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PW Water Quality Technician
City of Issaquah
Posted January 20, 2022

Salary $73,343.52 - $99,012.00 Annually
Summary
The position in this class performs complex specialized and technical work related to the water and sewer systems under the responsibility of the Public Works Operations Department. This position performs a variety of skilled and technical duties in the operations and maintenance for the City's water pumping system. This position is also responsible for the cross-connection control prevention program which includes performing inspections as well as enforcing state and city codes. Position collects water samples and investigates water quality issues in the City's potable water supply.

Independently performs a variety of specialized tasks under generally defined standards, policies, practices and procedures.

This position independently performs a complete range of services including monitoring the City's water levels; enforcing federal, state and city regulations for cross connection control program; ensures the water quality is in compliance with Washington Department of Health & EPA regulations and repairs and monitors the City's pump stations.

Qualifications
High School diploma, or G.E.D., and five years of experience in water and sewer system construction and maintenance and equipment operation, including specialized training in water quality and cross connection control and underground utility locating; or any combination of education and experience which would provide the applicant with the desired skills, knowledge, and ability required to perform the job.

LICENSES AND CERTIFICATION
Valid Washington State Driver's License with driving record free from serious or frequent violations.
CDL with a Class A endorsement or the ability to obtain this certification within six months.
Valid Water Distribution Manager II certification
Cross Connection Control Specialist Certification
Valid Flaggers certificate and CPR Certification, or ability to obtain within six months.

VACCINATION
All new hires to the City will be required as a condition of employment to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 prior to start date. If you have questions or need an accommodation for this requirement due to a disability or religious reason, you can speak to our HR Department for further information.
CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION AND TO APPLY



Maintenance II Position
City of Okanogan
Posted January 20, 2022


The City of Okanogan is seeking applications & resumes for a Maintenance II position.

Starting pay is $24.19 per hour with an increase to $26.30 per hour after successful completion of a probation period; this is a full-time position with benefits. A complete job description along with a list of benefits as well as an application is available by visiting www.okanogancity.com.
This position closes at 2:00 PM local time Tuesday February 8th, 2022. The City of Okanogan is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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Environmental Planner 5
Water Resources Within Department of Ecology
Posted January 13, 2022


The Water Resources (WR) program within the Department of Ecology is looking to fill an Environmental Planner 5 position. This position can be located in any of the Department of Ecology offices throughout the state of Washington.

In this role, you will work to support the mission of the Water Resources Program (WRP) and the Office of Columbia River (OCR), which is sustainable water resources management to meet the present and future water needs of people and the natural environment, in partnership with Washington communities.

Laborer 1
Thurston PUD
Posted January 13, 2022

Pay Range
$3,601 - $4,600 Monthly ($20.78 - $26.54 Hourly) DOQ

Summary
Vaccination is required for COVID-19 and other COVID variations upon hire, or begin the vaccination process within two weeks of hire and be fully vaccinated within 45 days of hire, and booster vaccinations as required by the District. Public Utility District No. 1 of Thurston County (Thurston PUD) is actively recruiting for one (1) full-time Laborer I position. This is a permanent position. The Laborer will perform a broad range of manual and technical labor in keeping PUD-owned water systems in operational order.

Apply
To be considered for this position, please complete an employment application which can be found on the PUD’s website at www.ThurstonPUD.com, and submit a resume and supplemental questionnaire. Please email your completed application packet to HR@thurstonpud.org or mail your application packet to:

Thurston PUD
Human Resources
1230 Ruddell Road SE
Lacey, WA 98503

You can also drop applications off to the address listed above. This position is open until filled. We will begin reviewing applications in early January. All application materials must be received by Friday, January 14, 2022 to be considered during the first review of applicants.


Water System Manager
Lake Limerick Country Club
Posted January 13, 2022

Salary: $60-$80K DOE
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Benefits: Vacation, sick leave, 401K, and medical insurance.

Job Description: Responsible for operating, maintaining, and enhancing the community’s potable water system in accordance with the water system plan and all applicable local, state, and federal rules and regulations.
Supervision: The Water Manager works under the general supervision of the Community Association Manger (CAM)
 CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION


Public Works Director
City of Stevenson
Posted January 4, 2022

Come work where you will have a direct impact on the lives of City residents, business owners and visitors alike!

