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Ad Title: Civil Project Engineer III – Surface Water/Urban Stormwater Engineer
Location: Denver, CO
Post Date: 03/28/17
Contact: Julie Nelsen
City: Greenwood Village
State: CO
Zip: 80111
Phone (W): 303-353-3638
Email: julie.nelsen@merrick.com
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Description:
Merrick & Company is seeking a Project Engineer / Civil Engineer III with experience in analysis, design and construction oversight of urban stormwater and surface water infrastructure to join our Water Group in our Denver, Greenwood Village and Loveland Colorado offices.

Job Description
Perform assignments in the analysis and design of surface water and storm water features and infrastructure. Prepare and review working drawings, details, layouts, cost estimates, studies, reports and work products. Position also involves providing construction support and oversight including administration and limited inspection, submittal review and document management. Must be capable of performing independent design tasks, reviewing the designs of others, preparing bid documents including drawings and specifications, and organizing all drawings, reports, calculations, and associated project deliverables, after receiving initial instructions from project manager, while receiving limited supervision. Must be capable of directing and managing a team of design engineers and/or technicians on water projects. Must become knowledgeable of Merrick procedures, understand them and be able to apply them when required. Candidate must be capable of making sound engineering decisions, exercise initiative, judgment and knowledge commensurate with the responsibilities of the position.

The successful candidate must possess good interpersonal skills to effectively interface with clients and Local, State, and Federal government agencies and be capable to lead project progress meetings, make project presentations, and provide clear written communications. Additional duties may involve project management for projects including managing budget, schedule, and client expectations.

Some travel may be required.
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Ad Title: Civil Water Engineer III –Water and Wastewater
Location: Loveland, CO
Post Date: 03/28/17
Contact: Julie Nelsen
City: Greenwood Village
State: CO
Zip: 80111
Phone (W): 303-353-3638
Email: julie.nelsen@merrick.com
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Description:
Civil Water Engineer III –Water and Wastewater
CO-LOV-17-046 (#LI-CC1)

Introduction
Merrick & Company is seeking a Civil Engineer III with experience in design and construction oversight of water and wastewater infrastructure to join our Water Group in our Loveland, CO and Denver, CO office.

Job Description
· Perform assignments in the analysis and design of water and wastewater systems.
· Prepare and review working drawings, details, layouts, cost estimates, studies, reports and work products.
· Position also involves providing construction support and oversight including administration and limited inspection, document review of designs by others for conformance of design standards and support to municipal water and sewer operations and maintenance.
· Must be capable of performing independent design tasks, reviewing the designs of others, preparing bid documents including drawings and specifications, and organizing all drawings, reports, calculations, and associated project deliverables, after receiving initial instructions from project manager, while receiving limited supervision.
· Must become knowledgeable of Merrick procedures, understand them and be able to apply them when required.
· Candidate must be capable of making sound engineering decisions, exercise initiative, judgment and knowledge commensurate with the responsibilities of the position.
· The successful candidate must possess good interpersonal skills to effectively interface with clients and Local, State, and Federal government agencies and be capable to lead project progress meetings, make project presentations, and provide clear written communications.
· Additional duties may involve project management for projects.
· Some travel may be required.
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Ad Title: Collection & Distribution Lead Operator
Location: Parker, CO
Post Date: 03/27/17
City: Parker
State: CO
Zip: 80134
Phone (W): 303-841-4627
Email: districtjobs@pwsd.org
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Description:
Parker Water and Sanitation District is accepting applications for a full-time Collection & Distribution Lead Operator for the Water Resources Department.

JOB SUMMARY
This non-exempt position is responsible for leading a team of operators and for performing a wide variety of semi-skilled and manual work involved in the maintenance, installation, and repair of the District’s water distribution and sewer collection systems. Lead and assist in the supervision of operators, and inspect and review work methods, performance and quality. Minimum of Colorado Class 1 Collection and Colorado Class 1 Distribution certifications are required.

Duties will include, but not limited to:
• Responsible for leading, coaching, training, and directing a team of operators of various educational, certification and practical skill levels in both the collection and distribution areas of operations.
• Responsible for trouble shooting equipment and process control issues and working closely with the maintenance and IT departments, vendors and contractors for equipment repairs and scheduling. Performs appropriate follow-up procedures and keeps the Water Resources Superintendent informed.
• Oversees assigned operators and along with them, operate pumps, engines, generators and valves to control processes at lift stations, reservoirs, wells, storage tanks and booster stations according to standard operating procedures. Inspects equipment and makes recommendations to the Water Resources Superintendent regarding necessary repairs and maintenance.

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Ad Title: Seasonal Laborer
Location: Parker, CO
Post Date: 03/27/17
City: Parker
State: CO
Zip: 80134
Phone (W): 303-841-4627
Email: districtjobs@pwsd.org
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Description:
Parker Water and Sanitation District is accepting applications for a summer laborer position.

JOB SUMMARY
This non-exempt, non-benefited, temporary position performs general miscellaneous and unskilled tasks within the Water Resources Department. Some duties may include, but not limited to:
• Flushing fire hydrants
• Assist with valve maintenance
• Cleaning well houses and wastewater buildings
• Clean algae and debris from the secondary clarifiers weirs
• Perform routine clean-up and housekeeping of work areas and equipment.

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Ad Title: Summer Seasonal Systems Maintenance – Eagle River Water and Sanitati
Location: Avon, CO
Post Date: 03/27/17
Contact: Alison Kelkenberg
City: Vail
State: CO
Zip: 81567
Phone (W): 9704775418
Email: akelkenberg@erwsd.org
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Description:
Looking for a great Summer job with great views and a purpose? Eagle River Water and Sanitation District is currently seeking Seasonal Systems Maintenance Workers to support the Field Operations department in Summer operations. This role will support the goals of the Field Operations Department, which maintains and enhances the safety and well-being of the community by providing exceptional water and wastewater service, and maintaining the District’s extensive network of underground assets. The department continuously strives to meet the needs of the community by constantly focusing on customer service, efficient and effective utilization of resources, safety, innovation, and teamwork.
This is a great opportunity for a candidate who would like to gain some exposure to our industry and to work outdoors in a role that provides a service for our community. Other benefits include paid holidays and opportunities for training.

The regular schedule for this position will be 7:00am-3:30pm Monday-Friday but may work weekends or holidays as required. This position will work up to 1000 hours for the season and will be based out of the Avon Wastewater Treatment Facility.
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Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
• Assists in performing or performs repairs to fire hydrants, water mains, water valves, PRV's, sewer lines, sewer manholes, lift stations and helping other departments as needed.
• Performs repairs on equipment used by maintenance department.
• Operates power and hand tools in assisting with main repairs and system maintenance.
• Completes work orders daily and work order requests for jobs.
• Conducts general maintenance and painting.
• Performs traffic control on job sites.
• Must be willing to work overtime and weekends.
• Required to follow all District safety and security policies and wear Personal Protective Equipment as required by the job duties

