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•If you have a job opening that you would like to post, please email the job description and how to apply to kfenton@erwow.org. if you are a member of our association this is a free service, if you are not a member we charge $50.00 to post your job opening and will leave it up until you ask us to remove it or the application deadline has passed.

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Seasonal Laborer

Thurston County Public Utility District
Posted March 20, 2019

Position Title: Seasonal Laborer Reports to: Superintendent
Supervisory Duties: None Pay Range: $11.74- $16.73 **

** Pay dependent upon qualifications

Work Environment: Work is primarily performed outdoors in all weather conditions.

Level of Authority: Receive close to moderate supervision, depending on individual’s experience and task complexity. Expected to perform most assignments independently.

PRINCIPAL PURPOSE OF JOB:
The position works, under the general direction of the Superintendent, will perform a broad range of manual and technical labor in keeping the approximately 306 owned and managed small water systems, the PUD operates, in operational order. This position is not eligible for the standard benefits packages with the exception of state or federally mandated requirements.

DESIRED SKILLS:
• Ground maintenance including the use of lawn mower, weed eater, chainsaw, pressure washer and hand tools.
• Desire and ability to work hard in outside weather.
• Ability to perform skilled labor.
• Provide manual labor to support field staff including, but not limited to digging, installing water meters and carrying up to 50 lbs.
• Operate work trucks in picking up and delivering materials or supplies, and collecting and removing debris as assigned.
• As directed, perform pressure washing and painting.
• Proficiently operate all assigned equipment and vehicles to perform operations within the capacity of the machine to accomplish required work.
• Work in accordance with safety practices.
• Responsible for keeping vehicle and equipment in good working order and clean.
• Other duties as required.

DESIRED KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
• Team player with ability and desire to accept direction from others.
• Prompt and time sensitive,
• Safety conscious and committed to safe work practices.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to qualify is:
• High school diploma or GED
• Prior experience in operations of water systems highly desired
• First Aid certification
• Valid Washington State Driver’s License with a driving record acceptable to the PUD’s insurance carrier

WORKING CONDITIONS:
Primarily work in a field environment; may travel from site to site; exposure to extreme temperatures and adverse weather conditions, excessive noise, and hazards; stand, walk, and bend; perform simple grasping and fine manipulation; see and hear with sufficient acuity to successfully perform all aspects of job; use telephone and write or use a keyboard to communicate through written means; lift up to 100 pounds.



Maintenance Person

Town of Endicott
Posted March 20, 2019

THE TOWN OF ENDICOTT is seeking applications for a full-time Maintenance Person. Applications and job descriptions can be obtained by coming to the Town Hall, emailing: townofendicott@outlook.com, or calling (509) 657-3411. In addition to the application, a resume is required. Applicants must be certified for water and sewer or be willing and able to become certified within one (1) year after hire. The selected applicant(s) must pass a WSP Background Check, a Department of Licensing record check and a Pre-employment Drug Test. Salary is dependent on qualifications and experience. The Town of Endicott is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is our policy to comply fully with all federal, state and local equal employment opportunity laws. The Town of Endicott provides equal employment and advancement opportunities for all persons regardless of race, creed, sex, national origin, age, religion, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or any other classification protected by law.


Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator

City of Camas
Posted March 13, 2019

Starting salary $5385-5884/monthly DOE

Applications must be received by 5pm, April 5.

The City of Camas is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator. The individual selected for this position will work under the supervision of the Wastewater Operations Supervisor and the Utilities Manager.

This individual will operate and maintain the City’s wastewater treatment plant, sewage pump stations and related equipment; ensure compliance with NPDES permit requirements; and perform a variety of laboratory, mechanical and operational functions relative to assigned area of responsibility.

This facility is staffed 7 days/week. Days and hours for this position will be assigned upon hire, but may include weekends and holidays. The position is represented by AFSCME, Local 307CC and is eligible for a full benefits package.

Candidates for this position shall have:
• Education equivalent to the completion of the twelfth grade supplemented by specialized training in wastewater treatment plant operations and/or maintenance or a related field.
• Two years of increasingly responsible experience in the maintenance and operation of a wastewater treatment plant and pumping facility.
• Possession of a valid driver’s license.
• Possession of a Washington State Group 1 Wastewater Operator Certificate or the ability to obtain one within six months.
• Technology skills including proficiency in MS Office and aptitude to learn new software programs as required for the position.

