Employment Opportunities - Rocky Mountain Water Environment Association
Ad Title: Wastewater Collection System Operator I, II, SR Location: Castle Rock, Colorado Post Date: 05/29/20 Contact: Donna Howard City: Castle Rock State: CO Zip: 80104 Phone (W): 7207332218 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Website:visit our website... Description: WASTEWATER COLLECTION SYSTEM OPERATOR I, II, SENIOR
(Placement is dependent upon qualifications)
Castle Rock Water
The goal of Castle Rock Water is to be a national leader among water utilities, focused on customer satisfaction and delivering outstanding quality and value. Would you be interested in being part of the team committed to these goals and values? Castle Rock Water has an excellent opportunity for a Wastewater Collection System Operator I, II, Senior (Placement is dependent upon qualifications.) Under direct supervision, this position performs a variety of specialized maintenance functions primarily related to wastewater collection in the operation, construction, repair, maintenance and replacement of the Town’s water, sewer and storm water lines, facilities and infrastructure. Dependent upon level, may act in a lead capacity in performing functions and acts as supervisor in his/her absence. Performs duties in a manner consistent with the stated values of the organization.
Ad Title: Maintenance Foreman Location: Florence, CO Post Date: 05/27/20 Contact: Kim Maxson State: CO Zip: 81212 Phone (W): 719-269-9050 Email:email@example.com Website:visit our website... Description: The Fremont Sanitation District (FSD) is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Maintenance Foreman at the Wastewater Treatment Plant located in Florence, CO. Salary range for this position is $55,758 - $71,445, depending on qualifications.
The Maintenance Foreman works under the general direction of the Plant Superintendent to plan, direct, supervise, and perform the repair and maintenance activities of the wastewater treatment plant and associated facilities. This position has direct supervisory responsibilities for the following positions: Equipment Maintenance Technician and Plant Maintenance Technicians. This position will regularly work 10-hour days Monday through Thursday. May also be required to report during emergency situations.
Successful candidates will possess the following qualifications:
• High school diploma or equivalent (GED)
• Two years continued education, apprenticeship, or training in industrial equipment maintenance or electrical equipment maintenance
• Four years of increasingly responsible experience in the maintenance and repair of a wastewater treatment plant or similar facility
• Two years of supervisory experience
• Current valid Colorado Class “B” Commercial Driver License (CDL) or obtain within six (6) months of employment
Upon offer of employment, will be subject to a pre-employment background check, including employment references, criminal history, and driving record review.
Positions that require a CDL shall be subject to a pre-employment drug and alcohol testing program that fulfills the requirements of Code of Federal Regulations Title 49, Part 382 for Commercial Driver’s License holders upon offer of employment. This is a safety-sensitive position which will be subject to the District’s random drug/alcohol testing policy.
FSD offers a competitive salary and an excellent benefit package, which includes the following:
• Membership in Colorado’s Public Employee Retirement Association (PERA)
• Fully paid employee premiums for medical, dental, vision, long- and short-term disability, and term life insurance
• Voluntary 401K and 457b plans
• Generous vacation, sick, and personal leave benefits
• 4/10 work schedule
If you possess the above qualifications and are interested in applying for this position, please visit our website at www.fsd.co or contact our Human Resources Department at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications must be received by 4:30 PM on June 11, 2020 to receive consideration. FSD is an EOE.
Ad Title: Water Quality Specialist Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado 80921 Post Date: 05/26/20 Contact: Mark Parker City: Colorado Springs State: CO Zip: 80921 Phone (W): 719-488-3603 Email:email@example.com Website:visit our website... Description: Description:
The Donala Water and Sanitation District is seeking to fill the position of Water Quality
Specialist. The Water Quality Specialist performs analysis of physical, chemical and bacteriological constituents present in a treated and untreated domestic water supply at a water/waste water treatment laboratory; maintains detailed records of analytical activities both manually and electronically; diagnosis, troubleshoots, and coordinates maintenance and repair of instruments and equipment.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Coordinate and perform chemical, physical and bacteriological analysis of water and wastewater on schedule using Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and CDPHE Standards.