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Ad Title: Engineering Supervisor
Location: Vail, CO
Post Date: 03/27/17
Contact: Alison Kelkenberg
City: Vail, Avon, Edwards
State: CO
Zip: 81657
Phone (W): 9704775418
Email: akelkenberg@erwsd.org
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Description:
Capital investment and long-range planning are essential functions of the District. Effective oversight of these functions ensures the future viability of the organization, its assets and the service the District provides to the community, and that the greatest value to our constituents is achieved.
We are looking for an experienced engineering professional to join our team as the Engineering Supervisor. This position will be responsible for supervising a talented team of Project Engineers and Constructions Manager. The ideal candidate for this role is forward thinking and not afraid undertake new initiatives in our organization without precedent.
This is a great opportunity for someone with project team management skills, strong communication skills, and good decision making ability to make a difference in shaping the local community in how Eagle River Water and Sanitation District provides service to new and existing developments effectively, economically and securely.
The Day to Day:
• TEAM SUPERVISION: This position will manage projects and oversee a team of project engineers and construction managers that are primarily responsible for the implementation of capital improvement projects. Develop project and people management skills within the department and with project team members for effective project implementation. Responsible for performance management, time management, talent management and purchasing card approvals for all direct reports. Benchmarks Engineering Department functions for productivity and decision making. Trains/guides project engineers and construction managers in best project management practices.
• CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT: Develop, implement and reinforce project and construction management best practices. Manage construction project schedules and budgets for effective use of District funds and allocation of personnel resources. Track and report project progress to the Engineering Manager, General Manager and Board of Directors.
• PROJECT MANAGEMENT: Coordinates and directs capital projects from planning phase to completion. Supports Engineering and Operations staff with planning, scoping, contracting, permitting, land acquisition, construction, startup and warranty phases of projects. With support from the Engineering Manager, responsible for reviewing project timelines, schedules, and budgets with staff, and supporting staff with problem solving, negotiations and quality control. Assists project engineers and construction managers with reviewing engineering designs, project manuals, contracts, shop drawings, invoices, pay applications and change orders as needed. Ensures the District’s project interests are coordinated as needed with project stakeholders including internal clients; private property owners; town, county, or state agencies; contractors; architects; engineers; utilities and other service providers. Assigns projects and delegates tasks to project engineers, construction managers, and interns. Directs the allocation of work to consulting engineers, consultants, in-house construction management personnel, out-sourced skills and other applicable resources.
• BUDGETING: Oversees and executes District capital improvement construction projects and manages projects within the budget approved by the Board of Directors. Manages annual budgeting process with Finance and Operations Departments to identify, prioritize, schedule and allocate funds for capital improvement needs and plan allocation of department resources. Monitors and manages budgets and expenditures for District construction projects.
• CONSTRUCTION REVIEW: Coordinates plan reviews with Engineering and Operations staff to insure that designs are constructible, integrated with existing District facilities, in conformance with District specifications and safety standards, and consistent with expectations of Operations Staff.
• COORDINATION AND COMMUNICATION: Manage consultant, contractor and out-sourced skills procurement processes for efficiency and value. Coordinates and directs project engineers and construction managers during scoping and planning stages. Coordinates with Planning staff to ensure that projects identified in Master Plans are designed and constructed to meet the long range planning goals of the District.
• THE BIG PICTURE: Collaborate with Operations Managers and Supervisors to champion continuous improvement in project management processes and procedures aimed at reducing District risk and increasing capital investment value. Support the Operations Divisions in realizing capital improvement goals.

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Ad Title: Collections Supervisor
Location: Avon, CO
Post Date: 03/27/17
Contact: Alison Kelkenberg
City: Vail
State: CO
Zip: 81657
Phone (W): 9704775418
Email: akelkenberg@erwsd.org
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Description:
The Collections group at Eagle River Water and Sanitation District is responsible for the repair and maintenance of the collection system and lift stations for all of the District’s facilities and assets. As part of the Field Operations Department, this group’s work enables ERWSD to do what it does best; provide efficient and reliable water and wastewater service to our customers.
We are currently seeking an experienced and dynamic leader to join our team as a Collections Supervisor

This is a great opportunity for a professional Field Operations Leader who would like to use their collections expertise to provide a service for the community. This role will plan, supervise, assign, inspect, and coordinate the activities and personnel in the Collections system in coordination with Field Ops department.

The regular schedule for this position will be 7:00am-3:30pm Monday-Friday and will include participation in the on-call rotation.

THE DAY TO DAY
Supervising Collection Systems and Maintenance
• Coordinates activities with other District departments to identify, define and resolve collections system problems or emergencies.
• Directs collection system workers to determine the performance and efficiency of collection system components and lift stations; Assigns and prioritizes personnel to maintenance and repair activities and inspects work for compliance with prescribed operational procedures and methods.
• Prepares requisitions and work orders for material, equipment, repairs and services and supplies; develops specifications for technical items as necessary; Performs the full range of maintenance work on facilities and systems including jetting and CCTV.
• Supervises and participates in developing, implementing and evaluating work processes, Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), systems, staffing levels, and procedures to achieve District goals, Department goals, objectives and meet work standards; Participates in the formulation of department goals.
• Manages a spare parts inventory for all collection systems assigned.
• Ensures that system maps and specifications are accurate.
Supervising Staff:
• Supervises, trains, instructs, and evaluates the work of assigned staff; Establishes performance requirements and personal development goals; regularly monitors employee performance and provides coaching for performance improvement and development; Assures continuous support and follow-up with all Field Operations and District staff; Completes annual performance evaluations of direct reports.
• Conducts or assists in training of collection system personnel in processes, operation of equipment, preventative maintenance and record keeping.
• Participates in the selection and training of Field Operations staff and provides or coordinates ongoing staff training to ensure safe and efficient performance.
• Assists in determining schedules for department; Approves time and attendance.
• Serves as an approved for Purchasing Cards.
• Serves as Field Operations Superintendent in Superintendent’s absence; May serve as Operator in Responsible Charge (ORC).
Budget and Administration
• Provides information for preparation of the annual budget around expenses, capital replacement and capital projects; Assists in the preparation of operating budget recommendations and monitors work activities and expenditures to control costs; authorizes the requisition and purchase of equipment and materials per District protocols.
• Prepares and/or reviews and maintains a wide variety of written reports and records, including work project analyses, surveys, work order progress and status reports, maintenance requests, equipment specifications, and operating costs.

Teamwork:
• Assist with efforts to maintain and improve distribution system water quality.
• Serves in an on-call capacity as required, including on weekends and holidays.

Safety:
• Required to follow all District safety and security policies and wear Personal Protective Equipment as required by the job duties; Responsible for carrying out the District’s safety program by ensuring employees follow safety practices in work methods and procedures; reinforces proper safety procedures while working in dangerous situations; educates employees on safe work habits and potential hazards presented by their work environment, recommends changes for improving safety to Safety Coordinator.

BIG PICTURE

Team Dynamics:
• Provides daily leadership and works with staff to ensure an environment that supports the Department’s goals and objectives and the District’s mission, vision and values. Works with staff to achieve optimized and efficient operations thru employee empowerment and engagement.

Long Range Planning:
• Researches, evaluates, and recommends new technologies, equipment, work processes to improve productivity, efficiency and employee safety; educates and trains staff on new and revised approaches, equipment and work processes.
• Acts as member of Construction Review Committee.

Organizational Support and Customer Service:
• Maintain strong relationships with all departments as the first line collections support for the entire organization, including co-workers, peers, managers, outside vendors, and contractors. Works to create positive, professional communications within the Field Operations department and between departments within the District.

Continuous Learning:
• Keep current with new technologies and industry standards. Attend training and conferences to support ongoing initiatives and bring value to the District.

Values:
• Align with District Values in all aspects of work.

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Ad Title: Distribution & Collection Systems Foreman - Jet/CCTV Operations
Location: Henderson, CO
Post Date: 03/23/17
Contact: Cheryl Layton
City: Henderson
State: CO
Zip: 80640
Email: jobline@sacwsd.org
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Description:
The South Adams County Water and Sanitation District is dedicated to providing affordable, sustainable water resources including quality water, wastewater and related services to our customers in a manner that promotes public health, safety and quality of life. We are looking to add an individual to our Maintenance department.

This working Foreman position directs routine and unplanned jetting and video inspection projects to ensure the proper operations of the District’s collection system. They will supervise, schedule and oversee personnel on assigned collection system, lift station, jet, camera and collection system condition assessment, cleaning program, and vapor-rooting program as well as the repair and maintenance of the District’s jet and closed circuit television (CCTV) programs and equipment. They will perform corrective and preventative maintenance on equipment, respond to customer complaints and concerns as well as perform jetting and CCTV operations.