In addition to the job description requirements, the preferred candidate will possess the following attributes: ability to take initiative and work independently with little direction, good verbal and written communication skills, demonstrated organizational and decision-making skills and flexibility to work non-standard hours as needed.

Application and complete job description available online at http://www.cityofcamas.us/jobs.

Candidates must submit a City application to be considered for the position. Cover letters, resumes and other application materials may be submitted with the application.



Public Works Operator

Town of Twisp
Posted March 11, 2019

Salary; $15.00 - $27.00 DOE

Twisp is a town of 1000 residents nestled in the Cascade foothills that offers unmatched year round outdoor recreation. Live work and play in the beautiful Methow Valley.

The Town of Twisp has one opening for a Public Works operator. Applications will be accepted for both certified and non-certified applicants. Pay scale modifications may be considered depending on experience and certifications. Current Pay scale depending on experience and certification as follows;
• Public Works Operator in Training $15.00 -$23.00.
• Public Works Operator 1 with WWTP 1 and WDM 1 $16.00 - $26.00
• Public Works Operator 2 with WWTP 2 and WDM 2 $17.00 - $27.00
• Public Works Operator 3 with WWTP 3 and WDM 3 $18.00 - $27.00
A Washington State CDL class B is required for the Operator 1, 2 and 3 position.

Benefits include; State PERS retirement, Deferred Comp option, Medical/Dental/Vision/RX, VEBA, Sick leave, Vacation, and 12 Holidays.

Job Summary; The person in this position is responsible, as part of the Public Works Team of 5, for the operation and maintenance of streets, airport, parks, pool, water utility, and wastewater utility. Full job descriptions can be viewed online at www.townoftwisp.com.

To take advantage of this opportunity, contact the Public Works Director Andrew Denham at 509-997-1311, or download an application and full job description at www.townoftwisp.com and email to clerktreasurer@townoftwisp.com.


Facilities Supervisor

Lake Entiat Estates
Posted March 11, 2019

We are currently seeking candidates for the Facilities Supervisor position. This position reports directly to the Community Manager, but is self-regulated for the most part. While it is rarely required, the position is “on-call” 24/7 for water system emergencies.

Duties

The Facilities Supervisor ensures efficient, effective and responsive customer-oriented services including building maintenance, custodial services, grounds maintenance, and within a year of employment, obtain required certification for water system management. They work with employees, contractors and government agencies to ensure the constant safety and functionality of all things within their charge. The Facilities Supervisor oversees a staff of two seasonal employees and ensures compliance with applicable policies, procedures and laws.

Salary $35,000-$45,000 (DOE)

Benefits include:
• 10% salary bonus/IRA contribution annually
• Full Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance
• 2 weeks paid vacation and 10 paid personal days annually
How to apply: Email your information to: admin@suncove.net. Please include the following items with your response:
• A letter of interest describing how you meet the qualifications for this position.
• A detailed resume which includes work history, skills and abilities, education and any certifications you may have.
• Three professional references, including at least one supervisor, with current contact information.
CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION


Maintenance Worker II

City of Milton
Posted March 11, 2019

Description of Essential Functions: This is a full time regular non-exempt position. The Maintenance Worker II performs complex tasks and a variety of semi-skilled and skilled duties in the construction, maintenance, installation and repair of water and street systems and related services; and operates a variety of equipment and tools. Employees of this classification are distinguished from the Maintenance Worker I position by the full range of maintenance duties as assigned, including the operation of applicable motorized equipment, and directing complex maintenance and construction tasks. The incumbent receives only occasional instruction or assistance and is fully aware of the operating procedures and policies of the work crew.

This position works under the supervision of the Maintenance Worker III Lead and under the general direction of the Public Works Supervisor, Public Works Superintendent and the Public Works Director. This position may be responsible to direct the work of the Maintenance Worker I and Seasonal Workers/Laborers. 

CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION

TO APPLY CLICK HERE


Operations Supervisor

Whitworth Water District
Posted March 4, 2019

Salary: $70,000 – $95,000 Dependent on Qualifications and Experience

Position Summary:
Whitworth Water District is seeking to fill the position of Operations Supervisor. The Operations Supervisor will perform supervisory work directing the Operations Department’s crew in municipal water system maintenance and repair, construction of taps, meter installation, and troubleshooting. Duties are heavy in nature and often performed under adverse weather conditions; requiring maximum attention to detail in order to prevent errors and injury. The candidate must demonstrate considerable knowledge in the field of water utility management including the functions and maintenance of equipment. The selected candidate will have extensive contact with other District employees and the general public and serve in a leadership role to the Operations Department’s field employees. Employee is required to be on call during non-working hours and may be called upon at any time in the case of an emergency. Duties are varied and require independent decision-making skills and experience in developing policies and procedures to ensure a safe work environment, as well as comply with the various State and Federal regulatory laws and requirements of public water systems. The selected candidate will report to the District Superintendent and ultimately the District’s General Manager.

