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Ad Title: Field Maintenance
Location: Henderson, CO
Post Date: 08/15/19
Contact: Cheryl Layton
City: Commerce City
State: CO
Zip: 80022
Phone (W): 7202060517
Email: clayton@sacwsd.org
Description:
The South Adams County Water and Sanitation District is dedicated to providing affordable, sustainable water resources including quality water, wastewater and related services to our customers in a manner that promotes public health, safety and quality of life. We are looking to add to our Maintenance department.

This field position performs a variety of duties including:
 Installs, repairs, replaces water, irrigation and wastewater system pipeline.
 Maintains and services water, irrigation and wastewater system pipeline.
 Operates and maintains equipment which may include backhoes, front end loaders, skidsters, tractors, and dump trucks.
 Organize and perform traffic and work zone safety.
 Operate and maintain fire hydrants, valves, air vacuum assemblies.
 May perform landscaping.
 May work in trenches.
 Participate in the on-call rotation schedule and respond to emergencies


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Ad Title: Civil Engineering Project Manager/Inspector
Location: Lake City for this fall
Post Date: 08/15/19
Contact: Joanne Fagan
Email: jfagan@ccs84.com
Description:
Enjoy the fall in Lake City. Selected individual will be responsible for observing construction of sewer infrastructure and ensuring work is completed in conformance with the contract documents, completing daily reports and tracking quantities. Will act as liaison between the Town, Engineer and Contractor. Must possess a valid drivers license and have experience with water and wastewater systems and their construction. Position is temporary, and project specific in Lake City, CO with work scheduled for the fall of 2019 and possibly the spring of 2020. Submit letters of interest including experience and salary history and/or questions to jfagan@ccs84.com.
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Ad Title: Sustainability and Water Conservation Specialist
Location: 645 Holbrook Street, Erie CO 80516
Post Date: 08/15/19
Contact: Brittni Wilts
City: Erie
State: CO
Zip: 80516
Phone (W): 3039262744
Email: bwilts@erieco.gov
Website: visit our website...
Description:
Why work for the Town of Erie?
The reasons people call Colorado home often include a passion for the outdoors, a diverse and dynamic community and the contemporary pace to life that appeals to all ages! As you'll soon discover, the Town of Erie offers the best of all of these and without a doubt is one of the top places to consider when making your next career move. With majestic mountain views and progressive civic vision, we provide a genuine small-town feel with modern amenities. Our residents enjoy a high quality of life. It is our employees who have been instrumental in creating what Erie is today and continue to shape what it will be in the future. The Town of Erie is an organization that has established an outstanding reputation for quality and excellent customer service. Each individual employee contribution is what makes that possible.
We invite you to join our team today!

What you will be doing
Responsible for the overall coordination for a variety of complex projects and sustainability and water conservation programs for the Town. Under broad guidance and direction, the Sustainability Specialist coordinates the development of sustainability planning, water conservation related projects and supports the Sustainability Advisory Board. Identifies causes of high water consumption and customizes solutions to water use through notification to customers, research of water use history, landscape measurements, water need calculations, scheduling of water efficiency checkups and appointments, and tracking and analyzing water usage to monitor effectiveness of various strategies.
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Ad Title: Utility Plant Operator (Water)
Location: 2350 W. 112th Avenue, Northglenn, CO 80234
Post Date: 08/13/19
Contact: Debbie Garcia
State: CO
Phone (W): 303-450-8806
Email: dgarcia@northglenn.org
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Description:
Must apply on-line at www.northglenn.org

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

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.


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Ad Title: Associate Engineer - Wastewater
Location: Denver, CO
Post Date: 08/12/19
Contact: Patricia Lopez
City: Denver
State: CO
Zip: 80229
Phone (W): 303-286-3233
Email: plopez@mwrd.dst.co.us
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Description:
General Statement/ Organizational Responsibilities
Performs entry-level engineering activities requiring some exercise of independent judgment in the planning, study, design, construction, modification and maintenance of wastewater transmission and treatment facilities. Works under the direction of a higher level Engineer.
Typical Duties
1. Performs specific portions of complex engineering assignments under the direction of a more experienced engineer.
2. Designs and directs construction of modifications and repairs to existing wastewater, solids and support facilities. Level of direction from supervising or higher level engineer varies depending on type and complexity of project.
3. Collects, analyzes, and makes recommendations concerning technical engineering data related to planning, study, design, construction, modification, maintenance and monitoring of wastewater transmission and treatment facilities.
4. Inspects construction projects; coordinates activities and information as directed. Inspects construction of projects of other agencies which may affect District facilities.
5. Prepares written memoranda, reports and specifications.
6. Assists in the review and completion of studies, designs, specifications and drawings prepared by staff and consultants and provides comments/recommendations to the project engineer.
7. Assists in incorporation of project drawings into facilities drawings. Reviews existing facilities drawings and makes necessary revisions. Reviews plans and specifications for new facilities as assigned.
8. Assists in the performance of various tasks related to capital planning such as performing capacity studies and writing facility plan reports. May work with numerical models, District Service Area Mapping and plant operational data. May review and update cost estimates and documentation in support of the Capital Expenditure Schedule and other financial tools such as the Fixed Asset Register.
9. Performs engineering calculations.
10. Performs other engineering tasks as assigned.
11. Performs other duties as assigned.
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Ad Title: Staff Engineer - Wastewater
Location: Denver, CO
Post Date: 08/12/19
Contact: Patricia Lopez
City: Denver
State: CO
Zip: 80229
Phone (W): 303-286-3233
Email: plopez@mwrd.dst.co.us
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Description:
General Statement/ Organizational Responsibilities
Performs and coordinates engineering activities in planning, study, design, construction, modification and maintenance of wastewater transmission and treatment facilities. Works under the general direction of a higher level Engineer or an Engineering Division Head. May function as a project team leader directing and supervising the work of other engineers and engineering technicians.
Typical Duties
1. Designs or assists in design of wastewater transmission, treatment, solids processing, and support facilities.
2. Administers and manages design and construction projects for wastewater transmission, treatment, solids processing and support facilities.
3. Manages updates to cost estimates and supporting documentation for the Capital Expenditure Schedule.
4. Assists in the review of studies, designs, and contract documents (plans and specifications) prepared by staff and consultants and provides recommendations to the project engineer or project team leader.
5. Prepares facility reports and similar studies of District wastewater transmission and treatment facilities. Maintains and updates planning information, financial and service area models, and plant capacity data.
6. Coordinates with other District departments as needed during the study, design, construction and post-construction phases of projects.
7. Develops scopes of work for engineering consultant services contracts, and evaluates proposals and bids. Manages study, design, bidding, construction and post-construction phase work done by consultants under engineering services contracts. Monitors and evaluates consultant performance.
8. Assists in the establishment of facility drawings for specific areas. Incorporates project drawings into facilities drawings.
9. Conducts detailed technical investigations into control and maintenance areas.
10. Performs other miscellaneous engineering-related tasks as necessary.
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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: Pretreatment Coordinator
Location: Canon City, CO
Post Date: 08/07/19
Contact: Kim Maxson
City: Canon City
State: CO
Zip: 81212
Phone (W): 719-269-9050
Email: hr@fsd.co
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Description:
JOB SUMMARY:

