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Industrial Pretreatment Inspector
Industrial Pretreatment Inspector
$26.91 - $34.42 Hourly
Regular / Full Time
The Municipality of Anchorage has an excellent opportunity with career growth potential in Industrial Pretreatment to protect the pristine environment of the “Last Frontier”. Alaska’s “Last Frontier” offers a once in a lifetime experience for Outdoor Adventure, Recreation, Boating, Fishing and Hunting opportunities. AWWU is expanding the Environmental Compliance Section with career growth potential in Industrial Pretreatment, Wastewater Permitting, Drinking Water Regulations, Water Quality Standards and Air Permitting. AWWU is the largest water and wastewater utility in Alaska serving over 236,000 residents in communities of Anchorage, Eagle River and Girdwood.
Closing Date: 09/28/15 5pm Alaska Time
Closing Date: 09/28/15 5pm Alaska Time
Water Treatment Plant Operator
CITY OF LOUISVILLE invites applications for the position of: Water Treatment Plant Operator
An Equal Opportunity Employer
SALARY: $17.21 - $31.14 Hourly
$35,796.80 - $64,771.20 Annually
HIRING RANGE $17.21 - $27.08
OPENING DATE: 08/24/15
CLOSING DATE: 09/07/15 03:00 PM
Under supervision, performs skilled work in the operation and maintenance of a water treatment plant on an assigned shift. Work is performed with considerable independence within established guidelines and procedures, with the incumbent expected to make routine changes in the operation of the plant. Assignments are received in either written or oral form, usually in daily or weekly schedules or special assignments. Work is evaluated by inspection, review of reports, conferences, for condition of facilities, adherence to standards, and efficiency of operations. Performs other work as required.
ONLY Online Applications will be accepted. For more information and to apply please visit our website: www.louisvilleco.gov.
Hiring Range (Dependant on Water Operator Certification Level):
Operator A: $23.55-$27.08 per hour
Operator B: $20.93-$24.07 per hour
Operator C: $19.35-$22.26 per hour
Operator D: $17.21-$19.79 per hour
*Note: Hiring range listed above does not represent the full salary range.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
• Operates a water treatment plant and related facilities; makes operating process changes based upon routine tests and gauge and meter readings.
• Records plant operation statistics on log sheets; changes charts and recording sheets; inspects motor, bearings, and gear boxes for overheating and proper lubrication; uses meter and gauge readings to determine performance of equipment; performs preventive maintenance and limited repairs.
• Operates and inspects water treatment plant, pumping stations, and related facilities; starts and stops pumps; regulates valves and observes flow dials; reads gauges and records information shown.
• Diagnoses and corrects mechanical and electrical problems; performs preventive maintenance and minor repairs; contacts Chief Plant Operator for major repairs; may assist in disassembling, repairing, and reassembling pumps and equipment as required; maintains and calibrates meters and testing equipment.
• Draws samples of water for test and analysis; checks and adjusts chemical feeders in accordance with prescribed standards; washes filters periodically.
• Conducts visual inspections of working apparatus and grounds; performs housekeeping duties such as sweeping and mopping floors, washing windows, painting, and light building maintenance.
Deadline: 9/7/2015 at 3:00pm
Announcement: POSITION TITLE: Utilities Engineer 1 or 2 (only one position will be filled)
DEPARTMENT: Water Resources and Engineering
RESPONSIBLE TO: Engineering Manager
SUPERVISES: Multiple Functions
FSLA CLASS: Exempt
SALARY RANGE: $58,216 to $90,963 (Utilities Engineer 1)
$68,712 to $107,363 (Utilities Engineer 2)
OPEN PERIOD: Open until filled.
Initial review of applications scheduled for September 14, 2015.
