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ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER - West Manchester Township Authority
ASSOCIATE STAFF ENGINEER - Brodhead Creek Regional Authority
CONSTRUCTION INSPECTOR - C.S. Davidson, Inc.
ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER - C.S. Davidson, Inc.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - Pennsylvania Municipal Electric Association
FIELD INSPECTOR AND/OR FIELD MANAGER - Peters Creek Sanitary Authority
MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR - Gettysburg Municipal Authority
OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR - Capital Region Water
OPERATORS - Canonsburg-Houston Joint Sewer Authority
PROJECT ENGINEER - Capital Region Water
PROJECT MANAGER - CIVIL/MUNICIPAL - C.S. Davidson, Inc.
SHIFT SUPERVISOR – WATER/WASTEWATER OPERATIONS - Lehigh County Authority
SOLICITOR, IN-HOUSE - Lehigh County Authority
SOLICITOR, INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR - Lehigh County Authority
UTILITY TECHNICIAN - Hellertown Borough Authority
WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY OPERATOR - New Hanover Township Authority
ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER
The West Manchester Township Authority (often called the Shiloh Water System) is a small water system that serves 3800 customers in the Shiloh portion of West Manchester Twp. in York, Pa. The system has 270,000 feet of main; 3 water tanks; 9 wells; has only 10% unaccounted for water loss; has no debt; and has one of the lowest water rates in the State of Pennsylvania. The Authority needs an experienced individual who is proficient in the technical aspects of managing a water system and can act as assistant system manager while learning how the authority operates. It is expected that the person filling this position will grow into the job of Manager when the Manager retires. Individual must be able and willing to continue the excellent work being done, yet continue to move the water system toward a “state of the art” system while still maintaining the system' small town feel.
Day to day services to maintain the quality of water.
Provide maintenance of the water supply system, including wells, storage tanks and the distribution system.
Maintain equipment to the highest standards of care.
Directs contractors in standard or emergency repairs or improvements.
Coordinates shut offs, responds to complaints of customers and inspects water system as directed.
In the absence of the General Manager, runs the day to day operations of the water system.
Performs such other duties as may be assigned by the General Manager
High school education required, advanced degree preferred.
PA State certifications as water works operator or ability to obtain such certifications.
Five or more years’ experience as an employee of a water authority or company with management experience preferred.
Ability to grow into job of General Manager.
Knowledge of and ability to use, computers and related sophisticated equipment.
Ability to act as manager for periods when the General Manager is absent or incapacitated.
Work Environment, Physical Demands and Other Requirements:
Must be able to lift 50 lbs. and perform strenuous physicals activities.
Ability to work in the presence of hazardous chemicals.
Ability to climb ladders, work in confined spaces.
Ability to effectively utilize appropriate safety equipment and procedures.
Ability to visually and physically inspect and repair equipment.
Ability to work exposed to weather temperature extremes.
Ability to deal with prolong standing and hours.
Ability to operate equipment as required.
Ability to use PC and office software such as Outlook, Word and Excel.
Ability to read distribution maps and other engineering plans.
Must possess a valid Pennsylvania driver’s license.
Salary: $ 50,000 to $ 70,000 annually.
Benefits: West Manchester Township Authority is an equal-opportunity employer and offers a competitive benefits package.
If you wish to apply, please send a resume and references to:
West Manchester Township Authority
2115 Log Cabin Road
York, PA 17408
Or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please feel free to contact John Horvatinovic at 717-309-1244 with any questions about the position.
ASSOCIATE STAFF ENGINEER
The Brodhead Creek Regional Authority (BCRA) is currently accepting applications for the position of Associate Staff Engineer. This position is located in Monroe County, PA.
The Brodhead Creek Regional Authority is a public, non-profit, water and wastewater Authority located in Stroud Township, Monroe County, PA. The applicant must possess a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in civil engineering with four to eight (4-8) years’ experience in water/wastewater engineering. AutoCAD and advanced Microsoft Office skills with an emphasis on spreadsheet operations; ArcGIS experience is helpful but not required.
Applicants must possess a current E.I.T. certificate and a valid PA driver’s license.
The position offers a comprehensive benefits package and defined benefit retirement plan. Visit www.bcrawater.com for full job description. Please contact Randi Alejandro with questions or submit your resume to email@example.com. Resumes and applications accepted through May 31, 2019. BCRA is an EOE.