How to Apply
Please go to www.whitworthwater.com/employment-opportunities/ to view the entire job description including qualification requirements and to download application materials. The following constitutes a complete application package in the following order:
1. Letter of Interest
2. Resume
3. Completion of the District’s Application for Employment
Complete application packages must be emailed to Tom McInerney at tomm@whitworthwater.com, or mailed to: Whitworth Water District – Attention Human Resources, 17401 N Newport Rd. Mead, WA 99021.
First Internal Review of Applicants Scheduled for Wednesday March 13, 2019. Position Open Until Filled.
CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE DESCRIPTION


Cross Connection Control Specialist

City of Wenatchee
Posted February 26, 2019

Salary: $4,642 - $5,373/Month

Position Summary 
The City of Wenatchee is seeking a Cross-Connection Control Specialist who conducts and coordinates environmental monitoring and quality assurance for cross-connection
control in a safe and efficient manner. Develops and maintains the Cross-Connection Control Program in compliance with Washington Administrative Code 246-290-490. Performs site inspections and surveys. Evaluates findings to ensure quality standards are met. Tests City-owned backflow assemblies. Investigates backflow incidents. Implements and maintains the Wellhead Protection program.

Qualification Requirements
1. Associate’s degree in environmental science, biology, chemistry or other related science.
2. Two (2) years of experience in the plumbing or water system maintenance fields.
3. Must possess a current WA State Driver License and maintain throughout employment.
4. Must obtain a WA State Cross-Connection Control Certification within six (6) months of employment and maintain throughout employment.
5. WA State Backflow Assembly Tester Certification preferred.

City of Wenatchee Government 
The City of Wenatchee is a full service City employing 160 employees. In addition to Public Works, other departments include Police, Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services, Economic Development, Community Development, Finance, Human Resources and Information Services. The City operates under a Strong Mayor form of government with seven council members serving at large. Active boards and commissions advise the City Council with governance. 

The Community 
The City of Wenatchee is home to 33,070 people with approximately 70,000 living in the greater Wenatchee urban area. Located in a beautiful valley at the confluence of the Wenatchee and Columbia Rivers and on the east slopes of the Cascade Mountain Range, the city enjoys wonderful abundant sunshine with four distinct seasons. The average rainfall is a mere 10 inches per year making the region a focal point of Washington State for outdoor recreation. Wenatchee is the largest city in rural North Central Washington and thus provides a small town atmosphere with big city amenities striking a great balance between rural and urban qualities of life. Furthermore, the city is only 30 minutes from the renowned resort towns of Leavenworth and Lake Chelan. For those desiring occasional amenities of major metropolitan areas, Seattle is a short scenic 3 hour drive or 30 minute flight away making Wenatchee very attractive to many people and families relocating from the Puget Sound area.

How to Apply
Please go to www.wenatcheewa.gov to view the job description including qualification requirements and download application materials.  The following constitutes a complete application package in the following order:
1. Letter of Interest
2. Resume
3. Application for Employment
4. Supplemental Application
Complete application packages may be emailed (HR@WenatcheeWa.Gov), faxed (509-888-3636), or mailed to: City of Wenatchee Human Resources Department, PO Box 519 Wenatchee, WA 98801-0519.
First Review Date: 3:00 P.M., Wednesday, March 6, 2019


Assistant Director Public Works

City of Redmond
Posted February 20, 2019

SALARY: $54.38 - $73.41 Hourly
$9,426.00 - $12,725.00 Monthly
$113,112.00 - $152,700.00 Annually

OPENING DATE: 02/14/19
CLOSING DATE: 03/03/19 11:59 PM
JOB TYPE: Regular, Full-time
LOCATION: City Hall, 15670 NE 85th St, Redmond
DEPARTMENT: Public Works
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
The City of Redmond is actively seeking two (2) community minded leaders! Both positions support the
City's mission, vision, values and strategic initiatives, and work under the general direction of the Public
Works Director to plan, direct, manage, supervise and coordinate all Public Works related activities.This
level of decision making requires sound judgment, high level Public Works knowledge, and the ability to
recognize and understand the impact of decisions.

