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The Water Services Supervisor reports to the Director of Water and Wastewater and is responsible for the day-today operations and maintenance of all Water Treatment Facilities and Distribution Systems within the County of Prince Edward ensuring both quantity and quality service in meeting all County and Provincial policies and regulations.
The Water Distribution/Treatment Plant Operator II is required to perform a variety of mechanical operations, carry out capital and operational repairs, inspections, metering and replacement activities in the Class III Water Treatment Plants, lift/pumping stations, Class I Warkworth Wastewater Treatment System and Collection Pumping Stations, auxiliary power and computer systems. The Operator II also assists with all functions and ongoing maintenance of the Class I and II Water Distribution Systems including repairs and replacements of watermains and appurtenances, fire hydrants and service materials.
Under the direction of an Operator-in-Charge (OIC), the Water Works Operator position assists with the installation, maintenance, inspection and repair of equipment in the drinking water treatment, drinking water distribution, and customer service sections. In addition, this position assists with receiving the delivery of operational and maintenance supplies.
Reporting to the Supervisor of Water Distribution, the position involves the operation of a Level III Water Distribution System including rotating on-call responsibilities.
As the Hydraulic Modeler/Analyst, you will undertake the hydraulic analysis of water, storm water and wastewater infrastructure capacities related to capital and development related projects, including site plans and subdivisions. You will also provide technical support regarding the optimization of system operations; participate in the development and implementation of an Asset Management Program; infrastructure planning, risk assessments and data management.
The Environmental Services Technologist will assist the Manager, Environmental Services in the coordination, continuous improvement, implementation and maintenance of the Drinking Water Quality Management System (DWQMS); coordinate internal DWQMS audits essential for compliance with respect to Provincial Acts and Guidelines.
Reporting to the Director of Water Wastewater, the Water Treatment Operator is responsible for the maintenance of the Township’s Water and Wastewater operations; while adhering to the Ontario Drinking Water Protection Regulations and related standards. This is a full-time unionized position offering an attractive compensation and benefits package and an excellent working environment.
Reporting to the Operations Manager, Regional Water Supply, the Asset Management Coordinator is responsible for maintaining an up-to-date understanding of the conditions and functioning of assets at facilities administered by the Regional Water Supply Division. On a continuing basis, this role is responsible for recommending and implementing a repair and replacement schedule, and for ensuring that all necessary testing on equipment occurs in order to ensure the safe and consistent operation of the system.
Responsible for directing the day-to-day operation and maintenance of various water supply, treatment, storage and pumping facilities, the distribution systems, and other associated works to ensure the safe, timely supply of quality drinking water is distributed to the public and that water distribution meets the County’s existing demand, including fire protection.
General duties: Review plant performance to determine compliance status for all regulatory requirements; Report all non-compliances forthwith to the proper authorities; Collect, store and ship samples for regulatory monitoring; Mitigate and report unsafe conditions; Tour and inspect equipment at local and remote locations; Collect data related to plant operations...
This position is responsible to the Director of Infrastructure Capital Planning (ICP) to coordinate and provide guidance for operational programs and capital projects in support of both the Water/Wastewater Master Plan and the Water/Wastewater Asset Management Plan.
Reporting to the Waterworks Supervisor, operate and maintain the City of Markham Water Distribution, Wastewater Collection and Storm Sewer Systems in accordance with departmental policies, procedures, and regulatory compliance. Provide assistance and participate in the maintenance and immediate repair of the overall water/wastewater/stormwater infrastructure system and assets; provide associated customer service, general labour and equipment maintenance.
Performs all functions related to the operation, construction and maintenance of the waterworks infrastructure i.e. watermains, valves, services, hydrants and performing Locates on all underground utilities.
The Manager, Wastewater Operations is responsible for the safety and reliability of the municipal wastewater treatment and collection system. Reporting to the Division Manager, Wastewater Services, this position leads the Supervisors of Wastewater Treatment, Wastewater Collection and Maintenance teams and ensures attainment and continuity of the unit’s goals for compliance and conformance. Guided by the goals and objectives of the City of Guelph Corporate Administrative Plan and committed to the Corporate Values of integrity, excellence and wellness, the candidate will aid in the achievement of the Community Vision – to be the city that makes a difference.
The Niagara Region is currently pre-qualifying individuals for System Maintenance opportunities in our Water Wastewater division, Public Works department. Work includes performing routine, preventative and emergency maintenance work on equipment, pumps and tools, general building maintenance as well as operating a regional vehicle. Pre-qualified individuals will be considered for future job opportunities as they become available, whether casual, temporary or permanent.