09/27/17
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Description:
SENIOR CONTROL SYSTEMS ENGINEER or CONTROL SYSTEMS ENGINEER I
Technical Services Division
Engineering Section

*One position is available; grade and level of the selected candidate will be determined based upon experience and qualifications.
Senior Control Systems Engineer (4315) | Grade 38 | $84,012.04 - $140,141.92
Control Systems Engineer I (4310) | Grade 37 | $79,934.57 - $133,340.22
Open: Monday, August 28, 2017
Close: Open Until Filled
The Upper Occoquan Service Authority is a leader in water reclamation making a difference in the protection of the region’s waterways and the drinking water for the public. If you want to make a difference in protecting the environment and serving the residents and businesses of Northern Virginia, UOSA wants to talk to you.
RESPONSIBILITIES
The Senior Control Systems Engineer or Control Systems Engineer I performs programming, troubleshooting, maintenance, and implementation for many aspects of the Upper Occoquan Service Authority’s computerized industrial control system platform. Performs system administration functions, manages projects and performs duties relating to computer hardware, software, and ancillaries; does other related work as required. Performs control system network administrator tasks or may act solely as the control system network administrator. Work is performed under the general direction or specific supervision from the Lead Process Control Engineer or other Process Control Engineers as required.
Assignments are broad in scope and require use of seasoned judgment in making professional, independent decisions that have significant cost and production impact. Work involves the application of systems engineering knowledge and skill in a variety of UOSA operations, modifications and enhancement programs, and develops budgets related to the control network infrastructure. Control Systems Engineers plan, organize and implement specifically assigned projects and implements new systems or enhancements to current systems. Project management, task definition, and program implementation skills are a priority. The incumbent may act as the control system network administrator and performs programming, performs hardware and software installation, prepares documentation and performs user training as required. Some of the functions and/or responsibilities of the Control Systems Engineer are developing and maintaining documentation on control system infrastructure processes/procedures; maintains and monitors data using databases and applications; performs periodic reviews of server areas; performs systems administration tasks for operating systems, network, hardware, and control system software; performs programming tasks within UOSA’s Archestra system platform and manages and maintains UOSA’s Radio Telemetry infrastructure.
This position requires the ability to independently manage project workloads and coordinate activities of outside contractors and UOSA personnel including UOSA Process Control Engineer staff. Computer programming skills are required. TCP/IP networking and system administration experience in a MS-Windows environment is required. Experience with network cabling and switches, MS Access and SQL Server are required. Excellent skills in researching information system problems, troubleshooting, good written and verbal skills are also required.

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Ad Title: Stormwater/Water Resources Engineer
Location: Virginia Beach, Virginia
Post Date: 10/10/17
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Description:
Title: Stormwater/Water Resources Engineer
Location: Virginia Beach
Link: https://chp.tbe.taleo.net/chp04/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=BROWNCALDWELL&cws=1&rid=3177
For more than 70 years, Brown and Caldwell has been creating leading-edge environmental solutions for public agencies and private industry. We strive to be the environmental company of choice—to our clients, who benefit from our passion for delivering exceptional quality, and to our employees, present and future, who share our commitment to client service, collaboration and innovation. Join us, and you will find a home where you can do your best work, reach new levels of expertise and enjoy exceptional development opportunities. As a privately held firm with over 1,500 employee-owners in 50+ offices nationwide, the opportunity awaits for you to advance.

We have an exciting opportunity for a motivated, achievement-oriented individual who can help us fulfill our commitment to deliver client success on each and every project we undertake. This position will provide project engineering, detailed design, and client service involvement on a variety of water resources. Work may include condition assessment, regulatory compliance, permitting for engineering studies, design and construction management for stormwater management facilities, constructed wetlands, and stream restorations. The selected candidate will support current and future projects in the Virginia Beach Area and across the Mid-Atlantic.
This is an extraordinary opportunity for the right candidate to continue to build upon their career, do challenging and meaningful work, and protect the earth’s resources at the same time. If you are looking for an opportunity to work in the environmental arena with the potential to gain new knowledge, skills, and relationships in a collaborative, innovative and supportive environment, let’s talk.

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Ad Title: Water Resources Engineer
Location: Beltsville, Maryland
Post Date: 10/06/17
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Description:
Water Resources Engineer

Work Location: Beltsville, Maryland
ID: 3074
Job Type: Full Time
Travel: 5%
For more than 70 years, Brown and Caldwell has been creating leading-edge environmental solutions for public agencies and private industry. We strive to be the environmental company of choice—to our clients, who benefit from our passion for delivering exceptional quality, and to our employees, present and future, who share our commitment to client service, collaboration and innovation. Join us, and you will find a home where you can do your best work, reach new levels of expertise and enjoy exceptional development opportunities. As a privately held firm with over 1,500 employee-owners in 50+ offices nationwide, the opportunity awaits for you to advance.

Description

We have an exciting opportunity for an engineer or scientist with experience in watershed restoration design, construction and project management to join our growing team. We are seeking a motivated, achievement-oriented individual who can help us fulfill our commitment to deliver client success on each and every project we undertake. This position will provide project management, project engineering, and client service involvement on a variety of stormwater related projects. Specific work can include planning, design, regulatory compliance and permitting, field investigations, feasibility studies, design documentation, report writing, construction inspection and other tasks on current and future projects in Maryland, Virginia and across the Mid-Atlantic Area. Client service and support for marketing and proposals may also be included in this role.

This is an extraordinary opportunity for the right candidate to continue to build upon their career, do challenging and meaningful work, and protect the earth’s resources at the same time. If you are looking for an opportunity to work in the water resources arena with the potential to gain new knowledge, skills, and relationships in a collaborative, innovative and supportive environment, let’s talk.

Job Expectations:

This position offers the opportunity for significant professional growth while supporting water resources projects throughout Maryland, Virginia, and other Mid-Atlantic states. We are looking for candidates who have a passion for building things, working collaboratively as part of a local, regional and national team, and desire to learn from seasoned professionals.

Primary responsibilities include:

Manage and lead design and other environmental engineering projects.
Provide oversight and direction to engineering project teams. Coordination with project team members, task leaders, and personnel located in multiple offices.
Coordinate with clients/owners, consultants, contractors, designers and regulatory agencies
Provide MS4 and other regulatory compliance, permit support and coordination with multiple agencies.
Coordinate all aspects of projects including planning, condition assessment, detailed design, construction administration, landscaping, natural resources, civil design, utilities and community interaction.
Prepare engineering reports, technical memorandums, specifications.
Provide engineering services during construction, including coordinating responses to contractor questions and review of shop drawings.
Research literature and develop solutions to complex scientific problems.
Lead or participate in field work, site visits, and data collection in a variety of areas and weather conditions
Be proactive in predicting, identifying, and solving project problems.
Manage project staff workloads, budgets, schedules and quality control
Professional association committee involvement.
Expansion of client base and current client relationships.
Some technical sales through effective project delivery to aid in acquiring and securing additional future work for the company
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