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Ad Title: Industrial Mechanic - Water Plant
Location: Boulder, CO
Post Date: 03/21/17
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Description:
OVERALL JOB OBJECTIVE:

Under general supervision, to perform a variety of skilled maintenance, repair, and construction tasks on wastewater treatment equipment and facilities to ensure reliable and effective operation of the wastewater treatment facility, and to perform related duties as required.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Performs skilled maintenance and repair on treatment facility and remote facility equipment. This includes the following:
Troubleshoots, repairs, and overhauls pumps, motors, electrical breakers, circuitry, and associated equipment, variable frequency drives, valves and piping, chemical feeders, material conveyance equipment, hydraulic and pneumatic equipment, methane and natural gas boilers, and HVAC equipment.
Evaluates failed equipment or parts and implements proactive repairs that correct the cause of failure.
Estimates repair costs and purchases repair parts.
Estimates equipment downtime and assists Supervisors with coordinating repair activities with the operations staff.
Improvises repairs during emergency situations to keep facility equipment and electrical systems operational to maintain compliance with National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit requirements.
Updates Plant Operators and others regarding equipment problems.
Trains others in the proper operation and maintenance of equipment.
2. Performs technical diagnosis including:
Performs vibration analyses on rotating equipment using hand-held diagnostic equipment and computer software to detect cause of problem and implement corrective action.
Utilizes precision alignment equipment on a routine basis or when installing equipment to ensure proper alignment of machinery and drive motors.
Uses electrical diagnostic equipment to make repairs or recommendations regarding low and high voltage electrical circuitry and controls.
Utilizes computer software programs to diagnose and repair HVAC problems.
3. Directs and completes non-routine work projects including planning, purchasing supplies, coordinating the work effort, and communicating with other appropriate work groups. Modifies and upgrades facility equipment to meet treatment process needs.
4. Reads and interprets technical manuals and electronic, electrical, and mechanical schematics in the course of troubleshooting problems. Updates electrical/mechanical blueprints and schematics as system revisions are made.
5. Serves on various facility committees and projects such as safety, plant design and construction. Works with design consultants and construction managers on facility improvement projects and assists in oversight responsibilities. Directs and oversees contract maintenance and repair work.
6. Utilizes computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) to track repair work, spare parts usage, and maintenance activities, both preventative and corrective.
7. Maintains spare parts and supply inventories. Orders and purchases parts, supplies, and tools.
8. Oversees maintenance shop including checking out tools and supplies and maintaining a clean and safe work environment.
9. Is alert to conditions and events occurring at the wastewater treatment facility, anticipates needed repairs, and makes related recommendations. Updates technical knowledge through training, trade journals/publications, internet websites, and sharing information and job experiences with other employees.
10.Other:
Performs related duties as required to meet the needs of the city.
Takes proper safety precautions to prevent accidents. Responsible for the safety of self, others, materials, and equipment. Uses all required safety equipment and follows all safety regulations, policies and procedures. Reports all accidents and damage to city property.
Responsible for knowing and complying with all city and department policies; participating in professional trainings and development; and adhering to attendance and workplace attire policies.
Generally, duties and responsibilities are listed from most to least critical or time consuming
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Ad Title: Assistant General Manager - Administration
Location: 3630 FM 1765, Texas City, Texas 77591
Post Date: 03/15/17
Contact: Mike Tanner
Email: miketanner@governmentresource.com
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Description:
Gulf Coast Water Authority (GCWA), located in the Houston-Galveston area, provides water for industry, agriculture, and municipalities in Brazoria, Fort Bend, and Galveston counties. GCWA’s Administrative Office is located in Texas City where all financial, human resources, purchasing, and land administration are provided.

Gulf Coast Water Authority is governed by a ten-member Board of Directors. Under the direction of the General Manager, the Assistant General Manager-Administration is responsible for managing the Accounting and IT departments as well as other departments, projects and programs assigned to the position by the General Manager.

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Ad Title: Wastewater Treatment Operator
Contact: Marta Matsuno
City: Brighton
State: CO
Zip: 80601
Phone (W): 303-655-2098
Email: mmatsuno@brightonco.gov
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Description:
POSITION: Wastewater Treatment Operator
Position works 4/10 shifts SALARY: $18.33-$29.48 DOQ + Benefits
DEPARTMENT: Public Works CLOSING DATE: Open Until Filled

Definition:
Performs a variety of unskilled and semi-skilled duties in the operation and maintenance of the wastewater treatment plant. Looking for someone who likes to learn in a challenging and stimulating work environment, upward mobility based on your motivation to learn. This position is trainable. This position must work well independently and with the public, while providing excellent, respectful customer service and human relations skills which support of the City of Brighton’s mission and values.
Example of Duties:
Make scheduled wastewater treatment plant rounds observing plant operations, performing a variety of duties pertaining to wastewater treatment and noting plant maintenance needs. Monitor plant functions by reading gauges, graphs, meters, and control panels and SCADA system. Collect samples and perform routine laboratory tests, document results and take appropriate actions. Assist in a variety of maintenance and repairs of plant equipment and facilities including lubricating, painting, rebuilding and replacing treatment system parts and components. Clean and maintain tanks, screens, filters, pipes and pumps. Assist in inspecting and adjusting field pumping stations. Identify and inform supervisor and co-workers of present and potential problems and hazards. Train in the techniques and practices of wastewater treatment in order to become certified or to increase certification. Operate equipment and vehicles to repair and maintain the plant grounds. Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned. This position may be exposed to fumes, pathogens, airborne particles and various chemicals, some of which may be toxic. Work environment includes exposure to various conditions including excessive noise and extreme heat or cold. Use of a respirator may be required for some tasks and the operator may have to work in confined spaces.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Basic principles of high school biology and chemistry as applied to wastewater treatment. Ability to conduct basic laboratory tests, maintain records and compile data into written reports, recognize and react to treatment process changes and demands. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with fellow workers and supervisors. Must be able to lift 50 pounds. Must be able to work weekends.
Apply online at www.brightonco.gov or at 500 S. 4th Avenue, Brighton, CO 80601. Phone 303-655-2098 FAX 303-655-2171.

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Ad Title: Water Resources Maintenance Worker I - Seasonal
Location: City of Brighton
Post Date: 03/14/17
Contact: Marta Matsuno
City: Brighton
State: CO
Zip: 80601
Phone (W): 303-655-2098
Email: mmatsuno@brightonco.gov
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Description:
POSITION: Water Resources Maintenance Worker I - Seasonal SALARY: $16.15/hr.
DEPARTMENT: Utilities CLOSES: Open Until Filled
Performs a variety of unskilled and semi-skilled duties in the operation and maintenance of the wastewater treatment plant. Looking for someone who likes to learn in a challenging and stimulating work environment, upward mobility based on your motivation to learn. This position is trainable.

Example of Duties:
Make scheduled wastewater treatment plant rounds observing plant operations, performing a variety of duties pertaining to wastewater treatment and noting plant maintenance needs. Monitor plant functions by reading gauges, graphs, meters, and control panels and SCADA system. Collect samples and perform routine laboratory tests, document results and take appropriate actions. Assist in a variety of maintenance and repairs of plant equipment and facilities including lubricating, painting, rebuilding and replacing treatment system parts and components. Clean and maintain tanks, screens, filters, pipes and pumps. Assist in inspecting and adjusting field pumping stations. Identify and inform supervisor and co-workers of present and potential problems and hazards. Train in the techniques and practices of wastewater treatment in order to become certified or to increase certification. Operate equipment and vehicles to repair and maintain the plant grounds. Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned. This position may be exposed to fumes, pathogens, airborne particles and various chemicals, some of which may be toxic. Work environment includes exposure to various conditions including excessive noise and extreme heat or cold. Use of a respirator may be required for some tasks and the operator may have to work in confined spaces.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Basic principles of high school biology and chemistry as applied to wastewater treatment. Ability to conduct basic laboratory tests, maintain records and compile data into written reports, recognize and react to treatment process changes and demands. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with fellow workers and supervisors. Must be able to lift 50 pounds. Must be able to work weekends.

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Ad Title: Lead Water Treatment Plant Operator
Location: Wolf Point, MT
Post Date: 03/13/17
Contact: Tom Escarcega
City: Poplar
State: MT
Zip: 59255
Email: 4errwmni@nemontel.net
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Description:
The Eagle Shield Lead Water Treatment Plant Operator shall perform technical and direct work in the operation and maintenance of a 14 mgd Water Treatment Plant utilizing coagulation, ballasted flocculation and sedimentation, mixed media filtration, and disinfection processes. This position requires a higher level of technical knowledge, the ability to independently oversee shift operations and coordinate the duties of other Water Treatment Plant operators and laborers, and the possession of a Montana Class 1B Operator certification (surface water using chemical coagulation, filtration, and disinfection) or equivalent certification in other states, or the ability to obtain this certification within six months of becoming eligible. Work is performed under the direct supervision of the Assiniboine and Sioux Rural Water Supply System (ASRWSS) Manager.
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Ad Title: Water Treatment Plant Operator
Location: Wolf Point, MT
Post Date: 03/13/17
Contact: Tom Escarcega
City: Poplar
State: MT
Zip: 59255
Email: 4errwmni@nemontel.net
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Description:
The Eagle Shield Water Treatment Plant Operator shall perform technical and direct work in the operation and maintenance of a 14 mgd Water Treatment Plant utilizing coagulation, ballasted flocculation and sedimentation, mixed media filtration, and disinfection processes. This position may exercise technical and functional supervision over lower level staff. A minimum requirement is the possession of a Montana Class 2B or 3B Operator certification, or equivalent certification in other states, or the ability to obtain this certification within six months of becoming eligible. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Senior/Lead Water Treatment Plant Operator.
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Ad Title: Water Operator
Location: Parker, CO
Post Date: 03/13/17
City: Parker
State: CO
Zip: 80134
Phone (W): 303-841-4627
Email: districtjobs@pwsd.org
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Description:
Parker Water and Sanitation District is accepting applications for a Water Operator for the Water Resources Department.