The City of Stevenson is seeking highly qualified candidates for the role of Public Works Director, a full-time exempt position. We welcome those with initiative, creativity, and a track record of progressive leadership to apply. This position works under the City Administrator and is responsible for planning, directing, and coordinating the Public Works Department activities. These activities include construction, maintenance, operation and repair of city streets, stormwater system, vehicle fleet, parks and buildings, water and sewer systems and serving as the liaison with emergency management services.

The Ideal Candidate:

The City of Stevenson is looking for a dynamic individual that has a passion for providing exceptional customer service; have collaborative decision-making skills; be independent, self-motivated and a team player; be energetic and positive with a can-do attitude; be focused on solving problems and achieving results; be skilled in the resolution of complex public works issues; and adept in project management, infrastructure planning, operational performance, staff supervision, and top-notch communication skills.

Experience and Education:

Qualifications include three (3) or more years progressively responsible experience in a public works related position and demonstrated management responsibilities, the ability to work independently and possess, or have the ability to acquire within six months, a commercial drivers’ license. A bachelor’s degree in business management, civil engineering, planning or related field preferred.

Compensation and Benefits:

• Annual salary (2022) of $71,312 to $93,841 depending on qualifications and experience
• Medical, vision and dental insurance for employee and dependents
• HRA VEBA plan
• Washington State PERS
• Voluntary Deferred Compensation plan
• 10 paid holidays per year
• 12+ vacation days per year (to maximum accruals)
• 2 personal leave days per year
• 12 days sick leave per year (to maximum accruals)

To Apply: Request an application package and instructions at Stevenson City Hall at 7121 E Loop Rd, PO Box 371, Stevenson WA 98648 or from leana@ci.stevenson.wa.us. Visit ci.stevenson.wa.us for more information. The City of Stevenson is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator II
City of Stevenson
Posted January 4, 2022

Open until filled-First Review January 10th, 2022

The City of Stevenson, Washington, is recruiting for a Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator level II (WWTPO), with the step corresponding to certification level II as recognized by Washington State Department of Ecology. The WWTPO II works under the Public Works Field Supervisor to perform the general operations and maintenance of the city’s Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP). The WWTPO is responsible for the safe operation of the WWTP within the guidelines set by the multiple regulatory agencies.

The Ideal Candidate:

The City of Stevenson is looking for a progressive and creative WWTPO who understands all aspects of wastewater treatment. This position requires experience and training in wastewater operations, facilities, and equipment maintenance. The ideal candidate must have a strong background and interest in troubleshooting problems; have collaborative decision-making skills; be independent, self-motivated and a team player; be energetic and positive with a can-do attitude; have strong communication and public relations skills; and be focused on solving problems and achieving results.

Experience and Education:

Requires graduation from high school or received a GED or equivalent. Also requires that you live within thirty (30) minutes response time of the city and have a valid Driver’s License with commercial validation or the ability to acquire within six (6) months. Minimum certification levels are also required depending on the level of WWTPO you are applying for. Ability to receive certification from Washington State through reciprocity within 6 months of hire.

Compensation and Benefits:

• Annual Base Salary of $55,485-$73,012 depending on qualifications and experience, plus overtime and on-call pay
• Medical and dental insurance for employee and dependents
• HRA VEBA plan
• Washington State PERS
• Voluntary Deferred Compensation plan
• 10 paid holidays per year
• 12+ vacation days per year (to maximum accruals)
• 2 personal leave days per year
• 12 days sick leave per year (to maximum accruals)

To Apply: Applications are available at Stevenson City Hall or on the City’s website at www.ci.stevenson.wa.us. Submit an application, a cover letter, and a resume to City Hall at 7121 E Loop Rd, PO Box 371, Stevenson WA 98648, or by email to leana@ci.stevenson.wa.us. Open until filled. The City of Stevenson is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Utilities Maintenance Worker
City of Stevenson
Posted January 4, 2022

Open until filled-First Review January 10th, 2022

The City of Stevenson, Washington, is recruiting for a Utilities Maintenance Worker. This position works under the Public Works Field Supervisor to perform a variety of public works and customer service duties. The Utilities Maintenance Worker will be responsible for installing, maintaining and repairing the city’s water and sewer utilities, streets, parks, and equipment.

The Ideal Candidate:

The City of Stevenson is looking for a dynamic individual that has a passion for providing exceptional customer service. Acting as the first line of response to the public, the Utilities Maintenance Worker must have a strong background and interest in troubleshooting problems; have collaborative decision-making skills; be independent, self-motivated and a team player; be energetic and positive with a can-do attitude; have strong communication and public relations skills; and be focused on solving problems and achieving results.

