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Ad Title: SCADA Technician
Location: Highlands Ranch, Colorado
Post Date: 01/18/20
Contact: Human Resources
City: Highlands Ranch
State: CO
Zip: 80129
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Description:
To apply for this position, please visit our online career center in ADP

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

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

Centennial Water and Sanitation District is currently accepting applications for a SCADA Technician.

Duties include, but are not limited to: installation, calibration, maintenance, and troubleshooting of instrumentation and controls as well as electrical equipment used in the SCADA system at the Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants.

Required qualifications:
• High school diploma or GED
• Valid Colorado driver’s license and acceptable motor vehicle record
• Two years electronic trade school graduate or equivalent training and/ or experience
• Using test and calibration equipment
• Ability to interpret technical literature and electrical drawings
• Employees must be able to respond to facilities in approximately 30 minutes due to rotating on-call schedule.

Additional qualifications recognized:
• ISA Certified Controls System Technician (CCST) certifications

Pre-employment screening, which includes background/MVR check and drug screen, will be conducted.

Minimum starting hourly wage $27.21 – $34.29 DOE

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
Job Posting No. 2020-005
January 15, 2020


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Ad Title: Accounting Assistant I
Location: Highlands Ranch, Colorado
Post Date: 01/18/20
Contact: Human Resources
City: Highlands Ranch
State: CO
Zip: 80129
Description:
To apply for this position, please visit our online career center in ADP

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

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

Centennial Water and Sanitation District is seeking applications for an Accounting Assistant I position.

Duties for this position will include: accounts payable, data entry, weekly check runs, month end A/P journal entries and miscellaneous accounting duties.

Applicant must be detail oriented, accurate and a strong team player.

At a minimum, applicants must have 1-2 yrs. A/P experience, general knowledge of governmental accounting, PC experience, working knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word and Windows operating systems. High school diploma/GED is also required.

A valid Colorado driver’s license and acceptable motor vehicle record are required.

Pre-employment screening, which includes background/MVR check and drug screen, will be conducted.

Applications will be accepted until the position has been filled.

Minimum starting wage is $18.79 per hour. The District provides an excellent benefits package.

Job Posting No. 2020-003

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Ad Title: Fleet and Facilities Supervisor
Location: Avon, CO
Post Date: 01/17/20
Contact: Alison Kelkenberg
City: Vail
State: CO
Zip: 81657
Phone (W): 9704775418
Email: akelkenberg@erwsd.org
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Description:
Our bright red trucks and vehicles serve not only as the face of our organization but are also a critical tool in getting our work done. Without our fleet, our operations team would not be able to do what they do best- provide efficient and reliable water and wastewater service to our customers.

We are currently seeking a forward-thinking Fleet & Facilities Supervisor to lead the maintenance of the District’s fleet of vehicles, heavy equipment (trailers, portable generators, loaders, skid steer, excavator etc.) and small equipment (valve box cleaners, steamers etc.). This is a hands-on role and will also perform routine preventive maintenance, including service and repairs to company vehicles and equipment, and will coordinate outsourcing of repairs when necessary. The position will utilize the technology of a fleet maintenance management system (FMMS) to track maintenance of our vehicles which is a huge component of minimizing district risk and keeping our employees and customers safe. This customer service focused role also coordinates and completes maintenance and repair of District facilities.

An ideal candidate for this role is a strong leader, who is just as comfortable utilizing technology as they are working on cars and trucks. This is a great opportunity for an experienced mechanic and leader to work on diverse projects and equipment. And the best part: you provide an essential service to the community by running a one-stop shop to support our equipment and fleet. Not to mention our excellent benefits, housing program and opportunities for training, certification and development.

The Day to Day:
LEADERSHIP AND SUPERVISION
• Directs and coordinates the daily work of Fleet & Facilities within the Field Operations department; Assigns and prioritizes personnel to maintenance and repair activities and inspects work for compliance with prescribed operational procedures and methods.
• Supervises, trains, instructs, and evaluates the work of assigned staff; Establishes performance requirements and personal development goals through formal systems and informal feedback; regularly monitors employee performance and provides coaching for performance improvement and development; Assures continuous support and follow-up with all Field Operations and District staff; Completes annual performance evaluations of direct reports.
• Provides daily leadership and works with staff to ensure an environment that supports the Department’s goals and objectives and the District’s mission, vision and values. Leads skilled and semi-skilled personnel within scope of Department responsibilities and provides technical assistance; Works with staff to achieve optimized and efficient operations thru employee empowerment and engagement; Resolves work problems as they arise.
• Participates in the selection and training of staff and provides or coordinates ongoing staff training to ensure safe and efficient performance.
• Manages daily schedule and time approval for direct report, approves and manages time, approves Purchasing Cards and Invoices.
• Assists in the preparation of operating budget recommendations and monitors work activities and expenditures to control costs; authorizes the requisition and purchase of equipment and materials per District protocols.
• Supervises and participates in developing, implementing and evaluating work processes, Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), systems, staffing levels, and procedures to achieve District goals, Department goals, objectives and meet work standards; Participates in the formulation of department goals.
• Prepares and/or reviews and maintains a wide variety of written reports and records, including work project analyses, surveys, work order progress and status reports, maintenance requests, equipment specifications, and operating costs.
• Researches, evaluates, and recommends new technologies, equipment, work processes to improve productivity, efficiency and employee safety; educates and trains staff on new and revised approaches, equipment and work processes.
• Routinely supervises the work on large scale jobs and jobs that are highly urgent or of significant customer impact.
• Coordinates activities with other District departments to identify, define and resolve system problems or emergencies; Works cooperatively with subordinates, co-workers, peers, managers, outside vendors, and contractors. Works to create positive, professional communications within the Field Operations department and between departments within the District.
• Required to follow all District safety and security policies and wear Personal Protective Equipment as required by the job duties.
• Responsible for carrying out the District’s safety program by ensuring employees follow safety practices in work methods and procedures; reinforces proper safety procedures while working in dangerous situations; educates employees on safe work habits and potential hazards presented by their work environment, recommends changes for improving safety to Safety Coordinator.
• Coordinates work cooperatively with other Departments and outside vendors.

