Employment Opportunities - Rocky Mountain Water Environment Association
Ad Title: Water and Waste Water Operator Location: Littleton Colorado Post Date: 06/26/17 Contact: Jeff Sucher City: Littleton State: CO Zip: 80127 Phone (W): 303-884-6755 Email:email@example.com Description: Water and Waste Water Operations Company is accepting resumes to fill one operations position. Selected candidate is required to have at least a "D" level in both water and waste water, however, a higher license would be preferred.
* Perform and complete facility plant checks, process control, process control sampling, record data on log sheets, maintain cleanliness in facilities managed
* Collect required samples and deliver them in a timely manner to the lab for required analysis
* Actively seek improvement in efficiency and effectiveness in operations and maintenance of assigned facilities
* Must have ability to perform fundamental water and waste water process control math
* Candidate needs to have a working knowledge pumps, valves, motors etc., that are commonly found in water and waste water treatment facilities - Ideal candidate would be very strong mechanically in this area
* Must be available for after-hours emergency response as needed
* Represent the company in a professional, responsible manner
* $20/Hr to start
* Health and Dental Insurance, covered 80% by company for individual
Ad Title: Fleet Mechanic Location: City of Lafayette Post Date: 06/23/17 Contact: Penny Ford City: Lafayette State: CO Zip: 80026 Phone (W): 303 661 1250 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Website:visit our website... Description: Maintain assigned equipment for the City, e.g., police, fire, parks, or public works. Perform a full range of automotive, large and small equipment, and other mechanical work as assigned. Perform tune-ups, electrical repairs, major overhauls, welding, as well as routine service and repair duties.
Ad Title: Roxborough Water & Sanitation District - Water/Waste Water Operator Location: Littleton, CO Post Date: 06/22/17 Contact: Mike Marcum City: Littleton State: CO Zip: 80125 Phone (W): 3039797286 Email:email@example.com Website:visit our website... Description: Description: Roxborough Water & Sanitation District is hiring a full time, entry level, water & wastewater operator. Duties to include day to day operations of the water & wastewater plants and sewage lift stations. Additional duties to include but not be limited to process testing, distribution system testing, equipment maintenance and general upkeep of the facilities. All applicants must obtain a valid driver’s license and have the ability to pass a drug screen.
Ad Title: Roxborough Water & Sanitation District - Water/Waste Water Operator Location: Littleton, CO Post Date: 06/22/17 Contact: Mike Marcum City: Littleton State: CO Zip: 80125 Phone (W): 3039797286 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Website:visit our website... Description: Description: Roxborough Water & Sanitation District is hiring a full time, entry level, field technician. Duties include day to day operations of the collection and distribution system. Additional duties to include but not be limited to be utility locates, valve turning, fire hydrant flushing, meter installations & customer service calls. All applicants must obtain a valid driver’s license and have the ability to pass a drug screen.
Ad Title: PUBLIC WORKS MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN I/II - DISTRIBUTION & COLLECTIONS Location: 645 Holbrook Street, Erie CO 80516 Post Date: 06/22/17 Contact: Brittni Wilts City: Erie State: CO Zip: 80516 Phone (W): 3039262744 Email:email@example.com Website:visit our website... Description: The Town of Erie Public Works Department, is currently accepting applications for the position of Maintenance Technician I/II D&C. The Maintenance Technician positions provide a variety of unskilled, semi-skilled and skilled laboring tasks in support of the operation and maintenance of Town streets, roadways, water distribution system, wastewater collection systems, rights of ways and other Town infrastructure.
Salary range Maintenance Technician I: $17.15/hr. - $20.38/hr. Salary range experienced Maintenance Technician II: $19.82/hr. - $23.56/hr.
The below list is intended to be illustrative of the responsibilities of the position and not all encompassing. The Town may change these duties at any time.
•Performs a variety of duties that requires considerable knowledge of the use and wear of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). •Assists, performs and/or directs a variety of routine to complex maintenance and construction activities to include sewer jetting, storm water system maintenance, hydrant flushing and maintenance, street signage, street sweeping, vacuum truck operations. •Operates heavy and light duty equipment to perform related maintenance and construction assignments. •Performs a variety of meter reading tasks to include reading residential, raw water and commercial meters, conducting turnoffs/turn-ons, changing out meters and maintaining detailed records of all activities. •Performs a variety of heavy laboring activities including the use of hand tools, light power equipment and heavy construction and maintenance equipment. •Performs or inspects concrete and asphalt installations and works with Town inspectors as needed. •Performs routine safety checks of equipment and minor maintenance activities on vehicles and equipment and maintains records of activities. •Manufactures, installs and maintains a variety of specialized and complex equipment and performs light mechanical repair and maintenance. •Performs data entry of information, maintenance logs and other data. •Maintains a safe working environment to include working in traffic and congested areas, working in ditches and confined spaces and all work environments. •Responds to customer inquiries and complaints. •Prepares necessary records and reports. •Assists in the cleaning and organization of shop area. •Performs snow removal activities either by hand, small equipment or heavy equipment as assigned. •Must be able to work on-call schedule as assigned. •Performs related work as required and assigned.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required:
•Ability to use or learn to use hand tools and heavy equipment such as backhoe, dump truck, bobcat, snow plow. •Ability to read and comprehend simple instruction, short correspondence, and memos and carry out detailed but uninvolved written or oral instructions. •Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals. •Ability to read maps and drawings. •Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationship with employees and the public. •Ability to effectively present information in a one-on-one and/or small group situation, to customers, clients, and other employees of the organization. •Ability to trouble-shoot and resolve problems involving variables in any standardized situation. •Ability to supervise and direct subordinates in the absence of division supervisor. •Availability to work on-call schedule.
