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CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER/DIRECTOR OF FINANCE (CFO) - North Penn Water Authority

FACILITY MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR - Capital Region Water

LABORATORY SUPERVISOR - Borough of Highspire

MAINTENANCE MECHANIC - Lehigh County Authority

MAINTENANCE WORKER I - Lehigh County Authority

OPERATIONS MANAGER - WASTEWATER / WATER TREATMENT - Miller Environmental, Inc.

REGIONAL SERVICES AND PLANNING DIRECTOR - Lehigh County Authority

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES - Bellefonte Borough Authority

SEWER MAINTENANCE OPERATOR - Concord Township

TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR - Burrell Township Sewer Authority

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CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER/DIRECTOR OF FINANCE (CFO)
North Penn Water Authority is seeking a qualified Chief Financial Officer/Director of Finance (CFO) that will be responsible for leading, planning and organizing all aspects of the Finance Department to ensure the effective and efficient operation of the Authority.

The Director of Finance will establish goals and objectives for the Finance Department. Contribute to maximum operating efficiency through effective financial planning and reporting and the resolution of problems. Responsible to safeguard the Authority’s assets through effective internal controls. Work is performed under the direction of the Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

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Posted 7/22/19

FACILITY MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR
This professional and administrative position is responsible for supervising all maintenance personnel, activities, and construction at the Water Services Center, DeHart Dam and Watershed, and other various locations throughout the City.  This position is also responsible for surveillance and security of the dam, the grounds and all structures managed by Capital Region Water (CRW) in accordance with engineering standards and federal, state, and local regulations.  Supervision is exercised over maintenance personnel responsible for the operation of this division.  This employee plans, coordinates and directs the various divisional functions under the policy direction and supervision of the Director of Drinking Water.

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Posted 8/13/19

LABORATORY SUPERVISOR 
The Borough of Highspire is presently seeking to fill the position of Laboratory Supervisor in the Wastewater Treatment Plant. This position at the direction of the Public Works Superintendent, supervises, assigns, reviews and participates in the work of staff responsible for providing laboratory services and support of wastewater operations; ensures work quality and adherence to established policies and procedures; and provides training on proper laboratory test procedures and sample collection and processing. This position is responsible for the operation of the wastewater treatment plant laboratory and performs routine and specialized chemical, microbiological and physical laboratory analyses on wastewater and biosolids to comply with discharge requirements of the Boroughs 2 MGD Plant. 

The applicant must possess mechanical and technical aptitudes which could be applied toward the laboratory, operations, and maintenance skills required in wastewater treatment. Applicants may work non-traditional hours and must also be able to respond to emergency call-outs after normal work hours. Applicants must have a High School Diploma or G.E.D. A valid Pennsylvania Driver’s License, Class B (preferred.) A Pennsylvania Wastewater Treatment Plant Operators Certificate, Class B, sub classification 1, 5. Prior experience working in a laboratory setting is preferred. 

The employee must successfully pass a criminal background check, physical exam and drug test. Salary is $25.80 hr. after a 90 day probation period. Benefits are based on a union collective bargaining agreement. To receive an application and a full job description and requirements please contact the Highspire Borough Office by phone 717-939-3303 or in person at 640 Eshelman St. Highspire, Pa 17034. Return your completed application to Borough Manager, Highspire Borough 640 Eshelman St. Highspire, PA 17034. Applications will be accepted until September 2, 2019. Highspire Borough is an equal opportunity employer.
Posted 8/1/19

MAINTENANCE MECHANIC
Lehigh County Authority has an opening for a MAINTENANCE MECHANIC to support the operations of the wastewater treatment plant.  The Maintenance Mechanic will plan and implement the maintenance and repair of electromechanical operated systems, equipment, or pneumatic functional operations. This position requires a skilled candidate with hands-on experience in the maintenance, repair and installation of mechanical and electromechanical equipment.

ABOUT US:

Lehigh County Authority (LCA) is a municipal authority focused on providing high-quality, affordable water and sewer services to our customers.  We operate in a cost-effective and efficient manner that results in affordable rates for public services such as the water and sewer services LCA provides.