ROUTINE VEHICLE MAINTENANCE
• General light vehicle and heavy equipment maintenance, including but not limited to changing oil, check/change all vehicle lights, check/change fluid levels, change filters, rotate and balance tires, change brake pads and fluid, perform tune-ups and all other preventive maintenance service to District cars, pickups, trucks and heavy equipment.
• Repair steering and suspension components, replace hydraulic lines, and replace and repair tires.
• Perform preventive and corrective maintenance work on light vehicles and heavy equipment based upon maintenance schedule or as circumstances permit.
• Completes minor body repair work on vehicles.
• Maintain a clean and orderly shop.
• Pick up parts when needed.
• Completes welding projects.
• Order and disposal of surplus vehicles and equipment; organizes auction through Public Surplus Auction.
• Make recommendations for Vehicles and equipment needing replaced.

FLEET MANAGEMENT
• Assists with management of fleet vehicles and fleet facilities, including management of fuel storage and dispensing system.
• Manages contracts and approves invoices for payment.
• Coordinates annual DOT inspections on Heavy Fleet.
• Maintains the inventory for Fleet.
• Assist in budgeting for Fleet
• Assists with coordinating the work order process for scheduled and unscheduled maintenance and preventative services and repairs on equipment and vehicles, including glass repair.
• Coordinates dealer warranty work.
• Assists Field Operations Manager with managing vehicle life-cycle program which includes acquisition and disposition of vehicles.
• Responsible for registration and tag renewal for all fleet vehicles.
• Responsible for the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE) Division of Oil and Public Safety permitting for all District-owned aboveground storage fuel tanks (including at treatment facilities). Coordinates and oversees annual inspections (outsourced), monthly tracking inspections (District-staff) and prepares and submits ullage reports and documentation for aboveground fueling stations.
• Manages the fleet management maintenance system (FMMS); ensure that all maintenance is being tracked and completed in a timely manner. Coordinates system information with the Safety Coordinator and Field Operations Managers.
• Responsible for developing and maintaining the Fleet Manual.

FACILITIES MAINTENANCE
• Assists in the day-to-day operations of facilities management. Schedules and coordinates the work of personnel and contractors engaged in the maintenance, landscaping, snow removal, repair and remodeling of buildings and facilities, including plumbing, electrical, HVAC systems etc.; ensures the timely completion of predictive and preventive maintenance programs; schedules and coordinates activities with user departments and divisions.
• Responds to facility complaints referring unusual situations to Field Operations Manager.
• Coordinates work, oversee contracts with vendors and approve invoices for payment.
• Meets with internal staff to evaluate required maintenance and workflow.
• Assist in Budgeting for Facilities.
• Performs minor repairs at the Facilities.
• Performs other duties as assigned.

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Ad Title: Water Operator
Location: Avon, CO
Post Date: 01/17/20
Contact: Ali Kelkenberg
City: Vail
State: CO
Zip: 81657
Phone (W): 9704775418
Email: akelkenberg@erwsd.org
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Description:
The Eagle River Water and Sanitation District provides high quality, affordable drinking water to its customers to protect public health and the natural surroundings. A big part of delivering clean water to our customers is maintaining our raw water and water storage. We are looking for a professional and dedicated Water Operator to help with maintenance of our reservoirs and tanks, as well as learn and assist in plant operations.
With the raw water maintenance aspect of the role, you will be asked to hike out to tanks and reservoirs at any time of year on foot, snowshoes, skis, and even snow machines as maintenance and weather require. So a day in the life of this role could mean a full day of physical activity outside in the Rockies- not a bad office view!
The ideal candidate for this role has mechanical ability, a heart for community service, and doesn’t mind some pretty physical work. We are looking someone who is self-motivated, independent, and willing to take on significant responsibility to serve our community and environment.
Why work for us? A job where you get to work outside, gain experience in a stable career, and contribute to the community- what could be better than that? Not to mention our excellent benefits, housing program (rental program, stipend, down payment assistance, and more!), and opportunities for training, certification and development.
The Day to Day:
• RAW WATER AND WATER STORAGE MAINTENANCE: Demonstrates the location and knowledge of water storage tanks, booster pump stations (BPS’s), groundwater wells, and surface water treatment plants (SWTP’s) including abnormalities to assure proper fill rates. Assists in the sanitary maintenance of tanks and water storage assets to maintain water quality and regulatory compliance standards. Will assist in tank inspections and coordinate preventative maintenance for water storage assets including outsourcing of services. Responsible for calculating rates, monitoring, and performing raw water release. Works with Water Supervisors to manage and maintain reservoirs.
• TREATMENT PROCESS: Responsible for adequate treatment and delivery of ground and surface water to our customers and community. Performs basic water plant operations. Assists with and performs general maintenance and troubleshooting of equipment. Engages in advanced water treatment plant and distribution system operations via SCADA, including starting and stopping pumps, opening and closing valves, ensuring adequate water quality and quantity in the distribution system, and adjusting storage tanks set points as needed. Monitors equipment and treatment processes.
• WATER QUALITY: Responsible for water quality and flow through Surface Water Treatment Facilities and adjusts flow rates to keep up with demand. Monitors turbidity, chlorine residual, and fluoride levels to meet state and federal standards and adjust plant operations accordingly. Maintains QA/QC records on online monitoring equipment. Collects regulatory water quality samples in the field as assigned, including Bacteriological samples and disinfection byproduct sampling, and additional water quality data as needed. Demonstrates understanding of Water Quality Analyzers.
• CHEMISTRY: Regulates, adjusts and calculates chemical feed rates. Performs lab work and calibrates lab equipment.
• CUSTOMER SERVICE: Responds to customer water complaints as needed.
• MAINTENANCE: Performs general maintenance and troubleshooting of equipment.
• Calculates tank volumes and pumping rates to assure proper fill rates. Must possess a strong mechanical understanding of equipment and processes.
• DOCUMENTATION: Routine documentation and monitoring of facilities, including treatment and distribution assets. Assists in monthly reports and other required paperwork, including preparing work orders. Compiles and organizes historical data for facility logs.
• REGULATORY COMPLIANCE: Demonstrates basic knowledge state (CDPHE) and federal (EPA) drinking water standards.
• TEAMWORK: Assists in coordinating activities of water operations staff. Works collaboratively with all departments and district staff. Demonstrates a willingness to work independently in a team environment. Respectfully communicates with peers and the public. Embraces district mission, vision, and values. Demonstrates a strong work ethic, integrity, positive attitude and is a team player. Demonstrate tact and professionalism in communication. Completes administrative functions correctly and on time including purchasing card reconciliation, time entry, scheduling, and reading emails. Maintains the ability to work shift work, holidays, and on-call duties as needed; on call and shift work is split evenly by all team members.
• SAFETY: Follows district Safety standards. Follows all District safety and security policies and wear Personal Protective Equipment as required by the job duties.


