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*Certified Operator

Water Management Services, Inc.

Deadline:Open until filled.

Job and Application Description (PDF)

Water Management Services, Inc. - Serving Alabama's Water and Wastewater Utilities

 

WMS, Inc. is seeking to fulfill the position of Certified Operator.  Positions will be filled as soon as possible.

Certified Operator

The Certified Operator operates and maintains water and / or wastewater systems depending on discipline.

 

Responsibilities include the coordination and completion of day-to-day operations.

 

The successful candidate will work directly with a WMS, Inc. Project Manager to ensure compliance and the successful operation of a client’s water or wastewater system.

 

Must be a Certified Water or Wastewater Operator licensed in the State of Alabama.  Any level of certification and experience will be considered.

 

WMS, Inc. offers competitive salary and great benefits.  Apply for the chance to join a team of hard-working folks who improve lives in Alabama every day.

 

Contact:

 

WMS, Inc.

2576 Bell Rd, Montgomery, AL 36117

334-396-0105

Send Resumes to hiring@wmsal.com

 

About WMS, Inc.

 

Formed in 2003, Water Management Services, Inc. is available to assist utilities seeking contract services in the areas of administrative, operation, or management services.

WMS was approved by the Alabama Rural Water Association Board of Directors. They realized that in today's world, with so many state and federal regulations governing drinking water and wastewater treatment utilities, many utilities experience difficulty in working to comply with these regulations. WMS aimed to fill that need and now, since 2003, we have successfully assisted many utilities in Alabama.

Not all water and wastewater utilities need outsourced assistance for daily operation and management. However, for some utilities, assistance through a management company is a viable and practical option... an option that may allow the utility to keep its name and autonomy.

Capacity development, a term used in the water industry, refers to a utility's ability to maintain technical, financial, and managerial integrity. These three areas, though very general in nature, must be addressed and met by water utilities providing service to customers. WMS may be an option for consideration by utility officials as they continue to plan for future drinking water and wastwewater treatment demands.

 

*Grade IV Water Treatment Plant Operator

Red Bay Water Works & Gas Bd

Deadline:October 17, 2022

Job and Application Description (PDF)

The Water Works and Gas Board of the City of Red Bay is accepting applications for a full time Grade IV Water Treatment Plant Operator. Applicants must have a current Grade IV certification to be considered for the position. Applicants must possess a valid driver's license, and must be subject to background check and drug testing. Must be willing to work weekends and holidays. Salary will be based on experience. Employees are offered a benefit package, which includes health, dental paid holidays, personal time off and the Alabama Retirement Systems. Applications are available at the Red Bay Water and Gas Office Monday-Friday 8:00

a.m. to 4:00 p.m., or email request to cfowler@redbaywaterandgas.org. Applications must be submitted via email or by mail at P.O. Box 2007 Red Bay, Alabama 35582 by October 17, 2022 at 4:00 p.m. central time. For more information contact Water and Gas at 256-356-8622.

*Field utility Worker

Red Bay Water Works & Gas Bd

Deadline:October 17, 2022

Job and Application Description (PDF)

Duties:

 

Install and repair water lines, service lines, fire hydrants and valves Install and repair gas service lines and gas meters

Set new water and gas services

 

Locate, check, repair and replace water meters

 

Cut fit carry and lay pipe for water and gas meter installs

 

Repair damage to driveways and lawns made when installing or repairing water lines Operate equipment, if approved

Obtain materials from warehouse for each job, load parts on trucks Inventory materials in warehouse

Qualifications:

 

High School Diploma or equivalent (GED), Must have a valid Alabama driver's license

Must live within a reasonable mileage and time from the office Must comply with random drug screening and background check Responsibilities:

Must acquire certification for Grade 1 Operator within 24 months of hire

 

Skills/Knowledge

 

General knowledge of locating address and to be able to learn water and gas system Basic tool knowledge

Effective working relationships with coworkers

 

Work independently with accountability for accurate and complete results Organized

Strong attention to detail

 

Work well independently and in a team environment Communicate Well

Manage time wisely and prioritize tasks Work well under pressure

Take initiative when needed Work is performed 90% outdoors

All applications must be submitted to Red Bay Water and Gas no later than October 17, 2022 at 4:00 pm central time. Applications and/resumes can be obtained and submitted via email at cfowler@redbaywaterandgas.org or via mail to Red Bay Water and Gas P.O. Box 2007 Red Bay, AL 35582. Call 256-356-8622 for assistance

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Red Bay Water Works & Gas Bd

Deadline:October 17, 2022

Job and Application Description (PDF)

REQUIRED OUALIFICATIONS:

 

CERTIFICATION:      Grade 4 Water Certification is Required. Certification in Gas issued from the State of Alabama or Alabama Public Service Commission, is preferred.

 

EDUCATION:             Preferably a B.S. Degree in Engineering, Business, Accounting or Finance or some other college degree with equivalent years of experience and/or certification.

 

EXPERIENCE:            Preferably experience in management, preferably in a public utility.

 

 

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:

 

The General Manager is the chief officer of the Water Works and Gas Board of the City of Red Bay, working under a five-member Board appointed by the Mayor and City Council. He/she is responsible for carrying out the directives and policies of the Board, advising the Board about the laws, contracts and regulations which must be observed and keeping the Board apprised of the status of the Water Works and Gas system of the City of Red Bay, both physically and financially.

 

He/she will work with the staff and all employees to provide utility services to the utilities' customers in a courteous and professional manner, keeping the welfare and safety of both the employees and the general public in mind.

 

The Water Works and Gas Board of the City of Red Bay is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate in hiring based upon, age, race, creed, religion, sex, national origin, or disability.

 

All applications must be submitted in a manner to be received by the Water Works and Gas Board of the City of Red Bay by no later than the 17th day of October 2022 at 4:00 p.m., central time. Applications and/or resumes can be submitted to the Water Works and Gas Board via E­ Mail at cfowler@redbaywaterandgas.org or via United States first class mail to:

 

Red Bay Water and Gas Post Office Box 2007 Red Bay, AL 35582

 

Applications can be requested by email at cfowlerra),redbaywaterandgas.org and by phone 256- 356-8622.

*Field Utility Worker/Operator Trainee

New London Water, Sewer & FPA

Deadline:Open until filled.

Job and Application Description (PDF)

Duties:

  • Install and repair water lines, service lines, fire hydrants and valves.
  • New services
  • Check, repair and replace water meters. Locate and repair leaks.
  • Cut, fit, carry, and lay pipe to install water lines.
  • Repair damage to driveways and lawns made when installing or repairing water lines.
  • Locate lines and valves.
  • Operate equipment, if approved.
  • Perform routine maintenance to equipment, fuel vehicles, change fuel/oil filters, and refer maintenance problems.
  • Grass cutting and weeding.
  • Fire hydrant maintenance
  • Obtain materials from storeroom for each job and load parts on truck.
  • Inventory parts and materials in storeroom.

 

Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent. (GED)
  • Must have a valid Alabama driver’s license.
  • Must live within a reasonable mileage and time from the office.
  • Must comply with random drug screening and background check.
  •  
  • Responsibilities:
  • Obtain CDL’s within 12 months of hire.
  • Must acquire certification for Grade II Operator within 24 months of hire with the apprenticeship program.
  • Once you have your Operator license you will be responsible for your continuing education hours by attending classes, training programs, and seminars.
  • Skills/Knowledge:

  • General knowledge of locating address and to be able to learn the water system
  • Basic tool knowledge
  • Effective working relationships with co-workers and customers
  • Work independently with accountability for accurate and complete results
  • Organized
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Work well independently and in a team environment
  • Communicate well
  • Manage time wisely and prioritize tasks
  • Work well under pressure
  • Take initiative when needed
  • Attributes:

  • Professional appearance and manner
  • Desire and ability to learn
  • Strong work ethic
  • High energy
  • Self-Motivated
  • Dependable
  • Respectful
  • Flexible
  • Positive
  • Physical Demands:

  • Work is preformed 90% outdoors
  • Must be able to lift items weighing over 50 pounds
  • Benefits: (After 90 day probation period)

  • State retirement
  • Insurance
  • Sam’s Club Membership
  • Cell phone and service paid for
  • Comp time

*Water & Sewer Operations Manager

City of Lincoln

Deadline:Open until filled.

Job and Application Description (PDF)

The City of Lincoln, Alabama is seeking a highly skill and motivated with a strong aptitude in water and sewer operations management to join our Utilities department team as the Water and Sewer Operations Manager. Reporting to the Superintendent of Utilities, the Water and Sewer Operations Manager will perform, plan, and manage the daily operations of the water and sewer division of the City's Utilities department to ensure regulatory compliance for all local, state, and federal laws. The Water and Sewer Operations Manager is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the City's water and sewer utilities, the supervision of department staff, ensuring equipment and processes are operating effectively, performs preventative maintenance, maintains, and submits records of operation, repair and data for required reports, etc.