JOB SUMMARY
This non-exempt position is responsible for operating, monitoring, controlling, testing and troubleshooting a well-based water supply and distribution system, and a potable water treatment plant.

Some duties include, but not limited to:
• Uses a SCADA computer system and manual controls to operate and monitor: 1) The potable water treatment process and adjusts chemicals and equipment in accordance with regulatory permits; and 2) The well system water supply and distribution system to maintain adequate water levels in the storage tanks by determining daily needs based on computer generated data, experience and seasonal / weather changes.
• Operate pumps, engines, generators, and valves to control processes at wells, booster stations and reservoirs. Operate the water wells, water treatment plant, booster stations and storage tanks according to the Standard Operating Procedures. Inspects equipment and makes recommendations to the Water Resources Lead Operator regarding necessary repairs, maintenance and calibration.
• Collects water samples, performs multiple laboratory tests, maintains accurate laboratory records, and notifies Lead Operator when parameters are outside of established norms.

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Ad Title: Mechanical/Electrical Technician
Location: Avon, CO
Post Date: 03/13/17
Contact: Ali Kelkenberg
City: Vail
State: CO
Zip: 81657
Phone (W): 9704775418
Email: akelkenberg@erwsd.org
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Description:
The M/E (Mechanical/Electrical) Group at Eagle River Water and Sanitation District is responsible for mechanical and electrical testing, troubleshooting, repair and preventative maintenance duties at all of the District’s facilities. As part of the Field Operations Department, this group’s work enables ERWSD to do what it does best- provide efficient and reliable water and wastewater service to our customers.

We are currently seeking a motivated self-starter to join our team as a Mechanical/Electrical Technician.

This is a great opportunity for an experienced Electrician who would like to use their experience to provide a service for the community. The regular schedule for this position will be 7:00am-3:30pm Monday-Friday and will be responsible for on-call shifts.

The Day to Day
Electrical and Mechanical: Performs a variety of basic level installation, testing, maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of a variety of electrical, mechanical and electronic systems, components and devices associated with the production, treatment, storage, transmission and distribution of water and wastewater; Inclusive of but not limited to replacing hydraulic lines and fittings, sump pumps, adjusting seal water volume, replacing valve and vent screens, motor control and pump control panels , installing wires, conduit, power distribution devices, motor starters, instrumentation, and VFD’s according to current electrical code; Basic testing of breakers, contactors and soft starts; Basic repair and maintenance of all starters, solenoids, breakers, relays, terminals and related electrical equipment
Maintenance: Maintenance and housekeeping of all District operated facilities, includes snow plowing; Responsible for ordering parts, supplies, and materials for repair of District mechanical/electrical equipment and ensuring a proper inventory of repair parts.
Teamwork: Serves in an on-call capacity as required.
Safety: Maintains and secures all assigned district tools, trucks and Personal Protective Equipment; Required to follow all District safety and security policies and wear Personal Protective Equipment as required by the job duties

Big Picture
Organizational Support: Maintain strong relationships with all departments as the first line Electrical and Mechanical support for the entire organization.
Continuous Learning: Keep current with new technologies and industry standards. Attend training and conferences to support ongoing initiatives and bring value to the District.
Values: Align with District Values in all aspects of work.
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Ad Title: Utility Locator
Location: Avon, CO
Post Date: 03/13/17
Contact: Alison Kelkenberg
City: Vail
State: CO
Zip: 81657
Phone (W): 9704775418
Email: akelkenberg@erwsd.org
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Description:
The Eagle River Water and Sanitation District is currently seeking an experienced Utility Locator to perform activities related to utility locating including maintenance, locating and recording underground utility lines and other District assets.

This position supports the goals of the Field Operations Department, which maintains and enhances the safety and well-being of the community by providing exceptional water and wastewater service, and maintaining the District’s extensive network of underground assets. The department continuously strives to meet the needs of the community by constantly focusing on customer service, efficient and effective utilization of resources, safety, innovation, and teamwork.

The regular schedule for this position will be 40 hours a week Monday-Friday and will be responsible for occasional on-call shifts.

This is an exciting opportunity for a positive, collaborative and communicative professional with good decision making ability. The ideal candidate for this role must be organized, have utility locating experience and be comfortable working on their own. This position will have a ton of daily variety, including working with lots of different people, office work and outdoor field work. And the best part: you get paid to drive around and see some pretty amazing places.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Locates underground utility lines for ERWSD/UERWA.
Uses utility maps, as-built civil engineering drawings, G.I.S. information, and various pipe and electronic locating equipment.
Utilizes stakes, flags, and/or paint to mark the location of underground utilities.
Utilizing Cityworks and 811 prepares various reports, forms, photos and memos to document work orders, and problems encountered and/or resolved.
Create and complete computer generated work orders daily using GIS and CMMS.
Updates ERWSD/UERWA program-related records.
Verifies field information and notifies the designated departments regarding updates and corrections.
Investigates and prepares detailed written documentation on excavations that result in damage to underground utilities.
Assists in shut down of mains for repairs or connections.
Provides support and back up to the Field Operations and Customer Service staff.
Operates and maintains mechanical and electronic equipment,
Demonstrate knowledge of District Regulations regarding development and construction.
Coordinate activities with other District Departments and/or Divisions.
Required to follow all District safety and security policies and wear Personal Protective Equipment as required by the job duties.
Other duties as assigned
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Ad Title: Water Resource Specialist Position Description
Location: Fort Collins, CO
Post Date: 03/09/17
Contact: Richard Raines
City: Fort Collins
State: CO
Zip: 80521
Phone (W): 970-218-2738
Email: rraines@scwtp.org.
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Description:
Tri-Districts Water Resources is seeking an experienced water resource professional to assist in the development and management of the water supplies for the East Larimer County Water District, the Fort Collins-Loveland Water District, and the North Weld County Water District. The position reports directly to the Water Resource Manager and will be involved in a wide variety of projects to support the development and management of municipal raw water supplies.
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Ad Title: Water Treatment Plant Operator
Location: Brighton, CO
Post Date: 03/07/17
Contact: Human Resources
City: Aurora
State: CO
Zip: 80016
Phone (W): 303-226-9180
Email: Jobsis@eccv.org
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Description:
Treatment Plant Operator

Our Operators provide critical support to our mission by pumping well water from the Bee Bee Draw alluvial through our 10 MGD Reverse Osmosis Treatment Facility, located in Brighton, CO. Operators will apply their experience in areas of load control of 3 storage tanks, a vast distribution system, and light maintenance of facility equipment. Responsibilities include:

• Operation of a Reverse Osmosis Purification Facility including Ultra Violet disinfection.
• Ensures compliance of all State and EPA Regulations.
• Monitors raw water flow rates, finish water flow rates and chemical dosing.
• Performs water quality analysis.
• Utilizes Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) for operations and monitoring of plant performance.
• Maintains plant equipment, raw water pumping equipment and distribution equipment to ensure proper operation of the treatment facility.
• Target hiring range: $21-$33/hr DOQ/E


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Ad Title: Strategy and Communications Officer
Location: Denver, CO
Post Date: 03/06/17
City: Denver
State: CO
Zip: 80229
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Description:
A nationally recognized leader in the Clean Water industry
4-Day Work Week Available

Salary Range: $103,000 -$133,000

ABOUT US - We provide wastewater conveyance and treatment services for 1.8 million people in the Denver Metro area and are a nationally recognized leader in our industry. We own and operate approximately 230 miles of interceptor sewer that conveys wastewater from 59 local municipalities to the 220 MGD Robert W. Hite Treatment Facility (RWHTF).