The employee works primarily under the supervision of the Plant Superintendent to interpret and enforce Part 40 CFR 403 Pretreatment Regulations, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Regulation 63 and the District’s Rules and Regulations. This position has no supervisory responsibilities.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The listed duties are essential job functions that the position has been created to perform. The list of duties is not exhaustive, and employee may be called upon to perform other duties and special assignments which may be outside of the primary areas of employment. Attendance and punctuality are essential functions of this position.
• Responsible for conducting and implementing requirements of the District’s pretreatment program in accordance with Federal, State, and local regulations to control wastewater discharges of industrial users of the District’s sewerage system. Implementation and effectiveness of the District’s program subject to review and enforcement by the EPA.
• Position requires the coordinator to understand the requirements of the Industrial pretreatment policies of the District, knowledge of EPA rules and the NPDES Discharge Permit issued to the District’s WWTP.
• Inspects and investigates industrial waste streams, pretreatment and treatment facilities.
• Investigates new and existing industrial and commercial firms to determine the nature of business, the wastewater generating processes, and the magnitude, type, and strength of wastes produced.
• Consults with EPA, the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment and other regulatory agencies.
• Schedule and conduct systematic, periodic and special sampling of industrial, commercial wastes, sludge, soil, and ground water; analyze the results of laboratory tests.
• Analyzes the adequacy of the wastewater pretreatment processes, determines compliance with legal requirements, discusses violations with customer’s management and seeks corrections.
• Reviews operating manuals and other technical materials to increase knowledge and proficiency.
• Notifies industrial users of program requirements and regulations by mailings and direct contact with company officials.
• Operate and maintain sampling/metering stations.
• Accurately input collected data into the District’s computer network. Use computer to perform job duties, write reports and transfer messages.
• Develop, evaluate, implement and enforce a FOG (Fats, Oils and Grease) program for FSEs (Food Service Establishments) connected to the District’s sanitary sewer.
• Calculate and prepare monthly billing statements for the District’s major commercial/industrial customers.
• Develop and maintain accurate history of inspections, enforcement and lab analyses of commercial/industrial users.
• Develop, continually re-evaluate and implement a Local Limits Plan to comply with Federal, State, County, City and District mandates.
• Communicate effectively with Federal and State Pretreatment Coordinators regarding the implementation and enforcement of the Industrial Pretreatment Program.
• Develop and continually re-evaluate a concept, strategy and execution plan for sampling and testing of the District’s collections system.
• Assist the District Manager in providing commercial loading data in preparation of annual budgets.
• Evaluate and implement a Dental Industrial User program to comply with Federal, State and District mandates.
• Prepare and maintain annual budget for division.
• Assist in District’s wastewater laboratory as needed.
• Works with the Districts Collections, Construction and Engineering staff as needed to correct and or prevent collection system failures.
• Perform all job functions with special attention to safety & District policies and procedures related to the job position.
• Other duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
The necessary knowledge, skills and abilities described herein are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the Primary functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions. Employees must adequately meet or exceed expectations relating to specific job performance standards as outlined by the District.

1. Knowledge of wastewater pretreatment practices and regulations preferred.
2. Working knowledge of the principles, practices, methods and equipment used in wastewater operation and maintenance preferred.
3. Proficient in the use of Microsoft Word and Excel
4. Experience with Linko Compliance tracking software, Flowlink and Sixnet software is preferred.
5. Good oral and written communication abilities.
6. Ability to interpret and communicate Federal, State and Local legislation and regulations to District staff and customers.
7. Apply approved methods of wastewater sampling, preservation and analysis requirements.
8. Cooperate with co-workers and develop and maintain effective working relationships.
9. Interact in a professional and courteous manner with industry officials, customers, co-workers, and those that conduct business with the District.
10. Considerable amount of physical activity is required for this position. This work must be able to routinely lift up to 50 pounds, such as when lifting sampling and safety equipment. Climb ladders and stairs with 25 lbs. of equipment. Able to walk long distances during inspections.
11. Ability to work independently without close supervision in carrying out pretreatment program duties and requirements.
12. Ability to understand and follow District safety procedures.
13. Ability to understand complex chemical interactions.

WORKPLACE CONDITIONS:
This position will require working both indoors and outdoors on a relatively equal basis. Outside tasks are required in all weather conditions and will be in close contact with wastewater. Strong odors are frequently present at worksites. Working in confined and close spaces is required.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the primary functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these functions. Typical requirements are:
• While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand; walk; use hands to finger handle, feel or operate objects, tools or controls; and reach with hands and arms. The employee is frequently required to sit; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; talk or hear; Employee is occasionally required to have the ability to use the sensory smell.
• The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds.
• Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.
• Must have the physical strength and dexterity to operate various power tools.
• The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
• Work is performed in potentially hazardous environments such as electrical, infectious and mechanical hazards. They may be required to enter and exit confined spaces and the ability to keep a valid certification on such duty.
• Employee may be required to report during non-scheduled hours.

TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED:

The employee must have the abilities and skills to safely, efficiently and productively operate the following items:

1. Vehicle
2. Hand-Held Power Tools
3. Computer Operated Equipment (influent/effluent samplers, flow meter, etc.)
4. Testing Equipment (pH meters, refrigerated units, etc.)
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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
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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 Reclamation Facility Class D Operator
Location: Rifle, CO
Post Date: 08/02/19
Contact: Danielle Hogan
City: Rifle
State: CO
Zip: 81650
Email: dhogan@rifleco.org
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Description:
- Performs a variety of unskilled and semi-skilled technical and maintenance work in the operation, maintenance, repair, and laboratory analysis of a 2.0 MGD wastewater treatment facility and lift stations.
- Monitoring, operating, servicing, and maintaining plant process equipment, systems, and processes to ensure proper operations.
- Inspecting pump valves, motors, filters, meters, and computerized controls; taking readings and filling out logs; generators; reviewing chemical levels;
adding chemicals; checking chemical feed pump settings and alarm point settings; repairing and/or replacing equipment; handling hazardous and toxic chemicals and materials; monitoring water volumes and quantities; monitoring operations to ensure compliance with applicable standards; and/or, performing other related duties, as directed.
- Responds to emergencies by returning calls within 10 minutes and being onsite within 60 minutes when on duty and when called in during non-scheduled hours for critical situations.
- Collects wastewater samples and assists in laboratory analyses.
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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: Asset Management Specialist
Location: Commerce City, Colorado
Post Date: 07/31/19
Contact: Cheryl Layton
City: Commerce City
State: CO
Zip: 80022
Phone (W): 7202060517
Email: clayton@sacwsd.org
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Description:
The South Adams County Water & Sanitation District (SACWSD), dedicated to providing affordable and sustainable water resources to its customers, is seeking an innovative individual to join the IT Department.

This position will administer and provide support to the Districts asset management systems (AMS) and strategy, including development, maintenance, implementation, deployment, updating, analysis and planning.

 Troubleshoots and resolves end user issues
 Partners with GIS department on data integration
 Defines asset knowledge standards
 Develops and updates fields for tracking maintenance, assets and facilities
 Trains and/or coordinates training for AMS users
 Documents standards for asset management software
 Partners with IT colleagues, consultants and vendors regarding AMS needs


