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Date Posted: November 28, 2018
Employer: Chaltron Systems Inc
Job Title: Technical Sales for Municipal and Industrial Markets- Dayton/Cincinnati Area
Job Opening Description: This is a full time commission/expenses based position with a large earning potential. Commission can increase with sales performance. Product training will be provided for each product line represented. Products include but are not limited to level, pressure, and flow transmitters and switches, and data acquisition systems. Target markets include but are not limited to biotech/pharmaceutical manufacturing, chemical manufacturing, energy management, food and beverage, metal processing, oil and gas, power generation, oil refining, and water and waste water processing plants. This position may require overnight stays for sales calls. Responsibilities: • Proactively develop new and existing client relationships • Effectively communicate with prospective and existing clients over the phone and in-person • Provide weekly call reports, list of target accounts, and quarterly product sales forecast • Generate quotations of products and services to meet customer needs • Travel to customer sites to present product offering and demonstrations • Meet quarterly sales goals, and set personal targets and goals • Setup joint sales calls with regional managers of our represented companies • Candidate will work in the office when not out on sales calls and demonstrations
Required Credentials: Qualifications: • Must be comfortable making outbound sales calls • Must be self-motivated and well organized • Must be able to climb stairs and ladders, carry demo equipment • Must be able to travel to customers sites throughout Ohio • Must be able to learn products and provide on-site customer demonstrations • Must demonstrate assertive and outgoing personality • Must possess a polished and professional image • Must be able to pass a background check, pre-employment and random drug testing
How to Apply: For more information on our company and products you may visit http://www.chaltron.com If you feel this describes you and your capabilities, please submit your resume and an essay style cover letter explaining your skills, why you want to work in this position, and how you would be a good fit for this position. Applications received without a cover letter may not be considered
Date Posted: November 28, 2018
Employer: City of Painesville - Water
Job Title: Water Superintendent
Job Opening Description: City of Painesville seeking a qualified individual to fill the position of Water Superintendent supervising the departments of Water Treatment Plant and Water Distribution. Salary range is $65,813.02 - $88,678.46. Position is responsible for a full range of supervisory, professional & administrative work in the direction of the municipal water distribution system & water treatment plant. Duties are highly specialized & require considerable independent discretion & adherence to City & State policies, rules & regulations. 5 years of progressively more responsible work experience in water system management & operation preferred. For full position description, please visit http://www.painesville.com. EOE/Drug & Alcohol-free Workplace
Required Credentials: Class IV Operator Water Supply Certificate from the Ohio EPA
How to Apply: Submit resume, work-related references & salary history to Human Resources, City of Painesville, P.O. Box 601, Painesville, OH 44077-0601 or email to email@example.com
Date Posted: November 26, 2018
Employer: Brown and Caldwell
Job Title: Mid-level Engineer
Job Opening Description: Brown and Caldwell, a national environmental engineering firm, has an exciting opportunity for a Mid-Level Engineer to provide engineering support to our project managers in our Midwest region. We are seeking a motivated, achievement-oriented individual who can accept increasing levels of design support responsibilities and help us fulfill our commitment to deliver client success on each and every project we undertake. You will work with and be mentored by nationally recognized, senior technical staff. The ideal candidate should have strong verbal and written communication skills, be highly organized and capable of working in a diverse team environment and handling multiple tasks with competing priorities. The successful candidate would be involved in the following: Job Expectations: • Perform environmental engineering work in various engineering fields with an emphasis on wastewater process design and water treatment. • Conduct engineering evaluations, execute design calculations, and prepare reports, plans, and specifications under the guidance of senior engineering staff • Construction administration and on-site resident support activities • Assist with administrative and project management related tasks for various engineering design projects; this position is expected to develop into design discipline leadership tasks and project management tasks • Assist with environmental studies, permitting and alternative analyses • Check performance or conformity with plans and specifications through field inspection and testing • Duties may also include field activities such as site investigations • Data collection, manipulation, analysis, and documentation