Town of Erie Benefits The Town of Erie offers a comprehensive benefit package and pays a major portion of the employee premium to make these benefits more affordable for you. Coverage of these benefits begin the 1st of the month following date of hire for benefited employees working 30 hours per week. Each year you will have the option of changing your elections through open enrollment. Designated full time employees are eligible for the following benefits. •Medical •Dental •Life & AD&D •Voluntary Life & AD&D •Short-Term Disability •Long-Term Disability •Vision •Employee Assistance Program •Retirement Plan •Paid Time-Off & Holiday Pay •Free membership to the Erie Community Center
Ad Title: District Water Operator Contact: Manny Ortega City: Colorado Springs State: CO Zip: 80917 Phone (W): 719 597 5080 Email:Mortega@cherokeemetro.org Website:visit our website... Description: The Cherokee Metropolitan District has an opening for the position of District Water Operator. This position will require the operator to assist with the daily operations of the District, to include meter reading, customer service response, and line locating. This position requires the employee to assist with assignments as directed by management that are necessary to enhance the operations of the District and may include work not described. This position will require the operator to perform a full-range of semi-skilled and skilled duties involving process control, operation, maintenance, and repair of equipment.
This is an entry level position, requiring no previous experience. Applicants with prior experience preferred. Employee will receive all educational training as well as appropriate safety training in accordance with District Rules and Guidelines.
Ad Title: Wastewater Operator Location: Edwards, CO Post Date: 06/21/17 Contact: Alison Kelkenberg City: Vail State: CO Zip: 81657 Phone (W): 9704775418 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Website:visit our website... Description: Wastewater Operator - Eagle River Water and Sanitation District
Edwards Wastewater Treatment Plant recently completed a $25M expansion for process upgrades. We are currently seeking a new Wastewater Operator to join the team and help in the care and maintenance of our processes and assets including 90 pumps, 14 blowers, 50 automated valves, 9 MAU’s, 7 A/C units, 10 foul air fans, 20 exhaust fans, 4 PI units, 4 biofilters, 10 MCC’s, 6 clarifier drives, 2 centrifuges, 2 RDT’s, 1 conveyor, 3 generators, 3 switch gears- Phew! That’s a lot of moving parts to care for, so we are looking for someone with strong proven maintenance skills who wants to learn about the wastewater treatment process.
The ideal candidate for this role has a heart for community service, strong team values and work ethic. This position will use a mix of chemistry, biology and maintenance to provide a service to the community by creating and controlling an environment for bacteria and microorganisms to thrive in order to discharge clean and non-polluted water back to the river.
Why work for us? The work you will do as a Wastewater Operator will have an immediate positive environmental impact on our community. Not to mention our excellent benefits and opportunities for training, certification and development.
The Day to Day:
OPERATIONS: Operates pumps, motors, controllers, instrumentation and other equipment. Opens and closes gates and valves according to gauge readings or warning lights on equipment. Operates odor control systems.
ANALYSIS: Collects and calculates wastewater operations and control data including SCADA systems.
CHEMISTRY: Collects samples and conducts wastewater laboratory tests.
BIOLOGY / CHEMISTRY: Collects samples, conducts wastewater laboratory tests, and analyzes data. Make process adjustments and changes in order to discharge an effluent that meets facility permit limits.
MAINTENANCE: Performs general equipment inspection and maintenance. Performs minor equipment repair and adjustments. Recommends repairs, changes and work orders to Plant Supervisor. Changes chemical containers, delivers needed materials, and performs general plant maintenance and housekeeping.
TEAMWORK: Serves as shift operator on a rotating basis, as assigned. Recommends and or makes process control changes to meet certain conditions. Required to follow all District safety and security policies and wear Personal Protective Equipment as required by the job duties.
Ad Title: Utility Customer Service Rep/Billing Clerk Location: Highlands Ranch, CO Post Date: 06/20/17 Contact: Human Resources City: Highlands Ranch State: CO Zip: 80129 Phone (W): 3037910430 Email:email@example.com Website:visit our website... Description: Centennial Water and Sanitation District is currently accepting applications for a Utility Customer Service Rep/Billing Clerk position. Applicants must have a strong desire to provide excellent customer service to the Highlands Ranch community and work in a great team environment.
This is a full-time position working forty (40) hours per week, Monday through Friday.
Duties include assisting customers in person, by telephone, written correspondence, e-mail or facsimile. Additional responsibilities include data entry and maintaining customer accounts.
Ad Title: Water Treatment Plant Operator (A-D) Location: City of Brighton Post Date: 06/20/17 Contact: Marta Matsuno City: Brighton State: CO Zip: 80601 Phone (W): 303-655-2098 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Description: POSITION: Water Treatment Plant Operator SALARY: $18.33 - $33.64 DOQ & Benefits DEPARTMENT: Utilities CLOSES: Open Until Filled
Definition: In performance of their duties, Certified Operators perform skilled work in the operation, monitoring, controlling, testing and troubleshooting of a water treatment process. Operators are expected to exercise a level of reasonable care and judgment consistent with the experience and training appropriate to their level of certification. Plant entry level positions work as part of a team, focused on proficient operation and monitoring of equipment in (Reverse Osmosis & Direct Filtration) water treatment plants. To perform skilled work of providing reverse osmosis and greensand water treatment plant operations and maintenance services, and to perform a variety of technical tasks related to the assigned area of responsibility. This position must work well independently and with teams, while providing excellent, respectful customer service and human relations skills which support the City of Brighton’s mission and values.