 

FUNCTIONS/DUTIES (include, but not limited to):

  • Manage and participate in the development and implementation of City objectives, policies, and priorities of the department; recommend and administer processes, policies, and procedures.
  • Monitor and evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of water and sewer service delivery methods; recommend, within Department policy, appropriate service, and staffing levels.
  • Plan, direct, coordinate and review the department needs; assign work activities, projects, and programs; review and evaluate work methods and procedures; meet with staff to identify and resolve problems.
  • Supervise department staff to include job assignment, safety supervision, inspection of work performed, and vehicle/equipment use and maintenance.
  • Train, motivate and evaluate department staff; provide or coordinate staff training; work with employees to correct deficiencies; implement discipline and recommend disciplinary action as appropriate.
  • Visit job sites and evaluate scope of work, make recommendations for improvement, locate service lines; perform inspections; monitor progress and ensure conformance to all rules, methods, and procedures/standards.
  • Maintain inventory of department materials, equipment, and supplies; initiate orders for new or replacement materials and process invoices as needed.
  • Communicate with contractors, suppliers, or other individuals concerning services or supplies.
  • Maintain effective working relationships with sources of water supply, ADEM, EPA, and other regulatory agencies to ensure a reliable, competitive, and sanitary water supply for the City.
  • Consult with the Mayor and Council concerning plans and policies of potable water supply and wastewater collection operations.
  • Participate in the development and administration of the department capital and operational budgets; forecast needed for staffing, equipment, materials, and supplies; approve department expenditures and implement budgetary adjustments as appropriate and necessary.
  • Represent the Water Utilities department to other departments, elected officials, media, and outside agencies; coordinate assigned activities with those of other departments and outside agencies and organizations.
  • Participate in the planning, direction, and control of natural disaster emergency response and emergency operations as determined by written policies, laws, codes, and regulations with other department heads and assisting agencies.
  • Participate on a variety of boards, commissions, and committees as required.
  • Prepare and present departmental reports and other necessary correspondence.

 

FUNCTIONS/DUTIES (include, but not limited to):

  • Manage and participate in the development and implementation of City objectives, policies, and priorities of the department; recommend and administer processes, policies, and procedures.
  • Monitor and evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of water and sewer service delivery methods; recommend, within Department policy, appropriate service, and staffing levels.
  • Plan, direct, coordinate and review the department needs; assign work activities, projects, and programs; review and evaluate work methods and procedures; meet with staff to identify and resolve problems.
  • Supervise department staff to include job assignment, safety supervision, inspection of work performed, and vehicle/equipment use and maintenance.
  • Train, motivate and evaluate department staff; provide or coordinate staff training; work with employees to correct deficiencies; implement discipline and recommend disciplinary action as appropriate.
  • Visit job sites and evaluate scope of work, make recommendations for improvement, locate service lines; perform inspections; monitor progress and ensure conformance to all rules, methods, and procedures/standards.
  • Maintain inventory of department materials, equipment, and supplies; initiate orders for new or replacement materials and process invoices as needed.
  • Communicate with contractors, suppliers, or other individuals concerning services or supplies.
  • Maintain effective working relationships with sources of water supply, ADEM, EPA, and other regulatory agencies to ensure a reliable, competitive, and sanitary water supply for the City.
  • Consult with the Mayor and Council concerning plans and policies of potable water supply and wastewater collection operations.
  • Participate in the development and administration of the department capital and operational budgets; forecast needed for staffing, equipment, materials, and supplies; approve department expenditures and implement budgetary adjustments as appropriate and necessary.
  • Represent the Water Utilities department to other departments, elected officials, media, and outside agencies; coordinate assigned activities with those of other departments and outside agencies and organizations.
  • Participate in the planning, direction, and control of natural disaster emergency response and emergency operations as determined by written policies, laws, codes, and regulations with other department heads and assisting agencies.
  • Participate on a variety of boards, commissions, and committees as required.
  • Prepare and present departmental reports and other necessary correspondence.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must be a graduate from an accredited high school or hold a certificate of high school equivalency(GED) with ten (10) to fifteen (15) years of progressively responsible supervisory experience in the operation, maintenance, and repair of municipal water/sewer utility systems. Post-secondary education in a related field is considered an asset.
  • Must be certified by the State of Alabama as a Grade II Water Treatment Operator and/or a Grade II Wastewater Treatment Operator or higher.
  • Must possess a valid Alabama driver's license and a driving record suitable for insurability.
  • Must be willing to travel overnight to attend relevant courses, conferences, and workshops.
  • Must possess intermediate computer skills with knowledge of common office software and willingness to learn special and implement software as related to the position.
  • Must be physically able to perform the essential functions of the position.
  • Must be willing to work non-standard hours which may include evenings and weekends.

 

  • HOURS OF WORK: Hours of work may vary, but are typically 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Evenings and weekends may be required of this role.

 

  • SALARY: The salary range for this position is $65,104.00 to $80,100.00 annually. The starting salary for this position will be dependent upon the qualifications and experience of the successful candidate.

 

  • APPLICATIONS: Individuals interested in this position are invited to submit an employment application and/or detailed cover letter and resume to the email address below. If applying by e-mail, please ensure job position is included in the subject line. We appreciate and consider all applications; however, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

 

CONTACT:

Attention: Mayor Lew Watson

P.O. Box 1721150 Magnolia Street I Lincoln, Alabama I 35096 I P: 205.763.7777 E: hr@lincolnal.org I W: www.lincolnalabama.com

*Technical Support II Specialist

Nexbillpay

Deadline:Open until filled.

Job and Application Description (PDF)

Technical Support II Specialist:

Nexbillpay is looking for a Level II Technical Support Specialist to deliver superior support to our nationwide utility customer base and our software users. The Support Specialist will be providing technical support to our public utility customers. This position will be answering incoming call requests, troubleshooting application and direct client problems, logging service tickets, documenting issues and guiding customers through documented solutions to resolve issues with defined policies and procedures.

Responsibilities/Qualifications:

  • Agent logs, receives, and tracks trouble tickets, assigns them to a technical specialist (could be themselves or someone else and ensures that their tickets are resolved/closed out within the ticketing system.
  • Provides telephone support to utility administrators on hardware, software, and other system related issues.
  • Provides problem resolution on the telephone with users; and walks the user through a series of steps to determine issue; classifies level, priority, and nature of problem.
  • Opens, tracks, taking ownership of issues and promotes end-user satisfaction; tracks activities of technical support specialists to whom tickets were assigned.
  • Works with Level 3 and other escalation points to resolve technical issues.
  • Accurately classifies and records details of inquiries into a web-based ticketing system.
  • Effectively manages/prioritizes time to ensure that minimum Service Levels are met and/or exceeded.
  • Requires someone with drive and passion for technology, security, and a wide range of responsibilities
  • The position consists of mainly software support, systems administration, and various projects as assigned
  • Essential tasks & responsibilities associated with help desk support and the ability to analyze and troubleshoot various technical issues
  • Reconciliation and Accounting Proficiency experience
  • Diagnose, troubleshoot, and resolve technical issues
  • Acquire technical knowledge dynamically and quickly to work towards problem resolution
  • Document client communication, troubleshooting steps, and resolution
  • Notifying management of issues/problems that require escalation

 

Must Have:

  • Strong team player.
  • Competitive and wanting upward mobility.
  • Good written and verbal communication skills.
  • Critical Thinking Skills
  • Multitask while documenting the customers’ call.
  • The ability to learn quickly and independently.
  • Be passionate about helping people and resolving issues.
  • Show good problem-solving skills and take ownership/accountability of ticketed issues.

 

 

Job Type: Full-time

Starting Salary: Experience Pending

*Water & Wastewater Treatment Operator

Eufaula Water Works & Sewer Board

Deadline:Open until filled.

This position is responsible for performing specialized duties in the operation of both water and wastewater treatment plants. The work is typically performed in an office, at water and/or wastewater treatment facilities, and outdoors. Occasionally in cold or inclement weather. The employee may be exposed to machinery with moving parts, contagious or infectious diseases or irritating chemicals. Work requires the use of protective devices such as gloves, masks, goggles, etc.

 

Job Requirements

  • Applicant must be dual certified (Water & Wastewater as certified by ADEM or transferrable by reciprocity).
  • High School diploma or equivalency.
  • Possess a valid state issued driver’s license. CDL preferred, but not required.
  • Ability to work more than forty (40) hours per week.
  • Physical strength & agility to accomplish requirements of the job, including bending, walking, standing, climbing, pulling, and lifting to fifty (50) pounds.

*Manager Water and Sewer

City of Pelham

Deadline:Open until filled.

