DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION - Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority

LABORER/OPERATOR - Schuylkill County Municipal Authority

MANAGER - Brodhead Creek Regional Authority

MANAGER - Municipal Authority of Buffalo Township

OPERATOR, WASTEWATER - Schuylkill County Municipal Authority

PROJECT ENGINEER/ASSET MANAGER - Williamsport Municipal Sanitary & Water Authorities


UNION LABORER/OPERATOR FOR SEWER AUTHORITY - North Strabane Township Municipal Authority




Established in 1966, Lehigh County Authority (LCA) is a public water and wastewater utility committed to providing unparalleled service to residents and businesses in all our service areas.   We have an extraordinary opportunity for a proven Information Technology executive to lead and maintain all activities of the IT department as a Chief Information Officer (CIO).  

The CIO will be an integral member of the executive team, reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer.   This person is responsible for governing the strategic plan and direction of the department, providing oversight on IT governance, developing user groups, and assessing development training needs.  The CIO provides the vision, leadership and innovation to drive the adoption of technology and automation for the organization. Through this work, the CIO will also identify organizational needs for process improvement, knowledge retention and capture, and efficiency and will lead or support teams that may be developed to implement both technical and non-technical solutions.   

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Posted 11/21/16


The Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority is accepting resumes for a Director of Engineering & Construction. A summary of the position is reporting to the Executive Director, develops, directs, coordinates, organizes and manages the Engineering and Construction Division of the Authority; provides professional advice and detailed recommendations to the Executive Director and the Board of Directors in the development of the approved Capital Improvement and Special Project Program.

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Posted 12/8/16


The Brodhead Creek Regional Authority (BCRA) is accepting applications for the position of Authority Manager.  

The BCRA is a medium sized Water and Waste Water Authority headquartered in Stroud Township, Monroe County Pennsylvania.  It is governed by a five (5) member Board appointed by the Owner Municipalities to which the Authority Manager reports directly.

The BCRA is a fast growing Authority and a key economic development component in central Monroe County.  It is currently undertaking 8 major capital projects and is expanding services to other municipalities.

The Board will begin accepting applications for the Manager position from October 1, 2016 through December 1, 2016.  The position will start by no later than May 1, 2017.

BCRA will offer the successful candidate a generous benefit package and a defined benefit retirement plan (PMRS) with a salary commiserate with the candidate’s qualifications.  Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree in business, science or engineering with 5-7 years’ experience as a manager or assistant manager with an authority, local government entity with utility operations or with a private utility firm.  Pennsylvania experience together with Water and Waste Water Operator licenses are strongly preferred but not required.  

For additional information regarding this position, please visit our website www.bcrawater.com or call Mary Beth Brush at 570-421-3232.  Any person interested in this position should submit a cover letter, resume and salary expectations no later than December 1, 2016 by mail or e-mail to:        

    Mary Beth Brush, Human Resource Department 
    Brodhead Creek Regional Authority
    410 Mill Creek Road
    East Stroudsburg, PA 18301

The Brodhead Creek Regional Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Posted 9/12/16


The Williamsport Municipal Water Authority and Williamsport Sanitary Authority are dedicated to improving infrastructure and protecting public health and the environment.  We are currently seeking qualified applicants to join our team.

An entry level engineer with experience in the design, construction and operation of water and sewer systems. Requirements include a bachelor’s degree in engineering and working knowledge of AutoCAD and ESRI software programs.  

The Authorities are equal opportunity employers.  Detailed job descriptions are available at our website www.wmwa-wsa.org.