As an LCA employee in the Water Resources Department you would be eligible for competitive pay and benefits including:

  • Paid Health, dental and vision coverage – covers employee and eligible dependents with no employee contribution

  • Generous paid vacation, sick leave, personal days, and holidays

  • Company provided life insurance

  • Eligibility for two retirement plans - Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement Plan and 457(ICMA).

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • High school diploma or equivalent, plus two (2) or more years of experience in maintenance repair and installation of mechanical and electromechanical equipment, OR an equivalent combination of related education and experience.

  • Knowledge of plumbing materials, methods, techniques and tools commonly used in maintenance field.

  • Knowledge of 110 Volt, 220 Volt electrical panels as well as standard electrical testing equipment

  • Knowledge of basic computer operating skills.

  • Knowledge and ability to work alone and resolve minor problems.

  • Ability to fill out equipment data sheet on new equipment and maintains existing data sheets.

Additional requirements include:

  • Must be available to work a standby rotation and be available for emergency call out.

  • Valid driver’s license of the appropriate classification.

  • Must be willing to obtain a PA Pesticide Certification along with the appropriate categories as needed

  • Must be able to life and/or move up to 80 pounds

For full details and to apply, click link below:

https://myhrpartnerinc.com/careers/at-our-clients/?p=job%2Foy7Hafwg

EOE, M/F/D/V.
Posted 8/6/19

MAINTENANCE WORKER I
Lehigh County Authority has an opening for a Maintenance Worker I.  This is an excellent opportunity to join LCA’s team in a day shift position.  The Maintenance Worker I will assist higher classified workers or works alone on learned routines.  The responsibilities of this position include driving light trucks and using shovels, picks, hand and power tools and other tools to dig and backfill excavations as well as loading, unloading and moving department equipment, tools and materials.  Landscaping duties as assigned.

ABOUT US:

Lehigh County Authority (LCA) is a municipal authority focused on providing high-quality, affordable water and sewer services to our customers.  We operate in a cost-effective and efficient manner that results in affordable rates for public services such as the water and sewer services LCA provides.

As an LCA employee in the Water Resources Department you would be eligible for competitive pay and benefits including:

  • Paid Health, dental and vision coverage – covers employee and eligible dependents with no employee contribution

  • Generous paid vacation, sick leave, personal days, and holidays

  • Company provided life insurance

  • Eligibility for two retirement plans - Pennsylvania Municipal Retirement Plan and 457(ICMA).

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education, knowledge, and experience requirements:

  • High School diploma or GED equivalent, OR an equivalent combination of related education and experience required.

  • Forklift certification preferred

  • Valid PA driver’s license with Class C endorsement required

  • 1 year of experience in facilities or general maintenance preferred

  • Knowledge of hand tools, mowing and snow removal equipment

  • Ability to lift up to 80 lbs.

For full details and to apply, click link below:

https://myhrpartnerinc.com/careers/at-our-clients/?p=job%2Foq7Hafw8

EOE, M/F/D/V.
Posted 8/6/19

OPERATIONS MANAGER - WASTEWATER / WATER TREATMENT
Miller Environmental, Inc. has an immediate opening for a full-time  Operations Manager for wastewater and water treatment systems in eastern Pennsylvania and northeastern Maryland areas.

Firm is seeking experienced manager with a minimum of 10 years of wastewater and water treatment background, personnel supervision and scheduling, strong verbal and written communication skills in dealing with clients and personnel and management team.  Experience with monthly and annual reporting, budgets and DEP regulations.  Person must be experienced in operation and maintenance of multiple wastewater/water treatment processes, solids handling, and distribution and collection systems.  Position will require on call responsibilities.

PA Wastewater Operator certification C,1,2,3,4 minimum required.  PA Water Operator certification C,1-14 minimum required.  Higher level PA Operator certifications and MD Operator certifications a plus.  Work independently with limited supervision. Valid driver’s license req’d.

Firm offers a very competitive compensation package including medical, life, Std, Ltd, plus 401(k) plan with profit sharing.

