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Date Posted:  October 23, 2018

Employer:  City of Wadsworth

Job Title:  Street Maintenance Supervisor

Job Opening Description:  Job Summary: Under the general supervision of the Public Works Manager, is responsible for instructing and directing a group of Laborers, Maintenance Workers, Equipment Operators, and Crew Leaders in repairing streets, alleys, storm sewers, drainage ditches, and catch basins and, at the same time, personally participates in the work; performs related duties as required. Receives direction from Public Works Manager in oral or written form. Supervision over crew members is limited to issuing instructions, making assignments, explaining rules and policies of the department, and in evaluating performance of personnel. Supervisor may be required to fill in on stand-by list. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: • Instructs crew members in methods and procedures to be followed when making repairs; determines work sequences; assigns crew members to specific tasks; explains orders received from Public Works Manager and Public Service Director to crew members; • Notifies Public Works Manager when supplies and materials need replenishing; notifies Public Works Manager when equipment and vehicles are in need of repair and preventative maintenance; • Inspects completed work for conformance to oral and/or written instructions, completeness, and adherence to approved work standards established by the Public Works Manager, City Engineer, and Public Services Director; • Personally operates dump to haul cinders, gravel, limestone, asphalt, topsoil, and various types of material and construction waste/debris, raw materials, and inventory; plows streets, applies salt to streets in winter months; operates backhoe to install storm sewer, to drain tile, and to clean and dig ditches; operates a jet-vac to clean storm sewers and for excavation; operates front-end loader to load trucks with dirt, gravel, asphalt, salt, etc.; • Supervises the construction, maintenance, and installation of street signs, and the painting of traffic lines and crosswalks; supervises the collection of leaves from city streets; • Supervises street cleaning activities, including snow removal and ice control; • Assists Public Works Manager in the initiation of new programs, including but not limited to crack sealing program, catch basin program, and storm water detention program, utilizing the talents of full time employees and seasonal personnel to accomplish these programs; • Tracks inventory of equipment and parts for annual report; • Prepares the annual report due at the end of each year with the assistance of the Public Works Manager; • Maintains records and prepares reports as required; other duties as assigned.

Required Credentials:  • Possession of a High School Diploma or equivalent. Five (5) years of experience repairing and maintaining public thoroughfares including at least two years operating street and road maintenance equipment and vehicles. • Any combination of training and experience which would indicate possession of the knowledge, skills, and abilities listed above. • Possession of a valid class “A” commercial driver’s license with airbrake and tanker endorsement from the State of Ohio Motor Vehicle Department. • Possession and maintenance of a valid State of Ohio Motor Vehicle Operator’s License and to maintain insurability with the City’s motor vehicle insurance carrier.

How to Apply: E-Mail: Tara McCulloch, Human Resources Director at

Date Posted:  October 23, 2018

Employer:  City of Wadsworth

Job Title:  Civil Engineer II

Job Opening Description:  Job Summary: Under the general supervision of the City Engineer, is responsible for performing intermediate to advanced civil engineering work and related duties as required. This is an engineering position with emphasis on project management, construction administration, detailed design and plan review. Performs engineering work responsible for the planning, programming, design and construction of public improvement projects. Instructions, orders and guidelines are provided by the Engineering Services Supervisor, the City Engineer, and the Public Service Director. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: o Administration of a variety of public improvement projects including, preliminary and final cost estimates, preparing bid documentation and procuring bids, conducting field investigations, coordinating with other agencies. o Participates and assists in the development and completion of improvement plans including the coordination and preparation of contract documentation and legislation. o Coordinates and assists in overseeing the office and field operations in the gathering and compilation of field data for the layout and construction of streets, subdivisions, drainage structures, utility installations, water works, parks buildings and other public works projects. o Designs and reviews improvements which may include establishing horizontal and vertical alignments, determine typical sections, curve computations, setting grades, analyzing alternatives, specifying material, etc. o Reviews and checks site plans, subdivision plans and construction drawings for compliance with City standards. o Designs and reviews storm water management systems including, pollution prevention techniques, storm drainage systems, and storm-water management facilities. o Actively seeks out, makes necessary application and administers federal, state, county and local grants for the City. o Determines and calculates assessments, performs construction inspections, maintains adequate utility maps and engineering records, researches record information, performs engineering studies. o Performs related work as required. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities o Considerable knowledge of the theory and principles of civil engineering; modern methods and techniques used in the construction and maintenance of public works projects o Knowledge of current storm water management and erosion control practices; modern techniques for treating water and wastes; structural design; hydraulics and hydrology; inspection methods and procedures on public works projects. o Knowledge of design techniques, tools and principles in the development of plans, drawings and models. o Ability to make decisions recognizing established engineering practices and procedures; prepare comprehensive technical reports; write and speak effectively. o Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with associates, all government officials, contractors, engineers, property owners, and the general public o Ability to apply for and administer all types of grants. o Must be able to negotiate rough terrain and climb in and out of trenches and excavations. o Ability to consider the costs and benefits of potential actions and to choose the most appropriate option. o Ability to use logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems. o Identify complex problems and review related information to develop and evaluate options and implement solutions. o Skill in the use of a personal computer and to use appropriate spreadsheet, database, word processing and ACAD software

