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Title: Civil/Water Engineer
Announcement: CIVIL/WATER ENGINEER
Wright Water Engineers (WWE) of Denver is seeking a civil/environmental engineer with five to six years consulting engineering experience to work on water engineering projects.
• Bachelor's degree in civil engineering or environmental engineering. Experience with design and construction is desirable. Must be able to work with construction plans and specifications. Ability to work with limited supervision to meet project goals on time.
• Prefer a Master’s Degree.
• Prefer a P.E. in Colorado.
• Experience with AutoCAD® Civil 3D®.
The successful candidate will work with a diverse staff of experienced engineers and hydrogeologists on a wide range of projects such as treatment process design/evaluation, potable/nonpotable/reuse/pipeline design, dam design, site grading, aquifer recharge, permitting, water, wastewater, and pump station design and water source supply studies.
WWE is an EOE. For more imnformation, see wrightwater.com.
Email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Maintenance Technician I
Announcement: The Town of Castle Rock has an excellent opportunity for a Maintenance Technician I to join the Utilities Department. Under direct supervision, performs a variety of semi-skilled specialized level work in the maintenance and operations and repair of the Town’s water, sewer and storm water lines, facilities and infrastructure. Performs duties in a manner consistent with the stated values of the organization.
Responsibilities include utilizing specialized equipment and a GIS mapping system to locate and perform preventative maintenance, operations and repair, and inspections on Town owned utilities infrastructure. Work assignments require the exchange of information with customers in communicating the cause and resolution of either commercial or residential service complaints. This position requires entering confined spaces and operating heavy equipment. Responsible for sharing pager duty on a rotating schedule and responding to after-hours calls for service including water and sewer 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 or GED supplemented by one (1) year related work experience, preferably with exposure to heavy equipment, basic piping techniques, underground utility repair; or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience. State of Colorado Water Distribution – Class I and State of Colorado Wastewater Collection - Class I certifications required, or ability to attain within one year of employment. Valid Colorado Class A CDL driver’s license with Tank Vehicle endorsement required, or ability to attain within 6 months. Must satisfactorily complete a driving record check and criminal background check prior to commencing employment.
We value teamwork, cooperation, and quality communication. We strive to provide exceptional public service to our customers and encourage creativity and innovation. Hiring range: $16.51-$19.40/hr., DOQ/experience, plus an excellent benefits package. Apply on line at www.crgov.com. #MTI2014-03. Position closes October 21, 2014. EOE.
Regional Sales Manager
Regional Sales Manager
Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator A
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.
What you'll be doing: This is a strategic support role and will involve the design of water/wastewater infrastructure projects consisting of water tanks, booster pump stations, sewer lift stations, pipelines, etc. 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.
What you'll need: Ideal candidates will have 2-5 years of experience designing water/wastewater infrastructure projects including design of pipelines, pump stations and reservoirs. 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/Environmental Engineering. EIT designation or 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
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.
Announcement: Colorado Industrial A or B Operator for project in SW Colorado near South Fork, CO.
Primary skills: Process experience with lime addition, Clarification, Sludge Recycle, and High Density Sludge (HDS) Process.
Secondary skills: Operating safety, Plant maintenance, Project management, Project admin., Crew supervisor, Grounds and facility maintenance, Record Keeping, Equipment Operation Full time w/ good benefits.
Send resumes to email@example.com
Deadline: November 1st, 2014
Sanitary Sewer/Stormwater Manager
Announcement: Sanitary Sewer/Stormwater Manager – Casper Public Services – Public Utilities Division (Wyoming)
Salary: $72,147 to $87,689/Annual
Seeking a dedicated, self-directed leader to oversee activities and operations relating to sanitary sewer and stormwater management. This is a division manager position that receives general supervision from the Public Utilities Operations Manager. Primary duties include coordinating, education and managing all programs relating to environmental and sustainability compliance; managing the operation and maintenance of utilities; preparing and managing the division budget; and preparing operational and statistical reports.
Requires three years of increasingly responsible experience in working with sanitary sewer and/or stormwater systems and a minimum of two years of experience as a supervisor. A Bachelor’s degree in engineering, public or business administration, environmental science or a closely related field required. A Master’s degree is preferred. Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid license as a Professional Engineer in the State of Wyoming.
Applications must be submitted online by October 31, 2014 at
www.casperwy.gov. A complete
listing of job duties & responsibilities can be found on our website.
