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Operations & Maintenance Tech LeadThe primary role of this position is in wastewater treatment facility operations. Under the supervision of an operations supervisor, perform a variety of semi-skilled, skilled and advanced skilled technical duties related to operation and maintenance of the City's wastewater treatment plant. Position is eligible for additional skill pay in the areas of maintenance, instrumentation, and water plant operations.
Plant Operator OR Trainee - Water
Announcement: The City and County of Broomfield is currently
accepting applications for Plant Operator OR Trainee (Water).
For more information and to submit an application please visit
our website at
www.broomfield.org/jobs. Applications are due by
5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 30, 2014. EOE.
Position: PRETREATMENT INSPECTOR/PERMIT WRITER
Job Code: 001792
Job Bid: 140137
Schedules and conducts pre-permit, scheduled, and demand inspections of industrial users for compliance with Federal, State, and local regulations using approved Standard Operating Instructions (SOIs). Produces detailed and accurate inspection reports. Informs Pretreatment Senior Staff Technician and Program Manager of any changes or deficiencies and makes recommendations for appropriate remedial action. Schedules inspections in accordance with established guidance and ensures that Federal, State, and local mandated timeframes are met. Makes recommendations to the Pretreatment Program Manager when inspection frequency should be increased due to observed non-compliances and when inspections should be conducted unannounced. Maintains inspection-tracking database. Develops, revises, and renews permit basis documents and wastewater discharge permits for non-categorical Significant Industrial Users (SIUs), and Categorical Industrial Users (CIUs), in accordance with 40 CFR 403, Utah Administrative Code, Salt Lake City Ordinance, and established Federal guidance documents.
PRETREATMENT SENIOR SAMPLER / INSPECTOR
Job Bid: 140070
Department: Public Utilities
Salary: (019) $2,824.00 - $4,035.00
Close Date: 4/20/2014
“This posting is for a union-eligible job. Wage and employment offers are generally considered at the entry pay rate; however, based upon terms established in the union’s approved Memorandum of Understanding, the City may consider objective criteria such as prior experience or training when deciding appropriate pay rates.”
The closing date has been extended from April 11th to April 20th.
This position is being re-advertised. Applicants who have applied previously need only apply once to be considered.
A ten year personal, criminal and employment background check is required by the Salt Lake City Public Utilities Department.
Under the direction of the Pretreatment Program Manager, implements requirements of industrial wastewater sampling program and coordinates activities with administration and laboratory. Develops and maintains sampling schedules to ensure permit monitoring requirements are performed in a timely, efficient, and legally defensible manner. Conducts on-site analyses, cleans and maintains equipment, and keeps accurate records. Conducts monitoring of industrial users for regulatory compliance. Conducts Industrial Waste Survey field investigations.
Lead Plant Operator Water Treatment PlantRequisition Number: 14-04072-A
Salary Range: $55,904 – $71,561 per year
Opening Date: Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Closing Date: Monday, April 22, 2013, 8:30 a.m.
This is technically skilled work in the operation and maintenance of two Class "A" Water Treatment Plants. Work duties include, but are not limited to, maintaining plant operation and budget records, preparing reports, ordering supplies, maintenance planning, completing work orders, and serving as the direct supervisor to the operations staff. Works closely with, and reports directly to the Plant Superintendent. Assumes the role of Plant Superintendent during the Superintendent’s absence. May be required to substitute on shift due to an operator shortage for any reason and at any time. Incumbent will be required to be on-call as needed.
WASTEWATER OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE MANAGERThe plant Operation & Maintenance Manager is a key managerial position requiring advanced technical knowledge of wastewater treatment processes, controls, and associated equipment. The O&M Manager organizes, plans, monitors and supervises Plant's treatment process operations and maintenance sections.
The Salt Lake City Water Reclamation Facility is a 109 mg peak hour, 56 mgd average day conventional trickling filter, activated sludge plant. The City has invested over $50M over the past 10 years with upgrades in plant treatment and energy recovery projects, including major SCADA and electrical upgrades, new aeration basis, secondary clarifiers, methane recovery power plants and new sealed floating cover digesters with linear motion mixing, boosting gas production and energy recovery to exceed plant power needs into the future. The plant produces a preferred Utah class B biosolids used by Kennecott Copper and the Salt Lake County landfill for land restoration. Additional upgrades contemplated in the next 10 years include enhanced nutrient recovery and potential reuse as the State of Utah updates nutrient standards for our receiving waters and the Great Salt Lake.
