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Date Posted:  May 23, 2018

Employer:  
City of Akron

Job Title:  Water Protection Specialist I

Job Opening Description: This is entry level environmental monitoring, conservation, and public relations work on City watershed properties. An employee in this class patrols watershed properties in order to protect and preserve lands, waters and facilities, and to promote and ensure their safe and proper use. Works under the general supervision of the Water Protection Supervisor with considerable independence in carrying out duties and responsibilities

Required Credentials: Graduation from an accredited college or university with an associate's degree with coursework in natural resources, environmental science or a closely related field and a minimum of one year of paid experience in conservation, forestry, land management, environmental protection or related work. College coursework may be substituted with experience in conservation, forestry, land management or environmental protection work on a year for year basis. Possession of a valid State of Ohio driver's license. Knowledge of natural resource preservation. Some knowledge of water quality management and techniques used in monitoring and securing property. Some knowledge of public safety principles and procedures. Some knowledge of boating safety and operation. Some knowledge of Ohio wildlife, fish and game, and watercraft laws. Ability to deter incidents by promoting cooperation through courteous, calm and professional contact with the public. Ability to read and interpret various documents including regulations, codes, and maps. Ability to write clear, precise and detailed reports. Ability to communicate with others orally and in writing. Ability to think and act quickly and appropriately in emergencies. Ability to operate small watercraft and to swim. Ability to see objects clearly which are more than 20 feet away. Ability to read and interpret gauges, meters, and other measurement devices. Ability to use a computer for research, data entry, and data compilation. Ability to walk on uneven ground. Ability to safely operate a motor vehicle.

How to Apply: Online at this link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/akron


Date Posted:  May 23, 2018

Employer:  
City of Wilmington WTP

Job Title:  Source Water Protection Coordinator

Job Opening Description: The Source Water Protection Coordinator is responsible for planning and performing source water protection activities in the Caesar Creek and Cowan Creek watersheds. Organizes source water protection activities; determines long-term and short-term goals; coordinates efforts with other City staff as necessary. Coordinates water protection programs with other governmental agencies, watershed groups, and farming and business groups by forging watershed partnerships. Makes contact with individual property owners to encourage the implementation of best practices that protect and improve water quality. Collects raw water samples at locations throughout the City's watershed areas. Creates and implements program to monitor water quality changes. Investigates potential pollution sources and collects samples as necessary; Contacts enforcement agencies such as local health department, ODNR and EPA when situation dictates. Creates, develops, and implements public education and outreach programs. Develops system to track accomplishments in the source water protection program, and implements such system. Meets frequently with the Water Department Superintendent to discuss current and future activities and goals. Seeks information on grant funds available for source water protection. Learns about latest research and technologies related with source water protection and determines how it may be useful in the City’s program

Required Credentials: Possess Associate’s Degree (minimum) with coursework in natural resources, environmental science or a closely related field and/or 2 years’ pertinent employment experience in water resources field with a high school diploma.. Applicant must pass the written examination, drug and alcohol screening, background investigation, and physical examination under the auspices of the Wilmington Civil Service Commission. Must have significant computer and computer software aptitude

How to Apply: Applications and full job descriptions are available in the Human Resources Department, City of Wilmington, Municipal Building, 69 N. South Street, Room 252, Wilmington, Ohio 45177. Applicationas are also available at https://wilmingtonoh.org/download/Human%20Resources/Employment%20Opportunities/Application.pdf After completing the application, return it to the above address on or before 3pm, Wednesday, June 13, 2018. Place of Examination: The written test will take place promptly at 5pm, Wednesday, June 20, 2018. In the Community room located in the Wilmington Municipal Building, 69 N. South Street (first floor), Wilmington, Ohio. Applicants will not be admitted after the examination begins


Date Posted:  May 21, 2018

Employer:  
City of Columbus Department of Public Utilities

Job Title:  Lamp Servicer Exam

Job Opening Description: CITY OF COLUMBUS Lamp Servicer Exam The Department of Public Utilities is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Lamp Servicer. To apply, one must first take the open-competitive examination. Applications may be submitted to the Civil Service Commission by applying online at www.csc.columbus.gov by 6/1/2018. Applicant tracking is now managed by NEOGOV. If you have submitted a profile in the past, you will have to submit a new one through NEOGOV. This position will be responsible for maintaining street lighting systems for the Division of Power. To qualify you must have one year of experience working with energized electrical lines or equipment. Substitution(s): Successful completion of a formal training program in the general principles of electricity or power distribution may substitute for the required experience. Possession of a valid driver’s license is required; by the end of probationary period, must possess a valid Class A CDL with air brake endorsement. Salary: $42,640 - $63,065.60. Please contact the Civil Service Commission at 614-645-8300 with questions. EOE.

