JOB OPENINGS


Waste Water Treatment Plant Operator

Manhattan

Closes: Open until filled

Posted: 7/27/2017

SUMMARY OF WORK:

Performs the timely operation, monitoring, maintenance and repair of all wastewater treatment facility equipment to ensure efficiency and ability to meet permit requirements. Performs certain administrative and supervisory duties in directing the operation, maintenance and staffing of the wastewater treatment facility. May intermittently assist the Town Superintendent in the repair and maintenance of other town facilities in the event of emergencies or short-handed conditions. Requires the ability to work independently and to exercise sound independent judgement under a variety of adverse operational and environmental scenarios. After a training period of approximately 2 to 3 years from the date of hire, he successful candidate will be expected to be in full and competent control of the entire facility and to be completely responsible for the facility performance.

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Water Waste Water Operator

Dickinson, ND

Closes: July 31, 2017

Posted: 7/19/2017

Dickinson is a progressive community of 22,000-25,000 people that serves as a regional center for over 101,000. Dickinson has one of the nation's strongest economies due to a diverse mix of agriculture, energy, international manufacturing, and tourism.

The Dickinson area offers world-class hunting, fishing, hiking, biking, and more. Be entertained with our cultural history and scenic beauty while enjoying full lodging, retail, and restaurant amenities.

The City of Dickinson has exciting opportunities for Water Utility & Wastewater Treatment Plant Operators! Operators are responsible for inspecting and performing complex operations, maintenance, and repair activities in and on public works facilities and equipment in Wastewater Collection, Water Distribution, and Stormwater Facilities.

Application Procedures

Please visit www.dickinsongov.com for full position details, salary info, and to complete the required City application and Pre-Interview Questionnaire. A Pre-Employment Drug Screen & Background Check are required.

For more information, please contact Amy at 701-456-7033 or email hr@dickinsongov.com.

An Equal Opportunity Employer.


GM

Vaughn

Closes: Open until filled

Posted: 7/18/2017

Primary Objective of position: Oversee all actions and activities involving the facilities of the Vaughn Water and Sewer Systems to ensure safe, effective and efficient operation. Supervise all other employees of the district.

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Feild Operator

Big Fork Water & Sewer Dist

Closes: Open until filled

Posted: 7/18/2017

Primary Objective of Position:

In accordance with the broad policy guidelines of the District, and consistent with Federal and State regulations, the Field Operator (FO) works under the direct supervision of the Operations Manager (OD). Operations of the District's water and wastewater systems will be maintained in a manner that insures service to customers, ongoing maintenance of systems and equipment, and sound development for the future. Quality decision-making and judgment are expected and required.

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Wages to be determined based on experience, but in the range of $18.50 to $21.50/hr. The job has been posted on the Montana Job Service web-site.

Public Works Director

Jordan

Closes: September 1, 2017

Posted: 7/14/2017

The Town of Jordan, Jordan, Montana is accepting completed applications for the Position of Public Works Director. The applicant must possess the skills and experience necessary to operate heavy equipment used for repairs and maintenance of municipal street, water, sewer, refuse systems as well as assist and direct strenuous labor performed, under at times, adverse weather conditions. Prior supervisory experience is desired and evaluated on a case by case basis. The applicant shall possess a valid Montana Class IV water and wastewater operator certificate or be able to obtain aforementioned certificates within a reasonable time following hire. The applicant must possess a valid driver's license. Employment is also conditioned on negative tests results for drugs and alcohol use. Pay is negotiable and commensurate with applicable job experience. An Application form and a copy of the job description may be obtained at the Jordan City Office located at 451 Main Street, Box 484 Jordan, MT 59337. Telephone 406-557- 2692. Completed form must be returned to that location by September 1, 2017. The Town of Jordan is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.


Water/Wastewater Utilities Operator

South Wind Water and Sewer District

Great Falls

Closes: open until filled

Posted: 6/27/2017

The South Wind Water and Sewer District located at Trailer Terrace in Great Falls is accepting applications for a part-time Water/Wastewater Utilities Operator.

Responsibilities: Certified contract operation of a water well supply and distribution system serving 90 customers without disinfection, and an existing wastewater lagoon system that will be upgraded to a trickling filter / package plant or sequencing batch reactor, along with an existing wastewater collection system. Work will include operation, maintenance, repair, and replacement of pumps and mechanical equipment as well as sampling, testing, and reporting to Montana DEQ.

Work hours and salary: Hours of work may be 6 to 12 hours per week and salary will be hourly depending on qualifications. Salary DOE. Work may begin on or before Jan. 1 2015. South Wind Water and Sewer District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Requirements: Candidates must have the ability to obtain a Montana Class 4 Water Distribution / Treatment license and Class 4 wastewater treatment license, with ability to upgrade to a Class 2 secondary wastewater treatment license within one year of date of hire. The District will assist with training. High school diploma or GED certificate required. Equipment experience preferred.

