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EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - The Municipal Authority of the Township of Robinson


LAB TECHNICIAN - WATER/WASTEWATER - Manheim Area Water and Sewer Authority

MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR - Spring Benner Walker Joint Authority


SOLICITORLehigh County Authority

TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR - Burrell Township Sewer Authority

WASTEWATER PLANT OPERATOR - Lower Salford Township Authority



The Municipal Authority of the Township of Robinson (Allegheny County, PA) is requesting applications for the position of its Executive Director. The Authority provides both water and sewer services to Robinson Township and adjacent communities.

It is desirable that the ideal candidate possess a bachelor’s degree in civil or environmental (sanitary) engineering or a related scientific field; at least five (5) years’ experience in water and/or wastewater treatment management and a degree in public administration or business. 

Desired skills: strong leadership ability, organizational skills, financial, computer, budgeting knowledge, employee and collective bargaining relations and public and governmental relations skills. The Executive Director will report to a seven-member Board of Directors.

The Authority is an equal opportunity employer.

Salary will be commensurate with experience.

Send resume, no later than October 15, 2019, to:
Albert J. Zangrilli, Jr., Esq., Solicitor
The Municipal Authority of the Township of Robinson

The resume must include salary and employment history. The Authority may request the names, addresses and phone numbers of references at some point in the selection process.

All applications and communications will be held in strict confidence.
Posted 10/1/19

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

Manheim Area Water and Sewer Authority is a Water and Wastewater Authority that offers stable leadership and growth, views employees as valuable resources, and rewards success with competitive pay and benefits.

We are seeking a self-motivated full-time Water and Wastewater Lab Technician to join our team in Manheim, PA and become an integral part of our team. The successful candidate primarily performs routine laboratory analysis and related tasks under the supervision of the Operations Manager.

This position comes with a full benefits package: health, Rx, eye, dental, life insurance, disability insurance, pension, vacation time, paid holidays, etc.

Clean and maintain wastewater laboratory and equipment, perform water and wastewater laboratory analysis on process and quality control tests, collect samples from various MAWSA locations, communicate test results to the licensed operators, perform other duties as required; including all MAWSA departments.

This position requires a high school diploma or equivalent, preferable knowledge of chemistry/biology, preferred two year certification related to water/wastewater industry, some experience in a lab setting. The ability to lift and carry 60 pounds and work under inclement weather conditions are necessary.  Candidates must possess reliable transportation, a valid PA driver’s license, and live within 30 minutes of our facilities.  Strong safety awareness and a good record and understanding of safe work practices are essential.

To apply, please go to www.mawsa.org, Contact Us, Employment Tab for instructions and more information.
Posted 9/16/19

An immediate opening exists at The Spring Benner Walker Joint Authority (SBWJA), a large Municipal sewer collection system located in Central PA near Bellefonte which serves approximately 30,000 residents in five municipalities. The system consists of 275 miles of gravity and 30 miles of pressure sewer mains with 18 submersible and suction lift pumping stations which convey from 50 to 500GPM with a daily average of 1.5 MGD.  The Authority also manages the Benner Township Water Authority serving close to 1,000 residents through three separate water wells and two storage tanks. This is a progressive and rapidly growing Authority which is seeking a Maintenance Supervisor. The successful candidate will have a minimum of a high school diploma with 3 years supervisory experience in the water/wastewater field. The successful candidate will also possess a current Commonwealth of PA Water License Class C subclass 7 and 12 endorsements  and a PA Wastewater License with a Class E subclass 4 endorsement or higher or the ability to obtain within one year of initial employment.  The successful candidate must possess a valid PA driver’s license, with a clean driving record and the ability to obtain a CDL within one year..

The Authority currently has eleven employees and will be expanding in the near future. The successful candidate will schedule and supervise the maintenance department’s daily activities as well as keeping updated on all required records of system operations and coordinate this work with the administrative staff.  The position requires the successful candidate to conduct business and maintain the same high standards already established by our Authority. There is an excellent opportunity for advancement for the right candidate. The SBWJA provides an excellent benefits package with competitive pay. 