Example of Duties: Responsibilities and duties may include, but are not limited to the following: Observe, read, interpret meters and gauges and take appropriate action in response to variations in operating conditions. Comply with safety procedures. Participate in safety training including equipment, chemical handling, PPE, Etc. Call Attention to and report potential and actual hazard conditions as they arise. Handle emergencies using safety equipment and procedures to protect public health and facilities. Operate pumps, engines, generators and valves to control processes to move water through the treatment process. Operate plants and systems according to Standard Operating Procedures. Control chemical feed systems. Collect daily water samples, perform laboratory tests and maintain accurate laboratory records. Maintain accurate logs and record data required for regulatory and operational reporting on the physical changes made to the plant. Data recorded includes alarms, adjustments made, troubleshooting, equipment rotations, and instrument readings. Input readings from process control tests/chemical usage into database programs. Report emergency and major malfunctions to supervisor. Handle emergencies using safety equipment and procedures to protect public health and facilities. Perform routine corrective and preventative maintenance functions and minor repairs as necessary to keep equipment running and treatment processes functioning within operation parameters. Other Duties: Attend technical and safety training meetings, courses and seminars. Perform routine housekeeping and physical cleanup of work areas, equipment and buildings. Maintain certifications as required. Work shift work (days, evenings and nights), overtime, and holidays as needed. Rotating on-call shifts.
Ad Title: Water & Wastewater Operator Location: Genesee Post Date: 06/19/17 Contact: Chris Brownell City: Golden State: CO Zip: 80401 Phone (W): 303 278-9780 Email:email@example.com Website:visit our website... Description: Excellent career opportunity in a spectacular setting w/NO SHIFT WORK. Highly competitive pay, excellent benefits package, and outstanding growth opportunity. Brand new state-of-the-art membrane water treatment facility going online in July. All operators rotate between WTP operations, WWTP operations, and District operations. Rotating weekends and on-call. more info...
Ad Title: Instrumentation/Controls Technician Location: Boulder, Colorado Post Date: 06/19/17 Website:visit our website... Description: OVERALL JOB OBJECTIVE:
Under general supervision, to install, maintain, revise, and repair electrical, control, and instrumentation equipment related to the water/wastewater treatment and distribution system facilities, including the Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) computer systems, Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC), and maintenance software packages.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Performs maintenance, repair, and calibration tasks on treatment plant electronic and electrical operating systems, instrumentation, switch gear, and related equipment. This includes the following: • Uses logical troubleshooting techniques to identify and locate problems. • Repairs and/or replaces instrumentation equipment as needed. May revise existing equipment and update associated documentation. • Assists in monitoring process control systems using diagnostic software. Revises software based on operational and maintenance needs. • Tests new and repaired equipment to ensure proper functioning. • Develops and maintains a thorough calibration/maintenance schedule of process/system instrumentation, and then performs the required instrumentation calibration and maintenance to ensure accurate feed-back of the water treatment process and system operations. • Maintains and revises control panels, programmable controllers, and related input and output equipment. • Installs, maintains, repairs, and calibrates various detectors, alarms, analyzers, and sensors for flow, level, pressure, and other process elements such as temperature, pH, and nutrients.
2. Maintains and troubleshoots SCADA System software and monitoring and control components. This includes the following: • Assists in the creation and configuration of new SCADA graphics screens related to process operation, including implementation of view only nodes. Revises existing graphics screens to meet needs of operations staff. • Maintains SCADA database of input/output tag names related to PLCs (G.E. and Allen Bradley).
3. Inspects, maintains, and repairs electrical, electronic, and telemetry equipment associated with remote facilities.
4. Maintains records of problems encountered, work performed, and parts and materials used. Maintains inventory of parts and accessories, utilizing the Computerized Maintenance Management System software.
5. Provides input to engineering consultants and contractors regarding design and construction of treatment facility improvements and related facilities.
6. Assists in the preparation of labor and materials estimates, reviews bids, and assists in overseeing contracted services.
7. Assists in training the operations and maintenance staff in proper use and care of electrical and electronic equipment, programmable controllers, related software, and awareness of associated safety concerns.
8. Remains generally alert to conditions and events occurring at the Water Treatment Facility indicating anticipated or needed repairs and makes related recommendations. more info...
Ad Title: Assistant Operations Manager-Streets & Utilities Location: Louisville, CO Post Date: 06/19/17 Contact: Sara Robuck City: Louisville State: CO Zip: 80027 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Website:visit our website... Description: TO APPLY:
Please visit http://www.louisvilleco.gov/residents/human-resources/current-employment-opportunities and apply under the Assistant Operations Manager - Streets & Utilities posting to be considered for this position.
Under the general direction of the Public Works Operations Manager, this positions performs responsible administrative and supervisory work in directing the activities of the City's water distribution, wastewater collection, storm water system, sign maintenance and street systems. Must use broad discretion in the technical and direction of the Operations Streets & Utilities division within the established policy guidelines. Work is reviewed through observation, conferences, complaints resolved, reports, and by results obtained. Performs other work as required.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
Responsible for assisting Streets & Utilities Operations Manager in overall management of these areas: City Water Distribution, Sewer Collection, Storm Water Maintenance, Streets and Signage. Supervise, mentors and trains new personnel, establishes priorities, sets realistic performance goals and assigns and schedules work. Supervises personnel at work sites, providing instruction and assisting with more difficult tasks; reviews work of crew for proper performance. Plans, assigns, directs, and evaluates the work of subordinates. Stresses accountability of subordinates actions and team approach to problem solving techniques. Coordinates and assists with maintaining water and wastewater utility lines and raw water lines, storm sewer conveyance systems and drainage pipes, ditches and streets operations. Installs water meters and water taps. Repairs and maintains lift stations Inventories supplies and orders supplies/materials needed for specific jobs for day-to-day maintenance and repair activities. Responsible for efficiency, productivity, and safe work habits of Division personnel. Operates and instructs in the operation of heavy equipment, sewer cleaning and other related equipment as may be required. Responsible for maintaining safe operating conditions and supplies necessary safety equipment to workers. Responsible for efficiency, productivity, and safe work habits of Division personnel. Coordinates and assists with maintaining street asphalt repairs, lane and pedestrian crossing painting, and concrete surface repairs. Responsible for weed control operations. Supervises street cleaning operations. Inventories supplies and orders supplies/materials needed for specific jobs for day-to-day maintenance and repair activities. Installs and maintains all street signage. Assigns flag person to guide and direct traffic at construction and repair sites. Works and provides assistance to engineers and consultants on the operational aspects pertaining to major renovations and expansion projects. Identifies needed system improvements; reviews and analyzes construction plans. Directs and supervises the maintenance of all City road and highway operations, and water distribution, wastewater collection systems, Fleet maintenance, and building maintenance. Assists Operations Manager in establishing division priorities, devises new and improved work methods, coordinates personnel, and prepares long-range plans, goals and objectives.