Job and Application Description (PDF)

 

• Plans, organizes, directs, and reviews operations and activities of the water and sewer divisions of the city; develops and implements goals, objectives and prioritizes work activities. Recommends policies.

• Responsible for preparation and administration of the division’s budgets.

• Responsible for a variety of personnel duties including interviewing, conducting performance evaluations, training, and disciplinary actions. Recommends the hiring and suspension of personnel.

• Analyzes division activities, makes recommendations, and implements improvements in processes to increase efficiencies and overall work quality.

• Analyzes trends, such as population and industrial growth of areas being served to determine the adequacy of current facilities and to project community demand for future facilities.

• Develops plans to meet and serve expanding community needs such as increasing capacity of water storage and distribution facilities or arranging new sources of water supply.

• Directs activities of subordinate personnel who oversee installation, maintenance and repair of the water distribution and sewage facilities.

• Confers with Director and technical personnel and outside utilities to coordinate department activities.

• Evaluates new developments in materials, tools, and equipment to recommend or deny purchase.

• Responsible for the effective management of consultants and service providers.

• Provides input into the capital plan based on analysis and research of best practices.

• Directs work according to the strategic and capital plans.

• Working in correlation with Director and Safety Manager, investigates and provides memos and reports of claims against the city related to division activities.

Provides for training and development of division employees.

• Prepares billings and estimates for repair and construction work performed by city forces.

• Ensures an adequate inventory of materials, supplies, parts, and equipment for the Division’s total work program.

• Prepares formal work schedule programs for Division and utilizes project management and electronic workflow tools to effectively manage efficient work projects.

• Inspects work in progress of contractors and staff crews for conformance with plans and specifications.

• Handles citizen complaints related to the division and makes decisions regarding the escalation of issues to the Director.

See the attached PDF for full job description.
Compensation is $80,834.00 - $110,169.00, depending on experience, education, and other training. The City of Pelham offers an excellent benefits package.

Applications are available on the city’s website and can be downloaded. Completed applications may be sent to HR@pelhamalabama.gov or mailed to City of Pelham, Human Resources, at P.O. Box 1419, Pelham, AL 35124. This position is posted until filled.

The City of Pelham does not discriminate based on race, sex (including pregnancy), color, age, national origin, disability, or any other protected status. We base our hiring decisions on a variety of factors, including skills and ability to perform the job, prior employment experience, employment references as to character and willingness to work, willingness to accept the offered salary and personal interviews. The City of Pelham is an equal opportunity employer

*Grade IV Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator

Anniston Water Works & Sewer Board

Deadline:Open until filled.

Anniston Water Works & Sewer Board is seeking an ADEM certified Grade IV Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator for a full-time position.  Successful applicant will be required to pass pre-employment drug/alcohol screening, background check, and physical. Salary range for position is from $43,478 to $66,156.

 

Application and Job Description may also be found on our website at www.awwsb.org and choose Career Opportunities. If interested and qualified, please submit an Employment Application to (kbentley@awwsb.org)

*Deputy Director/City Engineer

City of Pelham

Deadline:Open until filled.

Job and Application Description (PDF)

• Fosters inclusive management that encourages ideas and innovation at all levels and a culture of mutual respect and continuous. Ability to balance competing priorities with confidence and accuracy, in support of the Director

• Assists the director with process and operations improvements, oversees daily operations, planning, quality control, and develops and monitors the use of resources

• Assists the director with administrative functions, communications for the organization and developing and monitoring progress toward departmental goals

• Provides effective direction, control, and management over key engineering functions including infrastructure and utilities engineering, transportation engineering, construction management, and development review.

• Manages, supervises, and assists subordinate staff in the planning, design, construction and maintenance of street, sidewalks, water and sewage systems, drainage structures, transportation facilities and other public works.

• Prepares and oversees the preparation of engineering designs, specifications, and cost estimates for a wide variety of capital improvement projects. Signs plans for public works improvements. Stamp plans for work designed in-house.

• Meets and confers with developers, contractors, engineers and the public relative to the city policies, regulations, and procedures; resolves discrepancies and problem situations with outside parties.

• Ensures the effective coordination of work and project development between engineering/design components and the operations/maintenance components. Also ensures effective coordination with the other City Departments

• Determines priorities and work sequences necessary to achieve objectives and assigns personnel in accordance with priority and need.

• Attends meetings as required; responds to questions and requests for information/assistance by telephone or in person from the public, employees, officials or other persons; meets with citizens and investigates complaints about public infrastructure.

• Performs research functions; compiles/analyzes data; gathers, collates, and maintains information, maps, and statistics for use in planning departmental projects and activities; prepares/distributes related reports.

• Reviews engineering plans for commercial development and subdivisions; reviews/interprets maps, plats, site plans, blueprints, architectural drawings, and construction plans.

• Assembles and prepares analysis of basic data and field information regarding all public infrastructure.

• Consults with supervisors, regulatory agency personnel, the mayor, city council, engineers, contractors, utility companies, developers, and other agency officials to review departmental operations, discusses problems, coordinates activities, develops long-term plans, provides technical expertise, and receives advice/direction.

• Develops, recommends, and directs immediate and long-range plans, specifications, and cost estimates for public infrastructure projects; manages contract engineering and construction projects.

• Recommends policies and procedures that guide and support the provision of quality services by the department.

 

See the PDF for the full job description.

 

Compensation is $94,565.00 - $128,882.00, depending on experience, education, and other training. The City of Pelham offers an excellent benefits package.

Applications are available on the city’s website and can be downloaded. Completed applications may be sent to HR@pelhamalabama.gov or mailed to City of Pelham, Human Resources, at P.O. Box 1419, Pelham, AL 35124. This position is posted until filled.

The City of Pelham does not discriminate based on race, sex (including pregnancy), color, age, national origin, disability, or any other protected status. We base our hiring decisions on a variety of factors, including skills and ability to perform the job, prior employment experience, employment references as to character and willingness to work, willingness to accept the offered salary and personal interviews. The City of Pelham is an equal opportunity employer.

*Equipment Operator Position Needed � CDL required

West Morgan East Lawrence Water & Sewer Authority

Deadline:Open until filled.

Job and Application Description (PDF)

DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF WORK: An employee in this class is responsible for the installation, service and repair of the water system; outdoors 90% of the time and must be willing to work non-standard hours and weekends. Work is performed in accordance with established policies and procedures under the general supervision of a Crew Chief. An equipment operator must lift items weighing over 40 pounds and be on 24hour call duty one week every four weeks.

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE WORK: Thorough knowledge of geography, street locations, and numbering systems of the county and of the water system; thorough knowledge of the methods, materials, tools, and equipment used in installing, maintaining, and repairing water systems; thorough knowledge of all West Morgan East Lawrence Water & Sewer Authority’s safety rules, policies, and procedures; ability to write legibly and keep simple records; ability to make arithmetical calculations rapidly and accurately; ability to operate heavy equipment; ability to understand and carry out written and oral instructions; ability to work under dangerous conditions; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with customers, other employees and the general public. Must possess a Grade I water Certification issued by the Alabama Department of Environmental Management within a timely manner.

Please send resume to Ccameron@wmel.org & Acartee@wmel.org

 

West Morgan East Lawrence Water & Sewer Authority

PO Box 2254

Decatur, AL 35609

256-355-3746

*Water Operator Full Time

Buhl, Elrod and Holman Water Authority

Deadline:Open until filled.

Buhl, Elrod and Holman Water Authority is seeking to hire a full-time Grade I or higher water operator to assist in repairing leaks, 

reading meters, making taps, and maintaining water system properties.

All applicants:

  • Must have a valid driver's license with a good driving record.
  • Must have a good ethical work habit.
  • Must subject to a background check and drug testing.
  • Must be able to lift or carry objects weighing 50 pounds or more.
  • Must have a strong ability to follow oral and written instructions, which includes reading, writing, and performing mathematical calculations at the level required for successful job performance.
  • Must be willing to be on call and work some weekends.
  • Must live within 30 minutes of the water system.
  • Must perform additional duties as assigned.

Employees are offered a competitive benefits package which includes health, dental, sick leave, paid holidays, and the State of Alabama Retirement System.  BEH Water Authority is an equal opportunity employer.

To apply, send your resume to buhlwater35446@gmail.com or mail to BEH Water Authority, PO Box 127, Buhl, AL 35446.

*Grade IV Water Treatment Plant Operator

Town of Cheroke

Deadline:Open until filled.

