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City of Sioux City - Operator, Wastewater Treatment Plant
(Added 8/21/2017)

City of Sioux City - Pretreatment Coordinator, Wastewater Treatment Plant
(Added 8/21/2017)

City of Sioux City - Maintenance Mechanic, Wastewater Treatment Plant
(Added 8/11/2017)

City of Sioux City - Electrician/Instrument Technician IV , Wastewater Treatment Plant
(Added 8/8/2017)

LEWIS & CLARK REGIONAL WATER SYSTEM - Construction Administrator
(Added 7/28/2017)

Glenwood Municipal Utilities - Full Time Maintenance Operator Person
(Added 7/20/2017)

Xenia Rural Water District - Treatment Plant Operator
(Added 7/7/2017)

 

 


 

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City of Sioux City - Operator, Wastewater Treatment Plant
(Added 8/21/2017)

Operator-Wastewater Treatment Plant, $21.84/Hour.  This position is responsible for the operation, maintenance and repair of the wastewater treatment plant and related facilities and equipment on assigned shift.  Operates wastewater systems (conventional treatment plant, spray irrigation system, lift stations, holding tanks, grease traps, etc.) to provide compliance with applicable state and federal regulations; conducts routine inspections of all related facilities.  Operates; monitors and adjusts chemical dosage control; operates; monitors and controls the plant processes and equipment to optimize performance ensuring compliance; monitors facilities and equipment to identify and repair leaks or other malfunctions.  Maintains daily logs, records plant operating data as required in logs and operations software.  Performs maintenance of the wastewater system including maintaining and calibrating hand-held and on-line monitoring equipment and treatment equipment as required.  Performs safety monitoring and stand-by duties when others are working a confined space or otherwise hazardous atmosphere.  Graduation from standard high school or GED, preferably with course work in chemistry and biology and three (3) years of experience working in a wastewater treatment facility or any equivalent combination in which education and experience that provides the required knowledge, skill and abilities.  Requires a valid Motor Vehicle Operators License issued by the State of Iowa.  Requires an Iowa Grade I Wastewater Operator Certificate and the ability to obtain a Grade II Wastewater Operator Certificate within one year of hire.  Preference for candidates with a strong drive to obtain an Iowa Grade III Wastewater Operator Certificate.

For complete job description, qualifications and application visit our website www.sioux-city.org
Minorities and women are encouraged to apply. AA/EOE

The completed application may be dropped off at City Hall or post marked by the Postal Service on or before the close date.  Please visit our website at www.sioux-city.org to download a City application.

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City of Sioux City - Pretreatment Coordinator, Wastewater Treatment Plant
(Added 8/21/2017)

Pretreatment Coordinator-Wastewater Treatment Plant, $25.67/Hour.  Under general supervision, this position will provide overall management of the City’s Industrial/Categorical Pretreatment Program, ensuring environmental compliance with established federal, state and local regulatory standards regarding City Wastewater Permit and Clean Water Act regulations. The employee in this classification exercises considerable independent judgement, and works as a team with personnel executing other programs associated with regulatory standards. The successful candidate will evaluate and issue environmental permits to new, proposed, and existing industrial/categorical businesses. The program consists of discharges from multiple jurisdictions. Some essential duties include but are not limited to: Administer City Code of Ordinances and Industrial/Categorical Federal and State of Iowa Pretreatment rules and regulations; Schedules, collects and/or oversees environmental samples at various Industrial and Categorical pretreatment processes; Develops various reports and manages industrial user data and provides reports to operations staff and supervisors; Coordinates and works closely with Laboratory Supervisor, Operations Supervisor, and Compliance Technician. Collect data and perform inspections as part of the City’s Odor Control Program. Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry, Environmental Sciences, Biology, or strongly related field preferred, supplemented by three (3) to four (4) years of progressively skilled and knowledgeable experience in pre-treatment, wastewater and sewer environmental programs within a similar government agency; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.

For complete job description, qualifications and application visit our website www.sioux-city.org
Minorities and women are encouraged to apply. AA/EOE

The completed application may be dropped off at City Hall or post marked by the Postal Service on or before the close date.  Please visit our website at www.sioux-city.org to download a City application.