Required Credentials: To qualify you must have one year of experience working with energized electrical lines or equipment. Substitution(s): Successful completion of a formal training program in the general principles of electricity or power distribution may substitute for the required experience

How to Apply: To apply, one must first take the open-competitive examination. Applications may be submitted to the Civil Service Commission by applying online at www.csc.columbus.gov by 6/1/2018. Applicant tracking is now managed by NEOGOV. If you have submitted a profile in the past, you will have to submit a new one through NEOGOV


Date Posted:  May 18, 2018

Employer:  
Sanitary Engineering

Job Title:  Waste Water Treatment Plant Operator

Job Opening Description: Checks and monitors equipment for lubrication level and proper operation/functioning; makes manual adjustments to motors, pumps and chemical feed system; checks all electrical control panels and other equipment (e.g., oilers, calibration meters, amp meters, totalizers); performs maintenance on drains; inspects and cleans all plant process equipment and tanks; checks, reads and records data on disinfection equipment and makes necessary adjustments to maintain acceptable effluent quality; participates in special Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) project monitoring (e.g., in-depth monitoring and sampling lasting from 24-hours to two weeks); gathers emergency samples of wastewater with an unknown origin and maintains chain of custody; performs and documents test results from samples collected throughout the process (e.g., suspended solids (SS), pH, turbidity, temperature, dissolved oxygen (D.O.), blankets and clarity checks) for OEPA compliance; collects samples of effluent at receiving stream for testing as needed; operates and monitors computer controls for proper plant operation, starting and stopping equipment and monitoring flows; gathers and records plant data to monitor for permit compliance (e.g., daily sheets indicating flow, equipment oil levels, sludge pumped and hauled, disinfection processes); maintains and operates in-line recording devices; maintains operation of equipment (e.g., cyclone degritter, electric bar screens, conveyor, and hydrosieves) used in the removal of grit, rags, grease and other foreign materials from the raw wastewater; manually cleans bar screens during machine failures; advises Supervisor of any problems with equipment or process controls (e.g., blower motor stoppage, high influent flows); monitors plant for adherence to safety practices and removes possible hazards (e.g., oil/water on floor, grease/water on hand railings); monitors emergency power generator during power outages by following strict written instruction. Maintains a professional manner when interacting with both internal and external customers. Complies with workplace health and safety standards: wears required personal protective equipment; promptly report unsafe conditions; complies with all departmental, county, state federal policies/procedures/regulations and laws. Performs preventative maintenance on pumps, blowers and plant equipment; assists with manually cleaning valves, escalators and lines; visually and audibly monitors blowers and pumps; performs general cleaning of plant buildings and equipment; removes ice and snow from sidewalks, aeration and clarifiers as needed; assists with grounds keeping and painting. Addresses emergency situations by responding to alarms and emergency call outs; carries cell phone; acts as duty operator; meets requirements for back-up Operator of Record (OR) when necessary. Operates valves and switches on pumps to transfer sludge in digesters to maintain consistent sludge age; operates sludge stabilization facility. Maintains all logs and reports pertaining to the current Section 3745-7-09 of the Ohio Administrative Code (OAC); conducts or assists with tours of facilities for civic, school or professional groups. Performs other duties of a similar nature or level as assigned.

