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Field Technician
Public Utility District No 1 of Thurston County
Posted June 27, 2022

Job Type: Full-Time, Permanent
Reports to: Director of Field Operations (DFO)
Location: Thurston County – Tumwater, WA
Pay Range: Hourly $24.46 - $31.25 (Monthly $4,240 - $5,417) Depends of Qualifications
Category: FLSA Non-Exempt, Overtime Eligible
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. The Field Technician works under the direction of the Director of Field Operations. The Field Technician will perform a broad range of manual and technical labor to support the PUD’s owned and operated water systems. This person performs water system maintenance and support. The Field Technician is to perform skilled work associated with drinking water system maintenance and operation to provide safe drinking water that meets Federal and State regulations.

The ideal candidate profile includes:
• Ability to communicate technical information clearly and concisely to a variety of audiences, including but not limited to, customers, field and office employees and management.
• Team player with ability and desire to accept direction from others.
• Ability to be organized and complete paperwork in a timely manner.
• Prompt and time sensitive.
• Safety conscious and committed to safe work practices.
• Ability to provide high level of customer service at all times.
• Can perform or have a strong desire to learn water system operation and maintenance.

CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION


Project Analysis
Washington Water Service
Posted June 23, 2022

Job Description:
The Project Analyst provides project and administrative support to the Engineering Department, and performs regulatory reporting to state agencies. The work is performed under general supervision and requires the exercise of independent judgment and initiative. The position is located in Lacey, WA.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
• Provides project and administrative support to the engineering staff.
• Completes routine regulatory report forms and communicates directly with State and Local regulators.
• Creates and maintains water system records.
• Assists with data gathering, exhibit preparation, compilation, and publishing of Water System Planning documents.
• Drafts, edits, and proofs general business correspondence.
• Processes incoming mail daily.
• Vendors onboarding support.
• Assists in the management of Water Rights, having direct communication with state agencies to obtain permit extensions and coordinate mitigation efforts.
• Analyzes well production data, connection summaries, growth patterns.
• Utilizes Power Plan to create work orders, as-built projects, and create project management reports.
• Administers and prepares reports and analysis on capital budgets, and project tracking.
• Supports Accounting Department, knowledge of general ledger.
• Communicates directly with Operations and Construction Staff for work order management.
• Provides support analysis for source production and customer water use.
• Maintains Company's Water Facilities Inventory and connection summaries.
• Communicates directly with developer applicants for water availability requests.
• Composes memorandum of understanding and release letters to applicants.
• Analyzes distances/costs for water availability in accordance with company standards.
• Performs other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• Associates degree or vocational certificate in a related field or equivalent work experience.
• Effective written and verbal skills.
• Advanced in the use of Microsoft Office applications.
• Proficient 10 key and data entry skills.
• Valid Washington State Driver's License.
• Upon hire, must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination status.

Salary Range: $52,000 - $93,400

Deadline to submit resume is Wednesday, July 6, 2022.

The Equal Opportunity Policy of the Company is based upon the philosophy that all people should be treated fairly and with dignity. California Water Service, Hawaii Water Service, New Mexico Water Serviceand Washington Water Servicedo not discriminate against any applicant or employee because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or any other protected class. The Company makes all employment decisions in a non-discriminatory manner. EOE, VET, DISABILITIES.

To apply, please visit: https://apptrkr.com/3169607


Certified Water and Wastewater Operator
Swinomish Indian Tribal Community
Posted June 20, 2022


