Water Service Worker I - Centerville CSD
Under general supervision of the Water Service Lead Worker, the Water Service Worker I classification performs routine duties involving general labor for the maintenance, installation and repair of water distribution systems, while learning the more difficult assignments.
This is the entry level position in the Water Service Worker series and is responsible for performing the more routine and repetitive maintenance, installation, and repair assignments. As incumbents develop job knowledge and skills, they may begin performing duties and responsibilities characteristic of a more advanced job. Participation in the standby duty rotation program is required once trained and familiar with the District’s facilities and procedures. The standby rotation is for a continuous seven day period scheduled at rotating intervals and requires the water service worker to respond to emergency calls within one hour. When sufficient experience has been obtained and an ability to work independently has been demonstrated, an incumbent may be eligible for promotion to a higher level position, if a vacancy exists.
Education and Experience:
Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the necessary knowledge and abilities is qualifying.
Experience: One year of responsible work experience in maintenance and construction work.
Education: Equivalent to completion from the twelfth grade.
License Certificate Registration Requirement:
Driver License: Possession of a valid California Class C Driver License is required at the time of appointment. Having a Class A License is desirable. A valid California Driver’s License Class A is required within one (1) year from the date of hire. Failure to obtain or maintain such required license(s) may be cause for disciplinary action. Individuals who do not meet this requirement due to a physical disability will be considered for accommodation on a case-by-case basis.
Possession and proof of a driving record free of multiple, or serious, traffic violations or accidents for at least two (2) consecutive years. The applicant’s driving record shall not contribute to an increase in the District\'s automobile rates. A current (within the last thirty-days) DMV driving record printout is required at time of application.
General Certifications: Possess and maintain a current Grade D1 Water Distribution Operator Certificate and a Grade T1 Water Treatment Operator Certificate from the State of California Department of Public Health is required within one (1) year from date of hire. Failure to obtain, or maintain, such required certificate(s) may be cause for disciplinary action. Having a Grade D2 is desirable.
Salary Ranch $2,216 to $2,970 / month DOE. A District application and resume is required. An application can be acquired by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, by phone at 530-246-0680, or at the District office located at 8930 Placer Rd, Redding, CA. Applicants will be required to pass a pre-employment physical, drug test and background check. Deadline June 4, 2013. EOE.
Water Utility Worker - City of Corcoran Water Division
Provides assistance in operating and maintaining the City\'s water (treatment and distribution) systems; performs routine equipment maintenance; assists in cleaning and maintaining water facilities; conducts routine laboratory testing; and performs other related duties as assigned.
Water Utility Operator - City of Corcoran Water Division
Provides assistanc in operating and maintaining the City\'s water (treatment and distribution) systems; performs routine equipment maintenance; assists in cleaning and maintaining water facilities; conducts routine laboratory testing; and performs other related duties as assigned.
Water Shift Operator - City of Corcoran Water Division
Participates in operating and maintaining the City\'s Water Treatment and Distribution System; services and repairs water system elements and equipment; conducts laboratory testing; and performs other related duties in water systems as assigned.
Water Quality Specialist - City of Morgan Hill
Salary: $5,125 - 6,540 monthly
Application Available: Apply Online
The City of Morgan Hill (pop 38,309) is recruiting for the position of Water Quality Specialist in the Community Development Agency, Water Division. Under general supervision, the Water Quality Specialist performs a variety of journey-level work to ensure the continued safe operation of the City’s drinking water systems.
Monitor drinking water supply for compliance with State drinking water standards Perform necessary maintenance work to ensure compliance with State standards Prepare monthly and annual water report for submittal to the California Department of Public Health (DPH) Collect water samples for laboratory analysis and testing Ensure collected water samples follow required Chain of Custody protocol Respond, investigate, and resolve customer’s water quality questions and complaints Use the SCADA system to monitor and control the production facilities Interrogate historical data files to evaluate water quality trends
•Three years work experience in water production and treatment as well as possession of a valid Class C California driver’s license.
•Associates Degree or 60 semester units from an accredited college with major coursework in chemistry, biology, microbiology, or related field is highly desired.
•Possession of (or ability to obtain within one year) a California Water Treatment Grade II certificate, California Water Distribution Grade III certificate from California State Department of Water Services, and possess a Backflow Prevention Testers Certificate and Cross Connection Control Certificate issued by the American Water Works Association.
•Successfully complete a Pulmonary Function Test and be certified to wear a respirator at time of hire.
Utility Worker I - Lake Don Pedro CSD
SALARY: $16.00 to $19.00/hr DOE
Requires a high school diploma or GED and Water Treatment Operator Grade 1 and Water Distribution Grade 1. Higher certifications are desirable.
Will perform routine maintenance and repair work on treatment plant equipment and distribution system, including pump stations, reservoirs, water mains and service line repairs.
Will also be able to operate a treatment plant and distribution system on a rotating basis as needed, under emergency conditions, or in the event of absences.
Must be willing to work as part of the on-call rotation including weekends and evenings when needed.
Must be willing to relocate to within 30 minutes of the district.
Must be able to pass a pre-employment physical and drug test.
Lake Don Pedro Community Services District offers a comprehensive benefits plan designed to meet the needs of all our employees:
• Medical insurance
• Dental insurance
• PERS retirement plan
• Paid vacation
• Paid holidays
DEADLINE: Open Until Filled
For information on this great opportunity or for an application, please visit our Web site: http://www.ldpcsd.org