Required Credentials: High School Diploma or General Equivalency Diploma (G.E.D.), or completion of a vocational training program in the field of application; Ohio Class I Wastewater Certification; valid Ohio Driver's License; and/or, any equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above

How to Apply: Online at this link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/greeneoh


Date Posted:  May 18, 2018

Employer:  
Sanitary Engineering

Job Title:  Customer Service Worker 2

Job Opening Description: Cleans and examines the mechanism and chambers of water meters; repairs or replaces worn or damaged parts; raises and lowers meter pits and curb stop boxes to desired level; cleans meter pits and curb boxes; inspects leaks and determines if it is a water main or service line leak and takes appropriate repair action; repairs meters and meter yoke assemblies, thaws frozen water lines and meters; freezes service lines with water line freezing equipment; monitors water meter operation and plumbing inside meter pits; repairs and/or restores damage to customer's property as needed; reports any problems to supervisor; installs meter assemblies on well lines for sewer metered billing; installs irrigation meter assemblies for measuring water used for watering lawns; installs whole house filters for removing iron and manganese in homeowner house lines; rearranges water lines and solders various types of fittings if needed; installs pressure reducing valves to regulate pressure in the water system; maintains accurate records of inventory for meters, tools and water line materials. Maintains a professional manner when interacting with both internal and external customers. Complies with workplace health and safety standards: wears required personal protective equipment; promptly report unsafe conditions; complies with all departmental, county, state federal policies/procedures/regulations and laws. Conducts service calls to determine final water meter readings for customers; researches customer history for service calls; receives complaints from customers (e.g., water quality, pressure, discoloration, taste and odor, high water usage, etc.); passes out literature pertaining to boil order notices, shut off notices, high water usage, interruption of service and flushing of hydrants; checks for leaks in service lines by using electronic detecting device; performs water meter shut-offs for customer non-payment and/relocation. Provides customer service calls to install, remove, repair and replace water meters for the County water system; reads meter dials and maintains accurate records of customers' water usage and meter inventory; completes service work orders and data logging usage over time; researches back history for service calls; reports unusual readings or conditions to supervisor; participates in backflow and cross connection control program; collects samples for copper and lead program; operates vehicles and equipment in performance of work duties; assists with snow removal as needed. Performs others duties of a similar nature or level as assigned

Required Credentials: High School Diploma or General Equivalency Diploma (G.E.D.), valid Ohio Driver's License; and/or any equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above

How to Apply: Online at this link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/greeneoh


Date Posted:  May 18, 2018

Employer:  
Sanitary Engineering

Job Title:  Director

Job Opening Description: Interacts with general public, Division employees & County officials by receiving & answering inquiries & resolving complaints: represents the Department at meetings, hearings, etc., presides over auxiliary or advisory committees & boards; participates in training programs & seminars to maintain professional status on new engineering & management techniques. Researches, surveys, analyzes information, materials & programs to provide technical information & advise in Office of Sanitary Engineering decision making: develops new policies & programs; plans, organizes, develops, controls, budgets, promotes, reviews & evaluates all Sanitary Engineering goals & objectives to insure compliance with county, state & federal guidelines. Plans & develops internal & external communication programs & techniques designed to promote & improve public awareness & understanding of departmental goals & objectives: maintains accurate records of Department functions/projects for future reference. Supervises subordinate personnel: recommends hiring, removal &disciplinary action, approves leave requests; evaluates, personally or through subordinate managerial personnel, all personnel involved with the implementation of Department goals & objectives; evaluates managerial personnel to determine efficiency of overall operations. Collates & assesses Department needs & submits an annual budget projecting revenues & expenditures: develops, maintains & updates 5-year capital improvement plan.

Required Credentials: Completion of undergraduate core program in business or public administration or closely related area; certifications and/or licenses as related to the assigned area; 10 yrs. exp. in business or public administration; 5 years progressively responsible managerial experience, including 2 years of senior managerial responsibilities related to the assigned area/programs; -Or equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications For Employment noted above. Licensing Requirements: Advanced Licenses (Class III or IV) in Waste Water and/or Water Treatment. Valid Ohio Driver's License

How to Apply: Online at this link: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/greeneoh


Date Posted:  May 17, 2018

Employer:  
American Water

Job Title:  SCA Maintenance Trades Helpers (Requisition #83063) Wright-Patterson AFB