We currently have two leadership opportunities at the Assistant Director level (full classification
descriptions below):
• Maintenance and Operations Assistant Director of Public Works.
• Assistant Director/ City Engineer of Public Works.
CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION


Maintenance Worker III-Lead-Water/Street Division

City of Milton
Posted February 19, 2019

Salary: Pay range 19 – $5,164 - $6,275
GENERAL PURPOSE

This full-time, non-exempt lead maintenance position is responsible for directing the daily work of the maintenance personnel assigned to his/her assigned Public Works crew.
SUPERVISION: This position performs work under the direct supervision of the Water/Street Supervisor, Public Works Superintendent and the general supervision of the Public Works Director and Mayor. This position works closely with other Public Works employees.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Maintenance Worker III Lead is a full time regular non-exempt position and performs complex tasks and a variety of skilled and non-routine duties associated with maintenance, installation and/or repair work of the water and street systems, and operates a variety of equipment and tools.
The Maintenance Worker III Lead is responsible for and takes the lead to give instructions and directions to subordinate personnel assigned; oversees work of the crew; makes on-site job assignments; ensures the availability of materials and equipment; trains crew members in the current operating procedures and equipment operations. The incumbent receives only occasional instruction or assistance, and is fully aware of the operating procedures and policies.
The job duties and responsibilities represented in this job description in no way imply that these
are the only duties to be performed. Employees occupying the position will be required to
follow any other job-related instructions and to perform any other job-related duties as assigned.

CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION


Lead Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator

City of Camas
Posted February 19, 2019

Starting salary $5884-6430/monthly DOE
Applications must be received by 5pm, March 8.

The City of Camas is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Lead Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator. The individual selected for this position will work under the supervision of the Wastewater Operations Supervisor and the Utilities Manager.

This individual will lead, oversee and participate in the more complex and difficult work of staff responsible for the maintenance and operations of the wastewater treatment plant and sewage pump stations and related equipment; help ensure compliance with the NPDES permit requirements and State and Federal water quality regulations; complete special projects; perform a variety of technical tasks relative to assigned areas of responsibility; coordinate activities with other operators; and provide highly responsible assistance to the Wastewater Treatment Plant Operations Supervisor.

This facility is staffed 7 days/week. Days and hours for this position will be assigned upon hire, but may include weekends and holidays. The position is represented by AFSCME, Local 307CC and is eligible for a full benefits package.

Candidates for this position shall have:
• Education equivalent to the completion of two years of college level coursework supplemented by specialized training in wastewater treatment plant maintenance, operations or a related field
• Completion of at least 8 hours of leadership and management training
• Four years of increasingly responsible experience in operation and maintenance of a wastewater treatment plant and pumping facilities, including one year of administrative and supervisory responsibility relevant to the position and at least two years at a Class III or higher wastewater treatment plant
• Possession of an appropriate, valid Washington State Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator’s certification Class IV as administered by the Department of Ecology OR a Class III certification with the ability to obtain a Class IV within six months of the date of hire
• Advanced technology skills including proficiency in MS Office and an aptitude to learn new software programs as required for the position

In addition to the job description requirements, the preferred candidate will possess the following attributes: ability to take initiative and work independently with little direction, good verbal and written communication skills, demonstrated organizational and decision-making skills and flexibility to work non-standard hours as needed.

Application and complete job description available online at http://www.cityofcamas.us/jobs  

Candidates must submit a City application to be considered for the position. Cover letters, resumes and other application materials may be submitted with the application.
CLICK HERE FOR PRINTABLE VERSION


Maintenance Electrical

Lakehaven Water and Sewer District
Posted February 6, 2019

POSITION TITLE: Maintenance Electrician
REPRESENTED BY: International Union of Operating Engineers
RESPONSIBLE TO: Electrical and Control Systems Manager or designee
POSTING DATES: 10/10/18 – Open until filled
Accepting applications from internal and external applicants.

Lakehaven Water and Sewer District has an immediate opening for a Maintenance Electrician in our Engineering Department.

