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Water Treatment Operator / Assistant Chief Operator
The Town of Rowley is seeking a full-time Water Treatment Operator / Assistant Chief Operator to work for the Rowley Water Department.
This position is responsible for technical and supervisory work in the operation and maintenance of the Town’s water treatment plant, groundwater pump stations, and water storage tanks. Works under the general supervision of the Chief Water Plant Operator and the Water Superintendent.
Minimum qualifications include High School graduate. Bachelor’s degree with courses in biology, chemistry or environmental science is preferred. Three to five years relevant experience, one of which must in a supervisory capacity. Possession of a Mass. Treatment 2 license and Distribution 2 Water Treatment Plant Operator’s license from the Mass. Board of Licensure or the ability to obtain one within six months of hire. Possession of a valid Mass. vehicle operator’s license or an equivalent license issued by the employee’s state of residence. Valid Class C Commercial Driver’s license is required. Completion of OSHA-10. Starting rate $26.37 with six-month adjustment. The position is in the AFSCME Union - Grade 10. Applications resume, and a copy of Driving Record to: Personnel Department, Town of Rowley, PO Box 275, Rowley, MA 01969. Position open until filled. EOE
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Mission Statement: To provide adequate water quantity and quality at a reasonable cost that meets or exceeds state and federal drinking water standards, and also to provide sufficient water for fire protection, and maintain adequate pressures throughout the distribution system and administer first-rate customer service to the Town of Rowley.
Assistant Chief Operator Sewer Department
Wastewater Treatment Plant Chief Operator
The Department of Developmental Services (DDS) is dedicated to creating, in partnership with others, innovative and genuine opportunities for individuals with intellectual disabilities to participate fully and meaningfully in, and contribute to, their communities as valued members. DDS is seeking a motivated and experienced licensed candidate for the role of
Wastewater Treatment Plant Chief Operatorto work at the Wrentham Developmental Center. Wastewater Treatment is a biological process with dynamics that go beyond mechanical operation. It requires highly specialized knowledge, experience and licensing to perform all the duties necessary to maintain safe and well-functioning equipment. This position requires the selected candidate to possess a current full-status Grade IV or higher Certificate of Competency issued by the Massachusetts Board of Certification of Operators of Wastewater Treatment Plant Operators.* Duties and Responsibilities(these duties are a general summary and not all inclusive): • Evaluate, establish and implement policies, practices and procedures used in activities associated with the treatment of water, that result in safe, compliant and reliable operations • Supervise operators and technicians in all areas of preventative maintenance; Lead and direct staff on the proper use of equipment • Recommend decisions concerning plant operations based on the results of various water quality and testing samples • Conduct periodic inspections, maintenance and testing of three (3) turbo compressors, six (6) centrifugal pumps, one (1) commutator, two (2) aeration tanks, two (2) clarification tanks and an Ultra-violet Disinfecting system • Maintain accurate/comprehensive operation and maintenance records of work performed • Ensure proper operation of the backflow system, including all piping and channels; oversee cleaning of incoming sewage of large inorganic solids and maintain apparatus • Ensure propane gas heating system and other small equipment are kept in good working order • Perform other related duties such as facilitating meetings, providing recommendations and generating reports as needed
_ _ • At least one year of being in Responsible Charge of a Waste Water Treatment Plant • Knowledge of the principles and practices of mechanical/scientific processes, equipment, operations and maintenance of water treatment systems including the layout, location and equipment characteristics of water systems; • General understanding of state and federal environmental regulations as well terminology, codes, symbols and standard abbreviations; • Familiarity with water treatment sampling, chemical handling, and plumbing/electrical systems; • Capacity to work with minimal supervision; Demonstrated success in supervising work schedules of subordinates and provide trainings as necessary; • Ability to lift and carry heavy objects, stand for prolonged periods of time, physical stamina and endurance, manual dexterity and mechanical aptitude; • Critical thinking skills, using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems; • Proficient in safety procedures when performing work in order to prevent risk and accidents; • Thoroughness, independence and excellent written and oral communication skills; • Skilled in use of power tools as well as electrical, electronic, pneumatic and mechanical repairs; • Proficient use of Microsoft Office applications including Outlook, Word, Excel and Access as well as training assistance and operator level use of SCADA and CMMS systems _Total Compensation _ _ _ As an employee of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts you are offered a great career opportunity influencing a wide-spectrum of services to the diverse populations we serve - but it's more than a paycheck. The State's total compensation package features an outstanding set of employee benefits which you should consider towards your total compensation, including: * 75% state paid medical insurance premium