To Apply – Send resume, cover letter and employment application with salary expectations to firstname.lastname@example.org ; with the subject line “ACWWA Utilities Engineer”. Employment applications can be found at http://arapahoewater.org/about-us/career-opportunities/
Arapahoe County Water and Wastewater Authority (ACWWA) is a political
subdivision formed by an agreement between Arapahoe County, and the
Arapahoe County Water and Wastewater Public Improvement District (PID)
for the purpose of developing water resources, systems and facilities,
wastewater collection and treatment facilities for the ACWWA service
area. ACWWA serves an area of more than eight square miles in the
southeastern Denver metropolitan area, approximately 10 miles from
This position requires knowledge of engineering and project
management principles and practices used in the design, permitting, and
construction of public water and wastewater projects. Position will be
responsible for executing assigned capital improvement projects and
studies by procuring and directing the work of consultants and
contractors, maintaining project schedules and budgets, preparing
reports, conducting computer analysis, running computer models,
coordinating resources, ensuring conformance with internal policies,
engineering standards, and regulatory requirements, and responding to
customer concerns and inquiries. The position interacts with
consultants, contractors, regulators, operations and professional staff,
members of the public, and other stakeholders; therefore, effective
verbal and written communication skills in a variety of settings are
Knowledge and Abilities:
• Experience in working with Water and Wastewater providers.
• Experience in Civil Engineering planning and design related to Water supply, treatment, and distribution and Wastewater collection, treatment, and reuse.
• Experience preferred in development plan review
• Understanding of Colorado Water Law (preferred)
• Worked effectively and cooperatively with several levels of government, the public, and district employees
• Development of Technical Specifications
Implement project management techniques for capital projects
Deadline: Until Filled
The Project Specialist position is a professional position that
supports the business operations in the Utilities Planning and
Engineering Division. Duties include planning, developing, implementing,
evaluating programs and projects, coordinating project activities,
collaborating with project team members, developing measureable project
goals and objectives, and monitoring progress toward achievement. The
position is a liaison representing the Public Works and Utilities
Department to other departments and stakeholders on a wide variety of
issues and tasks including but not limited to budget, fund accounting,
revenue projections, and financial planning. The position requires
independent judgment, initiative and the ability to perform with limited
direction. Position requires attendance at occasional evening or weekend
The Project Specialist position is a professional position that supports the business operations in the Utilities Planning and Engineering Division. Duties include planning, developing, implementing, evaluating programs and projects, coordinating project activities, collaborating with project team members, developing measureable project goals and objectives, and monitoring progress toward achievement. The position is a liaison representing the Public Works and Utilities Department to other departments and stakeholders on a wide variety of issues and tasks including but not limited to budget, fund accounting, revenue projections, and financial planning. The position requires independent judgment, initiative and the ability to perform with limited direction. Position requires attendance at occasional evening or weekend meetings.
Laboratory Aide – Temporary
Laboratory Aide – Temporary
closes at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, August 31, 2015.
closes at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, August 31, 2015.
Plant Operator I - NTP
Announcement: ABOUT US - We provide wastewater conveyance and treatment services for 1.7 million people in the Denver Metro area and are a nationally recognized leader in the clean water utility industry. We own and operate approximately 230 miles of interceptor sewer that conveys wastewater from 59 local municipalities to the 220 MGD Robert W. Hite Treatment Facility (RWHTF). In addition to the RWHTF, our Northern Treatment Plant (NTP) is a new advanced facility that will begin operation in 2016. The Metro District is currently hiring multiple Plant Operator positions for initial assignment to the NTP.
THE OPPORTUNITY – Performs skilled and unskilled work and tasks required to operate and control the performance of liquid and solids stream unit process equipment.
High school diploma or GED. Ability to interpret data trends, comprehend written technical procedures and manuals, and ability to do mathematics using decimals and fractions. Must meet minimum required Accuplacer test scores as administered by Red Rocks Community College in arithmetic, reading and writing. Evidence of active interest in developing expanded skills/understanding in wastewater and process technology via taking on additional work tasks or specific coursework in these areas. Demonstrated track record of quickly mastering new skills required for changing work assignments. Proven success in a collaborative team environment requiring constructive resolution of conflicts and calm under pressure. A demonstrated “big picture” process view. Proven ability to prioritize and multi-task in a high-activity work environment.
Current/Active Wastewater Operator D certification (or higher). Vocational, technical, military training and/or college coursework. Hands–on experience monitoring technical systems/equipment and following Standard Operating Procedures for complex processes. Proven ability to conduct field measurements, observations and analyses. Demonstrated mechanical aptitude and troubleshooting skills sufficient to perform equipment inspections and adjustments as well as planned maintenance activities. Demonstrated interpersonal and communications skills sufficient to interact effectively in a team based environment. Strong work ethic with proven success operating autonomously supporting high safety standards/practices.
