Employment Opportunities - Rocky Mountain Water Environment Association
Ad Title: Crew Supervisor – Utilities Location: Lafayette, Colorado Post Date: 05/22/17 Contact: Penny Ford City: Lafayette State: CO Zip: 80026 Phone (W): 303 661 1250 Email:email@example.com Website:visit our website... Description: Oversees the work of assigned projects and participates in the work itself. Responsible for effectively laying out work, maintaining work schedules, and giving technical instructions to crew members.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The following duties are illustrative only and are not intended to be all inclusive: • Communicate policies, procedures, methods and techniques to crew members; • Implements changes in working conditions and processes, use of equipment and work schedules. • Supervises and works with a group of employees in various maintenance and operational activities and projects; • Assigns work to each crew member; maintains attendance records of assigned employees; compiles, reviews, and approves time card data; • Conducts Performance Appraisals • Trains employees when required. • Assists workers in resolving individual and work problems; • Recommends personnel actions to Superintendent. • Independently performs some specialized duties, • Work with water meters, prvs, sewer jetting equipment, maintain lift stations, • Operate and oversee operation of the camera truck • Performs a variety of basic to skilled labor and technical assignments; • Accounts for tools, equipment and supplies used by crew. • Prepares for daily work by securing all needed equipment, tools, etc. for the assigned crew; • May be in charge of equipment operation and maintenance. • Receives and reviews complaints from general public. • Reads and interprets construction drawings, job orders and job specifications; • May assume duties of Superintendent, as necessary. • Perform related work as required and assigned.
Ad Title: Staff Engineer - Operations Optimization Location: Denver, Colorado Post Date: 05/19/17 City: Denver State: CO Zip: 80229 Phone (W): 3032863308 Website:visit our website... Description: General Statement of Duties & Organizational Responsibilities
Performs and coordinates engineering activities in planning, study, design, operation and optimization of wastewater treatment facilities. Works under the general direction of the Operations Department Head and Technology and Innovation Division Head. May function as a project team leader directing and supervising the work of other engineers and engineering technicians.
Ad Title: Director or Public Works Location: Pueblo West, CO Post Date: 05/16/17 Contact: Jennifer Pearson, HR Analyst City: Pueblo West State: CO Zip: 81007 Phone (W): 719-547-5022 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Website:visit our website... Description: Applications will be accepted on-line from May 15, 2017 up to 11 p.m. on June 11, 2017 at the website address https://pueblowestmetro.com/172/job-Opportunities.
Under the supervision of the District Manager, directs the overall operation of the Pueblo West Department of Public Works, which includes the Divisions of Engineering, Streets and Roads, Fleet Services, and Facilities.
Work involves planning, organizing, directing, and controlling the functions, operations, and services of the above divisions. Responsibilities include supervising department staff, preparing budgets, determining department purchases, planning and coordinating work schedules, overseeing the services provided and representing the department. Assignments are expressed in terms of program and service objectives; the employee determines the specific projects and work activities to be performed, committing resources on his/her own authority and assuming full technical responsibility for the final results. Matters of policy, resources and program objectives are established by the District Manager and the Board of Directors.
Essential Job Functions:
Plans, organizes, directs, and controls work programs of the department; establishes and monitors controls to evaluate performance, takes appropriate actions to correct performance and adjust program efforts to meet requirements.
Manages positions and personnel of the department; counsels employees and administers discipline; enforces District personnel polices and procedures within the department.
Plans and uses resources; prepares budget, negotiates contracts and approves budgeted expenditures.
Coordinates department plans and schedules with other District departments; reports delays and problems and takes appropriate action to ensure coordination of activities.
Develops plans to meet unexpected situations and new developments; prepares for emergencies; keeps abreast of changes in the field.
Communicates and interacts effectively with individuals and groups at all levels and informs interested and involved parties of matters requiring their attention.
Involvement in and knowledge of Community Economic Development activities and principles is highly valuable.
Create, search and manage grants and outside funding options related to the Public Work Department.
Mentors division heads for the purpose of leadership development and to ensure the efficient and effective operation of each division.
Ensures compliance within the department with applicable policies, rules, regulations and laws.
Coordinates traffic control operations, equipment mobilization, training and safety program management.
Calculates quantities of materials required, monitors and accounts for materials usage.
Investigates, prioritizes and addresses complaints from supervisors, agencies, and general public.
Serves on task forces, work groups, and committees as a working member, resource and leader. Resolves problems affecting services to users. Represents the department and the District as required. Performs related work as required.
Knowledge of management principles and techniques as applied to the organization and direction of a public works agency.
Involvement in and knowledge of Community Economic Development activities and principles is highly valuable.
Community and Economic Development activities and principles are highly valued.
Ability to plan, organize, direct and control departmental functions; to provide the direction and leadership to the department staff; to establish and maintain effective working relationships with persons at all levels; to speak and write clearly and concisely.
Frequent use of keyboard devices. Field visits require walking over uneven or rough terrain, occasional light to moderately heavy lifting, occasional work in inclement weather.
