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Ad Title: Assistant Engineer (800313)
Location: Millersville, MD
Post Date: 01/15/19
Email: lyoun@menv.com
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Description:
Maryland Environmental Service is seeking an Assistant Engineer to provide project engineering
support to the Water/Wastewater Engineering Division at our Headquarters facility, in Millersville,
MD. The candidate will assist higher-level engineers in the performance of technical reviews, proposal
and report writing, collection and assessment of data, and project management.
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Ad Title: BioSolids Operator I Evening Shift 4 pm - midnight
Location: City of Salisbury
Post Date: 11/19/18
Contact: Human Resources Department
City: Salisbury
State: MD
Zip: 21801
Phone (W): 4105481065
Email: jobs@salisbury.md
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Description:
City of Salisbury
Water Works Department
BioSolids Operator I
Evening Shift 4 pm - midnight

Fulltime $32,670 Full benefits

Essential Functions: Assures the proper operation of the BioSolids section of the Waste Water Treatment Plant. This includes dewatering, drying and transporting to disposal site. Prepares and maintains reports for regulators and Department of Water Works. Ensures safety and compliance with federal and state regulations Assures proper operation and maintenance of equipment assigned to the BioSolids section.

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Ad Title: Deputy Director, Utility Services (Infrastructure Maintenance)
Location: WSSC, Laurel, Maryland
Post Date: 12/27/18
City: Laurel
State: MD
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Description:
Deputy Director, Utility Services (Infrastructure Maintenance)
Laurel, Maryland
Vacancy # 18-0061
Salary Range: $112,054 - $171,056

Job Description:
The Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) is one of the largest water and resource recovery utilities in the nation. Headquartered in Laurel, Maryland, WSSC serves residential and commercial customers in Prince George’s and Montgomery counties in suburban Washington, DC.
The Deputy Director, Utility Services serves as principal assistant to the Director, Utility Services. Responsibilities include planning, directing, coordinating and supervising the repair and maintenance of water distribution and wastewater collection systems assets and meter operations. The Deputy Director focuses on optimizing operations, creating efficiencies and creating consistent effective maintenance programs and processes.

Key Responsibilities:
• Assists Director, Utility Services in the operations, repair and maintenance of the infrastructure to deliver potable water and collection of wastewater
• Plans programs and implements complete maintenance repair and construction processes
• Coordinates maintenance and construction work with Division Managers and provides technical assistance
• Performs administrative duties for Division; assists Director with the daily management of the Division’s operating budgets, personnel, equipment, and facilities; assists with CIP budget requests; prepares specifications for major expenditures for construction equipment and materials, operating equipment and fleet vehicles; prepares technical operational reports
• Analyzes data from various data sources such as water system compliance testing, maintenance and repair work orders, and data from other appropriate databases;
determines trends, identifies issues, and recommends any needed changes to system operations or systems
• Supervises employees including selecting or recommending selection, training, assigning and evaluating work, counseling, disciplining, and/or termination or recommending termination
• Answers technical questions and advises the public and other governmental agencies on policy, maintenance and construction costs
• Coordinates Division’s preventative maintenance and repair program
• Responds to complaints or requests for information from customers


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Ad Title: Deputy Director, Water/Wastewater Production & Operations
Location: Laurel, Maryland
Post Date: 02/15/19
Description:
WSSC is one of the nation’s largest water and resource recovery utilities. Headquartered in Laurel, MD, we serve over 1.8 million commercial and residential customers in suburban Maryland. We are actively seeking a Deputy Director, Water/Wastewater Production & Operations to help us continue with our mission of providing clean drinking water to our customers and returning safely treated water to the environment.

The Deputy Director, Water/Wastewater Production & Operations is responsible for planning, directing, coordinating and supervising the operation and maintenance of WSSC’s water filtration plants, water resource recovery facilities and associated support facilities. The Deputy serves the principal assistant to the Director.
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Ad Title: Position Available Licensed Water and Waste Water Operator
Location: City of Crisfield, Crisfield Maryland
Post Date: 02/07/19
Contact: Mr. Richard M. Pollitt, Sr., City Manager City of
City: Crisfield
State: MD
Zip: 21817
Email: slandon@crisfieldcityhall.com
Description:
The City of Crisfield is seeking a Licensed Water and Waste Water Operator. Candidate must possess a Class 5A Waste Water Treatment License and a Water Treatment Class 1 Water License for the State of Maryland. Candidate must also have a valid Maryland Driver’s License, Class A preferred.
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Ad Title: Pretreatment Technician I
Location: City of Salisbury
Post Date: 11/19/18
Contact: Human Resources Department
City: Salisbury
State: MD
Zip: 21801
Phone (W): 410-548-1065
Email: jobs@salisbury.md
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Description:
City of Salisbury
Public Works Department
Pretreatment Technician I


Fulltime (40 Hours)
$25,935 - $28,073
Full Range of Benefits

Duties: Sets up and collects samples for process control and NPDES reporting purposes in accordance with USEPA and MDE guidelines; performs minor industrial user facility inspections; sets up and collects wastewater samples at the industrial user facilities connected to the City of Salisbury Wastewater Collection System; maintains field-testing and sampling equipment, tools and vehicles used by the pretreatment staff; cleans equipment, performs preventative maintenance, parts replacement, calibration of equipment, maintains and operates the WWTP composite samples; performs all minor industrial user sampling to meet the requirements of the City of Salisbury Pretreatment program; and performs other duties as assigned.