SALARY: DOE
EMAIL: Email Resume to smacintosh@swinomish.nsn.us

POSITION SUMMARY
Under the direct supervision of the Director this position is responsible for operation, maintenance and repairs related to the utility authority equipment and reporting. The Lead Assistant will also help to maintain records, mapping as well as work with contractors to complete safely and timely utility projects. The Lead Assistant will take the lead on troubleshooting electrical and mechanical issues. The position coordinates with other tribal departments and outside agencies and vendors.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Performing daily system check at 6 stations to record master meter readings; replenish chemicals; lubricate pumps; generator maintenance; housekeeping duties, etc.
2. Read/monitor water meters on monthly and as-needed basis using laptop meter recording device. Approximately 450 meters in the system.
3. Shut off water meters for non-payments. Reconnect service as needed.
4. Flush water systems on a routing basis.
5. Exercise mainline water & wastewater valves on routine basis. Maintain record of valve exercising activities. Approximately 200 valves in system.
6. Keep stations, well heads, drain fields, hydrants, valves, electric meters, wastewater pre-treatment tanks and other water/wastewater appurtenances clear of brush, tall grass, debris, obstructions, etc. as needed.
7. Routine maintenance on wastewater pre-treatment tanks including pull & clean baskets, repair/replace pumps, inspect/adjust electrical connections, lubricate locks, etc. Approximately 125 tanks in system. Maintain record of routine tank maintenance.
8. Assist with operation and maintenance of Membrane Bio-Reactor (MBR) wastewater treatment plant.
9. Assist with miscellaneous call outs to clear clogged pumps, repair minor leaks, etc.
10. Maintain and repair tools and equipment. Maintain inventory of supplies and parts.
11. Assist with oversight of contractors retained for construction and repair projects.
CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION

Treatment Technician
Washington Water Service
Posted June 20, 2022


SUMMARY:
Under limited supervision, operates and maintains water treatment plant facilities and equipment. Monitors well site production and chemical distribution. This position is located in Gig Harbor, Washington

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
• Operate and maintain chlorine pumps.
• Handle hazardous materials.
• Monitor and record chlorine residuals throughout the distribution systems.
• Monitor and record overall operation and security of well sites.
• Operate and maintain filtration systems.
• Operate motor vehicles (must produce 5 year driving abstract).
• Support the relationship between Washington Water Service and the general public.
• Perform duties after hours / on call when scheduled.
• Perform basic computer / smart phone functions.
• Operate fork lift.
• Perform other duties as required or assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• High school diploma or equivalent.
• Valid WA state driver’s license.
• Obtain Water Treatment Plant Operator in Training certification within 1 year of hire date.
• Obtain Cross Connection Control Certification within 1year of hire date.
• Obtain Water Distribution Specialist Within 1 year of hire date.
• Obtain flagger certification within 1 year of hire date.
• Obtain first aid certification within 1 year of hire date.
• Obtain fork lift certification within 1 year of hire date.
• Upon hire, must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination status

Salary Range: $43,200 - $77,600
Deadline to submit resume is Monday, June 27, 2022.

The Equal Opportunity Policy of the Company is based upon the philosophy that all people should be treated fairly and with dignity. California Water Service, Hawaii Water Service, New Mexico Water Service and Washington Water Service do not discriminate against any applicant or employee because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or any other protected class. The Company makes all employment decisions in a non-discriminatory manner. EOE, VET, DISABILITIES.

To apply: https://apptrkr.com/3145276

Maintenance Electrician
City of Lynden
Posted June 10, 2022


JOB SUMMARY
Maintenance Electricians performs a variety of skilled, semi-skilled, complex and specialized tasks in the installation, operation, maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of electrical, mechanical and electronic systems, including but not limited to, the City’s water and wastewater treatment plants, pump stations, and related facilities and systems. This position primarily supports the City’s water and wastewater operations, but also completes tasks for other City facilities.

Type of Position: Full-time, permanent, FLSA non-exempt (hourly); union-represented
Closes: Wednesday, June 22th at 5:00 pm for first preference; open until filled
Work Schedule: M-F 7:30 am to 4:30 pm, plus some evening, weekend, on-call shifts
Pay Range: $28.31 to $34.41 per hour (5-step grid)

Benefits:
• Washington State Department of Retirement Systems (PERS)
• Medical/Prescription, Dental & Vision Insurance
• Voluntary Flexible Benefits/Cafeteria Plan
• Vacation Leave
• Sick Leave
• Paid Holidays
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO APPLY

District Manager
Lummi Tribal Water and Sewer District
Posted June 10, 2022


OPENS: June 8, 2022 CLOSES: July 8, 2022

EXEMPT: Yes SALARY: DOE

JOB SUMMARY: The District Manager serves as the chief executive and administrator for the Lummi Sewer & Water District (District) pursuant to an employment contract executed with the Lummi Tribal Sewer & Water District Boards (Board). Manages and directs the overall operation of the District to ensure compliance with Lummi Indian Business Council (LIBC) Title 16, state statutes, District goals, objectives and policies, and applicable regulations.