Job and Application Description (PDF)

The Town of Cherokee is accepting applications for a part time Grade IV Water Treatment Plant Operator. Applicants must have a current Grade IV certification to be considered for the position. Applicants must possess a valid driver’s license and have considerable knowledge of surface water treatment and willingness to work weekends and holidays. Salary will be based on experience. Applications are available at Cherokee Town Hall during normal business hours (8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) Monday through Friday or by emailing cherokeewtpt@cherokeetel.net. Please send finished applications or resumes to P.O. Box D Cherokee, AL 35616 or email to cherokeewtpt@cherokeetel.net (preferred). For more information contact Town Hall at 256-359-6684.

*Grade II Water Operator

City of Brewton Utilities Department

Deadline:Open until filled.

Job and Application Description (PDF)

The City of Brewton Utilities Department is accepting applicants for Grade II Water Operator.    Candidates must have a valid Alabama driver’s license, high school diploma/GED and must be knowledgeable and experienced in all aspects of Water Operations.  Grade II Water Operator would be a salary pay, based on experience.  The City of Brewton is an equal opportunity employer. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:

  1. Must have a good work ethic with the ability to lead a maintenance crew for repairs and routine work orders.
  2. Assumes the responsibility for the delivery of adequate, safe, and quality potable water.  Knowing all the water quality regulations, treatment techniques occurring on the local, state, and federal levels.
  3. Computer skills with knowledge of SCADA system control and keeping proper records.
  4. Must be able to operate heavy equipment backhoe/track hoe.
  5. Immediately notifies Superintendent of results indicative of impact on water quality or the detection of equipment malfunctions.
  6. Operator will need to be properly trained, equipped, and motivated so that treatment plant operations can be accomplished in a safe, timely and cost-effective manner.
  7. Maintain the needed continuing education hours in compliance with ADEM to remain certified complying with all ADEM and EPA regulations.
  8. Performs additional duties as assigned.

Please go to www.cityofbrewton.org and fill out an application or send resume to kreaves@cityofbrewton.org

*Water System Manager

HOLTVILLE WATER SYSTEM INC.

Deadline:Open until filled.

Job and Application Description (PDF)

Knowledge Skills and abilities:

  • Thorough knowledge of federal, state, and local laws, regulations, governing the operations of a community water system.
  • A good working knowledge of the principles and practices of a water utility administration, planning and organization.
  • A good working knowledge of all water system components and how to safely maintain and repair all diverse types of sizes of infrastructure.
  • Familiar with Federal and State Safe Drinking Water Act requirements.
  • Ability to assess situations critically, solve problems, and work under stress.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the Board of Directors, employees, customers, contractors, other utilities and ADEM.
  • Skill and knowledge including computer and related software and the ability to master modern technologies.
  • Skill in analyzing date, preparing accurate reports, and formulating policy and service recommendations. Must have working knowledge of SCADA.

Special Requirements:

  • Ability to work outside when needed in all weather conditions. Available for on call work after hours and weekends as needed.
  • Certification at Distribution Grade I or higher by the State of Alabama and the ability to obtain Distribution Grade I or above in a timely manner.
  • State of Alabama Class A CDL.
  • Ability to proficiently operate backhoe and other industry equipment.
  • Live in the Holtville Water systems Inc. area or can relocate to the Holtville area within 6 – 12 months of hire.  Submit resume to holtvillewater@hotmail.com

*MANAGER OF LOGISTICS AND STRATEGIC ASSET MANAGEMENT

CITY OF ATHENS

Deadline:Open until filled.

Job and Application Description (PDF)

MAJOR DUTIES:   Manages all aspects of logistics related to strategic asset management and geographical information system (GIS) database management for the Water and Sewer Department; identifies staffing needs to ensure the efficiency and effectiveness of asset management functions and to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the GIS database.  Develops protocols, procedures and policies to support and facilitate water and sewer asset additions to asset inventories and databases for new developments and capital improvements.  Identifies and secures technology resources (current & future needs) to perform logistics and strategic asset management functions for the water and sewer department. Identifies and defines staff needs and duties – secures needed staff for these needs.  Manages and oversees the development of the GIS database in support of accurate hydraulic monitoring to ensure the accuracy of related infrastructure data.  Trains, assigns, directs, supervises, evaluates, and disciplines personnel.  Manages and oversees the proper use of software and hardware used to properly inventory all existing assets or modifications to the system, to document all maintenance and assessment activities, and to analyze data to set priorities for capital reinvestment and rehabilitation.  Develops and sets standards for GIS database updates, including the requirements for as-built documentation of all new assets and asset modifications; develops standards and training for division staff.  Supports hydraulic modeling needs for capital planning and new development reviews for the service area.  Provides analytics support for operations and maintenance personnel to help identify problem trends, identify process opportunities for improving performance, improve efficiency and reduce costs, identify capital improvement needs, and set priorities for capital improvement in light of limited funds.  Provides training and oversight of asset management program for department personnel during implementation and for new hires.  Tracks and implements changes in technology as innovations arise within the water wastewater industries, including hardware and software technology.  Processes study maps and GIS-SAM reports to aid management in the analysis of trends impacting the level of service provided by the water and wastewater departments; manages special projects involving the collection and analysis of field data.  Responds to needs as directed by the Capital Improvements Manager and the Department Director.  Performs related duties.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  18 year or older.  HS Diploma, GED and/or equivalent work experience. Valid AL Driver’s License. Knowledge and level of competency commonly associated with the completion of a baccalaureate degree in a course of study related to the occupational field.

Experience sufficient to thoroughly understand the diverse objectives and functions of the subunits in the division/department in order to direct and coordinate work within the division/department, usually interpreted to require three to five years of related experience.  

  

KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED BY THE POSITION:   Knowledge of logistics and asset management principles and practices.   Knowledge of data mining and analysis principles.  Knowledge of GIS database management principles, including knowledge of related data analysis and application.  Knowledge of capital planning processes.  Knowledge of the principles and procedures used in budget preparation, justification, monitoring and reporting.  Knowledge of water and sewer linear assets operations and maintenance.  Knowledge of water and sewer processes assets operations and maintenance.  Knowledge of new development review and acceptance processes.  Knowledge of asset management and computer maintenance management applications.  Knowledge of optimization analytics to support continual process improvement efforts.  Knowledge of water and wastewater treatment, conveyance, and distribution systems.  Skill in organizing and coordinating field data collection, including as-built verifications.  Skill in developing maps to depict particular asset issues.  Skill in the analysis of problems and the development and implementation of solutions.  Skill in the preparation of clear and precise administrative reports.  Skill in directing the work of personnel.  Skill in oral and written communication.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS/ WORK ENVIRONMENT:   The work is typically performed while sitting at a desk or table or while intermittently sitting, standing, stooping, or walking. The employee must distinguish between shade of color.  Work is performed in an office and outdoors, occasionally in cold or inclement weather.  Physical strength, ability, and mobility to perform all essential job functions with or without accommodation.  Must be willing to work non-standard work hours, holidays, shifts, and weekends as necessary.  Must be willing to be on-call.

 

City Application Required.  Apply at City of Athens Human Resources, City Hall Municipal Offices, located at 200 W. Hobbs St., Athens.  Inquiries: 256-233-8737 or City website www.athensal.us.    The City of Athens is an Equal Opportunity Employer and complies with all facets of the Americans with Disabilities Act.   All reasonable accommodations will be considered for qualified applicants.  The City is a drug-free workplace.  Pre-employment drug screen and physical required. The City of Athens does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age or disability in employment or the provision of services, programs, or activities. 

*Grade 4 Water Operator

Central Elmore Water and Sewer Authority

Deadline:Open until filled.

Job and Application Description (PDF)

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

State of Alabama driver license required and maintain insurability as determined by CEW&SA’s insurance carrier. Certification as a Grade IV Operator in the State of Alabama is required. Experience with SCADA is preferred.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:

Those selected for employment will be required to pass Pre-Employment checks depending on the position requirements. Those could include, but are not limited to: criminal background check, drug screen, education verification, etc. Criminal convictions will be considered on a case-by-case basis. If required, those selected for employment may serve a one-year probationary period. Equal Opportunity Employer.

The work is typically performed while sitting at a desk or table or while intermittently sitting, standing, walking, bending, crouching or stooping. The employee frequently lifts light objects weighing less than 24 pounds and heavy objects weighing 24 or more pounds, climbs ladders, uses tools or equipment requiring a high degree of dexterity, distinguishes between shades of color, and utilizes the sense of smell.

 

The work is typically performed in an office and outdoors, occasionally in cold or inclement weather. The employee may be exposed to noise, dust, dirt, grease, machinery with moving parts, and irritating chemicals. Work requires the use of personal protective equipment such as specialized clothing, goggles, masks, boots, gloves, and other protective devices as required.