To apply please forward your resume and salary requirements with references to:
Spring Benner Walker Joint Authority 
Maintenance Supervisor
170 Irish Hollow Road
Bellefonte, PA 16823 

Or:  submit electronically on-line at maintenance@sbwja.com

SBWJA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Posted 9/17/19

Environmental firm 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 subordinates and management team.  Experience with monthly and annual reporting, budgets and DEP regulations and monthly reporting.  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 9/24/19

Lehigh County Authority is seeking an in-house Solicitor to act as the sole legal advisor for the Authority. If you are an experienced attorney with a focus in municipal, contract, or real estate law, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity.  As the Solicitor you will work with the Board of Directors and staff members to provide significant administrative, strategic and legal support for the organization.  Ideal candidates will have knowledge of the Pennsylvania Municipalities Authorities Act and will have established relationships within the community.


  • Possession of a doctorate in law (J.D.) from an accredited college or university

  • Minimum 5-7 years of relevant work experience with focus in the practice of contract, real estate, and municipal law, and possessing familiarity with employment, environmental and utility law

  • Thorough knowledge of the law and its practice with special reference to contract, municipal/utility and real estate law

  • Knowledge and familiarity with the Pennsylvania Municipalities Authorities Act

  • Knowledge in Government Ethics, Sunshine and Right-to-Know laws, and general water and sewer regulations

  • Knowledge of the principals and practices of business administration

  • Ability to successfully apply knowledge and experience in law to acting as solicitor for the organization in giving proper legal advice and in pursuing protection and enforcement of Authority rights

  • Ability to apply legal concepts to technical, managerial, and administrative matters

  • Ability to express oneself clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing

  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relations with others

  • Ability to negotiate successfully

  • Ability to work independently without legal staff support and dialog

For more information and to apply: https://myhrpartnerinc.com/careers/at-our-clients/?p=job%2FoBSTafwg

Posted 8/29/19

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 

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

The Lower Salford Township Authority located in Harleysville PA, is seeking a full-time licensed wastewater plant operator.  Current PADEP Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator's certificate preferred, but not required.  

The minimum requirement is a Class C, E, subclass 1, 4 PADEP Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator's License or the ability to obtain certification as a condition of employment.

The Authority operates two activated sludge treatment plants, pump stations and collection system.  The position is responsible for the operation, maintenance and repairs of the treatment plants, pump stations and collection system to ensure an efficient and safe operation.  Duties include monitoring and maintaining the wastewater treatment system to ensure compliance with specific regulatory standards and requirements.

Basic knowledge of mechanics, plumbing, electric, problem solving and safety practices are preferred.  Experience with Microsoft Office, SCADA, GIS and computer skills a plus.  Must be able to work weekends and holidays on a rotating schedule. Valid PA driver's license required.

Compensation is commensurate with experience. A competitive benefits package including a defined contribution pension plan, fully paid medical/dental/vision for employee and family, long-term disability, short-term disability and life insurance is provided.

Send resume or work history to PO Box 243 Harleysville PA 19438 or email to lsta.sewer@lstasewer.org  

Posted 9/20/19

The University Area Joint Authority (UAJA) in State College, Pennsylvania seeks applications for the position of a Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator.  This position entails the operation of a 9 MGD Activated Sludge/ BNR Treatment and Water Reuse Facility and requires shift, weekend and holiday hours scheduled on a rotating basis.  The preferred candidate will possess Pennsylvania Wastewater Operator Certification Class A, Subclass 1. Candidates with education, training or skills pertinent to the position will also be considered. The successful candidate must obtain Class A, Subclass 1 certification within four (4) years of hire.  Candidates should be self-motivated and able to work independently with minimal direct supervision.  UAJA offers a competitive salary and benefit package and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Please mail resumes by November 12, 2019 to:

Posted 10/10/19