Ad Title: Plant Operator A-D Location: Boulder, Colorado Post Date: 06/14/17 Website:visit our website... Description: OVERALL JOB OBJECTIVE:
Under general supervision, to operate multiple water treatment facilities, to perform routine maintenance and minor repairs of plant equipment, direct the distribution of treated water through a system of pipes and reservoirs, perform appropriate monitoring, operate and control hydroelectric facilities. Work Schedule: Full-time (40 hrs/week), In one 2 week period, this position requires working 48 hours (four shifts) one week and 36 hours (three shifts) the following week. This position is required to work one of two 12 hour shifts, "a" shift or "b" shift. The hours are 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM or 6:00 PM to 6:00 AM. The position requires working nights, weekends, and holidays. Location: Water treatment plant(s) - Either Betasso WTF or Boulder Reservoir WTF (63rd)
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Operates the facilities and associated processes in accordance with state and federal water quality regulations. Obtains/maintains a Colorado Class A Water Treatment Plant Operators Certification and updates job knowledge as necessary 2. Controls and monitors mechanical and chemical water treatment processes as well as the distribution of the treated water. This includes the following duties at both of the City's water treatment facilities: • Regulates, and adjusts raw water sources, preliminary treatment process, chemicals, clarification process, filtration process, residuals recovery, chemical feeders, pumps and valves to control liquid stream, and solids treatment processes. • Utilizes supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) instrumentation and direct observation to continuously monitor and interpret data transmitted from local and remote equipment locations. Uses data, facility schematics, and O&M manuals to identify, locate, and resolve treatment problems. • Plans for, practices, and responds to emergencies including but not limited to power outages, chemical spills, and equipment failures. Provides first response troubleshooting of equipment and process when emergencies arise. • Performs routine laboratory analyses and appropriately adjusts treatment processes based on laboratory results and direct observations. • Orders, loads, unloads, and regulates treatment chemicals and supplies. • Assists maintenance staff in maintenance/operations activities. • Performs troubleshooting of treatment process, equipment problems, and prepares equipment for repair work • Assists in maintaining facilities and property, including cleaning and upkeep of process buildings, equipment, and grounds. 3. Oversees treatment and distribution system operations on assigned shifts. This includes the following: • Controls multi-zoned high-pressure water distribution system using pumps, valves and hydroelectric generator, operate raw and finished hydroelectric power stations (nine), with pressures ranging from 100 to 800 PSI. • Ensures adequate shift coverage for 24-hour operation, which includes filling shifts as necessary and/or calling in appropriate coverage. • Communicates operational information to management team. • Maintains inventory of operations laboratory supplies, chemicals and orders supplies as needed. 4. Maintains logs and records of plant data, including entering and retrieving data on a PC, reviewing and signing off on all logs at the end of the shift, and ensuring that logs are complete. Analyzes data utilizing historical trending and statistical tools. 5. Serves on facility committees such as safety, emergency response, design review, and participates in treatment optimization studies. May take the lead role on committees and projects as requested and develop related reports and summaries. 6. Assists with the development of the annual operations work plan. Assists in formulating and updating standard facility and process operating procedures including development and implementation of safety related procedures and programs. 7. Remains alert to conditions and events occurring at the water treatment facility identifying anticipated or needed maintenance and repair. Troubleshoots and optimizes plant processes to improve overall treatment quality. 8. Maintains a clean and safe work environment, including monitoring work in progress to pinpoint hazards. 9. Responds to questions and concerns from the public regarding water treatment, distribution, and hydroelectric stations, and conducts facility tours as necessary. 10. Ability to work variable shifts including nights, weekends, and holidays. 11. Remains alert to security of treatment plants, distribution reservoirs, pump and valve stations, and hydroelectric stations.
12. Serves as afterhours contact for water-related problems and citizen concerns. Appropriately responds to citizen problems and initiates Department of Public Works call-out procedure when necessary. 13. Trains, directs, and reviews the work of other Operations staff, including lower-level- certified operators and operator trainees.
Ad Title: Systems Maintenance Technician Location: Avon, CO Post Date: 06/13/17 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 a Systems Maintenance Technician to perform activities related to operation and maintenance of Collection and Distribution system 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 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, 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.
Why work for us? The work you will do as Systems Maintenance Technician provides a critical service to our community in the care of water and wastewater infrastructure. Not to mention our excellent benefits and opportunities for training, certification (including CDL) and development.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Drives and operates gas and diesel equipment such as Backhoe, Loader, Dump Truck, Jetting Truck, Tractor and Lowboy. Conducts water and sewer taps. Televising of sewer mains. Maintains an inventory of spare parts for collection and distribution systems. Assists in performing or performs maintenance and repairs to fire hydrants, water mains, water valves, PRV's, sewer lines, sewer manholes, lift stations and helping other departments as needed. Recommends to supervisors methods of cost effectiveness and/or project completion methods. Performs repairs on equipment used by maintenance department. Operates power and hand tools in assisting with main repairs and system maintenance. Create and complete computer generated work orders daily using GIS and CMMS. Train on heavy equipment operations. Assist with or executes snow removal on lots, sidewalks or fire hydrants. Occasionally coordinates with Excavation Contractors for jobs and projects. Must be willing to work overtime, weekends and be on call. Required to follow all District safety and security policies and wear Personal Protective Equipment as required by the job duties. Other duties as required. more info...
