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Posted August 27, 2015
Engineering Technician I/II - The City of Angels

Job Description:
The City of Angels is accepting applications for an Engineering Technician I/II. Salary DOQ - Full BenefitsApplication and job description may be obtained at www.angelscamp.gov, or from City Hall, 584 S. Main, Angels Camp. Submit completed application to Mary Kelly, P.O. Box 667, Angels Camp, CA 95222; FAX to 209-736-0709; or e-mail marykelly@angelscamp.gov. Position open until filled. EEO

Posted August 27, 2015
UTILITY WORKER – HERLONG PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT

Job Description:
HERLONG PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT IS SEEKING AN INDIVIDUAL TO PERFORM A VARIETY OF SKILLED AND SEMI-SKILLED TASKS IN THE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF DISTRICT FACILITIES AND RELATED EQUIPMENT. MUST HAVE THE ABILITY TO WORK INDEPENDENTLY OR AS A MEMBER OF A CREW.

POSITION REQUIRES AFTER HOURS ON CALL, VALID DRIVERS LICENSE. WATER TREATMENT AND DISTRIBUTION CERTIFICATION AS WELL AS WASTEWATER TREATMENT CERTIFICATION OR THE ABILITY TO OBTAIN REQUIRED LEVEL OF CERTIFICATION WITHIN 24 MONTHS OF EMPLOYMENT.

FULL TIME WITH THE OPPORTUNITY FOR REGULAR BENEFITED POSITION AFTER COMPLETION OF A SIX (6) MONTH PROBATION PERIOD. HERLONG PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT OFFERS THE FOLLOWING BENEFITS: CALPERS, PAID HOLIDAYS, PAID SICK DAYS, PAID VACATION DAYS, MEDICAL & DENTAL INSURANCE.

THE MOST QUALIFIED CANIDATES WILL BE INVITED TO CONTINUE THE SELECTION PROCESS, WHICH WILL CONSIST OF BUT MAY NOT BE LIMITED TO, AN ORAL INTERVIEW. HPUD IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

SALARY RANGE: $31,143.17 - $51,416.59 DEPENDING ON EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS.

SEND COMPLETED DISTRICT APPLICATION AND RESUME TO: HPUD PO BOX 515 HERLONG CA 96113.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: SEPTEMBER 15, 2015.

FOR A COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION AND TO REQUEST AN APPLICATION PLEASE CONTACT SANDY RAFFELSON AT (530)827-3150, SANDY@HERLONGPUD.COM OR WWW.HERLONGPUD.COM.

Posted August 26, 2015
General Manager - Clearlake Oaks County Water District
Salary: DOQ

Job Description:
Under the direction of the Board of Directors, the General Manager serves as agent of the Board of Directors in planning, directing, managing, and overseeing the services, activities, and operations of the District including Administration, Finance, Operations, Human Resources, Customer Service and Community Relations; serves as Financial Officer of the District ensuring that services and operations are delivered in an efficient and effective manner; implements policy decisions made by the Board of Directors; facilitates the development and implementation of the District goals and objectives; and provides thorough administrative support to the Board of Directors. This position is “at will”.
Full job description and an employment application can be downloaded from our website at www.clocwd.org

The filing for this position will remain open until filled

Posted August 25, 2015
Utilities Systems Operator I - City of Santa Rosa
Contact Name: Maria Greco
E-mail: mgreco@srcity.org

Job Description:
Utilities Systems Operator I - $21.90 - $26.65 Hourly
The City of Santa Rosa is seeking qualified individuals to apply for Utility Systems Operator I. This is the entry level class in the Utility System Operator series. This class is flexibly staffed with Utility System Operator II, and incumbents are expected to acquire the technical knowledge and skills needed for promotion through extensive and systematic on-the-job training. Promotion to the higher level occurs once an incumbent completes a five (5) year apprenticeship program and meets the established criteria. Under close supervision, incumbents of this class perform the tasks necessary to construct, maintain and operate the Water Delivery and Wastewater Collection systems of the Water Department as they rotate through each of the department\'s field crews. Work at this level is closely supervised and performed according to established procedures or specific oral or written instruction.