How to Apply: Interested persons should contact Lyle Meeks at NCI Engineering, the District's engineer at 453-5478. Position is open until filled.


Director of Public Works

Wolf Point

Closes: Open until filled

Posted: 6/16/2017

ACCOUNTABLE TO: Mayor

PRIMARY OBJECTIVE OF POSITION: Under Administrative direction, plans, implements, and directs a comprehensive public works program that will insure sound development, maintenance, and service to the public consistent with City Council policy and with Federal and State regulations; directs utilities, streets, recycling, solid waste collection and disposal, airport, and related functions; Individual judgment and difficult decision making are required.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Must possess the ability to analyze, evaluate, write, and understand budgets and monitor construction and maintenance projects; must possess a valid Montana Operator's License.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Lifting of moderate weights up to 30#s (greater with assistance) and generally limited to some bending, stooping, walking, and getting in and out of a vehicle; may perform work in uncontrollable working conditions of heat, cold, and dampness.

MAJOR AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY AND PERFORMANCE:
Following direction from the Mayor and City Council, plans, directs, and coordinates a comprehensive public works program designed and implemented to assure services are being provided at the highest quality level; recommends overall goals for the operations; administers and supervises operations of water and sanitary sewer utilities, solid waste collection and disposal, landfill, streets, parks, and cemetery; Manages and directs the Airport in compliance of Title 14 CFR Part 139; Serves as the Zoning Coordinator for the City.
Provides advice and counsel to the Mayor and City Council in relation to projects and developments; directs the public works operations to assure effective use of all personnel, equipment, and facilities; recommends priorities for short and long range projects and coordinates implementation as required; develops, prepares, and recommends a comprehensive budget program with supporting data for the public works activities; serves as the liaison and advisor for the city with consulting engineers, government agencies, developers, and others; administers city zoning ordinances through application of state and city enforcement statutes as directed; secures and maintains data relative to various phases of planning, processing use permits, variances, zoning applications, and building inspections; recommends purchases of new and replacement equipment; may assist in applying for and administer grants received for public works projects; conducts special studies as required; receives and answers citizens complaints and inquiries; administer all personnel matters of the department including screening for appointment, discipline, evaluation of performance, and related matters; performs other related duties as required.
Initiates, plans, develops, and implements records, including time records and reports to the Mayor and City Council; responsible for facilities and equipment of considerable value requiring care; responsible to monitor department budget and prepares bids for facilities and equipment; contacts are varied and continual in which ability to perform duties is directly affected through communications and rapport established with the public and employees; may perform work in an uncontrolled environment; physical requirements include limited lifting; and position requires the use of proper safety equipment and procedures to prevent injury.

SUPERVISION - RESPONSIBILITY FOR WORK OF OTHERS: Responsible for overall supervision and direction of employees of street, solid waste, parks, water and sewer utilities, airport, and related units.

EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school supplemented by college and/or advanced courses of study in the areas of engineering, management, or similar fields. Six years of progressively responsible public works experience, including three years in a supervisory or administrative capacity, involving the management of materials, personnel, budgets, and purchasing; Survey and engineering experience desirable.

EXAMPLES OF PERFORMANCE CRITERIA AND EXPECTATIONS:
" Sound organization and administrative practices and policies are initiated and followed; personnel and resources are effectively utilized;
" Long and short range goals, objectives, and priorities are set for the operations and are appropriately implemented;
" Effectively represents the City at all times in contacts with the general public, employees, and other units of government;
" Operating costs of the public works functions are controlled within the limitations of the budget;
" Establishes and maintains effective communication and working relationships with fellow employees, superiors, other officials, and the public;
" Maintains a favorable work climate which motivates personnel to work up to their potential; effectively trains personnel;
" Keeps the Mayor and City Council promptly informed of all matters of major importance and initiates or recommends actions with respect to such matters;
" Performs other duties as may be assigned.

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W/WW Operator II

Wolf Point

Closes: Open until filled

Posted: 6/16/2017

ACCOUNTABLE TO: Chief Operator or Director of Public Works

PRIMARY OBJECTIVE OF POSITION: Under general supervision, performs skilled work in the operation of water pumping, treatment plant, booster station, lift station, lagoon, water distribution system, and sewer collection system; Work varies, requires significant individual judgment, with reasonable variations within prescribed standards and procedures.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Must possess a Class II A Water Distribution System license, Class III B Water Treatment System license, and a Class III C Waste Water Treatment License; ability to read, write, and follow instruction manuals; Exposure to chemicals, acids, and infectious wastes; possess a valid Montana Driver's License.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Lifting up to 100#s (greater with assistance); Physical demands include bending, stooping, crawling, climbing and getting in and out of vehicles; work in uncontrollable environment of dampness, pollution, heat and cold.