Position Range
Maintenance Electrician III (Level 13) $31.75 - $49.32
Maintenance Electrician IV (Level 14) $33.30 - $51.77

Lakehaven Water and Sewer District is seeking an experienced Maintenance Electrician to perform a variety of tasks to maintain and install electrical equipment, MCCs, VFDs, Control Panels and controls, and to perform various electrical tasks at all District facilities.

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 Maintenance Electrician position and level you are applying for on your application.)

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, 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 inquire directly with the Human Resources Manager.


General Manager

Mt. View-Edgewood Water Company
Posted February 6, 2019

General Manager Opportunity: Mt. View Edgewood Water Company is a member owned nonprofit water company in Edgewood, Washington, with approximately 3,500 connections. We are accepting applications for a General Manager to oversee the operation of our award winning, Best Water in the USA, organization with eleven employees.

The primary responsibility of all Mt. View-Edgewood Water Company employees is to ensure public health and protection of property by providing sufficient quantities of safe water for drinking and fire protection. The goal of the Water Company is to provide excellent customer service to its members and to maintain its untreated water status.

The General Manager is responsible for overall management and daily operations of the Water Company. This includes long-term planning, budget preparation, systems operations and maintenance, water quality, new installations, capital projects, customer service, work scheduling, compliance with regulations, safety and training, company policies, and communications with the Board of Directors, regulatory agencies, regional and community partners, and the general public. The General Manager reports to the Board of Directors.

Minimum starting salary $100,000
Qualifications:
• Minimum 10 years of experience in water maintenance and operations including 4 years management and supervisory experience.
• Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in Civil Engineering, Public or Business Administration or a closely related field.
• Preferred management experience at upper level of a company demonstrating organizational, technological, business plan management, and people skills.
Licenses and Certificates:
• Washington State Department of Health Water Distribution Manager 2 (WDM2) Certification – or obtain within 2 years.
• Cross Connection understanding or CCS Certification
• Washington State Driver’s License – or obtain within 30 days
• Incident Management Training (ICS 100, 200, 700, 800) – or obtain within 1 year
• First Aid Card
Benefits include:
• Full Medical, Dental, and Vision for employee and 80% for family members
• Life Insurance
• SEP (Simplified Employee Pension) annual company contribution at 7.5%
• Vacation and Sick Pay
Applicant will be subject to drug screening, credit check, and background check. This position is filled by appointment through the Board of Directors.

PLEASE REFER TO OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.MTVEWATER.COM TO FILL OUT AN APPLICATION TO SUBMIT TO OUR OFFICE. APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED UNTIL POSITION IS FILLED.


Water Operations Manager

Lakehaven Water & Sewer District
Posted January 30, 2019

Lakehaven Water and Sewer District has an immediate opening for a Water Operations Manager in the Water Operations Department.
Water Operations Manager $55.44 - $72.78

The Water Operations Manager is responsible for coordinating, planning, and directing the District's Water Operations Department on a daily basis, ensuring that programs and projects are performed in accordance with District standards and state/federal regulations. The Manager also supervises and evaluates the performance of employees within the Water Operations Department.

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? Need more information? Visit our website at www.lakehaven.org for the position description and employment application.

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, by 2/22/19 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 Manager.

 


Water & Sewer Utilities- Engineer

Mission Support Alliance
Posted January 15, 2019


WATER & SEWER UTILITIES - ENGINEER
MISSION SUPPORT ALLIANCE (MSA)
TITLE: ELECTRICAL ENGINEER
DEPARTMENT: WATER & SEWER UTILITIES ENGINEERING
JOB #: 31489
JOB CLOSES: FEBRUARY 3, 2019
RELOCATION: YES
SCHEDULE: MONDAY-THURSDAY, 6:00AM– 4:30PM
LOCATION: RICHLAND, WA

This position will provide technical direction to the MSA Water and Sewer Utilities Engineering Department. Bachelors in Electrical Engineering plus seven years of engineering experience required. Understanding of the National Electrical Code (NEC) and utility experience preferred.
FOR COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION AND TO APPLY:
https://bms.hanford.gov/HRISJP/JobDetail.aspx?BU=MSC&ID=31489&PT=E
The posting closes 2/3/19



Utility Worker

City of Pomeroy
Posted January 15, 2019

The City of Pomeroy has an opening for a full-time utility worker. Applications are available at City Hall from 9 am to 4:30 daily. Candidates would have enhanced qualifications for the position if they have or are able to obtain a Class B CDL. Having a State water or waste water certificate would also be a plus. Candidates are subject to an initial drug and alcohol screening and must possess a valid Washington drivers’ license. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and capable of lifting 50 pounds.