Required Credentials: Desired Skills and Experience: • BS Degree in Engineering (Civil, Environmental, Chemical, or Mechanical) required • MS degree in (Civil, Environmental, Chemical, or Mechanical) Engineering preferred • Minimum of 5 years of professional work experience in water/wastewater treatment and conveyance systems; construction administration support experience of design systems is preferred • Professional Engineering (PE) in Ohio (preferred) or ability to obtain Ohio PE within 12 months of hire • Candidate must have strong verbal/written communication skills, organizational skills, and the ability to work well both independently and in team environment • Valid driver's license and good driving record required • Experience using Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Access, Outlook) preferred • Understanding of 3D CAD or Revit software • Ability to work for short periods of time in extreme temperatures including heat and cold • Ability to wear required safety equipment at sites including hard hats, steel toed boots (or other approved toe protection), etc. • Ability to climb or descend stairs (2-3 flights) or ladders (up to 24 foot typically) to access structures, or enter confined spaces, for visual inspection • Ability to stand for several hours observing, documenting and working within construction operations • Ability to operate a personal vehicle or BC Pickup Truck to commute to jobsites and to access work areas on site For more than 70 years, Brown and Caldwell has been creating leading-edge environmental solutions for public agencies and private industry. We strive to be the environmental company of choice-to our clients, who benefit from our passion for delivering exceptional quality, and to our employees, present and future, who share our commitment to client service, collaboration and innovation. Join us, and you will find a home where you can do your best work, reach new levels of expertise and enjoy exceptional development opportunities. As a privately held firm with over 1,500 employee-owners in 50+ offices nationwide, the opportunity awaits for you to advance. This position is subject to a pre-employment background check and a pre-employment drug test. Brown and Caldwell is proud to be an EEO/AAP Employer. Minorities/Women/Disabled/Protected Veterans are encouraged to apply
How to Apply: To view the job posting and to apply please use this link: https://bit.ly/2OCYOAT
Date Posted: November 21, 2018
Employer: City of Columbus, Ohio -- Department of Public Utilities
Job Title: Water Plant Manager
Job Opening Description: City of Columbus Water Plant Manager The City of Columbus Department of Public Utilities – Division of Water is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Water Plant Manager. This position will be responsible for supervising operations and maintenance at the Hap Cremean Water Plant(HCWP) and will be in responsible charge of the water plant. This position will develop and administer budgets and policies and maintain a thorough knowledge of current regulations and compliance requirements. The Hap Cremean Water Plant(HCWP) is a large 125 million gallons per day surface water plant that employs conventional two-stage lime softening and ozone/biologically active filtration. This water treatment facility is currently installing stand-by power, UV disinfection and converting to sodium hypochlorite disinfection. To qualify, you must have possession of a valid State of Ohio Environmental Protection Agency(OEPA) Class IV Water Supply Operator’s Certificate for water treatment works and have three (3) years of experience as an operations or maintenance manager or equivalent in a water treatment plant rated Class III or higher OR six (6) years of experience as a Water Plant Operator II or comparable experience, along with a valid motor vehicle operator’s license. Pay range of $78,936 - $118,394 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 Manager Job Posting -- DPU) during the application posting period of Wednesday, November 7th thru Wednesday December 12th, 2018. EOE.
Required Credentials: State of Ohio EPA Class IV Water Supply Operator's Certificate for water treatment works and have three (3) years of experience as an operations or maintenance manager or equivalent in a water treatment plant rated Class III or higher OR six (6) years of experience as a Water Plant Operator II or comparable experience, along with a valid motor vehicle operator's license
How to Apply: 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 Manager Job Posting -- DPU) during the application posting period of Wednesday, November 7th thru Wednesday December 12th, 2018. EOE.
Date Posted: November 20, 2018
Job Title: Field Technician 1
Job Opening Description: Duties include the operation of city utility-owned equipment, and other related activities associated with the Water Utility department. More details on the position can be found in the position description posted on the city’s website
Required Credentials: Applicants must possess a high school diploma or equivalent, and have experience and knowledge in the operation and maintenance of job-related vehicles, machinery, tools and equipment. Must be able to perform heavy labor for extended periods of time in adverse weather conditions, and be able to lift in excess of 50 lbs.