THE OPPORTUNITY – Reporting to the Director of Innovation and Strategy, oversees all District-wide Strategy and Communication functions. Directs and leads the work activities associated with developing and sustaining the District’s Strategic Plan and its related organizational performance improvement projects and initiatives and manages all related internal and external communications, public information and messaging. Leads and oversees the Strategic Plan’s inter-departmental teams and related project execution teams to achieve the intended impact on the organization. Develops and maintains the documents and other information sources that help guide and sustain the Strategic Plan program as well as convey progress on activities through regular communication with District staff.

Typical Duties
1. Responsible for managing the District’s Strategic Plan Program, strategic planning content development and updates to the Strategic Plan.
2. Develops a high-level plan with Department and Division Heads that prioritizes objectives for Strategy and helps align departmental initiatives with the District’s broader Strategic Plan goals.
3. Serves as the main point of contact for project stakeholders and resources across District departments. Responsible for the overall success of each project from original conceptualization through final implementation. Develops and manages the budget and resource needs within the Department for Strategy.
4. Forms, charters and leads cross-functional District staff teams to (a) conduct in-depth assessments of existing organizational processes and practices identified for improvement, (b) define project benchmark, (c) build a schedule and work plan, and (d) drive the execution of the plan.
5. Manages the project teams, creates project meeting agendas, tracks project status and performs related analyses. Monitors the project team to ensure project accountabilities and deliverables are met on time and within budget. Prepares monthly report to track progress with plan objectives.
6. Manages public information and District communications both internal and external to the organization and supervises assigned staff.
7. Develops and maintains a communication plan with lines and forms of communication that keep team members, District staff and other stakeholders informed. Manages the user interface and content of the Strategic Planning Sharepoint site.
8. Participates in Capital Planning Work Group and the PAR process for Strategic Plan related projects.
9. Prepare and deliver update presentations to Senior Management, Board and District staff.
10. Develops and maintains a District-focused Process Improvement training and certification program.


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Ad Title: Water Conservation and Efficiency Coordinator
Location: Highlands Ranch, CO
Post Date: 03/02/17
Contact: Human Resources
City: Highlands Ranch
State: CO
Zip: 80129
Phone (W): 303-791-0430
Email: humanresources@highlandsranch.org
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Description:
Centennial Water and Sanitation District is currently accepting applications for the position of Water Conservation & Efficiency Coordinator. Successful candidates must have knowledge of water conservation & efficiency programs and techniques and posses the ability to represent the District in a professional manner.

Primary Responsibilities:
* Develops and facilitates the implementation of the District’s water conservation and efficiency program.
* Prepares educational information and delivers presentations to our customers in coordination with our Community Relations department.
* Collects and analyzes data related to water usage, water audits and program effectiveness in order to make recommendations.
* Coordinates with in-house personnel, outside agencies, customer groups, and provides technical support to the water conservation and efficiency efforts.
* Interviews, hires and supervises temporary Water Conservation Monitors for customer compliance with District conservation and efficiency programs.
* Performs on-site water audits for customers and evaluates both indoor fixtures and irrigation system operations.


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Ad Title: Class D Water Treatment, Class 1 Distribution and Collection Operator
Location: Inverness Water & Sanitation District
Post Date: 02/24/17
Contact: Marty Deline
City: Englewood
State: CO
Zip: 80130
Phone (W): 303-790-7434
Email: contactus@invernesswater.org
Description:
Full time position operating groundwater and consecutive water facilities, distribution system and collection system. IWSD is a special district serving a commercial/resort/residential community and Cottonwood Water & Sanitation District in Parker, CO. Seeking a high-quality, self-motivated, good team worker because we strive to provide excellent customer service with a relatively small staff.
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Ad Title: Public Works
Location: Town of Nunn
Post Date: 02/24/17
Contact: Cathy Payne
City: Town of Nunn
State: CO
Zip: 80648
Phone (W): 970-897-2385
Email: townofnunn@ezlink.com
Description:
Must have the ability to maintain the Town's infrastructure and cemetery. This includes operating town equipment, reading water meters, repairs, as needed for water lines, equipment, etc. Need to be detail orientated. Salary, negotiable depending on experience and qualifications.
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Ad Title: Utility Worker
Location: Strontia Springs Reservoir
Post Date: 02/16/17
Contact: Rod Innes
City: Westminster
State: CO
Zip: 80031
Phone (W): 303.430.1441
Email: rod@conetstaff.com
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Description:
Utility Worker
Job Description
$16.00/hr
M-F 8am-4:30pm

Position Summary:
• Under direct supervision, preform skilled landscape involving installation, maintenance, and repair of landscape, irrigation, and pesticide related products throughout all facilities and grounds.
Supervisory Responsibilities:
• This position does not have formal supervisory responsibilities over others.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Repair, install, and calibrate or adjust the maintenance of automatic irrigation systems. Apply herbicide/pesticides, prune or cut trees and shrubs, and perform other tasks related to grounds and landscape maintenance.
• Plan and schedule employees, materials, and equipment needed for the completion of assigned, routing, and emergency work.
• Collect, maintain, and analyze data regarding landscape condition, site vegetation, inventories preventative maintenance, equipment condition, contracts administration, and related information.
• Operate and maintain a variety of equipment including utility trucks, tractor mowers, and other related equipment. Transport equipment to job sites using small trucks and utility trailers in compliance with appropriate regulations.
• Assist new employees on standard job methods and procedures, the use of tools and equipment, and in the fundamentals of ground maintenance.
• Estimate and procure materials for landscape repairs and instillation.
• Preform related work as required.

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Ad Title: Director of Water and Wasterwater Operations
Location: Highlands Ranch, CO
Post Date: 02/15/17
Contact: Human Resources
City: Highlands Ranch
State: CO
Zip: 80129
Phone (W): 303-791-0430
Email: humanresources@highlandsranch.org
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Description:
Centennial Water and Sanitation District, which serves the community of Highlands Ranch, CO and adjoining portions of northern Douglas County, is seeking an experienced Director of Water and Wastewater Operations. The current population of Highlands Ranch is more than 95,000 residents. The District’s operations include surface-water diversions and pumping systems; raw-water transmission and reservoir storage; surface-water and ground-water treatment; treated-water transmission, distribution, and metering; and wastewater collection and treatment. The District also operates a robust conjunctive use system with over 50 Denver Basin and four alluvial supply wells, and a proven aquifer storage and recovery system. The District has extensive surface- and ground-water resources, and is an member of the South Metro Water Supply Authority, the South Metro WISE Authority, the Colorado Water Congress, the American Water Works Association, the Water and Environment Federation, and the Chatfield Reallocation Mitigation Company.

Primary Responsibilities:
* Reports to the General Manager and works in collaboration with other directors and managers to achieve the District’s goals and objectives.

* Prepares and manages annual Operations budgets.

* Supervises division managers and department support staff, either directly or through subordinates.

* Collaborates with water resources staff on the delivery of raw water from surface water and ground water sources for treatment and transmission.

* Responsible for carrying out water and wastewater operations to meet community service demands and assure operations comply with all Stare and Federal regulations, including CDPHE permit conditions.

* Oversees the development of short- and long-range plans related to operation of the District’s water and wastewater infrastructure, staff, maintenance, and capital investments.


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Ad Title: Water Utility Worker II
Location: Coeur d Alene, ID
Post Date: 02/07/17
Contact: Darci Todd
Phone (W): 208-666-5755
Email: dtodd@cdaid.org
Description:
Utility Worker II, City of Coeur d'Alene. Starting hourly wage is $18.55, supplemented by a generous benefit package. Performs diverse office & field duties for the Water Department, including installation, maintenance & repair duties of the city water supply, storage and distribution system. Complete job announcement & application available on website, www.cdaid.org, or H.R., 710 E. Mullan, CDA, (208) 769-2205. Filing deadline is 5pm, Friday, 2/24/17. EOE.
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Ad Title: Wastewater Reclamation Facility Opportunity
Location: Fruita, Colorado
Post Date: 02/07/17
Contact: Odette Brach
City: Fruita
State: CO
Zip: 81521
Phone (W): 970-858-8373
Email: obrach@fruita.org
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Description:
The City of Fruita, Colorado is currently seeking a Colorado Certified Wastewater Operator(s) to perform a variety of skilled technical duties and semi skilled labor in the operation and maintenance of the City's 2.3 MGD treatment facility. This facility is a BNR process with ATAD solids handling.