The work is mostly sedentary with periods of light physical activity, and is performed in office surroundings. Typical positions require workers to walk or stand for long periods. May occasionally be required to lift and carry up to 20 pounds; climb stairs, bend, reach, hold, grasp and turn objects; and use fingers to operate computer or typewriter keyboards.
Worker is subject to frequent interruptions and deadlines, subject to being on call and providing required assistance during emergencies, may be required to attend meetings outside normal working hours, may be required to work unusual hours, weekends and holidays.
Regular organizational business hours are Monday-Friday 8:00am-5:00pm. Actual work schedule can be flexible to balance organizational and personal needs outside of the normal business schedule. Work is subject to recurring deadlines and interruptions. Attendance is expected at regular PWMD Board of Director evening meetings as scheduled (currently the second and fourth Tuesday of each month) and any special meetings. Attendance at Committee of Architecture meetings would be on an as needed basis.
Ad Title: Wastewater Treatment Plant ORC Location: Wellington, CO Post Date: 05/15/17 Contact: Ryan Abbott City: Wellington State: CO Zip: 80549 Phone (W): 970-568-3381 Email:email@example.com Website:visit our website... Description: SUMMARY: Performs technical and supervisory work planning, organizing and directing the operations, maintenance, and laboratory analysis at the Town of Wellington wastewater treatment plant.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: •Monitors treatment process and makes necessary adjustments as indicated by current conditions. •Monitors performance of machinery and equipment used to control the treatment process; makes process control decisions. •Inspects valves, pumps, gauges and other plant or lift station equipment on a regular basis. •Prepares inspection sheets, logs, and flow charts; prepares daily reports of analysis and test results for laboratory and regulatory agencies; maintains records; enters data to computer. •Tends influent pumps, blowers, feed pumps, dry and wet chemical feeders, aerators, telescopic settings, wet well, and other equipment used to decontaminate wastewater; reads and records effluent flow meter. •Inspects and cleans filters, tanks, clarifier weirs, and bar screens. •Changes out chlorine and sulfur dioxide cylinders for chlorinating/dechlorinating units. •Collects samples and completes chemical tests/analysis such as biochemical oxygen demand, dissolved oxygen, suspended solids, biomonitoring, and pH of in-process treatment of water/wastewater; Calculates chemical dosages and adds chemicals to maintain proper pH in aeration basin. •Determines and performs sludge wasting from aeration basin and aerobic digester. •Operates belt press as directed. •Conduct periodic checks of plant operational equipment. •Performs preventive and corrective maintenance on equipment; assists in repair of equipment, including lift stations. •Required EPA reporting through Net DMR •Maintains sludge drying beds. •Performs routine cleaning of equipment, grounds, and work areas. •Performs housekeeping and grounds maintenance duties; maintains the sprinkler system. •Performs routine electrical work. •Performs routine and preventative maintenance and repairs on all wastewater treatment equipment and lift stations •Performs routine welding, cutting and fabrication as needed. •Ensures proper operation and routine maintenance of sewage pumping stations. •Operates backhoe to load trucks with solid waste; operates dump truck to haul sludge to disposal areas. •On call after hours and on weekends to respond to emergencies. •Supervision, training and evaluation of operators •Performs other duties as assigned.
Ad Title: Water Treatment Plant ORC Location: Wellington, CO Post Date: 05/15/17 Contact: Ryan Abbott City: Wellington State: CO Zip: 80549 Phone (W): 970-568-3381 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Website:visit our website... Description: SUMMARY: Performs technical and supervisory work planning, organizing and directing the operations, maintenance, and laboratory analysis at the Town of Wellington water treatment plant.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: •Operates the water/wastewater treatment plants including related subsystems and instrumentation. •Monitors the treatment process from the control board/computer screen; monitors various treatment processes including coagulant feed, rapid mix, flocculation, sedimentation, filtration, and disinfection; monitors the addition of chemicals added for corrosion control and dental caries prevention. •Monitors water quality by performing laboratory tests at various stages in the treatment process including tests for chlorine residual, fluoride residual, chlorite residual, pH, turbidity, hardness, alkalinity, odors, and other tests as necessary to maintain water quality; calibrates laboratory equipment; maintains laboratory records. •Determines chemical dosage and makes adjustments to plant processes as necessary including for aluminum sulfate, chlorine, zinc orthophosphate, potassium permanganate, caustic soda, powdered activated carbon, and other chemicals. •Reads gauges and meters; interprets data to maintain the proper treatment process, proper distribution operation, security, and alarm status; makes flow adjustments. •Operates pumps and valves utilizing a SCADA system; operates power plant utilizing computer interface; monitors systems for alarms, make adjustments, and provides appropriate response; notifies water stand-by or other personnel as necessary to respond to problems. •Operates mechanical equipment including pumps and motors, chemical feed pumps and systems, air compressors, and manual, electrical, and pneumatically operated valves; operates hand and power tools; operates a light truck. •Operates chlorination equipment related to the chlorine and chlorine dioxide feed system; performs maintenance on chlorine system including chemical piping system; participates in calibration of chemical feed equipment. •Orders chemicals; takes delivery of bulk chemicals. •Maintains operational logs and records. •Makes visual inspections; monitors facilities and roads to insure adequate security. •Performs preventative and predictive maintenance on treatment plant equipment; assists specialized trades personnel in making major and/or specialized repairs to equipment; coordinates work of contractors and of other departments. •Operates the Town’s water distribution system including reservoirs and pump stations; ensures adequate availability and pressure to all service connections; •Provides appropriate response to emergencies and spills including those involving hazardous materials; wears respirators including self-contained breathing apparatus as required. •Responds to inquiries from vendors, suppliers, and public; answers questions from customers pertaining to water quality, low pressure, and leak reports. •On call after hours and on weekends to respond to emergencies. •Supervision, training and evaluation of operators •Performs related duties as required.