Assist with management of water and wastewater construction projects
Assist in the preparation of engineering studies and reports
Prepare project status reports; permit applications for various agencies and utilities
Assist with management of project construction, including preparation of contract documents, specification interpretation, monthly pay estimates, and negotiation of change orders
Assist with the oversight of waterline connection phases of projects to assist customers in connecting homes and/or businesses to the public water system
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in civil engineering with four to eight (4-8) years’ experience in water/wastewater engineering
E.I.T. certificate and valid PA driver’s license
Working knowledge of the principles and practices of civil engineering with special reference to water and wastewater engineering
Working knowledge of surveying, design, standard engineering calculations and mathematics
Excellent organizational, project, and construction management skills
AutoCAD and advanced Microsoft Office skills with emphasis on spreadsheet operations
ArcGIS experience a plus
Have you spent years working hard on public improvement construction projects continually observing and learning? We are looking for someone to keep their boots on the ground as an Inspector with C.S. Davidson, Inc. As an Inspector, you provide professional representation of the firm and its clients to ensure work is being completed according to plans and specifications. You will travel to construction sites to enforce contract requirements and document daily activities. Your ability to gather information, identify problems, communicate with project managers and make informed decisions is valuable. Organization skills, the ability to work independently, and advanced roadway and utility construction knowledge are key qualities you possess.
As an engineer on our team, you understand the connection between civil engineering and the environment. Become an employee-owner at C.S. Davidson, Inc. and apply your problem-solving skills to help meet the challenges of today’s clients. As a multi-discipline firm, we work with local municipalities to improve and protect the infrastructure of our communities.
C.S. Davidson, Inc. is anxious to hire an engineer to join our environmental team in the York office. As a member of this team, you will design, develop and manage solutions for our client’s water and wastewater projects. You will be involved in nearly every stage of projects designed to rebuild and repair the public infrastructure while protecting our natural resources. We offer a supportive team to feed your continued desire to learn and keep up with advances in technology, equipment, codes, and government regulations.
Pennsylvania Municipal Electric Association (PMEA), a statewide organization of 33 Pennsylvania Boroughs who operate public power systems, seeks skilled, organized, & motivated applicants for the position of Executive Director. The FT Exec Director will be the Association’s only employee. This is an outstanding opportunity to shape an important and growing organization. Duties include managing the legislative & organizational affairs under a 7 member Board of Directors; managing legal, engineering, and legislative consultants; organizing and fulfilling membership services; public speaking on the role, purpose and benefits of public power; lobbying and legislative activities with state elected officials & staff; and providing services for member communities. Required skills include demonstrated leadership & management experience; excellent oral & written communication skills; ability to work both independently and with other state & national associations; and the ability to effectively build and nurture professional relationships. Applicants must possess a bachelor’s degree; experience in government preferred; knowledge of public power a plus. Ability to qualify as a Pennsylvania State Lobbyist is required. Salary range $90-110,000 with excellent benefits; actual salary based on experience/qualifications. Send cover letter, resume, and salary history/expectation with all included in only one attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline noon on July 16, 2019. For full job description, go to www.pmea.us. EOE.
FIELD INSPECTOR AND/OR FIELD MANAGER
Peters Creek Sanitary Authority (PCSA) is in need of field personnel. The position(s) is primarily responsible for the coordination, management and inspection of work performed on PCSA sewer lines. The Field Inspector ensures that work performed on sewer lines is consistent with OSHA standards, federal, state, local, Rules and Regulations, and the Authority Construction Standards and Specifications. Additional duties include:
Conducts inspections, performs maintenance, tests and monitors the PCSA systems, including but not limited to, performing smoke/dye testing, Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV), Right-of-Way and backwater valve compliance, deduct meter and non-public meter readings;
Conducts in-house engineering plan review and sewage availability review;
Coordinates scheduled operational repairs;
Maintains daily notes / report log of assigned field activities and sanitary sewer line plan review;
Responds to emergencies involving PCSA system;
Must be physically able to walk over rough terrain in a variety of weather conditions, including snow, ice and rain;
Must be physically able to lift 100 lbs. maximum and must be able to frequently lift/carry 50 lbs., as U.S. Department of Labor standards;
Monitors and reports customer violations, including but not limited to illegal tap-ins;
Licenses/Certifications: Valid Driver’s License.
*Uniform Construction Code (UCC) Commercial Plumbing Certification within 1 year of employment.
Technical: Uniform Construction Code (UCC) Commercial Plumbing Certification preferred.