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Ad Title: Wastewater Treatment Operator Class C
Location: 301 Walnut St Windsor CO 80550
Post Date: 01/17/20
Contact: Terri Smith
City: Windsor
State: CO
Zip: 80550
Phone (W): 9706742489
Email: tsmith@windsorgov.com
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Description:
NATURE OF WORK
As a member of the WWTF team, this position performs a wide variety of technical and non-technical tasks related to wastewater treatment facility operations and maintenance to help ensure compliance with all local, state and federal standards in conformity with the discharge permit.
Individuals in the position are required to perform work in a manner consistent with and exemplary of the town's PRIDE philosophies and the town's Equal Opportunity Employment policy.

Work Schedule:Generally Monday-Friday and on-call rotation.
Hiring Range: $19.42 to 22.69 depending on experience.

Benefits with the Town of Windsor: The town generally provides the following benefits (eligibility is generally the 1st of the month after 30 days of employment):
Group health benefit package and options, which include an EPO/or Kaiser medical plan, dental and vision
Employer Paid long-term disability plan
Basic life insurance policy
ICMA 401a Retirement Plan employer contributions 20% every year, 100% vested at 5 years.
ICMA 457 Deferred Compensation and/or Roth Retirement Plan, with immediate employee eligibility
Voluntary short-term disability plan
Vacation time generally accrue monthly at the rate of 7.33 hours for full-time regular employees the first year. (unpaid status impacts accruals) Time added every year.
Sick leave generally accrues at the rate of 6.67 hours per month (unpaid status impacts accruals)
2 personal days
Employee Assistance Program effective immediately

To Apply:
All resumes MUST come with a Town of Windsor application.
Please apply on our website www.windsorgov.com/jobs, or in person at 301 Walnut St Windsor, CO 80550.

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Ad Title: Senior Review Engineer
Location: Denver, CO
Post Date: 01/17/20
Contact: Jennifer Sanchez
City: Denver
State: CO
Zip: 80246
Email: jennifer.sanchez@state.co.us
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Description:
This position exists to perform, track and assist in managing to completion, the broadest possible array of tasks and projects associated with the section's processes, plan review, operating procedures, outreach, training, forms, guidance, regulatory development, state revolving fund loan processes, design/plans review activities for drinking water treatment works and wastewater treatment works. Major elements of position responsibilities include review and decision-making of technical submittals (design and other engineering submittals), providing assistance to the public at large, developing policies and guidance, classifying facilities per Regulation 100, providing compliance and associated technical assistance to facilities and individuals regulated by the Division, and taking action to assure regulatory compliance by the regulated entities.
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Ad Title: Staff Accountant
Location: Colorado Springs
Post Date: 01/14/20
Contact: Carmen Slagle
City: Colorado Springs
State: CO
Zip: 80925
Phone (W): 719-955-7123
Email: Carmen@wwsdonline.com
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Description:
Widefield Water & Sanitation District (WWSD) is in the southern portion of Colorado Springs, Colorado, near the City of Fountain. We are seeking a Staff Accountant with a bachelor’s degree in accounting or related field. A minimum of 1 year of experience in a utility accounting environment (3 years preferred), combination of relevant experience, training, and education may be considered in lieu of a degree (preferred). Knowledge of GAAP, GASB, and all accounting systems and procedures necessary. Must have the ability to demonstrate a complete understanding of full cycle accounting and critical thinking financial analysis. Excellent customer service skills and experience working with the public as well as being proficient in utilizing a variety of billing/accounting software systems, including Microsoft’s Excel and Word. Data West Billmaster utility billing & Sage ACCPAC accounting software experience preferred.

The position has primary responsibility for accounts payable and receivable, maintaining financial transaction records of the general ledger, journal entries, financial reconciliations, and utility billing. Supports District Manager, Director of Administrative Services, and Senior Accountant by completing research and special projects. This position will also serve as the District’s Contract Specialist.

We are a progressive utility, with a positive work team 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 an Accounting Assessment Test, Criminal Background check, and drug screen.

If you desire to work for a utility that recognizes and appreciates your contributions, please submit an application, completed supplemental questions, along with your resume, for consideration. Resumes without a completed application and supplemental questions will be discarded. Visit our website at www.wwsdonline.com to view the job description and download the application and supplemental questions.

Submit your completed documents to Carmen Slagle, Senior HR Generalist at Carmen@wwsdonline.com or by fax to 719-390-1409.
Widefield Water and Sanitation District is an equal opportunity employer.

**Applications that do not meet the minimum requirements will not be considered. This advertisement is subject to close at any time based on the number of qualified applications received.

