DIRECTOR OF STORMWATER MANAGEMENT - Wyoming Valley Sanitary Authority


GENERAL MANAGER - Municipal Authority of the City of Monongahela

OPERATIONS MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN - ** 2 Positions Available ** - Lehigh County Authority



WATER SYSTEM OPERATOR-IN-TRAINING - Elizabethtown Area Water Authority


The Director of Stormwater Management Program is responsible to coordinate the Municipal Authority’s Stormwater Management Program.  Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Director oversees the stormwater management program to insure compliance with the requirements of the MS4 Permits held by WVSA and/or partner municipalities and other federal, state, and local regulations regarding stormwater.  Plan, organize and administer the permitting, monitoring, inspection, enforcement, pollution prevention, and data management activities of the Stormwater Program in accordance with federal, state and local laws and MS4 Permit.  When appropriate, coordinate the investigation of storm water run-off, industry related storm water quality and water quality problems, complaints and violation of the MS4 Permit and related to storm water regulations, initiate and conduct site visits and communicate with property owners and recommend solutions and/or mitigation measures; coordinate preparation of violations as necessary.

The Director has direct responsibility for the activities over the administration, operation, maintenance and business functions of WVSA’s Stormwater Management Program in accordance with engineering standards and Federal State and Local regulations.  Supervision is exercised over Departmental supervisors responsible for the operation, administration, maintenance, field maintenance and laboratory activities.  The Director plans, supervises, coordinates and directs various Division functions under the policy direction of the Executive Director.  Assignments are received and administered orally and in writing.

For more information and complete Job Descriptions please visit our website at: www.wvsa.org

Wyoming Valley Sanitary Authority is an Equal Opportunity Institution and EEO/Affirmative Action Employer committed to excellence through diversity. Employment offers are made on the basis of qualifications and without regard to race, sex, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability, age, veteran status or sexual orientation.
Posted 11/6/17


The Mount Pocono Municipal Authority is accepting applications for an Executive Director for its sewer system. The successful candidate shall possess strong accounting skills, including long term planning, budget, personnel and computing skills, have a proven managerial background, a strong working knowledge of wastewater treatment plant operation, including an understanding of microbiology of wastewater and the biochemical wastewater treatment processes and constraints in order to ensure the MPMA is in compliance with laws, regulations, contracts and grant agreements. The successful candidate shall reside within a one-hour travel distance of the MPMA.  Applicants should submit a resume, including educational background, professional background, operation and maintenance experience, a minimum of three business references, desired salary range and availability to the MPMA at 1361 Pocono Blvd., Suite 101, Mount Pocono, PA 18344 or at mpmamgr@ptd.net. A full job description is available upon request. The MPMA is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer. 
Posted 11/16/17

The Municipal Authority of the City of Monongahela (Authority) has an opening for a General Manager to join our team because of the upcoming retirement of our General Manager. The General Manager is responsible for directing and supervising operational activities at the Monongahela Wastewater Treatment Plant and sewer interceptor system and supervising the office staff.
Reporting to the Authority Board, the General Manager will work with a high degree of collaboration with the plant staff and engineer of record. The General Manager will be responsible for planning, assigning and coordinating activities to the operators, maintenance staff, and others engaged in the plant’s operational activities.  Important aspects of the work are ensuring the plant meets regulatory effluent standards and the system operates in alignment with its Long Term Control Plan. Strong knowledge of the state and federal regulatory compliance standards and reporting is required. 

  • Education, Licenses and Certifications: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Engineering, Environmental Science, or other related field (preferred). Possession of valid driver’s license as issued by State of Pennsylvania is required. Class B, Sub classification 1 Wastewater System Operators Certificate is preferred.

  • Experience: At least seven (7) years of professional experience of managing water / wastewater utility operations, projects, and budgets; or managing a department or organization having regulatory compliance responsibility. A strong knowledge of wastewater system operations is preferred (including wastewater treatment processes, solids handling, collection system maintenance and rehabilitation, laboratory testing, maintenance activities, and relevant regulations). Experience using Operator 10 for process maintenance and QuickBooks for accounting management will be reviewed very favorably. Having a basic understanding of Geographic Information System (GIS) tools such as ESRI ArcGIS is a plus.

Candidates can submit a resume with three (3) professional references and may obtain an application and complete job description at ewhite@monauthority.net.
Posted 9/25/17


Lehigh County Authority is looking to add 2 Operations Maintenance Technicians to their Allentown, PA team.  The Operations Maintenance Technician is responsible for performing all levels of skills and unskilled technical work in the maintenance and operations of wastewater and water systems.  

