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Ad Title: Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator, Clifton Sanitation District
Location: Grand Junction, Colorado
Post Date: 10/21/19
Contact: Clifton Sanitation District
City: Clifton
State: CO
Zip: 81520
Phone (W): 970-434-7422
Email: Applications are available at www.cliftonsanitatio
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Description:
Clifton Sanitation District 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 District’s Wastewater Treatment Plant. The opportunity for advancement is available to qualified applicants.

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.

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Ad Title: Water and Wastewater Operator
Location: Genesee Water & Sanitation District
Post Date: 10/18/19
Contact: Chris Brownell
Phone (W): 303 278-9780
Email: Cbrownell@geneseewater.com
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Description:
All Genesee W&SD Operators rotate between water treatment plant operations, wastewater treatment plant operations, and district maintenance and service (distribution & collections, service calls, locates, meter reading). All operators work rotating weekend and on-call shifts, however, all normal work days are 8:00 am to 4:30pm.
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Ad Title: Senior Director of Coordinated Operations
Location: Denver, CO
Post Date: 10/17/19
Contact: Patricia Lopez
City: Denver
State: CO
Zip: 80229
Phone (W): 3032863233
Email: plopez@mwrd.dst.co.us
Website: visit our website...
Description:
SALARY: $127,483.20 - $197,579.20 Annually
OPENING DATE: 10/17/19
CLOSING DATE: 10/31/19 05:00 PM
GENERAL STATEMENT/ ORGANIZATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for strategy, forecasting, planning, and overall performance of the Operations, Maintenance, and RR&R departments. Key responsibilities include oversight of the aligning efforts to the strategic goals and direction of the District, streamlining operational processes to meet regulations, and the maintaining service levels for the District's service area.

TYPICAL DUTIES:
Oversee the leadership of the Operations, Maintenance, and RR&R Departments to ensure alignment with the strategic direction of the District. Develop and direct the management of the Operations, Maintenance, and RR&R departments to ensure the reliability of facilities, equipment, and business processes.
Work with District Manager to forecast, plan, prepare, and monitor the strategic and operational needs of the water treatment and bio-solids programs at the District. Develop and oversee the operation and capital budgets that pertain to Operations, Maintenance, and RR&R departments.
Participates in the Executive Team of the District to establish the District's overall vision, mission, values, beliefs, and strategic goals. Develop cascading goals for the different departments that tie directly to the strategic needs of the District. Provide long-term objectives to drive efficiencies, information sharing, and cross-functional teams.
Maintains awareness of both internal and external areas of concern, such as safety needs, productivity levels, interactions with connector organizations, and political issues that might impact the District. Serve as point of contact with government officials in relationship to plant operations and bio-solid program. Represents the District at industry conferences and stakeholder meetings.
Report and share information with the board to ensure they are kept fully informed on progress in the Operation, Maintenance, and RR&R departments.
Implements the District's Critical Incident Response Plan and serves as Critical Incident Commander for the District.
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Ad Title: Director of Water & Wastewater Utilities
Location: Pueblo West
Post Date: 10/16/19
Contact: Jennifer Pearson
City: Pueblo West
State: CO
Zip: 81007
Phone (W): 719-547-5022
Email: humanresources@pwmd-co.us
Website: visit our website...
Description:
Applications will only be accepted on-line from October 15, 2019 until 11:00 pm on November 12, 2019 at the website address https://pueblowestmetro.com/172/Job-Opportunities



Job Summary



Under the supervision of the District Manager, directs the overall operation of the Pueblo West Water & Wastewater Utilities.



Work involves planning, organizing, directing, and controlling the functions, operations, and services of the Water & Wastewater Utilities Department. Responsibilities include supervising department staff, determining department purchases, planning and coordinating work schedules, overseeing the services provided and representing the department. This position is responsible for ensuring all regulatory requirements established by federal, state and local bodies for water and wastewater are met. This position oversees the team and strategies that provide clean, safe, efficient, and reliable drinking water to the Pueblo West community, as well as delivering clean and safe wastewater effluent to waters of the State of Colorado.





Essential Job Functions Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include any of the following representative duties, knowledge, and skills. This is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and duties performed by incumbents of this class; employees may be assigned duties which are not listed below; reasonable accommodations will be made as required. The job description does not constitute an employment agreement and is subject to change at any time by the employer. Essential duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to the following:





Plans, organizes, directs, and controls work programs of the department; establishes and monitors controls, takes appropriate actions to correct performance and adjust program efforts to meet requirements.


Manages positions and personnel of the department; counsels employees and administers discipline; enforces District personnel policies and procedures within the department.


Oversee operations to ensure state and federal regulatory compliance and improve efficiencies


Oversee and participates in the implementation of capital improvement plans, projects for the department and life cycle upgrades to water and wastewater treatment facilities.


Manage and oversee the acquisition of water rights and manage water rights and manage the water portfolio to ensure there is sufficient capacity to serve Pueblo West.


Work with contractors, consultants, engineers, and water rights attorneys on projects and contracts.


Plans and uses resources; prepares budget, negotiates contracts and approves budgeted expenditures.


Collaborates with other District departments on projects, issues, and day-to-day activities


Addresses plans to meet unexpected situations and new developments; prepares for emergencies; keeps abreast of changes in the field.


Communicates and interacts effectively with individuals and groups at all levels and informs interested and involved parties of matters requiring their attention.


Ensures compliance within the department with applicable policies, rules, regulations and laws.


Supervisory Responsibilities



Serves as a positive and engaged member of the District Management Team and manages employees for optimum productivity.


This role takes a proactive approach to the management of employee performance while creating and mainting a supportive, professional, and open environment, consistent with the District’s culture.


Participates in the employee selection process, evaluates employees performance, provides regular feedback and participates in quarterly performance alignment conversations.


Motivates, encourages and develops direct reports.


Develops and maintains training program for staff to ensure employee development, growth and engagement.


Demonstrates a respectful attitude toward customers, co-workers, elected officials, and supervisors that promotes teamwork, open communication and effective customer service.


Embodies the District Core Values of Customer Service Excellence, Integrity, Transparency, and Efficiency.


Other Duties



Serves on task forces, work groups, and committees as a working member, resource and leader. Resolves problems affecting services to users. Represents the department and the District as required.


Performs other related work as required.
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Ad Title: Stormwater Worker or Stormwater Technician
Location: City & County of Broomfield
Post Date: 10/16/19
Contact: Human Resources
City: Broomfield
State: CO
Zip: 80020
Email: hr@broomfield.org
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Description:
The City & County of Broomfield is currently accepting applications for one vacancy in our Stormwater Division. The position can be filled as either a Stormwater Worker or a Stormwater Technician depending on education and experience of the candidate.

This is full-time position is regularly scheduled 40 hours/week, 6:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday and will also require some night and weekend hours. Position includes excellent benefits.

Stormwater Technician
Salary Range $24.15-$34.10
Hiring Range $24.15-$29.13

Stormwater Worker
Salary Range $16.30-$22.20
Hiring Range $16.30-$19.25

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Ad Title: Plant Superintendent - Wastewater
Location: City of Westminster
Post Date: 10/16/19
Contact: Caitlin Sosta
City: Westminster
State: CO
Zip: 80031
Phone (W): 3036582461
Email: csosta@cityofwestminster.us
Website: visit our website...
Description:
This position is responsible for supervising the day-to-day work activities of the Big Dry Creek Wastewater Treatment Facility, Reclaimed Water Treatment Facility, and farming operations on City owned farm properties along with privately owned farms. The incumbent must possess and maintain a thorough understanding of all aspects of wastewater treatment and regulations, reclaimed water treatment and regulations, Biosolids treatment/disposal and land application regulations, and related industry best management practices. Incumbent will oversee all aspects of treatment and be listed as the Operator in Responsible Charge over all programs.
This position requires knowledge in Department of Transportation regulations and site-specific storm water regulations.