COMPETITIVE SALARY & BENEFITS package includes comprehensive health/dental/vision/life/LTD/AD&D insurances, defined contribution retirement plan, and reimbursed health/fitness & educational assistance programs.
TO APPLY - Visit www.metrowastewater.com
PROGRAM MANAGER - NPDES
The Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority is seeking a Program Manager to plan, direct, manage and oversee the activities and operations of the Water Authority's National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) monitoring and compliance programs.
Applicants must have a Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in Hydrology, Water Resources, Water Law, Biology, Chemistry, Engineering or a related field, plus 7 years laboratory management/administration, environmental compliance, water utility operations, engineering or legal experience to include 4 years direct supervisory experience in a management and/or administrative capacity. Position closes on 9/21/15. Salary $67,392 - $80,537/annual. For complete requirements and to apply online, visit www.abcwua.org/employment.
Industrial Pretreatment Prog. Inspector
Announcement: The Golden, CO office of PG Environmental, LLC, a
subsidiary of Eastern Research Group, Inc. is seeking a mid-level
candidate to support wastewater-related environmental compliance
inspection and enforcement efforts throughout the United States.
Activities will be focused on municipal wastewater with an emphasis on
industrial pretreatment program evaluations, including audits and
Candidate must have direct experience with industrial pretreatment program (IPP) implementation and/or compliance assessment. Candidate must be proficient at technical report writing. The position is planned to be based out of PG’s Golden, CO office; however, candidates living in a centrally located area of California may be strongly considered. The position will include travel.
Specific responsibilities include:
(1) Coordination, planning, and implementation of IPP field activities;
(2) Extensive onsite interview of IPP staff;
(3) Document review and assessment of program documents, such as industrial user permits, monitoring data, enforcement correspondence, annual reports, and other integral documentation for program implementation;
(4) Field assessment of facilities, treatment systems, discharge locations, and waste management practices;
(5) Evaluation of discharge and receiving water monitoring programs and other performance metrics; and
Technical report development.
Successful candidates will have the following qualifications:
• MS, BS, or BA in Environmental Science/Engineering or related discipline.
• At least 3 to 5 years of direct experience with NPDES compliance evaluation and assessment, as well as the implementation and/or oversight of water-related environmental compliance programs.
• At least 18 months direct experience with operating and managing IPP activities.
• Knowledge of NPDES permitting program and regulations regarding wastewater, specifically pertaining to the regulation of industrial pretreatment programs.
• Experience conducting compliance evaluations of applicable facilities.
• Superior written and oral communication skills.
• Ability to work alone and within a multi-disciplinary team.
• Ability to work on multiple, concurrent projects in a consulting environment.
• Ability and willingness to travel for field activities across the United States.
• Strong knowledge of word processing software, database systems, and spreadsheets, including Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access. Experience with Linko Data Systems and other IPP data management systems is a plus.
PG Environmental, LLC offers a casual and challenging work environment; flexible working hours; and competitive salary, commensurate with experience, skills, and expertise.
Water Treatment Plant Operator
Todd Creek Village Metro District, is currently accepting applications for an immediate full time position at its water treatment plant located just outside the City of Brighton. Duties include operation and maintenance of water treatment plant equipment; water pump stations, alluvial well operations and distribution system. Applicant must possess a Class “D” Water Treatment Plant Operator Certification or ability to obtain one within 9 months of hire with Colorado Distribution System Certification desired. Experience and knowledge of reverse osmosis, membrane filtration, chemical addition, sampling procedures, computer skills and equipment maintenance is desired. Rotating on-call and rotating shifts are requirement of the job. Salary will be based on experience and qualifications plus an excellent benefit package.
Please send resumes to:
Todd Creek Village Metropolitan District
10450 E. 159th Court
Brighton, CO 80602
Deadline: September 30, 2015
Water Distribution Operator
East Larimer County Water District currently as an opening for Water Distribution Operator.