Competitive Dental and Vision Plans
Flexible Spending Account and Dependent Care Assistance programs
Low cost basic and optional life insurance
Two ways to save for retirement: State Employees’ Pension and a Deferred Compensation 457(b) plan * 11 paid holidays per year
Competitive Sick, Vacation and Personal Time
Tuition Remission for employee and spouse
Short-Term Disability and Extended Illness options
Incentive-based Wellness Programs
Professional Development and Continuing Education opportunities
Qualified Employer for Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness Program Pre-Hire Process: A criminal background check will be completed on the recommended candidate as required by the regulations set forth by the Executive Office of Health and Human Services prior to the candidate being hired. In addition, Chapter 234 of the Acts of 2014, An Act Requiring National Background Checks, requires the Department of Developmental Services to conduct fingerprint-based check of the state and national criminal history databases on the recommended candidate. For more information please visit: http://www.mass.gov/hhs/cori http://www.mass.gov/eohhs/gov/departments/dds/fingerprint-background-checks.html
Education, licensure and certifications will be verified in accordance with the Human Resources Division’s Hiring Guidelines Education and license/certification information provided by the selected candidate(s) is subject to the Massachusetts Public Records Law and may be published on the Commonwealth’s website.If you have any questions concerning this posting please call Human Resources Field Office Staff at 508-866-8803.ALL EMPLOYEES ARE PAID ON A BI-WEEKLY BASIS AND MUST HAVE DIRECT DEPOSIT.SCHEDULE:Full-time – 40 hour weekly position. Working 1st shift (Day shift)Sunday, Monday Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday – 7:00 am to 3:30 pmDays off – Friday and Saturday
This position is designated as an “EMERGENCY” Position in the Department of Developmental Service’s Emergency Plan. This means that whenever the Governor declares that the Commonwealth is in a state of emergency, you will be required to report to work. “This position is in a program that operates 24 hours a day 7 days a week. The Department of Developmental Services requires employees in this position to be able to perform mandatory overtime when circumstances dictate the need.” _ _This requisition will remain open until filled; however, first consideration will be given to those applicants that apply within the first 14 days. Minimum Entrance
Possession of a current Grade IV or higher Certificate of Competency issued by the Massachusetts Board of Certification of Operators of Waste- water Treatment Plant Operators. An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Job:Equipment, Facilities & Services
Organization:Department of Developmental Services
Title:Wastewater Treatment Plant Chief Operator
Water/Waste Water Chief Operator
Seeker must possess a Class II A water distribution system license, Class III B Water treatment System license and a Class III C Waste Water Treatment license. Must also have a high school diploma or equivalent and have five years experience in water and wastewater treatment and distribution systems.
Will be exposed to chemicals, acids and infectious waste. Must possess a valid Montana Operators license. Will be lifting 100#s of pounds the proper way and with the correct assistance.
Other physical demands will include bending, stooping, crawling, climbing and getting in and out of vehicles. Will work in uncontrollable environments of dampness, pollution, heat and cold. Will perform supervisory and technical work in the operation and maintenance of the water and wastewater system, including water treatment plant, water storage, sewage lift station, distribution, metering and booster stations.
Work is of some complexity and varies requiring individual judgment and decision making within established standards and procedures.Will supervise the operations of the water and wastewater distribution systems. May operate water treatment plant and aerated lagoon system, schedule daily operation and maintenance tasks including treatment, testing and maintenance of the water and wastewater system, lift system, distributions, park sprinkler systems and pools.
Survey Crew Chief And Instrument Operator
Survey Crew for DFW land surveying company. (214) 340-9700 Gary Johnson RPLS.
Crew Chief / Operator
We are hiring a Crew Chief/Operator with experience with skid steer and mini-hoe in the Houston Area.
If you have a clean, valid Texas Driver License with a minimum of 3 years operating heavy equipment experience, are at least 21 years old, and willing to undergo background, drug and physical testing, apply today to be considered!
•Competitive performance based pay with incentives DOE.
•Comprehensive benefits including medical, dental, vision, 401k.
•Training and career growth opportunities.
•Must possess a clean Texas Driver License.
•At least 3 years of heavy equipment experience (dozer, backhoe, skid steer, mini excavators, loader, roller).
•Be at least 21 years of age.
•Be able to read, write, and speak English.
• Ability to follow directions and be motivated to lead individual crews of field labor.
•High school diploma preferred, but not required.
•Bilingual (English/Spanish) is a plus.
If you are interested and meet the requirements listed, apply by submitting your resume
Chief Plant Operator
Chief Plant Operator Salary Range: 35 Basic ($31.31-$39.96per hour), FLSA Non-Exempt Benefits: The City of Coalinga provides health, vision, and dental insurance for eligible City employees at no cost to the employee.