Sr Water Instr, Elect and Control Spec
The Senior Water Instrumentation, Electric and Control Specialist supports the Southern Delivery System Water Treatment Plant, Finished Water Pump station, and the three Raw Water Pump Stations during construction, start up and commissioning, and into normal operation. The successful candidate will be responsible for installing, maintaining, calibrating, troubleshooting, testing, and repairing a wide variety of water electronic, instrumentation, control, relaying systems and equipment. You will bring this department to the next level with your excellent instrumentation skills coupled with strong problem solving abilities and the desire to work in an autonomous environment.
Wastewater Treatment Plant Maintenance Technician
Announcement: Cortez Sanitation District is seeking a Wastewater Treatment Plant Maintenance Technician
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.
Under the immediate supervision of the District Superintendent, will be required to perform plant equipment and building maintenance and other duties as deemed necessary by the District Superintendent and/or the District Manager.
Position requires knowledge and experience in preventive maintenance,
operation, troubleshooting, repairs, and modifications to motors, HVAC,
controllers, and anything related with the Wastewater treatment facility
and/or Sewer Lift Stations. Must be able to obtain a class “B” CDL.
Duties include: Performs scheduled preventative maintenance on all plant equipment, performs mechanical repairs and installations of machinery and equipment. Develops routine maintenance and calibration schedules. Maintains service records, parts inventory and specifications for in house machinery, instrumentation and equipment. Performs minor electrical repairs and installations when necessary. Experience with Variable Frequency Drives, Instrumentation Equipment, PLC’s, soft - starts and SCADA is highly desirable. On-call and occasional overtime work is required.
Ideal minimum requirements: HS Diploma or GED and 2-5 years experience in related position in a similar environment with ability to comprehend complex specifications, blueprints and manuals. Diesel generator maintenance experience is desirable. Knowledge relating to and ability to maintain pumps, compressors, generators, engines, disinfection equipment, valves, gates, mixers, conveyors and various buildings. The ability to work outdoors in inclement weather is necessary. Must have the ability to read and follow O&M manuals, wiring diagrams, specifications, and various instructions. Must be able to work well with other staff members and carry out both verbal and written instructions. The ability to work on-call and overtime with a varying on-call schedule and effectively communicate and collaborate with staff and product vendors. Equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered.
Must be able to pass mandatory pre-employment drug screen and have a valid driver’s license with a satisfactory driving record. Pay Range- DOQ
Please submit resumes to Cortez Sanitation District, PO Drawer 730, Cortez Colorado, 81321 or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org . Dead line for resumes is April 21st, 2014. If you have any questions please call Phil Stark
Deadline: April 21, 2014
Announcement: For more information or to submit an application, please go to https://bouldercolorado.gov/jobs-and-volunteer/
Under general supervision, to install, inspect, configure, calibrate, maintain, troubleshoot and repair a variety of instrumentation such as electronic, electrical, and computer based systems. Performs corrective, preventative, predictive maintenance, troubleshoot motors and motor control centers. Works with the Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Administrator on programmable logic controllers (PLC’s) and maintenance software packages and performs related duties as required.
Water Utilities Technician I or II
Announcement: 14-0137 WATER UTILITIES TECHNICIAN I or II Operations Division Public Works & Natural Resources Department City of Longmont, Colorado
View complete job announcement and
APPLY ONLINE AT www.ci.longmont.co.us
POSITION OPEN UNTIL FILLED
Hiring Range: : Tech I $17.83–$21.39/hr DOQ Tech II $19.52-$23.42/hr DOQ
M-F 40 Hrs/week - Regular Full Time + Benefits Shift work/on-call required to respond to service calls and emergency on-call shifts within established time.
DEFINITION: Perform a variety of installation, maintenance, and repair duties in the operation and maintenance of the Water Distribution, Collection and Drainage Systems including reservoirs, pump stations, line maintenance and repair, ditch and in-let and water meter calibration and repair. TECHNICIAN I is an entry to journey level core position that requires employees to learn to perform basic utility work and to demonstrate active and self-initiated learning and a progressively improving knowledge of utility operations and maintenance technology. Training will be provided as needed to develop flexible skills and knowledge to be used in the Division Workforce Flexibility program. TECHNICIAN II is a career level position that requires employees to be self-directed in their work approach and to demonstrate a high level of knowledge and skills related to the distribution, collection, and storm water systems.