Maintenance Technician II - WasteWater
Announcement: WASTEWATER COLLECTION TECHNICIAN II UTILITIES
The Town of Castle Rock has an excellent opportunity for a Wastewater Collection Technician II to join the Utilities Department. Under general supervision, performs a variety of maintenance functions at an advanced level in the operation, construction, repair, maintenance and replacement of the Town’s wastewater collection system, facilities and infrastructure. Employees in this classification perform semi-skilled, specialized work requiring a broad knowledge of maintenance techniques and requirements. Sewer jetting and CCTV work are the primary duties, in addition to performing duties in a manner consistent with the stated values of the organization.
Responsible for sharing on-call assignment on a rotating schedule, and responds to after-hours calls for water, sewer, storm water and water meter related emergencies. This position is part of the Town’s snow removal program. This will include scheduled on-call responsibilities through the winter months to remove snow using a 4-wheel drive pickup and/or heavy equipment. Snow removal shifts are typically 12 hours.
Qualifications generally include a High School diploma supplemented
by two (2) years of related work experience, preferably with exposure to
heavy equipment, basic piping techniques, underground utility repair and
or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. A
State of Colorado – Class 1 Operator Certification in assigned
discipline (Wastewater Collections) and preferred Class 1 in
non-assigned discipline is required. A valid Colorado Class A CDL
driver’s license with Tank Vehicle endorsement is required or ability to
obtain one within 6 months. Must satisfactorily complete a driving
record check, drug screening and criminal background check prior to
We value teamwork, cooperation, and quality communication. We strive to provide exceptional public service to our customers and encourage creativity and innovation. Hiring range: $18.15-$21.32/hr., DOQ/E, plus an excellent benefits package. Apply on line at www.crgov.com #MTIIWW2015-01. Position closes September 2, 2015. EOEDeadline: 09/02/2015
City of Westminster
Engineer / Senior Engineer – Utilities Planning and Engineering Division
Engineer - SCADA/Automation/Controls
Announcement: The OPPORTUNITY:
Provides technical expertise in the operation, support, development, and deployment of the District’s process control/automation computer systems. Performs analysis, design, and programming for new and existing, complex process control/network systems.
Bachelor's degree in electrical engineering or computer science, plus five years of experience in the operation and programming of real-time industrial control systems. Demonstrating working knowledge of process control theory and process instrumentation, as well as Distributed Control Systems, Programmable Logic Controllers, ladder logic, client/server programming, and data communications. Must have the ability to communicate effectively with technical staff, consultants, contractors, operations, and maintenance personnel.
Knowledge of computer networking, Allen-Bradley/ Rockwell hardware/software, ABB MOD/800xA hardware/software, and OSI PI software tools. Demonstrated expertise with Windows Server and desktop operating systems, TCP/IP, Microsoft Visual Basic/.NET, web-based software tools, and data base systems and design. Knowledge of wastewater technology.
Announcement: POSITION TITLE: Maintenance Technician
RESPONSIBLE TO: Maintenance Superintendent
POSITION TYPE: Full Time
SALARY RANGE: Maintenance Technician 1 $18.31 - $26.37 (hourly)
Maintenance Technician 2 $22.60 - $32.54 (hourly)
OPEN PERIOD: Until Filled
To Apply – Send resume, cover letter and employment application to email@example.com; with the subject line “ACWWA Maintenance Technician”. Employment applications can be found at http://arapahoewater.org/about-us/career-opportunities/
We are seeking Maintenance Technicians to perform equipment repair and maintenance work on water/wastewater systems and facilities.
Maintenance Technician I is the entry level class, performing a
variety of duties in construction, maintenance, repair, and operation of
water distribution and pumping systems.
Maintenance Technician II is the journey level class performing the
full range of assigned duties as the entry level position and includes
more difficult and complex maintenance and repair work.
1. Maintain and repair water, water reclamation, and wastewater systems, facilities, and equipment; including pump systems, pressure reducing stations, valves, cla-vals, and related appurtenances and structures; performs landscaping and grounds maintenance duties; performs construction and maintenance work on District buildings and facilities as assigned.
2. Repair and maintain water, water reclamation, and pressure reducing/sustaining stations, cla-vals, and pump stations; sewer systems such as lift stations, pressure lines, and related structures.
3. Assist in the repair of equipment within the water reclamation facilities; load and unload trucks; clean up work sites upon completion of job; operate and assist in the preventive maintenance on pumps, repair valves and related water pump station, lift station, and reclamation plant equipment; read and interpret plans, maps, and prints.