Ad Title: Utility Locator Location: Avon, CO Post Date: 05/15/17 Contact: Ali Kelkenberg City: Vail State: CO Zip: 81657 Phone (W): 9704775418 Email:email@example.com Website:visit our website... Description: The Eagle River Water and Sanitation District is currently seeking an experienced Utility Locator to perform activities related to utility locating including maintenance, locating and recording underground utility lines and other District assets. This position supports the goals of the Field Operations Department, which maintains and enhances the safety and well-being of the community by providing exceptional water and wastewater service, and maintaining the District’s extensive network of underground assets. The department continuously strives to meet the needs of the community by constantly focusing on customer service, efficient and effective utilization of resources, safety, innovation, and teamwork. The regular schedule for this position will be 40 hours a week Monday-Friday and will be responsible for occasional on-call shifts. This is an exciting opportunity for a positive, collaborative and communicative professional with good decision making ability. The ideal candidate for this role must be organized, have utility locating experience and be comfortable working on their own. This position will have a ton of daily variety, including working with lots of different people, office work and outdoor field work. And the best part: you get paid to drive around and see some pretty amazing places.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS • Locates underground utility lines for ERWSD/UERWA. • Uses utility maps, as-built civil engineering drawings, G.I.S. information, and various pipe and electronic locating equipment. • Utilizes stakes, flags, and/or paint to mark the location of underground utilities. • Utilizing Cityworks and 811 prepares various reports, forms, photos and memos to document work orders, and problems encountered and/or resolved. • Create and complete computer generated work orders daily using GIS and CMMS. • Updates ERWSD/UERWA program-related records. • Verifies field information and notifies the designated departments regarding updates and corrections. • Investigates and prepares detailed written documentation on excavations that result in damage to underground utilities. • Assists in shut down of mains for repairs or connections. • Provides support and back up to the Field Operations and Customer Service staff. • Operates and maintains mechanical and electronic equipment, • Demonstrate knowledge of District Regulations regarding development and construction. • Coordinate activities with other District Departments and/or Divisions. • Required to follow all District safety and security policies and wear Personal Protective Equipment as required by the job duties. • Other duties as assigned
Ad Title: Senior Maintenance Worker - Utilities Location: City of Golden, Golden, CO Post Date: 05/15/17 City: Golden State: CO Zip: 80401 Website:visit our website... Description: The City of Golden offers a unique small town atmosphere and a great work environment. Put your talents and skills to work in an organization whose basic tenet is: "Make the City of Golden a Great Place to Live and A Great Place to Work"
This position performs a variety of activities and equipment operation in the construction, operation, repair, maintenance and replacement of city water and sewer facilities and systems.
Ad Title: Class B Water Operator, ORC Location: Beulah, CO 81023 Post Date: 05/14/17 Contact: Bill Wheeler 719-485-3492 or Gary Kyte 485-3434 City: Beulah State: CO Zip: 81023 Phone (W): above Description: Position: Class B Water System Operator, ORC. Company Names and Location: Beulah Water Works District & Pine Drive Water District, Beulah, CO (719) 485-3492 (719) 485-3434 Located in a Colorado mountain community
Salary and Benefits: 1. Salary range $40,000.00 to $55,000.00, negotiable based on experience. 2. PERA retirement 3. Cell phone and plan furnished.
Job Description: Minimum of four years’ experience at Class B level with current certifications in class B and distribution systems.
Manage and operate two (2) Special District water systems, approx. 325 metered taps, full time.
Duties and Responsibilities: Operate, coordinate, measure, record, monitor, and maintain Districts’ treatment plants, distribution, storage and raw and treated water systems. 1. Water sampling programs and testing. 2. Cross-Connection Control Program. 3. Monthly meter reading and repair/replace meters. 4. Hydrant testing, flushing and repair. 5. Keep water infrastructure records. 6. Leak detection. 7. Repair water mains and direct repair crews. 8. Maintain all required records of work performed. 9. Ensure safe work practices and procedures compliant with OSHA regulations. 10. Operate and maintain OPTO 22 program and radio communication control system. 11. Coordinate/assist with water construction projects. 12. Provide written monthly reports to both District Boards, attend board meetings. 13. Maintain adequate materials and supplies to insure continuity of water operations. 14. Research and maintain current knowledge of applicable government policies and law. 15. Supervise, monitor, train and evaluate one part-time operator.