Job Opening Description: Seeking 3 MTHs - Under the direction of the Operations Supervisor performs technical work in the maintenance and repair of systems and equipment in Water/Wastewater Systems, operates equipment in the repair and maintenance of water and wastewater systems, and performs general duties assigned by project management. Key Accountabilities: • Performs repairs, preventive and corrective maintenance on plant process equipment including: pumps, fire hydrants, valves, water tanks, chemical feed equipment, motors, electrical controls, and related components. • Cleans and maintains wet wells and other pump station grounds, facilities and related equipment. Performs scheduled and unscheduled maintenance and repairs as needed. • Performs routine inspections of water wells, pump stations, lift stations and storage tanks, recording operational data in logs at direction of operator. Participates in repairs to water and sewer mains and services. • Responds to emergency operational situations during off-duty hours, rotating on-call duties with supervisor or other designated employees. • Follows Company’s Environmental, Health, and Safety Policies

Required Credentials: • Must possess a valid, active state driver’s license. • Prefer (but not required) water and/or wastewater license

How to Apply: Online at this link: https://tinyurl.com/y8ms538p


Date Posted:  May 17, 2018

Employer:  
American Water

Job Title:  SCA General Maintenance Workers (Requisition #83065) Wright-Patterson AFB

Job Opening Description: Seeking 6 GMWs - This position performs technical work in the maintenance and repair of water/wastewater systems. This position also assists in the Operations of the Water/Wastewater Treatment plants on an as needed basis. Annual average of time this position works in Repair & Maintenance versus Operations is as follows: 90% Repair & Maintenance and 10% Operations. Position may require some overtime, weekend, and holiday work as well as On-Call responsibility. Key Accountabilities: • Performs repairs, preventive and corrective maintenance on water distribution systems, valves, hydrants, meters and mains and on wastewater collection systems, mains, manholes, clean outs etc., process equipment including; pumps, blowers, motors and maintains pumps, electrical controls, emergency signaling and related components. Cleans and maintains wet wells, lift stations, grounds, facilities and related equipment. • Prepares orders for maintenance materials, supplies, spare parts and equipment. • Makes equipment adjustments, and reports any serious equipment problems. • Maintains computerized and manual records and prepares reports pertaining to the operation of the water distribution & collection systems, reviews daily work orders, completes daily reports, and makes changes as required to meet operating requirements

Required Credentials: • The position requires demonstrated experience and possession of a current state water operator license • Must possess a valid, active state driver’s license, CDL preferred

How to Apply: Online at this link: https://tinyurl.com/ycla8kza


Date Posted:  May 17, 2018

Employer:  
American Water

Job Title:  SCA Water Supply Operators (Requisition #83064) Wright-Patterson AFB

Job Opening Description: Seeking 6 Operators total - Independently operate, maintain, repair and inspect water treatment systems at treatment plant, wells and similar work in the water distribution system (pump stations, storage tanks, fire hydrants, etc.). Includes the collection of water samples per state regulations, recording data and preparing regulatory reports, adjusting chemical feed rates, and other similar duties. Position will also be required to assist with the wastewater collection system on a periodic basis, and participate in water and sewer main and service repairs. Key Accountabilities: • Operates water system (wells, chemical feed systems, storage tank levels, filters, clear wells, control systems, etc.) to provide compliance with applicable state and federal regulations. Collects and analyzes samples required for compliance and process control. • Performs maintenance of the water systems. • Perform assigned general housekeeping duties. Maintains and calibrates hand-held and on-line monitoring equipment and treatment equipment as required. • Follows Company’s Environmental, Health, and Safety Policies, and report unsafe conditions

Required Credentials: • The position requires demonstrated experience and possession of a current OH Class 2 Supply and/or Distribution water operator license. • Must possess a valid, active state driver’s license, CDL preferred

How to Apply: Online at this link: https://tinyurl.com/yckw386z


Date Posted:  May 17, 2018

Employer:  
American Water

Job Title:  SCA Maintenance Electrician (Requisition #83069) Wright-Patterson AFB

