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Posted May 18, 2015
Bookkeeper/Office Manager - North Gualala Water Company
Privately owned water company + owner's other businesses
- Accounting background, management experience required
- Accounting programs (QB, AME, Excel) and processes (payroll, taxes, AR/AP)HR administration including reviews, insurance enrollment, etc.
- Property management for non-water company businesses (work with tenants on lease agreements, property maintenance)
-Organized, detail-oriented
-Excellent oral/written/customer service skills
-Experience working with confidential information
-High ethical standards
-Stable work history, pass background check
-Full time, full benefits
- Complete job description & application: North Gualala Water Company President David Bower or Office Manager Jana Wareham: office@ngwco.com or 707-884-3579

Posted May 18, 2015
Water Treatment & Distribution Operator - North Gualala Water Company
Privately owned water company
- Certifications from CA Department of Public Health (T2 & D2 minimum)
- Backflow certification a plus (or willingness/ability to obtain quickly)
- Water main installation, controls, and pump maintenance experience and knowledge are necessary
- Ability to perform heavy physical labor including bending, stretching, crawling, climbing, lifting up to 75 pounds and working in confined areas
- Ability to diagnose problems and implement solutions
- Professional oral/written communication skills to work directly with field employees, office staff, customers, state agencies, contractors, vendors, other utilities
- Basic computer skills (email, Excel)
- Emergency duty will be required during evenings, holidays, and weekends
- Required “on call” duty on alternating weekends
- A pre-hire physical will be required.
- Applicants must have Class C driver’s license and acceptable motor vehicle record
- Full time, full benefits
- Salary DOE, possible housing available
- Complete job description & application: North Gualala Water Company President David Bower or Office Manager Jana Wareham: office@ngwco.com or 707-884-3579

Posted May 18, 2015
State Revolving Fund (SRF) Program Specialist - California Rural Water Association
Location: Northern California Service area

Please send resumes to:
CRWA, 4131 Northgate Blvd
Sacramento, CA 95834
Attn: Jeff Ortmeier, SRF Program Manager

Position open until filled.
Type of position: Full-time Hours: Exempt

The basic function of the SRF Program Specialist is to provide training, Technical Managerial and Financial assessments, Funding application assistance and on-site technical assistance to rural water systems and small municipalities while managing the program’s administrative affairs and promoting the California Rural Water Association (CRWA). 

Some duties of the SRF Program Specialist are:
-Perform duties and meet responsibilities as outlined in CRWA and SWRCB guidelines. 
-Travel extensively to offer on-site assistance to small water systems which are pursuing funding, have significant problems complying with requirements or have other significant problems as determined by SWRCB.
-Provide training assistance in all areas of operations, maintenance, management, conservation, and compliance with regulations when requested. 
-Maintain a working knowledge of all operations, management, regulations, and system-specific issues necessary to advance the performance of program requirements. 
-Act as a liaison among state, federal, industry and trade organizations, and agencies relating to program activities and industry issues.
-Develop an informational article for each quarterly publication of the California Water Journal.
-Plan, implement and conduct quality training when requested, including the Annual Technical Conference (EXPO)
-Attend SWRCB training sessions and the CRWA Annual Technical Conference (EXPO)
-Perform other duties as may be assigned.
-Have frequent contact with water system personnel, government personnel, elected officials, industry representatives, and technical organizations.
-Assist water systems making application to a variety of State sponsored Funding Programs 

-Multi-year employment required (five years’ experience preferred) in working for, operating, and managing a rural/community water system.
-Technical knowledge of operating and managing a rural/community water system.
-Ability to communicate both orally and in writing with operators and decision makers, regulatory agencies and other professionals.
-Proficiency with MS Office applications (Word, Excel, and Access), email and Internet.
-Ability to identify, locate and explain water problems to operators and decision makers.
-Knowledge and understanding of SWRCB regulations, monitoring and reporting requirements.
-Willingness to travel extensively to provide technical assistance and provide presentations at evening meetings.
-Working knowledge of SRF funding and TMF assessment requirements and procedures.
-Working knowledge of budgeting and rate structures.
-Must have Water Treatment 2 (T-2) and Distribution 2 (D-2) certifications.
-Written approval from SWRCB prior to employment.
-Possession of a valid California Driver’s License.

The SRF Program Specialist is a full-time employee, subject to all CRWA benefits, policies and procedures. Salary: approximately 65K annually DOQ and experience.

Please note: this is an abbreviated job description. 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 May 18, 2015
Utility Maintenance Worker I - City of Turlock
Contact Name: Jessie Dhami
E-mail: jdhami@turlock.ca.us
Job Description:
UTILITIES MAINTENANCE WORKER I $3,312 - $4,026 monthly salary The City of Turlock is accepting applications for the position of Utilities Maintenance Worker I. The individual will perform a wide variety of semi-skilled to skilled work in the construction, replacement,repair, installation, and cleaning of the City’s sanitary sewer, storm collection system, and water distribution systems and related facilities. This position requires a High School/GED Certificate. See job flyer for specific job requirements. For more information please contact Human Resources, 156 S.Broadway, Suite 235,Turlock, (209) 668-5542 ext.1109 or apply online at www.cityofturlock.org Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of a City application. Final filing date is 5/29/15 EOE/AA.

Posted May 4, 2015
Maintenance Operator - Golden Hills Community Services District
Contact Name: Mike Sides
E-mail: msides@ghcsd.com
Job Description:
Maintenance Operator
Salary Range ($18.16 - $27.70/hour) depending upon qualifications

Golden Hills Community Services District is accepting applications to fill a current vacancy and create a future hire list for the position of Maintenance Operator. Minimum qualifications include High School Diploma/GED, valid CDL/clean driving record and a Grade 1 Water Distribution License. A current job specification and application are available on the District Web Site @ www.ghcsd.com and we invite interested parties to print, complete and submit applications to the District. Applications and additional information, including resumes, are accepted via direct e-mail to msides@ghcsd.com or by U.S. Mail to Golden Hills CSD, P.O. Box 637, Tehachapi, CA 93581. The District reserves the right to stop accepting applications at any time.

Posted May 4, 2015
Water/Wastewater Treatment Operator III - Groveland Community Services District
Contact Name: Jennifer Flores
E-mail: jflores@gcsd.org
Job Description:
Groveland Community Services District (GCSD) is seeking a Water/Wastewater Treatment Operator III. GCSD is located in a small picturesque foothills community 25 miles from Yosemite National Park. This is a permanent full time position with potential for advancement to Chief Plant Operator. $22.69-26.95/hr. Excellent benefit package including participation in CalPERS, vacation and sick leave, health benefits and paid holidays.

This position will be responsible for monitoring operations of District water treatment and wastewater treatment. Adhering to all operational requirements stipulated by regional, state and federal regulatory agencies. Schedule and test operating and auxiliary equipment. Record reading from meters, gauges, and recording charts. Make necessary system adjustments to maintain proper operating conditions. As a certified treatment operator and with appropriate treatment certification, operate valves and controls to feed chlorine and other chemicals into treatment systems, according to flows and volumes. Inspect pump stations, pumps, motors, valves, filters, meters, and related equipment, and perform repairs and regularly scheduled preventative maintenance. Collect samples for laboratory tests and evaluation. Check safety precautions and maintain safe working conditions. Keep accurate records and logs for submission of operations reports and input data into the plant computer systems. Assist, as needed, personnel in other Groups and Departments with major repairs. Perform a variety of maintenance on District property. After demonstrating appropriate knowledge, skill, and ability, may be assigned weekend and on-call duties.

Application deadline is May 7, 2015 by 4pm. Application can be found at www.gcsd.org