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Ad Title: Controls Technician
Location: Avon, CO
Post Date: 07/29/19
Contact: Alison Kelkenberg
City: Vail
State: CO
Zip: 81657
Phone (W): 9704775418
Email: akelkenberg@erwsd.org
Website: visit our website...
Description:
The Operational Technology (OT) department at Eagle River Water and Sanitation District is responsible for advanced design, installation, testing, monitoring, maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of a variety of electrical and mechanical devices and systems associated with the production, treatment, storage, transmission and distribution of the District’s water and wastewater facilities. This enables ERWSD to do what it does best- provide efficient and reliable water and wastewater service to our customers.
We are looking for an organized, energetic and positive professional to join our team as a Controls Technician.
An ideal candidate for this role has a passion for controls and programming work, a willingness to learn and to collaborate with the rest of the OT team.
Why work for us? This is a great opportunity for someone who values daily variety, working with a wide range of technology and working with a high performing team. Not to mention our excellent benefits, housing program and opportunities for training, certification and development.
The Day to Day:
• Support: Provide installation, support, and troubleshooting of instrumentation and control loops.
• Project Management: Drive and support various projects with automation design.
• Controls: Work with plant leadership and partners to improve the ICS (Industrial Control System). Ensure compliance to technical guidelines and standards on all projects and work. Provide installation, support, and troubleshooting of instrumentation and control loops. Basic monitoring and maintenance of an industrial controls network infrastructure.
• Systems: Makes recommendations on upgrades of existing electrical, controls, and mechanical components/equipment as new technology dictates and identify strengths and weaknesses of current equipment. Order parts, supplies, and materials to maintain and repair all equipment within district facilities.
• PLC Technician: Design and implementation of PLC logic, HMI programming and alarming and workflow development.
• Radio Technician: Monitors and repairs for proper operation of radio and satellite telemetry systems.
• Collaborative communication: Respectfully communicates with peers and the public. Demonstrates a strong work ethic, integrity, positive attitude and is a team player. Demonstrate tact and professionalism in communication.
• Administrative responsibilities: Completes administrative functions correctly and on time including purchasing card reconciliation, ADP time entry, scheduling, and reading emails
• Shared Services and Compliance: Update documentation to reflect project updates and changes. Provide 24/7 rotational on call availability for support to all plant & field systems. Together with leadership team, ensures compliance with CDPHE (Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment), in addition to staff requirements. Maintain the GE Proficy database & Historian Administrator to ensure proper historical data collection.

Big Picture:
• Organizational Support: Maintain strong relationships with all departments as the first line of OT support for the entire organization. Collect the requests for new functionality and features or revisions to existing controls narratives from the various plants. Works collaboratively with all departments and district staff.
• Continuous Learning: Keep current with new technologies and industry standards. Attend training and conferences to support ongoing initiatives and bring value to the District.
• Values: Demonstrates a willingness to work independently in a team environment. Embraces the safety culture at the district and follows all safety protocols. Demonstrates a strong work ethic, integrity, positive attitude and is a team player. Embraces district mission, vision, and values


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Ad Title: Wastewater Manager
Location: Vail, CO
Post Date: 07/29/19
Contact: Alison Kelkenberg
City: Vail
State: CO
Zip: 81657
Phone (W): 9704775418
Email: akelkenberg@erwsd.org
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Description:
When you look at the landscape of our community, the towering mountains are the first this you might notice but when you look a little closer you’ll find that the river is truly its lifeblood. We are looking for an experienced and strategic leader to lead our team of wastewater and water quality laboratory professionals; further pushing our mission of protecting our vital rivers and watershed in our mountain community.
This role will collaborate with the leadership team to support the mission of the organization and work closely with the community. The ideal candidate is low drama, adaptable, and has a forward thinking mentality to address changing regulations and stay ahead of industry trends and best practices. This role will oversee the operations of three wastewater treatment facilities, the water quality laboratory, in-stream water quality monitoring, environmental assessment program, and will lead a talented department of 22 individuals. Another amazing and impactful component of this role is the public education component- this role brings complex environmental issues to the public to help them understand what is happening with their water. Over the next fifteen years, the district will be undergoing an estimated $105 million in capital improvement projects at our three wastewater treatment plants. We need a strong manager with design and construction management experience to help lead us in executing these critical capital improvements.
Why work for us? The work you will do as a Wastewater Manager will have an immediate positive environmental impact on not only our community but our downstream users as well. Not to mention our excellent benefits, housing program, opportunities to learn, attend conferences, and trainings.
The Day to Day:
DYNAMIC LEADERSHIP: The Wastewater 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 4 direct reports (Supervisor Positions), and a department of up to 22 people, including treatment facility and lab staff. Participates in the employee selection process, evaluates employee performance, provides regular feedback and participates in monthly performance alignment conversations. Develops on boarding programs and succession plans. Develops and maintains training program for staff to ensure employee development, growth, engagement etc.
DEPARTMENTAL COLLABORATION: The Wastewater 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 Wastewater Manager is the key player in establishing departmental goals and plans, and participates in strategic and master planning processes. Keeps apprised of new developments in wastewater treatment methods, materials, tools, technology, and equipment, and analyzes and makes recommendations to adopt when in the best interest of the District. Oversees, coordinates and builds consensus among the departments regarding master planning activities with the goal to reduce regulatory risk, meet future flows and loads and permit limits. Works with the finance department to plan for the financing of the proposed major upgrades and expenditures as a result of the plan. Coordinates with the Community Relations department regarding public outreach regarding master plan financial, visual, construction etc. impacts. Prepares an annual budget for consultant services, water quality matters, specialized sampling events, urban runoff group projects etc. Works with wastewater, 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 wastewater and laboratory departments, ensures that the best value is realized for the District for expenditures. Tracks and approves of all expenditures for the Department. Oversees the implementation of capital and life cycle upgrades to wastewater treatment facilities in coordination with the Engineering Department. Attends design and construction meetings when appropriate, reviews change orders and keeps apprised of design and construction changes, budgets, schedules, staffing etc.
REGULATORY COMPLIANCE: The Wastewater Manager ensures that all requirements of the three wastewater treatment facilities Colorado Department of the Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) Colorado Discharge Permit System (CDPS) Permits are being met, including effluent discharge limits, compliance schedule requirements, specialized sampling, reporting etc. Ensures that the District is producing Class A biosolids and that the annual EPA and CDPHE biosolids report is submitted and that all permit guidelines are being met. Ensures that water quality laboratory is in compliance with all applicable regulations including the Clean Water Act Section 308, Safe Drinking Water Act, Regulation 85 Monitoring etc. Responsible for communicating with CDPHE regarding compliance schedules, permits, potential upsets, violations, drafts or reviews 5-day reports and ensures proper notifications occur if necessary. Works with CDPHE and District Staff to manage and coordinate sanitary surveys. Oversees new discharge permit renewal applications; works with Consultants, Staff and CDPHE during the renewal process to ensure that all proposed permit limits are capable of being met. Responsible for negotiating compliance schedules and permit limits to meet District needs in regards to capital projects, funding, staffing etc. One of the main priorities for this position will be continuing to refine the District’s approach to meeting nutrient regulations (Regulations 85 and 31) in a way that considers the impacts to the rate payers, internal resources and the environment.
TREATMENT OPTIMIZATION: The Wastewater Manager regularly visits plants, reviews operations, and reviews periodic reports to determine progress of construction and maintenance projects, and status of other phases of operation. Directs activities of personnel who oversee maintenance, operation and repair of plant facilities. Facilitates or oversees in-house training opportunities for all department employees on a regular basis. Oversees contracts and consultant relationships related to Division projects and provides project management when necessary. Ensures that all activities in the department are executed safely. Competently oversees operations of the District’s complex odor control systems at wastewater treatment plants to minimize odor impacts to the community.
WATER QUALITY AND OUTREACH: The Wastewater Manager manages the District’s water quality and environmental assessment programs. Follows proposed regulatory changes, water quality forum work group efforts, rulemaking hearings etc. Works with consultants to interpret and understand the significance of proposed regulatory issues to the District and serves as the District’s representative in these hearings. Coordinates with local entities on these issues as appropriate. This includes overseeing sampling and analysis programs, potential regulatory changes and evaluating the impacts to the District, and working with local and state entities, volunteer groups on local water quality issues including urban runoff and stormwater improvements to influence the management of non-point source pollution that could impact the District. Represents the District in local urban runoff, water quality and stormwater improvement efforts. Shares data and information with local stakeholders as appropriate to encourage the continued efforts for reducing the impacts of urban runoff to the watershed proactively. Participates in the Black Gore Creek Steering committee, Urban Runoff Group, Eagle Mine committee, USGS Partnership committee meetings and other committees as assigned, to align their activities to further District goals.
THE BIG PICTURE: Eagle River Water and Sanitation District has a responsibility to our customers and to the environment. The Wastewater Manager oversees the team and strategies that protect our rivers and watershed.


