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Date Posted: March 13, 2018
Job Title: Inventory Control Manager EXAM
Job Opening Description: The City of Columbus Department of Public Utilities is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Inventory Control Manager. To apply, you must first take the open competitive examination. Applications must be submitted to the Civil Service Commission by applying on-line at www.csc.columbus.gov by 04/02/2018. Applicant Tracking is now managed by NEOGOV. If you do not already have a profile in NEOGOV, you will have to set up a new one in NEOGOV before you can submit an application
Required Credentials: Under general direction, is responsible for managing, planning and coordinating activities relating to inventory control, warehouse management or storeroom management. Performs related duties as required. Other duties include planning and coordinating work activities relating to inventory control and purchase of stock, supervises and coordinates activities of personnel engaged in the requisitioning, issuance or stocking of materials and supplies used by a city department or large division, coordinates physical inventory activities to ensure that real property and personal property within the department or division is accounted for on an annual basis, and prepares and ensures the preparation of various forms such as requisitions, purchase orders, encumbrances. To qualify you must have six (6) years of inventory control, warehousing or storekeeping experience, which must have included at least two (2) years of supervisory or managerial experience. Substitution(s): Possession of a bachelor's degree in one (1) of the administrative or social sciences may be substituted for four (4) years of the non-supervisory or managerial experience on a year-for-year basis. Possession of a valid motor vehicle operator's license is required. Salary $52,982-$79,504
How to Apply: Contact the Civil Service Commission at (614) 645-8300 with questions. EOE. Applicants may inspect and acquire a copy of the City of Columbus, Department of Public Utilities EEO Plan, by visiting the DPU website at http://utilities.columbus.gov/ Contact the Civil Service Commission 77 N. Front Street Suite 330 Columbus, Ohio 43215 Go to this website to apply: https://www.columbus.gov/civilservice/
Date Posted: March 13, 2018
Job Title: Director
Job Opening Description: DESCRIPTION: The third level of a three level series. The purpose of the Director 3 classification serves as the chief operating position for very large & complex departments. It is distinguished from the other levels based on the size of the department and complexity of the operation. DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: (These duties are illustrative only. Incumbents may perform some or all of these duties or other job-related duties as assigned.) 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: MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: 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
Date Posted: March 12, 2018
Job Title: Meter Reader - Plant Operator
Description: The City of the Village of Indian Hill, Ohio will conduct a Civil Service examination to establish an eligibility list for the position of Meter Reader/Plant Operator in the Public Works/Water Works Department. Applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent and a minimum of a Class II Water Operators license. A copy of the job description and applications for employment are available online at www.ihill.org. Applications must be completed and returned to: Jessica Chaney, Director of Administrative Services, City of the Village of Indian Hill, 6525 Drake Road, Cincinnati, OH 45243 or email@example.com. Deadline to apply is 4:00 p.m. on March 30, 2018. Successful candidates will be required to pass a comprehensive background investigation and drug screening. The City of the Village of Indian Hill is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Date Posted: March 12, 2018
Job Title: Service Worker - System Maintenance
Description: The City of the Village of Indian Hill, Ohio will conduct a Civil Service examination to establish an eligibility list for the position of Service Worker/System Maintenance in the Public Works/Water Works Department. Applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent plus at least one year of experience in mechanical or maintenance type work and dealing with the public. A copy of the job descriptions and applications for employment are available online at www.ihill.org. Applications must be completed and returned to: Jessica Chaney, Director of Administrative Services, City of the Village of Indian Hill, 6525 Drake Road, Cincinnati, OH 45243 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline to apply is 4:00 p.m. on March 30, 2018. Successful candidates will be required to pass a comprehensive background investigation and drug screening. The City of the Village of Indian Hill is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Date Posted: March 12, 2018
Job Title: Plant Operator - Drinking Water
Job Opening Description: The Plant Operator is responsible for maintaining the operation of the drinking water facilities including the pumping and booster stations and tank sites and work relating to other remote Owenton, KY facilities.
Required Credentials: Experience:
How to Apply: WWW.AMWATER.COM
Date Posted: March 12, 2018
Job Title: Supervisor of Production
Job Opening Description: The Supervisor of Production is responsible for supervising front-line personnel and implementing operational processes that are engaged in the production water and/or wastewater operations in our Owenton, KY facility.
Required Credentials: • Two (2) years of relevant experience.