POSITION PURPOSE: Responsible for implementing policies and decisions of the Board, assuring adherence to LIBC Title 16, and originating plans and procedures to affect such policies and decisions. Responsible for the overall leadership and management of District operations, including its sewer and water services, community relations, environmental compliance, engineering, finance, contracting, personnel, field, office, customer service and other functions; for attending and providing policy advice at Board meeting; and for coordinating District objectives with departments within LIBC and other city, county, state and other agency representatives as well as District consulting engineers, contractors, legal counsel, financial and other contracted advisors.

TO APPLY:

To see the full Job Announcement/Description and to obtain a Lummi Tribal Sewer & Water application go to: http://ltswd.com/employment-opportunities or request by email to leslyeo@ltswd.com

Submit LTSWD application, cover letter, resume & references no later than 4:30 p.m. on the closing date listed above. Mailing address: 2156 Lummi View Drive, Bellingham, WA 98226. Fax: (360) 758-7195

For more information contact HR at (360) 758-7167 x 100.



Certified Water Service Operator 

Blue Rock Water Company 

Posted June 9, 2022

Salary Range: $45,000 - $60,000

SUMMARY:
A Certified Water System Operator (CWSO) interfaces with customers and regulators to provide a safe and clean water supply to over 900 residences throughout Washington State. The successful candidate will have excellent interpersonal skills, strong verbal communication abilities, knowledge and ability to use electronic recordkeeping system, team orientated approach, time management skills, and be adept at problem-solving.

This is a full-time position. The Water Service Operator is an hourly position and may work more than eight hours per day or 40 hours per week. The Water Service Operator can be on call 24 hours per day and may be called back to work before or after normal work hours and/or on a scheduled day off. Any work more than 40 hours per week is overtime. Any call-out time on weekends or before/after regular work hours is paid at the overtime rate. If the Water Service Operator is placed
on an official "on-call" status, that status qualifies for "on-call" pay. The Water Treatment Plant Operator performs a variety of semi-skilled and skilled technical and maintenance work in the operations, maintenance, and repair of the water treatment plants and system. The CWSO is responsible for performing or managing the water system's daily operations and maintenance activities at or above acceptable public health practices and water industry standards (chapter 246-290 WAC).
BRWCO water systems are located throughout Western Washington
PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION





Certified Water Treatment Plant Operator
Blue Rock Water Company
Posted June 9, 2022


Salary Range: $58,000 - $77,500

SUMMARY:
A Water Treatment Plant Operator interfaces with customers and regulators to provide a safe and clean water supply to over 900 residences throughout Washington State. The successful candidate will have excellent interpersonal skills, strong verbal communication abilities, knowledge, ability to use an electronic recordkeeping system, team orientated approach, time management skills, and be adept at problem-solving.

This is a full-time position. The Water Treatment Plant Operator is an hourly position and may work more than eight hours per day or 40 hours per week. The Water Treatment Plant Operator is on call 24 hours per day and may be called back to work before or after normal work hours and/or on a scheduled day off. Any work more than 40 hours per week is overtime. Any call-out time on weekends or before/after regular work hours is paid at the overtime rate. If the Water System Plant
Operator is placed on an official "on-call" status, that status qualifies for "on-call" pay. The Water Treatment Plant Operator performs a variety of semi-skilled and skilled technical and maintenance work in the operations, maintenance, and repair of the water treatment plants and system. The Water Treatment Plant Manager is the "Operator in Responsible Charge" as outlined in WAC 246-292-032.
PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION

Water Treatment Plant Operator
City of Pomeroy
Posted June 9, 2022

The City of Pomeroy is accepting applications for a Waste Water Treatment Plant Operator with a current WA State Driver’s license and acceptable driving record. Must possess a WA State Level Class I Operator’s certificate and shall obtain a Washington State Level Class II Waste Water Operator’s certificate within one year of employment. A Class B CDL license is preferred but not required. This is a full time position. Job description and applications are available at Pomeroy City Hall, N. 80 7th Street, Pomeroy WA 99347. Both can be sent via e-mail or regular mail upon request by calling 509-843-1601. The application is also available on our website www.cityofpomeroy1.com. Return completed applications to the City of Pomeroy, P.O. Box 370, N. 80 8th Street, Pomeroy, WA 99347. Position will remain open until filled. Equal Opportunity Employer.