4. Observe safe work methods and safety precautions related to the work; flag and cone work sites for traffic control; shores trenches; using appropriate safety devices and equipment.
5. Operate and maintain a wide variety of hand and power tools related to the work including spaders, tampers, breaking guns, jack hammers, concrete saws, etc.
6. Operate a variety of trucks and equipment; inspect vehicles and perform minor maintenance; reporting needed repairs;
7. Estimate and secure tools, materials, and equipment necessary to complete assignments; requesting parts and supplies as necessary.
8. Prepare and maintain a variety of computerized and written records and reports related to work performed.
9. Be on-call on a rotational basis and work outside of regular work hours as necessary, including weekends and holidays
Announcement: Kennedy/Jenks Consultants is an employee-owned, full-service, engineering and environmental sciences consulting firm, serving private and public sector clients throughout the United States. We are currently looking for a Design Engineer in our Lakewood, Colorado office. The main objective of this position is to provide civil engineering consulting services to the firm’s water environment sector clients. You will support our team of professional engineers and gain valuable career experience.
This is a technical support role and will involve the design of water/wastewater infrastructure projects consisting of water supply, pump stations, pipelines, as well as master planning and general consulting for water and wastewater municipal clients. The successful candidate will be a self-starter who is comfortable working in a team environment supporting projects from proposal to construction completion. Your demonstrated ability to work in a fast-paced team environment and balance workloads on multiple projects will serve you well.
Ideal candidates will have 2-5 years of experience designing water/wastewater infrastructure projects. Experience with preparing pipe plan and profile and mechanical piping plans in AutoCAD Civil 3D and hydraulic modeling preferred. You will need a BS in Civil Engineering and EIT designation. PE registration preferred.
As an employee-owned firm, Kennedy/Jenks offers a unique company culture with a corporate commitment to maintaining a positive work/life balance. 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. If you are ready for this challenge, please apply at www.kennedyjenks.com/careers. Job# 836
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.
Deadline: Open until Filled
Engineering Project Manager/Inspector
Announcement: Successful candidate will with minimal supervision be responsible for observing construction of water and sewer infrastructure and ensuring work is completed in conformance with the contract documents, completing comprehensive daily reports that document the Work, making decisions about the adequacy of existing infrastructure, prepare pay requests, coordinate with contractor. Inspector will act as a liaison between the Town, the Engineer and the Contractor. Successful candidate must possess a valid drivers license and have experience with water and wastewater systems and their construction. Position is full time, temporary, and currently project specific located in Lake City, CO with work scheduled for the fall of 2015 and the spring of 2016. Please submit letters of interest including experience and salary history to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: til filled
Announcement: Finance Director
Widefield Water & Sanitation District (WWSD) is located in the southern portion of Colorado Springs, Colorado, near the City of Fountain. We are seeking a Finance Director with a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or Economics (required). Preference given for a Master’s degree in Finance, an MBA, or being a CPA. Minimum of 7 years of experience in accounting is required, preferably with a governmental agency, such as a city, county, state, or special district. At least 2 years in a management role supervising employees is also required. Knowledge of GAAP and GASB desired. Comprehensive knowledge of accounting and finance required. Excellent customer service skills and experience working with the public preferred. Proficient in utilizing a variety of billing/accounting software systems, including Microsoft’s Excel and Word. Experience with rate models is desired. The position involves directing, managing, planning, preparing, and reviewing all functions pertaining to the District’s finances and customer service. This position is responsible for the preparation of independent annual audits, monitoring of financial trends, and budget preparation. Produces monthly financial reports and shares financial information presented at monthly Board meetings. Supports and reports to the General Manager.
We are a progressive utility, with a positive work environment, offering an “excellent” benefit package, competitive salaries, and training opportunities.
Successful candidates will complete pre-employment screening; which includes, but is not limited to a Criminal Background check and drug screen.
If you desire to work for a utility that recognizes and appreciates your contributions, please submit an application, completed supplemental questions, along with your resume, for consideration. Resumes without a completed application and supplemental questions will be discarded. Visit our website at www.wwsdonline.com to view the job description and download the application and supplemental questions.
Submit your completed documents to Kelly Smith, Human Resources and Accounting Manager, at Kelly@wwsdonline.com or by fax to 719-390-1409.