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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
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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: Collection System Operator I
Location: Denver, CO
Post Date: 07/17/19
Contact: Patricia Lopez
City: Denver
State: CO
Zip: 80229
Phone (W): 3032863233
Email: plopez@mwrd.dst.co.us
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Description:
SALARY: $19.90 - $27.87 Hourly
OPENING DATE: 05/30/19
CLOSING DATE: Continuous
GENERAL STATEMENT/ ORGANIZATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
Performs skilled work in the operation, maintenance, and inspection of the interceptor sewer system and treatments facilities which ranges from 8in. to 97in. sewer mains over a 750 square mile service area. Works under the direction of a Transmission Supervisor. May be assigned work by a Collection System Operator II or Collection System Operator – Lead. May provide direction to Collection Technicians. Conducts work independently consistent with the designation as a CSO I or CSO II.



TYPICAL DUTIES:
Operates and transport heavy equipment such as a front-end loader, backhoe with removable attachments, skid steer, mobile cranes, dual axle dump trucks with trailer, and heavy duty/all-terrain forklift.
Inspects, maintains, and repairs small engine equipment such as demo saws, plate tamper, chain saws, weed eaters etc.
Prepares documentation such as inspection reports, line cleaning reports, flow monitoring field sheets, etc. to support various District programs through the proficient use of computers and portable devices.
Responds to interceptor emergencies to investigate complaints, remove obstructions to prevent or correct surcharge or SSO condition, control odors and prevent damage to District or private property.
Set up traffic control in accordance with the MUTCD.
Performs other related duties as required.


Sampling:

Install, Operate, and maintain precise stationary or portable flow metering equipment at assigned metering locations. Install, Operate and maintain precise portable and stationary wastewater sampling equipment (often requiring confined space entry). Uses computers to collect and input flow measurement and industrial pretreatment data into various databases.
Collects time/flow composite and grab samples for the industrial pretreatment program using the equipment and procedures mandated by the District's sampling programs and approved by the EPA. Delivers time sensitive samples to Laboratory Services Department for analysis.
Keeps an accurate record of sample possession through the use of chain-of-custody logs.
Line Cleaning/Inspection:
Operates and maintains equipment necessary to perform surface and subsurface inspection of interceptor sewers and pipelines such as multi-conductor CCTV equipment. Uses computers to collect and input data (needed to support the District rehabilitation programs) into various inspection databases.
Operate and Maintains lift and pump stations.
Operate high pressure jet/vac trucks in order to perform preventative and emergency maintenance and hydro excavate.

Construction:
Operates, maintains, and repairs interceptor sewers, District distribution lines, metering facilities (to include flume installation) and other hydraulic structures through the use of heavy equipment, power tools, and hand tools. Conduct minor rehabilitation projects on all offsite District facilities (sanitary sewers, manholes, metering facilities, diversion structures, lift/pump stations etc.).
Uses drawings to accurately, safely, and efficiently identify and locate the Districts underground utilities including the use of electronic locating equipment and maintains accuracy throughout all reporting actions.
Inspects the construction of new Transmission facilities or modifications to existing facilities.
Conducts snow removal using truck mounted plows and sanding equipment.
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Ad Title: Collections System Technician
Contact: Patricia Lopez
City: Denver
State: CO
Zip: 80229
Phone (W): 3032863233
Email: plopez@mwrd.dst.co.us
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Description:

SALARY: $18.09 - $25.34 Hourly
OPENING DATE: 07/11/19
CLOSING DATE: Continuous
GENERAL STATEMENT/ ORGANIZATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
Performs a variety of semi-skilled duties related to the operation and maintenance of the District's interceptor system and wastewater treatment facilities which range from 8in. to 97in. sewer mains over a 750 square mile service area. Works under the direction of a Transmission Supervisor or higher classified employee.

TYPICAL DUTIES:
Operates powered equipment, hand and power tools used in the operation and maintenance of the District's Central Treatment Plant, Northern Treatment Plant, and Interceptor System.
Assists in the high pressure jet/vac cleaning and CCTV inspection of the interceptor system.
Collects wastewater samples for the District's annual charge program. Operates and maintains automatic sampling equipment. Assists in the flow metering and sampling of wastewater for the Districts Industrial Pretreatment and Regulatory programs.
Operates dual axle dump truck, mobile crane truck, heavy duty/all-terrain forklift, front end loader, skid steer, and light duty tractor with attachments.
Operates the high pressure jet/vac truck, backhoe, and perform line locates in the absence of a CSO.
Servicing various types of equipment that includes checking and maintain proper fluid level and lubricating the moving parts and wearing surfaces.
Performs light duty industrial painting using brushes and rollers.
Performs and provides support to various safety activities such as vehicle traffic control and confined space entry. Cleans interceptor facilities and equipment such as structures, automotive vehicles and samplers. Performs grounds work such as watering, adjusting and repairing sprinklers, mowing grounds and spraying. Operates gates and valves associated with performing their maintenance duties.
Cleans District facilities such as metering vaults and diversion structures through the use of a trailer mounted pressure washer and mild detergents.
Assist the CSO in the installation of traffic control devices.
Performs other related duties as required.
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Ad Title: Electrician - Instrumentation Technician
Location: Denver, CO
Post Date: 07/17/19
Contact: Patricia Lopez
City: Denver
State: CO
Zip: 80229
Phone (W): 3032863233
Email: plopez@mwrd.dst.co.us
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Description:
SALARY: $28.55 - $41.40 Hourly
OPENING DATE: 05/30/19
CLOSING DATE: Continuous
GENERAL STATEMENT/ ORGANIZATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
4-Day Work Week Available in beautiful, thriving Denver, CO with weekends off!
All PPE, Tools, and FR Clothing, with daily laundry service, provided.

Performs skilled work in the maintenance, repair, and the installation of electrical, electronic, and pneumatic equipment and instruments; computer systems and related controls. Provides functional leadership when necessary. Works under the direction of a supervisor.

TYPICAL DUTIES:
Calibrates, programs, installs, troubleshoots and repairs electrical, electronic and pneumatic systems such as power distribution equipment, motors, motor controls, power supplies, sensors, alarms, telemetering equipment, HVAC systems, automatic sampling equipment, metering devices, computer hardware, and computer periphery equipment.
Works with logic programs and creates PLC projects from start to finish. Including testing, installation, wiring, conduit, enclosures and panel building. Troubleshoots PLC issues to determine causes of errors and resolve issues.
Builds and installs control devices such as actuators, variable frequency drives, distributed control systems.
Troubleshoots, repairs, installs, designs low voltage (<1000 volts) to medium (1000 to 100,000 volts) voltage control and distribution equipment.
Installs, maintains, and troubleshoots different communication networks including, but not limited to Ethernet, control net, device net, profibus, Modbus, and hart.
Designs, configures, calibrates, repairs, and monitors telemetry devices including antennas, lighting protection, and radio devices. Performs predictive maintenance and repairs devices on site.
Engineers electrical systems, including but not limited to switch gear, panel boards, transformers, feeder and branch circuits.
Designs layout work on panels; sets up complex control systems; interprets and alters drawings, wiring diagrams, and blueprints. Works from complex engineering drawings to complete projects and assigned work. Performs related computer duties such as minor programming, logic or control changes, and system updates.
Assists with on the job training of Electrical Journeyman Trainees for specialized areas.
Performs other related duties as required.
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Ad Title: Electrician-Instrumentation Technician Associate
Location: Denver, CO
Post Date: 07/17/19
Contact: Patricia Lopez
City: Denver
State: CO
Zip: 80229
Phone (W): 3032863233
Email: plopez@mwrd.dst.co.us
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Description:
SALARY: $24.08 - $33.72 Hourly
OPENING DATE: 06/06/19
GENERAL STATEMENT/ ORGANIZATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
4-Day Work Week Available in beautiful, thriving Denver, CO with weekends off!
All PPE, Tools, and FR Clothing, with daily laundry service, provided.