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Ad Title: Superintendent of Field Operations
Location: Highlands Ranch, Colorado
Post Date: 01/14/20
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, serving over 100,000 customers in the community of Highlands Ranch, CO and adjoining portions of northern Douglas County, is seeking an experienced Superintendent of Field Operations. Centennial operates a complete water and wastewater utility including surface-water reservoirs, treatment, transmission, distribution, storage, and wastewater collection.
 
Water supply is provided primarily with surface water along with conjunctive use from over 50 Denver Basin wells, and a proven aquifer storage and recovery system. The District has extensive surface and groundwater resources, and is a member of the South Metro Water Supply Authority and the South Metro WISE Authority.

Primary Responsibilities
Works under the supervision of the Director of Water and Wastewater Operations; assists with planning and goal setting; recommends policies; and implements programs to ensure compliance with applicable state and federal laws and regulations.

Supervises collection and distribution, utility inspection, and metering staff, either directly or through subordinates; performs employee evaluations; reviews staff workloads; assigns work; and provides employee coaching to enhance job performance.

Develops operations/maintenance and capital budgets; and monitors expenditures while ensuring compliance with District policies, procedures, and quality standards.

Reviews and comments on engineering reports, plans, and specifications; stays abreast of applicable regulatory requirements, including backflow prevention and safety; ensures work is performed in accordance with District safety policies and procedures; and oversees and inspects the work of contractors.

Recommends improvements to existing facilities, equipment and operating systems; and provides technical support for special projects in terms of planning, site preparation, staffing, and site clean-up.


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Ad Title: UTILITIES DIRECTOR
Location: Fountain, CO
Post Date: 01/13/20
Contact: Diane Rittenhouse
City: Fountain
State: CO
Zip: 80817
Phone (W): 7193934932
Email: drittenhouse@fountaincolorado.org
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Description:
SUMMARY
Under the supervision of the City Manager, the incumbent provides leadership and direction for all utilities operations.

GENERAL PURPOSE:
The purpose of this position is to direct and oversee planning, budgeting, staffing, and operations of Electric, Water, Customer Service, Technology Services, Conservation & Sustainability, Utilities Communication/Outreach and Fleet department.

SUPERVISION EXERCISED:
This job/class works under administrative supervision, developing and implementing programs within organizational policies and reports major activities to executive level administrators through conferences and reports.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
- Maintains and supports a positive, collaborative culture within the City organization as a whole, fully embracing the cultural and values statements espoused by the City.
- Supervises department head employees by making hiring and pay decisions, developing expectation and performance plans, directing work, coaching staff, and evaluating performance on an on-going basis; ensures department heads are meeting goals and objectives; coaches, mentors, and provides support to all department employees.
- Responsible for developing and implementing utility-wide strategic business goals, plans, programs and initiatives; secures City’s long-range supply of electric power and water through negotiating power purchase contracts, water contracts, and water right protection programs.
- Manages department public relations and political relationships; serves as department liaison to City management and represents department at meetings, public events, and conferences. Provides presentations to the organization and public at-large on issues of importance related to the utilities.
- Monitors and coordinates involvement on legislative issues that impact utilities, on behalf of the City Manager and City Council.
- Provides complex financial, statistical and operational analysis of utility-based business decisions.
- Directs and prepares the development of the City’s utilities departments annual budgets and Capital Improvement Programs.
- Directs and oversees functions related to electric system distribution, construction and maintenance, substation operations and maintenance, meter servicing, engineering and design of electrical system.
- Along with Utilities Customer Service, Electric and Water Operations the incumbent also directs and oversees the functions in Technology Services, Conservation & Sustainability, Utilities Communication and Fleet operation.
- Directs and oversees functions related to water treatment, water distribution, water system construction and maintenance, wastewater collection systems, planning and design of system.
- Directs and oversees functions related to utilities customer service processes, rules, regulations along with utilities billing operations to achieve customer service excellence.
- Directs project management from inception through completion for electric, water, customer service and billing departments.
- Approves requests for purchasing of materials, services, and supplies within city guidelines, approves vouchers and payment of invoices.
- Represents the utilities on various boards and industry organizations.
- Develops and supports emergency plans to maintain continuity of operations.
- Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with citizens and co-workers.

OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Performs other duties and special projects as requested by City Manager.

TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED:
Develops and implements long-range capital plans and programs to support the goals and objective of the organization.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
Performs sedentary work that involves walking or standing some of the time and involves sustained keyboard operations.

WORK ENVIRONMENT:
While many of this position’s duties are performed inside, the incumbent will frequently spend time in the out-of-doors environment, in other premises, and/or in a vehicle commuting to various work locations. This position is subjected to situations of extreme heat or cold, and/or wet/humid conditions without temperature change.

Incumbent may encounter loud and/or irritating noises such as engines, generators and equipment vibration on a limited basis. May be exposed to fumes, odors, and gases on a limited basis.

Limited exposure to working at heights, burns, radiant energy, toxic, caustic chemicals, and electrical and mechanical hazards.

Impact of Errors
The impact of errors is severe - affects entire organization, other activities/organizations, the general public, and a wide geographic area.

Communication Requirements
Reads scientific and technical journals, abstracts, financial reports and legal documents; speaks before professional and civic groups; participates in panel discussions and speaks extemporaneously on a variety of subjects; writes complex articles, reports and develops presentations for sophisticated audiences.

Judgment Requirements
Decision-making is almost entire focus of the job, affecting most segments of the organization and the general public; works in a highly dynamic environment, and is responsible for establishing goals, objectives and policies.

Complexity of Work
Performs supervisory work involving policy and guidelines, solving both people and work related problems; requires continuous, close attention for accurate results and frequent exposure to unusual pressures.

All job descriptions have been reviewed to ensure that only essential functions and basic duties have been included. Peripheral tasks, only incidentally related to each position, have been included. Requirements, skills and abilities included have been determined to be the minimal standards required to successfully perform the position. In no instance however, should the duties, responsibilities and requirements be interpreted as all-inclusive. Supervisors as deemed appropriate may assign additional functions and requirements.