 

Job Information

• Location: Eclectic, Alabama, United States

• Position Title: Water Plant Operator (CEW&SA)

• Company Name: Central Elmore Water and Sewer Authority

• Job Function: Plant Operations

• Job Type: Full-Time

• Job Duration: Indefinite

• Min Education: Highschool diploma, Alabama Grade IV Water

• Required Travel: 0-10%

• Salary: $19.26 - $29.21/hr (Based on Experience)

• Close Date: Open until filled

BENEFITS:

Employees are offered a competitive benefits package which includes health, dental, and life insurance, paid annual and sick leave, paid holidays, and the State of Alabama Retirement System.

CONTACT:

Send resume and application (cewsa.com) by email to cshaw@cewsa.com or by mail to 716 US Hwy 231, Wetumpka 36093. Reference Plant Operator Application.

*CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM MANAGER

CITY OF ATHENS

Deadline:Open until filled.

Job and Application Description (PDF)

MAJOR DUTIES:  Develops and maintains water and sewer capital master plans.  Coordinates with community planning entities and department staff as well as engineering, community planning, and financial planning consultants to create and manage master capital improvement plans for water and wastewater needs.  Identifies and defines staff needs and duties for the management of capital improvements planning and implementation– secures needed staff for these needs. Develops protocols, procedures and policies to support and facilitate water and sewer asset capital improvements to renew existing assets as needed and to provide for future compliance and growth in capacity as needed.  Identifies and secures technology resources (current & future needs) to perform the duties and functions required for capital planning and implementation activities by staff.  Reviews city master plans to anticipate growth while monitoring actual trends to develop expansion need projections.  Develops and maintains formal financial funding plan for master capital improvement plans. Develops and manages or directs internal resources required for capital improvements planning and project implementation.  Coordinates internal resources with engineering, community planning, and financial planning consultants to collect, analyze, and manage capital improvement planning and funding.  Prepares cost-benefit analysis of improvement (renewal) and optimization projects to determine viability of capital projects.  Prioritizes capital needs to most effectively allocate limited funds.  Reviews capacity and condition assessment data on linear assets in water and wastewater to plan for renewal and capacity expansion needs as well; sets priorities for projects to mitigate these needs.  Reviews capacity needs, condition assessments, and regulatory requirements (current and anticipated in water and wastewater treatment) to plan projects and set priorities.  Incorporates and coordinates with logistics manager and consulting engineers on hydraulic models to aid in planning expansion projects.  Reviews process asset needs to facilitate reliability, improve costs of operation, and meet current and future regulatory compliance needs.  Oversees the planning and construction management activities associated with capital projects.  Oversees, supervises, and directs Water and Wastewater Staff Engineer to ensure new development reviews are completed in a timely and accurately manner.  Oversees project management engineers and construction inspectors to insure proper project design execution (QA/QC).  Oversees Logistics Manager in charge of GIS and Strategic Asset Management issues, including the review, acceptance, and documentation of new development assets, capital improvements, and analytics of maintenance optimization under the asset management program for linear and process assets.  Reviews and updates design specifications and construction standards as needed to ensure optimal reliability and maintainability of water and sewer infrastructure.  Coordinates multiple capital improvement construction projects funded from multiple sources.  Meets with public officials, planning entities, and civic organizations to explain projects and programs.  Reviews and analyzes reports, budget, plans, specifications, bids, contracts, and other correspondence to ensure compliance with prescribed standards, rules, and regulations.  Assesses equipment needs in order to make recommendations regarding equipment acquisitions and utilization.  Performs related duties.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  18 year or older.  HS Diploma, GED and/or equivalent work experience. Valid AL Driver’s License.   BS degree in civil engineering, mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, environmental engineering or other water and wastewater design related fields. A Master of Business Administration degree is desirable.  Sufficient experience usually associated with the completion of an apprenticeship/internship or having had a similar position for one to two years, including experience with financial planning associated with funding for capital plan implementation and with performing the day-to-day activities associated with capital planning.

  

KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED BY THE POSITION:   Knowledge of civil engineering principles related to the design and maintenance for the flow and conveyance of water and wastewater.   Knowledge of chemical and mechanical processes related to water and wastewater process treatment design and operations.  Knowledge of the water and sewer design specifications and construction standards as well as associated construction implications including costs, budgeting, contracts, and procurement methods.  Knowledge of capital planning processes incorporating renewal and community growth needs.  Knowledge of capital funding planning and tracking.  Skill in oral and written communication.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS/ WORK ENVIRONMENT:   The work is typically performed while sitting at a desk or table in an office.  The work does require occasional trips into the field to check on planning details, project progress/issues and execution issues as they arise.  Physical strength, ability, and mobility to perform all essential job functions with or without accommodation.  Must be willing to work non-standard work hours, holidays, shifts, and weekends as necessary.  Must be willing to be on-call.

 

City Application Required.  Apply at City of Athens Human Resources, City Hall Municipal Offices, located at 200 W. Hobbs St., Athens.  Inquiries: 256-233-8737 or City website www.athensal.us.    The City of Athens is an Equal Opportunity Employer and complies with all facets of the Americans with Disabilities Act.   All reasonable accommodations will be considered for qualified applicants.  The City is a drug-free workplace.  Pre-employment drug screen and physical required. The City of Athens does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age or disability in employment or the provision of services, programs, or activities. 

*Field Utility Worker Trainee

Limestone County Water Authority

Deadline:Open until filled.

Job and Application Description (PDF)

They can go to our website for applications.  WWW.Limestonecountywater.com

ESSENTIAL DUTIES

 

Maintenance and Operations Support:

  • Install and repair water lines, service lines, fire hydrants, and valves
  • Construct new taps
  • Repair and replace water meters; check for reported water leaks, locate and repair leaks
  • Cut, fit, carry, and lay pipe to install water lines
  • Repair damage to driveways and lawns made when installing or repairing water lines; mark valve locations on roadside
  • Operate equipment, if approved, and perform routine maintenance to equipment; fuel vehicles, change fuel/oil filters, and refer maintenance problems to mechanic
  • Obtain materials from storeroom for each job and load parts on truck
  • Inventory parts and materials in storeroom.

*Chief Operator

Utilities Board of the City of Cullman

Deadline:Open until filled.

Job and Application Description (PDF)

We are currently looking to fill our Chief Operator position salaried at $85,000.00 a year based on certifications and experience.

Just a few points to highlight but see the full PDF for details:

  • Positions are being filled by the Utilities Board for the City of Cullman – Water Division
  • Position will be posted for two weeks from the date it is posted
  • Applications can be found at https://www.cullmanpowerboard.com/jobs/wtp-chief-of-operations
  • Starting at $85,000.00 a year based on certifications and experience.
  • Paid vacation and sick time, holidays, retirement, competitive pay.

*Grade IV Water Treatment Plant Operator

Guin Water and Sewer Board

Deadline:Open until filled.

Job and Application Description (PDF)

Guin Water and Sewer Board

6788 U.S. Hwy 43

P.O. Box 219

Guin, Alabama 35563

Phone: (205)468-3835      Fax: (205)468-2841

E-mail:  guinwater1@centurytel.net

 

 

Job Opportunity

 

 

The Guin Water and Sewer Board is currently seeking a full-time or part-time Grade IV Water Treatment Plant Operator.  The successful candidate must possess a current Grade IV Alabama Water Certificate for the Water Treatment Plant Operator position and should also possess considerable knowledge of surface water treatment with preferably at least two years of work in a Surface Water Treatment Plant. Applicants must be willing to work nights, weekends, and holidays when assigned. 

 

Persons interested should send resume/application to:

Terri Dennis

Guin Water and Sewer Board

P.O. Box 219

Guin, AL  35563

Or e-mail to:

guinalwaterworks@gmail.com

The person selected will be required to pass a pre-employment physical, drug screen, and back ground check, and possess a valid driver’s license.  

Any question should be directed to Terri Dennis at 205-468-3835.

The Guin Water and Sewer Board is an equal opportunity employer.

 

*Professional Engineering/Project Management

Central Elmore Water and Sewer Authority

Deadline:Open until filled.

Job and Application Description (PDF)

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
The following example of duties is intended to be representative of the tasks performed within this classification. It is not necessarily descriptive of any one position in the classification. The omission of a duty does not preclude management from assigning duties not listed herein if such duties are a logical assignment to the position.
• Performs and coordinates subdivision reviews.
• Directs the Utility Asset Mapping Program.
• Use CADD software to design in-house projects and assist consulting engineering firm with large scale projects.
• Create detailed drawings for small scale projects and initiate permitting process through regulatory agencies.
• Manage permitting process with state and county – including site surveys and coordination with state and county officials.
• Prepares cost estimates for projects.
• Plans, designs, and manages in-house water and wastewater infrastructure projects.
• Coordinates the meter reading program.
• Assists the General Manager with the overall direction and strategic planning of the water system.
• Assist tech support with computer/network issues.
• Performs other duties as assigned.