Assists Journeyman in performing skilled work in the maintenance, repair, and installation of electrical, instrumentation, pneumatic, and Distributed Control Systems (DCS), Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) and fieldbus networks. Assists in the troubleshooting of technical and/or potentially hazardous processes and equipment. Works under the direction of a supervisor.
TYPICAL DUTIES:
Performs basic installation, modification and maintenance or repairs of electrical, electronic, and pneumatic systems such as power distribution equipment, motors, motor controls, power supplies, sensors, alarms, HVAC systems, automatic sampling equipment, metering devices, electronic hardware, and periphery equipment.
Enrolling and completing assigned college curriculum with a passing grade. Completing training requirements as defined from the Training Advisory Committee (TAC).
Assist with logic programs and create programmable logic controller (PLC) projects from start to finish. Including testing, installation, wiring, conduit, enclosures, and control panel building. Assist in the troubleshooting of PLC issues to determine causes of errors and resolve problems. Performs related computer duties such as minor programming, logic or control changes, and system updates.
Assist in the installation of control devices such as actuators, variable frequency drives (VFD), distributed control systems (DCS).
Assist in the installation, modification, and maintenance repairs and calibrates electronic instruments including pressure, flow, level, temperature, vibration, air monitoring and analytical equipment monitoring CL2, NH3, TSS, PH, and DO.
Assist in the troubleshooting, repair, installation, and design of low voltage (<1000 volts) to medium (1000 to 100,000 volts) voltage control and distribution equipment. Including but not limited to switchgear, load centers, MCCs, panelboards and transformers.
Assist in the installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting different communication networks including, but not limited to Ethernet/IP, Ethernet TCP/IP, ControlNet, DeviceNet, Profibus, Modbus, and HART.
Assist in the, configuration, calibration, repair, and monitor telemetry equipment including antennas, lighting protection, and radio devices. Performs preventative maintenance and repair devices both on site and at remote sites.
Works from complex engineering drawings to complete projects and assigned work.
Performs other related duties as required.
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Ad Title: GIS Specialist/Administrator
Location: Denver, CO
Post Date: 07/17/19
Contact: Patricia Lopez
City: Denver
State: CO
Zip: 80229
Phone (W): 3032863233
Email: plopez@mwrd.dst.co.us
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Description:
SALARY: $68,265.60 - $98,987.20 Annually
OPENING DATE: 04/17/19
GENERAL STATEMENT/ ORGANIZATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under limited direction, oversees all aspects of a company-wide Geographic Information System (GIS). Position is responsible for GIS data management and quality control, GIS application maintenance and development, GIS database administration, and performing administrative, professional, and technical work. Works in the Quality Control Division of the Engineering Department under the general direction of the BIM/CAD Administrator, but will coordinate many efforts with the Information Technology Division within the Administrative Services Department.

TYPICAL DUTIES:
Summarizes goals and objectives into a GIS strategic plan focused on achieving organizational goals.
Establishes and documents standards, policies and procedures necessary to ensure a consistent approach to development of a GIS infrastructure and related applications.
Manages enterprise GIS database in Oracle and SQL database environments. Performs ArcGIS Server maintenance, authors and publishes web services, manages ArcGIS Online environment.
Builds and configures GIS applications for the District's ESRI-based GIS. Utilizes web and desktop application development tools and skills to develop, and deploy GIS applications.
Troubleshoots issues related to data, and applications with minimal guidance. Supports existing web and desktop GIS applications throughout the organization.
Plans and coordinates work requirements with the BIM/CAD Administrator and other staff responsible for acquiring, projecting, and processing of spatial and tabular data to support GIS systems.
Performs complex technical tasks including system configuration, application development, geo-database maintenance, data analysis, ; coordinates with IT regarding all GIS related computer hardware and software and GIS databases.
Establishes schedules and methods for providing updates to digital data; identifies resource needs; reviews needs with the BIM/CAD Administrator as appropriate.
Provides training on GIS systems and capabilities for District users.
Participates in the preparation and administration of GIS related budget items.
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Ad Title: Plant Mechanic - Waste Water Treatment Plant (Salary range: $45,000 - $58,000/Annual D.O.Q.)
Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado
Post Date: 07/09/19
Contact: Connie Hughes
City: Colorado Springs
State: CO
Zip: 80915
Phone (W): 719-597-5080
Email: chughes@cherokeemetro.org
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Description:
Job Description

The Plant Mechanic will report to the Wastewater ORC/Supervisor. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to maintenance of plant grounds, maintaining and repairing plant equipment or other equipment related to collection and/or wastewater services. Prioritize assignments, handle multiple tasks, work independently, direct and assist staff or other personnel assigned to tasks that may involve additional assistance. Demonstrate interpersonal skills including a positive attitude, being a team member, and ability to solve mechanical problems with a variety of equipment. Order parts and track inventory for equipment.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Daily Responsibilities (to include but not limited to the following):
• Installing, maintaining, repairing and operating plant and/or Rapid Infiltration Basin (RIB) equipment and ensuring proper working of Rapid Infiltration Basin bottoms allowing for maximum percolation, e.g. tractor implements, skimming, sub-soiler, and raking.
• Prioritize equipment repair and maintenance work.
• Troubleshoot and detect mechanical problems and failures.
• Keep a complete set of records for equipment, inventories, and reports.
• Spot check equipment for performance and make repairs as necessary.
• Assist in cross-training personnel.
• Perform electrical, plumbing, heating, ventilating, air conditioning, and structural maintenance repairs to buildings and facilities.
• Operating plant and/or RIB equipment.

General Responsibilities:
• Maintenance and repair of mechanical equipment.
• Upkeep of mechanical shop and tools.
• Skills in a wide variety of tools and mechanical repair.
• Installing and maintaining pumps, rotary blowers, plant equipment and machinery.
• Diagnose mechanical troubles and determine appropriate maintenance and repair work.
• Read blueprints.
• Operate construction equipment.
• Interpret data from analytical equipment.
• Ability to communicate and use interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with coworkers, supervisor, and the general public in order to convey information and receive work direction.

Other Duties & Responsibilities

• Performs other related duties as assigned.
• Ensures safe working practices of self and others.
• May be necessary to work overtime, holidays, and weekends.


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Ad Title: Water/Wastewater Operations Manager (Salary Range: $82,000 - $102,000/Annual D.O.Q.)
Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado
Post Date: 07/09/19
Contact: Connie Hughes
City: Colorado Springs
State: CO
Zip: 80915
Phone (W): 719-597-5080
Email: chughes@cherokeemetro.org
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Description:
Job Description:

Manages, plans, and directs preventative and corrective maintenance and operations for the District’s potable water distribution and wastewater collection systems; and performs related duties as assigned.

Essential Functions
• Plans, directs, and manages the day to day operations involving the construction, installation, maintenance and repair of the potable and reclaimed water distribution and wastewater collection systems, including hydrant and air vacuum/air release maintenance, valve operations, leak detection, line location, CCTV and sewer cleaning, and ensuring needed resources are available.
• Spends time in the field with supervisors and operations staff during regular and emergency related duties and is familiar with the teams’ scheduling, routes, job duties and maintenance plans.
• Communicates regularly with field supervisors and District management.
• Participates in the evaluation of water and wastewater service agreement requests and maintains a current database of available water resources.
• Works closely with and reports directly to the General Manager.
• Works closely with District engineer to perform development reviews and draft responses.
• Participates in the capital improvement program for the division. Develops business case analyses for large capital improvements; develops operating strategies to optimize efficiency and develops short- and long-term plans for recommendation to management.
• Coordinates with other agencies regarding regional standards and stays abreast of industry trends and best practices for the operation and maintenance of water distribution and wastewater collection systems.
• Participates in the design and maintenance of water distribution and wastewater collection systems and reviews contract proposals and construction plans, coordinating contract work.
• Develops, prepares, and analyzes the division’s budget, evaluating and monitoring operating costs. Within policy limits, authorizes the purchase of necessary equipment, materials, and supplies.
• Along with the Safety Coordinator, investigates accidents, malfunctions and/or failures within the distribution and/or collection systems, and responds onsite to emergencies.
• Manages staffing requirements for the division; prepares performance evaluations for direct reports; ensures compliance with regulations and personnel policies.
• Submits federally mandated reports in support of permits mandated by the Clean Water Act and Safe Drinking Water Act and coordinates regularly with Pre-Treatment and Environmental Compliance staff.
• Collections System, Operator in Responsible Charge (ORC) meeting Federal, State and Local compliance requirements.
• Possible Water Treatment, Operator in Responsible Charge (ORC) meeting Federal, State and Local compliance.