Abilities: Ability to follow Authority’s Rules and Regulations, manage costs and quality, organize schedule, prioritize, and meet deadlines. Maintain Authority Construction Standards and Specifications, Proficiency with Microsoft Office, PA One Call System & internet use.
Communication: Communicates clearly & professionally. Contributes to a positive internal & external customer experience. Maintains composure in challenging situations. Collaborates with others. Promotes a culture of diversity, respect, & takes accountability for own performance.
Problem Solving & Quality: Pays attention to detail. Identifies & solves complex issues.
Please send cover letter, salary requirement, & resume to email@example.com, or fax: 724-348-6630
*All experience levels are welcome to apply; position can vary from entry level to management.
*Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
Gettysburg Municipal Authority is seeking a full-time Maintenance Supervisor.
This is a skilled supervisory position, involving technical, administrative and lead work in the maintenance department of all GMA’s facilities including, but not limited to, water treatment and wastewater treatment facilities. Work is full time Monday thru Friday and may including evenings and weekends occasionally.
Knowledge of pump and motor maintenance and repair, knowledge of both single and three phase electrical circuitry, knowledge of SCADA and PLC’s and knowledge of troubleshooting facility equipment. Knowledge of Word and Excel with the ability to learn internal software programs. Applicant must also possess the ability to lift and carry 50 pounds, perform work in all weather conditions, provide stable employment, attendance, and pass a complete background investigation. Weekends and holiday work as needed, as well as emergency call-outs with a response time of less than one hour. High School diploma or Equivalent. No record of convictions or ARD dispositions for driving under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol. No record of a felony conviction, a willingness to submit to a criminal background investigation and drug and alcohol screening.
Interested parties may submit a cover letter and resume to Mark Guise Utilities Manager, at P O Box 3307 Gettysburg Pa, 17325 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by July 8, 2019. A full list of responsibilities and duties can be found on our web page at www.gettysburgma.com.
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Gettysburg Municipal Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Operations Supervisor is responsible for the day-to-day and long-term optimization of the Capital Region Water (CRW) drinking water treatment process. The water treatment process under the management of this position includes the Raw Water facilities of the pristine DeHart Reservoir, and the Susquehanna River Pump Station, a 20 MGD computerized conventional mixed-media gravity filtration water treatment plant at the Water Services Center, and finished water pumping and storage facilities within the distribution system.
This employee receives assignments and direction from and reports directly to the Director of Water Operations.
To perform this job successfully, the individual must be able to perform and satisfactorily meet the essential job responsibilities and functions for this position. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the job responsibilities.
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Canonsburg-Houston Joint Sewer Authority is hiring full-time operators. Full-Time – Full Benefits – needed for Wastewater Plant for all shifts. Must be able to work independently, lift 100 lbs, obtain a Wastewater License within 2 yrs of hire. Licensed Operator Preferred.
Please mail or e-mail resume to –
Canonsburg-Houston Joint Sewer Authority
68 East Pike Street - Suite 103
Canonsburg, PA 15317
To perform this job successfully, and individual must be able to perform and satisfactorily meet the essential job responsibilities and functions for this position. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the job responsibilities.
This position will work in Capital Region Water’s Engineering Department to assist in planning and administering capital improvement programs to ensure the resilience of our infrastructure systems.
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PROJECT MANAGER - CIVIL/MUNICIPAL
Are you driven to elevate the client experience? Come work as a Project Manager at a respected firm with a long-standing reputation for high standards. C.S. Davidson, Inc. is an employee-owned, consulting engineering firm that has over 95 years of experience representing clients in south central PA. We have diverse and valued staff dedicated to finding solutions that improve our communities.
C.S. Davidson, Inc. is seeking a qualified Project Manager for the civil engineering team in our York office. As a project manager on this team, you will put your skills to work managing and completing project deliverables to our municipal clients within scope, schedule, and budget. Your project management experience is reflected in your innate ability to provide successful solutions to our municipal clients. In this role, as a project manager, you will mentor, and motivate your project team to keep projects flowing smoothly and on-time. Excellent communication skills, efficient work habits, and the ability to provide exemplary service to clients are the key qualities you have to thrive in this project manager position.
SHIFT SUPERVISOR – WATER/WASTEWATER OPERATIONS
Lehigh County Authority has an opening for Shift Supervisor to support the water/wastewater operations. As a Shift Supervisor, you will perform a variety of duties to assure the proper and efficient operations of Allentown’s water treatment facilities and wastewater treatment facilities. This role serves as the supervisory functional point of contact for emergencies during second and third shift operations for the water distribution system and sewage conveyance systems, in addition to the treatment plant facilities. The required shift for this position is 3:00 pm – 3:00 am.