Widefield Water and Sanitation District is an equal opportunity employer.
**Applications not meeting the minimum requirements will not be considered.
Seasonal Water Conservation Monitor
Announcement: Centennial Water and Sanitation District is currently accepting applications for Seasonal Water Conservation Monitor positions. Applicants must have a desire to provide excellent customer service to our Highlands Ranch community.
The primary responsibilities of our Water Monitor Positions are:
• Assist with ensuring that our customers comply with rules and regulations
• Provide information and educational support.
Assist other staff members with special projects as needed
These are seasonal positions working twenty (20) to forty (40) hours per week. Schedule will vary beginning as early as 6 a.m. and ending as late as 10 p.m. Weekend shifts are required from May to September.
Applicants must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent and be a minimum of 18 years of age. A valid Colorado driver’s license and acceptable Motor Vehicle Record are required. Applicants attending a college or university with a course of study focusing on water resources, horticulture, engineering, and natural resources or related fields are preferred.
Please submit your application, Background Check Authorization and current Motor Vehicle Record to Centennial Water and Sanitation District, Human Resources, 62 West Plaza Drive, Highlands Ranch, CO 80129. Applications and Background Check Authorization forms are also available on our web site at highlandsranch.org. Pre-employment drug screen will be done.
Starting salary is $10.00 per hour.
Applications will be accepted until positions have been filled.
Job Posting No. 2015-028
Deadline: until position is filled
Systems Administration/Technical Support
Announcement: Parker Water and Sanitation District is accepting applications for a full-time Systems Administration/Technical Support Analyst in the Information Technologies Department.
This non-exempt position, under direct supervision, performs basic hardware server setup, installation and configuration of operating systems, new releases and upgrades. Creates and manages user directories, files and network resources on the server platforms. Monitors, diagnoses and resolves simple operating system problems. Executes a backup and recovery process for all data systems. Utilizes administrative tools to monitor and schedule simple system tasks. Performs desktop and workstation support, PC/Tablet hardware and software troubleshooting, hardware/software installation, remote maintenance tools, first and second level technical support, may include low-to-mid level network and application administration functions. Performs a variety of computer systems administration and support tasks, including analyzing, constructing, documenting, testing, maintaining, troubleshooting and supporting of PC hardware, operating systems, software applications, peripherals, and communication devices for the entire District. Performs a variety of project tasks and requires good communications skills with the ability to work with users diplomatically and skillfully.
Qualification / Experience
Successful candidates must have a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science / Information Technology or certified systems administration or equivalent job related education and experience is required. Requires three to five years’ experience with technical support, installation, configuration, management and maintenance of networked workstations and servers in an enterprise environment.
Must be at least 18 years of age and possess a valid driver’s license with a motor vehicle record acceptable to the District’s insurance company.
Hourly Rate: $26.63/hour to $35.22/hour depending upon qualifications/experience.
Qualified candidates can send application to email@example.com or fax to 303-841-7457.
Job will be posted until filled.
You may download an application and view the full job description at www.pwsd.org/jobs.aspx
Deadline: Open Until Filled
Maintenance Worker I
Announcement: City of Glendale/Infinity Park Public Works Maintenance Worker I Salary Range: $13.50-18.15/hour DOE Full time 40 hours a week/ benefits
The City of Glendale/Infinity Park is seeking a full-time Maintenance Worker I. Duties include maintenance of streets, parks, including Infinity Park stadium grounds; sewer and waterline repairs, irrigation system repairs, and driving various trucks and other equipment. Applicant must be willing to work occasional evenings, weekends and holidays.
High School Diploma or GED required. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age, possess and maintain a valid Colorado driver’s license. A CDL is preferred. Applicants are subject to a pre-employment drug screen and physical. Applicants must be physically able to perform the job duties.
Please completed application, and resume if available, to Public Works Recruiter, City of Glendale, 950 S. Birch Street, Glendale, CO 80246. A complete job description and applications may be obtained from the City of Glendale website at www.glendale.co.us or at City Hall, 950 S. Birch Street, Second Floor, Glendale, CO 80246. Applications will be accepted through August 31st, 2015. EOE. 303-639-4708
Announcement: The Project Manager is responsible for administering and overseeing all aspects of the management, operation, and maintenance activities at facilities operating under one contract. Responsibilities also include supervision of staff, development of monthly reports for our client in Gallup, New Mexico.