Ad Title: District Engineer (PE) Location: Colorado Springs, CO Post Date: 06/07/17 Contact: James Mercer State: CO Phone (W): 505-466-9500 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Website:visit our website... Description: District Engineer (PE)
Widefield Water & Sanitation District is located in the southern portion of Colorado Springs, Colorado, and is dedicated to providing the highest quality of water to our community and our environment. The District is currently seeking a licensed Professional Engineer with a minimum of 3 years of experience in planning, designing, reviewing, coordinating and project managing water and/or wastewater projects or systems. This is a new position within the District and the person hired will have a major role in formulating this new position.
A Bachelor of Science degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering is required. Also required is a licensed professional engineer in the State of Colorado or the ability to be eligible to be licensed through application by reciprocity within no less than six months from date of hire and to be insurable under the District’s standards. Any combination that includes the necessary PE license and relevant experience in water and/or wastewater utilities will be considered.
Colorado Springs was ranked the #2 most desirable place to live in a recent survey conducted by U.S. News and World Report and is an incredible place to call home.
Starting salary market competitive, DOQ/A; an excellent fringe benefit package and reasonable relocation expenses.
For additional information on this outstanding opportunity, please contact James L. Mercer, President/CEO, The Mercer Group, Inc. at 505-466-9500; email@example.com.
Send cover letters, resumes, salary history to James Mercer, The Mercer Group, Inc., 1000 Cordova Place, #726, Santa Fe, NM 87505 as soon as possible. Voice: 505-466-9500; Fax: 505-466-1274. E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; Website: www.mercergroupinc.com
Following a process, resumes will be screened by The Mercer Group and interviews with candidates of interest are expected to be held in Colorado Springs in May, 2017. Position open until filled. EOE
Ad Title: Group Leader - Environmental Services Location: Lakewood, Colorado Post Date: 06/07/17 Contact: Robin Acree City: Lakewood State: CO Zip: 80215 Phone (W): 303-982-2597 Email:email@example.com Website:visit our website... Description: SUMMARY: Responsible for the direct supervision and work assignments of Environmental Services Technicians. Manage drinking water quality and wastewater compliance programs. Responsible for delivery of safe drinking water and sanitary waste management for mountain schools. Assists with environmental emergency response and stormwater management as necessary, for all schools District-wide. Assist with asbestos management program. Assure that the District complies with state and federal environmental regulations. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. -Supervise environmental technicians (7 FTE), prioritize work schedules, approve and assign work orders, approve time cards, and assist with evaluating employee performance. Resolve scheduling conflicts with requesting departments and schools. -Administer and assure compliance with National Pollution Discharge Elimination System permits for District-owned water and wastewater treatment plants and validate adherence to drinking water standards in accordance with Safe Drinking Water Act. - Assist Director with budget planning and estimate capitol expenditure needs for treatment plants. - Act as on-call resource for emergency responses involving Environmental Services. - Maintain compliance documentation records for water facilities, perform quality assurance for monthly compliance reports to State, write facility permit renewal applications, act as liaison during inspections. - Provide technical review of projects affecting District-owned water utilities, provide input on water utility maintenance functions and water utility design plans. - Represent the District at water board meetings and during review of proposed changes to treatment plant systems. Coordinate with State engineers and District engineering consultants on water quality related process and equipment alterations and permit changes. -Develop documentation procedures and train employees. Establish and enforce departmental work and safety procedures. -Perform other duties as assigned. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. more info...
Ad Title: Water Utility Tech/WUT Lead Location: City of Longmont Post Date: 06/06/17 Contact: Human Resources City: Longmont State: CO Zip: 80501 Phone (W): 303-651-8609 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org. Website:visit our website... Description: DEFINITION: As Water Utility Tech: Perform a wide variety of technical duties related to the operation and maintenance of the utility’s systems and treatment facilities. As Lead: Perform a wide variety of advanced and skilled technical duties related to the operation and maintenance of the Water Distribution, Wastewater Collection, and Stormwater systems.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES: As a Water Utility Tech, calculate operating performance and load capacities, flow rates, pressures, levels, and related operations and maintenance parameters of the various systems. Locate problem areas in the field and plants, investigate and take corrective action when appropriate. Perform duties as part of a work crew during emergency maintenance and operation. Locate and mark lines. Assist with excavation activities. Perform line and valve shut-offs. Perform manual labor such as digging, moving materials, welding, and making necessary repairs. Inspect, troubleshoot, install, and repair utility equipment. Monitor and maintain various storage, pumping, and treatment facilities. Tap water and sewer lines. Maintain and clean city owned tools and equipment. Perform preventative maintenance and minor repair on equipment including oil changes, washing and cleaning vehicles, changing of filters, etc. Provide engineering staff with field information and collaborate with other City staff on system and facility operations and maintenance. Take and record various readings such as meters, flow monitors, equipment, pumps, etc. Maintain associated records including work orders, inventories, etc. Respond to service calls, including emergency “on-call” shifts as assigned, with an ability to respond to a site within the established timeframe. Perform inspections and installations of residential water meters and related devices. Respond to inquiries from customers regarding the full range of duties and the corresponding city, dept. or division policy or work practice. Perform routine field investigations particularly for residential customers regarding high bills, leaks, tampering, equipment malfunctions, or other complaints/problems. Conduct in-shop testing of equipment and perform related repairs. Operate snow plows and liquid de-icer trucks while performing snow and ice removal. Operate street sweeping equipment. Operate a variety of tools and equipment ranging from small hand tools to heavy equipment. Perform other duties as assigned.