Submit completed City applications and resume to Human Resources, City of Fruita, 325 E. Aspen, Fruita, CO 81521. First review of applications will begin February 20, 2017 and the position(s) will remain open until filled.
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Ad Title: Water Distribution Technician
Location: Colorado Front Range
Post Date: 02/06/17
Contact: Ray Olson
City: Highlands Ranch
State: CO
Zip: 80126
Phone (W): 3039138110
Email: ray.olson@tw-summit.com
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Description:
TW Summit Corporation, a Colorado front range based company, is looking for motivated distribution system operators that want to make a difference in the Colorado water community. TW Summit provides water distribution operation and maintenance programs to water utilities and water districts that understand the demands on their staff as well as what is required to keep their systems operating in an efficient and dependable manner. TW Summit can supplement the utility workforce with knowledgeable operators that are dedicated to the assigned task without distractions from emergency pipe repair, meter reading and other normal duties of a utility.

Water Distribution Technicians perform a variety of duties including:
• Valve inspection & exercising
• Fire hydrant inspection & maintenance
• Hydrant repair
• PRV maintenance & repair
• ARV maintenance & repair
• Water storage tank cleaning and disinfection
• System flushing for water quality purposes
• Distribution system trouble shooting
• Leak survey
• Leak pinpointing
• Install\replace water meters
• Read water meters

Equipment used include:
• Hand tools
• Hydraulic valve operator
• High capacity vacuum unit
• Acoustic leak equipment
• Specialized hydrant repair tools
• Pressure washer



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Ad Title: Utility Plant Operator (Wastewater)
Location: City of Northglenn
Post Date: 02/02/17
Contact: Debbie Garcia
City: Northglenn
State: CO
Zip: 80233
Phone (W): 303-450-8806
Email: Dgarcia@northglenn.org
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Description:
Our Wastewater Treatment Facility is expanding! Located on a scenic property north of Denver that serves over 37,000 residents. We are currently looking to add new operations staff to assist with expanded functions and hours of operation as we move forward with improvements and upgrades to our plant. Come join our team in this exciting time. We are looking for hard-working, dedicated, and creative staff who enjoy a challenge; who share information and receive feedback, listen to and respect input, participate in workgroup conversations, and directly deal with issues that arise; who remain alert and respond to needs calmly and thoughtfully; who take proper safety precautions; and who contribute to the team and work with respect and courtesy. This position is challenging, rewarding, and offers opportunities for growth. Northglenn assists with training opportunities and encourages attainment of higher certifications.

The primary duties include: acting as a steward to the environment and the community; effectively communicating with staff and supervisors; making daily inspections of treatment process components & equipment; monitoring plant functions through gauges, meters, control panels, and computerized monitoring systems; keeping accurate and legible logs; collecting samples from various treatment processes; performing basic laboratory tests; preparing paperwork for sample collection and delivery; cleaning screens, pipes, clarifiers, basins, and pumps; calculating flow rates and chemical dosages; calibrating chemical feed systems; performing facility and equipment preventive maintenance and repair; calibrating laboratory and field instruments and on-line monitoring equipment.
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Ad Title: Controls Technician
Location: Avon, CO
Post Date: 01/24/17
Contact: Ali Kelkenberg
City: Vail
State: CO
Zip: 81657
Phone (W): 9704775418
Email: akelkenberg@erwsd.org
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Description:
The Operational Technology (OT) department at Eagle River Water and Sanitation District is responsible for advanced design, installation, testing, monitoring, maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of a variety of electrical and mechanical devices and systems associated with the production, treatment, storage, transmission and distribution of the District’s water and wastewater facilities. This enables ERWSD to do what it does best- provide efficient and reliable water and wastewater service to our customers.
We are looking for an energetic and positive professional to join our team as a Controls Technician.
An ideal candidate for this role has a passion for controls and programming work, a willingness to learn and to collaborate with the rest of the OT team. This is a great opportunity for someone who values constant ongoing training and working with a wide range of technology.
The Day to Day:
• Support: Provide installation, support, and troubleshooting of instrumentation and control loops..
• Project Management: Drive and support various projects with automation design.
• Controls: Work with plant leadership and partners to improve the ICS (Industrial Control System). Ensure compliance to technical guidelines and standards on all projects and work. Provide installation, support, and troubleshooting of instrumentation and control loops. Basic monitoring and maintenance of an industrial controls network infrastructure.
• Systems: Makes recommendations on upgrades of existing electrical, controls, and mechanical components/equipment as new technology dictates and identify strengths and weaknesses of current equipment. Order parts, supplies, and materials to maintain and repair all equipment within district facilities.
• PLC Technician: Design and implementation of PLC logic, HMI programming and alarming and workflow development.
• Radio Technician: Monitors and repairs for proper operation of radio and satellite telemetry systems.
• Shared Services and Compliance: Update documentation to reflect project updates and changes. Provide 24/7 rotational on call availability for support to all plant & field systems. Together with leadership team, ensures compliance with CDPHE (Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment), in addition to staff requirements. Maintain the GE Proficy database & Historian Administrator to ensure proper historical data collection.

Big Picture:
• Organizational Support: Maintain strong relationships with all departments as the first line of OT support for the entire organization. Collect the requests for new functionality and features or revisions to existing controls narratives from the various plants.
• Continuous Learning: Keep current with new technologies and industry standards. Attend training and conferences to support ongoing initiatives and bring value to the District.
• Values: Align with District Values in all aspects of work.


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Ad Title: Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator, Clifton Sanitation District
Location: Clifton Colorado
Post Date: 01/20/17
Contact: Brian Woods
City: Clifton
State: CO
Zip: 81520
Phone (W): 970-434-7422
Email: bwoods@cliftonsanitation.com
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Description:
Clifton Sanitation District, located on the Western Slope of Colorado is seeking a highly motivated and outgoing individual to fill a Wastewater Operator position. This full-time position performs a variety of skilled, semi-skilled, and non-skilled technical duties in the operation and maintenance of the Districts Wastewater Treatment Plant.

The District operates a 2.5 MGD activated sludge oxidation ditch wastewater treatment facility with aerobic digestion and centrifuge dewatering. The Plant Operator, as a part of the team, will be responsible for operation and maintenance of the treatment plant and sanitary sewer collection system. We are seeking an individual that is self-motivated, shows cooperative team spirit, and is safety oriented. Weekend, holiday, and on-call work is required.

The primary duties include: making daily inspections of treatment process components & equipment; regularly monitoring plant functions through gauges, graphs, meters, control panels and computerized monitoring systems and by performing process control tests and evaluating test results to determine treatment process requirements; collecting samples from various treatment processes throughout the facility; performing a variety of laboratory tests; preparing all paperwork for sampling; cleaning screens, tanks, pipes, clarifiers, basins, and pumps; monitoring and documenting plant activities; calculating flow rates and chemical dosages; calibrating chemical feed systems; performing facility and equipment preventative maintenance tasks; making emergency repairs to plant equipment and facilities; calibrating laboratory and field instruments and on line monitoring equipment; and performing minor building maintenance and custodial tasks.

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Ad Title: Maintenance Person III - Utility Maintenance Water Distribution
Location: Boulder, Colorado
Post Date: 01/18/17
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Description:

CITY OF BOULDER
invites applications for the position of:
Maintenance Person III (Utility Maintenance Water Distribution)

An Equal Opportunity Employer
POSTING START DATE: 01/16/17 12:00 AM

POSTING END DATE: Continuous

SALARY: $16.50 - $26.39 Hourly

POSITION END DATE:

WORK SCHEDULE:

JOB TYPE: Full-Time

LOCATION: Municipal Services Center (MSC), 5050 E. Pearl, Boulder

OVERALL JOB OBJECTIVE:

Under general supervision, to perform a variety of skilled equipment operation, utility installation, and maintenance tasks, and to perform related duties as required. May act as crew leader as required and take the lead on certain tasks as necessary.

