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Responsibilities include oversight, coordination, business planning and execution of the Water Treatment and Distribution services; regulatory compliance, reporting, inspections, management of the operations and human resources associated with the water treatment and distribution subsystems for the Municipality of Port Hope.
This position is responsible for implementation of capital projects and maintenance related projects on behalf of the Water Services Division. This temporary position is required to liaise within the department and throughout the organization, including Procurement, Engineering and Capital Infrastructure Services, Finance, as well as external Consultants and Contractors to effectively coordinate and deliver complex projects within the established schedule, budget and scope.
Reporting to the Superintendent of Water and Wastewater, the Compliance Coordinator (non-union) provides administrative support to the Utilities Division for all regulatory compliance programs, and reporting required for the Town’s Drinking Water and Waste Water Systems.
This position is responsible for the evaluation and configuration of current water, wastewater and storm water treatment processes to reduce costs, improve performance and develop best practices. Provides daily support and technical leadership within the Division regarding operations process monitoring, process management and optimization of programs in support of process safety, security and environmental compliance. Provides process engineering guidance and expertise to the Division regarding the operation of divisional facilities as well as environmental, source water protection and other related initiatives.
The position works in concert with other WOB Sections to allow the Branch to 1) assure the health and safety of the community re the provision of safe drinking water; 2) ensure compliance with legislative/regulatory requirements for operation of a Municipal Drinking Water System (MDWS), and 3) develop/update operational and administrative practices to mitigate risk and optimize quality and efficiency.
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.
This CUPE 35 position, Under the general supervision of the Manager of Water and Sewer and the technical direction and guidance of the Water / Sewer Leadhand(s), performs a variety of jobs related to the construction, maintenance and operation of the sewer and water infrastructure.
You will be responsible for planning, scheduling, and supervising all operations and maintenance activities, staff, projects and support services for InnServices Utilities Inc., as well as assumes the Overall Responsible Operator (ORO) duties for water and wastewater systems (subject to possessing the required water and wastewater certifications).
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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