The incumbent must possess the ability to facilitate various workgroups associated with the facilities with clear direction, and the ability to work within the Utilities Operations Division and communicate with the Collections Superintendent, Water Distribution Superintendent, Water Plant Superintendent, Utilities Operations Manager, and the Director of Public Works and Utilities. Work will be performed with wide latitude for independent judgment and action, and reviewed by the Utilities Operations Manager through observation, conferences, reports, and achievement of desired objectives. Position fills in for the Utilities Operations Manager in his or her absence. This is a safety sensitive position and is subject to federally mandated random drug and alcohol testing.

The full salary range for this position is stated above. Starting wages are negotiable and dependent on the qualifications and experience of each individual candidate. The City of Westminster offers a bonus of up to $1,000 per year depending on the employee's fluency in Spanish, Hmong, and/or Laotian.

To learn more and to apply, please visit: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/westminsterco/jobs/2600427/plant-superintendent-wastewater?keywords=plant&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs
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Ad Title: Utility Maintenance Worker I/II/III
Location: Brighton, CO
Post Date: 10/15/19
City: Brighton
State: CO
Zip: 80601
Website: visit our website...
Description:

OPEN UNTIL FILLED
Hiring Range: $16.23 to $20.61

MAINTENANCE WORKER I $16.23 - $22.30
MAINTENANCE WORKER II $18.39 - $25.20
MAINTENANCE WORKER III $20.61- $28.23

DEFINITION
Performs a variety of preventative maintenance and repair of City public infrastructure and property, related to water distribution and wastewater collection systems, as an Entry-level, Journey-level and/or Master-level position. Work varying shifts and schedules, including on-call, as needed and required by supervisor. Some overtime will be occasionally required and assigned as necessary. This position must work well independently and with teams, while providing excellent, respectful customer service and human relations skills which support the City of Brighton's mission and values.

SUPERVISION EXERCISED AND RECEIVED
Receives general supervision from the Crew Leader (Distribution, Collections, Meters), as assigned. The Maintenance Worker I does not supervise others. The Maintenance Worker II/III may supervise subordinates in the absence of or as directed by the Crew Lead.

EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
Excavates, inspects, flushes, cleans and repairs water/sanitary sewer mains, lines and laterals; cuts and removes roots from sanitary sewer mains; Repairs and/or replaces fire hydrants, meter vaults, water pumps, water distribution lines and water valves; rotates system valves; paints fire hydrants; Installs new utility services by making taps for new water/sewer utility services; Locates mains and installations for crews and contractors; prepares sketches of utilities locations; perform a variety of maintenance and repair duties; Installs, repairs and replaces curb stops, manholes, fire hydrants, valves, meters and meter vaults and boxes; exercises, opens and closes valves according to prescribed schedules; Cleans and maintains pumping and lift and booster station equipment and grounds; checks and replaces pump lubrication and packing; cleans and replaces filters; Operates construction equipment such as dump trucks, backhoes, front loaders, trenchers, and other tools such as pipe locators, meter test units, rodding equipment, compressors, jack hammers and concrete saws; Forms, pours and finishes concrete; Installs street barricades and cones prior to the performance of construction and repair activities; directs and controls traffic around work sites; Reads water meters on assigned routes recording readings, making necessary calculations. Ensures that meters are registering properly and reports to supervisor on meter conditions, defects or suspicious conditions;
Responds to requests and inquiries from customers of water utilities and from the public; Identifies equipment needs for each assigned project;
Collects water samples for laboratory testing; may perform routine tests as required; Maintains daily work log; Utilizes proper safety precautions for all work performed; Assists other departments in major projects, as necessary; Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with other employees, supervisor(s) and the public; Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned.


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Ad Title: WWTP Chief Plant Operator
Location: Brighton, CO
Post Date: 10/14/19
City: Brighton
State: CO
Zip: 80601
Email: Apply online
Website: visit our website...
Description:

OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Hiring Range: $29.87 - $31.66
Full Range: $29.87 - $39.57

DEFINITION
Plan, organize, supervise, and participate in the day-to-day operations of work and personnel assigned to the wastewater treatment plant. Review and monitor adherence to operational plans and procedures, manage regulatory compliance, assist in process control work and coordinate activities with other internal departments. Review and analyze daily logs, data sheets, and laboratory data; monitor wastewater operations and associated systems and equipment to ensure permit compliance. This position must work well independently and with teams, while providing excellent, respectful customer service and human relations skills, which support the City of Brighton's mission and values.

SUPERVISION EXERCISED AND RECEIVED
Receives general supervision from the Utility Maintenance/WWTP Manager. Exercises supervision over Wastewater Treatment Plant operations and maintenance staff in order to maintain regulatory compliance.

EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
Manages permit and regulatory compliance of the wastewater treatment plant. Reviews operating data and makes process changes to ensure permit compliance. Assists in project planning and oversight. Plan, prioritize, assign, supervise and review the work of staff responsible for providing wastewater treatment and plant maintenance services. Interfaces with all regulatory agencies and provides all required reports. Oversees annual and unscheduled safety audits and inspections. Performs record keeping functions, prepares reports as required. Performs and supervises laboratory analysis. Observes and documents the performance of plant machinery, equipment, piping, and structures; coordinates necessary repairs with maintenance personnel or outside contractors. Makes capital and operating budget recommendations and assists in managing the division budget. Reviews and maintains the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for WWTP operations. Utilizes proper safety precautions for all work performed. Assists other departments in major projects, as necessary. Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Is able to respond to emergencies 24/7.

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Ad Title: Collection Crew
Location: Brighton, CO
Post Date: 10/14/19
City: Brighton
State: CO
Zip: 80601
Website: visit our website...
Description:

OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Hiring Range: $23.20 - $24.59
Full Salary Range: $23.20 - $30.70

DEFINITION
Perform a variety of customer service and preventative maintenance duties in the maintenance of City public infrastructure and property. This position must work well in group setting/peers and with the public, while providing excellent, respectful customer service and human relations skills, which support the City of Brighton's mission and values.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED
Receives general supervision from Utilities administration. Receives general supervision from Water Supervisor or Wastewater Supervisor on some select activities. Exercises supervision over the Senior Utility Service Worker, and Utility Service Worker I and II.

EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
Promotes productive work environment. Instructs, trains, and ensures assigned work is completed. Inspects work performed by other service workers.
Evaluates crew members. Monitors and adheres to field operations budgets. Inspects pump stations, water storage reservoirs, and construction work.
Repairs and/or replaces fire hydrants, meter vaults, water pumps, water distribution lines, and water valves. Paints fire hydrants. Rotates system valves.
Performs maintenance on water meters. Installs taps on water mains. Operates, cleans, repairs, and maintains equipment such as pipe locators, meter test units, backhoe, front end loader, and single and tandem axle pump dump trucks. Excavates, inspects, cleans, and repairs water mains and service lines. Locates mains and installations for crews and contractors. Cleans and maintains pumping station equipment and checks and replaces pump lubrication. Installs street barricades and cones prior to the performance of construction and repair activities. Directs and controls traffic around work sites. Responds to requests and inquiries from customers of water utilities and from the public. Performs related duties and responsibilities as assigned. Works on-call, overtime, and holidays as needed by Supervisor.


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Ad Title: Electrical Supervisor
Location: Englewood, Colorado
Post Date: 10/10/19
Contact: Rhonda Tucker-Dickerson
City: Englewood
State: CO
Zip: 80110-2373
Phone (W): 7202914649
Email: rtuckerdickerson@englewoodco.gov
Website: visit our website...
Description:
The South Platte Water Renewal Partners (SPWRP) is a wastewater treatment facility located in the Denver Metro area. SPWRP is the third largest water renewal facility in the State of Colorado, serving more than 300,000 residents across Englewood, Littleton, and 19 other connector districts.