Assumes responsibility for insuring the efficiency and effectiveness of the Project by:
Formulating divisional goals, strategies, and operating policies and procedures, and directing implementation of approved changes.
Making decisions on employees regarding employment, performance appraisal, salary changes, promotions, transfers, or terminations.
Insuring productivity levels are maintained through effective monitoring of staffing levels and financial requirements.
Overseeing the preparation and administration of the annual operating and capital budget.
Reviews and responds to the client’s regulatory letters.
Composes monthly reports for the assigned area.
Meets with supporting managers to discuss regulatory sampling, personnel and compliance issues.
Meets with city staff, council, and engineers to discuss facility operations, maintenance and capital projects.
Knowledge of water or wastewater treatment methods, process control techniques, and equipment operation and maintenance, budget analysis, and managing personnel.
Previous management experience required.
Bachelor’s degree in applied science or engineering and 7 years’ experience in the operation of water or wastewater treatment facility or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
In-Line Instrument Specialist
In-Line Instrument Specialist
Water / Wastewater Engineer
Announcement: HDR is an architectural, engineering and consulting firm that excels at complex projects and solving challenges for clients.
More than 9,200 professionals, including architects, engineers, consultants, scientists, planners and construction managers, in over 200 locations worldwide, pool their solutions beyond the scope of traditional A/E/C firms.
HDR is currently in need of an experienced Water / Wastewater Engineer to join our Colorado team. The ideal individual will have 8+ years of progressive experience with the evaluation, planning, design and construction of water and wastewater treatment processes and related infrastructure. Key responsibilities are expected to include:
• Working independently to develop treatment process and equipment alternatives.
• Coordinating with project managers, technical specialists and other engineering disciplines to evaluate alternatives.
• Preparing technical memoranda and design reports.
• Sizing process equipment and laying out facilities.
• Completing process and hydraulic calculations.
• Estimating facility capital and life cycle costs.
• Coordinating construction documents with multi-discipline project teams, and completing assignments within budget and schedule.
• Coordinating construction administration tasks including review of shop drawing submittals, responding to requests for information, and preparing field orders.
The position provides an opportunity to function as a technical specialist, task manager and/or Project Manager on projects, mentor junior engineers and enhance technical and design team management and client interaction skills.
If you are interested in this position, please clink on the web-link
Deadline: Until Filled
Waste Water Operator
Waste Water Operator
Announcement: Town of Eagle is currently accepting applications for the following position:
Waste Water Plant Operator: Minimum qualifications include: Class A treatment certification in the wastewater field.
This is a permanent, full time position.
Compensation depends on experience and certifications, plus a great benefit package.
For a complete job description and application, please go to www.townofeagle.org
Or applications can be picked up at: 1050 Chambers Ave, Eagle Co 81631
Equal Opportunity Employment
Announcement: The Church Ditch Water Authority is seeking a highly motivated, self-starter to fill the position of General Manager. This is a highly flexible position that will allow for both field work and administrative duties. The General Manager position will offer the qualified individual the opportunity to work in the growing field of water resource management and be responsible for the daily operations of the Authority.
Deadline: Open until filled
Source Water Quality Program Coordinator
Announcement: Under general direction, develop, recommend, and
implement source water protection program to achieve source water
protection and drinking water public health protection goals.
Coordinate with multiple departments and local and regional
agencies to develop partnerships to implement water quality protection
programs. Coordinate and manage source water quality
improvement/protection projects, direct meetings, and
oversee project budgets. Responsible for source water quality
monitoring, analysis, and data interpretation and reporting to support
water resources and treatment operations. Coordinate and conduct water
quality evaluation, research and special studies
Senior Project Manager- Water Supply
Announcement: CDM Smith provides lasting and integrated solutions in water, environment, transportation, energy and facilities to public and private clients worldwide. As a full-service consulting, engineering, construction, and operations firm, we deliver exceptional client service, quality results and enduring value across the entire project life cycle.
We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Senior Water Conveyance/Water Resources Project Manager to join our Denver or Kansas City operations. We are looking for someone who has excellent client interaction skills and can manage and lead design teams for large water conveyance and water resources projects in the Midwest.