Employees can choose between a Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) or Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) plan. Employees may also elect to enroll their spouses, registered domestic partners and/or dependents into the health plan, in which the City will pay 65% of the premium. Employees receive a City-paid $50,000 life insurance policy.
Retirement: The City of Coalinga offers a CalPERS retirement plan with a formula of 2% at 62 for employees hired after January 1, 2013 (2% at 55 for Classic members). Additional Benefits: Employees accrue 10 days of vacation and 12 sick days per year. The City also observes 12 paid holidays.
Basic Function: Under the direction of the Public Works and Utilities Director, responsible for the treatment, purveyance, and storage of potable water supply and staffing and planning to insure compliance with all regulations related to drinking water. Responsible for the operation and maintenance of the water and wastewater treatment plant.
Prepares all reports required by various regulatory agencies. Responsible to assist with budget preparation, purchasing and all record keeping required for the operation of the water and wastewater utilities. Supervises and trains all water and wastewater personnel to ensure compliance with the Department of Health Services and Regional Water Quality Control Board regulations guidelines and recommendations.
Representative Duties: Evaluates real time operational and historic data to determine optimal flow rates, chemical feed rates, filter backwash scheduling, and all other parameters needed in the operation of the water treatment, transmission and reservoir systems.
Monitors all applicable water quality parameters to insure that EPA and DHS quality standards are being met at all times in treatment and distribution systems.
Maintains daily records of events, equipment maintenance and repair needed in the daily operation of the water and wastewater utilities for the purpose of reporting and operational planning. Evaluates operational expenses to insure efficiency in the use of operations budget. Coordinates the employee safety program for water and wastewater utilities.
Oversees in-house water quality testing for water and wastewater facilities to insure that testing and reporting regulations are met. Reviews outside laboratory and testing reports to determine if water quality is satisfactory, and directs treatment process changes to adapt to changes in raw water quality. Oversees and ensures the completion and submission of all State required sampling and testing.
Takes water samples and makes standardized laboratory tests, such as tests for pH, turbidity and fluoride concentration. Does field testing for chlorine residual, temperature, pH and additional tests as needed. Supervises the training of new operators.
Directs the response to water quality complaints. Makes presentations to the public and the City Council for water and wastewater utilities. Carries out daily pre-job inspection of equipment and vehicles; performs other regular safety, maintenance, and cleanliness checks as required.
Guides individuals or groups of visitors through the plant, explaining plant operations and functions and all applicable state and federal regulations governing the operation of water and wastewater treatment plants. Completes written and computer generated reports. Performs other duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of: Operation of water filtration plants, distribution systems, wastewater treatment facilities and collection system; the use of computers for the purpose of accessing and evaluating data needed to make operational decisions, planning and budgeting; treatment processes involved in the daily operations of the water filtration and distribution system; all applicable federal and state regulations governing the operation and quality needed to ensure regulatory compliance; safe work habits and all hazardous material(s), electrical and mechanical safety procedures; the operating principles of valves, pumps screens, chemical feed systems, etc. as needed to properly operate treatment processes.
Skill and Ability to: Independently operate the water filtration plant and distribution system wastewater treatment plant and collections system; read and interpret system plans and schematics; evaluate real time operational and historic data; perform minor and major plant repair work using a variety of tools; read and interpret gauges and recording devices; diagnose operating problems and take effective courses of action; lead crew for all daily tasks encountered in the operation of a water and wastewater utility; conduct guided tours of the plant; train new operators; communicate effectively; interact with the public to create a positive atmosphere with regard to water and wastewater quality, treatment and testing procedures; be highly competent in Excel worksheets; work flexible work schedules, weekends, overtime and scheduled standby time as needed and during emergency work situations. Education and Experience:
High school diploma or equivalent. Experience: Five (5) years of responsible experience in the supervision, operations and maintenance of a surface water treatment plant and distribution system; experience in wastewater treatment and collections systems. Licenses: Valid State of California Drivers License; must be insurable under the City's insurance policy without any additional premiums or costs being incurred by the City.
Certifications: Possession of Grade T4 Water Treatment Plant Operator Certificate and a Grade D3 Water Distribution Operator Certificate issued by the State of California Department of Health Services; and possession of Grade 2 Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator Certificate issued by the State of California Other: Must be a U.S. citizen or Legal Resident Alien; pass a background investigation and a physical examination including a drug test; and be bondable. Required Material:
City of Coalinga Employment Application: www.coalinga.com. Resume Cover letter College transcripts, course/training certificates (if applicable) Application Deadline: Open Until Filled Notes:
Minimum Qualifications and required material must be met/received by the last day of the filing period. It is the applicant's responsibility to make sure that all required material has been received. Faxed applications will not be accepted.