QUALIFICATIONS: Technician I: A combination of education & experience equivalent to completion of the twelfth grade plus one year of experience performing water and sewer utility work. Possession of Class “B” Colorado CDL with “N” Tanker endorsement is required within 6 mo. of employment. Must obtain Class I Distribution & Class I Collection Certification within 12 months of hire date. Technician II: A combination of education & experience equivalent to completion of the twelfth grade plus three years of experience performing distribution, collection, and storm water system repair, installation, and maintenance. Possession of Class “B” Colorado CDL with “N” Tanker endorsement is required within 6 mo. of employment. To be considered for Technician II, candidates must possess either a Class 4 or a Class 3 Collection or Distribution Certification or clearly demonstrate the ability to obtain one Class 3 certification and one Class 4 certification by the end of the 6 months probationary period.
Selection process will include complete job description review, personal interview, physical abilities test, drug screen, and criminal background check. CDL holders will be required to complete the FMCSR disclosure form.
DEADLINE: A CITY OF LONGMONT APPLICATION IS REQUIRED. An on-line application is available at www.ci.longmont.co.us. For more information please call (303) 651-8609.
Deadline: Open Until Filled
ACCOUNTING DEPT POSITION
The billing specialist handles the daily customer service phone calls and office visits, including difficult and emotional customer situations. Performs daily administrative duties for maintaining customer accounts and monthly billing procedures, as well as other administrative duties as assigned. Performs monthly download for reading meters, imports reads into billing system for billing purposes, audits consumption monthly to determine abnormal consumption, records reasons for changes, and ensures resolution. Works with title companies on sale of properties and with owners and property managers on tenant transfers and issues. Monitors and maintains accounts with regard to foreclosures and/or bankruptcies. Performs monthly billing procedures, analytical and reconciliation work. Processes payments for those customers set up for automatic payments. Perform a variety of customer service duties related to utility billing, fees, rates, service requests, payments, delinquent accounts, and reconciliation. Assists in interpreting and applies rules and regulations, policies, procedures, and precedents in response to inquiries and complaints from the public; researches questions and complaints and follows up as required. Represents the District to all callers and visitors in a professional and customer friendly manner. Prepares special reports related to customer billing. Receives and processes service requests, determines and bills necessary charges related thereto. Resolves issues/problems regarding delinquent accounts. Prepares routine correspondence relating to customer service activities. Processes non-collectible final bills, insufficient funds checks, bankruptcy and foreclosure claims and determines action to be taken.
Knowledge of practices and procedures related to accounting for receipts and the maintenance of customer accounts related to the utility billing function. Knowledge of records management principles and practices, modern office practices, methods, computer equipment and applications, English usage, grammar, spelling, vocabulary, and punctuation, as well as techniques for providing a high level of customer service to the public in person and over the telephone.
Must possess the ability to tactfully interact with the public and others in providing information, answering questions, and providing customer service, respond to and effectively prioritize multiple phone calls, and other requests for service, interpret, apply, and explain policies and procedures, compose routine correspondence independently or from brief instructions, organize and prioritize owner work, set priorities, and meet multiple, critical deadlines, problem solve, attention to detail, establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
Requires high school graduation or equivalent and related experience and/or training, familiarity with utility billing. A valid Colorado driver’s license is required. Computer skills needed include proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Word skills, general practices and procedures related to accounting. General understanding of utility billing. Ability to problem solve and apply tact, initiative, prudence, and independent judgment within general policies and procedures.
Ability to apply common sense understanding to daily situations, whether common or unique in nature. While performing the duties of this job, the employee will be working in an office environment and may be required to lift and/or move up to 10 pounds. The employee is frequently required to drive, walk, stand, sit, and use hands to operate phones and computers. The vision requirements for this job include close, distance, and peripheral vision.
The salary range is negotiable and commensurate with experience. Evergreen Metropolitan District offers retirement and health insurance benefits, vision and dental coverage, vacation, sick pay, and paid holidays. All employment offers are contingent upon passing a background and reference check. Applications can be located on our web site at www.evergreenmetrodistrict.com or at our administrative office at 30920 Stagecoach Boulevard.Evergreen Metropolitan District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
General ManagerBoxelder Sanitation District is seeking a District General Manager to lead all aspects of District administration and operations, including a new activated sludge wastewater treatment plant.