How to Apply: Interested candidates must submit a cover letter, resume and employment application along with 3-5 professional (non-personal) references to Finance Director James Nicholson no later than 4:00 pm on Wednesday, December 19, 2018. Application materials can be sent either via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to City of Pataskala, 621 W Broad St, Suite 2F, Pataskala Ohio 43062. Pre-employment drug screening and background check required
Date Posted: November 20, 2018
Job Title: Project Manager for Property Acquisition
Job Opening Description: JOB SUMMARY Manages and works with others in the procurement of real property rights necessary for the planning, design, and construction of stormwater projects under the Regional Stormwater Management Program to meet the organization’s needs on time and within budget. The Project Manager for Property Acquisitions is responsible for administering and coordinating project assignments related to District undertakings with attorneys, engineers, surveyors, appraiser’s government agencies, public relations, draftsmen and consultants including and limited to land rights acquisition, relocation assistance and environmental review. Performs other duties of a similar nature as may be required. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS − Evaluates potential properties of interest including real estate research, field visits, defining areas of interest, mapping, and landowner communications. After a decision to purchase property, coordinates with the law department on appraisals and land negotiations. Drafts or provides input on real estate agreements, licenses, and easements. Continually researches identified properties for foreclosure, sale transfer and other changes to land ownership for potential land acquisition. Serves as a liaison between the law and watershed programs departments by working closely with design project managers, watershed team leaders and the law department throughout the duration of stormwater projects. – Performs reviews of draft real estate documents, project schematics, title reports, surveys, legal descriptions, appraisal reports and environmental reports. Coordinates final reviews and revisions of documents with the law department, design project managers and watershed team leaders. – Works with attorneys, project engineers and others with preparation of written documentation such as staff reports, correspondence, agreements, real estate purchase contracts, deeds, easement forms, appropriations, and payment authorizations to facilitate the purchase of land rights and real property for District use. – Provides ongoing analysis and findings regarding land use and real estate market trends. – Facilitates establishment of ongoing maintenance of acquired properties and easements through coordination with District departments or external resources. – Researches, analyzes, and compiles information concerning status of current and pending property interests for internal and external reports and presentations. Coordinates with GIS, law department and IT on maintenance and upgrades to the real estate interest database. – Develops and manages the scope of each assigned project to include critically examining, assessing, and evaluating data, current procedures, processes, and alternatives to improve environmental impact and costs. – Makes recommendations for courses of action that further District goals to include scope, required resources and outcome. – Supports the Stormwater Program in the planning and design of stormwater construction projects related to property acquisition. – Manages procurement and administration of Watershed Programs professional consultants, including developing consultant short lists and Request for Proposals, review of consultant proposals and recommending award of consultant contracts. – Analyzes data and processes to maintain the time line and integrity and quality assurance of current projects. Utilizes problem analysis and problem-solving skills, evaluating all feasible alternatives and recommending best solutions and courses of action to meet current project objectives and to identify potential new projects. – Identifies problems, researches possible solutions, analyzes the data researched, evaluates all possible alternatives, and recommends one or more solutions. Presents solutions for discussion to obtain agreement on a preferred solution. – Builds and maintains good public relations by encouraging support and participation in District- related activities that align with community environmental goals. – Prepares agendas and conducts meetings within the project groups and status meetings. – Performs other duties of a similar nature as may be required.