This position requires a minimum of 6 years of experience in water/wastewater operations, 2 years in a supervisory role. Candidates should possess a valid Class A Wastewater Systems Operator Certificate and/or a valid Class A Water System Operators Certificate.
Experience and Licenses:
At least 6 years of experience in wastewater treatment or in water filtration operations is required.
2 years is a supervisory role is preferred.
Must possess a valid PA driver’s license. Possession of a Class A, Sub classification 2 Wastewater Systems Operators Certificate and a Class A, Sub Classifications 1, 7, 8, 10, 12 Water Systems Operators Certificate highly preferred.
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Lehigh County Authority (“the Authority”) is a municipal authority providing public water and wastewater service. We provide high quality, affordable and reliable water and sewer service to more than 55,000 customers primarily in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. The Authority is seeking applications from experienced and qualified lawyers to fulfill duties of Solicitor. This will be an in-house Solicitor position to replace the services provided by the Authority’s existing Solicitor who will be retiring.
However, the Authority is conducting a parallel search for an independent contractor to provide legal services so that both options may be considered within the same selection process. A Request for Proposals (RFP) has been prepared to assist with the search for an independent contractor, and includes the scope of work that is expected to be covered by either an independent contractor or in-house Solicitor, depending on the outcome of the search process. When applying for the in-house Solicitor position, please follow the timeline and schedule indicated in the RFP.
Applications will be due to the Authority by July 31, 2019 and shall include qualifications, salary requirements and statement of applicable experience to address the scope of work as outlined in the RFP. Applications will not be accepted from individuals without prior indication of interest. To indicate your interest in applying and to receive a full copy of the RFP, please contact Patricia Walck, Purchasing Manager: email@example.com.
SOLICITOR, INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR
Lehigh County Authority (“the Authority”) is a municipal authority providing public water and wastewater service. We provide high quality, affordable and reliable water and sewer service to more than 55,000 customers primarily in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. The Authority is seeking written proposals from experienced and qualified lawyers and legal firms to fulfill duties of Solicitor. This will be an independent contractor position to replace the services provided by the Authority’s existing Solicitor who will be retiring. However, the Authority is conducting a parallel search for an in-house Solicitor so that both options may be considered within the same selection process.
Proposals will be due to the Authority by July 31, 2019. Proposals will not be accepted from individuals/firms without prior indication of interest. To indicate your interest in proposing and to receive a full copy of the Request for Proposals, please contact Patricia Walck, Purchasing Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Hellertown Borough Authority is seeking a dedicated individual to take on our mission of providing continuous water and sewer services for the Borough of Hellertown. Individual should be able to work in a team environment, be motivated to go above and beyond for customers, and have general mechanical abilities to assist in daily operations. Interested individuals should be aware that we operate 24/7, in all weather conditions. The utility industry provides a fulfilling, long term career possibility, with opportunities for personal enrichment.
WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY OPERATOR
New Hanover Township Authority, Montgomery County, PA seeks a skilled and experienced individual to serve as its Wastewater Operator II or Operator III (trainee). Salary range for an Operator II is $24.69 to $28.11. Salary range for an Operator III is $17.68 to $23.06. Both positions offer opportunities for advancement.
The successful candidate will be responsible for a variety of tasks required to ensure proper operation and maintenance of the WWTP facilities and collection system. Candidates must possess both mechanical and electrical aptitude. Previous wastewater experience is desirable. The Operator II/III job descriptions are located on the township website. FT, 40 hrs/wk with OT required when needed. Participate in on-call, weekend and holiday rotation. Must be able to perform manual labor and lift 80 lbs. An Operator II must possess a PA DEP Wastewater System Class B, Subclass 1,4 Operator Certification. An Operator III must attain a valid PA DEP Wastewater System Class B, Subclass 1,4 Operator Certification within 18 months of employment. A valid PA CDL B with air brakes, tanker endorsement, and clean driving record or the ability to acquire the license within 6 months. Must pass drug/alcohol/physical exam. EOE.
Candidates need to fill out an employment application and submit their resume, cover letter and employment application in one attachment to Greg Rapp at email@example.com.
To view the entire job description and obtain the employment application, please visit our website at www.newhanover-pa.org.