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Ad Title: SCADA Controller (Salary range: $54,288 - $69,514/Annual D.O.Q.)
Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado
Post Date: 07/09/19
Contact: Connie Hughes
City: Colorado Springs
State: CO
Zip: 80915
Phone (W): 719-597-5080
Email: chughes@cherokeemetro.org
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Description:
Job Description:

The Cherokee Metropolitan District, a Title 32 Special District, has an opening for the position of SCADA Specialist. The incumbent will work under the direction of the District Operations Manager. This position, when filled, will require the incumbent individual to report to the District Operations Manager and work as an important part of the District’s Operations Team. Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following; calibration of various control & monitoring instrumentation, loop checking instrument & control loops associated with various water and wastewater processes, troubleshooting multiple systems including hydraulic, mechanical, computer, software, electrical, motor, and electronic control systems, start-up of new/upgraded systems, and/or devices, maintenance and/or repair of computer, electrical, or electronic equipment/systems, project organization and ability to complete projects with time and/or budget limitations, administration of computer systems, SCADA software, and databases associated with each, training and communicating with operations staff. The SCADA Specialist position is a full-time, salaried position, and is considered exempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

• Ability to interpret and read drawings, schematics, P&ID diagrams.
• Ability to safely use various electronic test equipment.
• Understanding of electrical systems up to 750VAC and ability to work under the recommended safe work practices of NFPA 70E and 29 CFR 1910 Subpart S.
• Strong aptitude for mathematics.
• Use of basic hand and power tools.
• Basic understanding of water and wastewater system processes, motor control, and ladder logic programming.
• Familiarity with Windows Server Administration, Microsoft Excel, VMware products, GE Proficy iFIX and Historian products, and Motorola Telemetry hardware & software.
• Ability to communicate clearly with other disciplines.

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Ad Title: Water Plant Superintendent ORC
Location: Berthoud
Post Date: 07/03/19
City: Berthoud
State: CO
Zip: 80513
Phone (W): 9705322643
Email: employment@berthoud.org
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Description:
Salary/Pay Rate:$29.58 - $37.87
POSITION: Class A Water Plant (Full-time) plus benefits
DEPARTMENT: Public Works Dept. within the Water Divisions.

SUMMARY: Under the direction of the Public Works Director, supervises the operation and maintenance of the Town’s water treatment facilities to purify and clarify water for human consumption in a manner that exceeds State required minimums. Serves as Operator in Responsible Charge (ORC) of the Town’s Water Treatment Plant.
The Superintendent will be responsible for the maintenance, administrative record keeping, care, scheduling and supervision of operators for the Town’s Water plant along with the distribution and at times some of the collection system.
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Ad Title: Field Operator
Location: Highlands Ranch, Colorado
Post Date: 07/02/19
Contact: Human Resources
City: Highlands Ranch
State: CO
Zip: 80129
Email: humanresources@highlandsranch.org
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Description:
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.

Duties include performing a variety of tasks, skilled and semi-skilled necessary to ensure the efficient and effective operation and maintenance of all field facilities, including water/wastewater pump stations, well pumping – ASR injection, groundwater treatment plants, and both raw and potable water storage reservoirs.

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Ad Title: South Platte Water Renewal Partners - Engineering Intern
Location: South Platte Water Renewal Partners - 2900 South P
Post Date: 07/01/19
Contact: Jamie Marie Langer
City: Englewood
State: CO
Zip: 80110-1460
Phone (W): 3035508421
Email: jlanger@englewoodco.gov
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Description:
This seasonal intern position plans, reviews, and performs professional engineering work to support the South Platte Water Renewal Partners (SPWRP) Engineering Division and Environmental Programs. Performs entry-level professional engineering work related to the planning and operation of wastewater transmission and treatment facilities. Performs data analysis and regulatory review work related to environmental permits and water quality standards.
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Ad Title: Plant Maintenance Technician I
Location: Highlands Ranch, CO
Post Date: 06/28/19
Contact: Human Resources
City: Highlands Ranch
State: CO
Zip: 80129
Phone (W): 3037910430
Email: humanresources@highlandsranch.org
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Description:
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 I 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.



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Ad Title: WWTP Chief Plant Operator
Location: Brighton CO 80601
Post Date: 06/25/19
City: Brighton
State: CO
Zip: 80601
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Description:
OPEN UNTIL FILLED

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: Forsgren Associates Managing Engineer - Colorado Springs Office
Location: Colorado Springs, CO
Post Date: 06/19/19
Contact: Will Koger
City: Colorado Springs
State: CO
Zip: 80920
Email: Succeed@Forsgren.com
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Description:
Title: Managing Engineer
Forsgren Job ID: DEN-PE15-061919
Location(s): Colorado Springs, CO
Employment Type: Full-time / Exempt
Position Overview: Building on our 57-year legacy and established presence throughout the western US, Forsgren Associates is experiencing steady growth. We are seeking a talented and motivated individual with an entrepreneurial spirit to lead and continue to grow our Colorado Springs office. This opportunity is perfect for a career-minded person who has an enthusiastic and energetic attitude toward solving engineering problems; seeks meaningful ownership in reward for their success; and takes pride in their ability to provide exemplary service to clients.

The ideal candidate will lead a team of professionals who plan, design project concepts, and permit for a variety of initiatives for municipalities, special districts, utilities, and private companies primarily in Colorado and extending throughout the United States.

Duties and Responsibilities Include:
• Take the lead for refinement and implementation of the firm’s strategy, business growth plan, and day-to-day operations of our Colorado Springs office to achieve overall corporate objectives and ensure profitability
• Support our regional business development program including identifying and proactively pursuing new business opportunities through networking, proposal preparation, and client presentations
• Strengthen existing client relationships with technical and business solutions that integrate innovative approaches, value, and risk management
• Lead a team of engineers and designers through the entire lifecycle of a project including development of design documents, engineering plans, specifications, and permitting
• Coach less experienced staff in understanding client needs, technical aspects of project delivery, technical writing and other forms of project-related communication
• Other duties as assigned


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Ad Title: Water Distribution Team Member
Location: Brighton, Colorado
Post Date: 06/18/19
Contact: Michael Ryan
City: Brighton
State: CO
Zip: 80602
Phone (W): 3036370344
Email: mryan@toddcreekvillage.org
Description:
Water Distribution Team Member
Perform a variety of semi-skilled to skilled duties in the installation, operation and maintenance of waterworks distribution system to ensure adequate water supply for human consumption and irrigation.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Participate in the daily tasks in field operations as a crew member.
• Perform routine maintenance and repair work including a variety of general clean-up work.
• Repair and/or install water meters and service distribution lines, valves, pumps and fire hydrants.
• May be required to operate machinery including backhoe, pipeline locators, valve turner, and pumps.
• Clean and maintain pumping station equipment.
• Provide customer service while responding to on-site requests from public. Post general notices and non-payment notices on properties within the District; turn water services off and on as required.
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, supervisor(s) and the public.
• Perform infrastructure locates.
• Inspect new residential and commercial construction.
• Proficient in Microsoft office software and basic computer skills as required.
• Other duties may be assigned.
Education and Experience
• High school diploma or general education degree (GED) required.
• Willing to obtain Colorado Water Distribution Operator certifications.
• Valid Colorado Driver’s license required.
• Experience with water line repair and water distribution systems desirable.
• Experience locating infrastructure using UNCC 811 locate system desirable.
• Associate degree in water quality science or related field highly desirable.