Knowledge Of: 1. Regulations, principles, and practices of water distribution systems/maintenance. 2. Use of standard hand and power tools and equipment. 3. Principles and practices of electrical, mechanical, and plumbing system installation, maintenance, service and repair. 4. Safety practices and procedures including proper handling and storage of chlorine and other hazardous chemicals.
Skill in: 1. Operating computerized and mechanical equipment to control plant processes. 2. Recognizing unusual, inefficient, or unsafe conditions and taking appropriate action. 3. Performing accurate calculations. 4. Reading and interpreting plans, diagrams, specifications, and maps. 5. Using initiative and independent judgement within established and acceptable guidelines. 6. Establishing and maintaining effective work relationships with coworkers, Board members, contractors and the public. Having sufficient maturity, tact and experience to provide leadership and training to other operator(s), to assure compliance with applicable regulations/protocols, and to resolve conflicts. 7. Keeping a clean appearance of treatment plant, pump stations and grounds. 8. Having ability to set work priorities. 9. Demonstrating ability to communicate, both verbally and in writing, to write procedures, protocols, and to work with local, state and federal agencies.
Physical and Other Demands:
1. Some heavy lifting, digging with a shovel, reaching, crawling, stooping, crouching, walking over rough or uneven terrain, and climbing on ladders. 2. Be available after hours and on weekend if needed.
General Requirements: 1. Must have or obtain and maintain a valid Colorado driver’s license. 2. Have completed incident command training NIMS 700, ICS 100 or equivalent as required for public utility employees. 3. Submit to a 50-state criminal background check. 4. Submit to standardized drug screening if an offer of employment is made; employment is contingent upon passing the drug screen.
Ad Title: Maintenance Mechanic Location: Highlands Ranch, CO Post Date: 05/10/17 Contact: Human Resources City: Highlands Ranch State: CO Zip: 80129 Phone (W): 303-791-0430 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Website:visit our website... Description: Centennial Water and Sanitation District is currently accepting applications for a Maintenance Mechanic position. Applicants must have a positive attitude and the desire to work in a strong team environment.
Duties include performing a variety of tasks, skilled and semi-skilled, necessary to maintain equipment and structures used in the collection, transportation, storage and processing of water and wastewater. Successful candidate will perform corrective and preventive maintenance on mechanical equipment.
Applicants must have experience with industrial / mechanical equipment such as pumps and valves. High school diploma or GED equivalent are required. Colorado Driver’s License and acceptable motor vehicle record are also required. Additionally, applicants must be able to obtain a Colorado Commercial Driver’s License A with Hazmat endorsement. Rotating “on call” shifts are required for this position and applicant must be able to respond to emergency calls within thirty (30) minutes.
Please submit application to: Centennial Water and Sanitation District, Human Resources, 62 West Plaza Drive, Highlands Ranch, CO 80129.
Applications are available on our website at http://centennialwater.org/jobs/
Starting salary is $21.43 per hour. Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Applications will be accepted until position has been filled.
Ad Title: Master Electrician Location: Northglenn, CO Post Date: 05/04/17 Contact: Debbie Garcia City: Northglenn State: CO Zip: 80233 Phone (W): 303-450-8806 Email:email@example.com Website:visit our website... Description: This position is responsible for supervisory and skilled technical work in the installation, maintenance, repair, and testing of equipment. An employee in this class is required to hold a Colorado Master Electrician License.
Ad Title: Lead Plant Operator Location: Town of Morrison Post Date: 04/27/17 Contact: Kristi Dixon City: Morrison State: CO Zip: 80465 Phone (W): 303-697-8749 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Website:visit our website... Description: JOB DESCRIPTION Perform daily operations of water and wastewater treatment. Perform daily operation in collection and distribution systems.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES • Lead operator reports to the Public Works Director •Performs operations and adjustments of water, wastewater, collections and distribution systems •Performs and oversees maintenance of town infrastructure when approved by Public Works Director •Updates, modifies and creates SOP (standard operating procedures) and submit to Public Works Director for approval •Orders supplies, equipment and chemicals contingent on approval of the Public Works Director •Trains, guides and oversees other operators when asked to do so •Continuous communication with Public Works Director; providing updates and feedback for any and all issues •Available to be on-call for weekend work, holidays and emergencies •Attends meetings and project sites when requested by the Public Works Director •Ability to take the lead and manage projects delegated by the Public Works Director as it pertains to the Utility Department •Ability to be flexible and available (example: come in early or stay late as needed) • Oversee and verify that monthly operation reports and MWAT for WWTP are completed by the 1st of every month for the Public Works Director use for state reporting. •Ability to do state sampling when delegated by Public Works Director •Maintenance and repair of Utility Department infrastructure. •Perform sampling and lab testing for operational control and compliance with CDPHE and EPA regulations. •Perform additional sampling/testing as indicated by plant standards and performance. •Effective communication with Public Works Director and other operators. •Provide accurate log notes and proper documentation of plant operations. •Perform chemical dosage/usage calculations. •Perform water production/usage projections. •Rotating of weekends, holidays and "on-call" shifts required. •Additional duties as assigned. EQUIPMENT USED •Plant equipment including on-line and bench lab equipment, pumps, and motors. •Specialized equipment such as decanters and sludge de-watering equipment. •Hand and power tools. •Motorized vehicles such as trucks, Kubota tractor, and backhoe.