CEW&SA seeks an individual who can work effectively with employees across the organization. The ideal candidate is an adaptive problem solver with experience developing and motivating other employees in the pursuit of CEW&SA goals and initiatives. This person will be a skilled communicator and relationship builder who can maintain those working relationships with the public, other departments, regulatory and local partner agencies, and elected officials. This person must be reliable, a self-starter, versatile in performing multiple aspects of the position without constant supervision, and a part of the team. The successful candidate will need strong technical knowledge; a comprehensive understanding of federal, state, and local laws, regulations, codes, and statutes. The individual must adhere to the Engineering Code of Ethics.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

BS degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering and progressively responsible experience, including relevant design or construction administration and management experience on water and wastewater facilities and infrastructure. An MS degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering may be applied towards the experience requirements.
State of Alabama driver license required and maintain insurability as determined by CEW&SA’s insurance carrier. Certification as an Engineer Intern (EI) with the State of Alabama is desired, but not required. Professional Engineering (PE) license from the State of Alabama is desired, but not required. An MBA, or work toward an MBA, would benefit the applicant in the hiring process. Experience in plan design/review and contract administration is preferred. Experience with SCADA, CADD, GIS, Water Modeling is preferred.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Those selected for employment will be required to pass Pre-Employment checks depending on the position requirements. Those could include, but are not limited to: criminal background check, drug screen, education verification, etc. Criminal convictions will be considered on a case-by-case basis. If required, those selected for employment may serve a one-year probationary period. Equal Opportunity Employer.
The work is typically performed in an office and in the field. Field work involves risks or discomforts which require special safety precautions, e.g., working under extreme outdoor weather conditions, working around moving parts, machines, irritant chemicals, walking on uneven ground and around obstacles, etc. May be required to use protective clothing or gear such as masks, coats, goggles, gloves, or shields. Field work requires some physical exertion such as walking, climbing, bending, stooping, stretching, or similar activities.

Job Information
• Location: Wetumpka, Alabama, United States
• Position Title: System Engineer (CEW&SA)
• Company Name: Central Elmore Water and Sewer Authority
• Job Function: Engineering
• Job Type: Full-Time
• Job Duration: Indefinite
• Min Education: BS Civil/Environmental Engineering
• Required Travel: 0-10%
• Salary: $44,212.80 - $104,767.20 (Based on Experience)
• Close Date: July 29, 2022

BENEFITS:
Employees are offered a competitive benefits package which includes health, dental, and life insurance, paid annual and sick leave, paid holidays, and the State of Alabama Retirement System.

CONTACT:
Send resumes and transcript by email to cshaw@cewsa.com or by mail to 716 US Hwy 231, Wetumpka 36093. Reference System Engineer Application.

*Water Utility Operator Intern

City of Pell City

Deadline:Open until filled.

Job Title:  Water- Water Utility Operator Intern

Industry Type:  Utilities

Salary Range:  $14.96 (Step 5)

Purpose of Position: 

This is a skilled labor position that assists as needed in potable water maintenance activities. Employee assists in various tasks, which include cleaning and maintaining facilities, reading meters, repairing or replacing broken pipes, pumps, belts, etc. Incumbent works under the supervision of the Water Utility Supervisor.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Must obtain Class B CDL within one year from date of hire
  • Must acquire certification for Grade I Water within twenty-four (24) months from date of hire
  • Attend and successfully complete State required classes, training programs, and seminars
  • Assist in the operations of the potable water system
  • Ensure adherence to safe working practices and procedures
  • Check and maintain all equipment
  • Operate backhoes, pipe saw and other power equipment
  • Performs monthly meter readings, and reports associated with readings
  • Perform routine cleaning and maintenance
  • Paint buildings and equipment
  • Perform other job-related duties and special projects as required
  • Works directly with Revenue Department

 

Work Week Sequence:  Up to (7) days/week

Qualifications:

  • Must be a graduate from an accredited high school, or hold a certificate of high school equivalency (GED)
  • Must possess a valid Alabama driver’s license
  • Must be willing to travel overnight to attend continuing education courses and workshops
  • Be physically able to perform the essential functions of the position 
  • Willing to work non-standard hours as required

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Considerable knowledge in general maintenance of wastewater processing equipment.
  • Some knowledge of water treatment methods and procedures.
  • Skill in the use of tools used in general repair of mechanical equipment.
  • Ability to express thoughts clearly and effectively, both verbally and in writing.
  • Ability to read well and grasp the meaning of written communications.
  • Ability to understand physical processes.
  • Ability to use basic arithmetic.

 

Essential Functions

Essential Function 1: Sitting up to 1 hour to operate equipment.

Essential Function 2:  Standing up to 1 hours continuously to make repairs.

Essential Function 3:  Walking as needed to move about location and around equipment.

Essential Function 4: Climbing in/out of trucks; up steps (8”, 12”, and 18”), climbing in and out of ditches 3 feet deep.

Essential Function 4:  Balancing to walk about the worksite and on the truck/equipment.

Essential Function 5:  Stooping/squatting/kneeling to inspect, maintain and repair equipment.

Essential Function 6:  Reaching forward to inspect, maintain, operate, and repair equipment. 

Essential Function 7:  Reaching overhead up to 80’’ to climb in/out of equipment.

Essential Function 8:  Handling/feeling/gripping to operate heavy equipment.  

Essential Function 9:  Lifting up to 80 lbs. to move 1-inch rolls of copper; move bags of concrete.

Essential Function 10:  Lifting and carrying bags of concrete up to 80 lbs. up to 10 feet.

Essential Function 11:  Push/Pull to tighten bolts with wrench (115 lbs. at waist height).

 

Environmental Conditions

 

Inside: 10%                                                     Outside:  90%

Sudden Temperature Changes:  No

Extreme Temperature Changes:  No

Humidity/Wet:  Yes

Extreme Noise:  Yes

Extreme Vibration:  Yes

Hazards:  Yes – moving machinery, fall risk, uneven surfaces

Tools:  various hand tools, wrenches, pneumatic tools

Safety Equipment:  Safety glasses, gloves, safety shoe

 

Atmosphere Conditions

 

Fumes:  No

Mist:  No

Odors:  No

Gasses:  No

Dust:  Yes

Surface Description:  Uneven surfaces

 

Please visit www.Pell-city.com for an application

*Wastewater Operator Intern

City of Pell City

Deadline:Open until filled.

Job Title:  Wastewater- Operator Intern

Date prepared: 4/8/2022

Industry Type:  Utilities

Purpose of Position: 

Intern learns the operations of a conventional wastewater treatment plant. Intern works only when an experienced Operator is present. The Intern assists in various tasks, which include cleaning and maintaining facilities; monitoring controls, gauges, valves, meters; and assisting in the laboratory. Incumbent works under the supervision of the Wastewater Chief Operator.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Must acquire certification for Grade III Wastewater within thirty-six (36) months from date of hire
  • Assist in the operations of the wastewater treatment plant on an assigned shift
  • Attend and successfully complete State required classes, training programs, and seminars
  • Assist in performing quality control and process control functions
  • Ensure adherence to safe working practices and procedures
  • Assist in performing precise laboratory tests and record the results
  • Assist in compiling, maintaining, and updating plant operations logs and reports
  • Assist in performing and recording mathematical calculations related to plant operations
  • Check and maintain all equipment
  • Perform routine plant cleaning and maintenance
  • Assist in calibrating chemical feed equipment and laboratory equipment
  • Answer emergency calls
  • Paint buildings and equipment
  • Operate mowers and power equipment
  • May be required to help in water department
  • Perform other job-related duties and special projects as required

 

Shift Hours:

Work Week Sequence:  Up to (6) days/week

 

Special Training or Requirements: 

  • Be a graduate from an accredited high school, or hold a certificate of high school equivalency (GED)
  • Must possess a valid Alabama driver’s license. 
  • Must possess computer skills necessary to perform the essential functions of the position
  • Must be willing to travel overnight to attend continuing education courses and workshops
  • Must be physically able to perform the essential functions of the position
  • Must be willing to work non-standard hours as required

 

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Some knowledge of state-of-the-art wastewater treatment methods and procedures
  • Some knowledge of the required legal standards and reports
  • Some knowledge of chemical ratios and operation of related equipment
  • Ability to express thoughts clearly and effectively, both verbally and in writing
  • Ability to keep organized legible records
  • Ability to read well and grasp the meaning of written communications
  • Ability to understand physical and biological processes
  • Ability to understand general chemistry
  • Ability to use basic arithmetic and geometry
 

Essential Functions

 

Essential Function 1: Sitting up to 1 hour to operate equipment.

Essential Function 2:  Standing up to 1 hour continuously to make repairs or turn valves

Essential Function 3:  Walking as needed to move about location and around equipment.