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City of Sioux City - Maintenance Mechanic, Wastewater Treatment Plant
(Added 8/11/2017)

Maintenance Mechanic-Wastewater Treatment Plant, $21.84/Hour.  Under general direction of the Maintenance Supervisor, performs maintenance and repair work for the Waste Water Treatment Plant Facilities.  General mechanical skills with emphasis on pumps, compressors, blowers, etc. This full-time position 40 hours per week will work Monday – Friday, including stand-by hours of one week per month. 

For complete job description, qualifications and application visit our website www.sioux-city.org
Minorities and women are encouraged to apply. AA/EOE

The completed application may be dropped off at City Hall or post marked by the Postal Service on or before the close date.  Please visit our website at www.sioux-city.org to download a City application.

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City of Sioux City - Electrician/Instrument Technician IV , Wastewater Treatment Plant
(Added 8/8/2017)

Electrician/Instrument Technician IV-Wastewater Treatment Plant, $21.84/Hour.  Under the direction of the WWTP Maintenance Supervisor, safely performs responsible and skilled work in the maintenance, repair and installation of electrical power and service wiring, control panels, motors and all other related electrical equipment, and does related work as required.  Electrical Licensing preferred, but not required.

For complete job description, qualifications and application visit our website www.sioux-city.org
Minorities and women are encouraged to apply. AA/EOE

The completed application may be dropped off at City Hall or post marked by the Postal Service on or before the close date.  Please visit our website at www.sioux-city.org to download a City application.

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LEWIS & CLARK REGIONAL WATER SYSTEM - Construction Administrator
(Added 7/28/2017)

JOB TITLE: Construction Administrator   
CLASSIFICATION:  Exempt
APPROVED:  6/10/06
UPDATED:  7/27/17
SALARY RANGE:  $56,139 - $79,747

SUMMARY

Performs skilled and technical work in the administration and coordination of projects and contracts associated with the design and construction of the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System (L&C).  Responsible for assuring compliance with federal, state and local rules, standards, codes and contractual provisions.  Point person in working with utilities on contracts and services.  Point person on staff with regard to working with the “Land Team” on easement and land acquisition, which includes various consultants and agency officials.  Main contact to address landowner concerns or questions. 

ACCOUNTABILITIES

Supervision Received:  Reports to the Executive Director.

Supervision Exercised:  Has no regular supervisory responsibility over L&C employees but provides direction to consultants as needed. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Coordinate project planning, zoning and development activities with engineering team.  This includes attending planning meetings as representative of L&C to review plans and specifications for each project, and to provide input /suggestions/ recommendations to engineering team regarding implementation of design proposals prior to submittal for review and approval, and again prior to advertisement for bids. 

2.  Prior to construction, work with engineers and attorneys to ensure appropriate contracts, bonds, insurance and agreements are in order.  Assist the engineer as needed in providing information to the contractor on permitting requirements and pertinent landowner information.  Maintain detailed records throughout the construction process. 

3. Work with engineers to monitor all aspects of the construction progress to ensure project is built according to specifications, on schedule, and within budget, which includes regular on-site construction visits.  Identifies and prioritizes issues and ensures contractors and engineers are fulfilling their contractual obligations.  Serves as a liaison between the contractors and engineers, aiding in problem solving and trouble shooting to address issues as they arise.

4.  Responsible for ensuring that all processes and procedures are documented and adhere to the requirements of the Cooperative Agreement for the project, as well as applicable regulations and prepares reports and correspondence with regulatory agencies at the federal, state and local level. 

5.  Responsible for administering funding agreements with the states.

6.  Responsible for property insurance coverages to ensure L&C is adequately covered.

7.  Responsible for utility agreements, including WAPA. 

8.  Responsible for working and coordinating with townships, counties and municipalities.

8.  Keeps Executive Director informed of status of design and construction activities and provides recommendations regarding decisions and direction required for contract compliance and completion, including recommendations to Construction-Operations Committee and/or Board of Directors.