Method methodology to determine regulatory compliance. Interpret and evaluate analytical results; determine reasons for problems and recommend corrective measures; report findings as required.
Research and test new lab techniques and procedures and recommend changes in operating processes; prepare Standard Operating Procedures as required.
Assist in the development and implementation of the laboratory’s Quality Assurance and Quality Control standards.
Prepare analytical and quality control reports as required.
Conduct performance testing on samples as required for maintaining the laboratory’s certification.
Diagnose, troubleshoot, and coordinate maintenance and repair of a variety of complex instruments and equipment.
Assist with the training of less experienced staff in developed methodology, instrumental analysis and related work procedures.
Assist Operation with troubleshooting of issues; special testing and methods/procedure development as required.
Maintain inventory and order supplies; research and recommend new equipment as required.
Provide exceptional customer service to those contacted in the course of work.
Stay up to date on current and upcoming water/wastewater regulations related to CDPHE and EPA regulations.
Working Conditions & Physical Requirements
- The work area can involve a working environment indoors as well as outdoors, which could cause exposure to outdoor elements: property safety attire will be required. Some areas can have loud noise, active machinery, high pressure fluid systems, electrical equipment, confined spaces, heights and depths, fumes, air borne particles, noxious gases, pathogens and various chemicals. The use of appropriate safety equipment will be mandatory in these areas to prevent hazardous contact.
- Must be able to site, stand, stoop, twist and bend at the waist, turn, kneel, squat, raise arms above shoulder height, grasp, reach, perform repetitive hand movements and fine coordination to work on equipment, have vision enough to service equipment, have hearing in the normal range with or without correction. In an 8-hour shift must be able to transport self across the facility, ascend, and descend stair steps, lift objects up to 40 pounds from floor level to waist height, push a push type mower; wear and use appropriate safety equipment.
Compensation and Benefits
-$32-$36/hour, DOQ. Health benefits, including health, vision, dental, fully paid for employee and family. 457 retirement plan, clothing allowance, paid holidays, sick time and vacation.
Interested persons should provide a resume and letter of interest to General Manager, Donala Water and Sanitation District, to OM@donalawater.com Mail should be addressed to Donala Water and Sanitation District, 15850 Holbein Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80921. Application Deadline is July 1, 2020.
Ad Title: Industrial Pretreatment Program Supervisor Location: Denver, CO Post Date: 05/12/20 Contact: Patricia Lopez City: Denver State: CO Zip: 80229 Phone (W): 720-326-0624 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Website:visit our website... Description: Join our team of 400+ essential employees! The Metro District continues to focus on our core mission – to protect the region’s health and environment by cleaning water and recovering resources.
4-day work week, amazing benefits, and an opportunity to give back!
Take pride in providing a critical service to our community and protecting our environment.
We value our workforce and know that attracting and keeping talented employees is key to our success as a world class leader in clean water resources.
Metro Wastewater Reclamation District in Denver, CO - a nationally recognized leader among clean water utilities, provides wastewater conveyance and treatment services for 2.0 million people in the Denver Metro area.
General Statement/ Organizational Responsibilities
Performs professional-level technical and administrative activities in the day-to-day implementation of the Metro District's Industrial Pretreatment Program (IPP). Works under the direction of the IPPA. Performs routine technical and administrative activities necessary for IPP implementation. Supervises Industrial Pretreatment Specialist I and II, Industrial Pretreatment Sector Control Investigator I and II and other staff as assigned.
Performs and supervises staff with IPP implementation activities including permit writing, report preparation, initial and annual compliance inspections, field investigations, review and processing of self-monitoring and other compliance reports, data entry and analysis and special projects as assigned. Ensures that these activities are conducted in accordance the technical and regulatory framework procedures, guidance, policies, templates and business processes set by the IPPTL, IPPA and Regulatory Compliance Officer (RCO).
Prepare draft enforcement orders, penalty calculations and supporting documentation and participate in enforcement actions against industrial users, where necessary.
Conduct research and investigate sources of pollutant discharges. Collect and review industrial waste discharge and process information and evaluate compliance with the Metro District's Rules and Regulations (R&R) and with state and federal Industrial Pretreatment regulations.
