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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.
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.
Reporting to the Supervisor, Water Production, the successful applicant for this position will be responsible for the operation, installation and maintenance of all equipment at the water treatment plant and all associated facilities.
Reporting to the Supervisor of Water Distribution, the position involves the operation of a Level III Water Distribution System including rotating on-call responsibilities.
Reporting to the Water Services Supervisor, the Operator provides direct operations and maintenance of all Prince Edward County’s Water Treatment Facilities and Distribution Systems to support all legislated requirements.
The Manager, Technical Services is responsible for providing broad technical support to the Water Services Division so ensure the effectiveness, efficiency and compliance of its operations, as well as, continuous improvement of the utilities business processes.
A member of a cross-functional and engaged team, the Utilities Technician will work in an environment that prides itself on service excellence and environmental stewardship. With a focus on continuous improvement and improved work efficiency, you will focus on improving operating and maintenance efficiency throughout the various water distribution systems and be part of the team delivering a safe drinking water supply to the public.
Under the general supervision of the Manager Compliance & Quality Control, is responsible for developing and implementing a training program, along with delivering training which meets legislative and regulatory requirements, and for ensuring that legislative requirements relating to certification of Division staff are being adhered to. Performs the duties of an alternate Quality Management System representative as defined in the City of Thunder Bay’s Operational Plan.
We are looking for an experienced collaborative and innovative leader to identify new growth opportunities and strategies in the water and wastewater industry. The Vice President will leverage new technologies, emerging trends and your proven delivery experience to expand OCWA’s ability to provide first-rate comprehensive services and solutions to clients such as municipalities, First Nation communities, businesses, government and institutions across Ontario.
Reporting to the General Manager of Infrastructure the Director of Water/Wastewater Operations establishes departmental policies and oversees the installation, inspection, maintenance and operation of the Township’s water and wastewater systems by ensuring that they are maintained in optimum working condition and that the Township is compliant with all pertinent Municipal, Provincial and Federal legislation.
the Water Distribution Operator will be involved in all aspects of operating and maintaining the City of Guelph Class IV Water Distribution System. The successful candidate will work alongside other distribution operators and demonstrate experience in all aspects of Water Distribution Operation and Maintenance in accordance with Water Services policies procedures and operations and in accordance with the requirements of the OIT and or Class regulatory certification.
You will deliver superior service and safe drinking water to our residents through the maintenance and operation of Water and Wastewater infrastructure, including water sampling, well house maintenance, water main flushing, maintenance and repair to water and wastewater infrastructure, traffic control, the operation of SCADA and the investigation and follow-up to public enquiries.