Special Requirements and Information for Applicants: Applicants who pass the initial application screening and the written examination will move forward to the next step in the selection process which may include a review of training and experience. Applicants who pass the pre-interview steps in the selection process will be placed on an eligibility list. The eligibility list created from this recruitment will be used to fill any current vacancies and may be used to fill future vacancies while the list remains active. The written examination is tentatively scheduled for September 17, 2015.

Posted August 24, 2015
Assistant Director of Water and Sewer Utilities - City of Santa Clara
Contact Name: Phil McKenney
E-mail: apply@peckhamandmckenney.com

Job Description:
At the center of Silicon Valley lays the City of Santa Clara. With a population of 121,229 residents, this 19.3 square-mile city is rich in history, home to the oldest institution of higher learning in California, Santa Clara University. The Department is comprised of the following divisions: Water, Sewer, Recycled Water and Solar Utilities. Ideal candidate will be an experienced generalist with strong problem solving and interpersonal skills. Possession of a Water Distribution Operator’s Certificate D5 and/or a Grade 3 Wastewater Collection Maintenance Certificate and/or registration as a Civil Engineer in California is highly desirable. The annual salary for this opportunity is expected to be set at 85% of the Control Point, which is approximately $151,392, upon appointment. Hiring above 85% of the Control Point of $178,116 may be considered based on qualifications and years of experience. Through time the incumbent of an unclassified position has the opportunity to reach 110%, or $195,924 of the Control Point. Appointment above the Control Point is subject to approval by the City Council.

Please send your cover letter and resume electronically to:

Peckham & McKenney
apply@peckhamandmckenney.com

Call Phil McKenney at (866) 912-1919 for more information or to request a detailed brochure. The brochure is also available on our web site at www.peckhamandmckenney.com.

Closing deadline is September 21, 2015.

Posted August 18, 2015
Water Efficiency Specialist - California Rural Water Association
Contact Name: Ruby Viramontes
Contact Email: rviramontes@calruralwater.org

California Rural Water Association is hiring! We are looking for an outstanding individual for our Water Efficiency Program. Our specialists/technicians deliver superior technical assistance and training to rural water systems and small municipalities while completing the program’s administrative tasks and promoting the California Rural Water Association (CRWA). We are looking for a team member able to demonstrate:

• Knowledge of drought management and water efficiency practices
• Knowledge of drinking water distribution network, piping, mainlines maintenance and operations
• Technical knowledge of operating, and/or managing a rural/community water/wastewater system
• Ability to successfully communicate both verbally and in writing with operators, decision makers, regulatory agencies and other professionals
• Knowledge and understanding of state SWRCB and federal SDWA regulations, monitoring and reporting requirements
• Knowledge of low-impact development (LID) principles and Best Management Practices (BMPs) relating to storm water management
• Ability and willingness to conduct training either onsite or in a formal classroom environment on a regular basis
• Willingness to travel extensively to provide both on-site technical assistance and training throughout the State
• Possession of a valid California Driver’s License
• Possession of a Grade 2, or higher, Water Treatment Plant Operator and/or Water Distribution Operator certification

Our Resource Development Water Efficiency team members are self-motivated people that enjoy the freedom and flexibility of working from their home offices as they prepare to deliver valuable on-site technical assistance on a wide range of issues facing rural water systems. Travel requirements may be statewide from time-to-time, however the majority of on-site assignments will be located in the northern geographical area of California.

Salary dependent upon experience and qualifications + benefits.