Applications will be accepted until filled. Please pick up applications at City Hall, N. 80-7th Street. The City of Pomeroy is an EEO/AA employer.


Water Circuit Rider

Idaho Rural Water
Posted January 7, 2019

Purpose of Position
Protect the nation’s multi-billion dollar investment in rural and small municipal drinking water systems by providing on-site technical assistance that assures cost-effective operations and adequate income for both operations and debt service within each state/jurisdiction.

Employment Requirements
• Multi-year employment required (no less than 5 years experience) in working for, operating, maintaining or managing a rural / community water system.
• Technical knowledge of operating, maintaining, and managing a drinking water system.
• An understanding of basic budgeting and finance issues facing drinking water systems and program management.
• Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing, with operation specialists, decision makers, regulatory agencies and other professionals.
• Ability to identify, locate and explain drinking water problems to field personnel and decision makers.
• Knowledge and understanding of regulations, monitoring and reporting requirements.
• Self-motivated with the ability to work independently to complete projects on time without daily supervision.
• Ability to prioritize requests to ensure those requests with serious health or economic problems are resolved first.
• Willingness to travel extensively. At least two trips out of state annually.
• Written approval of the NRWA Administrator prior to employment.
• No less than Level II water distribution and/or water treatment licensure in good standing is preferred.

Send resume to sroberts@idahoruralwater.com
CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION


Journey Electric Lineman

City of Milton
Posted January 7, 2019

Pay range 23 - $6,275-$7,629 monthly DOE

GENERAL PURPOSE

This full-time, non-exempt journey lineman position is responsible for a variety of routine and complex administrative, skilled, technical work in operating, maintaining and repairing overhead and underground electrical distribution systems.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Reconstruct, maintain, install, remove, move, and repair overhead and underground electrical systems, facilities and equipment; frame, erect, remove poles; set anchors and guys; install, remove and repair crossarms, insulators, transformers, switches, controlling devices and other electrical equipment; string wire and cable for distribution system.
• Plan maintenance projects, procure necessary materials, assign staff to tasks and carry out line maintenance projects
• Analyze and recommend improvements to existing facilities, equipment and operating systems
• Schedule replacement of poles, crossarms and other electrical services
• Test, calibrate and adjust various controls or meters used in the electrical system
• Dig holes and trenches, set poles, test systems and equipment
• Performs work daily on both energized and de-energized lines
• Participate in flagging and traffic control
• Install services and meters on customer premises.
• Grass, weed, shrub, brush and tree trimming and cutting with both hand and power tools.
• Patrol lines and report problems.
• Perform pole top and bucket rescue in emergency situations.
• Drive and operate heavy and light equipment and vehicles including digger derricks, aerial lift devices, backhoes, and underground fault and locating equipment; operate and work with various tools. Operate trucks and the attached equipment such as power diggers, winches or cranes.
• Maintain safety practices and procedures, including proper use of safety equipment, recognition and report of potential and actual safety problems involving City facilities and equipment; visual inspection of assigned vehicle prior to daily operation. Report all
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required maintenance to Fleets Division as soon as possible after observation. Observe all motor vehicle laws and assure the safe operation of City vehicles. Attend Defensive Driving training sponsored by the City. • Review developer and homeowner plans for new construction and modification projects for light service design and extensions.
• Perform after-hours duties as required; respond to emergency call-outs at all hours; and may be required to work overtime.
• Perform all the work of a journey line worker, as required or assigned. Assume duties of the Crew Lead and/or Supervisor on a temporary basis, as necessary.
• Respond to customer complaints and service requests.
• May serve as a member of various employee committees.
• Evaluate Apprentice progress and abilities, if applicable.
CLICK HERE FOR FULL JOB DESCRIPTION AND DUTIES


Telecom Service Technician II-Splicer

Kitsap Public Utility District
Posted December 13, 2018

Job Type : Full-Time
Pay Range : $23.75 - $29.90 per hour DOE
Location : Poulsbo, WA Monday - Friday, varying hours between 7:30 am - 4 pm

Job Summary: The Fiber Optic Cable Splicer plays a vital role in ensuring quality and timely deliveries of our fiber services along with additional services to customers. A successful Splicer is skilled in fiber optic splicing with an understanding in engineering and splicing drawings. The person filling this position will have project management skills, ability to work independently, knowledge of construction practices for outside plant fiber placement, sufficient experience with computers, and have a background in fiber optic splicing documentation practices.
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION


Telecom Service Technician II

Kitsap Public Utility District
Posted December 13, 2018

Job Type : Full-Time
Pay Range : $20.33 - $28.06 per hour DOE
Location : Poulsbo, WA Monday - Friday, varying hours between 7:30 am - 4 pm

Job Summary: The Telecom department of Kitsap Public Utility District is rapidly expanding and is in need of an experienced Telecom Technician for expansion of the fiber optic network. A successful Telecom Technician has expert problem-solving skills, works well under pressure and enjoys challenges and working with their hands. The Telecom team operates in a rapidly growing environment that requires the person filling this position to be flexible and adaptable to the changing needs of the team.
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION


Water Distribution Manager Apprentice

Kitsap Public Utility District
Posted December 13, 2018

COMPENSATION:
Apprentice starting wage $17.05 - 25.01 (depending on experience & certifications)
Journeyman wage ranges from $23.75 - 32.78
WA State Retirement & Deferred Comp with matching, Medical & Dental, PTO & Holiday pay

SCHEDULE:
Mon-Fri: 7:30AM - 4:00PM
Periodic night, weekend and on-call overtime

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
18 years of age and High School Diploma or GED
Ability to obtain a WDM certification within 1 year of hire
Possession of a valid Washington State Driver's License, auto insurance with a satifactory driving record
Applicants must pass a background check and drug test screening

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Ensure safe and adequate drinking water is delivered to District's customers by performing routine water system checks, monitoring water quality, and responding to customer inquiries.
Identify operation and maintenance deficiencies and make repairs as needed.
Perform various maintenance activities with limited supervision.
Climb elevated storage tanks and enter confined spaces.
Read, repair and replace water meters.
Operate vehicles and small power equipment including generators, cutoff saws, lawn mowers, weed eaters, etc.
Use computer equipment and related software including, but not limed to PC, iPad, Excel, Word, Outlook, etc.
Perform related work as required by supervisor.
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Public Works Journeyman

City of Carnation
Posted December 13, 2018

Compensation: $23.41-$25.32/hour, DOE
Hours: Full-Time, Monday - Friday
Deadline: Open until filled, Next Review January 7, 2018

Position Objectives
Performs a variety of semi-skilled maintenance work, and operates a variety of equipment in the construction, operation, repair, maintenance, and replacement of City water, street, and storm drainage facilities and systems.
Duties and Responsibilities
Inspects and/or repairs chlorine machine, booster pumping stations, reservoir, meters, streets, and drainage systems and sewer system at frequent intervals to ensure that all aspects of the systems are functioning properly.

Maintains a variety of records relating to inspections, maintenance activity, water supply, consumption, etc.

Determines the locations of gas, telephone, power, television, water, storm water, sewer and utility lines from the appropriate sources prior to excavation.

Responds to complaints regarding water and sewer systems; evaluates situation; locate the problem and solve the issue.

Contacts residents and business owners in area where services will be discontinued and explains when services will be shut off and how soon it will be turned back on.

Insures the proper maintenance of equipment and tools by cleaning and checking equipment and tools after use.

Drives trucks of various sizes and weights in the loading, hauling and unloading of various equipment, gravel and sand.

Performs routine inspection and preventive maintenance on assigned equipment and refers defects or needed repairs to supervisor; cleans equipment.

Operates a variety of power construction and maintenance equipment, including light and medium‑sized construction and power equipment.

Performs all duties in conformance to appropriate safety and security standards.

Performs required labor involved in construction and maintenance projects as part of a crew, including pavement cutting, ditch digging, manhole and line cleaning, main and pipe repair, laying and backfilling.

Cuts, fits, lays, repairs, taps, cleans and flushes water mains, pipe, gates and fittings on repair of mains and services and installation of services, fire hydrants and drinking fountains; assists in teaching crew members how to shut off broken sections of water/sewer mains.