9.  Tracks payments, changes orders, completion dates and other contract provisions,
including review of pay requests and invoices prior to payment.

10.  Assist in prioritizing projects in regard to schedule and budget, and work with staff, consultants and agency officials to prepare construction budgets for proposed construction projects.

11.  Represents Lewis & Clark at various events and meetings, which includes some public speaking in small and large group settings.

12.  Oversee and coordinate easement and land acquisition activities with the “Land Team,” which includes various consultants and agency officials.  Maintain updated landowner files, notes and records.   

13.  Responsible for carrying out special projects as needed, which can be related to construction, administration, federal funding, state funding, agreements and local member issues.

14.  Provide thoughtful advice, suggestions and ideas for consideration. 

15.  The foregoing statements describe the principle functions of this position, but shall not be construed as an exclusive listing of all inherent requirements for the position.

TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED

Personal computer, including word processing, spreadsheet and data base software; calculator; telephone; copy machine and fax machine.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an
employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Work is performed in an office and outdoor settings.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required to sit, talk, hear, stand, walk, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, reach with hands and arms, and to handle objects.

The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.

WORK ENVIRONMENT

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee will work in a typical indoor office and in outside weather conditions.  Typical construction noise levels at the project site should be expected.  The noise level in the office is usually low.

JOB REQUIREMENTS
Desired Minimum Qualifications

Education and Experience:

1. Graduation from a high school or GED, supplemented by two years of related
technical or college training in construction, engineering technology, civil
engineering or a closely related field; and
2. Minimum of five or more years related experience; or
3. Any equivalent combination of education or experience.
4. Project management and/or civil engineering background is preferred but not required.

Knowledge, Skill and Abilities:

1. Knowledge of project management and civil engineering principles, practices and methods as applicable to water system setting; working knowledge of applicable laws,
standards and regulations in relation to construction, inspection, safety and traffic
control; considerable knowledge of public works inspection methods.

2. Ability to read and interpret construction drawings, plans and specifications.

3. Ability to prepare, organize, file and maintain field inspection and office data, reports
and systems; ability to perform required mathematical computations; ability to
communicate technical information, orally and in writing, to contractors,
employees, consultants and other governmental agency representatives.

4.  Ability to address and provide feedback on a wide and diverse variety of special projects and issues that arise.

5.  Strong written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to hold others accountable when needed.

6. Strong organizational skills. 

7.  Ability to work well with others in a team environment. 

8.  Attention to detail and accuracy.

Certification

Must possess a valid driver’s license

SELECTION GUIDELINES

Formal application, review of education and experience, interview, reference check and applicable background checks. 

The duties listed above are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed.  The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position.

The job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and
requirements of the job change.

APPLICATION

Please submit a cover letter, resume and three references by mail or e-mail by Friday, August 18, 2017 to: 

Troy Larson
Executive Director
Lewis & Clark Regional Water System
46986 Monty Street
Tea, SD  57068

[email protected]

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Glenwood Municipal Utilities - Full Time Maintenance Operator Person
(Added 7/20/2017)


Glenwood Municipal Utilities is seeking applications for a Maintenance / Operator Person. Duties include, but not limited to, operations and maintenance of the water treatment facility, sewer and water systems, machinery, equipment, and related activities. . For more information regarding this position please go to the GMU website www.glenwoodmu.com. We are an equal opportunity employer. For consideration please send your resume and application to Glenwood Municipal Utilities c/o Search Committee 7 N. Vine St.  Glenwood, IA 51534 or email to [email protected]  Position will be open until filled.

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Xenia Rural Water District - Treatment Plant Operator
(Added 7/7/2017)

JOB TITLE:  Treatment Plant Operator

REPORTS TO:  Supply & Treatment Manager

DEPARTMENT:  Supply & Treatment

JOB SUMMARY:

Perform duties supporting the operation, maintenance, and repair of water and wastewater treatment facilities.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:

This position has no direct supervisory responsibilities.

SUMMARY OF ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS/CERTIFICATIONS:

ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL ABILITIES/WORK ENVIRONMENT:

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