We are currently seeking an experienced electrical professional to become a part of our team. The Electrical Supervisor is a working supervisory role that is responsible for planning, coordinating, working with and supervising the electrical maintenance staff within Operations & Maintenance division to ensure the integrity and reliability of SPWRP.
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Ad Title: Lead Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator
Location: Highlands Ranch, Colorado
Post Date: 10/10/19
Contact: Human Resources
City: Highlands Ranch
State: CO
Zip: 80129
Phone (W): 3037910430
Email: humanresources@highlandsranch.org
Website: visit our website...
Description:
To apply for this position, please visit our online career center in ADP

https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=0b46e502-233b-4b01-af93-0f98d33e0e6b&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_US

The District offers an outstanding benefits package which includes medical, dental and vision coverage. 401 (a) Pension Plan and 457 (b) Deferred Compensation Plan (with up to 4% company match), company-paid long term disability and life insurance (2x annual employee salary). Paid-time off (holidays, vacation, sick and personal leave). In addition, we offer numerous employee discounts such as child care, pet insurance, cell phone plans and local entertainment venues like Elitch Gardens, Water World and AMC Theatres.

Centennial Water and Sanitation District, serving the community of Highlands Ranch, CO, is seeking a motivated individual to fill a Lead Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator position. Applicants must have a positive attitude and have the desire to work in a strong team environment.

The successful candidate will be the Lead Operator for the Marcy Gulch Wastewater Treatment Plant (MGWWTP), which is currently undergoing significant upgrades to meet advanced nutrient removal standards. These upgrades provide a unique opportunity to participate in the startup and optimization of the new Marcy Gulch Wastewater Treatment Plant.

Duties for this position include performing a variety of detail-oriented tasks for the efficient and effective operation of the wastewater treatment facilities and systems. The Lead WWTP Operator will be responsible for supervising and inspecting the work of assigned Operators, and temporary staff. The Lead WWTP Operator will monitor the performance of all equipment associated with the treatment process by conducting routine visual inspections, interpreting instrument readings, and performing and interpreting lab results.


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Ad Title: Wastewater Collection Operator
Location: Falcon, Colorado
Post Date: 10/09/19
Contact: N/A
City: Falcon
State: CO
Zip: 80831
Phone (W): 719-495-5152
Email: Please visit our website.
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Description:
Tired of feeling undervalued; like you're just a number? Looking for a career and not just a job? Want to be part of an experienced team? Then Meridian Service Metropolitan District is looking for you! We are recruiting for a Wastewater Collection Operator whose primary duties include the following:
- Operation and maintenance of a sewer collection system
- Operation and maintenance of a combination jet-vac truck
- Sewer lift station and force main operations and associated maintenance
- Conducting various wastewater measurements, instrument readings and water quality samples
- Inspecting new construction of sewer pipelines and related facilities
- Maintaining storm drainage and underdrain systems, snow removal operations, and maintenance of buildings and grounds.
Please note, the preceding list shall not limit the scope of duties required of this position.

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Ad Title: WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT MANAGER and OPERATOR
Location: Basalt, CO
Post Date: 10/08/19
Contact: Denise Diers, District Administrator
City: Basalt
State: CO
Zip: 81621
Phone (W): 970-618-8737
Email: dediers1@gmail.com
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Description:
District Background

• Basalt Sanitation District is a Title 32 Special District formed in 1968. Boundaries are coterminous with “East or “Old Town” Basalt, including Southside and the Roaring Fork Club. The Town of Basalt provides water service within the District’s service area. (El Jebel area and Willits are served by Mid-Valley Metropolitan District). The District currently serves 900 customers.
• The District has a wastewater treatment plant with a design flow of 0.8 MGD and approximately 5.8 miles of collection lines that serves both sides of the Roaring Fork and Frying Pan rivers. CDPHE Permit COG588000.
• The treatment plant utilizes an aerobic process with an oxidation ditch, clarifiers, digesters, UV station and centrifuges for dewatering sludge.
• The collection system has been designed to utilize gravity to transport all flows to the treatment plant. There is one lift station located at the treatment plant.

Job Summary

The Basalt Sanitation District has utilized the services of an independent contractor to operate and maintain the plant and collection system and comply with its discharge permit and all MPDS/Colorado testing requirements since 1986. The District’s Board of Directors has decided to transition these services and requirements in-house and hire a full time WWTP manager/operator who will act as the Operator Responsible in Charge (ORC) This provides the right candidate with an opportunity to develop, propose and implement his/her own protocols and systems in a small District, determine and fill staffing needs and generally help the District transition to an employee based wastewater treatment plant and collection lines operation. The goal is to ensure the facility’s final effluent is of the best quality in order to protect the gold medal waters of the Roaring Fork River, while utilizing plant and District resources wisely and efficiently.

NOTE: The District will continue to retain a separate administrative and accounting staff as well as an independent certified Professional Engineer (P.E.) for engineering services.

Job Description

• WWTP Manager/Operator will be responsible for all operations, maintenance, repairs and reporting at the wastewater treatment plant and the District collection lines.
• WWTP Manager/Operator will be responsible for compliance with all of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) reporting and testing.
• WWTP Manager/Operator will be responsible for compliance with the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES)/Colorado testing and requirements.
• WWTP Manager/Operator will also participate in the development of the annual budget and the 5 to 20 year capital plan. In addition to its development, the WWTP Manager/Operator will be responsible to adhere to the annual budget.

Duties and responsibilities include:

• Manage and perform the required duties of daily operation and all maintenance of the WWTP and the collection system. Maintenance will include both scheduled and emergencies.
• Analyze plant and laboratory reports and makes adjustments of process controls to improve treatment and maintain regulatory compliance.
• Perform expeditious diagnosis and correction of process issues resulting from any factors, emergency or non-emergency, or conditions that could lead to process upsets.
• Formulate preventative maintenance schedule.
• Formulate process control strategies.
• Develop staffing needs at plant.
• Develop equipment needs at plant, including budget.
• Develop over time, in conjunction with District Administrator, Plant Policies and Procedures
• Develop emergency response plan.
• Develop security plan.
• Promote safe work practices.
• Maintain all administrative files for the plant operation, including maintenance schedules, purchasing records, grease trap inspections, emergency response reports, CDPHE reporting, sewer jetting/inspection, inflow and infiltration (I&I) and associated repair work, sewer taps, and anything else.
• Hire, train and supervise all WWTP employees.
• Responsible for all requests, inquires, complaints and emergencies.
• Maintain District GIS database.
• Perform tap inspections as scheduled.
• Work with District P.E Engineer as needed, to inspect collection line projects and plant capital projects.
• Performs other duties as required.
• Prepare a monthly report for the Board of Directors and attend the Monthly Board Meeting.

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Ad Title: Chief Internal Auditor
Location: Denver, CO
Post Date: 09/27/19
Contact: Patricia Lopez
City: Denver
State: CO
Zip: 80229
Phone (W): 3032863233
Email: plopez@mwrd.dst.co.us
Website: visit our website...
Description:
SALARY: $68,265.60 - $98,987.20 Annually
OPENING DATE: 09/05/19
CLOSING DATE: Continuous
GENERAL STATEMENT/ ORGANIZATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
Manages the District's Internal Auditing Program. Works under the general direction of the Director of Administrative Services.