Required Credentials: MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS EDUCATION Candidate must possess Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Real Estate, Business, Public Administration, Project Management, Engineering or a closely related field. EXPERIENCE Candidate must possess four (4) years of progressively responsible experience in managing complex land rights acquisition or related real estate-oriented project administration, project contracting, review of engineering plans, public outreach, management of consultant contracts. Experience must include use of project management tools, managing more than one small- to medium-project at a time and success in completing projects on time and on budget. Familiarity with Ohio laws related to Appropriation and the FEMA Hazard Mitigation Program is desired. OTHER REQUIREMENTS KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES - Candidate must possess the ability to read, write, analyze, and consistently perform at a level to provide for successful negotiations and closure of real estate transactions and proactive project tracking and reporting, all in conformance with applicable laws and regulations. Communicates courteously and proactively, recurrently examines both internal and external client’s short-and long- term needs, ability to see issues from all stakeholder perspectives in order to negotiate successful resolutions on project issues and achieve land rights acquisition goals. - Candidate must possess the ability and willingness to work cooperatively and collaboratively with a diverse workforce to achieve successful outcomes in respect to assignments. Requires ability to confidently reach out to internal and external stakeholders and continually build/maintain relationships. Requires ethical conduct in respect to all persons and situations, including fairness, integrity, tolerance, and honesty. Consistent in the application of NEORSD policies and procedures. - Candidate must possess problem solving, good judgment, discernment, and the ability to work independently on multiple assignments. Strong project management, leadership, motivation, team building, negotiation and conflict resolution skills are required. Must have attention to detail, experience in analyzing data and processes, making recommendations, and gaining input/agreement within the organization. Must be able to effectively manage multiple tasks and assignments and demonstrate strong organizational skills in a fast-paced work environment. Requires analytical and speaking skills necessary to regularly make presentations and effectively communicate with NEORSD staff, citizen groups and varied governing bodies. Required regular attendance, attentive punctuality, and overall preparedness. Proficiency with ESRI software, Microsoft Office software such as Excel, Word and PowerPoint are preferred. PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS During the course of performing the essential functions of this position the employee must be able to compare, copy, compute, compile, analyze, coordinate, synthesize, negotiate, communicate and instruct. Ability to communicate while exhibiting strong interpersonal skills is required. Physical work will need to be performed, such as sitting, standing, walking, hearing, and talking. This position requires computer knowledge and ability. Ability to lift up to 25 lbs. on an occasional basis. Position will require visual demands of near acuity, far acuity, depth perception, accommodation, and depth perception. While working in the field the employee may be exposed to extreme weather, atmospheric conditions and wet and/or humid conditions. 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.
How to Apply: Online at: www.neorsd.org/careers
Date Posted: November 8, 2018
Job Title: Maintenance Technician
Job Opening Description: The City of Miamisburg is seeking applicants for the full-time position of Maintenance Technician within the Public Works Department. The position performs a variety of skilled and semi-skilled work and operates a variety of equipment in the operation, repair, maintenance, and replacement of City water and sewer treatment, distribution, and pumping facilities and systems.
Required Credentials: Applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent; valid Ohio driver’s license; minimum of three years experience in maintenance of water and wastewater facilities or industrial equivalent. Must have strong electrical, electronic and automation background including familiarity with pumps, motors and electrical equipment. Successful applicant must obtain an Ohio EPA Class I Wastewater license within two years of appointment.
How to Apply: Pay range is $23.3391 to $26.8937 per hour DOQ with an excellent benefits package. Applications can be obtained at the City Administration Office or on the City’s website at www.ci.miamisburg.oh.us. Submit resume and application to: City of Miamisburg, Attn: Human Resources, 10 N. First Street, Miamisburg, Ohio 45342 or email@example.com. Review of applications will be begin Friday, December 07, 2018 and will continue until position is filled.
Date Posted: October 30, 2018
Job Title: Distribution Technician
Job Opening Description: GENERAL FUNCTION: The duties of the Distribution Technician consist of those jobs necessary, but not limited to, the operation, maintenance, repair and construction of water distribution facilities. These duties include all work, in compliance with Company and regulatory requirements, associated with service of distribution system piping, hydrants, valves, customer services, booster stations, and all other components related to a distribution system. RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES: o Operates and maintains water distribution system facilities, such as water mains, valves, hydrants, service lines, etc. Utilizes company technology to ensure assigned work is captured within work order management applications. o Ensures daily work complies with OEPA and PUCO regulatory requirements for operations. Ensures that daily work complies with established company safety policies. o Operates and performs maintenance on all equipment and vehicles used in the maintenance of the water system. o Reads and interprets maps, drawings and schematics to include GIS data. o Performs field service representative and meter reading work as assigned. o Satisfactorily meets internal and external customer requirements through effective communication and initiative. Proficient in communicating via email and text. o Responds to after hour calls to for emergency and non emergency situations as required. Available for scheduled overtime. o All other duties assigned by management.