In accordance with Americans with Disabilities Act, it is possible that requirements may be modified to reasonably accommodate disabled individuals. However, no accommodation will be made which may pose serious health or safety risks to the employee or others or which may pose undue hardships on the organization.

This job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the need of the employer and requirements of the job change.
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Ad Title: Administrative Analyst - IT
Location: Denver, CO
Post Date: 01/13/20
Contact: Patricia Lopez
City: Denver
State: CO
Zip: 80229
Phone (W): 3032863233
Email: plopez@mwrd.dst.co.us
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Description:
SALARY: $51,417.80 - $72,009.60 Annually
OPENING DATE: 01/09/20
CLOSING DATE: 01/23/20 05:00 PM
GENERAL STATEMENT/ ORGANIZATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under minimum supervision, performs a variety of professional-level research, analytical, and administrative duties of moderate complexity related to the business and operations of a division or department. Typically, reports to a Department or Division head.


TYPICAL DUTIES:
Responsible for the administration of a significant program that supports both the Department and District processes. Identifies alternative solutions or opportunities for program efficiencies and changes.
Compiles, aggregates, verifies, and analyzes data in order to make recommendations to improve District or departmental processes. Prepares reports and presentations for delivery to senior management or board members.
Assists with the development and oversight of departmental and/or divisional budgets. Provides budget information and analysis to department and division heads. Works closely with department or division heads to ensure all budget activities meet deadlines.
Provides professional and technical administrative duties to department or division head.
Assists in identifying and resolving operational and administrative issues to support a division or department.
Responsible for the coaching, development, and supervision of any support staff that are assigned to them.
Performs other duties as assigned.

Specific Department Duties
Administers the District's software license compliance program. Serves as focal point for software licensing. Manages and maintains software-licensing lifecycle, performs program audit and educates IT staff and other staff when needed on licensing strategies and procurement processes.
Performs licensing research, drafts process, procedures and training on software-license compliance program, conducts training and recommends program improvements.
Responsible for licensing negotiations as necessary and applicable.
Supports strategic IT initiatives and works as a liaison to collect, analyze and validate data, processes and procedures.
Manages and maintains contract and equipment procurement to support division operations.
Coordinates budget development process for IT inclusive of the needs derived from the software license compliance program.
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Ad Title: Public Information Specialist
Location: Denver, CO
Post Date: 01/13/20
Contact: Patricia Lopez
City: Denver
State: CO
Zip: 80229
Phone (W): 3032863233
Email: plopez@mwrd.dst.co.us
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Description:
SALARY: $57,669.20 - $80,787.20 Annually
OPENING DATE: 01/09/20
CLOSING DATE: 01/23/20 05:00 PM
GENERAL STATEMENT/ ORGANIZATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supports the Metro District's Public Information objectives by performing media and public education duties for a variety of stakeholders – includes representing the District to the public, connectors, and the community. Assists with the expansion of electronic communication capabilities at the District. Works under the general direction of the Public Information Officer.
TYPICAL DUTIES:
Prepares external news releases and may serve as the initial point of contact of media inquiries when needed.
Manages Public Information website inquiries. Collaborates with subject-matter experts as needed to draft and distribute responses.
Maintains and develops content for the Newsroom section of the Metro District's external website. Assists with the development and maintenance of a digital presence.
Assists with the development of strategy to address issues of public, news media, and employee interest as directed.
Conducts overview tours of the District's two treatment facilities (Robert W. Hite Treatment Facility and the Northern Treatment Plant) and manages logistics. Assists when subject-matter experts lead site visits at both treatment facilities and the METROGRO Farm. Drives the Metro District's 15 passenger vans as needed.
Represents the District at a variety of school education events, which includes presenting at multiple water festivals and staffing booths at community events. Coordinates exhibits, educational give-a-ways, and literature. Manages two annual professional development classes for area K-12 teachers.
Provides support for additional public education program activities. Includes administrative duties to manage public space usage for the Northern Treatment Plant Administration Building.
Assists the PIO with production of brochures, newsletters, and similar materials – includes writing, editing, and subject-matter expert coordination to develop content.
Performs a variety of related duties as assigned.
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Ad Title: City of Fort Collins Water Plant Operator
Location: Fort Collins Colorado
Post Date: 01/08/20
Contact: Lori Wiggins
City: Fort Collins
State: CO
Zip: 80521
Phone (W): 9702216535
Email: lwiggins@fcgov.com
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Description:
SUMMARY
Operates all plant processes for the water treatment plant.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES The following duties and responsibilities are illustrative of the primary functions of this position and are not intended to be all inclusive.
Operates, monitors, and maintains plant processes such as plant flow control, filtration, and wastewater sludge, and effluent processing.Monitors on-line analytical equipment, takes samples, performs laboratory analyses, reports results, and makes adjustments to processes.
Maintains records for State quality monitoring, State and Federal standards, and records of plant operations.Handles chemicals such as chlorine, fluoride, corrosives, and asphyxiants.
Coordinates responses to alarms and emergencies at facilities.
Inspects and maintains process instrumentation and equipment. May write operating procedures of plant processes.
May assist in the design and implementation of new systems and processes. May provide training for crew members.
Will be required to work a rotating Shift including nights, days, weekends and Holidays.
Frequently acts as duty charge operator on assigned shifts; may supervise assigned staff in absence of lead operator or superintendent.
Maintains cleanliness of the treatment plant.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES This job has no supervisory responsibilities.

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Ad Title: Plant Superintendent-Wastewater
Location: City of Westminster
Post Date: 01/07/20
Contact: Caitlin Sosta
City: Caitlin Sosta
State: CO
Zip: 80031
Phone (W): 303-658-2146
Email: csosta@cityofwestminster.us
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Description:
This position is responsible for supervising the day-to-day work activities of the Big Dry Creek Wastewater Treatment Facility, Reclaimed Water Treatment Facility, and farming operations on City owned farm properties along with privately owned farms. The incumbent must possess and maintain a thorough understanding of all aspects of wastewater treatment and regulations, reclaimed water treatment and regulations, Biosolids treatment/disposal and land application regulations, and related industry best management practices. Incumbent will oversee all aspects of treatment and be listed as the Operator in Responsible Charge over all programs.
This position requires knowledge in Department of Transportation regulations and site-specific storm water regulations.