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Ad Title: Seasonal Customer Service Assistant
Location: Vail, CO
Post Date: 06/18/19
Contact: Alison Kelkenberg
City: Vail, Avon, Edwards
State: CO
Zip: 81657
Phone (W): 9704775418
Email: akelkenberg@erwsd.org
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Description:
The Eagle River Water and Sanitation District provides high quality, affordable drinking water to its customers to protect public health and the natural surroundings. The Customer Service Department at Eagle River Water Sanitation District is responsible for delivering quality service in the areas of utility billing and customer support.
We are looking for someone who wants to work for the rest of the summer and through the fall months as a Seasonal Customer Service Assistant. This is an exciting opportunity for a personable, organized and solution oriented professional who has a commitment to customer service and wants to gain some exposure to our industry. This position will help with administrative tasks to support the goals of the Customer Service Department including the Backflow Prevention and Cross Connection Control Program (BPCCC).
The ideal candidate for this role must have strong customer service skills and be able to thrive in a fast paced environment with a highly productive team of fun and friendly people. Other benefits include paid Holidays, housing stipend, and opportunities for training. And the best part: you get to use your organization and customer service skills to provide a vital service to our community.
What You Will Do:
• Schedule work for meter and backflow techs
• Track maintenance and labor
• Create and distribute letter batches and customer follow up
• Data entry into CIS of backflow device tests and other entries
• Phone support
• Fill in to help the Customer Service Department on administrative tasks and special projects as needed
• Performs other duties as assigned
• Required to follow all District safety and security policies and wear Personal Protective Equipment as required by the job duties

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Ad Title: Electrician - Instrumentation Technician Associate
Location: Denver, CO
Post Date: 06/18/19
Contact: Patricia Lopez
City: Denver
State: CO
Zip: 80229
Phone (W): 3032863233
Email: plopez@mwrd.dst.co.us
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Description:
SALARY: $24.08 - $33.72 Hourly

GENERAL STATEMENT/ ORGANIZATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
4-Day Work Week Available in beautiful, thriving Denver, CO with weekends off!
All PPE, Tools, and FR Clothing, with daily laundry service, provided.

Assists Journeyman in performing skilled work in the maintenance, repair, and installation of electrical, instrumentation, pneumatic, and Distributed Control Systems (DCS), Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) and fieldbus networks. Assists in the troubleshooting of technical and/or potentially hazardous processes and equipment. Works under the direction of a supervisor.
TYPICAL DUTIES:
Performs basic installation, modification and maintenance or repairs of electrical, electronic, and pneumatic systems such as power distribution equipment, motors, motor controls, power supplies, sensors, alarms, HVAC systems, automatic sampling equipment, metering devices, electronic hardware, and periphery equipment.
Enrolling and completing assigned college curriculum with a passing grade. Completing training requirements as defined from the Training Advisory Committee (TAC).
Assist with logic programs and create programmable logic controller (PLC) projects from start to finish. Including testing, installation, wiring, conduit, enclosures, and control panel building. Assist in the troubleshooting of PLC issues to determine causes of errors and resolve problems. Performs related computer duties such as minor programming, logic or control changes, and system updates.
Assist in the installation of control devices such as actuators, variable frequency drives (VFD), distributed control systems (DCS).
Assist in the installation, modification, and maintenance repairs and calibrates electronic instruments including pressure, flow, level, temperature, vibration, air monitoring and analytical equipment monitoring CL2, NH3, TSS, PH, and DO.
Assist in the troubleshooting, repair, installation, and design of low voltage (<1000 volts) to medium (1000 to 100,000 volts) voltage control and distribution equipment. Including but not limited to switchgear, load centers, MCCs, panelboards and transformers.
Assist in the installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting different communication networks including, but not limited to Ethernet/IP, Ethernet TCP/IP, ControlNet, DeviceNet, Profibus, Modbus, and HART.
Assist in the, configuration, calibration, repair, and monitor telemetry equipment including antennas, lighting protection, and radio devices. Performs preventative maintenance and repair devices both on site and at remote sites.
Works from complex engineering drawings to complete projects and assigned work.
Performs other related duties as required.
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Ad Title: Water Distribution Team Lead
Location: Brighton, Colorado
Post Date: 06/17/19
Contact: Michael Ryan
City: Brighton
State: CO
Zip: 80602
Phone (W): 303-637-0344
Email: mryan@toddcreekvillage.org
Description:
Perform a variety of skilled duties in the installation, operation and maintenance of waterworks distribution system to ensure adequate water supply for human consumption and irrigation. May be asked to function as the Distribution ORC for the District depending on experience and certifications.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• Participate in the daily tasks in field operations as a lead, supervisor or crew member.
• Assist in monitoring field operation budgets.
• Perform routine maintenance and repair work including a variety of general clean-up work.
• Repair and/or install water meters and service distribution lines, valves, pumps and fire hydrants.
• May be required to operate machinery including backhoe, pipeline locators, valve turner, and pumps.
• Clean and maintain pumping station equipment.
• Provide customer service while responding to on-site requests from public. Post general notices and non-payment notices on properties within the District; turn water services off and on as required.
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, supervisor(s) and the public.
• Perform infrastructure locates.
• Inspect new residential and commercial construction.
• Proficient in Microsoft office software and basic computer skills as required.
• Other duties may be assigned.

Hiring range for this full-time, hourly, non-exempt position is $22-27/hour depending on qualifications. A full benefits package includes medical, dental and vision, paid vacation and sick time.

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Ad Title: Manager - Finance & Administration
Location: Mt. Crested Butte
Post Date: 06/10/19
Contact: Mike Fabbre
City: Mt. Crested Butte
State: CO
Zip: 81225
Phone (W): 970-349-7575
Email: mfabbre@mcbwsd.com
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Description:
Mt. Crested Butte Water & Sanitation District
Job Position Description
Manager – Finance & Administration


MANAGER – FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION DATE: June 2019

Principal Accountability:

Reporting to the District Manager, the position manages all financial services including investments, financial accounting reporting, balance sheets, budgets, payroll, purchasing, accounts payable & receivables, tap fees, computer system, human resources, as well as all administrative and office functions for the District.

Nature and Scope

The job is performed in a growing resort area that experiences cyclical periods of higher and lower demands on the Water and Sanitation District. There are also several developed areas for which the District provides services. Additionally, a satellite water treatment plant is located in Meridian Lake Park, to assist in meeting the area’s requirements.

