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Posting January 6, 2017
System Name: City of Willits
Position Title: Wastewater Plant Operator OIT, I, II, III
Contact Name: DKaren Stevenson, Human Resources Analyst
Contact Email: kstevenson@cityofwillits.org
Salary Range: $32,331.63 - $55,328.01 (DOE/DOQ) + Excellent Benefits

Job Description:
Wastewater Plant Operator OIT, I, II, III

Under the direction of the Chief Water Plant Operator, operates and maintains the facilities of the wastewater treatment plant; inspects and performs repair work on wastewater treatment facilities and equipment; performs various laboratory tests; keeps various records pertaining to plant operations; performs related duties as assigned.

Candidates must have knowledge of: Principles and practices of treatment plant operations as would be acquired through certification as a Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator; operating principles of valves, pumps, motors, and various types of electrical and electronic equipment; safe work practices; and appropriate use of hand and power tools used in the maintenance and repair of plant equipment. One year of experience in a position requiring individual management of duties in a timely manner.

Special Requirements: Wastewater Plant Operator I requires possession of a Grade I Wastewater Treatment Operator’s Certificate issued by the CA State Department of Water Resources Board. Wastewater Plant Operator II requires possession of a Grade II Wastewater Treatment Operator’s Certificate issued by the CA State Department of Water Resources Board. Wastewater Plant Operator III requires possession of a Grade III Wastewater Treatment Operator’s Certificate issued by the CA State Department of Water Resources Board.

Candidates must also possess a valid California Class C Driver’s License verified by current DMV records obtained by appointment of hire. Premium pay of 5% above current rate for employees in possession of a valid Class B or higher California driver’s license.

FOR A FULL JOB DESCRIPTION AND APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS YOU MAY CONTACT:
Karen Stevenson, Human Resources Analyst
City of Willits
kstevenson@cityofwillits.org
(707) 459-7176

The City of Willits is an Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer
 

Posting November 29, 2016
System Name: Lower Lakes County Waterworks District #1
Position Title: General Manager
Contact Name: Karen Bader
Contact Email: lowerlakewater@mchsi.com
Salary Range: DOE

Lower Lake County Waterworks District #1 is currently seeking a General Manager. Valid Water Distribution Operator II license required. Please contact the District for a job description and minimum requirements at (707) 994-6009 or via email at lowerlakewater@mchsi.com.

 

Posting December 19, 2016
System Name: Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District
Position Title: Electrician and Instrumentation Technician
Contact Name: Dee Dee Simpson
Contact Email: office@hbmwd.com
Salary Range: $4,948 - $6,014 per month, plus benefits including deferred compensation

Job Description:
Electrician and Instrumentation Technician - Arcata, CA

Under general supervision this position performs a wide range of electrical duties from millivolt systems to 12 Kv high voltage distribution power, PLC programing, SCADA system diagnostics and wireless technologies. Performs installations, maintenance, troubleshoot, repair, adjust, program and calibrate a variety of electrical, electronic, and electro-mechanical equipment including high voltage distribution systems, hydroelectric power generation equipment, water pumps, cranes, and telemetry systems; and performs a variety of other related duties as required.

Must possess a valid California Drivers License, must acquire Grade 2 Water Distribution and Grade 2 Water Treatment certifications within 2 years of employment date. Requires strong teamwork and interpersonal skills.

May be required to work overtime, weekends and holidays as needed. Salary range $4,948 - $6,014, per month, plus benefits, including deferred compensation. Employment applications available online at www.hbmwd.com, or the business office at 828 7th Street, Eureka or you may call 707-443-5018 and ask to have one mailed to you. Please return completed and signed application to HBMWD, PO Box 95, Eureka, CA 95502-0095 or fax to 707-443-5731. Applications accepted until 5:00 pm, January 18th, 2017

 

Posting November 29, 2016
System Name: Lower Lakes County Waterworks District #1
Position Title: General Manager
Contact Name: Karen Bader
Contact Email: lowerlakewater@mchsi.com
Salary Range: DOE

Lower Lake County Waterworks District #1 is currently seeking a General Manager. Valid Water Distribution Operator II license required. Please contact the District for a job description and minimum requirements at (707) 994-6009 or via email at lowerlakewater@mchsi.com.