Lead Plant Operator (Water Treatment)
Announcement: The City of Loveland, CO is seeking applications for a Lead Plant Operator to perform technical functions required for the overall operations of the water treatment plant and provides leadership and direction for the plant operations and maintenance. Responsible for all technical operations of the water treatment plant to meet required and established levels of service.
Successful candidates will have at least three (3) years of
experience as a Water Treatment Plant Operator A or comparable
certification (state-to-state reciprocity). Three (3) years experience
as a certified Water Treatment Plant Operator with an additional two (2)
years experience as a Water Treatment Plant Operator A may substitute
for the three (3) years Operator A experience requirement.
Candidates must possess a Class A or equivalent Water Treatment
Plant Operator's license and be able to obtain a Colorado Class A Water
Treatment Plant Operator’s license within 30 days of hire.
Hiring salary: $25.73 - $32.79 per hour. The City offers competitive employee benefits including medical, dental, and vision insurance coverage for employees and dependents, vacation and medical leave, 11 paid holidays, 5% match in a 401(a) deferred compensation plan and employee life insurance.
To be considered for this opportunity please submit a City of Loveland application. Apply online at www.cityofloveland.org/job by Friday, October 31, 2014.
Utility Maintenance Worker I, II
Utility Service Worker I: This is an entry-level position which
performs a variety of preventative maintenance of City public
infrastructure and property under general supervision.
Utility Service Worker II: This is a journey-level position which performs a variety of preventative maintenance of City public infrastructure and property under general supervision.
Customer Finance Technician
Announcement: Customer Finance Technician Widefield Water & Sanitation District (WWSD) is located in the southern portion of Colorado Springs, Colorado, near the City of Fountain. We are seeking a Customer Finance Technician with a minimum of 3 years of experience in customer service, combination of relevant experience, training, and education may be considered in lieu of a degree (preferred), customer billing (utility billing preferred), payment processing, and being proficient in utilizing a variety of billing/accounting software systems, including Microsoft’s Excel and Word.
The position represents the District as a primary contact and must have excellent communication skills. Taking ownership of the position responsibilities and the ability to work with minimal direct supervision are essential.
We are a progressive utility, with a positive work team environment, offering an “excellent” benefit package, competitive salaries, and training opportunities.
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 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.
Deadline: November 15, 2014
O&M Lead Tech
Announcement: Operations and Maintenance Lead Tech
Willows Water District, located in Centennial, CO, is accepting applications for Lead O&M Tech. The ideal candidate would have a combination of construction, field operation and maintenance, and GIS experience. Must be self-directed, able to work independently with little oversight, and as part of a team.
Willows Water District is Denver Water Distributor and provides an average of 2.4 million gallons of potable drinking water to its customers each day. The District monitors its water distribution network through a state-of-the-art SCADA (System Control and Data Acquisition) system. The District's system includes about 80 miles of pipes, ranging in size from six inches to 30 inches, 6,000 service lines and more than 600 fire hydrants. The quality of water is monitored by extensive testing to meet Colorado and federal Clean Drinking Water standards. Willows Water District utilizes an Asset Management System (AMS) that serves as an effective management tool for the operation, maintenance of the District's water facilities.
Five years’ experience in the construction and maintenance of Water utilities. GIS experience a plus.
Colorado Distribution System Operator Class 3 (Class 4 preferred). Valid CO Driver’s License. A District employment application is required.
Salary Range DOQ:
$20.98 - $30.42/hr. plus excellent benefitsDeadline: 10/31/2014
WWTP Foreman/Chief Operator
Announcement: The City of Trinidad is seeking a highly motivated
individual for the position of Wastewater Treatment Plant Foreman/Chief
Operator. The position serves as the Operator in
Responsible Charge (ORC) of the City's extended aeration of 2.0 MGD
water reclamation facility. The position requires the
applicant to have a current and valid state issued Class "A" Wastewater
certificate or the ability to obtain within one year or two test cycles.
The annual wage is $54,080 with excellent healthcare and
retirement benefits. See announcement for a full
Deadline: November 7, 2014
Wastewater Laboratory Technician
Announcement: Wastewater Laboratory Technician
Widefield Water and Sanitation District (WWSD) is located in the southern portion of Colorado Springs, Colorado. WWSD is seeking a Wastewater Laboratory Technician with an Associate’s degree (Bachelor’s preferred) in wastewater technology, chemistry, biology, physics, microbiology, or related field and a minimum of 3 years of experience as a wastewater technician or analyst at a wastewater treatment plant. Experience in an activated sludge plant is desirable. WWSD serves approximately 7,300 sewer connections and 6,800 water connections. We are a progressive utility that offers a positive work environment. We offer an “excellent” benefit package, competitive salaries and employee training. 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.