Services all aspects of the water supply system.
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Public Works Director

City of Gold Bar
Posted November 9, 2018

Employer: City of Gold Bar
Location: Gold Bar, Snohomish County, WA
Job Category: Public Works
Employment Type: Full Time, Salaried
Salary and Benefits: $60,000 - $67,200 beginning annual salary, DOE; full benefits
Start Date: February 1, 2019

Position Open Until Filled

Job Summary:
Under direction of the Mayor of Gold Bar, the Public Works Director is responsible for the administration, maintenance, and operation of the City’s water system; streets; parks; storm water facilities; building and land use; and general maintenance.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Direct and supervise water and maintenance employees in the day-to-day activities of Streets, Storm Water, Parks, and Water systems and other job duties as required.
• Plan and prioritize maintenance to address deficiencies, preventative maintenance, and safety hazards.
• Responsible for building inspections, plan review, land use applications, critical areas, code enforcement, shoreline management, and compliance with all applicable federal, state, county, and local regulations related to building, planning, and development.
• Responsible for the development, review, amendments, and compliance with state, county, and local regulations for comprehensive plans, shoreline management plans, water comprehensive plans, critical areas regulations, and other such developmental or growth management plans as required.
• Responsible for all tasks, requirements, compliance, and regulations associated with the operating of the City’s water system.
• Work with the hearing examiner; federal, state, county, and local agencies; contractors; consultants; auditors; and other entities as required.
• Work with federal, state, county, and local agencies for grant development, applications, monitoring, and adherence to grant requirements.
• Work with federal, state, county, and local agencies on capital projects, including the development and implementation of goals, objectives, policies, and priorities for capital projects.
• Obtain and hold such certifications as required such as a commercial driver’s license.
• Ability to work with the general public, including handling complaints and inquiries in a professional manner.
• Ability to respond to, and deal with, emergencies.
• Knowledge of budgets, including the ability to work with the City Treasurer in the creation of budgets, monitoring of expenditures, and the ability to work within a budget.
• Responsible for attending Council meetings two evenings a month or more frequently if required, and for updating and reporting to the Mayor and Council.
• Maintain records that meet the State’s record retention policies and audit requirements.
• Inspect work of employees, crews and contractors to assure quality standards and safety procedures are met.
• Supervise specific staff including establishing work rules and performance standards, monitoring training needs, performing annual evaluations, and monitoring adherence to the City’s Personnel Manual.
• Knowledge of the Public Records Act and public records requirements.

Skills and Abilities (preferred or able to easily learn in a timely manner):
• Computer skills including word processing, email functions, Excel, and the ability to easily learn specific software programs related to job duties, such as water systems.
• Operation and maintenance of equipment.
• Skills in supervision.
• Skills in operating within a budget.
• Multitasking.
• Organizational skills.
• Ability to work with the general public and staff in professional and courteous manner.
• Understanding of local government.
• Punctuality and reliability

Required Qualifications:
• High School graduate or GED.
• Minimum of five (5) years relevant experience.
• Valid driver’s license.
• Washington State Water Distribution Manager II.
• Commercial Driver’s License or ability to obtain one within six (6) months of hire date.
• Flagging Certification or ability to obtain one within six (6) months of hire date.
• Trench Certification or ability to obtain one within six (6) months of hire date.
• Computer skills.

Working Conditions:
Work is conducted in both an office and a field environment. The job functions require the ability to safely move about on construction or maintenance sites under inclement weather at any hour of day or night, and may require walking on uneven, rocky, or rough ground. Such physical exposure may require the ability to reach, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. Physical hazards include exposure to traffic, heavy equipment, noise, dust, and debris. Job functions also require the ability to sit at a desk and/or in front of a computer screen.

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.

The City of Gold Bar is an equal employment opportunity employer. The City employs, retains, promotes, disciplines, and otherwise treats all employees and job applicants strictly on the basis of job-related qualifications and competence. These policies and all employment practices shall be applied without regard to any individual’s gender, race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sexual orientation (including gender identity), pregnancy, age, marital status, military status, disability, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law.

This job description in no way implies that these are the only duties to be performed. The employee occupying the position will be required to follow any other job-related instructions and to perform any other job-related duties requested by the Mayor.

This job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the City and the employee, once hired, and is subject to change as the needs of the City and requirements of the job change.

For questions or to apply:

Contact Office Manager Denise Beaston with questions, or to request an application. Submit the application along with a letter of interest and resume, including references, to Ms. Beaston.

Contact Information:
Gold Bar City Hall
107 5th St.
Gold Bar, WA 98251
Phone: 360-793-1101
Fax: 360-793-2282
Office Manager Email: d.beaston@cityofgoldbar.us


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Physical Address: 11840 North US Highway 101 Shelton, WA 98584
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Fax (360) 462.9289
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