Water Treatment Plant Operator In Training
City of Yakima
Posted June 2, 2022

SALARY: $21.58 - $25.79 Hourly
$3,740.53 - $4,470.27 Monthly
OPENING DATE: 06/01/22
CLOSING DATE: 06/20/22 04:00 PM

OVERVIEW AND MINIMUM CLASS REQUIREMENTS:
The City of Yakima is a premier employer in the Yakima Valley with extensive opportunities for training and growth. The City offers a competitive benefit package including:

• Comprehensive medical, dental and vision coverage
• FREE healthcare clinic!
• WA State PERS pension plan
• 1% contribution to a 457 deferred compensation plan
• Generous accruals for vacation and sick leave
• Up to 5% bilingual/biliterate English/Spanish special pay
• Much more!

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
High School graduation or GED and three (3) months operating experience (related to the operation of a water treatment facility or drinking water distribution system). Three (3) relevant college credits and/or Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) may be substituted for the three months of operating experience.

LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS AND/OR CERTIFICATES:
Possess and maintain a State of Washington Water Treatment Plant Operator I Certificate of Competency within 12 months of appointment. Obtain and maintain a Basic First Aid and CPR certificate within 6 months of appointment. Possess and maintain a valid State of Washington Driver's License. Must meet minimum education and experience requirements in the State of Washington Waterworks Operator Certification Program Guidelines for a Water Treatment Plant Operator I Certificate of Competency. Obtaining a State of Washington Water Treatment Plant Operator I (OIT) Certificate as soon as practicable is encouraged.

JOB SUMMARY:
Under direct supervision, operates and maintains the water treatment plant, wells, pump stations and reservoirs and performs related work as required.
CLICK HERE TO APPLY AND FOR MORE INFORMATION

Water and Wastewater Technician
Clallam County PUD No. 1
Posted June 2, 2022

Beautiful North Olympic Peninsula
Rate of Pay – $39.10 per hour
Deadline: Open until filled

Are you tired of the traffic? Are you an Outdoor Enthusiast? Clallam County has mild weather, very little rain and is located on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula in Washington. We have lakes, mountains, rivers and an ocean sea coast where hunters, fishermen, hikers, campers, bikers, skiers, kayakers and all outdoor enthusiasts gather for an abundance of outdoor fun. The Olympic Peninsula offers great communities, schools and shopping. Visit https://www.olympicpeninsula.org/ for more information on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula.

We are seeking a Water and Wastewater Technician to construct and maintain the District's water and wastewater systems in a manner that ensures economical use of personnel, vehicles, equipment and materials. Perform activities associated with the operation of the systems to facilitate accomplishment of the District's mission.

Education, Experience and Training: Must have 3 years experience in water and wastewater systems or pass a District competency test and must be State certified as a Water Distribution Manager I.

Other Requirements: Must pass a District physical examination and be able to perform essential job functions. Must have a valid Washington State driver's license with a safe driving record.

Information on the Beautiful Olympic Peninsula: Our website, www.clallampud.net provides information about our community and links to local Chambers of Commerce.

To Apply: An application packet, job description and additional information about our company may be retrieved at our website at www.clallampud.net. Contact us at 360-565-3276. EOE
CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION

Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator or Manager
City of Bingen
Reposted May 23, 2022

The City of Bingen, Washington, is recruiting for a Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator or Manager who understands all aspects of biological wastewater treatment. We are seeking either an Operator (Level II Certification) or Manager (Level III Certification), with the step corresponding to certification as recognized by the Washington State Department of Ecology. This position is supervised by the City Administrator and performs the general operations and maintenance of the City’s Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP). The person in this role is responsible for the safe operation of the WWTP within the guidelines set by the multiple State regulatory agencies.