Required Credentials:  Possession of a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or closely related field and at least three (3) years of experience in civil engineering. Preferred Qualifications: Current State of Ohio Professional Engineer’s License and five (5) years of experience as a professional engineer.

How to Apply: E-Mail: Tara McCulloch, Human Resources Director at

Date Posted:  October 23, 2018

Employer:  City of Troy WTP

Job Title:  Water Treatment Plant Operator 

Job Opening Description:  Under general supervision ensures plant and equipment are operating in accordance with regulatory standards; operates and monitors Water Treatment Plant; collects water samples and performs basic chemical tests; maintains plant equipment and performs preventive maintenance on equipment.Pay Range: $23.56 – $29.47. Third Shift.

Required Credentials:  Required Credentials: Completion of secondary education; additional training and/or experience which evidences an advanced knowledge of water treatment plant operations; ability to operate and maintain related equipment; must have an Ohio Commercial Drivers License or obtain within 60 days; Hold Class I OEPA (Class III preferred) Water Supply Operator certification, or a current Class I Water Supply OIT certificate permitting licensure within 12 months. Obtain an OEPA Chemical Certification as soon as OEPA survey can be scheduled.

How to Apply: Candidates must submit a written letter of request for consideration and a resume, including copies of all applicable certifications to the Human Resources Director at 100 S. Market St. Troy, Ohio 45373. Applications and resumes accepted until position filled.

Date Posted:  October 17, 2018

Employer:  water treatment plant

Job Title:  Water Treatment Plant Operator II

Job Opening Description:   Job Summary: The Water Treatment Plant Operator II is responsible for collecting water samples and analyzing samples as required. Full Chemical Analysis Certification and Full Microbiology Laboratory Certification as required by Ohio EPA must be maintained at all times. Ohio Class II Water Supply License is required. Water Treatment Plant Operator II will assist maintenance and repair activities of the facility. Requires two (2) years of experience in work involving chemical analyses and operations of a Water Treatment Plant. A two (2) year degree in chemistry, biology or other water related fields is preferred. Valid Full Wet Chemistry and Microbiology Laboratory Certification issued by the Ohio EPA is required within six (6) months of appointment.

Required Credentials:  Water Treatment Plant Operator II will assist maintenance and repair activities of the facility. Requires two (2) years of experience in work involving chemical analyses and operations of a Water Treatment Plant. A two (2) year degree in chemistry, biology or other water related fields is preferred. Valid Full Wet Chemistry and Microbiology Laboratory Certification issued by the Ohio EPA is required within six (6) months of appointment.

How to Apply: Pay: $16.13/hr plus benefits. Send applications/resumes to City Manager, Administration Building, 135 E. Ohio Ave, Sebring, Ohio 44672 or before 5:00 pm on Tuesday, November 2, 2018. To review the application, job description and benefit summary sheet, please visit the Sebring website at

Date Posted:  October 11, 2018

Employer:  City of Napoleon

Job Title:  Chief Water Treatment Operator

Job Opening Description:   The City of Napoleon has an opening for the position of Chief Water Treatment Operator. This position is responsible for performing supervisory and complex technical work in the operation, servicing and general maintenance of equipment in the Water Treatment Plant. This is a full-time position with a pay rate of $21.19 to $29.53 per hour.

Required Credentials:  Applicant must possess and maintain a Water Treatment Plant Operator Class III certification and valid State of Ohio CDL License.

How to Apply: Applications may be obtained from the City of Napoleon’s Administration Building, 255 W. Riverview Ave. PO Box 151, Napoleon, Ohio, 43545 or at A properly completed notarized application must be returned by 4:00 p.m. on Friday, November 9, 2018 to be considered. Applications submitted without following the above requirements will not be considered for employment.

Date Posted:  October 9, 2018

Employer:  City of Painesville

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. 

Required Credentials:  High School Diploma, Valid Class IV Operator Water Supply Certification from the Ohio EPA required. 5 years of progressively more responsible work experience in water system management & operation preferred.

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