In the WUT Lead capacity: Employees working in this career level job classification perform a variety of advanced technical tasks related to the operation and maintenance of distribution, collection, and stormwater systems. Water Utility Technician Lead employees are expected to work in a self-directed manner and to provide leadership on some projects. Project leadership requires active and independent learning skills, and the ability to review construction records and documents, conduct technology reviews, and effectively troubleshoot problems. Employee must also demonstrate strong collaboration skills with other employees to address shared work assignments and to facilitate sharing and acting upon critical information. Examples of tasks and duties for which experience must be demonstrated include but are not limited to the following, in addition to those of the Water Utility Tech: Research technical problems using vendor manuals and internet searches. Help Supervisors with laying out projects and coordinating employee and contractor work. Assist with development of standard operating procedures and checklists. Assist with overall setup and deployment of the computerized work management system including entering equipment name plate information, scheduling maintenance tasks recommended by equipment manufacturer, and opening and closing work orders. Assist contractors and City approved service providers with and constructions projects as assigned. Perform grounds and easement maintenance such as weed cutting, mowing and edging, snow and trash removal, and fence and gate repairs. Troubleshoot and repair routine meter problems. Assist with street maintenance projects and operations as assigned.
WORKING ENVIRONMENT: Work is performed outside and inside both night and day shifts, under varying and extreme weather conditions. Work includes exposure to noise, dust, gases and oils, solvents and chemicals. Coordination of eyes, hands, legs and body is needed. Position requires the ability to work under time constraints and in confined spaces and the use of respirators.
Ad Title: Operations Supervisor Location: Littleton Colorado Post Date: 06/05/17 Contact: Jeff Sucher City: Littleton State: CO Zip: 80127 Phone (W): 303-884-6755 Email:email@example.com Description: Water and Waste Water Operations Company is accepting resumes to fill the position of Operations Supervisor. This individual will report to the Director of Operations as well as the owner of the company.
Summary: Company is seeking the right individual who is ready for a management opportunity and growth potential. A good attitude, the ability to clearly communicate and provide direction is a must. The company has been established for over 25 years and has a great reputation around the Front Range.
Responsibilities: - Oversee day-to-day operations for a variety of water and waste water treatment plants throughout the Front Range - Be very familiar with and understand the application of CDPHE regulations and requirements in regards to water and waste water treatment facilities - Understand how to properly complete discharge monitoring reports (DMR's) - Be the operator in responsible charge (ORC) for selected facilities - Attend board meetings with water districts - Direct maintenance projects at water and waste water treatment facilities - Work with District Engineers providing necessary reports and information as needed - Have the ability to perform fundamental, intermediate and advanced water and waste water process control math, geometry, fractions, percentages, ratios and proportions - Candidate needs to have strong mechanical abilities in regards to equipment found in water and waste water treatment facilities. - Find ways to create efficiencies in daily operational tasks - Be willing to work longer days to complete repairs, projects, etc. as needed - Must be able to use Microsoft Office proficiently, including Excel, as well as Google Drive and other software as needed - Ensure water and waste water treatment plants are kept clean and in excellent operational condition - Provide scheduling for operations team - Be on-call as necessary to provide emergency response for facilities as needed
Education, Experience, Licenses, Certifications:
- High School Diploma minimum, college degree preferred, but not required
- Ideal candidate will have at least 7 years experience in the water and waste water industry, however, exceptions may be made based on other comparable experience
- Candidate needs to have at least a Class B Water License, Class B Waste Water License, Class 1 Distribution, Class 1 Collections
Salary, Benefits: - Starting salary will be $77,000-$82,000 depending on experience - Company pays 80% of employee health and dental insurance - Employee will be provided with a company truck, cell phone and computer - Job Type: Full-time - Salary: $77,000.00 to $82,000.00 /year
Ad Title: District Operator - Water, Wastewater, Distribution & Collection Location: Genesee, CO Post Date: 06/05/17 Contact: Chris Brownell City: Golden State: CO Zip: 80401 Phone (W): 303 278-9780 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Website:visit our website... Description: Genesee Water & Sanitation District is accepting applications for an outstanding full time permanent career position, with excellent growth opportunity in beautiful Genesee, Colorado. District Operators perform all functions required of water treatment and wastewater treatment facility operators as well as distribution and collection system operations, maintenance and repair. All operators work rotating weekend and on-call shifts and are required to be able to respond to emergency calls within thirty minutes. The District employs high caliber professionals and provides competitive compensation and benefits. more info...