TYPICAL DUTIES:
Manages the District's Internal Auditing Program in compliance with professional standards and conducts Quality Assessment Reviews to continuously monitor the Program's effectiveness
Identifies and prioritizes internal audits on a risk-based approach and to ensure the efficient use of resources. Determines areas to be audited and the timing and frequency of audits.
Conducts operational, compliance, and financial audits of varying complexity and size to verify conformance with standards, policies, and procedures and to review the accuracy, timeliness, and relevance of records. Develops recommendations to improve the District's effectiveness and efficiency and to adjust to changing requirements by management. Monitors management responses and implementation of agreed upon recommendations.
Coordinates internal audit activities with external auditors to ensure each party is aware of the other's work. Participates in the selection of external auditors and in the opening, progress, and closing meetings of external audits, as needed.
Reviews District policies, procedures, and programs and identifies potential areas for internal audits in order to analyze and evaluate their adequacy, effectiveness, and efficiency.
Conducts meetings and facilitates discussions with District staff and management, as appropriate, concerning internal audits.
Prepares and presents reports relating to internal audits or other assignments to District management and the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors.
Maintains the Internal Auditing Program policy and procedures manuals.
Performs research and analysis on various special projects as assigned.
Performs other administrative duties as assigned.
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Ad Title: Facilities Maintenance Worker
Location: Denver, CO
Post Date: 09/27/19
Contact: Patricia Lopez
City: Denver
State: CO
Zip: 80229
Phone (W): 3032863233
Email: plopez@mwrd.dst.co.us
Website: visit our website...
Description:
SALARY: $16.45 - $23.04 Hourly
OPENING DATE: 09/26/19
CLOSING DATE: Continuous
GENERAL STATEMENT/ ORGANIZATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
Performs a variety of unskilled to semi-skilled duties related to maintenance of the District's facilities. Works under the direction of a supervisor.
TYPICAL DUTIES:
(Any one position may not include all of the duties listed, nor do the listed examples include all of the tasks which may be found in positions of this class.)
Performs semi-skilled, unlicensed trades work on a regular basis in multiple trades areas including, carpentry, locksmith, glazing, masonry, minor mechanical maintenance, minor plumbing, air filter changes, painting preparation and painting.
Performs routine pickup and delivery of materials for the District. Performs computerized parts research and ordering through the CMMS system.
Performs manual labor such as high pressure hosing, sweeping, mopping, shoveling, heavy lifting (and team lifting) during equipment set up/removal, and materials handling.
Performs safety activities such as traffic control, hot work, respirator use, fall prevention and frequently performs work in confined spaces. Performs hand signals and rigging for crane and hoisting operations and equipment positioning. Erects scaffolding.
Maintains industrial facilities, wastewater treatment structures, conduits and equipment using hand tools, power tools, and powered equipment. Performs industrial cleaning on wastewater treatment structures and equipment such as process buildings, aeration basins, clarifiers, and in various containment tanks/vaults/digesters using chemicals and heavy duty cleaning equipment, large psi pressure washers, and fire pumps.
Services and cleans automotive vehicles, weed/lawn mowers, pressure washers, sprayers, and other equipment.
Performs grounds work, including repair of landscape damage; mixes and applies herbicides, adjusts, repairs and installs sprinkler system piping and valves up to 4-inch supply systems. Performs snow removal activities. Guides and directs Seasonal Laborers during summer grounds activities.
Performs office maintenance repair work such as replacing lamps, door maintenance/repair, toilet and sink removal/repair, ice machine maintenance/repair, minor plumbing and drain maintenance. Moves offices including the removal and installation of modular office furniture and computers.
Operates computers to receive work assignments/information and report work progress.
Performs other related duties as required.
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Ad Title: SharePoint Developer (Senior Programmer Analyst)
Location: Denver, CO
Post Date: 09/27/19
Contact: Patricia Lopez
City: Denver
State: CO
Zip: 80229
Phone (W): 3032863233
Email: plopez@mwrd.dst.co.us
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Description:
SALARY: $85,654.40 - $124,176.00 Annually
OPENING DATE: 09/18/19
CLOSING DATE: Continuous
GENERAL STATEMENT/ ORGANIZATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
Provide advanced technical expertise for relational database based applications and development toolsets. Responsible for all aspects of software based information systems analysis, development, implementation and technical support. Perform analysis, design, programming, installations and quality assurance for new and existing complex software information systems. Works under the general direction of the Programming/Applications Support Supervisor.
TYPICAL DUTIES:
Perform advanced analysis, complex programming and technical support, and function as an advanced technical resource and coordinator among various areas of specialization within the programming and application support group to create effective computer based applications. Responsible for designing application solutions with limited supervision.
Identify and analyze user requirements and prepare system specifications and designs for complex new systems, enhancements or modifications to existing application software, using industry standards and best practices established for software engineering.
Participate in the architectural design, development, customization and integration efforts of solutions involving collaboration, portals, content management, and workflows
Test, document, and implement new information systems and modifications to existing application programs. Industry standard software tools to be used in accordance with project management best practices, program, to ensure projects meet designated timeframes per documented design requirements. Critically review all programs prior to implementation to verify consistency and conformance with established guidelines, standards, and user requirements.
Perform as project and team lead for selected database application projects to include the development of functional requirements and programming for select IT projects. Perform a high degree of complex analysis in the process of requirements definition and business process reengineering. Work closely with Programmer Analyst in a mentoring role to provide direction and technical support on assigned projects and application support efforts
Provide on-going support and maintenance and upgrades for assigned information systems and applications, and responds to requests for automation, complaints and questions regarding existing supported systems. Is the primary liaison between the IS Division and the assigned System User departments and divisions.
Develop both technical and end user documentation as well as provide training for end users as needed
Responsible for obtaining formal and informal training to maintain and increase technical expertise necessary to perform job requirements.
Administer Web Servers and SharePoint environments as required. Ability to build VM workstations/servers to allow development in various platforms.
Perform other duties as directed.
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Ad Title: Plant Maintenance Technician
Location: Highlands Ranch, Colorado
Post Date: 09/27/19
Contact: Human Resources
City: Highlands Ranch
State: CO
Zip: 80129
Phone (W): 3037910430
Email: humanresources@highlandsranch.org
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Description:
To apply for this position, please visit our online career center in ADP

https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=0b46e502-233b-4b01-af93-0f98d33e0e6b&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_US

Hiring salary range is $22.19 to $27.96 per hour. Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications.

The District offers an outstanding benefits package which includes medical, dental and vision coverage. 401 (a) Pension Plan and 457 (b) Deferred Compensation Plan (with up to 4% company match), company-paid long term disability and life insurance (2x annual employee salary). Paid-time off (holidays, vacation, sick and personal leave). In addition, we offer numerous employee discounts such as child care, pet insurance, cell phone plans and local entertainment venues like Elitch Gardens, Water World and AMC Theatres.

Centennial Water and Sanitation District serves over 95,000 customers in the community of Highlands Ranch, CO and adjoining portions of northern Douglas County. Centennial operates a complete water and wastewater utility including surface-water reservoirs, treatment facilities, transmission, distribution, storage, and wastewater collection system.

CWSD is seeking a Plant Maintenance Technician to join its Plant Maintenance Department. A successful candidate’s duties include performing a variety of skilled and semi-skilled tasks necessary to maintain equipment and structures used in the storage and processing of water and wastewater.

Desired applicants will have experience with industrial / mechanical equipment such as pumps, valves, piping, HVAC, forklifts, personnel lifts, and general knowledge of building maintenance. A High school diploma or GED equivalent is required. A Colorado Driver’s License and acceptable motor vehicle record are also required. Additionally, applicants are encouraged to obtain a Colorado Commercial Class A Driver’s License with Hazmat and Tanker endorsements. Having any current Colorado Water, Wastewater, Collection, Distribution certifications is a plus.

Rotating “on call” shifts are required for this position and applicants must be able to respond to emergency calls within approximately thirty (30) minutes.

Pre-employment drug screening and background checks, including driving record, will be conducted.

Applications will be accepted until position has been filled.