Please submit an application along with your resume for consideration. Resumes without a completed application will not be accepted. Please do not apply if you do not meet the minimum qualifications.
Submit your documents to Kelly Smith, Human Resources and Accounting Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax 719-390-1409. You can download and complete an application and view the job description by visiting our website at http://www.wwsdonline.com
Widefield Water and Sanitation District is an Equal Opportunity Employer
ELECTRICAL, INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL SPECIALIST
Want to work in an excellent environment with a great team? Looking for regular working hours, good pay and competitive benefits? Want to be close to home and family?
Fort Collins has an excellent opportunity for a journey electrician to be responsible for installation, calibration, maintenance, and repair of electrical and pneumatic equipment / instruments / computer systems and related controls at wastewater treatment facilities. Maintains and troubleshoots complex, technical, high voltage and/or potentially hazardous processes and equipment.
ANNUAL SALARY RANGE: $51,631.00 - $72,036.00 DOQ + Benefits.
Apply at www.fcgob.com/jobs. Open until filled. Drug test and background check required. EOE.
Senior Water and Wastewater Engineer
Deadline: Open Until Filled
Civil Engineer - Mid Level
Announcement: Carollo Engineers, a nationally recognized engineering firm specializing in water and wastewater engineering, is seeking a Civil Engineer ~ Mid Level to join our team in our Broomfield, CO office.
Responsibilities include performing engineering work in water and wastewater treatment and conveyance infrastructure; work on engineering planning and design projects; prepare reports; develop plans and specifications; prepare cost estimates for various water and wastewater projects; permitting and alternative analysis; preparation of technical memoranda, reports and electronic deliverables; data entry and analysis; provide engineering services during construction; participate in field activities such as pilot testing.
Required knowledge, skills, and abilities include the application of engineering principles including critical thinking, analysis, and innovative techniques; strong verbal and written communication skills; work well in a team environment; and have the ability to communicate effectively with clients and project team; energy and enthusiasm is at a premium.
Required education and experience include a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering and five to ten years of directly-relevant experience in water and wastewater engineering.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, marital status, sex, age, sexual orientation, ethnicity, or status as a protected veteran.
Announcement: General Manager – Municipal Water and Wastewater Utility – Steamboat Springs, Colorado
The Mt. Werner Water and Sanitation District provides water and wastewater services to the resort area of Steamboat Springs and operates the raw water sources and water treatment facilities that supply the City of Steamboat Springs, Colorado.
The General Manager is responsible for all aspects of District operations and capital improvements including raw water supply, water treatment and distribution, wastewater collection, system mapping and archives, regulatory compliance, water rights and legal matters, rates and fees, billing, finance, and management of District reserves. The GM also provides outreach to the general public and manages relations with local governmental bodies and state agencies. The GM reports to an elected five-person Board of Directors.
10-15 years’ progressive management experience in municipal water utility operations. BSCE preferred.
Estimated start date March 2, 2015
Respond to Mt. Werner Water and Sanitation District, P.O. Box 880339, Steamboat Springs, CO 80488 or email to email@example.com.
No phone calls please.
Deadline: December 31, 2014
Area Sales Manager
Announcement: Looking to grow your career? For a company that
supports that growth and cares for its employees? Look no further. Romac
Industries, innovator of pipe products for the waterworks industry,
seeks an Area Manager to sell, promote, market, and develop new
business. This person will need to reside in the Denver area and is
responsible for the Midwest sales territory (AR, CO, KS, MO, OK). To be
successful in this role, extensive travel (80+ nights a year) will be
required and you’ll need fantastic organizational skills, be
self-motivated and ambitious. Know that you’ll be supported by great
sales mentors and an office support staff where the customer’s
satisfaction is top priority.
To be successful in this role, extensive road travel will be required
and you’ll need fantastic organizational skills, a clean driving record
and be able to maneuver our products for demonstrations with customers.
Know that you’ll be supported by great sales mentors and an office
support staff where the customer’s satisfaction is top priority. Today
we’re a little bigger, but our commitment to serving our customers and
our customer’s customers is as evident today as it was nearly 50 years
Deadline: until filled
Water Treatment Operator
Announcement: POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT
POSITION: Water Treatment Operator
SALARY: $15.99 - $22.37 DOQ
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 c ontrol 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.