The Ideal Candidate:
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 and self-motivated; have a positive, can-do attitude; have excellent communication and technology skills; and be dedicated to the crucial service that the plant provides for the community.

Requirements:
Valid Commercial Driver’s License or the ability to acquire within six (6) months. Ability to receive certification from Washington State through reciprocity within six (6) months of hire.

Operator Level II Requirements:
➢ graduation from high school or GED or equivalent.
➢ 3 years of plant experience.
Manager Level III Requirements:
➢ 2 years of college credits and 4 years of experience, with two of those four years at a Class II or higher plant.

Union representation by International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 701. The Union requires City employees to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19.

Compensation and Benefits:
⮚ Annual Base Salary of $57,167-$80,776 depending on qualifications and experience, plus overtime and on-call pay
⮚ Medical and dental insurance for employee and dependents
⮚ Washington State PERS
⮚ Voluntary Deferred Compensation plan
⮚ 11 paid holidays per year
⮚ 10 vacation days per year
⮚ 2 floating holidays days per year
⮚ 12 days sick leave per year

To Apply:
Submit a cover letter and a resume to City Hall at 112 N Ash, PO Box 607, Bingen, WA 98650, or by email to administrator@bingenwashington.org. Job descriptions of each role are posted on the City’s website at www.bingenwashington.org.

Open until filled. Reviews will be on June 13  The City of Bingen is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION



Contractor/Part Time Employee
Town of Cusick
Posted May 23, 2022

The Town of Cusick is in search of a contractor or employee to join part-time maintenance employees in maintaining the Usk Water Treatment Plant's Backwash Ponds, roof repair, bathroom septic pump, dual line tank storage and distribution. Also, in maintaining the Usk and Cusick sewer lift stations, treatment and finishing ponds, and pivot irrigation discharge system. Skills in electrical control, pump motors, system monitoring and basic plumbing preferred. Will provide competitive compensation, training, work vehicle, phone, equipment, and longer term benefits within budget limits. Contact Tonya Garske, Clerk@townofcusick.com, 509-671-9008


Utility Worker
Washington Water Service
Posted May 18, 2022

Job Description:
The Utility Worker is responsible for field operations and maintenance work and performs relief work under various classifications. The position works under direct supervision and requires the Utility Worker to be independent, use good judgment, take initiative, and maintain an effective working relationship with others. This position is located in Puyallup, Washington.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
Performs field operations and maintenance work
Performs relief work under various classifications
Performs general clean-up of grounds and facilities
Cleans and repairs reservoirs
Flushes and services water mains
Cleans, locates, changes, and replaces meters and boxes and covers
Operates system valves as required
Notifies customers for shut-downs
Completes necessary paperwork
Provides general maintenance for pump stations
Turns services off and on
Assists in setting, replacing, or removing meters
Assists above and below ground construction as required
Participates in and supports the Company’s Continuous Improvement program and projects
Performs other similar duties as assigned

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
High school diploma or GED
Construction or plumbing experience equivalent to a laborer or apprentice
Water Utility experience desired
Valid Washington State Driver’s License
Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office applications
First Aid Card (required within one year of employment)
Upon hire, must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination status

Salary Range: $42,000 - $75,700
Deadline to submit resume is OPEN UNTIL FILLED.
CLICK HERE TO APPLY

Construction Operator
Washington Water Service
Posted May 18, 2022

Job Description:
The Construction Operator operates all construction equipment such as, backhoe, vac-truck, boom truck, dump truck, and any other equipment needed for construction duties. This position is located in Puyallup, WA.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Operates all construction and pump pulling equipment
Reads site, engineering, and survey plans
Installs underground facilities
Installs all underground water lines, valves, hydrants, fittings, and accessories
Installs meters of all sizes
Pulls services and replaces well pumps
Troubleshoots, repairs flow and pressure problems and leaks
Provides emergency on-call response
Traffic Control
Completes necessary paperwork
Participates in the Company's Continuous Improvement Process
Operates heavy equipment
Reads and understands blueprints and maps
Locates water mains with electronic equipment
Performs a wide variety of duties and responsibilities with accuracy and speed under the pressure of time sensitive deadlines
Regularly interacts with employees, public, and customers, requiring common sense, tact and diplomacy in order to accomplish assignments
Provides outstanding customer service
Attends meetings and training as directed by Washington Water Service
Performs other duties as assigned