Deadline: April 14, 2014
Civil Engineer III - Special Proj Mgr
Announcement: The City of Fort Collins is recruiting for an
experienced Civil Engineer to manage and oversee the project management,
including design and construction, of utility infrastructure replacement
and rehabilitation projects. This position coordinates Utility
Operations with the Asset Management inventory planning, Utility Capital
Project group, Pavement Management Planning group, and Engineering
Capital Projects group.
Essential functions of the position include:
Coordinates work activities of the project management division with other City departments, divisions, or the public as needed in order to sustain or enhance service levels to the public;
Develops the project Scope of Work for all types of municipal projects;
Manages design of projects from conceptual ideas to final design;
Manages project budgets, anticipates financial changes for the projects, and maintains records of the projects;
Develops pre-conceptual, preliminary, and final cost estimates.
The qualified candidate will have a Bachelor's degree in civil engineering, construction management, or a related field and eight to ten years related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience. Valid driver’s license, Professional Engineer registered in the State of Colorado or ability to obtain within 6 months if currently holding a valid PE from another state. Salary Range: $6,116 – $8,533/mo., DOQ. Competitive benefit package. For a complete job description and to apply visit www.fcgov.com/jobs by April 4, 2014. EOE.
Deadline: April 04, 2014
Village Metro 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 “C” Water Treatment Plant Operator Certification with Colorado Distribution System Certification desired. Experience and knowledge of reverse osmosis, membrane filtration, chemical addition, sampling procedures, lab testing, 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 or via email email@example.com
Part-Time Non-Community Water Inspector
Announcement: Environmental Health – Part-Time Non-Community Water System Inspector
Tri-County Health Department serves Adams, Arapahoe and Douglas Counties in the metro-Denver area.
Position: Part-Time Non-Community Water System Inspector (5-20 hours per week)
Period of Employment: April 1st through January 30th (Beginning and ending dates are flexible depending on inspection and follow-up schedule).
Description: The majority of public water systems in Colorado are classified as non-community groundwater (NCGW) systems. To assist with conducting on-site sanitary surveys (inspections) of NCGW systems, Tri-County Health Department (TCHD) partners with the Colorado Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) to ensure these systems are operated in compliance with the Colorado Primary Drinking Water Regulations.
Major Duties: Under minimal supervision, performs sanitary surveys of NCGW systems. Using forms, templates, and other tools provided, documents the sanitary survey findings in a letter sent out approximately 30 days after the sanitary survey. Assists with and monitors NCGW system’s timely written response to any deficiencies (violations) found in the sanitary survey letter. Monitors compliance and prepares compliance advisories as needed. Tracks NCGW system’s action plan to address any deficiencies found in the sanitary survey within 120 days of receipt of the sanitary survey letter. Works with TCHD’s Water Program Lead, CDPHE, and the NCGW system to develop an approved correction action plan to address any deficiencies not addressed within the specified time limit.
Job Requirements: Individuals must be at least 18 years of age, possess a valid driver’s license, and have a good driving record. Driving records will be checked. Will be required to provide reliable transportation on the job and will be reimbursed at the Federal mileage rate. Work both independently and with direct supervision. Must have intermediate working knowledge of Adobe Reader and Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook. Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
Education and Experience: Two (2) years of college or vocational coursework with emphasis in chemistry, water/wastewater engineering, biology, pollution control, or environmental sciences. Potable water system or plumbing experience preferred. Possession of a Colorado certified water operator license Class T, S, D or higher will be given special consideration. Salary is $18.92 per hour.
To Apply: Submit a cover letter, resume, and job application
Deadline: Until Filled
Wastewater Collection System Operator
Announcement: Boxelder Sanitation District Wastewater Collection System Operator
Deadline: Open until filled
Water Treatment Plant Operator
Announcement: WATER TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR 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.
Lead Water Plant Operator (ORC) Supt.
