Clean Water Careers
The Wastewater Community’s Recruitment Resource
Public wastewater treatment agencies across the United States have discovered the value of NACWA’s Clean Water Careers employment advertisement. The Clean Water Careers section features employment opportunities at wastewater agencies nationwide, and is continually one of NACWA's most-visited pages. To post your job advertisement, please click here: Post-A-Job.
Current Job Listings
last updated: May 6, 2013
The City of Mesa is a great place to work! Most City of Mesa employees work a Monday through Thursday, 4-10 schedule. In addition to competitive salaries, compressed work weeks and flexible schedules, the City’s current benefits package includes 10 paid holidays; 1½ personal days (16 hours); 9½+ vacation days (96 hours for the first two years and 144 hours after two years); 9½ days sick leave (96 hours which converts to vacation after banking 1,040 hours); potential for tuition reimbursement of up to $7,896 plus allowances for continuing education; deferred compensation contributions of ½ of 1% of participants’ salaries; competitive benefit premiums and contributions; a defined benefit retirement plan through the Arizona State retirement system with pre-tax employee contributions and service purchase options after 5 years for previous government or military service; long-term disability plans through ASRS and optional short term disability plans; and life insurance equal at least to employees’ salaries.
Industrial Pretreatment Inspector
We are seeking a dedicated individual to perform technical duties in the inspection of industrial, commercial waste storage, wastewater metering stations and discharge to ensure compliance with ordinances and state and federal requirements. This includes developing and conducting public outreach and education activities, inspection of industrial, commercial and storm-water discharges, drafting inspection reports and enforcement actions, drafting industrial wastewater discharge permits and participating in compliance hearings. Additional responsibilities will include but are not limited to:
The Industrial Pretreatment Inspector is distinguished from other Inspector classes by its focus on industrial and commercial waste discharge compliance. Incumbents in this classification are supervised by the Industrial Pretreatment Supervisor.
City of Mesa offers a competitive benefits package. A CITY OF MESA ONLINE APPLICATION IS REQUIRED. Applications will be available as of the opening date of 05/03/13. Apply by 05/30/13. For complete job description, requirements and online application form, please visit our web site at: www.mesaaz.gov/jobs.
The City of Mesa respects, values and welcomes diversity in our workforce. To this end, we encourage all interested people to apply. EOE/AAE
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DIRECTOR OF CUSTOMER SERVICE
About the Toho Water Authority Established in October 2003 by a special act of the Florida legislature, Toho Water Authority is the largest provider of water, wastewater and reclaimed water services in Osceola County, Florida. The Authority currently serves 87,000 water, 81,000 wastewater and 12,000 reclaimed water customers in Kissimmee, Poinciana and unincorporated areas of Osceola County as well as small portions of adjacent Orange and Polk Counties. Its 6-member Board of Supervisors is responsible for approving all operating policies for the Authority and it’s nearly $78 million operating budget.
Provide reliable, cost effective, and responsive water services to our customer while protecting public health and the environment.
“The standard of excellence for responsible water supply stewardship.”
The Director of Customer Service will be responsible for planning and managing customer service operations, policies and projects. The incumbent will oversee a department of approximately 24 staff responsible for AMI, billing, collections, call center and technical field work to fulfill the mission of the Toho Water Authority.
The successful candidate will possess strong strategizing, interpersonal and leadership skills to effectively develop, implement and manage a strategic vision for the Customer Service department. Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree and at least 7 years Customer Service experience with at least 3 of the years in a Director /Manager role.
Hiring range is $80,500 to $110,000 dependent on qualifications and experience.
HOW TO APPLY:
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Water Resources Program Manager
Clean Water Services in Hillsboro, Oregon is recruiting for a Water Resources Program Manager.
Within the Watershed Management Department, this position provides programmatic planning, oversight and implementation of watershed based activities and initiates and strengthens key partnerships both within the District and throughout the watershed for the various programs, such as natural treatment systems, water supply, flow restoration and other watershed based elements. It supports development of integrated water resources management plans.
(The essential functions listed below are not intended to reflect all duties that may be assigned to this classification. The District may augment duties and/or essential functions at its discretion. Additionally, some incumbents may not perform all Essential Functions.)
Expected Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
KNOWLEDGE OF: operational characteristics, services and activities of a water resources management program; principles and practices of complex program and project management; theory and principles of environmental protection; principles and practices of water resources management, water quality monitoring and interpretation; principles and practices of natural treatment systems, reuse systems, watershed management and reporting; principles and practices of pollution measurement and control; principles and practices of budget preparation and control; pertinent Federal, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations, including the Federal Clean Water Act requirements and State water quality requirements.
SKILL IN: planning, project management, monitoring, and budgeting pertaining to water resources management to meet District’s objectives and regulatory requirements; operating, maintaining and monitoring natural system facilities, watershed based activities and aquatic resources; making oral presentations to in-house and public audiences; developing innovative solutions within available resources; use of computers and computer software including word processing, spreadsheets, databases and geographic information systems.
ABILITY TO: understand and interpret pertinent policies, procedures, laws, and regulations pertaining to the program areas; establish and maintain effective working partnerships with those contacted in the course of work including a variety of District and other government officials, community groups, and the general public; interact with and influence individuals and groups with diverse backgrounds; operate effectively in a team environment; communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge, skills and abilities would be:
Extensive experience in water resources planning and operations and maintenance management; reporting; and analysis;
Customarily candidates will possess a Bachelor’s degree in environmental science, engineering, ecology, and planning; or a related field.
Clean Water Services is a public water resource management utility committed to protecting water resources in Oregon's Tualatin River Watershed. With more than 500,000 customers mainly in urban Washington County, Clean Water Services operates four wastewater treatment facilities, constructs and maintains flood management and water quality projects, and manages flow in the Tualatin River to improve water quality and protect fish habitat.
Clean Water Services offers a comprehensive and competitive compensation and benefits program. Compensation for this full-time position is $82,265 to $113,114 per year. This rate includes a mandatory 6% employee contribution to the Public Employees Retirement System after six months of employment. Clean Water Services offers a selection of paid medical plans, dental, vision and life insurance. Vacation, sick leave and personal holidays are also provided. Clean Water Services supports ongoing training through a tuition reimbursement program. Any offer of employment will be conditioned on the successful completion of a pre-employment background check.
How to Apply
Submissions can be made online by going to www.CleanWaterServices.org and clicking on the Job Openings link and following the How to Apply instructions.
All online resume submissions and answers to supplemental questions must be received by 8:00 AM Pacific Standard Time on Monday, April 29, 2013. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Clean Water Services is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. Applicants who need reasonable accommodation in order to participate in any phase of the application process should call the Human Resources Division at 503-681-3600 or TDD at 503-681-3601.
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- National Pretreatment & Pollution Prevention Workshop
May 15 - 17, 2013, Portland, OR
- Summer Conference & 43rd Annual Meeting
Managing & Financing the Resilient Clean Water Utility
July 14 – 17, 2013, Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza , Cincinnati, OH