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: ​
Graduation from high school or GED
Experience working in the construction field and around heavy equipment
State of Washington Water Distribution Specialists certification within 1 year
Valid State of Washington Class A Combination Driver's License
Acquire CDL Tanker endorsement within 1 year of hire
First Aid card or obtain within 1 year of hire
Flagger's card or obtain within 1 year of hire
Confined Space, Soils, and Asbestos certificates desired
NCCO Crane Certification or ability to obtain within one year
Available for on-call
Demonstrates knowledge of all machines and tools used in the job
Demonstrates knowledge of hazardous materials and confined spaces
Demonstrates knowledge of rights of way and easements
Demonstrates knowledge of State, County, and City requirements for work being completed
Demonstrates knowledge of safety regulations, protocols, principles, practices and procedures for water systems, and work site safety
Demonstrates knowledge of job site staking
Upon hire, must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination status

Salary Range: $25.00 - $44.90
Deadline to submit resume is OPEN UNTIL FILLED.
CLICK HERE TO APPLY


 

Urban Waters and Industrial Stormwater Permit Manager
Department of Ecology
Posted May 17, 2022

The Water Quality Program within the Department of Ecology is looking to fill an Urban Waters and Industrial Stormwater Permit Manager (Environmental Specialist 4) position. This position is located in our Eastern Regional Office (ERO) in Spokane, WA, and is not currently required to work in the office on a regular basis.
Are you interested in helping reduce toxic pollution in major eastern Washington rivers, including the Spokane River? Could you see yourself evaluating sources of toxics and being part of a team working on clean up actions? How about implementing the Washington’s Industrial stormwater permit to ensure pollutants are not running off industrial sites and contaminating streams and rivers? If so, this position could be for you!

This position performs tasks associated with identifying and reducing toxic pollution in eastern Washington urban waters. These tasks include planning; conducting source assessments, water and soil monitoring; inspecting facilities to reduce toxic pollution, identifying control actions and cleanup actions; and providing technical advice to external stakeholders. This position also manages the Industrial Stormwater General Permit in 13 eastern Washington counties to ensure facilities gain coverage and protect water quality consistent with the permit.

Watershed Management Section Senior Planner
Department of Ecology
Posted May 17, 2022

The Water Quality Program within the Department of Ecology is looking to fill a Watershed Management Section Senior Planner (Environmental Planner 5) position. This position is located in our Headquarters Office in Lacey, WA.
In this position, you will work with technical and policy experts on an ever-changing set of topics related to implementing new legislative directives, federal Clean Water Act Programs, as well as Washington State programs related to Washington’s Water Pollution Control Act:
• Water Clean Up Plans- Total Maximum Daily Loads
• List of Polluted waters (303 d list)
• Development of Water Quality Standards
• Implementation of the State Nonpoint Pollution Control Program
Given the number of complex and significant projects we are managing within the section, we need a team member to work with and get input from external and tribal partners. We need somebody with great communication and organizational skills to assist us in reaching inside and outside of the section.

If you enjoy working on challenging projects, distilling key policy and technical information to help make decisions, and want to work with others to solve issues, this is your job!


Water Superintendent
City of Chehalis
Posted May 10, 2022

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.

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 visit our website for Application Instructions and the full job description and career brochure.
https://www.ci.chehalis.wa.us/publicworks/water-superintendent


Public Works Operator
Town of Twisp
Posted May 2, 2022

$20.30 to $33.00 DOE

The Town of Twisp is adding a new team member to our public works department, and it could be you. Live, work and play in the beautiful Methow Valley. Applications will be accepted for certified and non-certified public works operators. WDM and WWTP certifications are preferred but we will train the right candidate. The public works team is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the Town’s water, wastewater, streets, parks, pool, and airport. An application and job description can be obtained by visiting www.townoftwisp.com, mail applications and resume to PO box 278 Twisp, WA. 98856, or email to: clerktreasurer@townoftwisp.com (Resumes will be accepted but are not required).