Job Opening Description: Provide general direction and oversight of electrical plans during planning and development of new or renovated plant and lift station projects. Performs other related functions and duties, as assigned or as they become apparent and necessary. This position is required to carry out tasks with a minimum of directions. The person must demonstrate a high level of self-motivation and ability to complete jobs. Key Accountabilities: • Responsible for all project electrical work , including but not limited to, installation, repair, and maintenance of electrical equipment, lighting, outlets, switches, wiring motors, motor controls, instrumentation installation and troubleshooting, SCADA system hardware maintenance, start-up testing, control panel maintenance, and power tools. • Effective and respectful communication and interactions with other employees, supervisors, individuals from other organizations, and citizen customers. Coordinates and communicates with project personnel as well as other outside entities to ensure operational reliability and environmental compliance. • Capable of conducting duties in a safe, efficient manner that will insure safety to themselves, co-workers and the public. Follows Company’s Environmental, Health, and Safety Policies. Reports unsafe conditions

Required Credentials: • High School diploma, GED, or experience in related field. • 3-5 years as an electrician working with 480-volt electrical systems • Possess and maintain a valid Driver’s License • Certification as a licensed electrician desired, but not required as equivalent experience and training can be substituted

How to Apply: Online at this link: https://tinyurl.com/ycjudx5k


Date Posted:  May 17, 2018

Employer:  
American Water

Job Title:  Operations Supervisor-Water Treatment (Requisition #83044) Wright-Patterson AFB

Job Opening Description: Responsible for all activities involving the operations and maintenance of the water treatment, distribution, and wastewater collection facilities. Supervisory responsibilities for water treatment plants, wastewater collection system and all operators. Develops processes for daily staff work functions, oversees collection and use of operational and maintenance information. Leads implementation of Health and safety program. Demonstrates visible “leadership by example” utilizing participative management involving employees and teamwork whenever possible. Interacts with subordinates, superiors, other agencies, and customers to facilitate smooth system function.

Required Credentials: • Possession of Ohio Class 2 Water Supply license or higher. • Must possess a valid state driver’s license • Graduation from an accredited college or university with a degree in sanitary, chemical, civil, electrical or mechanical engineering, public or business administration or other equivalent degree: and four (4) years of water/wastewater treatment management experience. Additional qualifying experience may be substituted for the degree on a year for year basis. • Minimum of 10 years in water/wastewater industry • Minimum of 5 years supervisory/management experience

How to Apply: Online at this link: https://tinyurl.com/ya4hxdtq


Date Posted:  May 17, 2018

Employer:  
American Water

Job Title:  Operations Supervisor-Distribution & Collections (Requisition #83043) Wright-Patterson AFB

Job Opening Description: Responsible for all activities involving the operations and maintenance of the water treatment, distribution, and wastewater collection facilities. Supervisory responsibilities for water treatment plants, wastewater collection system and all operators. Develops processes for daily staff work functions, oversees collection and use of operational and maintenance information. Leads implementation of Health and safety program. Demonstrates visible “leadership by example” utilizing participative management involving employees and teamwork whenever possible. Interacts with subordinates, superiors, other agencies, and customers to facilitate smooth system function

Required Credentials: • Possession of Ohio Class 1 Distribution or higher. • Must possess a valid state driver’s license. • Graduation from an accredited college or university with a degree in sanitary, chemical, civil, electrical or mechanical engineering, public or business administration or other equivalent degree: and four (4) years of water/wastewater treatment management experience. Additional qualifying experience may be substituted for the degree on a year for year basis. • Minimum of 10 years in water/wastewater industry • Minimum of 5 years supervisory/management experience

How to Apply: Online at this link: https://tinyurl.com/y988y8r6


Date Posted:  May 17, 2018

Employer:  
American Water

Job Title:  Environmental, Health & Safety Manager (Requisition #83066) Wright-Patterson AFB

Job Opening Description: Responsible for managing, auditing and ensuring compliance with all federal, state and local regulations, all environmental, health and safety regulations and requirements, and all operational and maintenance processes. Responsible for managing and implementing quality and compliance programs for all facets of the facility’s operations. Key Accountabilities: • Participates in review and evaluation of staff performance related to environmental, health & safety and water operations. Supports the General Manager in hiring and disciplinary actions in accordance with company policies. • Develop, document, provide training and manage the implementation of the Company’s Environmental, Health and Safety Policies. Manage, audit and document the compliance with facility’s Local Organized Arrangement Document, utilization of and execution of the Corrective Action Tracking Form, as well as all site Environmental Plans. • Develop, document, provide training and manage the implementation of the facility’s Operation and Maintenance Plans, Programs and SOPs. Perform audits, document compliance with these plans and programs, and provide monthly reports on the same