Incomplete applications will not be accepted. Resumes submitted in lieu of a completed City of Coalinga Employment Application will not be accepted. All communication and correspondence from the City of Coalinga will be sent to the applicant via electronic communication to the email address provided by the applicant on the submitted employment application.
The City of Coalinga is an Equal Opportunity employer committed to nondiscrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender status, pregnancy, age, disability, or covered veteran's status consistent with applicable federal and state laws. Reasonable accommodations will be provided for applicants with disabilities who self disclose. SDL2017
Chief Engineer/ Chief Watch
The primary duty of a hotel chief engineer is to ensure the smooth daily operation and guest appeal of the hotel. Within the hotel, chief engineers may direct the maintenance staff on small repairs, such as patching drywall, fixing faulty wiring, or unclogging drains. More complex problems may require the chief engineer to consult blueprints or product manuals in order to fix boilers or air-conditioning motors. Chief engineers may also assign staff to repair sprinklers or instruct grounds crew to maintain outside landscaping.
Hotel chief engineers may also manage maintenance workers and participate in hiring, training and mentoring staff. For example, a chief hotel engineer may train a worker on how to properly install a faucet. Additionally, hotel chief engineers may evaluate a staff member's cumulative performance, noting areas for improvement. Lastly, hotel chief engineers budget material and labor expenses and submit these assessments to the hotel manager.
REQUIREMENT - Q99 or Q01 Refrigeration License
Land Survey Crew Chief / Party Chief
E.L.S Surveying & Mapping, Inc. has immediate openings available for Full-Time Crew Chief / Party Chief. Qualified candidates should possess the following:
2 – 5 Years Crew Chief Experience Required
Willing to work out of town (expenses paid, for a period of 20-30 days at a time)
Be a self-starter
Have a willingness to learn
Work well individually and as part of a team
Have excellent communication skills
Be able to pass a hair follicle drug screen and comprehensive background check
Willing to work overtime
E.L.S. has been serving our clients for more than 70 years and is continuing to grow. We are looking to hire multiple candidates in several areas. Qualified candidates MUST have a valid driver’s license. We offer competitive wages and, an attractive benefit package available after 90 days of employment.
Please send your resume with your phone number included.
Chief Operating Officer
vybe urgent care is the leading independent provider of urgent care services in Philadelphia, with a rapidly-growing brand and physical footprint. We believe that everyone deserves compassionate care and an incredible experience. Our objective is to surprise and delight patients every day through extraordinary service, transparency, warmth and drive. We are currently closing a growth capital raise that will enable us to drive forward with our expansion plans.
We’re looking for an energetic Chief Operating Officer (COO) who can serve as a key member of the leadership team and oversee all center operations. Experience in a growing multi-site retail or consumer-facing healthcare environment with demonstrable skills in driving unit-level economics is required. The individual who assumes this position must be intelligent, personable, dynamic, and innovative, with exceptional strategic and operational leadership skills, yet one who deploys an energetic day-to-day “roll-your-sleeves-up” attitude.
This position provides equity participation and a tremendous growth opportunity for a professional who enjoys a fast-paced early stage environment and is interested in supporting a team of clinicians who are delivering high-quality care and extraordinary patient experience.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Provide day-to-day leadership and management to a clinical service organization that delivers on the mission and core values of the company.
- Responsible for all aspects of operational and clinical performance to drive achievement of business plan and financial objectives while realizing market leadership in patient experience and colleague engagement.
- Drive continuous improvement of processes, outcomes and personnel.
- Provide timely, accurate and complete reports on the operating condition of the company.
- Spearhead the development, communication and implementation of effective growth strategies and processes.
- Attract, motivate and lead a high performance management team; provide mentoring as a cornerstone to the company’s career development programs.
- Foster a safe, service-oriented, accountable environment that operates in compliance with all regulatory and contractual requirements.
- Active Participant with the Leadership Team in:
- Short and Long Range Planning
- Business Development and M&A Activities
- Bachelor’s degree – Master’s preferred.
- A minimum of 15 years of progressive operational leadership in a multi-site environment either in retail or acute healthcare services.
- A proven track record as a change agent that has successfully managed during periods of transition and rapid growth.
- Experience leading de novo growth, M&A integration and various business partnerships
- Excellent organizational and interpersonal communication skills and ability to build and maintain effective working relationships across various constituencies.
- An excellent leader and manager of people with the ability to attract, develop and retain “A” level talent and build a strong team.
- Strong idea generation in the areas of top-line growth, margin enhancement, operational efficiency and colleague engagement.
- Bring a genuine high energy level and project a healthful image.
- This position requires access to confidential and sensitive information, requiring ongoing discretion and secure information management.
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