JOB EXPECTATIONS:
The Department of Public Works is committed to providing excellent customer service and our employees are expected to:
• be effective communicators;
• act with a high level of integrity; and
• be responsible and accountable for their words and actions

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Installs and maintains wastewater and water mains, drainage channels, storm sewers, valves, hydrants, manholes, and service lines often in the right of way. This includes mixing concrete, building forms, shoring trenches, and taking trench and street cut measurements.
2. Uses tools and equipment to install and repair utility mains and related structures including, single and tandem axle dump trucks, backhoes, excavator, tamper, sewer jet, rodder, jackhammer, compressor, line locator, grinder, sewer and water tapping and flushing machinery, and hand and power tools. May perform routine maintenance on equipment as needed.
3. Works irregular hours, weekends, evenings, holidays, and/or emergencies as required to respond to water and wastewater main breaks, backups, spills and other Public Works emergencies. Response to snow shifts when called from mid-September through mid-April is a requirement of the position. Required to perform rotating standby duties.
4. Works in confined spaces that require ventilation to protect against potential noxious gases and fumes.
5. Required to wear protective safety gear and use safety equipment to protect against potential biohazards possibly encountered during performance of maintenance activities. May work with restricted use chemicals to perform maintenance activities.
6. Facilitates good communication with co-workers and supervisors. This includes:
• Shares information and receives feedback, listens to and respects input, participates in workgroup conversations, and directly deals with issues that arise.
• Communicates important information from supervisors and other City officials to co-workers and employees.
7. Reads quarter section book and as built plans. Takes and records ties and other related measurements.
8. Maintains accurate records of work performed and materials and equipment used. May use a computer to log information.
9. May act as lead worker for a small crew including task assignment and work instruction. May direct seasonal or temporary employees including task and work assignment and providing basic field training and input.
10. Remains generally alert to conditions and events occurring on public right of ways indicating anticipated or needed repairs, and reports such conditions to supervisors.
11. May interact with members of the public in the field to provide information and customer service.
12. Participates as a member of a team.
• Treats co-workers and supervisors with respect and courtesy.
• Contributes and gives input to the team.
• Recognizes the needs of team members, and maintains a fair share of team's workload.
13. May assist in maintaining the transportation system.
14. Other:
• Performs related duties as required to meet the needs of the city.
• Takes good care of the City's equipment, clothing, and resources.
• Takes proper safety precautions to prevent accidents. Responsible for the safety of self, others, materials, and equipment. Uses all required safety equipment and follows all safety regulations, policies and procedures. Reports all accidents and damage to city property.
• Responsible for knowing and complying with all city and department policies; participating in professional trainings and development; and adhering to attendance and workplace attire policies.

Generally, duties and responsibilities are listed from most to least critical or time consuming.
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Ad Title: Project Manager
Location: Lakewood, CO
Post Date: 01/18/17
Contact: Bob Orsatti
City: Lakewood
State: CO
Zip: 80228
Phone (W): (720) 744-2235
Email: boborsatti@kennedyjenks.com
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Description:
What you'll be doing: As a Project Manager, you will be a member of the clients project team and provide project management for the planning, design, construction of water, sewer, and stormwater projects. Primary responsibilities include preparing requests for proposals, selecting consultants, negotiating contracts, budget and schedule management, working with consulting engineers, contractors, and other agencies to ensure compliance with design requirements, codes, and specifications and regulations, providing technical assistance and project updates to stakeholders, and assuring that completed projects meet established quality standards.
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Ad Title: Maintenance Person I/II (Utilities)
Location: Boulder, Colorado
Post Date: 01/18/17
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Description:

CITY OF BOULDER
invites applications for the position of:
Maintenance Person I/II (Utilities)

An Equal Opportunity Employer
POSTING START DATE: 01/16/17 12:00 AM

POSTING END DATE: 01/29/17 11:59 PM

SALARY: $15.67 - $24.01 Hourly

POSITION END DATE:

WORK SCHEDULE: Generally M-F, 7am-3:30pm; responds to after hours emergencies, standby

JOB TYPE: Full-Time

LOCATION: Municipal Services Center (MSC), 5050 E. Pearl, Boulder

OVERALL JOB OBJECTIVE:

Under direct supervision, to perform a variety of entry level to semi skilled utility installation, maintenance, and repair tasks, and to perform related duties as required.

JOB EXPECTATIONS:
The Department of Public Works is committed to providing excellent customer service and our employees are expected to:
• be effective communicators;
• act with a high level of integrity; and
• be responsible and accountable for their words and actions

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Assists in the maintenance and installation of wastewater and water mains, service lines, storm sewers, valves, hydrants, manholes, and drainage channels.
2. Operates hydraulic valve exercising equipment.
3. Uses tools and equipment in the performance of maintenance and repair tasks including hand and power tools, long handled tools, jackhammer, compressor, safety devices, utility truck, and dump truck.
4. Works irregular hours, weekends, evenings, holidays, and/or emergencies as required to respond to water and wastewater main breaks and other Public Works emergencies. Response to snow shifts when called from mid-September through mid-April is a requirement of the position. May be required to perform standby duties.
5. Works in confined spaces that require ventilation to protect against potential noxious gases and fumes.
6. Required to wear protective safety gear and use safety equipment to protect against potential biohazards possibly encountered during performance of maintenance activities. May work with restricted use chemicals to perform maintenance activities.
7. Facilitates good communication with co-workers and supervisors. This includes:
• Shares information and receives feedback, listens to and respects input, participates in workgroup conversations, and directly deals with issues that arise.
• Communicates important information from supervisors and other City officials to co-workers and employees.
8. Reads and uses quarter section book and as built plans to locate and perform maintenance tasks as needed.
9. Maintains accurate records of work performed and materials and equipment used. May use a computer to log information.
10. May direct seasonal or temporary employees including task and work assignment and providing basic field training and input.
11. Remains generally alert to conditions and events occurring in right of ways indicating anticipated or needed repairs.
12. May interact with the public in the field to provide information and customer service.
13. Participates as a member of a team.
• Treats co-workers and supervisors with respect and courtesy.
• Contributes and gives input to the team.
• Recognizes the needs of team members, and maintains a fair share of team's workload.
14. May assist in maintaining the transportation system.
15. Other:
• Performs related duties as required to meet the needs of the city.
• Takes good care of the City's equipment, clothing, and resources.
• Takes proper safety precautions to prevent accidents. Responsible for the safety of self, others, materials, and equipment. Uses all required safety equipment and follows all safety regulations, policies and procedures. Reports all accidents and damage to city property.
• Responsible for knowing and complying with all city and department policies; participating in professional trainings and development; and adhering to attendance and workplace attire policies.

Generally, duties and responsibilities are listed from most to least critical or time consuming.
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Ad Title: Maintenance Person IV - Water Distribution
Location: Boulder, Colorado
Post Date: 01/18/17
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Description:

CITY OF BOULDER
invites applications for the position of:
Maintenance Person IV - Water Distribution

An Equal Opportunity Employer
POSTING START DATE: 01/16/17 12:00 AM

POSTING END DATE: Continuous

SALARY: $19.96 - $31.94 Hourly

POSITION END DATE:

WORK SCHEDULE: M-F 7A-3P; After hours, weekend and holiday hours

JOB TYPE: Full-Time

LOCATION: Municipal Services Center (MSC), 5050 E. Pearl, Boulder

OVERALL JOB OBJECTIVE:

Under general supervision, to perform skilled equipment operation, maintenance, repair and related crew leader functions and to perform related duties as required. Must possess strong knowledge of the operations and maintenance activities related to water utility systems, water theory and principles (hydraulics, gradients, etc.), distribution system design and construction principles, operations, control processes and maintenance requirements, basic water treatment plant operation and concepts, knowledge of the hazards and safety precautions peculiar to water system operation, personal computers including maintenance management and mapping software applications. Include job site supervision of work crew including semi-skilled and unskilled employees and training of employees. Exercises independent judgment in scheduling work and methods of maintenance, installation and repair tasks. Work is performed within established departmental, City, state and federal regulations.

JOB EXPECTATIONS:
The Department of Public Works is committed to providing excellent customer service and our employees are expected to:
be effective communicators;
have comfort and proficiency with job-related technology;
act with minimal supervision while staying aligned to the intent of management;
act with a high level of integrity; and
be responsible and accountable for their words and actions.