As a member of this team, you would contribute to CDM Smith's mission by:
- Managing and serving as the lead Project Manager on major planning and design projects.
- Arrange, facilitate, and prepare for meetings/coordination with major municipal clients as well as key project stakeholders.
- Building and managing relationships with key municipal clients.
- Manage the preparation of design drawings and specifications for water supply and treatment projects.
- Budget, scope and schedule development, and monitoring for adherence to tasks and budgets.
- Responsible for adherence to Quality Analysis/Quality Control requirements for deliverables related to projects and tasks managed. Responsible for implementation of firm’s quality procedures at project and task levels.
- High level planning including preparation of technical documents and reports.
- Active in professional societies in which clients or potential clients are members.
A successful CDM Smith candidate will have:
- Bachelor’s degree in science/engineering.
- At least 12+ years of experience since B.S.
- Registration as a Professional Engineer (P.E.).
- Previous experience and demonstrated performance in the project design and delivery of medium and large water conveyance or water resources projects.
- Strong communication skills with internal and external clients.
- Experience as a leader, mentor, and problem solver with a determination for excellence.
- Experience in building and maintaining, collaborative and effective project teams.
CDM Smith 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.
Chief Engineer for Water and Sewer
Chief Engineer for Water and Sewer
Announcement: The City of Greeley Water & Sewer Department is seeking professionals who are committed to providing for a growing, dynamic community. Real people are impacted by what we do - every day, 365 days per year. Come be a part in this effort!
As a part of the Division, you will work with a group of committed engineers, and other professionals who are dedicated to continuing and enhancing Greeley’s leadership role in the Colorado water community. Are you someone with the courage and skills to make a difference? Do you have a desire to contribute in a significant way? Come join our team. If you are innovative, enjoy challenges and are seeking a position with significant responsibility, come see what Greeley has to offer.
Engineering position directing the renovation and expansion of a complex water and wastewater system that includes nine reservoirs, two filter plants, one wastewater plant, three finished water reservoirs, and 100’s of miles of transmission, distribution, and sewerage piping; serving a community of over 100,000. The Chief Engineer for Water and Sewer serves as program manager of engineering design and construction services for water and sewer capital projects which have averaged $40 million annually manages projects and supervises a staff of engineers plus support staff.
We need you. Public service is an honorable profession and local service provides the opportunity to work directly with people we serve. Come be a part of Greeley – A City Achieving Excellence.
BS in Civil/Sanitary Engineering or Construction Management PE license Extensive related experience For full information and to apply online, go here
Ramey Environmental Compliance is a growing Water & Wastewater Operations Co. seeking applications for immediate F/T mechanic for our Equipment Services Division:
This position assists with the routine and skilled maintenance and repair of multiple Water & Wastewater Treatment Plants and related facilities and equipment. Performs complex to very simple maintenance and repair work on plant facilities, pumps, blowers, engines, motors, chemical feeders, filters, bar screens, valves, pipes, air compressors, heating/cooling equipment, aeration equipment and other major mechanical and hydraulic equipment found in a water or wastewater treatment facilities. Fabricates and machine simple repair parts for equipment; use welders, compressors and other power tools as well as hand tools. Be able to read and understand equipment diagrams and cut sheets. Ability to read and interpret blueprints, etc. Monitors facilities and equipment to identify and repair leaks or other malfunctions. High School graduate or GED. three years’ experience in process equipment installation, maintenance and repair. Requires a valid Motor Vehicle Operators License issued by the State of Colorado. Must have clean MVR. Highly Competitive Salary & Benefits. Fax resume to: 303-833-5535 or e- mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Water/Wastewater Systems Full Time Operator
Ramey Environmental Compliance is a growing Water & Wastewater Operations Co. seeking applications for immediate F/T operator located on our mountain route:
Duties include but not limited to O & M of Water/Wastewater
facilities. Must possess at least a
Assistant Vice President of Operations
Ramey Environmental Compliance, Inc. is the leader of comprehensive contract operations for water and wastewater services to municipal and industrial customers in the Rocky Mountain Region.
The Assistant Vice President of Operations supports the Vice President and President in achieving compliance with existing and future clients. Actively assists all operations personnel in completing their tasks as well as planning and executing new projects and clients.
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