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Ad Title: Industrial Pretreatment Specialist/Backflow Prevention Specialist
Location: City of Northglenn
Post Date: 09/25/19
Contact: Debbie Garcia
State: CO
Phone (W): 303-450-8806
Email: dgarcia@northglenn.org
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Description:
The City of Northglenn is seeking an energetic and highly motivated candidate interested in the Industrial Pretreatment and Backflow Prevention field.

This position consists of technical, professional, and administrative work in running the City of Northglenn's Industrial Pretreatment (IP) and Backflow Prevention (BP) Programs. This position may occasionally assist in the operation of the Wastewater Treatment Facility (including some weekends). The incumbent works in direct partnership with other employees, departments/divisions, external entities, and the public and must possess exemplary communication skills.

Other responsibilities include administering the industrial user permit process, overseeing monitoring and sampling programs, collecting samples and interpreting water quality data, preparing and submitting various reports to State and Federal regulatory agencies, testing all City-owned backflow preventers, inspecting grease traps and interceptors, surveying commercial properties for cross-connections, and responding to complaints and inquiries.


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Ad Title: Water Plant Treatment Operator
Location: Louisville, CO
Post Date: 09/24/19
City: Louisville
State: CO
Zip: 80027
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Description:
Under supervision, performs skilled work in the operation and maintenance of a water treatment plant on an assigned shift. Work is performed with considerable independence within established guidelines and procedures, with the incumbent expected to make routine changes in the operation of the plant. Assignments are received in either written or oral form, usually in daily or weekly schedules or special assignments. Work is evaluated by inspection, review of reports, conferences, for condition of facilities, adherence to standards, and efficiency of operations. Performs other work as required.

***First review of applications will begin on September 30, 2019 and reviewed continuously thereafter. **

Hiring Range (Dependent on Water Operator Certification Level & experience):
Operator A: $24.49-$28.16 per hour
Operator B: $22.64-$26.04 per hour
Operator C: $20.13-$23.15 per hour
Operator D: $18.61-$21.40 per hour
Trainee: $17.21-$19.79 per hour

*Note: Hiring range listed above does not represent the full salary range.
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Ad Title: Evergreen Metropolitan District
Location: Evergreen Colorado
Post Date: 09/20/19
Contact: Marc Rosenberg
City: Evergreen
State: CO
Zip: 80439
Phone (W): 3036744112
Email: mrosenberg@evergreenmetro.org
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Description:
Evergreen Metro District is looking to fill an entry level Collections & Distribution Technician. Must obtain a Class B CDL drivers license within 1 year of hire. Hours are 7:30 -3:30 Monday - Friday. Able to be on call every 6 weeks with opportunity for overtime and double time on Sundays. The District offers a 401 A retirement plans, Health insurance 10 holidays a year, clothing allowance.
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Ad Title: Maintenance Mechanic
Location: Parker, CO
Post Date: 09/20/19
City: Parker
State: CO
Zip: 80134
Phone (W): 303-841-4627
Email: districtjobs@pwsd.org
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Description:
This non-exempt position is responsible for the mechanical operation, repair, maintenance and preventable maintenance of the District's water and wastewater equipment and facilities; and the installation of new systems at District facilities.

Some duties include, but not limited to:
- Performs unskilled, semi-skilled and skilled maintenance duties on District water and wastewater facilities and equipment. Duties include, but not limited to, replacing filters in various systems; setting operation parameters; annual testing of backflow prevention assemblies for District facilities; repairing or rebuilding pumps, HVAC units, air compressors, Chlorine Systems and valves.

- Maintains equipment maintenance files, parts inventory, forecasting reports and reports on completed work orders and tasks performed on a quarterly basis.

- Operates construction, maintenance, heavy equipment and other mechanized equipment and hand tools to complete tasks such as repairing underground valves and pipes and the placement of pumps and valves in system. Performs routine and non-routine inspections of equipment.

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Ad Title: City of Boulder is hiring a Plant Operator for Water Treatment
Location: Boulder, CO
Post Date: 09/20/19
Contact: Vanessa Bonner
City: Boulder
State: CO
Zip: 80302
Phone (W): 3034411985
Email: bonnerv@bouldercolorado.gov
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Description:
Overall Job Objective
Under general supervision, to operate multiple water treatment facilities, to perform routine maintenance and minor repairs of plant equipment, direct the distribution of treated water through a system of pipes and reservoirs, perform appropriate monitoring, operate and control hydroelectric facilities, and to perform related duties as required.

Work Schedule: Full-time (40 hrs/week), In one 2 week period, this position requires working 48 hours (four shifts) one week and 36 hours (three shifts) the following week. This position is required to work one of two 12 hour shifts, "a" shift or "b" shift. The hours are 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM or 6:00 PM to 6:00 AM. The position requires working nights, weekends, and holidays.
Location: Water treatment plant(s) - Either Betasso WTF or Boulder Reservoir WTF (63rd)

*Salary Range is $20.00/hr-$44.23/hr



Duties & Responsibilities

1. Operates the facilities and associated processes in accordance with state and federal water quality regulations. Obtains/maintains a Colorado Class A Water Treatment Plant Operators Certification within five years of hire and updates job knowledge as necessary

2. Controls and monitors mechanical and chemical water treatment processes including the distribution of the treated water. This includes the following duties at both of the City's water treatment facilities:
• Regulates, and/or adjusts raw water sources, preliminary treatment process, chemicals, sedimentation process, filtration process, residuals recovery, chemical feeders, pumps and valves to control liquid stream, and solids treatment processes.
• Utilizes Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) instrumentation and direct observation to continuously monitor and interpret data transmitted from local and remote equipment locations. Uses data, as well as facility schematics and O&M manuals to identify, locate, and resolve treatment problems.
• Plans for, practices, and responds to emergencies including but not limited to power outages, chemical spills, and equipment failures. Provides first response troubleshooting of equipment and process when emergencies arise.
• Performs routine laboratory analyses and appropriately adjusts treatment processes based on laboratory results and direct observations.
• Orders, loads, unloads, and regulates treatment chemicals and supplies.
• Assists maintenance staff in maintenance/operations activities.
• Performs troubleshooting of treatment process, equipment problems, and prepares equipment for repair work
• Assists in maintaining facilities and property, including cleaning and upkeep of process buildings, equipment, and grounds.

3. Oversees treatment and distribution system operations on assigned shifts. This includes the following:
• Controls multi-zoned high-pressure water distribution system using pumps, valves and hydroelectric generators, operate raw and finished hydroelectric power stations (nine), with pressures ranging from 100 to 800 PSI.
• Ensures adequate shift coverage for 24-hour operation which includes filling shifts as necessary and/or calling in appropriate coverage.
• Communicates operational information to management team.
• Maintains inventory of operations laboratory supplies, chemicals and orders supplies as needed.

4. Maintains logs and records of plant data, including entering and retrieving data on a PC, reviewing and signing off on all logs at the end of the shift, and ensuring that logs are complete. Analyzes data utilizing trending and statistical tools.

5. Serves on facility committees such as safety, emergency response, design review, and treatment optimization studies. May take the lead role on committees and projects as requested and develop appropriate reports and summaries.

6. Assists with the development of the annual operations work plan. Assists in formulating and updating standard facility and process operating procedures including development and implementation of safety related procedures and programs.

7. Remains alert to conditions and events occurring at the Water Treatment Facility indicating anticipated or needed maintenance and repair. Assists in and performs troubleshooting of plant processes to improve overall treatment quality.

8. Maintains a clean and safe work environment, including monitoring work in progress to pinpoint hazards.

9. Responds to questions from the public about treatment, distribution system, and hydro-electric stations, and conducts facility tours as necessary.

10. Ability to work variable shifts including nights, weekends, and holidays.

11. Is alert to security of treatment plants, distribution reservoirs, pump and valve stations, and hydro-electric stations.