How to Apply: Visit WWW.AMWATER.COM
Date Posted: March 12, 2018
Job Title: Water Treatment Plant Supervisor
Job Opening Description: The City of Milford, located approximately 15 miles east of Cincinnati, seeks an experienced Class II Operator who will also serve as a working supervisor. The City operates a 1.2 MGD Lime Softening Plant with average daily demand at 685,000 GPD and over 2,050 service connections. Position reports to the Public Works Director and is responsible for all aspects of treatment and distribution within EPA guidelines. This is an hourly position eligible for overtime. Starting Salary is DOQ + benefits. AA/EOE
Required Credentials: Minimum Qualifications: Possession of OEPA Class II Operator and EPA Certified Lab License with at least three years of supervisory experience. The candidate must also possess skills in planning, written and oral communication and budget accountability. High school diploma or equivalent required, college degree preferred. Must be able to work other than normal business hours and carry a cell phone. Subject to background check, and pre-employment and random drug testing
How to Apply: Send resume and salary history to Nathaniel Clayton, Public Works Director, City of Milford, 745 Center Street, Suite 200, Milford, OH 45150. Deadline for resumes to be received is April 6, 2018
Date Posted: March 7, 2018
Job Title: Assistant Water Treatment Superintendent
Job Opening Description: The Water Treatment Plant Assistant Superintendent is responsible for the continuous operation and maintenance of a Class IV Water Supply Works and the delivery of safe, clear and sufficient water to the community. The Water Supply Works consists of the treatment plant, two (2) elevated water towers, a lime storage lagoon, and a raw water pump station which collects raw water from three (3) separate surface water intakes and four bedrock wells. This position is responsible for the daily operation of a 10 million gallon per day treatment plant that currently treats 3.15 million gallons per day. The Water Plant Assistant Superintendent shall also be responsible for the development, implementation and enforcement of any new or existing United States or Ohio Environmental Protection Agency requirements as they become applicable
Required Credentials: A high school diploma or GED equivalent. q Experience in a surface water treatment facility, preferred. q A valid Ohio Class III Water Supply certificate with the ability to obtain a Class IV certificate within five (5) years. q A minimum of five (5) years of experience in a Class III plant or higher or Bachelor’s degree in Science or Engineering. q Extensive knowledge of operation of a water treatment plant and the associated work of both a Microbiological and Wet Chemistry laboratory. q Ability to effectively communicate with the public and co-workers. q Mechanical ability and experience in the maintenance of a water treatment plant. q A valid Driver’s License with a good driving record
How to Apply: Required residency in Shelby County or an adjacent county throughout employment To apply for the position and view a more detailed Job Description, Benefit Summary and Job Application form go to our web site http://www.sidneyoh.com/Human_Resources/Employment-sidney-ohio.asp or the Receptionist at 201 W. Poplar St. Sidney, OH 45365. Application will be accepted for this position until filled. Mail to 201 W. Poplar St. Sidney OH 45365, Fax: 937 498-8160 or email: Vallen@sidneyoh.com
Date Posted: March 7, 2018
Job Title: Water Treatment Superintendent
Job Opening Description: The Water Treatment Plant Superintendent is responsible for the continuous operation and maintenance of a Class IV Water Supply Works and the delivery of safe, clear and sufficient water to the community. The Water Treatment Plant Superintendent is a division head, within the Utilities Department. This position reports to the Director of Utilities and at times will be required to consult with various Department Heads. The incumbent is expected to work closely with other City departments and division heads to integrate related work activities. This position must also communicate and exchange information with state regulatory agencies, vendors, consulting engineers, news media, civic organizations, and city and county residents.