Announcement: LEAD WATER TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR (This position is Superintendent level position- exempt position
City of Sterling is accepting applications for Lead Water Treatment Plant Operator (ORC). Responsible for operating and monitoring all phases of the state of the art 10 MGD RO Treatment Facility, Knowledge of plant flow control, chemical feed systems, filtration equipment; current State and local water quality standards; mechanical operation of water pumps, chlorine pumps, backflow prevention devices; basic management and supervisory principles and practices; Associates of Applied Science Degree in Environmental Science or closely related field is preferred; Minimum of four (4)years experience in Reverse Osmosis membrane type treatment plant or two years experience in Reverse Osmosis membrane type treatment plant and possession of AAS in Environmental Science or closely related field; must have completed training at a certified water treatment school or accredited college program; Certifications required: Class B Water Treatment Plant Operator (prefer Class A Water Treatment Plant Operator); CO Distribution Operator Certification Level 2 or ability to acquire in one year; CO CDL Driver license with Haz-Mat endorsement within 6 months of hire. Hiring range is $1738.43 - $2108.64 DOQ. Position open till filled, 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.
East Cherry Creek Valley Water and Sanitation District is seeking a full-time GIS Analyst to oversee, install, maintain, and troubleshoot the District’s Geographic Information System (GIS), Asset Management Software, and other District programs.
Announcement: POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT
Centennial Water and Sanitation District (CWSD) is accepting applications for a full-time General Manager. CWSD primarily serves customers in Highlands Ranch, with a current population of over 90,000 residents. It includes a 40 mgd WTP, an 8.5 mgd WWTP, surface water storage reservoirs, a raw water transmission system, and a conjunctive use program that utilizes over 50 groundwater wells and extensive surface water sources.
This position requires performing complex supervisory, administrative and professional work in planning, organizing, directing, and supervising all aspects of District operations, including environmental permitting, water and wastewater system operations, maintenance functions and capital project planning and implementation.
Successful applicant must have graduated from a four-year college or university with a degree in public administration, political science, business management, or a related field such as: civil or environmental engineering; and, a minimum of five years of experience as a municipal administrator; or, an equivalent combination of education and experience is required. A valid Colorado driver’s license and the ability to be bondable are also required for this position.
Salary is commensurate with experience. Excellent benefits are included with this position.
Please submit your cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Open until filled
Posting No. 2014-009
Announcement: Parker Water and Sanitation District is accepting applications for a full-time maintenance mechanic.
Successful candidates must have a minimum of one year experience in the maintenance, preventative maintenance, repair and operation of industrial and process equipment. Position requires knowledge and experience with operating construction, maintenance, heavy equipment and other mechanized equipment and hand tools to complete tasks such as repairing underground valves and pipes and the placement of pumps and valves in system. Must have or be able to obtain, within one year, a class “B” CDL with Hazmat endorsement.
The ideal candidate will have working knowledge, skills, training and experience in the following: forklifts, backhoes, dump trucks, cranes, pump hydraulics and the mechanics of machinery.
The salary range for this position is $23.63/hr and $31.26/hr , beginning pay will be based on experience. Excellent benefits include company paid health/dental and life insurance plus retirement plan.
Qualified candidates can send application and resume 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.html
Deadline: Posted until filled.
Announcement: Parker Water and Sanitation District is accepting applications for a full-time industrial electrician.
Successful candidates must have a minimum of five years experience with progressively increased responsibility as an electrician. Position requires knowledge and experience in preventive maintenance, operation, troubleshooting, repairs, and modifications to motors, HVAC, controllers, power supplies and transformers associated with water production and wastewater treatment. Must be able to obtain a class “B” CDL with Hazmat endorsement.
Colorado Journeyman’s License a plus. Experience with Variable Frequency Drives, Instrumentation Equipment, PLC’s, soft - start equipment and SCADA is highly desirable.
Depending on experience and license, beginning pay between $20.93/hr and $35.39/hr. Range covers applicants with no license to Journeyman to Master Electrician. Excellent benefits include company paid health/dental and life insurance plus retirement plan.
Qualified candidates can send application and resume to
firstname.lastname@example.org or fax
Please include responses to the supplemental questions listed below with your resume/application:
1. What is your experience with Ultrasonic level sensors and Magnetic flow meters?
2. Have you worked with the following equipment - Fischer Rosemount or Endress & Hauser Pressure Transmitters and instruments?
3. What type(s) and size(s) of VFDs (Variable Frequency Drives) have you worked with?
4. What type(s) of heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) experience do you have?
5. What is the difference between a VFD and a Softstart?
Job will be posted until filled.
You may download an application and view the full job description at www.pwsd.org/jobs.html
Deadline: Posted until filled.
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