This role requires an experienced candidate who is familiar with wastewater / water and sewer maintenance and repair tools and methods.  Qualified candidates must possess (or have the ability to obtain) a Water Operator’s Licenses (Class A with subclasses) or a Waste Water Operator’s Licenses (Class D or better).  In addition, candidates must possess (or have the ability to obtain) a CDL Class A with tanker and air brake endorsement.  Knowledge of CMMS (computerized maintenance management system) or similar systems preferred.  Electrical license or knowledge of PLC motor controls and instrumentation is highly desired.


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 you would be eligible for competitive pay and benefits including:

  • Health, dental and vision coverage – covers employee and eligible dependents with affordable employee contributions

  • 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).

Click below for full job description and to apply: https://myhrpartnerinc.com/careers/at-our-clients/?p=job%2FoJrm6fwm 

PLEASE NOTE - To be considered, all applicants MUST include:

  • An updated resume

  • Brief cover letter describing why you meet the qualifications for our position

  • Salary history and/or requirement

Our hiring management partner is myHR Partner. myHR Partner is not a staffing service or recruiter. All resumes/applications will be reviewed for this position and only for our organization. Applicants who meet the initial qualifications will be contacted for a phone interview.

All applicants can check the status of their application by logging on to the myHR Partner web portal at www.myhrpartnerinc.com and logging on to your personal profile in the Job Postings area.

If you are selected to receive an offer of employment with our company, your employment may be contingent upon the successful completion of work references and other background checks.

Posted 11/16/17


C.S. Davidson, Inc. has an immediate opening for a Project Engineer with an environmental focus to join the civil team in our York office.  As a project engineer on this team you are dedicated to providing the technical design and engineering required to ensure successful solutions for our water and wastewater clients.  

Job Requirements:

  • Professional Engineer licensed in Pennsylvania

  • Experience planning, permitting and designing water and wastewater facilities

  • Ability to effectively interact with clients, operators, and regulators

  • Strong mentoring skills

Desirable Skills:

  • Ambition to lead a team

  • Interest in representing clients

C.S. Davidson, Inc. has been a part of the Central Pennsylvania community since 1923.  We are employee-owners invested in making our community a better place.  Our success is shared with our employees through competitive wages and benefits along with Profit Sharing and ESOP plans established to provide retirement income and financial security.  Visit our website at www.csdavidson.com to learn more.  Interested candidates should email their cover letter and resume to Deena Trebilcock, Human Resource Manager at: dat@csdavidson.com.  C.S. Davidson, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.
Posted 11/20/17

Public Relation and Regulatory Liaison is responsible for the administration, leadership, management, and operation of the strategic communications of the Wyoming Valley Sanitary Authority including its Stormwater and Sanitary Management Division. The Coordinator is responsible for enabling effective relationships with partner municipalities, stakeholders, government officials, public schools, media representatives, community leaders, employees and the general public. This Position takes direction from the Director of Stormwater Management and the Executive Director. Though primarily responsible for MS4 Stormwater Division MCMs this person will also be required to provide the same outreach measures and serve as spokesperson for the wastewater side of the Wyoming Valley Sanitary Authority as directed. 

For more information and complete Job Descriptions please visit our website at: www.wvsa.org

Wyoming Valley Sanitary Authority is an Equal Opportunity Institution and EEO/Affirmative Action Employer committed to excellence through diversity. Employment offers are made on the basis of qualifications and without regard to race, sex, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability, age, veteran status or sexual orientation.
Posted 11/6/17


Elizabethtown Area Water Authority (EAWA) is seeking candidates for a Water System Operator-in-Training.  This position is subject to a six-month probationary period. Applicants shall request and complete an application from and provide with a resume to Elizabethtown Area Water Authority, 211 W. Hummelstown St., Elizabethtown, PA 17022, (717) 367-7448, before 9/29/2017.  A detailed Job Description can be obtained  www.etown-water.com. This position is not eligible for reimbursement of relocation expenses. EAWA is an equal opportunity employer and maintains a smoke & drug free workplace. Principals only.

Full-Time Operator-in-Training – A Water System Operator in Training (OIT) performs semi-skilled, technical type tasks, necessary for the daily operation and maintenance of the water system. An OIT shall be in the process of obtaining a PA DEP water system operator certification and will be entrusted with environmental and public health regulatory compliance along with the EAWA certified Operator. An Operator works under the direction of the Operations Supervisor, with senior oversight by the Operations Manager. The position requires moderate to heavy physical labor, in cold, hot, wet, indoor & outdoor environments. The selected applicant must possess or be able to obtain a Pennsylvania Driver’s License and will be required to obtain a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) Class B within 12 months of the date of hire. The position requires rotational shiftwork that includes weekends and responding to emergency calls at night, weekends, and holidays.

Successful applicants will have the following:

  • High school graduate, or General Educational Development;

  • Two years of professional public works experience or equivalent or successful completion of a two-year certified program / advanced training in water treatment. Alternately, the applicant may demonstrate experience by having passed the Pennsylvania Certified Operator Part 1 – General Exam.

Posted 9/19/17