Required Credentials: Requirements: q An associate’s degree or ability to obtain within 24 months. Bachelor’s degree in science or engineering preferred. q Experience in a Superintendent position, preferred. q A valid Ohio Class IV Water Supply certificate or a Class III certificate, with the ability to obtain a Class IV certificate within the time limit required by the EPA. q A minimum of five (5) years experience in a Class III plant or higher or Bachelor’s degree in Science or Engineering with three years in a supervisory role q Extensive knowledge of operation of a lime-soda water treatment plant and the associated lab work. q Ability to effectively communicate with the public and co-workers. q Mechanical ability and experience in the maintenance of a water treatment plant. q A valid Drivers License. q Knowledge of the Ohio EPA’s rules and regulations for Backflow Prevention and Cross Contamination of water supplies. A more detailed Position Description, Benefit Summary and Job Application form is available from the City’s web site www.sidneyoh.com and from the Receptionist at 201 W. Poplar St. Sidney, OH 45365. Required residency in Shelby County or an adjacent county throughout employment
How to Apply: To apply: Go to our website www.sidneyoh.com, Departments, Employment Opportunities and complete the application at the bottom of the Job Posting, then submit: cover letter, resume & application to Lynn Shuster, Receptionist. Mail to 201 W. Poplar St. Sidney OH 45365, Fax: 937 498-8160 or email: Vallen@sidneyoh.com. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled
Date Posted: March 7, 2018
Job Title: Water Plant Operator II
Job Opening Description: City of Columbus Water Plant Operator II The City of Columbus Department of Public Utilities – Division of Water is seeking qualified applicants for two (2) Water Plant Operator II positions. One position is located at the Dublin Road Water Plant and will work 2nd shift on Tuesday and Wednesday and 3rd shift Thursday thru Saturday each week, with Sunday and Monday off. The second position is at the Parsons Avenue Water Plant will also have variable shift assignments. These positions will be responsible for the day-to-day operation of the water plant on an assigned shift and will involve supervision of subordinate water plant operators. These positions will provide direction and coordination with maintenance and construction activities that affect the water treatment process. Both positions will operate a computerized control system to oversee the operations of the water processing/pumping equipment and monitor/maintain chemical inventories for the plant processes. They will also conduct and evaluate lab results and adjust chemicals as needed to meet all regulatory requirements. To qualify, you must have possession of a valid State of Ohio Environmental Protection Agency(OEPA) Class II or higher Water Supply Operator’s Certificate for water treatment works and have a valid motor vehicle operator’s license. Pay range of $47,299 - $70,907 annually. Interested applicants must apply for this position by visiting the Columbus Civil Service Commission website at https://csc.columbus.gov and selecting “City jobs/Employment Center” to follow the instructions for application/resume submission(Water Plant Operator II Job Posting -- DPU) during the application posting period of Tuesday, March 6th thru Monday, March 19th, 2018. EOE
Required Credentials: OEPA Class II State of Ohio Water Supply Operator's Certificate of higher. Valid, motor vehicle operator's license
How to Apply: http://www.columbus.gov/civilservice
Date Posted: March 6, 2018
Job Title: Streets Maintenance & Repair Technician I, II or III
Job Opening Description: Perform semi-skilled and skilled labor in the maintenance, construction, repair and service work of City streets, right-of-ways, alleys, medians and storm water inlets as well as snow and ice control operations. Position will be filled as a Technician I, Technician II or Technician III, dependent upon the needs of the department and qualifications/experience of the preferred candidate. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Technician I (entry level) ~Assists crews in performing assigned maintenance, construction, repair, and service work on City streets, right-of-ways, medians, alleys, and storm water drainage systems (inlets). ~Learns to operate a variety of equipment, machinery and tools used in department projects and activities, which may include and is not limited to concrete finishing, asphalt finishing, asphalt paver, skid steers (milling heads attachments), backhoe, front-end loader, rollers, compaction equipment (jumping jack, vibratory plate), hotbox, crack seal machine, asphalt pavement milling machine, asphalt recycler and brine making equipment. Technician II (proficient technician) ~Independently performs assigned maintenance, construction, repair, and service work on City streets, right-of-ways, medians, alleys, and storm water drainage systems (inlets). ~Skillfully operates a variety of equipment, machinery and tools used in department projects and activities, which may include and is not limited to concrete finishing, asphalt finishing, asphalt paver, skid steers (milling heads attachments), backhoe, front-end loader, rollers, compaction equipment (jumping jack, vibratory plate), hotbox, crack seal machine, asphalt pavement milling machine, asphalt recycler and brine making equipment. Technician III (advanced technician) ~Plans, prioritizes, reviews and manages scheduled and assigned maintenance, construction, repair, and service work on City streets, right-of-ways, medians, alleys, and storm water drainage systems (inlets). ~Leads work crews performing construction and maintenance activities; prioritizes work and determines what equipment and materials are needed to accomplish work assignments; coordinates with other city departments (as necessary) and implements preventative maintenance procedures and schedules. ~Reviews and inspects the work of assigned crew to assure work quality and timely completion of assigned duties and responsibilities. ~Skillfully operates a variety of equipment, machinery and tools used in department projects and activities, which may include but is not limited to street sweeping equipment, concrete finisher, asphalt finisher, asphalt paver, skid steers (milling heads attachments), backhoe, grader, front-end loader, rollers, compaction equipment (jumping jack, vibratory plate), hotbox, crack seal machine, asphalt pavement milling machine, asphalt recycler and brine making equipment. ~Responsible for training crew in work techniques and the proper use and maintenance of all equipment; including adherence to proper safety precautions related to all work performed. ~Responsible for evaluating activities of subordinate street maintenance staff; provides advice, assistance and training (as needed) to correct deficiencies