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS •Indoor work includes exposure to liquid and dry chemicals. Exposure to operating machinery. •Outdoor work during inclement weather conditions. •Some indoor and outdoor conditions can require site assessment before entry and/or intervention. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: MODERATE •Requires hand/eye and foot/eye coordination for operating machines including trucks, tractors, backhoe etc. •Frequent lifting and carrying of objects weighing less than 50 pounds. •The ability to lift and carry objects weighing over 50 pounds. •Often on your feet walking or standing to monitor treatment plant operations.
Ad Title: Superintendent of Field Operations Location: Highlands Ranch, CO Post Date: 04/27/17 Contact: Human Resources City: Highlands Ranch State: CO Zip: 80129 Phone (W): 303-791-0430 Email:email@example.com Website:visit our website... Description: Centennial Water and Sanitation District, serving over 95,000 customers in the community of Highlands Ranch, CO and adjoining portions of northern Douglas County, is seeking an experienced Director of Water and Wastewater 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 of 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 and to ensure compliance with applicable state and federal laws and regulations. Supervises collection and distribution, utility inspection, field operations, 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 operating/ maintenance and capital budgets for field operations; 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 field operations 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, site clean-up.
Ad Title: Water/Wastewater Operations and Maintenance Location: Stonegate, Parker CO Post Date: 04/26/17 Contact: Gerard Whelan Phone (W): 303 912 1126 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Description: Full-time position opening in Water/Wastewater, Collection/Distribution operations and maintenance. Work with a small staff in an upgraded Wastewater Treatment Facility, Water Treatment Facility and in the field maintaining the Collection and Distribution System. Weekend, Holiday's and on call work is required. Possession of a valid Colorado Driver License is required. Benefits include health insurance and 401K. Salary will depend on qualifications and experience. more info...
Ad Title: DISTRICT MANAGER - SANITATION DISTRICT Location: Grand Lake, CO Post Date: 04/13/17 Contact: Sally Blea City: Grand Lake State: CO Zip: 80447 Phone (W): 970-627-3544 Email:email@example.com Website:visit our website... Description: Hired by the Board of Directors, the District Manager serves as Chief Executive Officer of the District and implements Board policy. The District Manager determines and executes the organization’s administrative, financial and operational policies; and further manages the administration of the business affairs of the District. A full job description is available and can be viewed on the District’s website as well as available for public view at the office of the District. more info...
Ad Title: Class C - A Water Treatment Plant Operator Location: Brighton, CO Post Date: 04/11/17 Contact: Human Resources City: Aurora State: CO Zip: 80016 Phone (W): 303-693-3800 Email:Jobsis@eccv.org Website:visit our website... Description: Our Operators provide critical support to our mission of “Sustaining our community by providing safe, reliable water” by applying their knowledge and experience in plant operations, distribution, instrumentation and minor facility equipment maintenance.
JOB LOCATION: 21850 Frontage Rd., Brighton CO
TARGET HIRING PAY RANGE for “C” - “A” Water Operator Certification: $21-$33/hr depending on qualifications and experience.
SCHEDULE: Winter Schedule Oct to May - 2 operators work Mon-Thu 10 hr shift (No Weekends) • 2 operators work Tues-Fri 10 hrs shift (No Weekends) • On call operator will monitor from home (on call once every 5 weeks)
Summer Schedule May to Oct - 2 Operators work Mon-Wed 10 hr shift & work every other weekend • 2 Operators work Wed-Fri 10 hr shift and work every other weekend • On call operator will monitor from home (on call once every 5 weeks)
SHIFT TIMES: 6:00 am to 4:30 pm (No night shifts)
RESPONSIBILITIES: • Operation of a Reverse Osmosis Purification Facility including Ultra Violet disinfection. • Ensures compliance of all State and EPA Regulations. • Monitors raw water flow rates, finish water flow rates and chemical dosing. • Performs water quality analysis. • Utilizes Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) for operations and monitoring of plant performance. • Maintains plant equipment, raw water pumping equipment and distribution equipment to ensure proper operation of the treatment facility.
BENEFITS: • Collaborative, friendly, supportive team environment. • Employees are trusted, allowed to do their job and use their best judgement in the field. • Employees are encouraged to acquire additional certifications including paid training, testing, and bonus for additional certifications acquired. • Outstanding benefits that include Retirement Plans, Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Short Term and Long Term Disability Insurance, Paid time off (PTO) and Holidays.
Our team is comprised of people who take pride in their jobs, utilize their expertise, and can be trusted by our customers, Board, and staff to deliver the highest quality service possible.
If you are interested in joining our team, please visit our website at www.eccv.org and submit an ECCV Employment Application. ECCV is an equal opportunity employer.