California Rural Water Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Background checks will be performed on all candidates being considered for employment. Interviews will be conducted at the CRWA Headquarters located at 4131 Northgate Blvd, Sacramento CA. 95834
 

Posted August 11, 2015
Lead Utility Worker - City of Fortuna
Contact Name: Linda McGill
E-mail: lmcgill@ci.fortuna.ca.us
Job Description:
Lead Utility Worker II. City of Fortuna. $34,970 – $42,489 Full Time, Excellent benefits. To perform a variety of tasks in the operation and maintenance of the City\'s water distribution and sewer collection systems; to perform underground repair and construction work; to supervise the work of others; and to do related work as required. Must be 18 or over and have valid Class B CDL. D2 and T1 certification required at time of hire. Complete job description and required application available at friendlyfortuna.com or City of Fortuna, 621 11th Street, 725-7600. Application packet must be received by 12:00 pm (Noon) on Monday, August 24, 2015

Posted August 4, 2015
District Manager - Hilmar County Water District
Contact Name: Ms. Dina Borges
E-mail: dina@hilmarcwd.org

Job Description:
The District Manager plans, organizes, coordinates, reviews, evaluates and supervises the operation and maintenance activities of the District, including its water, wastewater, storm drain systems and office activities; directs, coordinates and manages the District’s capital improvement program; assigns tasks to staff; provides liaison between District and other private and governmental agencies; and performs other work as required.

-Plans, organizes, manages, reviews and evaluates the treatment, regulation, distribution and maintenance of water facilities, wastewater facilities and storm drain facilities in accordance with state and federal guidelines to meet the customer needs.
-Develops and directs the implementation of goals, objectives, and procedures for the District staff.
-Interview job applicants and presents hiring recommendations to the District Directors in accordance with District personnel policies and procedures.
-Assists in the establishment and implementation of operating policies and procedures.
-Develops and administers the annual budget for the District.
-Reviews and comments on engineering plans
-Works with the public, developers, utilities, and others to resolve complaints, explain requirements, and coordinate operations.
-Receives, investigates and makes assignments for investigation of complaints of water/wastewater/storm water service problems.
-Ensures compliance with District and governmental safety policies, procedures, and regulations.
-Evaluates performance of District employees.
-Prepares agenda for monthly and special meetings of the District Directors. 

Posted July 29, 2015
Collection System Operator I/OIT - Santa Ynez Community Services District
Contact Name: Wendy
E-mail: wendy@sycsd.com

Salary Range: $3,872.85- $4,170.30/Monthly (Hiring Range) Full-Time with benefits
Application Deadline: Friday, August 7, 2015 4:30 p.m. No post marks accepted.

Typical Duties include: Under the general supervision of the Operations Supervisor perform a variety of wastewater collection and treatment system maintenance duties as assigned; performs or assists in cleaning, televising, inspection, repairing, clearing, locating, and constructing District facilities.
Perform routine custodial work, inspect, diagnose and troubleshoot basic equipment, vehicle and operating problems, demonstrates a full understanding of the proper and safe use, and operation of all equipment, tools, and methods associated with wastewater collection system maintenance, performs preventative maintenance, test and inspect completed work as required for specific job function, report and recommend needed repairs on equipment and vehicles and perform heavy labor.
Maintains and files necessary forms and interacts with the public to successfully complete a grease interceptor inspection program.
On call duty required and ability to respond within 30 min.


Education and Experience:
Equivalent to graduation from High School.
Experience in wastewater/collection or related field with certification and/or advance education desired.
Special requirements: Must possess a California valid driver’s license and have a satisfactory driving record.


How to apply:
Submit application and resume in person at 1070 Faraday, Santa Ynez or mail to: SYCSD PO BOX 667, Santa Ynez, CA 93460.
 

Posted July 24, 2015
Operator Trainee - Lower Lake County Waterworks District No. 1
Contact Name: Phil Spooner
E-mail: lowerlakewater@mchsi.com
Job Description:
Lower Lake County Waterworks Operator Trainee; T1 & D1 license and valid CA driver’s license required. Excellent benefit package. Send resume to P.O. Box 263, Lower Lake CA 95457 by August 14th.

 

 

 

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