Experience and Education:

Requires graduation from high school, receipt of a GED or equivalent. Also requires living within thirty (30) minutes response time of the city, the ability to work independently and possess, or have the ability to acquire within six months, a commercial drivers’ license.

Compensation and Benefits:

• Annual Base Salary of $53,026 to $69,779, depending on qualifications and experience, plus on-call and overtime pay
• Medical and dental insurance for employee and dependents
• HRA VEBA plan
• Washington State PERS
• Voluntary Deferred Compensation plan
• 10 paid holidays per year
• 12+ vacation days per year (to maximum accruals)
• 2 personal leave days per year
• 12 days sick leave per year (to maximum accruals)

To Apply: Request an application package and instructions at Stevenson City Hall at 7121 E Loop Rd, PO Box 371, Stevenson WA 98648 or from leana@ci.stevenson.wa.us. The first review of applications is January 10, 2022. The City of Stevenson is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Trust Water Coordinator
Office of Columbia River
Posted December 22, 2021

The Office of Columbia River within the Department of Ecology is looking to fill a Trust Water Coordinator (Environmental Specialist 4) position. This position is located in our Central Regional Office (CRO) in Union Gap, WA.

The mission of the Office of Columbia River (OCR) is to aggressively pursue the development of new water supplies for instream and out-of-stream uses. This position serves as a senior staff environmental specialist who acts as the section expert in trust water rights, providing expedited processing of water right change applications to transfer water into the Trust Water Right Program (TWRP). The TWRP allows enhancement of stream flow for salmon-critical-watersheds. Water Banking is on the minds of many states and communities as a means to preserve water for future development and access. This position will participate on a statewide committee to implement changes to the water banking process and TWRP.

Salary $54,108.00 - $70,956.00 Annually
CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION

Regional Engineer
WA State Department of Health-Office of Drinking Water
Posted December 22, 2021

These positions may also be given specialty assignments to coordinate regional office efforts in certain subject areas.

This recruitment will be used to hire a full-time permanent Environmental Engineer 3 and an Environmental Engineer 2 located within the Division of Environmental Public Health in the Office of Drinking Water’s Southwest Region.

Environmental Engineer 3 – Range 67: $6063 – $7957 Monthly
Environmental Engineer 2 – Range 61: $5229 - $6862 Monthly

Qualifications
•A Bachelor's degree or higher with a major study in one of the following engineering fields: sanitary, civil, geotechnical, water resource, environmental, chemical, mechanical, or related field
•Licensure as a Professional Engineer (PE) in the state of Washington or ability to obtain licensure through comity within six months from date of hire
•One (1) or more years of experience working in the field of environmental engineering or public health administration with state and federal drinking water regulations as a water utility employee, consultant, or working for a state or county drinking water program
•Legally operate a state or privately owned vehicle and drive long distances in both daylight and at night, in inclement conditions
•Safely lift and carry objects weighing up to 25 pounds
•Three (3) or more professional references, to be listed in your profile under the references section which includes at least one supervisor, peer, and (if you have supervised staff) someone you have supervised or led
•Education and experience selected, listed and/or detailed in the Supplemental Questions must be verifiable on the detailed applicant profile submitted. CLICK HERE FOR COMPLET JOB DESCRIPTION


Maintenance Worker
Timberlake Community Club
Posted December 22, 2021

The Timberlake Community club is seeking an applicant for a Full-time maintenance worker position with an hourly range of $15.00/hr. to $20.00/hr. with work hours being Monday – Friday from 8 am to 4:30 pm and occasional weekends. Applications will be accepted until January 1st, 2022.

Interested individuals must be at least 18 years old, have a valid Washington State driver’s license, completed High school or G.E.D., and able to pass a drug and background check.
Position Qualifications are:
• Good people skills
• Able to lift 100lbs or less
• Operate power tools, power equipment, and hand tools.
• Ability to operate a manual or automatic transmission with towing of trailer/equipment.
Duties will include but are not limited to lawn maintenance and custodial work. Applicant should be able to take initiative and correct issues sometimes without supervision. Staff training towards achieving an entry-level WDM I certification by performing water system duties under supervision of water staff.