Required Credentials: SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL OR REGISTRATION QUALIFICATIONS: Must have a high school diploma or the GED equivalent. Must be available for emergency work after regular working hours, weekends and for scheduled overtime. Must be capable of lifting 100 lbs. Must be proficient at using computer/tablet Window based applications Hold valid Commercial Driver’s License (CDL-A) or acquire one within the time frame specified in the bargaining unit agreement. Hold OEPA Class I Distribution License or obtain one within the time frame specified in Bargaining Unit agreement. Hold competent person certification per Bargaining Unit agreement or obtain within specified time period. Company may require the employee to pass reasonable tests--oral, written or practical--to determine his/her qualifications. Hourly Wage Rate $19.30 - $30.14
Date Posted: October 29, 2018
Job Title: Mid-level Infrastructure Engineer
Job Opening Description: Are you ready to take the next step in your career? Are you an individual who takes pride in delivering exceptional work? We currently have an opportunity for a self-starting mid-level Infrastructure Engineer to join us supporting our Infrastructure Engineering Group. This is a great opportunity to work in a growth-oriented professional consulting office. This position will support our Cleveland, Ohio office. When you join Brown and Caldwell you will enjoy a unique and welcoming culture. You will find that we offer a non-hierarchical, collaborative, and supportive environment, allowing you to do your best work. You will be trusted to do the right thing by our project managers and external clients and given the flexibility to manage your own schedule to achieve this. The work we do is interesting, challenging and wide-ranging in nature, and so is our client base. Job Expectations: In this role, you will work closely with project managers and lead other team members to execute work involving conventional types of civil engineering principals and other related activities for infrastructure projects. Specific duties may include the following: • Prepare infiltration/inflow analyses and pipeline condition assessments. • Conduct flow monitoring and hydraulic modeling. • Lead teams in the design of water and wastewater pipelines and pumping stations. • Conduct environmental studies, permitting, alternatives analyses, and other technical deliverables. • Review the work of others and ensure high quality submittals meeting or exceeding Client expectations. • Provide support and guidance to junior staff. • Preparation of client fee proposals • Check performance or conformity with plans and specifications as part of engineering services during construction. • Assist with submittal reviews, requests for information, correspondence, change requests, and change orders for construction projects. • Conduct field work as necessary for various projects. • Communicate effectively and coordinate with project teams including other disciplines (drafters, designers, and other engineers).
Required Credentials: Desired Skills and Experience: •Bachelor’s degree in Civil/Environmental Engineering or related engineering field required; Master’s degree a plus. •PE strongly preferred. •Minimum 5 years professional experience in the study, design, and construction administration of water and wastewater pipelines, pumping stations, and other facilities. •Excellent technical writing and communication skills required •Proficiency with Microsoft Suite including Word, Outlook, Project, Excel and PowerPoint is required. •Proficiency in AutoCAD and Civil 3D preferred, MEP/Revit a plus. •Design experience in stormwater treatment and conveyance systems For more than 70 years, Brown and Caldwell has been creating leading-edge environmental solutions for public agencies and private industry. We strive to be the environmental company of choice-to our clients, who benefit from our passion for delivering exceptional quality, and to our employees, present and future, who share our commitment to client service, collaboration and innovation. Join us, and you will find a home where you can do your best work, reach new levels of expertise and enjoy exceptional development opportunities. As a privately held firm with over 1,500 employee-owners in 50+ offices nationwide, the opportunity awaits for you to advance. This position is subject to a pre-employment background check and a pre-employment drug test. Brown and Caldwell is proud to be an EEO/AAP Employer. Minorities/Women/Disabled/Protected Veterans are encouraged to apply.
How to Apply: To view the job posting and to apply for this position please use this link: https://bit.ly/2ONVCGJ