Ad Title: Seasonal Maintenance Worker Location: Highlands Ranch, CO Post Date: 04/07/17 Contact: Human Resources City: Highlands Ranch State: CO Zip: 80129 Phone (W): 303-791-0430 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Website:visit our website... Description: Centennial Water and Sanitation District is currently accepting applications for a Seasonal Maintenance Worker position. Successful applicants must have the desire to work in a great team environment and have the ability to perform physical labor as required.
Duties will include: • Routine manual labor • Fire hydrant maintenance • Janitorial tasks • Assisting other District personnel with field operations and facilities • Wastewater Plant maintenance including landscaping, painting, and other duties as assigned
Ad Title: Instrumentation & Controls Tech - Wastewater Facility Location: Henderson, CO Post Date: 04/06/17 City: Henderson State: CO Zip: 80640 Email:email@example.com Website:visit our website... 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 fill a new position within our Wastewater Treatment Facility in the capacity of a SCADA Instrumentation & Controls Tech.
This position provides technical support in the planning, enhancement, installation, system integration, maintenance, and repair of instrumentation and control equipment and systems for various data acquisition, SCADA, radio communication. The tech will also troubleshoot complex problems; gather, interpret and analyze data; install electrical circuits and associated equipment; calibrate and test wastewater systems instrumentation as well as programs and maintains PLC’s, RTU’s and data acquisition/telemetry systems.
Ad Title: Project Engineer/Project Manager Location: Lakewood, CO Post Date: 04/06/17 Contact: Emily Allen City: Lakewood State: CO Zip: 80228 Phone (W): 720.744.2201 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Website:visit our website... Description: Since 1919, Kennedy/Jenks Consultants has provided engineering and scientific solutions to municipal agencies, businesses, and industrial facilities. With offices serving clients throughout the United States, we provide consulting services nationwide.
We are currently seeking a Project Engineer/Project Manager in our Lakewood, Colorado office to work on exciting water, wastewater, and stormwater management projects.
What you’ll be doing: In this role, you will be working with our multi-disciplinary engineering team in the planning, design and construction of all types of water resource and infrastructure projects; including pump stations, treatment facilities, and pipeline systems. You will be a key participant in the entire consulting process, including developing and maintaining client relationships, supporting marketing efforts, and delivering high-quality services to our clients that exceeds their expectations.
Duties include supporting Project Managers, and serving as a Deputy Project Manager/Project Engineer for:
•Planning level feasibility studies, system master plans, and facilities plans; including technical writing and report preparation
•Design of water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure projects including pipelines, pump stations, and treatment facilities
•Engineering services during construction of projects
Other specific activities include participating in our quality control program, providing project schedule and budget control, and coordinating with project team members and involved regulatory entities.
As an employee-owned firm, Kennedy/Jenks offers a unique company culture with a corporate commitment to a maintaining a positive work/life experience. Kennedy/Jenks Consultants provides excellent compensation and comprehensive benefits packages, including career advancement opportunities, outstanding training opportunities, stock ownership, profit sharing and excellent health, dental, and life insurance.
Kennedy/Jenks Consultants is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
Ad Title: Civil Project Engineer III – Surface Water/Urban Stormwater Engineer Location: Denver, CO Post Date: 03/28/17 Contact: Julie Nelsen City: Greenwood Village State: CO Zip: 80111 Phone (W): 303-353-3638 Email:email@example.com Website:visit our website... Description: Merrick & Company is seeking a Project Engineer / Civil Engineer III with experience in analysis, design and construction oversight of urban stormwater and surface water infrastructure to join our Water Group in our Denver, Greenwood Village and Loveland Colorado offices.
Job Description Perform assignments in the analysis and design of surface water and storm water features and infrastructure. Prepare and review working drawings, details, layouts, cost estimates, studies, reports and work products. Position also involves providing construction support and oversight including administration and limited inspection, submittal review and document management. Must be capable of performing independent design tasks, reviewing the designs of others, preparing bid documents including drawings and specifications, and organizing all drawings, reports, calculations, and associated project deliverables, after receiving initial instructions from project manager, while receiving limited supervision. Must be capable of directing and managing a team of design engineers and/or technicians on water projects. Must become knowledgeable of Merrick procedures, understand them and be able to apply them when required. Candidate must be capable of making sound engineering decisions, exercise initiative, judgment and knowledge commensurate with the responsibilities of the position.
The successful candidate must possess good interpersonal skills to effectively interface with clients and Local, State, and Federal government agencies and be capable to lead project progress meetings, make project presentations, and provide clear written communications. Additional duties may involve project management for projects including managing budget, schedule, and client expectations.
Ad Title: Civil Water Engineer III –Water and Wastewater Location: Loveland, CO Post Date: 03/28/17 Contact: Julie Nelsen City: Greenwood Village State: CO Zip: 80111 Phone (W): 303-353-3638 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Website:visit our website... Description: Civil Water Engineer III –Water and Wastewater CO-LOV-17-046 (#LI-CC1)
Introduction Merrick & Company is seeking a Civil Engineer III with experience in design and construction oversight of water and wastewater infrastructure to join our Water Group in our Loveland, CO and Denver, CO office.