Send resume via email to timberlakewater@hctc.com or fax to 360-427-1755 Attn: Maintenance/Water Manager
Questions: Call Maintenance-Water department @ 360-427-8928 ext. 4

Water Superintendent
City of Chehalis
Posted December 22, 2021

This is a regular, full-time, non-represented FLSA Exempt position in the Public Works Street Division with a 2022 salary range of $69,756 to $84,768. Benefits include available medical, dental, vision, EAP, and Retirement. The City contributes roughly 80% to 95% of medical benefits depending on plan.

This is a highly responsible supervisory position in the construction, operation, repair, maintenance, and all related phases of municipal water systems. The position is also responsible for the development and implementation of departmental policy, supervision and evaluation of staff, division programs, projects, budget preparation, invoice approval, and other related work as directed.

Please see the attached job description and career brochure for a more complete explanation of the job duties, responsibilities and qualifications.

Resume, Cover Letter, and Supplemental Questions should be submitted to:

Glenn Schaffer / HR Manager
350 N. Market Blvd. Chehalis, WA 98532
gschaffer@ci.chehalis.wa.us

Position is open until filled. Applications will be reviewed as they are received. 
CLICK HERE FOR FULL JOB DESCRIPTION 


Operator Technician
Water District 19
Posted December 22, 2021

Water District 19 is recruiting for an open Operator Technician position. The District would prefer to hire for an Operator Technician 2 position, but may also consider hiring for an OIT or Level 1 position for the right candidate, if they are able to progress to a Level 2 position in a reasonable period of time, as determined by the District. Level 3 and 4 operators are encouraged to apply as well.

The ideal candidate will have a minimum of WTPO2 and WDM2 certifications issued by the State of Washington Department of Health or the ability to obtain within a reasonable period of time, as determined by District 19.

Certifications from other states may be considered provided minimum experience and education requirements meet the requirements of WAC 246-292-060 and those certifications were issued after passing an ABC exam. Certification reciprocity would need to be completed before hire date.

The District desires all Operators to live on Island.

Operators must remain on Island at all times during their assigned On-Call rotation, which is currently 7 days (from Tuesday to Tuesday) every 3 weeks.

The District requests all employees to be fully vaccinated and willing and able to provide proof of vaccination. The District also requests all employees to wear masks.

This is a union position represented by IUOE Local 302

Compensation
Water District 19 offers a competitive salary based on qualifications and experience.
2022 Salary Range
Operator in Training $21.28 to $24.19 per hour
Operator 1 (WTPO) $29.79 to $33.86 per hour
Operator 2 (WTPO) $37.24 to $42.33 per hour
Operator 3 (WTPO) $40.43 to $45.96 per hour
Operator 4 (WTPO) $42.56 to $48.37 per hour

Our competitive and comprehensive benefits package includes medical and dental.
The District is a member of the State of Washington PERS 2 or 3 retirement plan. Each program has a
specified vesting number of years and the benefit and contribution rates are set by the State.
First review of applications will be 12/17/2021. This recruitment will remain open and applications will
continue to be accepted until the position is filled. CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION


Maintenance Worker- Water Department
City of West Richland
Posted December 22, 2021

This position performs a variety of duties associated with the installation, maintenance, and repair of the water distribution system, dewatering system and irrigation system; and maintenance of the water production facilities, pumping, and storage facilities.

Non-Exempt / Full-Time
$22.50hr to Start
Comprehensive Benefit Package
Equal Opportunity Employer

Requirements
HS Diploma or equivalent
WA State driver’s license with insurable record
Two years in related field
Ability to obtain CDL within 12 months of hire (City paid)

First review of applications will be Monday, January 3rd.
Position is open until filled.

Please visit City website to apply.
www.WestRichland.org



Water Service Technician
Kitsap PUD
Posted December 22, 2021

Pay Range : $22.53-$31.10 per hour, DOQ
Benefits : Excellent benefit package
Location : Poulsbo, WA / Monday - Friday 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM, occasional overtime required

Job Summary:
Kitsap PUD is interested in adding a motivated Water Service Technician to our team. Qualified
applicants will possess the skills necessary to perform a variety of activities related to the operation and
maintenance of Kitsap PUD owned and managed water systems.