Todd Creek Village Metropolitan District
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, and Distribution systems. Applicant must possess at least a Class “D” Water Treatment Plant Operator Certification 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
Wastewater Treatment Operator A,B, C, or D or Collections Systems Operator or Trainee Wanted
Location: Cortez Colorado - Cortez Colorado is in Southwestern Colorado and is between Farmington NM and Durango CO. Fishing and hunting is accessible within 20 minutes of Cortez. The San Juan Mountains, Mesa Verde National Park and other national landmarks along with snow Skiing are nearby. You get the beauty of Colorado without the high living costs.
Salary/Benefits: Salary DOQ. - CSD offers competitive salary and benefit package that includes Medical, Dental, Retirement plan, Life Insurance, Vacation/Sick Leave, Certificate renewal and CDOT Physical.
Wastewater Treatment Operator, normal workweek 8:00 am- 4:30 pm with one week on call requirement per month, rotate duties with treatment plant and collections system. Under general supervision, performs work of routine difficulty under the guidance and direction of the Collections Supervisor and the Superintendent. This is skilled work requiring the efficient operation and maintenance of equipment and facilities. Operator will perform process control and laboratory testing. Operator will also perform the routine preventative maintenance and emergency repair of equipment. Starts and stops machinery and pumps, operates valves, observes operation of equipment, and keeps readings in logs. Investigates and resolves basic abnormal conditions. Operator keeps a daily log of activities that is auditable by state and federal agencies. Uses hand and power tools to make repairs and to perform building, grounds cleaning, and maintenance. Practices and adheres to all company safety and operational policies.
Collection System duties will include, main line cleaning with Hydro/Vac and Video Inspection, general point repairs, mainline replacement, Liftstation daily inspections, repairs. The positions are rotated on a weekly basis.
WASTEWATER TREATMENT OPERATORS must be high school graduate or GED along with a valid class “B” commercial driver’s license with safe driving record. Applicants must be able to obtain a Colorado Wastewater/Collection Systems Operator licenses. Applicant must be available to work weekends and holidays.
Must Pass Mandatory Drug Screening
WASTEWATER OPERATOR position(s) are considered “Open until filled.”
Please submit resume with current DMV record to Cortez Sanitation District, PO Drawer 730, 2908 S. Broadway, Cortez, Colorado, 81321 or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org If you have any questions please call Phil Starks at 970-565-3962.
Water Treatment Plant Operator
Announcement: City of Sterling is accepting applications for Water Treatment Plant Operator for the state of the art 10 MGD RO Treatment Facility. Position will require on-call rotation shifts, 10 hour shifts, weekend and holiday shifts, and possibly work in evenings. Responsible for operating and monitoring all phases of the plant; occasional supervision of other utility personnel may be required. Experience and education with be considered in DOQ. For more information on the experience and education requirements, please review job description on Neogov website.
Colorado certifications Class A, Class B are applicable.
Possess and maintain valid CO driver’s license; and ability to obtain CO CDL Driver license within 6 months of hire.
Hiring range is $15.78 - $20.10 DOQ. Position is open until filled. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt. EOE
Only online applications will be accepted. The application is available at www.sterlingcolo.com. Click on Job Opportunities and you will enter Neogov site. An account will need to be created by applicant including username and password. Individuals lacking online access can contact Sterling Public Library or CO Workforce Center for assistance.
Water Circuit Rider
Location: Colorado Rural Water Association, Pueblo West, CO
1. Multi-year employment required (5 years experience preferred) in working for, operating, maintaining or managing a rural/community water system.
2. A well-rounded technical knowledge of rural and small system needs an methods of meeting those needs.
3. Technical k knowledge of operating, maintaining and managing a rural/community water system.
4. An understanding of budget/financial conditions.
5. Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing, with operator, decision makers, regulatory agencies and other professionals.
6. Ability to identify, locate and explain water problems to field personnel and decision makers.
7. Willingness to travel extensively.
9. Written approval of the NRWA Administrator/Program Manager prior to employment.
How to Apply: Send resume to Colorado Rural Water Association, attn: Tom Wall, 176 W Palmer Lake Drive, Pueblo West, CO 81007 or to TWall@crwa.comcastbiz.net.
For a complete job description visit our website at www.crwa.net, click on Classified Ads and Job Openings at CRWA. In the job announcement is a CLICK HERE link for the complete job description.
Deadline: Open until filled
Special Projects Manager
Announcement: The City of Loveland's Water & Power Department is currently seeking applications for a Special Projects Manager to perform engineering, project management, and construction administration work for water supply, treatment, pumping, storage, and distribution projects; and wastewater collection, pumping, and treatment projects.
