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Date Posted:  September 7, 2018

Employer:  Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District

Job Title:  Wastewater Plant Operator C2

Job Opening Description:   Under general supervision, performs skilled work in operating and maintaining stationary engines, turbines and high pressure boilers, and associated equipment and machinery; and performs related work as required. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:  Performs any combination of (but not limited to) the following duties according to specific departmental guidelines: - Operates steam and gas turbines to generate electric power. - Operates steam engine and associated compressors, pumps, motors and valves. - Operates diesel and electric air compressors. - Supervises and operates high pressure steam boilers. - Inspects equipment and monitors gauges, charts and meters. - Adjusts valves, fans, engine speeds, fuel supply, pump pressures and steam pressures as required to maintain proper operating levels. - Lubricates equipment and checks bearing temperatures, fluid levels and operating pressures. - Packs pumps, replaces bushings, bearings, motor brushes and drive belts. - Orders required parts, supplies and equipment as needed. - Keeps operating log of equipment in service and records temperatures, pressures and reservoir elevations and other operating data. - Performs general clean-up and painting of equipment and work area. Maintains a neat and orderly work environment. - Observe safe work practices. - Performs other duties of a similar nature as may be required. 

Required Credentials:  Candidate must possess a High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (G.E.D.), trade or technical school. EXPERIENCE - Candidate must possess three (3) years of experience performing skilled work in the operation and maintenance of steam turbines and boilers is required, and experience in fluidized-bed and/or multiple hearth incinerators is desired. OTHER REQUIREMENTS LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATIONS - Candidate must possess a current and valid Stationary Engineer’s License issued by the State of Ohio. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES - Candidate must possess knowledge of the hazards and safety precautions of the work. Must also possess knowledge of the tools, equipment, materials and supplies pertinent to the trade. - Candidate must possess the ability to operate and maintain a variety of stationary engines, boilers, and associated. - Candidate must be able to read and understand operating manuals, blueprints and drawings; keep records; and follow oral and written instructions. Must be able to maintain sound judgments and decisions based on interpretation of data and known unit goals. Candidate must be able to work unscheduled hours during emergency, unusual situations, and/or filling in for vacant shifts, including rotating shifts. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS - Candidates may be exposed to usual noise associated with equipment and plant environment. Candidates may be exposed to odors from plant processes and laboratory field samples. There will be exposure to atmospheric conditions such as heat, cold, dust, fumes, vapors, or mists. Candidate must have the ability to wear required respiratory protection devices (self contained breathing apparatus – S.C.B.A) in accordance with District policy, including not having facial hair that interferes with the facepiece-to-face seal. DISCLAIMER: The information outlined in this job description indicates the general nature and type of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not intended to provide a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities or competencies required of employees within this classification. NEORSD, an Equal Opportunity Employer The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive workforce, recognizing the full range of human differences and similarities. Through our unwavering efforts to leverage the potential of our diversity, we continually strive to build and foster an environment that respects each individual. We encourage and promote innovation, and provide opportunities for all employees to interact, communicate, and realize the full potential of their talents. Our Employee Benefits & Wellness Programs We offer a comprehensive employee benefits package including: Health Insurance Coverage, Various Retirement Planning Options (Ohio Public Employee Retirement System and Deferred Compensation Plans), Group and Voluntary Life Insurance, Flexible Spending Accounts, Employee Assistance Program, Tuition Assistance Program, Free Parking at our facilities, Corporate Discounts, and More! We also have a very active Health & Wellness Program that promotes a life/work balance. Primary Location: Westerly Plant Cleveland Memorial Sh Work Locations: Westerly Plant Cleveland Memorial Sh Job: Operations / Maintenance Organization: District Admin Schedule: Full-time Minimum Salary: $23.30 Midpoint Salary: $23.30 Maximum Salary: $23.30

How to Apply:  https://neorsd.taleo.net/careersection/ex/jobdetail.ftl?job=10893&tz=GMT-04%3A00


Date Posted:  September 7, 2018

Employer:  BissNuss Inc.

Job Description:  Aftermarket Sales Position

Job Opening Description: Calling on municipalities to sell products in the aftermarket area for the State of OH

Required Credentials:  Mechanical background helpful.

How to Apply:  Send resume to krogozinski@bissnussinc.com


Date Posted:  August 14, 2018

Employer:  City of Elyria

Job Title:  Operator - Filter/Pump #5

Job Opening Description: The City of Elyria is seeking a full-time Operator Filter/Pump #5 to work in our Water Pumping Department. The #5 operator serves as relief operator and fills in for regular operators who are absent from work for various reasons. The #5 also serves as a lab tech when needed, running chemical and microbiological test as assigned.

Required CredentialsThe successful candidate will possess a high school diploma or relevant vocational school course; Class I water supply certificate as issued by the Ohio EPA, or a minimum of an Operator in Training (OIT) certificate; and maintain a valid Ohio Driver’s License. This is a classified position and is non-exempt in accordance with the FLSA, and has an hourly rate of $20.38.