Support the District's Authority Monitoring Program. This may include, but is not limited to the following: development and/or update of sampling protocols, Chain-of-Custody documentation, data entry and review and on-site assistance.
Provide support to the IPPTL and perform activities as necessary for implementation of the District's Industrial Waste Survey (IWS).
Provide technical support to connectors and industries, including notification and explanation of their responsibilities and actions required under the District's Industrial Pretreatment Program.
Stay informed of all applicable local, state, and federal regulations and guidance governing industrial waste discharges as well as monitoring and reporting requirements.
Evaluate performance and skill levels of employees; support employee development, provide training, coaching, counseling, and discipline as needed. Participate in the selection process for new personnel as assigned.
Perform other scientific and administrative tasks as assigned.
Ad Title: Water Operator - C License Location: Brush, CO Post Date: 05/12/20 Contact: Kimberly A Dykes - HR Officer City: Brush State: CO Zip: 80723 Phone (W): 970-842-5001 Email:email@example.com Website:visit our website... Description: Water Operators are responsible for the construction, maintenance and repair of the water system which provides service to Brush. Some of the duties include: performs work in the construction, maintenance and repair of lines, hydrants, wells, lift station, booster pump, tanks, control systems and dosing equipment; cuts asphalt, digs trenches, back fills and tamps; installs taps, mains, valves, tees and crosses; locates valves and underground lines; flushes water systems; reads meters; collects samples and assists in keeping records.
Ad Title: Operations Specialist Location: Frederick CO Post Date: 05/11/20 Contact: Cassie Ali City: Frederick State: CO Zip: 80504 Phone (W): 3038335505 Email:Cassie.firstname.lastname@example.org Website:visit our website... Description: Summary of Position:
The primary responsibility of this position is to ensure REC is meeting all contract and state requirements for each client. The Operations specialist oversees Operations under the direct supervision of the Vice President. The duties listed below are a basic outline of expected tasks. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned.
Duties & Responsibilities:
- Interprets facility compliance requirements (permits & water monitoring plans) as well as operational concerns and assists the field personnel in maintaining compliance and process control decisions.
- Support & Assist with field personnel with on-call rotations.
- Help cover field personnel vacation rotations.
- Assess and Approve all ordering of supplies prior to passing on to Operations Support
- Assist in updating operations monitoring and reporting software (Operator 10) for all water and wastewater customers.
- Monitor and maintain preventative maintenance database (Antero).
- Perform facility inspections to ensure cleanliness as well as that regulatory and contractual requirements are being met.
- Support office personnel including AR/AP and operations support staff.
- Assist VP of Operations for planning, organizing and managing daily operations and maintenance for multiple water, wastewater and industrial wastewater clients.
- Thorough knowledge of all contractual agreements pertaining to clients
- Ensures compliance with established environmental, safety, operating and emergency response procedures.
- Represents company and interfaces with clients. Routine meetings with clients.
- Generate monthly, quarterly and annual reports for client activities and regulatory reporting (Clean Water Act and Safe Drinking Water Act).
- Prepares operations reports and internal memos in a timely manner to take corrective actions to resolve issues before they become problems.
- Regulatory Inspections: routine inspections, tank inspections, flow meter Calibrations Etc.
- Fully Understand and Interpret the Primary Drinking Water Regulations & NPDES
- Have a working knowledge of the Clean Water Act and the Safe Drinking Act
- Attention to detail
- Strong Organizational skills
- Critically evaluate tasks being performed
- Effectively communicate orally and in writing
- Provide technical support and troubleshooting for facilities
- Interpret data and anticipate possible out comes
- Provide high level of interpretation of State and Federal regulations as applies to water and waste water facilities
- Ability to prioritize under challenging circumstances
- Encourage and maintain team cohesiveness with Leadership
Ad Title: General Manager for Vibrant Water Conservancy District in NW Colorado Location: Steamboat Springs Post Date: 05/04/20 Contact: Carolyn McCormick State: CO Phone (W): 3033885308 Email:email@example.com Description: Upper Yampa Water Conservancy District Mission
To lead water resource management within the District’s boundaries by responsibly conserving, protecting, developing, providing, and enhancing the water resources of the Upper Yampa River Basin, for the benefit of the Basin.