Essential Function 4: Climbing in/out of trucks (12”, 18” steps); up steps (up to 36-8” steps). Climbing vertical ladders up to 14 feet (15 rungs/12” rungs).

Essential Function 4:  Balancing to walk about the worksite and on the truck/equipment.

Essential Function 5:  Stooping/squatting/kneeling to inspect, maintain and repair equipment.

Essential Function 6:  Reaching forward to inspect, maintain, operate, and repair equipment. 

Essential Function 7:  Reaching overhead up to 80’’ to climb in/out of equipment.

Essential Function 8:  Handling/feeling/gripping to handle nuts, bolts, and tools to repair equipment. 

Essential Function 9:  Lifting up to 130 lbs. pumps to knee height; two-person lift a 151-pound pump for transport or loading/unloading.

Essential Function 10:  Lifting and carrying of pumps up to 75 lbs. up to 10’ (two-person lift of 151 pounds).

Essential Function 11:  Push/Pull to tighten bolts with wrench (115 lbs. at waist height)

Essential Function 12: Vertical Pushing/Pulling with up to 74 lbs. of force to operate valves clockwise and counterclockwise at 20” to 54” heights.

 

Environmental Conditions

 

Inside: 10%                                                     Outside:  90%

Sudden Temperature Changes:  No

Extreme Temperature Changes:  No

Humidity/Wet:  Yes

Extreme Noise:  Yes

Extreme Vibration:  Yes

Hazards:  Yes – moving machinery, fall risk, uneven surfaces, chemicals

Tools:  various hand tools, wrenches, pneumatic tools

Safety Equipment:  Safety glasses, gloves, safety shoe

 

Atmosphere Conditions

Fumes:  Yes; Pumps and wastewater

Mist:  Yes; leaks and wastewater

Odors:  Yes; wastewater

Gasses:  Yes; Chlorine, Sulfur dioxide, and hydrogen sulfur

Dust:  Yes

Surface Description:  Uneven surfaces

 

Please visit www.Pell-city.com for an application 

 

*Grade III Water Treatment Plant Operator

Vernon Water Sewer Board

Deadline:Open until filled.

Job and Application Description (PDF)

Grade III Water Treatment Plant Operator

 

 

Vernon Water Sewer Board, Vernon, AL

 

The Vernon Water & Sewer Board is looking to

hire a Grade III Water Treatment Plant Operator.

Applicants must be Grade III certified to be considered

for this position.  Pay will be based on experience.

Benefits include BCBS medical as well as state retirement.

Anyone interested in this position should call Vernon

Water department at 205-695-7302.

 

Resumes can be mailed to:

Vernon Water

PO Box 481

Vernon, AL 35592

 

 

*Grade II Water Operator

Northeast Etowah County Water Co-op

Deadline:Open until filled.

Northeast Etowah County Water Co-op is seeking an experienced Grade 2 operator .

It would be a salary pay based on experience .

Person would need to send us a resume to lara@neewc.net.

Person must repair water leaks in lines

Knowledge of a backhoe operations

Put in fire hydrants

Be able to lead maintenance crew

Computer skills

Must be able to use the Scada system.

*Grade III Wastewater Operator

City of Troy Utilities

Deadline:Open until filled.

Job and Application Description (PDF)

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:

The following duties are typical for this classification. Incumbents may not perform all of the listed duties and/or may be required to perform additional or different duties from those set forth below to address business needs and changing business practices.

  1. Performs duties such as lab testing, sample set-up and sample processing, along with the general maintenance necessary for all lab and sampling equipment.
  2. Performs or assists others with operation, maintenance, and repairs at treatment plant, lift stations, and other locations as needed.
  3. Assists in the sampling of industries and other necessary sampling in the distribution system to protect the integrity of the plant.
  4. Performs duties such as grass cutting, edging and weed eating at the plant, lift stations or any other location owned or operated by the City of Troy.
  5. Assists with the process of gathering hay at the City’s farm site.
  6. Performs other duties as assigned.

*Water Operator Grade II

Clayton Water Works and Sewer Board

Deadline:Open until filled.

Job and Application Description (PDF)

Clayton Water Works and Sewer Board is seeking a qualified, certified GRADE II WATER QUALITY OPERATOR to join its team to operate, monitor, and maintain water treatment plant systems and related equipment to provide quality drinking water for public use.

  • Must be able to operate various machinery, equipment and tools associated with plant operations, which may include a utility truck, back hoe, volumetric dry feeder, induction motor, chlorinator, vertical centrifugal pump, vertical turbine pump, metering pump, drum pump, SCADA monitoring system, digital cylinder scale, generator, air compressor, meters, gauges, spectrophotometer, scales, laboratory paraphernalia, self-contained breathing apparatus, drill, grinder, diagnostic instruments, mechanic tools, carpentry tools, valve wrenches, hand tools, testing materials, radio communications equipment, or general office equipment.
  • Must be able to operate a computer to enter, retrieve, review or modify data; verifies accuracy of entered data and makes corrections; utilizes word processing, spreadsheet, database, supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system, Internet, e-mail, or other computer applications.
  • Must be able to communicate clearly in English.
  • Must be able to travel throughout the Clayton City Limits area regularly and out of town occasionally.
  • Ability to perform addition, subtraction, multiplication and division; ability to calculate decimals and percentages.
  • Must be able to use hands, fingers and wrist repetitively, using a keyboard, if necessary.
  • Must be able to stand and walk around regularly, both inside and outside, sometimes in inclement weather and on uneven terrain.  Must be able to lift, carry, push and/or pull objects and materials in excess of 50 lbs.  
  • Must be able to work some overtime, holidays and weekends.

 

Experience and Education Requirements

  • High school diploma or GED; and vocational/technical training in water treatment plant operations; and two (2) years previous experience and/or training involving water treatment plant operations, SCADA system operations, and equipment maintenance; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job. 
  • Must possess and maintain a valid Alabama Grade II Water Treatment Plant Operator License. 
  • Must possess and maintain a valid Alabama driver’s license and be insurable. 
  • Must pass a Drug Screen and criminal background check.  

 

Clayton Water Works and Sewer Board is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Clayton Water Works and Sewer Board will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer. Resumes should be brought to the water office at 15 Eufaula Ave. Clayton, AL or mailed to P.O. Box 249 Clayton, A. 36016.

Posting date 12/20/2021

*Utility Engineer � in Gas/Water/Wastewater

Decatur Utilities

Deadline:Open until filled.

A full description of position including job requirements and a downloadable application for employment

are located on our company website at https://link.edgepilot.com/s/ed8a3ae9/0HJReEhVlUqTwOwQHK0KGA?u=https://www.decaturutilities.com/job-opportunities Completed applications

may be emailed to jobs@decaturutilities.com  or mailed to the address on the application.

Applications are also accepted in person from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday at 1002 Central Parkway SW, Decatur, AL 35601.

 

Decatur Utilities is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

*Grade IV Water Treatment Plant Operator

Governmental Utility Service Corporation of the City of Bessemer

Deadline:Open until filled.

Grade IV Water Treatment Plant Operator

Governmental Utility Service Corporation of the City of Bessemer

Deadline: Open until filled.

The Governmental Utility Service Corporation of the City of Bessemer is looking to hire a Grade IV Water Treatment Plant Operator as Contract Laborer.  Applicants must be Grade IV certified to be considered for the position.  Pay is $30.00/Hour. No benefits included. Flexible working hours.

 

Resumes can be mailed to:

GUSC of the City of Bessemer

250 Link Road

Bessemer, AL 35203

Email to:

jkey@guscfp.org

Phone

 

205-436-4010

*Utility Engineer-Gas/Water/Wastewater Operations

Decatur Utilities

Deadline:Open until filled.

Job and Application Description (PDF)

Completed applications may be emailed to jobs@decaturutilities.com  or mailed to the address on the application.

Applications are also accepted in person from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday at 1002 Central Parkway SW, Decatur, AL 35601.

 

Decatur Utilities is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

*Plant Operator - Grade IV

Decatur Utilities

Deadline:Open until filled.

Job and Application Description (PDF)

 

Job Title:

Plant Operator – Grade IV

Work Group:

Water or Wastewater Treatment Plant

Reports To:

Plant Superintendent

FLSA Status:

Non-Exempt

Pay Grade:

8

Residency Required:

No

Work Location:

Water/Wastewater Plant – WTP/WWTP

Last Revision:

June 2012

 

SUMMARY

Operates treatment plant on a shift basis, adhering to Decatur Utilities, Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) and EPA regulations and safety procedures.  This position is responsible for testing and making adjustments in treatment processes as needed to maintain these regulations.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

A commitment to safety, providing reliable utility services, protecting public health and providing excellent customer service are the responsibilities of all job positions at Decatur Utilities. We believe that teamwork, open communication, honesty, integrity, fairness, diversity and respect for each other are essential traits to perform all job duties.