This position requires a strong background in computer software, network systems, accounting, office operations, and the ability to supervise. Although there is a cyclical pattern for water production and wastewater treatment, this position is constant in its work cycles. Reporting to the District Manager, this position exercises a high degree of autonomy in the performance of job duties. Keeping the District Manager informed of problems, being available for special projects and communicating on all matters involving the Board of Directors is expected, however, this position has authority to make financial decisions concerning the office operations. Excellent communication skills and negotiation skills are required as the position negotiates insurance policies and bids for business services. When these services are secured, this position is the liaison with associated personnel. A working knowledge of the District Safety Rules and Regulations, as well as active participation in the District Safety Program, is necessary. Support of the District Strategic Plan and its Mission Statement is essential.
Essential Functions

Financial Services
• Compiles, prepares, and manages District budgets and ensure operations within budgetary guidelines.
• Compiles financial data, creates and presents reports to the Board of Directors.
• Recommends improvements to financial control systems and office functions.
• Responsible for management and payment of Bond loan programs.
• Directs the investment of the District’s surplus funds and presents selection recommendations to the Board for their approval. Manages the District’s investment portfolios.
• Prepares financial instruments such as costs, payments, etc., for capital projects.
• Performs month-end accounting procedures and closure to balance computerized system to the general ledger, reconciles multiple separate bank accounts, CD’s and money market accounts.
• Responsible for semi-monthly payroll, 401 retirement accounts, and loans, and accompanying reports.
• Oversees all bank deposits, customer accounts, tracks foreclosures/delinquent accounts to apply liens
• Oversees all accounts payables, receivables, and tracks expense accounts against budgets.
• Prepares corporate 941 taxes, Colorado state taxes, unemployment taxes, and year-end W-2’s.
• Prepares the Trial Balance and works closely with the auditor on the annual audit.
• Maintains and administers the automatic payment systems for customer accounts.
• Maintains all meter readings in the system and generates monthly and quarterly billings. Also able to “trouble shoot” the more difficult inquiries from customers which requires using the Caselle Accounting Government System.
• Oversees all Tap Fee records and the Tap Fee permitting process.

Administrative Functions
• Supervises all office operations including two Administrative Assistants.
• Maintains the computer network and all peripherals.
• Adheres to the Performance Review Program by conducting applicable performance reviews, documentation of performance and assuring training and development is completed.
• Maintains the Caselle Govt Accounting Computer System including software program updates.
• Creates Board Meeting Agendas and disperses to members, prepares Board Meeting minutes.
• Serves as the election official every two years for election of Board of Directors.
• Requests, analyzes, and makes recommendations on proposals for services i.e. business services, auditors.
• Administers insurance for health, dental, vision, and long-term disability for the District.
• Negotiates insurance contracts with providers and administrators. This includes fringe benefits, facility insurance, commercial and automobile insurance.
• Assists with Public Relations within the community including customer communications, by producing quarterly newsletters, and acting as webmaster for the District website, www.mcbwsd.com.
• Anticipates office operation needs and purchases all office and computer supplies.
• Establishes Records Retention Policy of when, where, and how long files must be maintained including those dictated per federal law.
• Performs additional duties as requested to assist the District in achieving its overall goals.
• Provides assistance and support to the District Manager.

Experience, Knowledge, and Skills

• Minimum of 8 years of progressive Finance and Accounting experience of which 3 years in a supervisory capacity is preferred. Degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration or equivalent is preferred.
• Comprehensive knowledge of general accepted accounting principles, auditing standards, internal controls and management information systems required. Experience with the Caselle Accounting Government System or a double-entry accounting system is beneficial.
• Specific experience in accounting to include: accounts payable, accounts receivable, month-end accounting procedures, balancing the accounting system to the general ledger, budget preparation, investment reporting and producing timely payroll services.
• Must possess the ability to effectively utilize a personal computer, peripherals and related word processing and spreadsheet programs.
• Excellent verbal and written communication and problem-solving skills required.
• Interaction with company Board of Directors beneficial.
• Proven ability to organize and manage competing priorities.
• Administration of a Benefit Program helpful.
• Possess a valid Colorado State Driver’s License.

Salary and Benefits

• Excellent benefit package includes medical, dental, vision, holidays, vacation, sick days, life insurance, retirement plan, employee home ownership program, ski pass, ski locker.
• Starting salary $50,000 to $85,000 DOQ


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Ad Title: Water Plant Treatment Operator
Location: Louisville, CO
Post Date: 06/05/19
Contact: Kirstie Ambrose-Harley
City: Louisville
State: CO
Zip: 80027
Email: kambrose@louisvilleco.gov
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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..

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: Wastewater Operator
Location: Gunnison Colorado
Post Date: 06/05/19
Contact: Tammy Shelafo
City: Gunnison
State: CO
Zip: 81230-3536
Phone (W): 9706418248
Email: tshelafo@gunnisonco.gov
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Description:
Performs technical tasks related to the operation, maintenance, repair, and security of the
wastewater treatment plant including equipment, vehicles, grounds, and the laboratory. Reports
to the Wastewater Superintendent.

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Ad Title: Water Operator
Location: Gunnison Colorado
Post Date: 05/31/19
Contact: Tammy Shelafo
City: Gunnison
State: CO
Zip: 81230-3536
Phone (W): 9706418248
Email: tshelafo@gunnisonco.gov
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Description:
Responsible for the operation of the water supply, distribution, and storage systems. Performs
maintenance, repairs and construction of water distribution, sewer collection, irrigation and storm
drain systems. Preforms installations, repairs, and testing on all water meters. Understands
functions and applications of materials used in water and sewer installations and repairs.
Responsible for water sampling and analysis, conducting inspections and record keeping.
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Ad Title: Electrician - Instrumentation Technician
Location: Denver, CO
Post Date: 05/29/19
Contact: Patricia Lopez
City: Denver
State: CO
Zip: 80229
Phone (W): 3032863233
Email: plopez@mwrd.dst.co.us
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Description:
SALARY: $28.55 - $41.40 Hourly
OPENING DATE: 05/02/19
CLOSING DATE: Continuous
GENERAL STATEMENT/ ORGANIZATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
4-Day Work Week Available in beautiful, thriving Denver, CO with weekends off!
All PPE, Tools, and FR Clothing, with daily laundry service, provided.

Performs skilled work in the maintenance, repair, and the installation of electrical, electronic, and pneumatic equipment and instruments; computer systems and related controls. Provides functional leadership when necessary. Works under the direction of a supervisor.
TYPICAL DUTIES:
Calibrates, programs, installs, troubleshoots and repairs electrical, electronic and pneumatic systems such as power distribution equipment, motors, motor controls, power supplies, sensors, alarms, telemetering equipment, HVAC systems, automatic sampling equipment, metering devices, computer hardware, and computer periphery equipment.
Works with logic programs and creates PLC projects from start to finish. Including testing, installation, wiring, conduit, enclosures and panel building. Troubleshoots PLC issues to determine causes of errors and resolve issues.
Builds and installs control devices such as actuators, variable frequency drives, distributed control systems.
Troubleshoots, repairs, installs, designs low voltage (<1000 volts) to medium (1000 to 100,000 volts) voltage control and distribution equipment.
Installs, maintains, and troubleshoots different communication networks including, but not limited to Ethernet, control net, device net, profibus, Modbus, and hart.
Designs, configures, calibrates, repairs, and monitors telemetry devices including antennas, lighting protection, and radio devices. Performs predictive maintenance and repairs devices on site.
Engineers electrical systems, including but not limited to switch gear, panel boards, transformers, feeder and branch circuits.
Designs layout work on panels; sets up complex control systems; interprets and alters drawings, wiring diagrams, and blueprints. Works from complex engineering drawings to complete projects and assigned work. Performs related computer duties such as minor programming, logic or control changes, and system updates.
Assists with on the job training of Electrical Journeyman Trainees for specialized areas.
Performs other related duties as required.
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Ad Title: CCTV Camera Van - Jet Truck Operations - Temp/Summer Seasonal
Location: Henderson, CO
Post Date: 05/23/19
Contact: Cheryl Layton
City: Commerce City
State: CO
Zip: 80022
Phone (W): 7202060517
Email: clayton@sacwsd.org
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Description:
The South Adams County Water & Sanitation District (SACWSD), dedicated to providing affordable and sustainable water resources to its customers, is seeking an individual, on a temporary/summer seasonal basis to assist our Jet Truck and Camera Van Operations.

This position performs collections systems tasks involving jet truck operations including:
• Sewer line jet cleaning and inspection
• Close circuit television sewer video inspection
• Provides traffic control
• General shop and yard maintenance at sewer lift stations
• Responds to customer concerns and forwards to the appropriate crew member
• Responds to emergency situations as needed during regular working hours



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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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