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ASSISTANT SEWER SYSTEM OPERATOR/MAINTENANCE - Municipal Authority of Hazle Township

DISTRIBUTION OPERATOR - Capital Region Water

MAINTENANCE WORKER - Abington Regional Wastewater Authority

OPERATIONS MANAGER - Findlay Township Municipal Authority

UTILITY WORKER - SYSTEMS CONTROL DEPARTMENT - North Penn Water Authority
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ASSISTANT SEWER SYSTEM OPERATOR/MAINTENANCE
Municipal Authority of Hazle Township is accepting resumes for the full time position of Assistant Sewer Operator/Maintenance.  This position requires a reliable, self-motivated individual for the operation, maintenance and repair of sixteen (16) sewer pump stations, collection/conveyance system, and Authority office complex located in Hazle Township, Luzerne County.  Must be available to work weekends, holidays, and emergencies when needed, as this is an on-call position.  Minimum qualifications: High School graduate, must have a valid PA driver’s license, pass a pre-employment physical, drug/alcohol test, background check, and be able to lift and move objects weighing up to 50 pounds.  We offer a competitive salary commensurate with experience along with full benefits.  Licensed applicants are preferred, but are not required.

Please send resume to: 
General Manager
Municipal Authority of Hazle Township
P.O. Box 502 
Harleigh, PA  18225
Posted 8/22/18

DISTRIBUTION OPERATOR
Capital Region Water is looking for a driven, hardworking, and dedicated applicant for a Distribution Operator at the Dr. R.E. Young Water Service Center located on Pine Drive in Harrisburg, PA.

This entry level position is responsible for semi-skilled work involving the operation, construction, and maintenance of the water distribution system.  Work is performed under the general supervision of the Field Services Supervisor or other Division Management, as required.

Work involves but is not limited to the following: excavates and completes restoration of streets and sidewalks as required.  Operates jackhammer, earth tamper, power saws, pumps, generators, compressors, tapping machines, and pipe-locating and leak-detection equipment.  Performs laying, servicing, and repairing water mains and service lines, and the maintenance, repair, and installation of valves, fire hydrants, water meters, and MXUs. Loads and unloads trucks with materials (weighing up to 200 lbs. with assistance if possible).  Sets up and may use rescue retrieval system (weighing up to 200 lbs. with assistance from two (2) co-workers).  Performs customer service duties, such as opening and closing curb valves, setting and removing meters, special meter readings and leak inspection.  Performs flow testing of fire hydrants.  Remains alert and reacts appropriately to audio and/or visual alarms on vehicular equipment, gas detectors and rescue retrieval system.  Enters and exits ditches to perform service and repair work. 

Qualified applicants will possess the following:

  • Knowledge of the current practices in distribution system construction, operation, maintenance, and repair.

  • Ability to understand and follow instructions verbally and in writing.

  • Ability to operate specialized industry equipment.

  • Ability to perform record keeping and prepare maintenance reports manually and with computer software such as Microsoft Access and Excel.

  • Ability to react quickly and appropriately to alarms and hazardous situations.

  • High school diploma or equivalent.

  • One year's practical experience in installing, maintaining, and repairing water mains and appurtenances.

  • Experience in backhoe operation preferred. 

  • Valid Pennsylvania Driver’s License, Class C.

  • Or, any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills, and ability.

CRW is committed to providing employees with ample opportunities to contribute, to lead, and be recognized as innovators, to look beyond barriers to provide solutions, to be challenged in what they do and enjoy doing it.

CRW is an Equal Opportunity Employer equal opportunity employer.  Please visit www.capitalregionwater.com for more information about CRW and to apply. 
Posted 8/31/18

MAINTENANCE WORKER
The Abington Regional Wastewater Authority has an immediate opening for a full time Maintenance Worker at its wastewater treatment facility. Job responsibilities include; Schedule and perform routine maintenance, trouble shooting, and overhaul of equipment. Candidates must have experience in operation and maintenance of industrial equipment, and working with electricity in industrial applications, Ability to operate and understand PLC, SCADA and operate computers with MS based programs. Must possess and maintain a valid Pa Driver’s License. This is a hands on position requiring the ability to lift heavy objects and perform physical work on a regular basis. 

Salary is commensurate with experience and a benefit package is provided. 

E.O.E.

Mail resume to:
Abington Regional Wastewater Authority
P.O. Box 199
Chinchilla, PA 18410-0199

Or via e-mail: laurene@abingtonwastewater.org
Posted 8/31/18

OPERATIONS MANAGER
Findlay Township Municipal Authority is hiring an Operations Manager.

Job Status: Salary – Exempt
Reports to: General Manager
Salary: Dependent of Qualifications

General Summary: Under direction from the General Manager, this position will provide managerial direction to the Operations Department of the Municipal Authority.

Education: 2-year degree with a technical background preferred.

Experience: 5 years supervisory experience.  Experience in a utility field is preferred.

Knowledge: Water and wastewater operations, safety standards, construction methodologies, budget management, computer literacy.  Water and wastewater license strongly desired or must be able to obtain once hired.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Oversee the field operations staff, both water distribution and sewage collection.  This includes but not limited to; customer work orders, site maintenance, regulatory sampling, dye tests, service complaints, landscaping, and preventative maintenance.

  • Report and/or review all required testing data for the water distribution system as required by State and Federal guidelines.

  • Implementation of the Operations and Maintenance Plan, Emergency Response Plan, and Preventative Maintenance Schedule.  

  • Compile all Annual and Monthly reports as required by the PA DEP.

  • Implement and oversee the Safety Program for the Field Operations group.

  • Evaluate operational needs and present data to the General Manager in a professional manner

  • Review of developer projects, Authority construction projects, and provide department help as needed, included “On-Call” assistance as needed.

  • Resolution of customer complaints 

  • Be able to work and maintain a synergy between the Office and Field staff.

  • Track employee time off, vacation requests, and employee training as needed.

  • Provide the General Manager with a monthly operations report as required.

Working Conditions: Duties may be performed in an Office or in an outdoor environment in a variety of weather.  

DISCLAIMER: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by a person assigned to this position.  They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required to perform the job.

E-mail resume to Jason@ftmunauth.com
Posted 8/30/18

UTILITY WORKER - SYSTEMS CONTROL DEPARTMENT 
North Penn Water Authority is looking for an able bodied individual to work for us as a Utility Worker.

This position will be working primarily within all facilities but some outdoor work is required and will have the following responsibilities:

  • Ensure proper operations of wells, booster stations and tanks.

  • Ensure all water treatment requirements and regulations are adhered too, set forth by PADEP. 

  • Assist Systems Control Staff with water system maintenance and repair.

  • Provide basic electrical monitoring, testing and analysis for system operations in a safe and efficient manner.

  • Complete basic plumbing projects and pipe fitting work at all stations.

  • Complete station maintenance for facilities, including mowing, landscaping and easement clearing. 

  • Maintain company tools and equipment in good working order.

  • Available for after-hours call duty, for emergencies.

The qualified candidate must meet the following requirements:

  • Able to lift and carry/push/pull a minimum of 75 pounds 

  • Have a valid commercial driver’s license

  • Good physical mobility

  • Good balance

  • Good hand to eye coordination and dexterity

  • High School Diploma or GED

Work Schedule: Monday to Friday 7am to 3:30pm   

Interested individuals should apply at www.npwa.org

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer
Posted 10/16/18