Please e-mail resume, salary history and references to: INFO@Miller-Env.com 
Posted 7/11/19

REGIONAL SERVICES AND PLANNING DIRECTOR
Are you an experienced leader passionate about delivering exceptional value to customers through affordable and reliable water and wastewater services? If so, Lehigh County Authority encourages you to apply for an exciting new opportunity to serve in the capacity as the Regional Services and Planning Director.  In this role you would combine your leadership and strategic planning skills to support our mission of meeting the needs and expectations of both existing and future customers within the Lehigh Valley.

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Posted 7/11/19

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES
Bellefonte Borough Authority is requesting proposals for professional Engineering services. The purpose is to solicit proposals that will allow the Authority to select the most qualified firm that can provide services for the Big Spring Cover project. At a minimum, the firm shall be able to provide or have demonstrated experience in the following: PA DEP Safe Drinking Water regulations and permitting experience, architectural design, structural engineering, mechanical engineering, specifications, drawings. The firm will assist the Authority in the bidding of, and contracting for, the installation of a specialized cover over Bellefonte’s Big Spring. Complete proposal details may be obtained by contacting Ralph W. Stewart, Borough Manager at rstewart@bellefontepa.gov or 814.355.1501.  Proposal details are also available at www.Bellefonte.net. There will be a preliminary on-site meeting at the Big Spring to review existing conditions for firms intending to submit a proposal. Attendance is not mandatory, but highly encouraged. This meeting is scheduled for 10:30 am, August 14th, 2019. Proposals will be accepted until 4:00 PM, prevailing time, August 28th, 2019. Proposals shall be clearly marked on the outside, "Big Spring Cover - Engineering Services Proposal," and submitted to ATTN: Ralph Stewart, Bellefonte Borough Authority, 236 West Lamb Street, Bellefonte, PA 16823. Proposals that are faxed or e-mailed cannot be accepted.
Posted 7/2/19

SEWER MAINTENANCE OPERATOR
Concord Township is looking for a dynamic individual to join our Sewer Department Team!  This is a full-time entry level position with the opportunity to grow and learn some exciting technical skills as a Sewer Maintenance Operator.  Learn what it means to be Concord Proud and to work in a positive local government environment! A resume and employment application is due by Friday, July 12th via email to Ms. Terri Grant, Assistant Township Manager, tgrant@concordtownship.org. Click here for details – http://townshipofconcord.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Employment-application-Updated-5-8-2019.pdf

This is an entry level position responsible for assisting with technical duties of Township sewer operations and maintenance by assisting the Sewer Operators and Foreman with implementing the daily activities and operations of the Sewer Department.  This position is a “hands-on” position that will report directly to the Foreman. 

Individual must learn the operation of the Township sewer plants and weekly maintenance of equipment and pump stations. This will include but is not limited to operating both Township owned sewer plants as well as doing weekly checks and maintenance of all pump stations and flow monitoring stations.

Education required:
High school diploma/GED 

At least one year of similar experience and/or any equivalent experience and training that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities will be considered.  
Posted 6/24/19

TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR
The Burrell Township Sewer Authority has the following employment opportunity for a TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR.

The successful candidates must possess the following qualifications:

  • Class C&E WWTP Operator’s License, with Sub-classes 1&4 

  • Experience operating SBR treatment systems

  • Computer proficiency in MS Office

  • Experience with all aspects of treatment plant operation, DEP reporting, process control related laboratory analysis and collection system operation and maintenance 

JOB DESCRIPTION
The successful candidate will be responsible for all aspects of operating the treatment plant and collection system.  These responsibilities include, but are not limited to: completing and interpreting process control testing, operation and maintenance of all treatment related equipment, oversight and maintenance of the sewer collection system and completion of all DEP required reporting.

Position is intended to be full time with benefits.

Please send your Cover Letter, Resume and References to the address below by October 9, 2019:

Burrell Township Sewer Authority
Attn: Mr. David Semsick, Chairman
PO Box 454
Black Lick, PA 15716
(724) 248-7272
Posted 8/21/19