Duties and Responsibilities
 Ensure safe and adequate drinking water is delivered to Kitsap PUD customers by performing routine
water system checks, monitoring water quality, and responding to customer inquiries.
 Identify operation and maintenance deficiencies and make adjustments/repairs as needed.
 Perform various operational maintenance activities with limited supervision.
 Climb elevated storage tanks and enter confined spaces.
 Read, repair, and replace water meters.
 Responsible for the preventative maintenance of water system infrastructure. Examples include:
valve exercising, flushing, inspection of control valves, fire hydrants, pressure tanks and standpipes.
 Operate vehicles and small power equipment including generators, cutoff saws, lawn mowers, weed
eaters, etc.
 Use computer equipment and related software including, but not limited to: PC, iPad, Excel, Word,
Outlook, etc.
 Perform related work as required.
 Participate in an on-call rotation, responding to emergency calls outside of normal work hours.

Applicants are considered for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin,
age, sexual orientation or genetic information.

Position will remain open until filled. Please submit a completed job application to: jobs@kpud.org. Job
applications are available at: www.kpud.org/employment.php
CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION



Environmental Compliance/Source Control Specialist
City of Richland
Posted December 22, 2021

Salary
$5,116.80 - $5,992.13 Monthly

General Summary
Under general supervision of the Wastewater/Stormwater Manager or designee, implements and maintains the City's wastewater pretreatment program, the City’s stormwater facility inspection program, and other work operating and monitoring sewer plant equipment; ensures compliance with the wastewater pretreatment program and stormwater program as mandated by State and Federal regulations; inspects, samples, permits and provides technical support for City industrial users.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

High school diploma or equivalent, supplemented by two (2) years of relevant college-level course work including wastewater and chemistry.
Two (2) years of stormwater treatment, wastewater treatment, wastewater collection systems and or pre-treatment experience.
Or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience that will provide the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities to successfully perform the essential functions of the job.
CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION AND TO APPLY


Accounting Assistant
Thurston PUD
Posted November 30, 2021

Location: Thurston County – Lacey, Washington
Pay Range: $3,757 - $4,800 monthly ($21.66- $27.69 hourly) DOQ
Category: FLSA Non-Exempt, eligible for overtime
Closing: Open until filled

ABOUT THE JOB
Thurston PUD policy states that new employees should be vaccinated upon hire or begin the vaccination process within two weeks of hire and be fully vaccinated within 45 days of hire. Working closely with the Finance and Customer Service Manager, Assistant General Manager or other finance staff, this entry level position performs a variety of responsible duties and technical accounting and administrative work including accounts payable, accounts receivable, cash receipts, account reconciliations, payroll, compiling and maintaining accounting and other fiscal records in accordance with set guidelines. Responsible for classifying and coding vendor invoices and transactions in accordance with internal policies & procedures and GAAP accounting. Prepares and/or assists in the preparation of reports and spreadsheets as required. Assists counter and telephone customers and administers customer accounts as needed. This is FLSA covered position.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Essential duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Verifies completeness and accuracy of bank deposits; makes corrections as needed and notifies treasurer of all deposits.
• Under close supervision, classifies and codes invoices by vendor; enters data; verifies correct authorizations, maintains vendor files to ensure all reporting requirements are met.
• Under close supervision, prepares warrants weekly; checks for duplicate payment; prepares, reviews and edits voucher reports; mails warrants with documentation; files vouchers.
• Perform Advance Travel related duties including booking reservations, travel vouchers, documentation and payment.
• Under close supervision, prepares semi-monthly payroll and payroll liability payments; prepares and submits payment and reports of all payroll liabilities/employee benefits.
• Prepares non-utility receivable invoices including damage expenses caused by customers and/or agencies, tenant rentals and employee clothing purchases. Corresponds as needed to ensure timely payment.
• Maintains Petty Cash including documenting expenditures and reconciling the account balance.
• Assists in the preparation of monthly accounting journal entries for posting to the general ledgers to accurately reflect the distribution of income and expenses; maintains other fiscal records to support the reports issued by the department.
• Provides customer service; responds to routine inquiries; explains District policies, procedures and fees; looks up information; refers visitors or callers to other staff as needed.
• Verifies accuracy of all adjustments for leaks, refunds or other approved corrections.
• Assists in the review of deleted customer accounts and sends delinquency notes to customers, coordinates payments and adjustments, and transfers delinquent accounts to the collection agency.
• Support the Public Records Officer to file, track, and archive records in accordance with record retention requirements and standards.
• Participates in the ongoing development and maintenance of a records management system.

APPLY:
To be considered for this position, please fill out an application at www.ThurstonPUD.com and submit a letter of interest, resume and references. Please email your completed application packet to Thurston PUD Human Resources at hr@thurstonpud.org or mail them to:

Thurston PUD
Human Resources
1230 Ruddell Road SE
Lacey, WA 98503

We will be accepting applications until the position is filled.