Ad Title: WWTP Chief Operator Location: Brighton, Colorado Post Date: 06/02/17 Contact: Marta Matsuno City: Brighton State: CO Zip: 80601 Phone (W): 303-655-2098 Email:mmatsuno@brightoncogov Website:visit our website... Description: POSITION: WWTP Chief Plant Operator SALARY: $29.01-$34.50 DOQ DEPARTMENT: Utilities CLOSES: June 16, 2017 Definition: Under general supervision, the Chief Plant Operator plans, organizes, supervises, and participates in the day-to-day operations of work and personnel assigned to the wastewater treatment plant. Reviews and monitors adherence to operational plans and procedures, manages regulatory compliance, assist in process control work and coordinates activities with other internal departments. Reviews and analyzes daily logs, data sheets, and laboratory data; monitors wastewater operations and associated systems and equipment to ensure permit compliance. This position must work well independently and with the public, while providing excellent, respectful customer service and human relations skills which support of the City of Brighton’s mission and values. Example of Duties: Manages permit and regulatory compliance of the wastewater treatment plant. Reviews operating data and makes process changes to ensure permit compliance. Assists in project planning and oversight. Plan, prioritize, assign, supervise and review the work of staff responsible for providing wastewater treatment and plant maintenance services. Interfaces with all regulatory agencies and provides all required reports. Oversees annual and unscheduled safety audits and inspections. Performs record keeping functions, prepares reports as required. Performs and supervises laboratory analyses. Observes and documents performance of plant machinery, equipment, piping, and structures; coordinates necessary repairs with maintenance personnel or outside contractors. Makes capital and operating budget recommendations and assists in managing division budget. Reviews and maintains the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for WWTP operations. Utilizes proper safety precautions for all work performed. Assists other departments in major projects, as necessary. Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Ability to respond to emergencies 24/7.
Ad Title: Utilities Programs Coordinator Location: Brighton, Colorado Post Date: 06/02/17 Contact: Marta Matsuno City: Brighton State: CO Zip: 80601 Phone (W): 303-655-2098 Email:email@example.com Website:visit our website... Description: POSITION: Utilities Programs Coordinator SALARY: $53,000 - $72,610 DOQ DEPARTMENT: Utilities CLOSES: June 16, 2017 5:00 p.m. Definition: The purpose of the positon is to promote, support, implement, and encourage Utility best practices within the City as the provider of water, wastewater and storm drainage services. The position communicates and coordinates on behalf of the Utility with customers and specific relevant agencies, disseminating required, relevant and pertinent information, either directly or through the PIO office. Responsible for the Utilities Public Relations Information, Community Outreach events, Water Conservation Program, Cross-Connection Control and Backflow Prevention Program, Emergency Response coordination and planning, and Health & Safety tracking and training. This position must work well independently and with the public, while providing excellent, respectful customer service and human relations skills which support of the City of Brighton’s mission and values. Example of Duties: Serves as a liaison to the City of Brighton’s Public Information team, assisting in developing strategies and communication plans for Utilities on behalf of the city. Understands the mission and services provided by Utilities in order to actively promote them to the community. Researches and writes Utilities content for City-wide newsletters and publications. Prepares the annual Water Quality Report to citizens. Coordinates through Water Resources staff the compilation of the annual Water Efficiency Report. Develops educational information for customers, developers, and city. Communicates with customers regarding water conservation, tracks water conservation programs to encourage wise water use. Coordinates and leads community outreach events to maintain a positive relationship with customers. Updates and maintains backflow prevention database to track devices maintained by commercial/industrial and government accounts within the City to maintain compliance. Performs mass mailings to remind customers of required annual backflow device testing and follow-up mailing to assure compliance. Updates and maintains database to track health and safety training of staff and coordinates training classes as necessary to assure proper training is available. Assists in drafting press releases. Assists with the development and implementation of overall Utilities communication plans. Updates content for internal and external Web sites, including expanding and managing the general content and improving the appearance and usability of the site. Strives for effective information sharing between Utilities and other city departments and citizens. Assists in maintenance of social media sites and look for new opportunities to engage residents. Keeps current with industry trends and emerging technologies. Attends city events as needed. Performs other duties as assigned.
Ad Title: Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator Location: La Junta, Colorado Post Date: 06/01/17 Contact: Dawn Block, HR Coordinator City: La Junta State: CO Zip: 81050 Phone (W): 719-384-5486 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Website:visit our website... Description: The city population was 7,077 at the 2010 United States Census. La Junta is located on the Arkansas River in southeastern Colorado, 60 miles east of Pueblo.
Under supervision of the Wastewater Supervisor, performs technical and supervisory work as Operator in directing and participating in the operation of wastewater treatment plant and laboratory.
Ad Title: Utility Locator/Collection Operator Location: Boxelder Sanitation District in Fort Collins Post Date: 06/01/17 Contact: Joy Davis City: Fort Collins State: CO Zip: 80522 Email:email@example.com Website:visit our website... Description: Boxelder Sanitation District, a wastewater treatment facility in Fort Collins, is seeking a full time Utility Locator/Collection Operator to join our team.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES • Locates underground utility lines and marks them for excavation purposes. • 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. • Prepares various reports, forms, and memos to document work completed, and problems encountered and/or resolved. • Verifies field information and notifies the designated District 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 backup to the collection system staff. • Operates and maintains mechanical and electronic equipment. • Must be available to work varying schedules, overtime, and on-call duty. • Maintains regular attendance and punctuality. • Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.
Ad Title: Electrician Location: Parker, CO Post Date: 06/01/17 City: Parker State: CO Zip: 80134 Phone (W): 303-841-4627 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Website:visit our website... Description: JOB SUMMARY This non-exempt position is responsible for the electrical operation, repair, maintenance and preventive maintenance of the District's water and wastewater equipment and facilities; and the installation of new electrical devices at District facilities.
Ad Title: Waste Water Plant Operator (Entry Level) Location: Wellington Colorado Post Date: 05/26/17 Contact: Ryan Abbott City: Wellington State: CO Zip: 80537 Phone (W): 970-568-3381 Email:email@example.com Website:visit our website... Description: SUMMARY: Under the general direction of the Wastewater ORC. This is an entry-level position working in the operations, maintenance and repair of the wastewater treatment and the collection system.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: •Assists in analyzing and monitoring wastewater treatment system processes, and assists with simple process adjustments to ensure optimum performance of plant. •Assists in operating and maintaining process equipment at facilities and submits work orders for corrective maintenance to be performed. •Checks engines, generators, pumps, settling tanks, filters, chemical feed systems, and other equipment. •Records readings, changes charts, regulates and adjusts processes to meet changing operational needs. •Collects, preserves, and properly stores samples for laboratory analysis. •Monitors and performs housekeeping duties to insure a safe working environment. •Performs basic process control measurements, testing of DO, pH and Residual Analysis meters, etc. •Lubricates, dismantles, and assembles parts and equipment. •Participates in the troubleshooting, and preventive maintenance of a variety of equipment including pumps, piping and valves. •Calculates basic level mathematics. •Performs emergency chemical release responses, containment, and evacuation procedures. •Assists with conducting tours of the facilities. •Establishes and maintains effective working relationships and public relations. •Participates in various special projects. •Performs other duties as assigned.