The Upper Yampa Water Conservancy District was formed in 1966 and instituted a mill levy under the Water Conservancy Act of the State of Colorado, in order to plan and develop water conservation projects in the Upper Yampa Basin. The District encompasses Routt County and a portion of Moffatt County and is divided into three divisions: Division 1 (Hayden area), Division 2 (Steamboat Springs area), and Division 3 (Oak Creek/Yampa area). The nine members of the Board of Directors, three representing each Division, are appointed by the District Judge to serve staggered four-year terms.
The District was formed on the basis that properties within the District would benefit through conservation, development, and stabilization of water supplies for domestic irrigation, power, manufacturing, and other beneficial uses. This led to the construction of Yamcolo Reservoir, located in the Flattops near the headwaters of the Yampa River, in 1980 and Stagecoach Reservoir, located southeast of Steamboat, in 1989.
Yamcolo offers 9,621 acre feet of storage, which primarily provides water to agricultural operations in South Routt County; some of which is delivered via the Stillwater Ditch, a District-owned and operated irrigation ditch that crosses the Five Pines Mesa. With up to 36,439 acre feet of storage, Stagecoach serves a multitude of water users, including municipalities, industrial use such as energy production, agricultural operations, and recreation including snowmaking. The District also owns and operates an 800 kW hydroelectric power plant at Stagecoach Dam.
In addition to safely maintaining and operating District-owned facilities, the District promotes healthy reservoirs, streams, and watersheds within the District. In 2012, the District partnered with the Colorado Water Trust to coordinate the first environmental water release out of Stagecoach Reservoir. As part of its maintenance and operation, the District also closely adjusts and monitors the temperature and oxygen content of its releases to ensure a healthy habitat for trout and other aquatic life downstream, a contribution to both the environment and recreational opportunities on the Yampa River.
In collaboration with various agencies, the District supports water quality efforts and participates in working groups to address issues that may affect water quantity in the future. The District monitors issues throughout the Colorado River Basin in an effort to protect the water resources of the Upper Yampa Basin and plan for potential water shortages.
The District is committed to an Upper Yampa River Basin with safe, secure water storage and supply that benefits all uses in the Basin.
The Board of the Upper Yampa Water Conservancy District now seeks a new General Manager to manage operations and to implement our robust strategic plan.
General Manager Position
Under direction of the District Board of Directors, the General Manager (GM) manages the overall activities of the District. The GM recommends and participates in the formation and revision of policies and programs by the Board and is responsible for implementing and directing through effective leadership, the District’s mission, vision and strategic plan.
The General Manager reviews the status of the strategic plan’s implementation annually and ensures that strategic priorities for the coming year are accurately reflected in the annual budget. The General Manager updates the Board regularly on the status of the plan and works in partnership with the Board ot make any needed adjustments to timelines or priorities.
The GM supervises day to day activities of the District, including water delivery and operation of two reservoirs and a hydroelectric facility. This includes managing an annual operating budget of $2 million and a staff of six dedicated professionals. The General Manager builds and maintains a culture that fosters staff development, collaboration, accountability, and customer service.
The GM represents the District on water policy matters and is directly involved in water rights issues and other legal matters. The GM engages in long-term financial planning to ensure the effective alignment with the District’s vision and its budget. The GM partners with the board in identifying long-term sources of revenue.
The GM works with representatives from the Basin Round Table, Colorado Water Conservation Board, stream management planning efforts and other advocacy groups. The GM coordinates and collaborates on projects, legislative activities and Colorado River water policies.
Ad Title: Wastewater Operator Needed Location: Parker, CO Post Date: 04/29/20 Contact: PWSD Recruitment Team City: Parker State: CO Zip: 80134 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Website:visit our website... Description: Job Summary:
This non-exempt position is responsible for operating a biological nutrient removal process (secondary treatment) and an advanced wastewater treatment (tertiary filter) system.
Duties and Responsibilities
• Uses a SCADA computer system and manual controls to operate and monitor the advanced wastewater treatment (AWT), and the biological nutrient removal (BNR) process and adjusts chemicals and equipment, in accordance with regulatory permits.