For questions or other information related to this recruitment, please contact Ruth Clemens at rclemens@thurstonpud.org or at (360) 515-6118. Prior to employment, a criminal history background check and reference checks will be conducted on the top candidates. The District is an Equal Opportunity Employer and maintains policies for a drug-free and smoke-free work environment.

Customer Service Representative I
Thurston PUD
Posted November 30, 2021

Location: Thurston County- Lacey
Reports to: Finance/Accounting and Customer Service Manager
Pay Range: $21.66 - $27.69 Hourly ($3,757 - $4,800 Monthly)

ABOUT THE JOB
Thurston PUD policy states that new employees should be vaccinated upon hire or begin the vaccination process within two weeks of hire and be fully vaccinated within 45 days of hire. Serves as the point of contact to facilitate customer transactions with the District by providing information, responding to requests for service, handling customer complaints, and maintaining related records.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS –Essential duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Greet and direct public within office
• Answer calls on a multi-line telephone and answer customer account and water quality related questions
• Transfer calls to appropriate staff
• Process payments received in the mail, over the phone and from walk-in customers
• Balance cash drawer daily, safeguarding District cash receipts
• Provide customer support both via telephone, in writing, and in person
• Understand and effectively communicate the billing and collections process
• Manage customer accounts – create, update, and close accounts
• Process late fees and adjustments
• Contact customers on pending disconnect list to arrange payments
• Dispatch and coordinate service requests and disconnects with field staff
• Preparing mailings and billings to customers
• Maintain general and water system specific filing as necessary
• Perform required word processing
• Meeting place preparation
• Clerk to the Board duties as assigned
• Other related duties as assigned

APPLY:
Please visit www.thurstonpud.org for an application packet. To be considered for this position, please submit a letter of interest, resume and completed application packet. Please email your completed application packet to Thurston PUD Human Resources at hr@thurstonpud.org or mail them to:
Thurston PUD
Human Resources
1230 Ruddell Road SE
Lacey, WA 98503

We will be accepting applications until the position is filled.
For questions or other information related to this recruitment, please contact Ruth Clemens at rclemens@thurstonpud.org or at (360) 515-6118. Prior to employment, a criminal history background check and reference checks will be conducted on the top candidates. The District is an Equal Opportunity Employer and maintains policies for a drug-free and smoke-free work environment.


Water Quality Maintenance Technician
City of Redmond
Posted November 30, 2021

The City of Redmond is a thriving, culturally diverse community and home to over 72,000 residents. Redmond is the hub to an array of commerce and industry ranging from technology, aerospace and gaming to biomedical and innovation start-ups.

The Public Works Department is responding to the growing needs of the City, consider joining our team as a Water Quality Maintenance Technician. The talent you bring will help us:
• Maintain and repair City's reservoirs, wells and booster stations; includes carpentry, plumbing, concrete and masonry, general electrical, HVAC, painting, landscaping and general construction
• Prepare surfaces for painting; paint interior and exterior of buildings and facilities
• Design and adhere to job site safety plan
• Perform odor and gas monitoring control prior to entering water related confined spaces
• Monitor and repair pumping equipment, electric motors, SCADA, and control equipment
• Maintain and service portable and on-site generators; hook up and use with transfer switches as needed
• Install, repair and maintain pumps at booster stations and well sites
• Test, replace, repair, read and install residential and commercial water meters (touch read and radio read), including the installation of the MXU signal device on radio read meter
• Complete rereads, final bills and leak checks generated by the customer or utility billing office
• Flush the water system and conduct pressure and volume tests and check for chlorine residual in the water after cleaning
• Provide telemetry system and SCADA trouble shooting and repair assistance to the water quality division

The ideal candidate will have any combination equivalent to high school diploma or equivalency and one (1) year construction or trades experience. This full-time position will earn between $ $4,586.00 and $6,879.00 per month. Please apply online by December 31, 2021 via www.redmond.gov/jobs.