The incumbent must possess the ability to facilitate various workgroups associated with the facilities with clear direction, and the ability to work within the Utilities Operations Division and communicate with the Collections Superintendent, Water Distribution Superintendent, Water Plant Superintendent, Utilities Operations Manager, and the Director of Public Works and Utilities. Work will be performed with wide latitude for independent judgment and action, and reviewed by the Utilities Operations Manager through observation, conferences, reports, and achievement of desired objectives. Position fills in for the Utilities Operations Manager in his or her absence. This is a safety sensitive position and is subject to federally mandated random drug and alcohol testing.
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Ad Title: New Position - Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator
Location: Grand Junction, Colorado
Post Date: 01/07/20
Contact: Clifton Sanitation District
City: Clifton
State: CO
Zip: 81520
Phone (W): 9704347422
Email: ejennings@cliftonsanitation
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Description:
Clifton Sanitation District is currently adding two additional Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator positions to their workforce and are seeking highly motivated and outgoing individuals to fill them. These full-time positions perform a variety of skilled, semi-skilled, and non-skilled technical duties in the operation and maintenance of the District’s Wastewater Treatment Plant. Additional duties, dependent upon qualifications, can include CMMS Management, Pretreatment, Instrumentation, Integration, Purchasing, Maintenance, and Electrical and/or Collection System work such as Camera Inspection, Jetting, and Construction Inspections.

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Ad Title: Utilities Specialist II - Meter Shop
Location: Westminster, CO
Post Date: 01/07/20
Email: csosta@cityofwestminster.us
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Description:
**Please visit the following website to apply. Applications submitted on this site WILL NOT be reviewed: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/westminsterco/jobs/2674607/utilities-specialist-ii-meter-shop?sort=PostingDate%7CDescending&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

The Utilities Specialist II - Meter Shop position is a skilled position in the area of Utility Systems Field Operations and repair, which primarily involves responsibility for the safe and efficient operation of the City of Westminster's utilities systems. The incumbent's responsibility in the Cross Connection Control Program is assuring compliance with city code and state regulations under direction of the Utilities Specialist III. This position requires high public contact in all types of situations. It is a mandatory requirement of this position to work overtime, take weekend duty, and be on-call for emergency work such as snow removal, water breaks, and sewer backups. Must be able to respond within thirty minutes when on-call. This is a safety-sensitive position.
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Ad Title: Utilities Specialist III - Meter Shop
Location: Westminster, CO
Post Date: 01/07/20
Description:
**Please visit the following website to apply. Applications submitted on this site WILL NOT be reviewed: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/westminsterco/jobs/2675551/utilities-specialist-iii-meter-shop?sort=PostingDate%7CDescending&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

The Utilities Systems Specialist position is a skilled lead position in the area of Utility Systems Field Operations and repair, which primarily involves responsibility for the safe and efficient operation of the City of Westminster's utilities systems. The incumbent is responsible for the coordination and administration of the Large Meter Program to assure compliance with industry standards for testing and maintaining large and small water meters. This position requires high public contact in all types of situations. It is a mandatory requirement of this position to work overtime, take weekend duty, and be on-call for emergency work such as snow removal, water breaks, and sewer backups. Must be able to respond within thirty minutes when on-call. This is a safety-sensitive position.
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Ad Title: Waste Water Operator
Location: Fort Carson
Post Date: 12/27/19
Contact: Shirley Beasley
City: Colorado Springs
State: CO
Zip: 80902
Phone (W): 719-302-0332
Email: sbeasley@thservicesllc.com
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Description:
Salary and Benefits: 27.47 per hour plus Health and Welfare ($6.80-$9.00 per hour)
Job Description: Operates sewage treatment, sludge processing, and disposal equipment in wastewater (sewage) treatment plant to control flow and processing of sewage, monitors control panels, and adjusts valves and gates manually or by remote control to regulate flow of sewage, observes variation in operating conditions and interprets meter and guage readings, and tests results to determine load requirements.
This worker starts and stops pumps, engines, and generators to control flow of raw sewage through filtering, settling, aeration, and sludge digestion processes, maintains log of operations and records meter and gas readings, gives directions to wastewater treatment-plant attendants and sewage-disposal workers in performing routine operations and maintenance, and may collect sewage sample, using dipper or bottle and conduct laboratory tests, using testing equipment, such as colorimeter.
This person may operate and maintain power-generating equipment to provide steam and electricity for plant.

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Ad Title: Water Plant Manager
Location: Pueblo West
Post Date: 12/27/19
Contact: Jennifer Pearson
City: Pueblo West
State: CO
Zip: 81007
Phone (W): 719-547-5022
Email: humanresources@pwmd-co.us
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Description:

Applications will be accepted on-line from December 27, 2019 to January 26, 2020 until 11:00 pm at the website address https://pueblowestmetro.com/172/Job-Opportunities.

Job Summary

Under the supervision of the Director of Water & Wastewater Utilities, performs and oversees the daily activities of the Water treatment plant. Assists in supervision of the Wastewater treatment department as requested or assigned.

Work involves all aspects of operation and maintenance of the Water treatment system. All work must be in compliance with applicable regulations and standards. An employee proceeds independently to complete assignments, coordinating matters as needed and resolving most problems encountered in the work; only new, policy or personnel matters are referred to others. Under general direction, coordinates, supervises and participates in the operation of the District’s water and wastewater treatment plants to ensure the protection of public health, and the production of adequate quantity and acceptable quality of the District’s drinking water supply.



Essential Job Functions

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



Performs all the duties of a Plants Operator with proficiency.