• Operates pumps, engines, generators, and valves to control processes at wastewater plants and lift stations. Inspects equipment and makes recommendations to the Water Resources Lead Operator regarding necessary repairs, maintenance and calibration.
• Collects daily wastewater samples, performs multiple laboratory tests, maintains accurate laboratory records, and notifies Lead Operator when parameters are outside of established norms.
• Adjusts and maintains related gas chlorination system and chemical feed systems; replace cylinders; switch chlorinators and check analyzers. Handles chlorine gas cylinders during replacement, operations, delivery and storage. Handles related chemicals for delivery and storage.
-More duties can be found on the job description.
Ad Title: Wastewater Operator Location: Colorado Springs Post Date: 04/27/20 Contact: Carmen Slagle City: Colorado Springs State: CO Zip: 80925 Phone (W): 719-955-7123 Email:Carmen@wwsdonline.com Website:visit our website... Description: Widefield Water and Sanitation District (WWSD) is offering an exciting opportunity in Colorado Springs, Colorado. WWSD is seeking a Wastewater Operator with a Class D Wastewater Treatment or Class 1 Collections Certification. Candidates need one year of experience in the maintenance and repair of a wastewater treatment plant and collection system. The District will consider entry level trainee applicants. This position will be responsible for operating the plant, working in the collection system, and working in the laboratory on a rotational basis. We are seeking an experienced wastewater operator who desires to train and share their knowledge with other operators, an operator with a high level of technical understanding who can lead by example.
We are a growing, progressive utility that offers a positive work environment. We offer an excellent benefit package and competitive salaries. We are supportive of training and we give our employees a 5% merit increase for every license level obtained relevant to their position.
The area offers excellent schools, numerous college sporting events, very affordable housing, an airport, and numerous outdoor activities.
Successful candidates will complete pre-employment screening, which includes, but is not limited to a criminal background check, drug screen, and physical.
If you desire to work for a utility that recognizes and appreciates your contributions, please submit an application and completed supplemental questions, along with your resume, for consideration. Resumes without a completed application and supplemental questions will not be considered. Visit our website at www.wwsdonline.com to view the job description and download the application and supplemental questions.
Submit your documents to Carmen Slagle, Senior HR Generalist, at email@example.com or by fax to 719-390-1409.
***This advertisement may close at any time based on qualified applicants received.
Widefield Water & Sanitation District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Ad Title: Water/Wastewater Operator Location: Clear Creek, Summit, Eagle and Lake counties Post Date: 03/30/20 Contact: John Volk State: CO Phone (W): 970-389-4491 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Website:visit our website... Description: Water Quality Control Professionals LLC, a contract operations company, is seeking a class B operator to oversee and maintain multiple water/wastewater facilities. The facilities are in Clear Creek, Summit, Eagle, Lake and Chaffee counties.
The drinking water surface water facilities are membrane ultra-filtration, cartridge filtration and slow sand filtration. The groundwater facilities are well and chlorination. The operator will be responsible for performing scheduled site inspections, routine maintenance, collecting water quality samples, performing visual storage tank inspections, maintaining cross connection plans, creating and maintaining SOP’s, attending sanitary surveys with CDPHE, completing and submitting monthly operational reports, etc.
The wastewater facilities are SBR, lagoon, IFAS Bio-wheel and advanced septic treatment systems. The operator will be responsible for performing scheduled site inspections, collecting water quality samples, making operational changes based on process control testing, creating and maintaining SOP’s, performing routine maintenance, completing and submitting DMRs into netDMR, etc.
Ad Title: Plant Operator Water Reclamation Facility (Wastewater Treatment Plant) Location: Loveland, Colorado Post Date: 03/27/20 Description: Performs all necessary technical and physical functions needed to operate and maintain the treatment processes and equipment of the treatment plant under the guidance and direction of the Wastewater Treatment Manager and Lead Plant Operator.
The salary range for this position is $17.46- $39.47 per hour
Hiring range per certification level, qualifications and experience:
Plant Operator D $17.46 - $21.39 per hour
Plant Operator C $21.93 - $26.83 per hour
Plant Operator B $23.90 - $29.86 per hour
Plant Operator A $26.30 - $32.88 per hour
Next reading of applicants on: 4/10/20 at 4:30 P.M. M.S.T.