Required Credentials: • Graduation from an accredited college or university with a degree in environmental engineering, chemistry, biology environmental policy, occupational health, environmental science, or other related field. Additional qualifying experience or training may be substituted for the degree on a year for year basis. • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in water/wastewater industry. • Minimum of 4 years’ experience in compliance for environmental, health and safety programs, preference in water and wastewater industry. • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in the oversight and administration of quality compliance and control programs in the water/wastewater industry. • ASP or CSP preferred. • Industry related EH&S certifications, water and/or wastewater license an advantage. • Must possess a valid state driver’s license.

How to Apply: Online at this link: https://tinyurl.com/y7onkdmm


Date Posted:  May 17, 2018

Employer:  
American Water

Job Title:  SCA Base Administrative Assistant (Requisition #83067)

Job Opening Description: Responsible for performing, administrative and operational support to the General Manager and staff, maintaining a close and highly responsive relationship for day-to-day activities of supervisor and staff. Work fairly independently, receiving a minimum of detailed supervision and guidance, and taking responsibility for completing certain programs/activities. Key Accountabilities: • Provides confidential and administrative support for General Manager and staff. Anticipates and arranges, participates in, and implements conferences and meetings. • Prepares financial, statistical, narrative, and/or other reports as requested. Responsible for monitoring expenditures to budget according to company guidelines with the General Manager overseeing the Budget. • Responsible for the Purchase Order System and providing administrative support for the procurement of materials. • Completes bi-weekly time sheets and submission to payroll (for all full-time and temporary employees). • Coordinates routine activities and communications with DPW, Government Contractors and others as directed. Handles telephone requests and communicates to field personnel

Required Credentials: Any combination equivalent to: graduation from high school or GED, and five (5) plus year’s secretarial or administrative experience, and performance of duties at a responsible level, Formal secretarial training or degree in Secretary Science and/or CPS designation desired.

How to Apply: Online at this link: https://tinyurl.com/y7ypm5cr


Date Posted:  May 17, 2018

Employer:  
American Water

Job Title:  Sr. Engineer (Requisition #83047)

Job Opening Description: As a senior staff professional within the American Water Military Services Group Engineering function, this position is responsible for the development and management of engineering projects or assignments in the field of water resources management. This includes all aspects of public water supply systems and wastewater collection & treatment systems including asset management, capital planning, engineering design, project and construction management, business development, and issues relating to operations & maintenance. Projects or assignments fall within the following general categories: 1. Asset/Capital Planning - water/wastewater system planning and analysis in order to recommend projects or other approaches to address system needs. Develop and administer capital budgets (detailed annual plan & 5 year forecast) including selection and prioritization of projects or programs that best meet identified needs. System analysis efforts range from hydraulic modeling and capacity determinations/recommendations to topic specific or comprehensive system master planning in any or all of the following areas: source of supply, treatment, residuals handling, storage, pumping, water distribution, wastewater collection, automation & controls, regionalization, regulatory compliance, operational reliability and efficiency. 2. Project Delivery - Managing all activities concerned with the delivery of multiple capital investment projects from inception to completion. This includes project budgeting and administration within an established capital investment management process, management or self performance of project delivery tasks including preliminary engineering, detailed design, permitting, procurement, construction management, field inspection, testing, turnover and project closeout. 3. Technical Services – Developing and implementing technical standards applicable to the asset base of American Water. Serve as a technical expert and resource in area of engineering discipline. Support project delivery efforts through interpreting and determining asset & operational requirements, organizing and executing detailed engineering design tasks, administering project specific permitting tasks, providing technical support and operator training during construction & commissioning. Assignments include self performed design and engineering analysis tasks & management of external consulting engineers performing similar tasks. 4. Operations & Maintenance Support - Engineering studies and/or troubleshooting related to water/wastewater operations and maintenance concerns, project or program management for maintenance of engineered assets (storage tanks, reservoirs, dams, etc.) or event management support related to unplanned occurrences (droughts, storms, floods, power outage, asset failures, etc.). 5. Business Development – Working as part of a business development team, assist in the pursuit of new business and growth opportunities. Tasks include performing due diligence, preparation of technical and cost proposals, and execution of engineering services for successful proposals.