12. Serves as after-hours contact for water-related problems and citizen concerns. Appropriately responds to citizen problems and initiates Department of Public Works call-out procedure when necessary.

13. Trains, directs and reviews the work of other operation staff including lower-level certified operators and operator trainees.

14. Other:
- Performs related duties as required to meet the needs of the city.
- Takes proper safety precautions, anticipates unsafe circumstances, and acts accordingly 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.

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Ad Title: Wastewater Operator
Location: Colorado Springs, CO
Post Date: 09/19/19
Contact: Kelly Smith
City: Colorado Springs
State: CO
Zip: 80925
Phone (W): 719-390-7111
Email: Kelly@wwsdonline.com
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Description:
Widefield Water and Sanitation District (WWSD) is offering an exciting opportunity in Colorado Springs, Colorado. WWSD is seeking a Wastewater Operator with a minimum of a Class D Wastewater Treatment or Class 1 Collections Certification. Candidates need a minimum of one year of experience in the maintenance and repair of a wastewater treatment plant and collection system. 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.

We have been the fastest growing area of El Paso County for the past several years. 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 Kelly Smith, Director of Administrative Services, at kelly@wwsdonline.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.

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Ad Title: Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator
Location: Greeley, Colorado
Post Date: 09/13/19
Contact: Sean Cooney
City: Greeley
State: CO
Zip: 80631
Email: sean.cooney@greeleygov.com
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Description:
The City of Greeley has an exciting career opening for a Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator! Join a dynamic team dedicated to serving our community by protecting our water resources. The City of Greeley is considering all levels of wastewater treatment experience to fill this position, but will consider entry level candidates that have a passion to learn and develop the skills needed in this unique career field. Tell your friends and apply on our website today!

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Ad Title: City of Boulder, Colorado, seeks Civil Engineer for Utilities Engineering Workgroup
Location: Boulder, Colorado
Post Date: 09/11/19
Contact: Vanessa Bonner
City: Boulder
State: CO
Zip: 80302
Phone (W): 303-441-1985
Email: bonnerv@bouldercolorado.gov
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Description:
Overall Job Objective
This posting is for a full-time position in the City of Boulder's Public Works Department providing project management and civil engineering services in the Utilities Engineering work group. This may include work on the following City utility systems:
Source water reservoirs and transmission pipelines;
Water treatment, transmission, storage and distribution systems;
Wastewater collection, conveyance and treatment systems;
Stormwater drainage systems; and
Flood mitigation infrastructure.

Civil Engineers II typically lead the implementation of routine capital projects that include planning studies, engineering design, infrastructure construction, and ongoing infrastructure renewal programs, and assist with the implementation of larger and more complex projects as part of a team led by Engineering Project Managers

Duties & Responsibilities

Typical duties and responsibilities include:

1. Manage capital improvement projects, studies, and designs.
• Work with a team of City staff, consultants, and contractors to achieve project goals.
• Review operational and asset management data to identify and prioritize system needs.
• Evaluate existing operation and maintenance issues and develop solutions.
• Develop project scopes, justifications, and implementation strategies and schedules.
• Procure consultant services and manage the preparation of planning documents, studies, mapping, engineering drawings, specifications, and bid documents.
• Evaluate economic, environmental, engineering, construction, and community issues and impacts.
• Oversee preparation of engineering drawings, specifications, and bid documents.
• Coordinate regulatory permit applications and obtains necessary permits prior to construction.

2. Manage and coordinate construction activities.
• Oversee the procurement process for construction services and manage subsequent contract submittals, invoices, change orders, inspections, etc.
• Oversee and manage the progress of active capital construction sites.
• Perform field inspections and direct City and contracted inspection teams.
• Oversee materials testing and review testing results.
• Maintain awareness of potential obstacles and conflicts and utilize strong negotiation skills during construction conflict resolution meetings.
• Identify public and business impacts of construction activities and maintain positive relations with affected parties.
• Maintain construction records and assist with in bringing assets on-line, including testing and establishing operational and preventative maintenance procedures.

3. Oversee condition assessment programs and routine infrastructure renewal programs.
• Coordinate condition assessment programs for utilities assets in collaboration with maintenance staff.
• Manage the collection of data by City staff, contractors, and consultants utilizing Utility asset management programs.
• Review resulting data, and develop prioritized improvement needs and budget implications.
• Identify implementation strategies and advance associated construction projects and programs.

4. Facilitate public process, build stakeholder relationships, and advance projects through City boards and council:
• Develop and implement transparent, collaborative, and defensible decision making for projects that will undergo review by the public, stakeholders, city council advisory boards, and city council.
• Engage with the public and stakeholders in a respectful manner and provide an environment with opportunities for input and an open and friendly dialogue.
• Comfortably communicate with management staff and elected officials.
• Recognize diverse communication styles and have self-awareness of how one's own style influences relationships with others.
• Initiate and participate in difficult situations requiring tactful mediation and negotiation skills.
• Represents the City at public meetings, administrative hearings, City Council meetings, and when working with regulatory and other governmental agencies.

5. Other tasks:
• Assists the City's operations staff in troubleshooting and optimizing the performance of utilities assets and assist maintenance personnel in developing maintenance programs and engineering solutions for maintenance problems. Establish best maintenance techniques, procedures and schedules as needed.
• Respond to and investigate resident questions.
• Provide technical assistance to the City's development review process.
• Assists in responding to claims against the City resulting from utilities projects.
• Maintain knowledge of current best practices and innovative technologies for inclusion in City projects.

The city of Boulder is committed to hiring employees who provide excellent customer service. Our employees communicate courteously and responsively with the public, volunteers, and co-workers, are sensitive to diversity issues, provide effective and efficient service to the public and co-workers, act with a high level of integrity, and take responsibility for their words and actions.
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Ad Title: Assistant Wastewater Superintendent
Location: Evans, CO
Post Date: 09/06/19
Contact: JULIE TYMKOWYCH
City: EVANS
State: CO
Zip: 80620
Phone (W): 970-4751161
Email: jtymkowych@evanscolorado.gov
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Description:
POSITION: ASSISTANT WASTEWATER SUPERINTENDENT
DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC WORKS & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
REQUISITION: 19-40
STATUS: FULL-TIME REGULAR/NON-EXEMPT
HIRING RANGE: $66,500 - $99,700 DOQ
WORK SCHEDULE: 40 HOURS PER WEEK, MON-FRI 7:00AM – 3:30PM
OPENING DATE: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH, 2019
CLOSING DATE: OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Why Work for the City of Evans?

- Excellent Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance
- City paid Life, AD&D and Short-term Disability Insurance
- Up to 7% City Contribution into a 401(k) plan
- Vacation and Health Leave
- 11 Paid Holidays
- College Savings Plan
- Bi-lingual Incentives
- City of Evans Fitness Room/Gym Access
- Optional pre-tax Flexible Spending Account, Health Savings Account, 457 plan and 529 plan
- Wellness Incentives (up to $700/year)

SUMMARY: Under general direction, plans, organizes and supervises the day-to-day operations of the City’s wastewater treatment plant by performing a wide variety of semi-skilled and skilled work in operations and maintenance.

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Ad Title: Utility Technician
Location: City of Northglenn, Water Treatment Facility, 2350
Post Date: 09/05/19
Contact: Debbie Garcia
City: Northglenn
State: CO
Zip: 80233
Phone (W): 3034508806
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Description:
The City of Northglenn, a dynamic municipality located just north of Denver, is looking for an energetic and highly motivated Utility Technician to fill a vacancy in our Electrical and Mechanical Division. This position involves technical work in the maintenance, repair and testing of electrical and mechanical equipment related to the operation of water and wastewater treatment plants, water distribution systems and wastewater collection systems.

This full-time position hours of work and days are Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. with overtime as necessary. Willing to work standby (ON CALL) on rotational basis.