Environmental Engineer 3
Office of Drinking Water
Posted April 27, 2022

Tumwater, WA
Closing: Continuous – Initial review begins 4/27/22

The Environmental Engineer 3 represents ODW as a registered Professional Engineer, administering the regional drinking water program in assigned counties under the supervision of the Assistant Regional Manager.

Duties Include
• Working with water systems to help them achieve and maintain regulatory compliance.
• Applying engineering expertise to review plans, specifications, design reports, project documents, construction documents, individual water system plans, and coordinated water system plans submitted by Professional Engineers.
• Meeting with water system representatives on site to review their operations and inspect key facilities.
• Helping water systems prepare for and respond to drinking water emergencies.
• Helping the water system identify existing and potential sources of contamination and opportunities for improvement.
• Working with the water purveyor and other drinking water partners to ensure consumers are notified of health risks and know how to protect themselves.

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO APPLY


Public Works Maintenance Supervisor
City of Carnation
Updated April 28, 2022

Performs a variety of supervisory, administrative, skilled, technical, and maintenance work in the planning, construction, operation, repair, maintenance, and replacement of City parks and facilities, water, sewer, street, and storm drainage facilities and systems. This is a working supervisor position.

TO APPLY:
Send cover letter and resume to bill.ferry@carnationwa.gov and complete the application form on our website www.carnationwa.gov under Employment Opps and include the completed application in your email.
PW Maintenance Supervisor.pdf

Waterworks Operator
Town of Cusick
Posted April 26, 2022

The Town of Cusick, Washington, now seeks a certified Waterworks Operator at $19+/hour, up to 35 hours per week.

Contact: Clerk@townofcusick.com 509.671.9008, PO Box 263, 111 S. 1st, Cusick, WA 99119.

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Contractor
Town of Cusick
Posted April 18, 2022

Town of Cusick is hiring qualified contractors or employees at $16+ per hour, depending on experience or qualifications, in maintenance, wastewater and clerical assistance.

Contact: Clerk@townofcusick.com 509.671.9008, PO Box 263, 111 S. 1st, Cusick, WA 99119.

Back Up Personnel
Town of Cusick
Posted April 11, 2022

The municipality of Cusick is looking for back up personnel in Clerical, Maintenance and Waterworks, training starting April 13. $20 per hour, up to 20 hours per week, depending on experience.

Could lead to primary position work in maintenance or waterworks. Contact Clerk@townofcusick.com, 509 671 9008, PO Box 263, 111 S. First, Cusick, WA 99119

Public Works Maintenance Worker II
City of Carnation
Updated April 28, 2022

GENERAL PURPOSE
Performs a variety of routine and emergency maintenance and equipment operation tasks related to the construction, operation, maintenance and repair of street, water, sewer, storm water and parks facilities and systems.

REQUIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
• Graduation from high school education or GED equivalent,
• 2 years related job experience, and
• Any equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Bilingual skills desirable
• Customer service experience
Necessary knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
(A) Some knowledge of equipment, facilities, materials, methods and procedures used in
maintenance, construction and repair activities;
(B) Some skill in operation of some of the listed tools and equipment.
(C) Ability to perform heavy manual tasks for extended periods of time; Ability to work safely;
Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing; Ability to establish and maintain
effective working relationships with employees, other departments and the public; Ability to
understand and carry out written and oral instructions.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
• Valid Washington State Driver's license and a good driving record.
• Water Distribution Manager I Certification, preferred.
• Cross Connection Specialist Certification, preferred.
• Valid WSDOT Flagger’s Certificate, preferred.
• Valid CPR/First Aid Certificate, preferred.

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TO APPLY: Send cover letter and resume to bill.ferry@carnationwa.gov and complete the application form on our website www.carnationwa.gov under Employment Opps and include the completed application in your email.

Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator or Manager
City of Bingen
Posted March 10, 2022


The City of Bingen, Washington, is recruiting for a Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator (Level II Certification) or Manager (Level III Certification), with the step corresponding to certification as recognized by the Washington State Department of Ecology. This position is supervised by the City Administrator and performs the general operations and maintenance of the City’s Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP). The person in this role is responsible for the safe operation of the WWTP within the guidelines set by the multiple regulatory agencies. This position is part of the International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 701. The Union requires City employees to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19. Proof of full vaccination, or documentation of plans to become fully vaccinated (e.g., partially vaccinated however too soon for second
dose, etc.) will be required prior to being hired by the City of Bingen.

The Bingen Wastewater Treatment Plant is a biological facility that handles discharge from the cities of Bingen and White Salmon as well as the Port of Klickitat. The plant consists of 2 oxidation ditches (used one at a time), 2 digesters, 3 clarifiers, 3 RAS pumps, 1 centrifuge and one Rotomat.

The Ideal Candidate:
The City of Bingen is looking for an Operator or Manager who understands all aspects of biological 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 and self-motivated; have a positive, can-do attitude; have excellent communication and technology skills; and be dedicated to the crucial service that the plant provides for the community. The entire City of Bingen is run by 7 outstanding employees–work ethic and being a team player are valued highly by our staff.

Experience and Education Requirements:
Valid Commercial Driver’s License or the ability to acquire within six (6) months.
Ability to receive certification from Washington State through reciprocity within six
(6) months of hire.

Operator Level II Requirements:

➢ graduation from high school or GED or equivalent.
➢ 3 years of plant experience.
Manager Level III Requirements:
➢ 2 years of college credits and 4 years of experience, with two of those four years at a
Class II or higher plant.
Treatment Plant Manager
Treatment Plant Operator

Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator 2/ Water Distribution Manager 2
Lewis County Water Sewer District 2
Posted March 24, 2022

Lewis County Water (Sewer) District 2, Onalaska, WA is seeking a qualified applicant for the position of Waste-Water Treatment Plant Operator 2/Water Distribution Manager 2. Competitive salary and benefits; including paid leave, holiday pay, medical allowance, 401K. Starting salary is DOQ. For complete details contact LCWD2@Lewiscounty.com or call 360-978-5191.

Position remains open until filled. Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

Utility Maintenance Worker- Apprentice
Silver Lake Water & Sewer District
Posted March 21, 2022

$47,467 - $58,420 Annually
DOQ, plus excellent benefits

Silver Lake Water and Sewer District (SLWSD) is accepting applications for an immediate opening for the position of Utility Maintenance Worker – Apprentice.

Duties include, but are not limited to, regular and recurring installation, repair and maintenance work in the water distribution and sewer collection systems.

Silver Lake Water and Sewer District is a drug, alcohol, and tobacco free workplace and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Application Form and full Job Descriptions are available at the District’s Administrative office, M – F, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., or can be obtained by going online at https://www.slwsd.com/employment.html.

Your completed and signed Job Application Packet must be returned to: SLWSD, Attn: Shelley Stevens, 15205-41st Avenue SE, Bothell, WA 98012-6114, or by email to apply@slwsd.com. No faxed applications will be considered. First review of applications will begin on April 8, 2022.


Industrial Unit Compliance Specialist
Department of Ecology
Posted March 17, 2022


The Water Quality Program within the Department of Ecology is looking to fill an Industrial Unit Compliance Specialist (Environmental Specialist 4) position.

This position is located in our Southwest Regional Office in Lacey, WA. You will have the opportunity to telework the majority of your week, and should live within a commutable distance to our Lacey office for in-person meeting and activities.

In this role, you will work closely with industrial facilities located in Ecology’s Southwest Region. We work with scientists and engineers, developers, local government officials and staff, and the public to ensure that these facilities comply with their NPDES and state discharge permits and are maintained to protect and improve water quality throughout the Southwest Region. Joining our team means you will be a key partner in our collective efforts to protect our precious waterways.

Maintenance Operator
Town of Cusick
Posted March 10,2022

Town of Cusick is seeking a local experienced Operator for Maintenance, weekly between 11 to 25 hours @ $20/hr. starting.
Contact: PO Box 263, Cusick, WA 99119, clerk@townofcusick.com, or call (509) 671-9008.

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