Candidates must possess a Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, construction management, or related field from an accredited college or university. Five (5) years’ experience at the level of project engineer or project manager is also required. Specialized experience in the following: water and wastewater treatment plant design and construction, instrumentation and control, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, pump stations, water and sewer line construction and operation, pressure and non-pressure pipe systems, fabrication and design of storage vessels and pipes, specialized coating systems, traffic safety, and confined space entry desired. Professional Engineer registration is preferred and a valid driver's license is required.
The hiring salary range is $68,200 - $87,000 per year, depending on
qualifications. The City offers competitive employee
benefits including medical, dental, and vision insurance coverage for
employees and dependents, vacation and medical leave, 11 paid holidays,
5% match in a 401(a) deferred compensation plan and employee life
To be considered for this career opportunity an online City of
Loveland application must be submitted at
Deadline: Until filled
Wastewater Treatment Engineering Technician
The Wastewater Treatment Engineering Technician is responsible for safe and efficient operation of the Leprino Foods Greeley Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP). Duties include all aspects of wastewater treatment operations including, but not limited to, sampling, laboratory analysis, treatment process monitoring and adjustment, equipment operation, maintenance, and facility sanitation in accordance with 5S standards.
- execution of daily activities to meet WWTP process and compliance needs
- execute leadership abilities to maintain team members engagement, energy, and empowerment.
- ability to process and prioritize information, decision, and resources to maintain operation and compliance of the WW facility.
- demonstrate desire and ability to progress into supervisory roles.
- preparation of Daily WWTP Operational Reports
- preparation of monthly discharge monitoring reports
- verification of laboratory procedures including implementation of laboratory data quality control/assessment
- ensuring adequate communication is maintained between shifts
- assigning planned and unplanned maintenance work orders to WWTP technicians including verifying and closing out maintenance work orders,
The Wastewater Treatment Technician position is physically demanding and requires being on the feet the entire shift which includes standing and walking, kneeling for extended periods of time, working in wet/dry/cold/hot environments, working in tight spaces, climbing steps and ladders, working at extreme heights, making pipe connections, using hand tools, physically transporting parts and tools, and lifting equipment parts which can weigh up to 70 Lbs. The Wastewater Treatment Technician must be able to work overtime and holidays when required and be able to fill in for other technicians upon request.
Education and Experience:
The following is required
- Must be 18 years old
- A 2-year Associate’s Degree in related science or technical field with working knowledge of the operation of complex industrial processes and equipment, OR applicants having a 4-year college degree in engineering, environmental science , or biological sciences seeking an entry-level environmental position will be considered.
- Ability to take and pass the entry level Colorado Industrial Wastewater Class D exam within 6 months and the Industrial Wastewater Class B exam within 4 years.
- Strong familiarity with environmental laboratory procedures
- Knowledge of government and industrial regulations (e.g. EPA, CDPHE, OSHA);
- Proficiency with MS Excel data entry and management, email, internet, Microsoft Office software, and computerized management systems (e.g. SAP and Adoble Flex)
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities:
- Must be able to work any shift
- Ability to perform essential job functions
- Ability to wear required personal protective equipment
- Ability to comply with all applicable safety practices
- Ability to maintain a clean work area
- Ability to complete written reports
- Ability to perform basic and intermediate mathematical calculations and enter data into and pull data from computer systems
Leprino Foods Company is an equal opportunity employer who supports a drug-free workplace. EOE/AA
Applicants can apply online at DairyDreamJobs.com
Stormwater Quality Engineer
Manages technical and regulatory aspects of the City of Boulder (city) Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permit under the Water Quality and Environmental Services (WQES) Group. Develops, recommends and implements policies and strategies for compliance with the MS4 permit required Control Measures issued under state and federal regulation. Leads technical and regulatory activities internally, with stakeholder groups and regulatory agencies. Plans and directs projects and activities related to meeting MS4 permit regulatory requirements including public and private construction sites and city facilities. Develops reports which evaluate construction site impacts, residential impacts and support environmental studies and water quality monitoring related to MS4 permit reporting. Supports the enforcement of city code related to stormwater discharges and water quality protection as required under the MS4 permit. Supports the larger Stormwater Quality Program and coordinates with other WQES Programs as needed.
INDUSTRIAL WASTE - AMALGAM CONTROL PROGRAM INVESTIGATOR
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 our 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).
THE OPPORTUNITY – Performs a variety of routine technical and administrative tasks necessary for implementation of the Metro District’s Dental Amalgam Control Program.
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