MAJOR AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY AND PERFORMANCE: Operates and maintains the water pumping, treatment plant, lift stations, and lagoon; takes samples, tests, and performs analysis of water and its treatment; performs various tasks in the maintenance of plant and equipment; operates light and medium equipment in the performance of duties that may include sewer jets, the treatment plant as well as the distribution system; may work in system construction, including trench work; inspects and operates motors, pumps, meters, chemical feeders, and related equipment; calculates dosage and adds chemicals to treatment system in accordance with standards set by the State; winterizes the pool and parks sprinkler systems; May be required to be called out to assist during emergencies; performs such other duties as may be assigned.

Maintains a daily record of shift operations, reads gauges and records information; Initiates routine operational records, prepares test results, tabulations, and summary reports; uses equipment requiring care to assure against breakdown or deterioration; position requires employee to perform a multitude of movements of which a moderate physical effort involving lifting up to 100#s; contact with chemicals and undesirable physical conditions; hazards are moderate requiring care and use of proper safety equipment and procedures to prevent injury; contact with the public is frequent; requires contact with fellow employees and other departments.

SUPERVISION - RESPONSIBILITY FOR WORK OF OTHERS: Generally none; may occasionally supervise employees as assigned.

EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: Graduation from high school, or its equivalent, and three years work experience with a water and wastewater system; Possession of Class III B Water Treatment System License, Class III C Waste Water Treatment license, and Class II B Water Distribution System License and shall maintain such certification and update as may be required; possess a valid Montana Driver's License.

EXAMPLES OF PERFORMANCE CRITERIA AND EXPECTATIONS:
" Plant and related equipment are maintained and operated efficiently; testing and records are maintained according to required procedures;
" Maintains and applies knowledge of the function and servicing requirements of mechanical equipment and machinery and of the treatment processes involved in the operation of the water plant, including chemical treatment and tests;
" Treated water is produced at or above required levels and to the standards of the State of Montana;
" May read, clean, repair, and install water meters and remote controls;
" Understands and follows oral and written instructions;
" Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with fellow employees, other departments, agencies, and the general public;
" Performs such other duties as may be assigned.

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W/WW Operator I Trainee

Wolf Point

Closes: Open until filled

Posted: 6/16/2017

CLASS TITLE: WATER/WASTEWATER OP. I - Trainee Revised: 5/2016

ACCOUNTABLE TO: Chief Operator or Director of Public Works

PRIMARY OBJECTIVE OF POSITION: Under direct supervision, performs semi-skilled and some skilled work in the operation and maintenance of the water or wastewater treatment and facilities, reads and maintains water meters; Work varies, individual judgment within prescribed standards and procedures is required.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Ability to read, write, and follow instruction manuals; exposure to chemicals, acids, infectious wastes, and hanta virus. Position is essentially a training position and may perform duties of laborer; Reads and maintains water meters; and may be exposed to dog attacks. Must possess a valid Montana Driver's License.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Lifting up to 100#s (greater with assistance); Physical demands include crawling, stooping, climbing and the ability to get in and out of vehicles; work in an uncontrollable environment of dampness, heat, cold and pollution.

MAJOR AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY AND PERFORMANCE: Assists in the operation of the water and wastewater treatment and sewer facilities; performs various tasks in the maintenance of the plant and equipment; assists, when applicable, in the taking, testing, and analysis of samples to assure the established standards of quality are maintained; may fill weekend assignments; may be required to be called out to assist during emergencies; may serve as meter reader; and other related duties.

Initiates routine operational records and prepares tests results, tabulations, and summary reports; uses equipment or material requiring care to assure against breakdown or deterioration; position requires employee to perform a multitude of movements of which a substantial physical effort is required; requires contact with chemicals and undesirable physical conditions; hazards are moderate requiring care and use of proper safety equipment and procedures to prevent injury; hazards such as dog attacks may require constant alertness; contact with the public is frequent and necessary as informational; requires contact with fellow employees and other departments.

SUPERVISION - RESPONSIBILITY FOR WORK OF OTHERS: None

EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: Graduation from high school or its equivalent, and some work experience. Shall work toward the obtaining of water and/or wastewater certification within one year; possession of a valid Montana Driver's License.

EXAMPLES OF PERFORMANCE CRITERIA AND EXPECTATIONS:
" Operates and maintains the system facilities through making regular prescribed rounds of the plant, taking samples and/or readings as may be required, and recording the results;
" Assures treated water or wastewater is produced at or above required levels and to State standards;
" Reads and maintains water meters;
" Performs housekeeping duties and assists in the maintenance of equipment as directed; and
" Performs such other duties that may be required.

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Lead WTP/WWTP Operator

Bozeman

Closes: Open until filled

Posted: 4/4/2017

Title : Lead Water Treatment (WTP)/WasteWater Treatment Plant (WWTP) Operator

Job Summary : Lead WTP/WWTP Operator to assist customers and other APE employees by performing repairs, troubleshooting issues, evaluating and understanding their individual needs and formulating a plan to ensure that they are met.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities : Qualifications : Work Environment : Work Schedule and Benefits :

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