Job applications can be obtained from the Authority’s office at 253 W. Fourth Street in Williamsport, or applicants may forward a cover letter and resume to:

Posted 10/13/16


The Borough of Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, invites consulting firms to submit written proposals for: 

  1. Stormwater Management Plan Review and Capital Improvement Project Design, Cost Estimate, and Management Services

  2. Storm Sewer Utility Rate Structure and Credit Program

The Request for Proposal can be obtained from the Borough website at www.chambersburgpa.gov or by contacting Andy Stottlemyer at (717) 709-2289 or astottlemyer@chambersburgpa.gov

If the RFP is obtained from the website, prospective consultants must contact Mr. Stottlemyer to provide contact information in the event it is necessary to distribute addenda or other information related to the RFP.  Proposals will be received until 11:00 a.m. on Friday, January 20, 2017.
Posted 11/16/16

Assist sewer operator in repairs of equipment and sewer lines, perform general maintenance and labor, computer entry, and other similar duties as assigned by management. Current PA Driver’s License required. Operator License preferred.

Send resume and salary history to:
North Strabane Township Municipal Authority
Attn: Matthew Marasco, Authority Manager
1929B Route 519 South
Canonsburg, PA  15317
Posted 10/13/16


Established in 1966, Lehigh County Authority (LCA) is a public water and wastewater utility committed to providing unparalleled service to residents and businesses in all our service areas.   We have an extraordinary opportunity to ensure compliance with state laboratory accreditation requirements while assisting Operations as a Water Quality Manager / SWDA Regulatory Advisor.  

The Water Quality Manager / SWDA Regulatory Advisor will be an integral member of the LCA team, reporting directly to the Chief Compliance Officer.   This person is responsible for planning, organizing, coordinating, and overseeing the analytical testing requirements for the Suburban Division Water and Wastewater Operations to maintain compliance.  Strong knowledge of the state and federal regulatory compliance standards within water / wastewater industries is highly desired.

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Posted 11/21/16

The Borough of Carlisle is seeking a highly qualified professional who is inspired by interesting challenges of an established, but dynamic community for the position of Water Treatment Plant Supervisor. 

The Water Treatment Plant Supervisor serves as the Chief Plant Operator, oversees and directs the operation and maintenance of the water treatment plant, laboratory and staff.

Essential Functions: • Responsible for the Borough’s Water Treatment Plant and other above ground water treatment facilities including two finished water reservoir tanks, water pumping facility, three on-line elevated water storage tanks. • Exercises full supervisory responsibility over Operators and Mechanics. • Responsible for environmental compliance with numerous federal, state, and local regulations. • Ensures compliance by monitoring trends, reviewing operations, and recommending changes. • Participates in planning, design, construction, and operation of expanded water treatment facilities and improvement projects with staff, consulting engineers, Township representatives, Authority members, Borough Council members, and other advisors. • Is available for work related calls 24-hours per day, 7 days a week, year round. • Exercises considerable initiative in planning and developing programs for upgrading of water plant facilities. • Develops and administers operating budget, as well as, capital plans for programmed upgrading of water plant facilities, and other major projects. • Develops technical specifications for the purchase of equipment and material for the facilities, and reviews bids received and recommends purchase. • Develops Policy Briefing Summaries, monthly reports, correspondence, and other advanced writing tasks. • Responsible as staff liaison to municipal authority, develops meeting agendas, and takes and distributes meeting minutes. • Attends Borough Council meetings, as needed as representative for the Water Treatment Plant. • Interacts with citizens, lawyers, consultants, and other professionals as representative of the water Treatment Plant, as well as, other environmental concerns. • Assigns tasks, inspects and evaluates the work of WTP operators.
Other Functions: • Performs duties of a water treatment plant operator as needed. • Performs duties of a water treatment plant lab analyst as needed. • Performs other job-related duties as assigned.

Licenses Required: Maintains full licensing at Water Plant. Holds highest licenses at water plant facilities. Maintains Master License at water treatment plant and must successfully complete 30 C.E.U.’s.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in biology, chemistry, engineering, or related field. Eight years of responsible full-time water treatment plant experience, including five years of management experience preferred.

Salary range: $56,000-$78,000 DOE

How to apply: Resumes and cover letter no later than December 13, 2016 to thamilton@carlislepa.org.
Posted 11/21/16