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Under the direction of the Supervisor through the Chief Operator, the Wastewater Treatment Operator will carry out numerous duties at the facilities encompassed in the operation of a Class IV wastewater treatment facility, and a Class III wastewater collection system. Operations and maintenance of these facilities must be performed according to established SOP’s and other protocols, calibration of various in-line instruments, perform sampling and testing in compliance with Ontario Water Resources Act, the Environmental Protection Act, all related legislation including the Certificate of Approval.
Reporting to the Supervisor of Distribution – Metering/Locates, the successful candidate will work with the Locates Lead Hand and other field locators to perform underground utility locates on behalf of various City departments. Also, working with the Locates Technician, the successful candidate will ensure accurate and complete City infrastructure locates while conforming to City policies and procedures, Health and Safety objectives and any other regulatory requirements such as Ontario One Call legislation.
You will be completing daily inspections of operational equipment as well as monitoring and recording data for pump rates, flows, and treatment effectiveness. Your duties will also include diagnosing treatment deficiencies and applying appropriate testing formulas and practices.
Reporting to the Commissioner of Integrated Planning & Public Works (IPPW), the Director provides leadership for the City Utilities Division operations including maintenance of water distribution, wastewater and storm sewer systems, and rehabilitative/restorative construction.
Under the direction of the Superintendent – Sewer & Water or designate, the Lead Operator directs, instructs and works in cooperation with the Sewer & Water staff. Operational and maintenance duties shall be performed in accordance with the Ministry of Environment regulations, guidelines and as listed in the Associated Board of Certification (ABC) guidelines.
This CUPE 35 position, under the general direction and technical guidance of the Manager of Water and Sewer, or designate, performs a variety of jobs related to the construction, maintenance and operation of the sewer and water infrastructure.
Under the direction of the Director, Public Works, the Manager, Water and Wastewater is responsible for the management and implementation of the work and the achievement of the objectives for the Water and Wastewater Branch within the Public Works Department which includes compliance with legislation and Town policies and protection of public health and safety.
We are seeking a new member of our leadership team to supervise our Water Distribution Operations. The ideal candidate will demonstrate a sound knowledge and understanding of water distribution operations, along with a strong work ethic and effective leadership skills to enhance and strengthen our Water Operations for the organization and the community.
Reporting to the Manager of Plant Maintenance and Technical Services, you’ll develop, oversee and supervise the safe, efficient and effective delivery of the maintenance program for Hamilton Water’s Water and Wastewater Plant Operations. Adept at managing plant maintenance programs in a highly technical operational environment, you’ll provide technical support, oversight, clear instructions and adequate training for all trades and trade supervisors, including electricians, instrumentation technicians, and millwrights.
The Supervisor of Water Customer Service oversees three main portfolio areas: 1) water meter installation, testing, calibration, maintenance, and cyclical replacement operations, and the advanced metering infrastructure system (AMI); 2) water customer service which investigates and trouble-shoots customer issues related to water quality, system pressure, and water billing anomalies; and 3) water outreach programs that include the Hydrant Meter Gate Valve and Bulk Water Strategy, Fire Flow Testing, City Infrastructure Damage Prevention and Ontario One-Call water utility locates, Water Quality and Conservation, and the Lead Sampling programs.
Reporting to the Compliance Supervisor, the Compliance Technician will assist the Department in maintaining compliance with all policies and regulations.
Reporting to the Director Water Engineering, the successful applicant will be responsible to design, organize, monitor, measure and coordinate entire water division capital projects including estimating cost and creation of tendering documents to be approved by the Director Water Engineering.