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Operates and maintains the potable water distribution system in accordance with state and federal regulations. Maintains a Colorado Class III Water Distribution Operator Certification and updates job knowledge as necessary.
2. Operates and maintains a variety of heavy equipment and machinery (tapping machines, pumps, compactors, saws, backhoe and loader) in the right of way.
3. Acts as lead worker, including task assignment and work instruction. This may including any of the following:
• Interacts with the public at work sites to provide information and customer service.
• May direct and review the work of other operation staff including MPI-MPIIIs, seasonals, temps and interns.
• Provides training to MPI-MPIIIs, seasonals, temps and interns to help increase their skills and job performance.
• Directs seasonal or temporary employees including task and work assignment and providing basic field training and input.
4. Performs a variety of duties (construction, maintenance and repair) requiring knowledge of water distribution systems. This includes the following:
• Install/construct, maintain and repair water valves, mains, services, meters and pits; manholes and fire hydrants.
• Utilizes quarter section books, computer generated drawings/maps, and records measurements and locations of manholes, valves, fire lines, meter pits, etc.
• Remove and replace soil, water, materials or debris from work sites. Load and unload equipment and materials from vehicles at work sites. Operate jackhammers, compactors, pumps, and boring equipment. Disassemble and remove damaged pipes and appurtenances.
• Disassemble and assemble pipe and meter appurtenances in the installation and repair of meters, meter boxes, vaults, and service lines.
• Perform field water quality tests.
• Performs stand by/emergency response duty on a rotating basis. Serves as after-hours contact for customer problems and concerns during nights, weekends and holidays.
• Performs utility locates.
5. Operates hydraulic valve exercising equipment.
6. Works irregular hours, weekends, evenings, holidays, and/or emergencies as required to respond to water and wastewater main breaks and other Public Works emergencies. Respond to a minimum of 25% emergency after-hours calls for the calendar year. Response to snow shifts when called from mid-September through mid-April is required of the position.
7. Works in confined spaces that require ventilation to protect against potential noxious gases/fumes or lack of oxygen.
8. Required to wear protective safety gear and use safety equipment to protect against potential biohazards possibly encountered during performance of maintenance activities. May work with restricted use chemicals to perform maintenance activities.
9. Facilitates good communication with supervisors and co-workers. This includes:
• Shares information and receives feedback, listens to and respects input, participates in workgroup conversations, and directly deals with issues that arise.
• Communicates important information from supervisors and other City officials to co-workers and employees.
• Seeks ways to improve work performance and works with supervisor's approval to implement these improvements
10. Uses the following types of tools and equipment and trains others in their safe and proper use: backhoe, single and tandem axle truck and snow plow, front end loader, hand tools, power tools, long handle tools, jackhammer, grinder, compressor, tamper, locating equipment, sewer jet, bucket machine, and rodder. Performs utility locates and pinpoints leaks using pipe locators, leak locators and correlators. May perform routine maintenance on equipment as needed.
11. Maintains accurate records of work performed and materials and equipment used. Uses a computer to log and obtain information.
12. May assist in maintaining the transportation system.
13. Participates as a member of a team.
• Treats co-workers and supervisors with respect and courtesy.
• Contributes and gives input to the team.
• Recognizes the needs of team members, and maintains a fair share of team's workload.
14. May act as backup for Water Distribution Supervisor in his/her absence. May be asked to stand in for supervisor on work sites, special projects, task forces, or other work related groups.
15. Reviews proposed utility construction plans for accuracy.
16. Other:
• Performs related duties as required by management to meet the needs of the City.
• Takes proper safety precautions to prevent accidents, and remains generally alert to conditions and events related to wastewater, water distribution and flood control systems; reports any problem to supervisors. Responsible for the safety of self, others, materials, and equipment. Uses all required safety equipment and follows all safety regulations, policies and procedures. Reports all accidents and damage to city property.
• Knows and complies with all city and department policies; participates in professional trainings and development; and adheres to attendance and workplace attire policies.

Generally, duties and responsibilities are listed from most to least critical or time consuming.
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Ad Title: District Engineer
Location: Woodmoor, Monument, CO
Post Date: 01/17/17
Contact: Jessie Shaffer
City: Monument
State: CO
Zip: 80132
Phone (W): 7194882525 x14
Email: JessieS@Woodmoorwater.com
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Description:
Woodmoor Water and Sanitation District has an immediate opening to fill the position of District Engineer. The District Engineer is responsible for performing water distribution and collection systems modeling analyses on existing and proposed subdivision/developments and District projects; maintain systems mapping updates and producing construction plans utilizing AutoCAD Civil 3D and/or GIS software; providing design specifications and details for in-house projects to include pipeline, wells, pump stations, and miscellaneous projects; review plans for conformance with District policies and standards, preparation of contract documents, evaluation of bid submissions and making recommendation for award of contract; manage subdivision construction and District projects according to the Districts QA/QC regulations and other subdivision requirements; write, edit, and review of documents and reports; maintain District records.
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Ad Title: PUBLIC WORKS MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN III - D&C
Location: ERIE, COLORADO
Post Date: 01/17/17
Contact: Brittni Wilts
City: Erie
State: CO
Zip: 80516
Phone (W): 303.926.2744
Email: bwilts@erieco.gov
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Description:
The Town of Erie, Public Works Department, is currently accepting applications for a Maintenance Technician III Distribution & Collections. The Maintenance Technician III provides a variety of semi-skilled and skilled laboring tasks in support of the operation and maintenance of Town streets, roadways, water distribution system, wastewater collection systems, rights of ways and other Town infrastructure. The Maintenance Technician III level is responsible for assigned crews in addition to skilled and semi-skilled assignments.

The below list is intended to be illustrative of the responsibilities of the position and not all encompassing. The Town may change these duties at any time.

•Performs a variety of duties that requires considerable knowledge of the use and wear of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
•Assists, performs and/or directs a variety of routine to complex maintenance and construction activities to include sewer jetting, storm water system maintenance, hydrant flushing and maintenance, street signage, street sweeping, vacuum truck operations.
•Operates heavy and light duty equipment to perform related maintenance and construction assignments.
•May performs a variety of meter reading tasks to include reading residential, raw water and commercial meters, conducting turnoffs/turn ons, changing out meters and maintaining detailed records of all activities.
•Performs a variety of heavy laboring activities including the use of hand tools, light power equipment and heavy construction and maintenance equipment.
•Performs or inspects concrete and asphalt installations and works with Town inspectors as needed.
•Performs routine safety checks of equipment and minor maintenance activities on vehicles and equipment and maintains records of activities.
•Manufactures, installs and maintains a variety of specialized and complex equipment and performs light mechanical repair and maintenance.
•Performs data entry of information, maintenance logs and other data.
•Maintains a safe working environment to include working in traffic and congested areas, working in ditches and confined spaces and all work environments.
•Responds to customer inquiries and complaints.
•Prepares necessary records and reports.
•Assists in the cleaning and organization of shop area.
•Performs snow removal activities either by hand, small equipment or heavy equipment as assigned.
•Must be able to work on-call schedule as assigned.
•Performs related work as required and assigned.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required
•Ability to use or learn to use hand tools and heavy equipment such as backhoe, dump truck, bobcat, snow plow.
•Ability to read and comprehend simple instruction, short correspondence, and memos and carry out detailed but uninvolved written or oral instructions.
•Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals.
•Ability to read maps and drawings.
•Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationship with employees and the public.
•Ability to effectively present information in a one-on-one and/or small group situation, to customers, clients, and other employees of the organization.
•Ability to trouble-shoot and resolve problems involving variables in any standardized situation.
•Ability to supervise and direct subordinates in the absence of division supervisor.
•Availability to work on-call schedule.


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Ad Title: Industrial Operator
Location: Multiple sites; Grand, Clear Creek, Eagle and Lake
Post Date: 01/14/17
Contact: John Volk
City: Georgetown
State: CO
Zip: 80444
Phone (W): 970-389-4491
Email: jvolk@wqcpllc.com
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Description:
Water Quality Control Professionals LLC is seeking an experienced Industrial operation/maintenance technician. Minimum certification B. The operator will be responsible for all O&M aspects at multiple industrial treatment facilities and also will assist at domestic water and wastewater sites. The operator will also respond to emergency call outs.
Pay range is DOQ and will be between $75,000 and $95,000.
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Ad Title: SCADA Programmer/Instrumentation & Controls Specialist
Location: City of Loveland
Post Date: 01/09/17
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Description:
This position reports to the Technical Services Superintendent and is responsible for design, development, implementation, troubleshooting, and maintenance of Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (SCADA) and Instrumentation and Control (I&C) systems using and programming through programmable logic controllers (PLC) for the water treatment plant, wastewater treatment plant, water pump stations, and wastewater lift stations.

The salary range for this position is $27.12 - $42.02 per hour with an expected hiring range of $27.12 - $34.57 depending on qualifications and experience.
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