Required Credentials: All Technician positions (unless otherwise noted): 1. Any combination of training and experience which will indicate the possession of the skills, knowledge and abilities listed above. 2. High school diploma or GED, to ensure the ability to read, write, perform basic math. 3. Experience in street maintenance or civil construction: Technician I - one (1) year preferred Technician II - two (2) years required; including experience in the operation of heavy equipment Technician III - four (4) years required; including experience in the operation of heavy equipment 4. National Incident Management System (NIMS) ICS 100, ICS 200, ICS 700 Certification within 12 months from day of hire. 5. Work Zone Flagging Certification (Technician I - within 24-months from date of hire). 6. Work Zone Construction Safety Training (Technician I - within 24-months from date of hire). 7. Snow & Ice Management Course Certification (Technician I - within 24-months from date of hire). 8. Ability to obtain of annual continuing education training credit: Technician I - four (4) hours Technician II - eight (8) hours Technician III - sixteen (16) hours 9. Must be honest, dependable and trustworthy. 10. Possession of a valid State of Ohio Motor Vehicle Commercial Driver's License: Technician I - Class B with air brake and tanker endorsement, or the ability to obtain license within six (6) month probationary period. Technician II & III - Class A with air brake and tanker endorsements. Technician II & III ~Design and Operation of Work Zone Traffic Control Training. ~Asphalt Pavement Preservation Workshop ~Guardrail Installation Training ~Introduction to Crack Sealing Workshop ~Maintenance of Berms & Shoulders Workshop ~Basic Concrete Forming, Placement and Finishing Training ~Working with Other Personality Types Workshop Technician III ~Basic Estimating of Highway Work Quantities Training ~Principles of Asphalt Pavement Construction Workshop ~Basic Plan Reading Workshop Training ~Basic Supervisory Training Workshop ~Communication Skills for Working Well with Others Workshop.
How to Apply: https://jobs.delawareohio.net
Date Posted: February 23, 2018
Job Title: Water Treatment Plant Operator
Job Opening Description: Under general supervision, performs bargaining unit work in water treatment and the processing operation in compliance with local, state, and federal EPA regulations. Monitors and coordinates the flow, treatment, and processing of water through plant equipment. Cleans and services equipment and performs maintenance and repair work as needed. Performs additional job related tasks as assigned.
Required Credentials: Operator position shall require an Ohio EPA Water Treatment Plant Operator in Training certificate or Class I Ohio Water Works EPA certificate, at a minimum. The current possession of a Class II or Class III Ohio EPA Water Works Certification will be considered as having fulfilled this requirement.
How to Apply: See: http://www.kentohio.org/boards/civil_service.asp for all job and exam details Fill out a civil service application, return by March 20, 2018 for the written civil service exam to be given March 27.
Date Posted: February 22, 2018
Job Title: Stormwater Maintenance Project Coordinator
Required Credentials: MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS EDUCATION - Candidate must possess Bachelor degree, preferably in Engineering, Environmental Science, Geology, Hydrology or Hydrologic sciences or a closely related field. EXPERIENCE - Candidate must possess five (5) years of experience in performing predictive and/or preventive maintenance throughout waterways, streams, public water systems, and/or wastewater treatment systems. Experience in stormwater management and erosion and sedimentation control is strongly preferred. - Experience must include three (3) years of effective managing medium to complex projects, facilitating significant cost saving methods, working in collaboration with internal and external stakeholders, assisting and serving as key contributor for managing department budget dollars, and successfully leading and/or supervising people, projects, and/or processes. OTHER REQUIREMENTS LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATIONS - Candidate must possess Confined Space Entry certification. - Preferred possession of CPESC or similar stormwater certification. - Candidate must possess a valid driver’s license with a driving record in accordance with the District’s acceptable guidelines. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES - Candidate must possess knowledge in performing predictive and/or preventive maintenance through waterways, streams, public water systems, and/or wastewater treatment systems. Knowledge of stream dynamics and processes is preferred. - Candidate must possess must have excellent verbal and written communication, critical thinking, organizational skills, attention to detail, decision making and analytical skills. Candidate must also be able to effectively build and maintain relationships with various stakeholders, discern priorities and complete tasks effectively and efficiently, make informed decisions, and communicate with a wide variety of stakeholders. Experience with using ESRI GIS Software and field data collection tools is preferred. - Candidate must possess the ability to be reliable and punctual in reporting to work as scheduled. PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS Must be able to spend up to 50% of time in the field in being exposed to various conditions such as, wet and/or humid climates, confined or restricted space, and noisy environment when working at or around construction sites. Must be able to remove manhole covers (using provided tool), which can weigh up to 100 pounds and drag them to a safe distance
How to Apply: Apply online: https://neorsd.taleo.net/careersection/ex/jobdetail.ftl?job=10747&tz=GMT-05%3A00