Supervises and directs the activities of assigned staff; makes recommendations regarding hiring, discipline, termination or advancement of employees. Schedules employees, assigns work, and monitors progress; guides, trains and develops employees in the accomplishment of their duties and professional growth; evaluates performance.


Assists in researching, defining, leading and/or supporting optimization of treatment processes and sustainability efforts. Works with Water Quality to identify sampling activities and data that support optimization.


Produce a work schedule for operations personnel and make adjustments as necessary


Performs work that requires the use of specified respiratory equipment that guards against exposure to airborne hazards. Complies with all Municipal, State, and Federal physical requirements as per Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) guidelines.


All work must be in compliance with applicable polices, rules, regulations and laws


Supervisory Responsibility

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.


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


Motivates, encourages and develops direct reports.


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


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


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


Other Duties



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


Assist the Utilities Director in the department budget preparation and assures operations are performed within the Board approved budget. May be required to attend job related meetings outside the District


Performs other related work as required.


Knowledge



Knowledge of the principles and practices of water and wastewater treatment.


Knowledge of principles, practices, materials and equipment used in water and wastewater treatment


Knowledge of the established safety and industry guidelines for the tools, equipment and materials used in plant operations.


Advanced computer skills to include the ability to use Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Gmail as well as an asset management program.


Thorough knowledge of current principles and practices applicable to assigned areas of responsibility; local, state and federal laws and regulations related to assigned functions.


Skills




Skill in using common tools, equipment and materials of the trade.


Abilities





Ability to operate equipment in a safe manner.


Ability to provide leadership to the department staff.


Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, the public and others.


Ability to diagnose and repair malfunctions.


Ability to supervise the work of assigned employees, contract personnel, and others.


Ability to communicate with the public, to speak and write clearly.
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Ad Title: Field Operator
Location: Highlands Ranch, Colorado
Post Date: 12/23/19
Contact: Human Resources
City: Highlands Ranch
State: CO
Zip: 80129
Phone (W): 3037910430
Email: humanresources@highlandsranch.org
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Description:
To apply for this position, please visit our online career center in ADP

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

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

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

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.

Desired applicants will have experience with industrial / mechanical equipment such as pumps, valves, piping, HVAC, forklifts, personnel lifts, and general knowledge of building maintenance. A High school diploma or GED equivalent is required. A Colorado Driver’s License and acceptable motor vehicle record are also required. Additionally, applicants are encouraged to obtain a Colorado Commercial Class A Driver’s License with Hazmat and Tanker endorsements. Having a Water-D, or Distribution-1, or Collection-1 is required with in one year of employment.

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

Hiring salary range is $23.30 to $29.36 per hour. Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications.

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

Applications will be accepted until position has been filled.


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Ad Title: Advanced Wastewater Treatment Facility has an Employment Opportunity
Location: Monument, CO
Post Date: 12/19/19
Contact: William Burks
City: Monument
State: CO
Zip: 80132
Phone (W): 719-481-4053
Email: williamb@tlwastewater.com
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Description:
Wastewater Treatment Facility Operator, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm M-F, weekend and on-call duties divided between co-workers, competitive salary DOQ and performance, Benefits include paid leave for vacation, sick leave and holidays, 457 retirement plan, Colorado PERA, medical, vision, dental, disability and life insurance, educational opportunities.
Responsible for sampling and analyzing wastewater at various stages of treatment, maintaining pumps, flow measurement devises, influent screening equipment, grit collection equipment, aeration tanks, secondary clarifiers, blowers, UV disinfection equipment, facility grounds and appearance, good communication skills, record-keeping required.

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Ad Title: City of Boulder, Colorado, seeks Water Quality and Environmental Services Manager
Location: Boulder, Colorado
Post Date: 11/15/19
Contact: Vanessa Bonner
City: Boulder
State: CO
Zip: 80302
Phone (W): 303-441-1985
Email: bonnerv@bouldercolorado.gov
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Description:
Description
Under general direction, to direct, manage, supervise and coordinate the city's Water Quality and Environmental Services (WQES) program and services and to perform related duties as required to ensure protection of water quality and water quality-related environmental/public health issues. This position serves as an advisor to City Council, city advisory boards and city staff, functions as a liaison with other city departments and is a member of the Utilities management team emphasizing leadership, effective communications, continuous improvement, problem-solving orientation, service to customers, and accountability.

*Open Until Filled
Examples of Duties

LEADERSHIP CHARACTERISTICS:
Has a vision for the direction and future of the team and is able to articulate that vision effectively
Is able to inspire a team and persuade others to align their efforts to drive for results
Links short-term planning with strategic thinking to anticipate future consequences of current tactics
Is confident and professional in working with others
Able to assess a situation and adjust their style to meet the needs of the specific situation or audience
Recognizes the importance of collaboration and is able to build lasting relationships and connections with other city employees and community members
Is socially perceptive, modeling consideration and tact while maintaining focus on tasks at hand
Can objectively give and receive candid performance feedback
Comfortable with managing through conflict and differences of opinion
Comfortable and poised in presenting ideas to large groups of people and can readily respond to ideas and questions
Balances a deductive approach with speculation and intuition to form judgements and opinions
Is curious and broad-minded, always seeking to learn
Works to grow and continually foster a high-trust, high-teamwork environment

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Supervises and supports assigned WQES staff in the following manner:
Proactively implements the city's performance management process to achieve a supportive culture where teamwork, employee development, coaching and mentoring and candid feedback are prioritized.
Oversees development of a work plan, allocation of staff resources and identification of priorities within the WQES work group.
Ensures efficient processes and procedures are in place for work plan implementation.
Conducts regular meetings with staff to monitor, review and assess program goals and status of work plans and projects. Involves staff in decision-making processes and seeks staff's ideas and input on WQES program and work group goals.
Ensures compliance with applicable national, state and local water quality standards.