With over 300 days of sunshine, its proximity to Rocky Mountain National Park, its endless outdoor recreation options and a thriving arts, brewery, foodie and shopping scene, Loveland has consistently been ranked as one of the top places to live, work and raise a family in the U.S.. Featured by USA Today in 2017 as one of the Most Idyllic Picturesque towns in America, the rest of the world is figuring out what we have known for quite some time… Loveland, Colorado has EVERYTHING YOU LOVE! ~ Love What You Do, Land With Us!
Benefits Package Includes:
City of Loveland University
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Monitors parameters, flows and equipment while performing plant rounds.
Assists in using accepted methods to produce the highest water quality in an economical manner.
Reacts to impending process problems in a timely and proper manner.
Assists personnel in meeting target parameters.
Monitors treatment efficiencies by performing and participating in all testing and sampling schedules with accepted techniques and at scheduled times.
Interprets test results and makes process adjustments and changes to optimize treatment processes.
Trains and assists less experienced staff as needed with operation of the treatment plant.
Performs calculations based on test results.
Gathers all pertinent operational information and communicates this information to on-site staff and subsequent shifts.
Keeps all records of parameters and accurate results up to date and neat.
Generates reports on energy usage or conservation, process parameters, and other subjects.
Maintains graphs and trend charts in a neat and current condition.
Enters data into computer accurately and on time.
Records operational changes, observations and completed jobs daily.
Maintains cleanliness in laboratory.
Performs maintenance and calibration of laboratory and on-line treatment plant equipment and field devices.
Collaborating with co-workers, Lead Plant Operator and Wastewater Treatment Manager to embrace a team effort at all times to maintain operation of the treatment plant.
Maintains all applicable data acquisition, records and archives.
Ability to work independently with little or no supervision.
Required to work various shifts including nights and weekends as needed.
OTHER JOB FUNCTIONS:
Performs duties as necessary to act as Lead Plant Operator during absences of the Lead Plant Operator
Plant Operator A level individuals may act as Operator in Responsible Charge (ORC), as mandated by Colorado State Certification Board and City of Loveland Water Reclamation Facility Operating Plan.
Knowledge, skills and abilities:
Thorough knowledge of methods, equipment and procedures used in wastewater analysis.
Must have experience and knowledge of SCADA and HMI systems.
Knowledge of mathematics, sciences and regulatory standards relative to wastewater discharge standards for the City’s NPDES discharge permit and / or water quality standards.
Ability to apply logic of the scientific methods to solve problems encountered in laboratory testing.
Ability to assimilate and interpret scientific data as required for the methodologies utilized.
Ability to effectively train personnel in operations and lab procedures and techniques orally and in writing.
Ability to perform all instrument calibrations, sampling and testing procedures, such as turbidity, pH, settleometer, dissolved oxygen, alkalinity, TIN (Total Inorganic Nitrogen), ammonia, phosphorus, etc. used in wastewater treatment.
Must have knowledge of wastewater construction, rehabilitation, specifications and safety practices.
Ability to understand design/construction drawings and provide review comments and discussions with Water and Power staff, engineers, and contractors.
Ability to perform flow, dosage, loading and other applicable calculations manually.
Maintains effective working relations with co-workers and supervisor.
Accountability & Integrity, Transparency & Honoring the Public Trust, Collaboration, Innovation, Safety, Excellent Service with Courtesy and Kindness
Job specific competencies:
Job Expertise; Problem Solving; Reporting; Maintenance; Coaching
Material and equipment directly used:
Telephone, two-way radio, personal computer equipment, calculator, vehicle, safety equipment, breathing apparatus, laboratory equipment and instrumentation.
