Salary: Negotiable based upon Experience
Position Qualifications: The Alabama Rural Water Association is seeking to fill a full time position as Program Manager. Qualifications should include a minimum of 3-5 years non-profit or management experience with demonstrated organizational skills, public speaking ability, knowledge and experience with Microsoft Office software in particular Excel, Word, PowerPoint as well as Publisher.
Additional experience with Information Technology capabilities and experience with the Legislative process will be helpful. Good public relations and excellent oral and written communication skills a must. Experience in financial or operational management of federal or state grant awards or extensive knowledge of A122 and A133 Internal Revenue Guidance is a plus. Applicant must possess a valid State of Alabama Driver’s License and must qualify for auto insurance through the Association’s Automobile Insurance policy.
Applicant must be willing to travel extensively. Applicant must live within a 60 mile radius of Montgomery or be willing to relocate.
Benefits: State of Alabama Retirement System, Local Government Blue Cross Blue Shield Health Insurance, company vehicle, annual leave, sick leave, federal holidays and more. This is a salaried position and negotiable based upon experience.
Deadline for Resume Submittal:
April 30, 2014
Email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 334 396-7090.
The Alabama Rural Water Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Job Description: Operates various process equipment in wastewater treatment plant(s).
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Monitors control panels and adjusts valves and gates to regulate flow of sewage trough facility
- Observes variations in operating conditions; interprets meter/gauge readings and tests results to determine requirements to comply with State & Federal permit conditions
- Starts and stops pumps, engines, and generators to manage flow of raw sewage through screening, aeration, settling, and sludge digestion processes
- Maintains log of operations and records meter and gauge readings
- Collects sewage sample and conducts laboratory tests
- If Grade IV Operator, may periodically be assigned to supervise operators of Grade II or Grade III certification level
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Works independently; effective communication both verbal and written; comprehends and follows written and verbal instructions
- Understands basic arithmetic skills including fractions and decimals; performs calculations for related factors and formulas; and processes control calculations and physical measurements
- Recognizes when systems are functioning abnormally and reports malfunction to the appropriate person
- Evaluates facility/system’s performance according to process and permit limitations
- Understands Material Safety Data Sheets
- Must have a current and valid driver's license in good standing
Preferred: Current AL Grade II, III, or IV Certification in good standing.
Education and Experience: High School education or equivalent is required.
Other Requirements: Must follow all company safety practices and procedures.
CONTACT: Send résumé to Jessica Morales, SouthWest Water Company at: email@example.com.
Veolia Water North America, the leader in water and wastewater treatment industry is seeking a Maintenance Tech or Certified Water Plant Operator to work full-time in a water treatment plant in Lanett, AL. Full package of benefits, BC/BS health insurance, 401K retirement, vacation and sick time. Pre-employment drug screen required, and you must have a valid AL Driver’s License.
Qualified individuals may submit resumes to:
Veolia Water NA
Attn: Brad Davis
102 SE 12th Street
Lanett, AL 36863
We are an EOE and a Drug-Free Workplace
Closing Date: 3/28/2014 at 4:00 pm
Nature of Work
This is skilled work in the operation of heavy automotive and related mechanized equip-ment.
Work involves responsibility for the safe and efficient operation of heavy automotive and related equipment used in construction, maintenance, and repair activities. The operation of this equipment frequently entails considerable manipulative difficulty and considerable importance is attached to ability to perform effectively specialized tasks for which equipment is designed. Normally work is performed on one specified type of equipment, although workers may be required to operate other units or perform semi-skilled laboring tasks during slack or seasonal periods. Work of this class differs from that in the Equipment Operator I class by the increased cost and specialization of equipment and by the higher degree of skill and responsibility required of individual operators. Assignments may be given in detail for each job, or work may follow an established routine.
Examples of Work Performed
- Operates a variety of mechanized equipment, including backhoe, trencher, tractor, and trucks to build, install and maintain utility services.
- Operates equipment to repair, install or maintain utility meters, lines, services, and fire hydrants.
- Operates minor construction and automotive equipment on occasion or relief basis, and uses power tools.
- Performs related work as assigned or required.
Requirements of Work
- Thorough knowledge of the operation, maintenance, adaptabilities, limitations, and safety precautions of the particular equipment to which assignment is made.
- Knowledge of applicable traffic laws, ordinances, and regulations.
- Ability to make emergency repairs and to assist in making general repairs on motor driven and other construction equipment.
- Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.
- Ability to operate equipment over rough, slippery and similar surfaces.
- Skill in the operation of assigned heavy and specialized automotive and related construction and maintenance equipment.
- Valid Alabama Commercial Drivers License.
Ability to climb over and around equipment; ability to perform heavy lifting (50 – 150 lbs), and other strenuous physical tasks over extended periods of time, in varying weather conditions, arm and hand strength sufficient to operate controls of equipment; ability to bend, stoop, crouch, crawl; normal vision and hearing.
Desirable Experience and Training
Any combination of experience, and training equivalent to experience, in public contact work which has provided familiarity with water utility operations. Experience in the operation, and limited maintenance, of heavy con-struction equipment similar to that of assignment (backhoe/excavator); and gradu-ation from a senior high school.
- Hourly rate to be determined by the Utilities Board of Rainbow City.
- Additional benefits.
Complete The Utilities Board of the City of Rainbow City application or letter of application with resume and three (3) current letters of reference.
The Utilities Board of Rainbow City
3700 Rainbow Drive
Rainbow City, Alabama 35906
Phone – (256) 442-2553
The Utilities Board of the City of Rainbow City is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Applicants must possess a high school diploma or equivalent, valid driver’s license and an Alabama Grade II Water Operator Certificate issued by ADEM & be physically able to perform all of the duties required by this position. Ability to travel for meetings, training, and to work nights, weekends is also required.
Interested parties mail resumes to:
Pine Level Water Authority
PO Box 10
Pine Level AL 36065-0010
References will be checked. Please submit salary requirements with resume.