How to Apply: For more information regarding the position or to apply please complete and submit a City of Elyria application found at http://www.cityofelyria.org/about/employment/ to Human Resources, 131 Court Street, Elyria, OH 44035 or to careers@cityofelyria.org. This position is open until filled. EEO/AA


Date Posted:  August 13, 2018

Employer:  Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District

Job Title:  Manager of Watershed Programs

Job Opening Description: JOB SUMMARY Coordinates District regional stormwater and watershed management efforts throughout the District’s service area. Partners with organizations working on regional and local efforts to improve land use and minimize flooding, erosion and water quality concerns. Provides significant direct assistance to the District’s member communities. Understands the District’s CSO program to ensure stormwater and watershed management issues are consistent. Develops coordination between various regional organizations and watershed groups and provides focused, technically accurate and timely assistance to local governments as they make stormwater and watershed management decisions. Evaluates and makes recommendations to senior management regarding watershed-related policy. Participates in the District’s sustainability program efforts and ensures coordination with watershed-related activities. Oversees watershed related grant and funding programs. Supervises staff. Develops program and department annual budget priorities. Performs other duties of a similar nature as may be required. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS - Directs appropriate staff to provide stormwater and watershed management support to local communities. Builds staff capacity, where necessary, to assist with improvements in local land use and stormwater management codes and on-going implementation assistance as development projects occur. - Manages community programs and interactions of the regional stormwater management program, oversees watershed team leaders, Watershed Advisory Committees, grant/funding programs and education and outreach work. Ensures coordination between the District and local communities related to stormwater master planning, inspection and maintenance, design and construction, residential fee credit and Ohio EPA NPDES Stormwater Phase II services assistance programs. Coordinates with Communications & Community Relations Department and other District personnel as appropriate on advocacy issues. - Coordinates continued refinement of model regulations for stormwater management and land use with other local and regional organizations to ensure consistency across the service area. - Supports local watershed organizations to provide value-added technical assistance to interested local governments, landowners and developers. - Fosters and develops public and private, new and redevelopment projects for innovative stormwater and watershed management through technical support and funding. Disseminates key project findings to the local engineering and regulatory community. - Builds relationships with the local engineering community. Facilitates implementation of best management practices by targeting information and technical support on innovative stormwater and watershed management practices. - Coordinates the District’s approach to Ohio EPA NPDES Stormwater Phase II support to participating communities. Provides input on proposed watershed-related legislative and regulatory issues. - Assists in continued refinement and implementation of the District's regional stormwater management program. Develops appropriate regulatory standards to protect the regional stormwater system. Assists in the prioritization of District construction projects. Provides input for on-going operation and maintenance of stormwater practices. - Participates and provides leadership in local, state and national-level efforts to improve stormwater and watershed management. Assists communities in building skills for watershed protection and management. - Ensures coordination between watershed/stormwater management activities and the District’s sustainability program. - Cooperates and acts as a liaison on joint projects with other groups, organizations and departments through participation on boards. Chairs and participates on work committees. - Mentors and develops staff. Defines objectives for the department and sets priorities for utilizing resources. - Develops program and department budget yearly priorities and assists in tracking budget implementation throughout the year. - Performs other duties of a similar nature as may be required.

Required CredentialsMINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS EDUCATION Candidate must possess Bachelor’s degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science, Biology/Ecology or a closely related field. EXPERIENCE - Candidate must possess seven (7) years of experience working with local, state and federal officials and agencies on watershed management activities and successfully planning and organizing watershed projects, educating stakeholders regarding watershed programs, networking with various agencies to accomplish related watershed program outcomes and working with private landowners and members of the general public to realize positive watershed protection and restoration outcomes. - Experience must include three (3) years supervising, managing and/or leading people, projects and/or processes. OTHER REQUIREMENTS LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATIONS Candidate must possess a valid state of Ohio driver’s license with a driving record in accordance with the District’s acceptable guidelines. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES - Candidate must possess excellent written and communication skills, including report writing. Supervisory, leadership, project management and problem-solving skills required. - Candidate must possess the ability to coordinate complex projects, oversee and monitor projects and provide on-going input, lead and facilitate meetings, processes and change, research and compile information, make presentations and give attention to detail on a range of projects at the same time. Ability to work independently, establish work priorities and manage time effectively. Candidate must possess the ability to be self-motivated and energetic. Strong organizational skills. Knowledge of finance and budgeting procedures as they relate to large public agency.

How to Apply: Apply online at: www.neorsd.org/careers


Date Posted:  August 13, 2018

Employer:  BissNuss Inc.

Job Title:  Manufacturer's Representative

Job Opening Description: Outside sales position, calling on Engineers and users in both the Water and Wastewater areas.

Required CredentialsWater and Wastewater plant familiarity a plus but not required.

How to ApplySend resume to krogozinski@bissnussinc.com