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Ad Title: Collection and Distribution System Mechanic I - full-time, benefits
Location: Highlands Ranch
Post Date: 09/05/19
Contact: Human Resources
City: Highlands Ranch
State: CO
Zip: 80129
Phone (W): 3037910430
Email: humanresources@highlandsranch.org
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Description:
Minimum starting pay is $21.13/hour. Pay is commensurate with qualifications and experience. Excellent benefits are included with this position.

The District offers an outstanding benefits package which includes medical, dental and vision coverage. 401 (a) Pension Plan and 457 (b) Deferred Compensation Plan (with up to 4% company match), company-paid long term disability and life insurance (2x annual employee salary). Paid-time off (holidays, vacation, sick and personal leave). In addition, we offer numerous employee discounts such as child care, pet insurance, cell phone plans and local entertainment venues like Elitch Gardens, Water World and AMC Theatres.

Centennial Water and Sanitation District is currently accepting applications for a Collection and Distribution System Mechanic I. This position requires working in the field performing routine maintenance and repairs on the water and wastewater systems throughout the Highlands Ranch community. Routine maintenance to include: valve exercising, valve repair and replacements, fire hydrant testing, maintenance and replacements, water main and service repairs, manhole inspections, sanitary sewer video inspections, and pipeline jetting.

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Ad Title: Wwastewater Supervisor
Location: Cortez, CO
Post Date: 08/22/19
Contact: Jan Nelson
City: Cortez
State: CO
Zip: 81321
Phone (W): 9705602339
Email: jan.nelson@cortezsanitation.com
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Description:


WASTEWATER – PLANT SUPERVISOR

The Cortez Sanitation District in SW Colorado is hiring an experienced Plant Supervisor. Be part of a growing organization where your skills will be appreciated and challenged.
The plant is 1.6 MGD activated sludge, extended aeration.

Requires Colorado Class A Wastewater Operator’s license and Class B CDL. Must have a minimum of five years’ experience in the operation of wastewater treatment plants. Strong supervisor skills, effective communication and computer skills required. Experience in biosolids processing is a plus.

Wage range is $59,114 - $68,162, depending on experience. Applicants with a civil engineering degree will be considered at a higher wage.
Benefits include PTO, health, dental, eye and life insurance covered at 100%. Retirement 401K profit sharing plan.

Position open until filled. First review will be September 1st.
Send resume and current motor vehicle record to:
Jan Nelson, District Manager, Cortez Sanitation District, P. O. Drawer 730, Cortez, CO 81321 or e-mail to jan.nelson@cortezsanitation.com

Full job description may be obtained by emailing District Manager at jan.nelson@coretzsanitation.com

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Ad Title: Aftermarket & Client Support
Location: Salt Lake City
Post Date: 08/10/19
Contact: Jeff Rabas
City: Salt Lake City
State: UT
Phone (W): 303-710-9426
Email: jeff@chcwater.com
Description:
FT position: Aftermarket & Client Support – Provide support to aftermarket order management and the Client/Service Manager for Process Equipment for Municipal Water & Wastewater Treatment facilities with an office in Salt Lake City, UT. Requirements: Excellent written/verbal communication skills; proficient in MS Office and QuickBooks; self-starter/able to work independently/manage workload; familiar with construction/project management, plans/specs & water/wastewater treatment facilities; Manage/Travel 50% to construction sites/treatment plants to evaluate problems/troubleshoot equipment; providing trip reports/maintaining records. Valid driver’s license with satisfactory record; Willingness to submit to background and drug screening. Send resume to DC Frost Associates Inc. - Jeff Rabas (jeff@chcwater.com)
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Ad Title: Water Manager
Location: Vail, CO
Post Date: 08/06/19
Contact: Alison Kelkenberg
City: Vail
State: CO
Zip: 81657
Phone (W): 9704775418
Email: akelkenberg@erwsd.org
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Description:
Water Manager – Full Time Year Round
Clean water. Quality life. Not just our tag line, this is a saying created by our staff to embody who we are and what we do. The drinking water services we provide to our community are vital to public health and are the baseline of Clean water. Quality life. We are looking for a strategic water professional to manage our Water Department and continue to provide safe, efficient, high quality, and reliable drinking water to our community. Working as a Water Manager at Eagle River Water & Sanitation District puts you at the forefront of environmental stewardship in the heart of the Rocky Mountains.
The Water Manager will collaborate with the leadership team to support the mission of the organization and will work closely with the community to help them better understand their drinking water. The ideal candidate is communicative, team-focused, and has a big picture mindset to manage a complex water system and how it fits into the overall mission of ERWSD. This role will oversee the operations of three water treatment facilities, additional water assets, the Operational Technology Services (OTS) group, source water quality monitoring, raw water resources, and will lead a talented department of 24 individuals.
Why work for us? The work you will do as a Water Manager provides a life-giving resource to our community that everyone can use and benefit from. Not to mention our excellent benefits, housing program, opportunities to learn, attend conferences, and trainings.
The Day to Day:
DYNAMIC LEADERSHIP: The Water Manager serves as a positive and engaged member of the District Management Team and manages employees for optimum productivity. This role takes a proactive approach to the management of employee performance while creating and maintaining a supportive, professional, and open environment, consistent with the District’s culture. A manager at ERWSD encourages leadership at all levels within the District as well as communicates the Vision, Mission, Values, and team norms of the District to employees frequently and consistently.
Directs, motivates, encourages and develops 6-7 direct reports (5 Supervisor Positions), and a department of up to 24 people. Participates in the employee selection process, evaluates employee performance, provides regular feedback and participates in monthly performance alignment conversations. Motivates, encourages and develops plant staff. Develops on boarding programs and succession plans. Develops and maintains training program for staff to ensure employee development, growth, engagement etc.
DEPARTMENTAL COLLABORATION: The Water Manager upholds the organizational Vision, Mission, and Values, and the strategies of the management team. Builds and fosters collaborative relationships with each District department, works, and influences across department lines to accomplish established goals. Updates colleagues on projects and activities. Updates impacted departments of operational problems or explain procedural changes or practices. Prepares monthly operations reports for the Board Reports. Prepares Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), Policies, Board Memos etc. as needed.
LONG RANGE PLANNING AND PREPARATION: The Water Manager oversees, coordinates and builds consensus among the departments regarding master planning activities with the goal to reduce regulatory risk and meet future demand. Works with the engineering and finance department to plan for the financing of proposed major upgrades and expenditures as a result of the plan. This role also prepares an annual budget for operations and maintenance, capital projects, sampling events planning efforts and consultants as needed. Works effectively cross-departmentally on complex projects, water quality matters and team development. Works with water, field operations, OTS, laboratory and engineering staff etc. to develop estimated costs for operations, maintenance, personnel, and capital and life cycle upgrades to facilities. Works with the finance department as appropriate during the budget process for Board approval. Oversees the fiscal responsibilities of the water and OTS departments, ensures that the best value is realized for the District for expenditures. Tracks and oversees all expenditures for the Department.
The Water Manager oversees and participates in the implementation of capital and life cycle upgrades to water treatment facilities in coordination with the Engineering Department when necessary. Attends design and construction meetings when appropriate, reviews change orders and keeps apprised of design and construction changes, budgets, schedules, staffing etc. Oversees contracts and consultant relationships related to department projects and provides project management when necessary.
REGULATORY COMPLIANCE: The Water Manager ensures that all regulatory requirements established by federal, state and local bodies for drinking water and distribution are met. Oversees and stays apprised of regulations that affect ERWSD and UERWA including but not limited to Colorado Drinking Water Regulations (Regulation 11) requirements, monitoring schedule requirements, lead and copper sampling programs, revised total coliform rule, discharge monitoring reports, disinfectant and disinfection byproduct rules, forth unregulated contaminant monitoring rule, public notification rule, storage tank rule, specialized sampling etc. This role is responsible for working closely with the Colorado Department of Public Health and the Environment (CDPHE) regarding monitoring schedules, violations, sanitary surveys, site applications, sampling programs etc. and ensures proper notifications occur if necessary. The Water Manager also plays a key role in developing consumer confidence reports annually.
TREATMENT OPTIMIZATION: The Water Manager keeps apprised of new developments in water treatment and OTS methods, materials, tools, technology, and equipment, and analyzes and makes recommendations to reduce risk or deliver best value. This role will also regularly visit plants, review operations, and review periodic reports to determine progress of construction and maintenance projects, and status of other phases of operation.
SOURCE WATER SUPPLY AND QUALITY: The Water Manager oversees the operations, maintenance, and water quality programs associated with the District’s raw water reservoirs. Works closely with District planning and laboratory staff and consultants to ensure that the reservoirs are operated and maintained to meet water supply and augmentation needs. The Water Manager protects drinking water sources by developing, implementing and updating source water protection plans. Works with local partners, community members, watershed protection groups, and governmental agencies to minimize risk to drinking water sources.
OPERATIONAL TECHNOLOGY SERVICES: The Water Manager oversees the Operational Technology Services (OTS) group which is responsible for maintaining a secure and compliant working automation, electrical and controls system for water, wastewater, collection and distribution system in a collaborative, safe and efficient manner. OTS responsibilities include maintaining programmable logic controls (PLCs), radio network upgrades, motor control circuits (MCC), supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA), controls, alarming, electrical support etc.
THE BIG PICTURE: Eagle River Water and Sanitation District has a responsibility to our customers and to the environment. The Water Manager oversees the team and strategies that provide clean, safe, efficient, and reliable drinking water to our community.