Public Works Superintendent
City of Tonasket
Posted November 17, 2021

We are seeking candidates for our Public Works Superintendent position. Candidates should have experience with: Water distribution and wastewater treatment operations. Must be able to read and interpret complex state regulation and prepare all required reports, understand road maintenance strategies, as well as have strong written, computer & verbal communication skills. This position supervises 3 employees and is responsible for all public works operations of the City of Tonakset; it is a working supervisor position reporting directly to the Mayor. Must complete our application with resume and cover letter. An application packet can be obtained by calling City Hall, 509.486.2132 or by emailing: tonasket@nvinet.com. Or on the city's website tonasketwa.gov. Applications are due December 6, 2021 by 4:30pm. For more information please contact Alice Attwood, Clerk-Treasurer, 509.486.2132. Tonasket is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION

Development Engineering Permit Specialist
Lakehaven Water and Sewer District
Posted November 17, 2021

Open until filled. First review December 1, 2021

Position Range Pay Level Pay Range
Permit Specialist I 6 $28.08 - $36.49
Permit Specialist II 7 $29.44 - $38.29
Permit Specialist III 8 $30.92 - $40.18
Permit Specialist IV 9 $32.45 - $42.19

As a Lakehaven employee, you will be part of a team that has been recognized by the National Association of Clean Water Agencies for its environmental stewardship and has been a long-standing member of the American Water Works Association. Lakehaven has a service area population of over 135,000 people living across a 35 square mile area in south King County, making us the second largest special-purpose water and sewer district in the state. Our water system includes 450 miles of water mains, 25 active wells and 12 storage tanks, which allows us to meet a current annual average water demand of 10 million gallons per day (MGD) from the community. Lakehaven also has 2 wastewater treatment plants, 27 sewer lift stations, and 350 miles of sewer mains capable of collecting and treating up to 15.6 MGD. Our employees work hard to produce and treat high quality drinking water and to ensure treated wastewater adheres to EPA standards, which safeguards the local ecological system of Puget Sound. If you want to work for an award-winning, innovative utility with competitive pay rates, carer advancement, and training opportunities, this is the right opportunity for you.

The Permit Specialist is responsible for issuing, receiving, and processing a wide variety of applications and permits, coordinating their flow, and maintaining a variety of related records. The Permit Specialist will also provide information to the public on various permit requirements and related issues and provide support for management and technical staff and functions. The Permit Specialist is responsible for the issuance of permits and associated customer service.

Position placement and pay is dependent upon experience and qualifications.

BENEFITS:
 State of Washington Department of Retirement Systems PERS Plans
 State of Washington Health Care Authority’s Medical, Dental, Vision benefit programs
 HRA VEBA Account
 Paid Time Off
 Holiday Pay

Does this sound like the job for you? Visit our website at www.lakehaven.org for the position descriptions and application. (Note: please identify which Permit Specialist position you are applying for on your application – Development Engineering Permit Specialist I, II, III, or IV)

Lakehaven Water and Sewer District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Individuals interested in applying for this position must submit a completed Cover Letter, Resume, and District Application no later than 4PM 12/01/21 (this is the first review date) to dlemaster@lakehaven.org or mail to: Lakehaven Water and Sewer District, c/o HR, 31627 1st Avenue South, Federal Way, WA 98003. Incomplete application materials will not be accepted.

If you need an accommodation in the recruitment process or an alternate format of this announcement, please enquire directly with the Human Resources Coordinator.

Assistant Watermaster
Desert Aire Owner Association
Posted November 17, 2021

Desert Aire Owner Association is accepting applications for the position of Assistant Watermaster. This is a full-time position complete benefit package. Application and job description are available at https://www.daoa.org/Home/About/Employment or in person at 504 Clubhouse Way SW Desert Aire WA 99349.

Applications will be accepted to 11/22/21. Desert Aire is an equal opportunity employer
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Engineer
Lakehaven Water & Sewer District
Posted November 4, 2021


Open until filled, first review date 11/16/2021

Accepting applications from internal and external applicants.

Position Range Pay Level Pay Range
Staff Engineer 12 $38.76 - $50.86
Project Engineer 14 $42.71 - $56.10
Project Manager 16 $47.08 - $61.80
Senior Project Manager 18 $51.92 - $68.12

As a Lakehaven Engineer, you will be part of a team that has been recognized by the National Association of Clean Water Agencies for its environmental stewardship and has been a long standing member of the American Water Works Association. Lakehaven has a service area population of over 135,000 people living across a 35 square mile area in south King County, making us the second largest special-purpose water and sewer district in the state. Our water system includes 450 miles of water mains, 25 active wells, and 12 storage tanks, which allows us to meet a current annual average water demand of 10 million gallons per day (MGD) from the community. Lakehaven also has 2 wastewater treatment plants, 27 sewer lift stations, and 350 miles of sewer mains capable of collecting and treating up to 15.6 MGD. Our employees work hard to produce and treat high quality drinking water and to ensure treated wastewater adheres to EPA standards which safeguards the local ecological system of Puget Sound. If you want to work for an award-winning, innovative utility with competitive pay rates, career advancement, and training opportunities, this is the right opportunity for you.