Working conditions and physical requirements:
Work is performed in a laboratory, office, and industrial plant environment. Tasks will involve climbing ladders, stairs and steps, traversing catwalk grating, pushing, pulling, bending, stooping and kneeling on a frequent basis, and working in confined spaces. Work may also require working outside in all weather conditions and at all times of the day. Work may involve coming into regular and sometimes long-term contact with bacteria and odorous, infectious and obnoxious material. Work will involve performing sampling, equipment and instrument calibration and maintenance, often in difficult areas to access. Strenuous physical work involving moving, positioning, pushing, pulling or manipulating objects up to 150 pounds occasionally and/or moving, positioning and carrying loads of up to 50 pounds upstairs and loading on four-foot high surfaces frequently. Manual dexterity is required to complete work tasks through safe and proper operation of power and hand tools. Ability to inspect and determine status of equipment and unit processes using audio, visual, aromatic and tactile indicators. Ability to use gas monitoring equipment, safety tripod and harness and any other required safety equipment for entering either permit or non-permit required confined spaces. Ability to work unsupervised and alone on both day and evening shifts or at night during duty call-out. Ability to respond to audio alarms and phone calls. Mandatory On-Call rotation will include after-hour and weekend work. Must be available while On-Call by cellular phone 24 hours a day. Must respond within 45-minutes to 920 South Boise Ave.
This job description is not designed to contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee.
Reasonable accommodations will be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
A criminal history background check will be obtained pre-employment. more info...
Ad Title: Wastewater Plant Manager Position Location: Leadville Post Date: 03/18/20 City: Leadville State: CO Zip: 80461 Phone (W): 719-486-2993 Email:email@example.com Website:visit our website... Description: The Leadville Sanitation District is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Wastewater Plant Manager and operator. The District provides wastewater collection and treatment services to properties located within the Leadville area. Responsibilities include operation and oversight of the District wastewater treatment plant and collection system; general administration services including preparation of monthly/yearly budgets and financial reports/correspondence; financial planning; annual compliance matters; and supervision of personnel.
The Manager reports directly to the Board of Directors. Applicants should have experience in wastewater operations, administration, accounting/finance and project management. Qualified candidates shall also possess excellent communication skills with the ability to communicate with the Board of Directors, District staff, customers, other government agencies, contractors, engineers, attorneys, consultants and builders. A current Colorado Class B wastewater operator license with the ability to obtain a Wastewater Class A certification by March 1, 2021. A current Class 2 wastewater collection system certification is also required. A class B CDL is also preferred and must be obtained within 6 months of employment.
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume, including three references, to the District. The District is an equal opportunity employer and employs without regards to race, color, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, gender, sex, pregnancy, marital status, military status, age, disability, sexual preference or orientation, transgender status genetic information, or membership status or other status in any other group protected by applicable law.
Ad Title: Utility Plant Operator (Water) Location: City of Northglenn Post Date: 03/02/20 Contact: Debbie Garcia City: Northglenn State: CO Zip: 80233 Phone (W): 303-450-8806 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Website:visit our website... Description:
The City of Northglenn, a dynamic municipality located just north of Denver, is looking for an energetic and outgoing individual to fill a Utility Plant Operator position at our Water Treatment Facility. This is a full-time position as a certified Water Treatment Facility Operator in the Utilities Division of the Public Works Department.
Position requires working independently on rotating 12-hour shifts including days, nights, weekends and holidays
Working conditions are equally indoors and outdoors including; office spaces, confined spaces, around chemicals, low and high zone tanks, etc. Job tasks performed at all locations must be must be completed in a safe and effective manner.
Physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear. This is an active position requiring; standing, walking, bending, kneeling, stooping, crouching, crawling, climbing and occasionally lift and/or move items over 50 pounds.
Responsibilities include the operation and maintenance of our 14 MGD water treatment plant. Tasks comprise of reading meters, taking samples of raw and partially treated water, operating pumps, overseeing the safe and efficient operation of water filters, chemical feeders and other related equipment.
While daily tasks are primarily routine in nature, the candidate will be expected to demonstrate good judgment in correcting problem situations. The candidate will exhibit willingness to complete job tasks using established procedures and share ideas that could assist in optimizing the plant. Operators work directly under the supervision of the Chief Plant Operator.
The top candidate will demonstrate they have the ability to communication proficiency, conduct themselves in an ethical manner, follow directions while taking initiative in certain situations and be able to learn new skills. Punctuality is a must. Computer skills in MS Word, Excel, Access and SCADA will be used daily, training will be provided in these systems as necessary.