Posted July 29, 2015
Utility District Assistant Superintendent - San Joaquin County - Public Works Department - Utility Districts Maintenance Division
Contact Name: Marie Sneed
The Public Works Department is seeking a strong manager who will assist with the planning, directing and supervision of the operation and maintenance of the division’s equipment and facilities. The Utility District Assistant Superintendent reports to the Utility District Superintendent and is responsible for the overall operations of the water, sewer and storm drainage systems and maintenance of the related machinery, equipment, lines, buildings and grounds.
An ideal candidate will possess a high level of integrity and strong sense of ethics; excellent written and verbal communication skills; demonstrated leadership skills, sound judgment, and a positive attitude; proven ability to effectively manage and build consensus among staff, and to motivate staff and support their professional development; and possess the required Wastewater and Water Operator certificates.
The Utility District Assistant Superintendent plans, directs, and supervises the operation and maintenance of Utility District equipment and facilities. Typical duties include, but are not limited to:
Directs the service, maintenance and operation of water, sewer and storm systems; plans and prioritizes the work of division staff; allocates staff to various projects; directs the work of division staff directly and through subordinate supervisors; monitors work in progress and reviews completed jobs.
Coordinates maintenance and operations assignments; ensures that the necessary equipment and supplies are available on job sites; coordinates work activities with other County and external agencies.
Supervises the maintenance and repairs of Utility District buildings and grounds, including weed and rodent control in and around district facilities to ensure soil stability.
Maintains records regarding Utility District operations; prepares correspondence and reports; purchases supplies; may assist in budget preparation and control of expenditures; assists with planning Utility District needs.
Evaluates District operation and maintenance activities and makes recommendations for increased efficiency; may represent the department on matters relating to the Utility District with other County departments, public agencies and the general public; acts in the absence of the Utility District Superintendent.
Completed application package must include supplemental application and is to be submitted to the Human Resources Division. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of the required application materials. Completed application package must be must be postmarked or received online by the Final Filing Date: August 7, 2015.
Apply online at www.sjgov.org/hr
Or submit application to:
San Joaquin County Human Resources
Attn: Marie Sneed
44 N. San Joaquin Street, Suite 330,
Stockton, CA 95202
All applications will be reviewed for qualifications. Qualified applicants may be invited to participate in an oral examination interview, with top scoring candidates being referred to the Public Works Department for selection processes.
Posted July 29, 2015
Collection System Operator I/OIT - Santa Ynez Community Services District
Contact Name: Wendy
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
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.
Posted July 10, 2015
Public Works Superintendent - McCloud Community Services District
Contact Name: Teryl Smith
PUBLIC WORKS SUPERINTENDENT
McCloud Community Services District (MCSD)
MCSD is seeking a skilled professional to serve as a member of the management team. There are 8 services provided to a community of approximately 700 developed parcels representing approximately 1,100 residents. McCloud is situated on the southeastern slope of Mount Shasta and is surrounded by National Forest. This area is well suited for outdoor enthusiasts.
The Public Works Superintendent performs complex and specialized supervisory and administrative tasks; technical and maintenance work in the planning, construction, operation, repair and maintenance of the District\'s water and sewer infrastructure and treatment systems, public buildings, facilities, grounds, parks and rolling stock. Responsible for maintaining compliance with various operating permits and completing regulatory reports. Trains, directs and supervises staff, evaluates daily work load, creates work schedules, and determines applicable codes, regulations and requirements for assigned projects. Assists the General Manager in preparation of the annual budget, plans purchases and capital improvements for the field operations departments, administers adopted budget in assigned area of responsibility. The full job description is available upon request.
The ideal candidate will have knowledge of Safe Drinking Water Standards and Wastewater Discharge requirements, civil engineering principles, practices and methods, as applicable to a municipal setting and of the practices, principles, methods, tools and equipment used in building construction, maintenance and repair, grounds maintenance and janitorial work.
The successful candidate must possess a HS diploma or equivalent; have five years of experience as a District Utility Worker I or II, Maintenance Worker or comparable non-District position. A minimum of one (1) year of experience in operation and maintenance of a public water and/or sewer system is required. Must possess a valid D-2 Water Distribution System Operator Certificate and prefer a valid Grade 1 Sewer Collection System Operator Certificate as well. Possession of a Class A or B California Driver\'s license with an air brake endorsement and satisfactory driving record. A medical exam and a pre-employment drug screening showing the absence of illegal drugs and/or alcohol is required.
Salary range $46,000-$58,000 plus benefits, including PERS retirement, family medical, dental and vision. This job is offered as a full time position.
Application Process: Submit resume, salary history, 3 references, a letter explaining how you meet the profile, and an official MCSD application available from the District office or on our website to: MCSD, Attn: General Manager, P.O. Box 640, McCloud, CA 96057 or email to email@example.com. The position will remain open until filled. More information on this position is available at the above address or by calling (530) 964-2017. The District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.