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Ad Title: Program Manager II (Grade 25)
Location: Montgomery County
Post Date: 10/17/18
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Description:
Program Manager II (Grade 25)
Montgomery County Government
Department of Environmental Protection
Rockville, Maryland

Salary Range: $63,439 - $105,241

The mission of the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is to enhance the quality of life in our community by protecting and improving
Montgomery County’s air, water and land in a sustainable way while fostering smart growth, a thriving economy and healthy communities.
DEP is seeking an experienced Program Manager with advanced knowledge of vegetated stormwater management practice design, construction,
inspection and maintenance to manage all aspects of DEP’s maintenance program for environmental site design (ESD) practices on
County owned and operated properties. A strong background in horticulture or landscape architecture related to stormwater management, and
environmental site design (ESD) practices will be required. The successful candidate should have experience working with plants native to
Maryland’s piedmont area, experience designing planting specifications for ESD practices, and an understanding of Maryland’s design specification
for ESD practices. The position resides in the Stormwater Facility Maintenance Section within the Watershed Management Operations
Division.
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Ad Title: Sr. Manager, Regulatory Services
Location: Laurel, Maryland
Post Date: 02/15/19
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Description:
WSSC is one of the nation’s largest water and resource recovery utilities. Headquartered in Laurel, MD, we serve over 1.8 million commercial and residential customers in suburban Maryland. We are actively seeking a Sr. Manager, Regulatory Services to lead and manage the activities of the Regulatory Services Division. Responsibilities include WSSC plumbing and gas-fitting regulation enforcement, code development, cross connection control, contractor permitting and licensing, industrial discharge permitting and inspection, and fats, oil and grease (FOG) permitting and inspection.

Key Responsibilities:
• Supervises plumbing and gas-fitting regulation enforcement processes
• Monitors developments and innovations in the plumbing and gas fitting industry and makes recommendations on technology implementation within WSSC’s service area
• Provides engineering leadership and investigates and justifies revisions to WSSC’s plumbing and gas fitting policies and procedures to assure public safety, environmental regulatory compliance and cost effectiveness while increasing quality and reliability
• Develops and implements effective policies and procedures to minimize/eliminate cross connections; oversees the prevention of contamination of WSSC’s potable water supply from on-property sources
• Supervises plans review (plumbing, fuel gas, site utility), licensing, and the issuance of permits; administers WSSC’s Systems Development Charge confirmation policy
• Develops and implements effective policies and procedures to regulate and minimize industrial discharge and hazardous and toxic waste spills
• Supervises the processing of requests for investigation of complaints such as hazardous and toxic waste discharges and initiates and signs warrants and injunctions against persons and corporations who violate industrial waste regulations
• Develops and implements effective policies and procedures for control of fats, oil and grease (FOG)
• Reviews the WSSC Consent Decree and its requirements and revises/updates policies and procedures as appropriate; researches best practices related to elimination and/or control of FOG-related sanitary sewer overflows
• Develops, negotiates and manages contracts with outside engineering consultants, contractors and vendors providing specialized inspection, testing and technical support
• Directs or assures development and implementation of effective individual development plans for each employee; Counsels and taking appropriate action to reward or discipline employees (including termination or recommending termination)
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Ad Title: Water Plant Operator I
Location: City of Salisbury Department of Water Works
Post Date: 11/19/18
Contact: Human Resources Department
City: Salisbury
State: MD
Zip: 21801
Phone (W): 410-548-1065
Email: jobs@salisbury.md
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Description:
City of Salisbury
Department of Water Works

Water Plant Operator I

Full time/Rotating Shifts
Salary: $32,670 Operator I
Full Range of Benefits

Duties: All phases of operations and maintenance of two water treatment plants, all wells, outbuildings and water towers. Treatment processes include pressure sand filters, aeration, ph control, corrosion control, fluoridation and disinfection.

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Ad Title: Water Works Department Laboratory Technician (WWTP)
Location: City of Salisbury
Post Date: 11/19/18
Contact: Human Resources Dept.
City: Salisbury
State: MD
Zip: 21801
Phone (W): 410-548-1065
Email: jobs@salisbury.md
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Description:
City of Salisbury
Water Works Department
Laboratory Technician (WWTP)

Fulltime $30,251 Annually Full Range of Benefits

Duties: Analyzes wastewater samples to ensure the Wastewater Treatment Plant is operating within
mandated guidelines; performs other duties as assigned.

Requirements: Collects samples (influent, effluent, clarifiers, and coliform); Operate lab equipment, including: pH meter, dissolved oxygen meter, titrator, distillation equipment, autoclave, COD analyzer and spectrophotometer; Conducts chemical analyses, including; biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), total suspended solids (TSS); total phosphorus and nitrogen, conductivity; calibrates pH meter; Reads and records temperature and pH of samples. Conducts bacterial analyses; fecal coliform analysis; enters data into computer and maintains log books. Cleans and maintains glassware, lab equipment and the laboratory; prepares media for microbiological analyses. Must follow written and oral instructions; Prepare accurate reports. Keeps Supervisor informed of unusual or detrimental conditions including equipment malfunctions and process problems.
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