Job Description · Perform assignments in the analysis and design of water and wastewater systems. · Prepare and review working drawings, details, layouts, cost estimates, studies, reports and work products. · Position also involves providing construction support and oversight including administration and limited inspection, document review of designs by others for conformance of design standards and support to municipal water and sewer operations and maintenance. · Must be capable of performing independent design tasks, reviewing the designs of others, preparing bid documents including drawings and specifications, and organizing all drawings, reports, calculations, and associated project deliverables, after receiving initial instructions from project manager, while receiving limited supervision. · Must become knowledgeable of Merrick procedures, understand them and be able to apply them when required. · Candidate must be capable of making sound engineering decisions, exercise initiative, judgment and knowledge commensurate with the responsibilities of the position. · The successful candidate must possess good interpersonal skills to effectively interface with clients and Local, State, and Federal government agencies and be capable to lead project progress meetings, make project presentations, and provide clear written communications. · Additional duties may involve project management for projects. · Some travel may be required. more info...
Ad Title: Summer Seasonal Systems Maintenance – Eagle River Water and Sanitati Location: Avon, CO Post Date: 03/27/17 Contact: Alison Kelkenberg City: Vail State: CO Zip: 81567 Phone (W): 9704775418 Email:email@example.com Website:visit our website... Description: Looking for a great Summer job with great views and a purpose? Eagle River Water and Sanitation District is currently seeking Seasonal Systems Maintenance Workers to support the Field Operations department in Summer operations. This role will support the goals of the Field Operations Department, which maintains and enhances the safety and well-being of the community by providing exceptional water and wastewater service, and maintaining the District’s extensive network of underground assets. The department continuously strives to meet the needs of the community by constantly focusing on customer service, efficient and effective utilization of resources, safety, innovation, and teamwork. This is a great opportunity for a candidate who would like to gain some exposure to our industry and to work outdoors in a role that provides a service for our community. Other benefits include paid holidays and opportunities for training.
The regular schedule for this position will be 7:00am-3:30pm Monday-Friday but may work weekends or holidays as required. This position will work up to 1000 hours for the season and will be based out of the Avon Wastewater Treatment Facility. We are also
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. • Assists in performing or performs repairs to fire hydrants, water mains, water valves, PRV's, sewer lines, sewer manholes, lift stations and helping other departments as needed. • Performs repairs on equipment used by maintenance department. • Operates power and hand tools in assisting with main repairs and system maintenance. • Completes work orders daily and work order requests for jobs. • Conducts general maintenance and painting. • Performs traffic control on job sites. • Must be willing to work overtime and weekends. • Required to follow all District safety and security policies and wear Personal Protective Equipment as required by the job duties
Ad Title: Industrial Mechanic - Water Plant Location: Boulder, CO Post Date: 03/21/17 Website:visit our website... Description: OVERALL JOB OBJECTIVE:
Under general supervision, to perform a variety of skilled maintenance, repair, and construction tasks on wastewater treatment equipment and facilities to ensure reliable and effective operation of the wastewater treatment facility, and to perform related duties as required.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Performs skilled maintenance and repair on treatment facility and remote facility equipment. This includes the following: Troubleshoots, repairs, and overhauls pumps, motors, electrical breakers, circuitry, and associated equipment, variable frequency drives, valves and piping, chemical feeders, material conveyance equipment, hydraulic and pneumatic equipment, methane and natural gas boilers, and HVAC equipment. Evaluates failed equipment or parts and implements proactive repairs that correct the cause of failure. Estimates repair costs and purchases repair parts. Estimates equipment downtime and assists Supervisors with coordinating repair activities with the operations staff. Improvises repairs during emergency situations to keep facility equipment and electrical systems operational to maintain compliance with National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit requirements. Updates Plant Operators and others regarding equipment problems. Trains others in the proper operation and maintenance of equipment. 2. Performs technical diagnosis including: Performs vibration analyses on rotating equipment using hand-held diagnostic equipment and computer software to detect cause of problem and implement corrective action. Utilizes precision alignment equipment on a routine basis or when installing equipment to ensure proper alignment of machinery and drive motors. Uses electrical diagnostic equipment to make repairs or recommendations regarding low and high voltage electrical circuitry and controls. Utilizes computer software programs to diagnose and repair HVAC problems. 3. Directs and completes non-routine work projects including planning, purchasing supplies, coordinating the work effort, and communicating with other appropriate work groups. Modifies and upgrades facility equipment to meet treatment process needs. 4. Reads and interprets technical manuals and electronic, electrical, and mechanical schematics in the course of troubleshooting problems. Updates electrical/mechanical blueprints and schematics as system revisions are made. 5. Serves on various facility committees and projects such as safety, plant design and construction. Works with design consultants and construction managers on facility improvement projects and assists in oversight responsibilities. Directs and oversees contract maintenance and repair work. 6. Utilizes computerized maintenance management software (CMMS) to track repair work, spare parts usage, and maintenance activities, both preventative and corrective. 7. Maintains spare parts and supply inventories. Orders and purchases parts, supplies, and tools. 8. Oversees maintenance shop including checking out tools and supplies and maintaining a clean and safe work environment. 9. Is alert to conditions and events occurring at the wastewater treatment facility, anticipates needed repairs, and makes related recommendations. Updates technical knowledge through training, trade journals/publications, internet websites, and sharing information and job experiences with other employees. 10.Other: Performs related duties as required to meet the needs of the city. Takes proper safety precautions to prevent accidents. Responsible for the safety of self, others, materials, and equipment. Uses all required safety equipment and follows all safety regulations, policies and procedures. Reports all accidents and damage to city property. Responsible for knowing and complying with all city and department policies; participating in professional trainings and development; and adhering to attendance and workplace attire policies. Generally, duties and responsibilities are listed from most to least critical or time consuming more info...