Required Credentials: • Engineering experience in water and wastewater industry. 7 to 10 years minimum experience. • Bachelor’s Degree in Civil, Environmental or Mechanical or related field. Master’s degree or advanced study in field of specialty preferred.

How to Apply: Online at this link: https://tinyurl.com/y9sbhoph


Date Posted:  May 17, 2018

Employer:  
American Water

Job Title:  Capital Projects Manager (Requisition #83045)

Job Opening Description: Function as the local liaison for all activities related to the capital investment program. Provide overall guidance and support, and assure that all deliverables are submitted timely, accurately, and in accordance with all company policies and practices. Key Accountabilities: • Manage multiple projects and perform varied engineering assignments associated with capital planning, design or construction. • Efficient management of sub-contractors including negotiations of sub-contract agreements; delivery of projects on time and within pre-established budgets. Supervise field and contract personnel to ensure timely completion of assignments, within budget and adherence to standards. • Assist in the preparation of technical, bidding and contractual documents associated with delivery of capital investment projects. • Establish project budget and cost. Monitor and manage budgets and schedules for medium to small Capital Investment Projects and programs of moderate scope and complexity. • Provide technical expertise on engineering and operational issues. • Adhere to Engineering Standards, specifications and, equipment manufacturer recommendations to support MSG initiatives.

Required Credentials: • Ten (10) plus years’ experience managing and implementing Capital Improvement Programs & Construction Management. • Bachelor’s Degree in Civil, Environmental, Construction Management or related field. Commensurate experience may be considered.

How to Apply: Online at this link: https://tinyurl.com/y9dbrzj2


Date Posted:  May 17, 2018

Employer:  
American Water

Job Title:  General Manager (Requisition #83042)

Job Opening Description: The General Manager is primarily responsible for the delivery of all operations and maintenance and capital programs for the assigned facility. Duties include: planning, organizing and directing activities with respect to the respective contract operations, including water treatment facilities, distribution systems and pump stations, customer service and billing, etc. as may be required by contract, plus all aspects of the capital program in conjunction with the capital manager. 

Required Credentials: • Graduation from an accredited college or university with a degree in sanitary, chemical, civil, electrical or mechanical engineering, public or business administration or other equivalent degree or equivalent experience. • Five (5)+ years’ experience in utility, surface water and/or wastewater operations. Must have demonstrated experience in operational, organizational and financial problem solving skills. Experience in managing a union/multi union environment.

How to Apply: Directly online at this link: https://tinyurl.com/yckjlxk7


Date Posted:  May 11, 2018

Employer:  
City of Zanesville

Job Title:  Water Plant Operator I

Job Opening Description: Under general supervision, operates City Water Plant to purify and distribute water for human consumption. A Class 1 level licensed position

Required Credentials: State of Ohio Class 1 Water Operator certification

How to Apply: Apply in person at Zanesville City Municipal Building, 401 Market Street (Room 112), Zanesville, Ohio, 43701


Date Posted:  May 9, 2018

Employer:  
City of Oxford

Job Title:  Water Distribution Manager

Job Opening Description: The City of Oxford is seeking applicants for the position of Water Distribution Manager in the Water Distribution Division of the Service Department. This individual coordinates and manages administrative and technical operations and supervises crew involved in maintenance activities of the water distribution system

Required Credentials: Associate’s degree in management or equivalent preferred; Ohio EPA Water Distribution Class II certificate required; possession of a valid Class B Commercial Driver’s License with air brake endorsement required; 5 years of progressively responsible, related experience; or any combination of education, training, and work experience which provides the required skills to perform the essential functions of the job

How to Apply: A copy of the job description and application are located at www.cityofoxford.org. Deadline to apply is June 1, 2018.