Engineers are responsible for the coordination, administration, planning, review, and development of engineering designs, plans, and specifications of assigned public works projects relating to both water and sewer utility systems. This position is also responsible for overseeing the activities associated with water and sewer system improvements pertaining to land development projects, as assigned, and overseeing the activities associated with new water and sewer service connections for District customers. Coordinates, as needed, with other departments and/or manages consulting contracts.

Position placement and pay is dependent upon experience and qualifications.

BENEFITS:
 State of Washington Department of Retirement Systems PERS Plans
 State of Washington Health Care Authority’s Medical, Dental, Vision benefit programs
 HRA VEBA Account
 Paid Time Off
 Holiday Pay

Does this sound like the job for you? Visit our website at www.lakehaven.org for the position descriptions and application. (Note: please identify which Engineering position you are applying for on your application – Staff Engr., Project Engr., Project Mgr., or Sr. Project Mgr.).

Lakehaven Water and Sewer District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Individuals interested in applying for this position must submit a completed Cover Letter, Resume, and District Application, no later than 4PM 11/16/21 (this is the first review date) to dlemaster@lakehaven.org or mail to: Lakehaven Water and Sewer District, c/o HR, 31627 1st Avenue South, Federal Way, WA 98003. Incomplete application materials will not be accepted.

If you need an accommodation in the recruitment process or an alternate format of this announcement, please enquire directly with the Human Resources Coordinator.



All City Equipment Operator
City of Milton
Posted October 26, 2021

The equipment operator operates a variety of City equipment and trucks used in construction, maintenance and repair activities when requested by utility departments, in coordination with Maintenance II's. Performs a variety of semi-skilled tasks in the maintenance, street, storm, electric, and water utilities. The operator will also be responsible for maintaining the decant facility. This position works under supervision of the Public Works Director.

This is a full time regular non-exempt position with IBEW representation. Compensation is $65,424-$79,500 per year. Please include cover letter, resume, and employment application. First review November 3rd at 4pm.

City of Milton website
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Maintenance Worker/Wastewater Treatment Operator
City of Tonasket
Posted October 19, 2021

The City of Tonasket is accepting applications for the position of Maintenance Worker/Wastewater Treatment Operator. Application and job description are available at the Tonasket City Hall, 209 S Whitcomb Ave. Office hours are 8:00am to 4:30pm Monday - Friday or online at www.tonasketwa.gov. This position will be open until filled.Application, resume and cover letter are required. The City of Tonasket is an equal opportunity employer. This is a union covered position.
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Utility Worker
Highline Water District
Posted October 19, 2021

UTILITY WORKER: Highline Water District (Kent, WA) is recruiting for a full-time Utility Worker position. Wage $27.00-$35.11/hr DOQ with great benefits. Experience and/or CDL preferred, but no experience required. More details are available on our website at www.highlinewater.org. First review Nov. 1, 2021. Position open until filled. No calls please. EOE.

General Manager
Kitsap PUD
Posted October 19, 2021

The Kitsap Public Utility District (KPUD) is currently accepting application packets for the position of General Manager. KPUD is seeking a progressive, experienced manager who understands, believes in, and commits to our core values and mission. The General Manager reports to the three-member elected Board of Commissioners and oversees all aspects of KPUD operations including its drinking water utility, wastewater utility, telecommunications utility, and water resource monitoring program. 

Applicants are considered for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation or genetic information.

Position will remain open until filled.

Send a completed application, cover letter, resume, and responses to supplemental questions (see link above) addressed to the Board of Commissioners to Kimberly Funk, Communications Manager, at kfunk@kpud.org no later than 4:30 p.m. on November 24, 2021, to be considered in the first review of applicants. Position will remain open until filled. Application materials will only be accepted electronically.
KPUD Job Application
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ERWoW Contact Info

Mailing Address: Po Box 2300 Shelton, WA 98584
Physical Address: 11840 North US Highway 101 Shelton, WA 98584
Phone (360) 462.9287
Email: info@erwow.org