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Ad Title: Customer Service Specialist
Location: Colorado Springs, CO
Post Date: 08/06/19
Contact: Kelly Smith
City: Colorado Springs
State: CO
Zip: 80925
Phone (W): 7193907111
Email: Kelly@wwsdonline.com
Website: visit our website...
Description:
Customer Service Specialist

Widefield Water and Sanitation District (WWSD) is located in the southern portion of Colorado Springs, Colorado. WWSD is in search of a dynamic Customer Service Specialist who is dedicated, innovative, and excited to join a high-performing team providing exceptional customer service.

Minimum Qualifications:
3 years of experience in customer service to include customer billing (utility billing preferred), payment processing, and being proficient in utilizing a variety of billing/accounting software systems, including Microsoft’s Excel and Word.

This position represents the District as a primary contact and must have excellent communication skills. Taking ownership of the position responsibilities and the ability to work with minimal direct supervision is a must.

We are a progressive utility with a positive work environment, offering an excellent benefit package, competitive salaries, and training opportunities.
Successful candidates will complete pre-employment screening; which includes, but is not limited to a criminal background check and drug screen.

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 Kelly Smith, Human Resources Manager, at kelly@wwsdonline.com or by fax to 719-390-1409. This position will remain open until filled.

**This advertisement is subject to close at any time based on qualified applicants received.

Widefield Water and Sanitation District is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Ad Title: Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator 2
Location: Monroe, WA
Post Date: 08/02/19
Contact: Annette Rose
State: WA
Zip: 98272
Email: afrose@doc1.wa.gov
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Description:
The Washington State Department of Corrections is seeking a highly motivated and qualified individual for the position of Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator 2 at the Monroe Correctional Complex (MCC) in Monroe, Washington.

The Monroe Correctional Complex (MCC) is a a prison complex housing 2,500+ adult male offenders on 365 acres of property with 105 buildings, and employing approximately 1200 staff. The complex consists of five major units; the Washington State Reformatory Unit (WSRU), Special Offender Unit (SOU), a large mental health inpatient treatment unit, Twin Rivers Unit (TRU), Intensive Management Unit (IMU), and the Minimum Security Unit (MSU).

While working under the direction of the Equipment Technician Supervisor, the Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator 2 (WWTPO2) oversees the operation of MCC's wastewater and sewer lifting operations.

The position supervises one or more offender crews performing wastewater, recycling, food waste and composting operations in support of the Department of Corrections' mission: To improve public safety.

The WWTPO2 supports this mission by supervising offenders, and instructing staff as needed, in safe and efficient operation, repair and maintenance of prison facilities, equipment, systems, and sustainable operations at the Monroe Correctional Complex.

Duties include but are not limited to:

Oversee, direct and operate MCC wastewater lagoons, sewer lift stations and all auxiliary equipment,
Manage effluent ponds and lift stations to be in compliance with applicable codes, standards and laws,
Operate, adjust, maintain wastewater plant infrastructure,
Perform physical measurements, sampling and testing of the ponds,
Supervise an offender crew in the maintenance and operation of MCC's wastewater ponds, lift stations, and food waste, composting and recycle operations,
Complete maintenance work orders assigned,
Read and interpret plans,
Inspect multiple lift stations for proper trouble free operation,
Operate, maintain and assist with MCC food waste, composting and recycle operations,
Operate, routinely maintain all assigned heavy equipment, machinery, process equipment,
Emergency response,
Other duties as assigned.
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Ad Title: Water/Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator
Location: Golden Colorado
Post Date: 07/29/19
Contact: Tom Bullis
City: Golden
State: CO
Zip: 80401
Phone (W): 4149313661
Email: Tom.Bullis@millercoors.com
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Description:
In the role of a Waste Water Treatment Plant Operator working at the Coors Brewery in Golden Colorado you will be part of the Utilities Team. Our Utilities team is the lifeblood that keeps our operations going. You will be responsible for playing an important role in ensuring our operations stays in compliance with state and municipal regulations.

This position reports to our water/wastewater utilities process leaders and works closely with our teams in brewing and operations



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Ad Title: Water/Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator
Location: Golden Colorado
Post Date: 07/23/19
Contact: Tom Bullis
City: Golden
State: CO
Zip: 80401
Phone (W): 4149313661
Email: Tom.Bullis@millercoors.com
Website: visit our website...
Description:
In the role of a Waste Water Treatment Plant Operator working at the Coors Brewery in Golden Colorado you will be part of the Utilities Team. Our Utilities team is the lifeblood that keeps our operations going. You will be responsible for playing an important role in ensuring our operations stays in compliance with state and municipal regulations.

This position reports to our water/wastewater utilities process leaders and works closely with our teams in brewing and operations



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Ad Title: Wastewater Treatment Operator - Entry Level to Advanced
Location: Glenwood Springs, CO
Post Date: 03/26/19
Contact: TJ Kraft
City: Glenwood Springs
State: CO
Zip: 81601
Email: tanner.kraft@cogs.us
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Description:
Works directly under the wastewater plant chief operator. May be asked to supervise or orientate lesser qualified operators. Will be asked to assist in scheduling of operators/projects, budgeting and other administrative duties. This level of operator is distinguished by the amount of supervision exercised and received.

Wastewater Treatment: Performs work in the wastewater treatment plant and wastewater lift station to ensure that no degradation of receiving waters occur.

The following examples are intended to be illustrative only and are not all inclusive. Maintains and operates pumps, lift stations, chlorinators, compressors, digester mixing systems, boilers, telemetry and SCADA systems. Troubleshoots and repairs minor electrical, and major mechanical equipment. Maintains daily operating records. Maintains buildings and plant grounds. Conducts test on wastewater influent, plant processes and wastewater effluent. Submits reports to the EPA and Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. Applies biosolids to agricultural lands for beneficial use per CDPHE guidelines.

Please contact TJ Kraft directly at tanner.kraft@cogs.us for a plant tour and further instruction on how to apply.

Or, apply online at:
http://www.ci.glenwood-springs.co.us/jobs.aspx
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