 

  • Operates and monitors water and/or wastewater treatment equipment in Water Treatment Plant and/or Wastewater Treatment Plant to control flow and processing of water and/or wastewater.
  • Monitors SCADA control panels and chemical feed equipment, and adjusts pumps, valves and gates manually or by remote control to regulate treatment.
  • Observes variations in operating and water quality conditions and adjusts processes to account for variations.
  • Starts and stops pumps, engines and generators routinely in proper operation of plants.
  • Maintains log of operations and records various instrument readings.
  • Regularly inspects and observes pump motors, valves and screens to insure proper working conditions.
  • Fills and adjusts chemical feeders and oil reservoirs as needed.
  • Observes and checks automatic chemical feed systems for proper adjustment and/or failures.
  • Performs minor preventive maintenance at plant facilities.
  • Periodically drains condensation lines and bleeds air lines to insure proper operation.
  • Collects various samples from various plant units as scheduled for lab testing.
  • Assists in or performs routine lab tests as directed.  May change chemical feed rate based on lab test or as directed.
  • Uses a variety of testing equipment such as colorimeter, turbidimeter, pH meter, burrets, test tubes, beakers, gas burners, incubators, etc.
  • Operates sludge dewatering building at WWTP.
  • Performs regular housekeeping duties in the laboratory and operational areas to maintain clean and neat plant appearance.

 

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

This job has no supervisory responsibilities.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. 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 essential functions.

 

 

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

High School diploma or GED and 4-6 years additional relevant work-related experience.

 

COMMUNICATION SKILLS

Ability to read, interpret and comprehend documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, drawings and procedure manuals.  Ability to write routine reports and correspondence including completing reports, providing technical summaries and recording data.  Ability to interact and effectively communicate with supervisors, co-workers, customers and public groups.

 

COMPUTER SKILLS

Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Microsoft Outlook, Word & Excel) as required to perform job tasks.  This includes using software applications for email, word processing, preventive maintenance database tracking and spreadsheet applications and using Internet Explorer to navigate online Employee Self Serve webpage for personal payroll, benefit and employee information.  Ability to operate SCADA and interpret data and information as it relates to water and/or wastewater treatment. 

 

MATHEMATICAL SKILLS

Ability to perform and/or solve water and/or wastewater mathematical calculations and problems.   Ability to perform these concepts using addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, ratios, percentages, time, distance, weight measurement, concentrations and mass-balance.  Ability to interpret SCADA data and information as it relates to water and/or wastewater treatment and make treatment adjustments accordingly. 

 

REASONING/COMPLEXITY

Ability to use substantial judgment and analytic ability to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral or diagram form to perform routine and complex calculations, solve problems and organize information for reports.  Ability to read, interpret and understand technical standards, permits, Local, State and Federal regulations and codes for utility compliance. 

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

Regularly required to stand; walk; use hands to handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl; talk and hear.  Required to regularly lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.  Specific vision abilities include close vision and distance vision.

 

WORK ENVIRONMENT

Regularly works around electricity, energized equipment, moving mechanical parts and water and/or wastewater chemicals, some of which may be hazardous.  Frequently exposed to outside weather conditions, including wet and/or humid conditions, extreme cold and extreme heat.  The noise level in the work environmental is usually moderate.

 

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, TRAINING

Alabama Water or Wastewater Grade IV Certification; valid Alabama Driver's License; CPR/First Aid Certification; Customer Service Skills and applicable safety training.

 

OTHER REQUIREMENTS

Available to work scheduled and unscheduled times to accommodate customer demands and emergency situations, including evenings, weekends, holidays or shift work; subject to random drug testing and driver’s license checks according to DU policies; wear DU provided uniforms and maintain neat and clean appearance for meeting public; and perform all job tasks in a safe and professional manner.

 

*Project Manager

Water Management Services, Inc.

Deadline:Open until filled.

Job and Application Description (PDF)

Water Management Services, Inc. - Serving Alabama's Water and Wastewater Utilities

 

WMS, Inc. is seeking to fulfill the position of Project Manager.  Position will be filled as soon as possible.

Project Manager

 

The Project Manager assists with management of key client projects.

 

Responsibilities include the coordination and completion of day-to-day operation oversight and management.

 

The successful candidate will work directly with the President of WMS, Inc. to ensure deliverables fall within the applicable scope of the utility’s needs and budget. He or she will coordinate with other employees to ensure all aspects of regulatory, routine, and emergency operations and proper utility management are achieved.

 

Oversee all aspects of the client utility’s operations including setting deadlines, assigning responsibilities and monitoring and summarizing progress of the work performed. Prepare reports for upper management regarding status of the client or utility’s operation.

 

May require a bachelor’s degree and 5 years of experience in the field or in a related area. Must be a Grade II or higher Certified Water Operator licensed in the State of Alabama.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Coordinate internal resources and third parties/vendors for the flawless execution of the client utility’s operation

• Ensure that all work is delivered on-time, within scope and within budget

• Assist in the definition of long-range planning and objectives, involving all relevant stakeholders and ensuring technical feasibility

• Supervise and manage employees as designated by the President of WMS, Inc.

• Ensure resource availability and allocation

• Develop a detailed project plan to monitor and track progress

• Manage changes to the long-range plans, scope, project schedule and project costs using appropriate verification techniques

• Measure performance using appropriate tools and techniques

• Report and escalate to management as needed including Operations Reports to the client board members during their designated meeting

• Manage the relationship with the client and all stakeholders

• Preform risk management to minimize risks

• Establish and maintain relationships with third parties/vendors

• Create and maintain comprehensive project documentation

• Track project performance, specifically to analyze the successful completion of short and long-term goals

• Develop comprehensive project plans to be shared with clients as well as other staff members

• Use and continually develop leadership skills

• Maintain a positive outlook for future needs and improvements

• Attend conferences and training as required to maintain proficiency

• Preform other related duties as assigned

• Develop spreadsheets, diagrams and process maps to document needs

 

REQUIREMENTS:

• Proven working experience in utility operations and management

• Certified Water Grade II or higher Alabama Operator License

• Supervisory Experience in managing personnel and establishing schedules

• Excellent client-facing and internal communication skills

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills

• Solid organizational skills including attention to detail and multitasking skills

• Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office

• Bachelor’s Degree in appropriate field of study or equivalent work experience

 

PROJECT MANAGER TOP SKILLS & PROFICIENCIES:

• Coaching

• Supervision

• Staffing

• Water/Wastewater Management

• Management

• Process Improvement

• Planning

• Performance Management

• Inventory Control

• Verbal Communication

• Written Communication Skills

• Microsoft Office Experience

• Willingness to accept on-call responsibilities

• Willingness to travel

 

Contact:

 

WMS, Inc.

2576 Bell Rd, Montgomery, AL 36117

334-396-0105

Send Resumes to hiring@wmsal.com

 

About WMS, Inc.

 

Formed in 2003, Water Management Services, Inc. is available to assist utilities seeking contract services in the areas of administrative, operation, or management services.

WMS was approved by the Alabama Rural Water Association Board of Directors. They realized that in today's world, with so many state and federal regulations governing drinking water and wastewater treatment utilities, many utilities experience difficulty in working to comply with these regulations. WMS aimed to fill that need and now, since 2003, we have successfully assisted many utilities in Alabama.

Not all water and wastewater utilities need outsourced assistance for daily operation and management. However, for some utilities, assistance through a management company is a viable and practical option... an option that may allow the utility to keep its name and autonomy.

Capacity development, a term used in the water industry, refers to a utility's ability to maintain technical, financial, and managerial integrity. These three areas, though very general in nature, must be addressed and met by water utilities providing service to customers. WMS may be an option for consideration by utility officials as they continue to plan for future drinking water and wastwewater treatment demands.

 

*Grade IV Water Operator

City of LaFayette

Deadline:Open until filled.

Job and Application Description (PDF)

The City of LaFayette is seeking a full-time Grade IV Water Plant Operator. The successful candidate will need to possess a current Alabama Grade IV Water Certificate. The successful candidate should also possess considerable knowledge of surface water treatment with preferably at least two years of work experience at a Surface Water Treatment Plant. Applicant should be willing to work on weekends, nights, and holidays when assigned. Lifting, shoveling and climbing ladders/stairs is required.

 

Any person interested should send a resume to City of LaFayette, Attn: Ann Gleaton P.O. Box 87 LaFayette, AL 36862. The person selected will need to pass a pre-employment physical, drug screen and background check, and shall have a valid driver’s license. Any questions should be directed to Water Superintendent Ann Gleaton, at 334-864-0686 or 334-864-9363. The position is open until filled.

 

The City of LaFayette is an equal opportunity employer.

 

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