Ad Title: Senior Water/Wastewater Project Manager ($100-120K DOQ) Location: Englewood, CO Post Date: 05/25/17 State: CO Email:Succeed@Forsgren.com Website:visit our website... Description: Duties and Responsibilities: • Lead a team of engineers and designers through the entire lifecycle of a project including development of design documents including engineering plans, specifications, and permitting • Establish collaborative and productive internal and external relationships to facilitate successful completion of assigned projects • Coach less experienced staff in understanding client needs, technical aspects of project delivery, technical writing and other forms of project-related communication • Strengthen existing client relationships with solutions that integrate innovative approaches, value, and risk management • Attend meetings and communicate with clients to understand project needs and stakeholder requirements • Take an active role in regional business development by helping to identify and win new business through networking, proposal preparation, and client presentations • Proactively seek state, federal, and other funding for clients more info...
Ad Title: Mid-Level Water/Wastewater Project Engineer ($80-100K DOQ) Location: Englewood, CO Post Date: 05/25/17 City: Englewood, CO Email:Succeed@Forsgren.com Website:visit our website... Description: Duties and Responsibilities: • Performs in lead technical role to evaluate and design water and wastewater systems, and to generate and review construction documents, master plan reports, and water-related technical studies for municipal and public works infrastructure projects. • Directly responsible for preparation, evaluation and approval of engineering drawings, details, construction specifications, and contract documents and for overseeing bid phases and contractor procurement. • Works independently and in directing junior engineering and design staff (including subconsultants / vendors) on various design and permitting tasks, and provides regular communication and updates to the project manager. • Exhibits strong project management knowledge and skills demonstrated by the ability to proficiently develop and complete a project schedule while having the adaptability to make appropriate changes when required. • Coordinates with government entities and various other permitting and regulatory agencies to fulfill various permit requirements. • Performs occasional field work to perform construction inspection for compliance with industry and client standards. • Support business development by assisting with proposals to provide engineering services or obtain funding for engineering projects or programs more info...
Ad Title: CAD Drafter / Designer Location: Englewood, CO Post Date: 05/25/17 City: Englewood, CO Email:Succeed@Forsgren.com Website:visit our website... Description: Duties and Responsibilities: • Collaborate with staff engineers to design, draft, review and evaluate engineering plan sets • Have strong working knowledge of standard drafting/designing techniques and procedures • Establish and maintain effective working relationships and work in a team environment • Serve as lead piping designer for water and wastewater treatment systems • Create grading surfaces and calculate cut/fill volumes with Civil3D • Create existing and proposed profiles with Civil3D • Create water, sanitary sewer, and storm plan and profiles with Civil3D • Create 3D objects using AutoCAD MEP more info...
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: 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:email@example.com 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:firstname.lastname@example.org 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:email@example.com 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: Wastewater Lead Operator Location: Colorado Springs, CO Post Date: 04/21/17 Contact: Kelly Smith City: Colorado Springs State: CO Zip: 80925 Phone (W): 719-955-7122 Email:Kelly@wwsdonline.com Website:visit our website... Description: Widefield Water and Sanitation District (WWSD) is offering an exciting opportunity in Colorado Springs, Colorado. WWSD is seeking a Wastewater Lead Operator with Class A Certification (preference will be given to applicants who possess a Class A and a Class 4 Certification). Successful candidates need a minimum of five years of increasingly responsible experience in the maintenance and repair of a wastewater treatment plant and collection system including some lead or supervisory responsibility. Individuals with a Class B Certification may be considered with the ability to obtain a Class A in one year and meets all other requisites. The District is looking for a leader who takes pride in their work, their team, the company and themselves. The Wastewater Manager hopes that the Lead Operator is a person who may be interested and considered to promote to the Wastewater Department Manager when he retires in 3-5 years.
The District’s Wastewater Plant is scheduled to be upgraded in 2019 to include biological nutrient and phosphorus removal.
We are a growing, progressive utility that offers a positive work environment. We offer an excellent benefit package and competitive salaries. We are supportive of training and we give our employees a 5% merit increase for every license level obtained relevant to their position.
We have been the fastest growing area of El Paso County for the past several years. The area offers excellent schools, numerous college sporting events, very affordable housing, an airport, and numerous outdoor activities. If you desire to work for a utility that recognizes and appreciates your contributions, please apply.
Successful candidates will complete pre-employment screening; which includes, but is not limited to a criminal background check, drug screen and physical.
If you desire to work for a utility that recognizes and appreciates your contributions, please submit an application and completed supplemental questions, along with your resume, for consideration. Resumes without a completed application and supplemental questions will not be considered. Visit our website at www.wwsdonline.com to view the job description and download the application and supplemental questions.
Submit your documents to Kelly Smith, Human Resources Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax to 719-390-1409.
***This advertisement may close at any time based on qualified applicants received.
Widefield Water & Sanitation District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Ad Title: 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: Instrumentation & Controls Tech - Wastewater Facility Location: Henderson, CO Post Date: 04/06/17 City: Henderson State: CO Zip: 80640 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org 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.