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The Water/Wastewater Operators will be responsible for assisting in the day to day operation and maintenance of the: Municipal Wastewater Collection System; Water Distribution System; Water Meter Installation and Maintenance Program; and all other duties currently performed by Water and Sewer Staff or that may be required as a result of Ministry Inspections and/or changes in legislation.
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. This position is responsible for the following business units: Water Operations, Wastewater Operations and Water/Wastewater Maintenance Operations.
The Township of Guelph/Eramosa is currently seeking a Water/Wastewater Operator. This is a full-time position offering an attractive compensation, benefits package and an excellent working environment.
The Town of Greater Napanee seeks a contemporary manager with a successful track record to provide strategic leadership and general management within the Utilities Department. Reporting to the General Manager of Infrastructure Services, this position works collaboratively with four other Directors in the Infrastructure Services Division.
Under the direction of the Supervisor through the Chief Operator, the Water Systems Operator will carry out numerous duties in the operation of a Class III direct filtration water treatment facility, Class III trunk distribution system and a Class II local water distribution system. Operations and maintenance of these facilities must be performed in accordance to established SOP’s, Safe Drinking Water Act, Environmental Protection Act, Municipal Drinking Water License and Drinking Water Works Permit.
Our Human Resources Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Compliance Technician. Reporting to the Compliance Supervisor, the Compliance Technician will assist the Department in maintaining compliance with all policies and regulations.
As a member of a cross-functional and engaged team, you will work in an environment that focuses on service excellence and environmental stewardship. You will undertake a variety of electrical and instrumentation control systems installed within new or existing facilities related to water, sanitary and hydro utilities for InnServices and InnPower.
The City of Waterloo has seasonal labourer positions available in the City Utilities division commencing July for a 5 (five) month term. Successful candidates will work 40 hours per week. Shift work may be required based upon operational requirements, including evenings, weekends and holidays.
Under the direction of the Water Pollution Control Facility Supervisor, the operator is responsible for the safe and effective monitoring and operation of the wastewater treatment processes and equipment to ensure discharged water meets and exceeds regulatory requirements. Daily tasks include operation and maintenance of equipment, lab analysis, record keeping all while following safety policies and procedures.
The Manager of Sewer Operations and Maintenance/Construction ensures efficient and effective operation and maintenance of the sanitary sewer collection systems. As a member of the Integrated Planning and Public Works team, the manager actively demonstrates and promotes a creative and supportive environment, in alignment with the goals, objectives and values of the department and division
Operators-in-Training must have successfully completed Operator-in-Training exams in Water Treatment, Water Distribution (and Supply), Wastewater Collection and Wastewater Treatment in order to qualify for OIT licenses, or, already hold all four valid OIT licenses. System Operators must hold a minimum of valid Class I licensing in either A) Water Treatment and Water Distribution (and Supply), or B) Wastewater Collection and Wastewater Treatment.
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