2. Directs, manages, and coordinates the city's WQES programs as follows:
Manages the development, implementation, and evaluation of the WQES program which includes monitoring compliance with federal, state, county or city regulations and policies. Ensures the protection of water quality and water quality-related environmental/public health issues through implementation of environmental monitoring and analysis, education and enforcement programs.
Identifies and implements water quality related research and planning to maintain compliance with existing regulations and policies and develops plans to prepare for compliance with proposed regulations and policies.
Develops, coordinates, and implements program goals, operational policies and procedures. Coordinates water quality planning and incorporation of related criteria in city standards and code and plan review processes. Assists in implementing long range planning for water quality-related environmental/public health issues.
Provides technical expertise and advice on water quality-related environmental/public health issues, including expert testimony to state and federal regulating agencies.
Coordinates analysis and interpretation of water quality and conservation program data for compliance and informational purposes.
Coordinates water quality planning and associated activities with work group managers from Public Works and other departments as needed.
Evaluates existing programs and business practices, identifies and develops new programs and services and evaluates new technology as needed to provide efficient and effective services. Estimates needed resources and funding impacts and options.
Establishes and monitors protocols to ensure a high level of customer service.
Coordinates development of response plans for: hazardous material/chemical spills; natural disasters; treated water contamination; and other factors which may affect public or environmental health. Has a lead role in water quality related emergency response planning efforts, including implementation.
Ensures that water quality programs are developed and implemented with a multimedia/holistic (air, soil, water, etc.) approach.

3. Develops, implements, and monitors WQES program budget and coordinates with work group Supervisors on work group-level budgets. May solicit external funding support, such as grants, for new projects. May perform cost benefit analyses for new programs. Assists with the development and coordination of capital improvement projects related to water quality.

4. Responds to questions from the public and press and presents information to City staff, advisory boards, City Council and state and federal regulatory agencies. Ensures that public information and outreach is coordinated with the Public Works Communications group. Composes memoranda, reports, correspondence, and agenda items for boards and City Council. Coordinates development of public outreach/input materials (e.g. customer surveys, brochures, fact sheets) and grant proposals. Coordinates WQES computer and web-based data management and public information systems.

5. Acts as liaison or City representative to a number of governmental agencies to track and provide input on water quality and water quality related environmental/public health issues (e.g. regulations, planning, environmental monitoring, and public outreach.) These agencies may include: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE), Colorado Wastewater Utility Council, Colorado Water Utility Council, Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District, University of Colorado, Boulder County, and other agencies and ad-hoc committees.

Acts as liaison with other city departments and workgroups to help coordination and provide input on water quality related issues to ensure the development and implementation of multidisciplinary, city-wide, multi-media, environmental and conservation programs and policies.

6. Follows current and proposed federal, state, and local government regulations, legislation and other requirements for water quality, conservation and water quality-related environmental/public health issues on an ongoing basis. Updates Utilities, CAO and work group staff on relevant changes to applicable regulations and evaluates potential impacts and benefits of regulations. As necessary, works with CAO to provide formal response and testimony on regulations to state and federal regulators.

7. Other:
Performs related duties as required to meet the needs of the city.
Takes proper safety precautions to prevent accidents. Responsible for the safety of self, others, materials, and equipment. Uses all required safety equipment and follows all safety regulations, policies and procedures. Reports all accidents and damage to City property.
Responsible for knowing and complying with all City and department policies; participating in professional trainings and development; and adhering to attendance and workplace attire policies.

Generally duties are listed from most to least critical.
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Ad Title: Certified A Water and Wastewater Treatment Operator
Location: Front Range
Post Date: 11/12/19
Contact: Cassie Ali
City: Firestone
State: CO
Zip: 80504
Email: Cassie.a@recinc.net
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Description:
Ramey Environmental Compliance, Inc. is the leader of all-inclusive contract operations for water and wastewater services to municipal and industrial customers in the Rocky Mountain Region. Ramey Environmental Compliance, Inc. also provides collection system services including jet/vacuum cleaning and CCTV services as well as heavy equipment repair and replacement services. If you are tired of working at the same old facility and are looking for a way to broaden your knowledge in water and/or wastewater operations and maintenance then REC, Inc. is your place!

Work Schedule: Full-Time (40hrs/week with occasional overtime required) No night shifts unless called out. Rotating On-call, weekend and holiday schedules

Ramey Environmental provides all employees with yearly education allowances that can be used for training or renewing certifications. We also provide yearly HazMat, Confined Space, PPE and lockout tag out training. Wages are dependent on certifications and experience. Growth potential is unlimited for highly motivated employees.

$24.10-$39.

Plus $2,000.00 Hiring Bonus after completion of 6 months

Responsibilities:

Duties include but not limited to Operations & Maintenance of Water/Wastewater facilities.

Respond to on-call issues including alarms, customer complaints etc.
Conduct compliance monitoring and process control testing.
Conducts daily rounds at stations to obtain meter readings, check equipment, cleaning and observation for abnormal conditions
Manages day-to-day activities of operating and maintenance of treatment facilities.
Allocates work and provides technical direction, assistance and training to other personnel.
Ensures that all SOPs are followed, and DOT, OSHA and other requirements are met. Makes recommendations for improving SOPs.
Interacts with Operations Specialist and Vice President to ensure safety and permit compliance.
Interacts with contract laboratories to ensure proper reporting limits and any QA/QC issues
Communicates with client and customers related to routine technical aspects of operations and responds to inquiries.
Trains employees on proper plant operations, repair and installation techniques, SOPs and safe work practices.
Other duties as assigned.
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Ad Title: Industrial Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator
Location: Lockheed Martin, Littleton, CO
Post Date: 10/23/19
Contact: Gary Parham
City: Littleton
State: CO
Zip: 80125
Phone (W): 303-971-7570
Email: Gary.L.Parham@LMCO.com
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Description:
Lockheed Martin is seeking a qualified candidate to join the wastewater treatment plant staff. Responsibilities of this position include the day-to-day operations of the industrial wastewater treatment plant, vacuum pumper trucks, spill response, groundwater sampling support and collection systems operations.
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