Ad Title: Water Resources Maintenance Worker I - Seasonal Location: City of Brighton Post Date: 03/14/17 Contact: Marta Matsuno City: Brighton State: CO Zip: 80601 Phone (W): 303-655-2098 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Website:visit our website... Description: POSITION: Water Resources Maintenance Worker I - Seasonal SALARY: $16.15/hr. DEPARTMENT: Utilities CLOSES: Open Until Filled Performs a variety of unskilled and semi-skilled duties in the operation and maintenance of the wastewater treatment plant. Looking for someone who likes to learn in a challenging and stimulating work environment, upward mobility based on your motivation to learn. This position is trainable.
Example of Duties: Make scheduled wastewater treatment plant rounds observing plant operations, performing a variety of duties pertaining to wastewater treatment and noting plant maintenance needs. Monitor plant functions by reading gauges, graphs, meters, and control panels and SCADA system. Collect samples and perform routine laboratory tests, document results and take appropriate actions. Assist in a variety of maintenance and repairs of plant equipment and facilities including lubricating, painting, rebuilding and replacing treatment system parts and components. Clean and maintain tanks, screens, filters, pipes and pumps. Assist in inspecting and adjusting field pumping stations. Identify and inform supervisor and co-workers of present and potential problems and hazards. Train in the techniques and practices of wastewater treatment in order to become certified or to increase certification. Operate equipment and vehicles to repair and maintain the plant grounds. Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned. This position may be exposed to fumes, pathogens, airborne particles and various chemicals, some of which may be toxic. Work environment includes exposure to various conditions including excessive noise and extreme heat or cold. Use of a respirator may be required for some tasks and the operator may have to work in confined spaces.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Basic principles of high school biology and chemistry as applied to wastewater treatment. Ability to conduct basic laboratory tests, maintain records and compile data into written reports, recognize and react to treatment process changes and demands. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with fellow workers and supervisors. Must be able to lift 50 pounds. Must be able to work weekends.
Ad Title: Utility Locator Location: Avon, CO Post Date: 03/13/17 Contact: Alison Kelkenberg City: Vail State: CO Zip: 81657 Phone (W): 9704775418 Email:email@example.com Website:visit our website... Description: The Eagle River Water and Sanitation District is currently seeking an experienced Utility Locator to perform activities related to utility locating including maintenance, locating and recording underground utility lines and other District assets.
This position supports the goals of the Field Operations Department, which maintains and enhances the safety and well-being of the community by providing exceptional water and wastewater service, and maintaining the District’s extensive network of underground assets. The department continuously strives to meet the needs of the community by constantly focusing on customer service, efficient and effective utilization of resources, safety, innovation, and teamwork.
The regular schedule for this position will be 40 hours a week Monday-Friday and will be responsible for occasional on-call shifts.
This is an exciting opportunity for a positive, collaborative and communicative professional with good decision making ability. The ideal candidate for this role must be organized, have utility locating experience and be comfortable working on their own. This position will have a ton of daily variety, including working with lots of different people, office work and outdoor field work. And the best part: you get paid to drive around and see some pretty amazing places.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS Locates underground utility lines for ERWSD/UERWA. Uses utility maps, as-built civil engineering drawings, G.I.S. information, and various pipe and electronic locating equipment. Utilizes stakes, flags, and/or paint to mark the location of underground utilities. Utilizing Cityworks and 811 prepares various reports, forms, photos and memos to document work orders, and problems encountered and/or resolved. Create and complete computer generated work orders daily using GIS and CMMS. Updates ERWSD/UERWA program-related records. Verifies field information and notifies the designated departments regarding updates and corrections. Investigates and prepares detailed written documentation on excavations that result in damage to underground utilities. Assists in shut down of mains for repairs or connections. Provides support and back up to the Field Operations and Customer Service staff. Operates and maintains mechanical and electronic equipment, Demonstrate knowledge of District Regulations regarding development and construction. Coordinate activities with other District Departments and/or Divisions. Required to follow all District safety and security policies and wear Personal Protective Equipment as required by the job duties. Other duties as assigned more info...
Ad Title: Public Works Location: Town of Nunn Post Date: 02/24/17 Contact: Cathy Payne City: Town of Nunn State: CO Zip: 80648 Phone (W): 970-897-2385 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Description: Must have the ability to maintain the Town's infrastructure and cemetery. This includes operating town equipment, reading water meters, repairs, as needed for water lines, equipment, etc. Need to be detail orientated. Salary, negotiable depending on experience and qualifications. more info...