 

Posting November 28, 2016
System Name: Calaveras Public Utility District
Position Title: Water Utility Worker
Contact Name: Donna Leatherman
Contact Email: kjesus@cpud.org

Job Description:

DEFINITION / SUMMARY
Under general direction, installs, maintains and repairs water system components, valves, mains, hydrants, storage tanks, meters and related water distribution and transmission facilities and apparatuses in the field, shop or plant. Learns the principles of the water treatment process, operate, monitor and adjust water treatment facilities, pump stations and hydroelectric stations. Performs basic water testing, maintains operating records, reads meters and performs routine equipment maintenance. Repairs and replaces mechanical and electrical equipment as directed. Performs other work as assigned. Operates a variety of equipment used in water system maintenance and construction including backhoes, loaders, trucks, jackhammers, welders and use of carpentry, plumbing and electric tools.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
- Assists with the installation, testing, and repair of meters and services such as gate valves, meter connections, angle stops, service pipes, and corp stops.
- Performs field maintenance on meters including changing glasses, repacking stems, rearranging boxes and routine maintenance on meter services.
- Assists in the construction, maintenance, and/or repair of the District’s water distribution treatment systems and associated facilities.
- May contact customers regarding service orders and/or complaints for low pressure, high pressure, and water quality.
- Performs maintenance activities as directed, including installation and repair of fire hydrants, valves and pumps of various types, identifying and troubleshooting leaks.
- Performs leak tests to locate leaks in service lines.
- Reads meters.
- Operates various hand and power tools, including but not limited to jackhammer, pavement breakers, pick, shovel, various wrenches, air compressors, rodding and/or boring machines and pumps of various types.
- Completes work orders initiated by Customer Service Department or assigned by supervisor.
- Assists with the inspection and plant operational equipment and facilities as required; and reads and records readings of pumps, chemical feed and other treatment and pumping equipment.
- Assists with the maintenance of water treatment facilities, pump stations and hydroelectric stations, as instructed.
- Learns to properly collect water quality samples for laboratory testing.
- Assists with performance of preventive maintenance on a variety of treatment plant equipment, such as pumps, filters, chemical valves, compressors and electric motors.
- Maintains facilities, grounds and equipment in a clean and orderly condition; and performs routine maintenance, painting of machinery, structures, equipment and piping systems.
- Monitors equipment operation; reports to supervisor or other responsible parties to schedule maintenance.
- Performs basic adjustments and trouble shooting for electrical motors and controls as assigned.
- Capable of independently defining, analyzing and implementing solutions to problems.
- Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with co-workers, outside agencies, and the public.
- Regular attendance and adherence to prescribed work schedule to conduct job responsibilities.

OTHER DUTIES
- Assists with shuts down main-lines in emergencies.
- Customer service procedures including service orders, notice distribution, and methods of resolving complaints.
- Marks the location of underground water lines in response to USA requests.
- Ability to operate heavy equipment (i.e. backhoe, etc.)
- Deals tactfully and courteously with the public.
- Follows oral and written directions.
- Ability to safely and skillfully use hand tools and other job related equipment.

QUALIFICATIONS/KNOWLEDGE OF
- Basic knowledge of materials and equipment used in water service installation, maintenance, and repair work.
- Proper work safety standards.
- District policies and regulations regarding the establishment and maintenance of services.
- Geography of the District and the location of District facilities.
- Perform basic work assignments in the installation, maintenance, and repair of water service systems and meters.
- Learn the more difficult water service and meter installation, maintenance, and repair work.
- Use a variety of office equipment; including copier, fax and computers and ability to use Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook applications.

 

Posting November 22, 2016
System Name: Muir Beach Community Services District
Position Title: Water Management Services
Contact Name: Bill Hansell
Contact Email: districtmanager@muirbeachcsd.com

Muir Beach Community Services District is hiring! We are seeking proposals for Water Management. Please see the following Water Management RFP for details.

 
 
 

 

 

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