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City of Sheldon - Water Operator
(Added 3/22/2017)

Warren Water District - Service Technician
(Added 3/22/2017)

City of Gilbertville - Public Works Director
(Added 3/22/2017)

Northwest Iowa Community College - Safety Training Compliance Coordinator
(Added 3/22/2017)

Walworth County (WI) Metropolitan Sewerage District - Administrator/Engineer
(Added 3/16/2017)

City of Pleasantville - Public Works Position
(Added 3/8/2017)

Oskaloosa Municipal Water Department - Water/Wastewater Maintenance I
(Added 3/2/2017)

Regional Water Rural Water Association - Water Plant Operator
(Added 2/10/2017)

 

 


 

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City of Sheldon - Water Operator
(Added 3/22/2017)

The City of Sheldon, Iowa is accepting application for a full time Water Operator. This position will provide assistance with the operation and maintenance of the City's water treatment plant and distribution system. The position will require: Proper certification of a willingness to obtain certification; a CDL or the ability to obtain one; High school diploma or equivalent; the ability to work in adverse weather conditions, assist in various departments, including snow removal; residency within the Sheldon city limits; physical and drug screening. A full job description is posted at www.sheldoniowa.com. Salary will be contingent on qualifications, experience and approval of the AFSCME/Iowa Council 6 bargaining unit. The City of Sheldon offers an attractive benefits package. Send resume and cover letter or application to: City of Sheldon, Attn: Todd Uhl, PO Box 276, Sheldon, IA 51201 or email to [email protected]. Applications will be accepted through April 15, 2017. The position is open until filled. The City of Sheldon is an EOE.

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Warren Water District - Service Technician
(Added 3/22/2017)

Warren Water District is seeking a motivated, team oriented individual for the position of Service Technician. This position works under the direction of the Assistant Manager generally working independently in performing operation and maintenance duties of the water distribution system and of 2 small sewer systems. A person with strong mechanical skills or aptitude is desired. This position requires a state of Iowa Grade 1 water distribution operator certification of the ability to acquire it within 24 months. A valid Iowa driver's license is also required.

Warren Water District has an excellent pay and benefits package.

Applicants are encouraged to fill out a job application at the District's office, 1204 E. 2nd Avenue, Indianola, IA 50125, or by calling the office (515-962-1200) to have the application form emailed or faxed and to obtain a copy of the job description.

Questions should be directed to Stan Ripperger or Andy Fish at 515-962-1200.

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City of Gilbertville - Public Works Director
(Added 3/22/2017)

Water Grade I/Wastewater Treatment Grade II
Gilbertville, Iowa

Job Summary: To ensure and perform a variety of skilled, technical and administrative work in the operation, repair, maintenance and replacement of complex wastewater equipment and treatment processes. The position requires a Grade l Water Treatment and Certification and a Wastewater Grade II Treatment Certification or Grade I with ability to obtain Grade II. Must possess a valid driver's license and a CLD. Be available Full-time and possible weekends and must have the ability to be on-call and respond to emergency call-outs. Computer knowledge using Microsoft Office products a must. Salary based on qualifications and experience with excellent benefits.

RESPONSIBLITIES

  1. Maintain all pertinent records.
  2. Informed of all Federal and State regulations.
  3. Operate, repair and maintain equipment.
  4. Maintain and repair lift stations.
  5. Maintain and repair water distribution system.
  6. Plan, organize and perform laboratory testing and monitoring.
  7. Read remote water meters and meter pits.
  8. Collect water samples for testing.
  9. Ability to be on call for emergency situations.


QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Grade I Water Treatment and Water Distribution or ability to obtain
  2. Grade II Waste Water Treatment or ability to obtain
  3. CDL or ability to obtain

All qualified candidates must submit an application and resume detailing education, work experience, salary history and salary requirements to the City of Gilbertville, P. O. Box 107, Gilbertville, Iowa 50634. Contact City Hall for an application at 319-296-1822. Preliminary deadline is 2:00 p.m. Thursday March 30, 2017 although resumes will continue to be accepted until position is filled.

The City of Gilbertville is E.O.E.

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Northwest Iowa Community College - Safety Training Compliance Coordinator
(Added 3/22/2017)

Full time position.  Responsible for the planning, development, and coordination of employee safety and training programs, in accordance with federal, state, and local regulations and policies; and development of written programs and policies for cities and utilities for their compliance with safety regulations.  Training in industrial safety, first aid, and accident prevention and/or direct experience with gas, water, electric utility, and telecommunications operations and practices; and knowledge of computer software required.  Applications accepted until position is filled.  For more details go to www.nwicc.edu.  Click on “Alumni & Community” and then “NCC Job Postings”.  Or, contact Human Resources Office, Northwest Iowa Community College, Sheldon, Iowa, 712-324-5061.  AAEOE

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Walworth County (WI) Metropolitan Sewerage District - Administrator/Engineer
(Added 3/16/2017)

The Walworth County Metropolitan Sewerage District seeks an administrator to be responsible for providing overall administrative engineering direction for a metropolitan wastewater facility located, in Delavan, 45 miles southwest of Milwaukee Wisconsin.

The District has 18 full time employees, including supervisors for treatment plant operation, and the collection system. Plant has 7.00 MGD capacity, with approximately 17,100 residential equivalent units serving ten communities ranging in population up to 10,000.

Responsibilities: Management and administration of the day-to-day business affairs and oversight of any facility, associated sewers and lift station construction, maintenance and operation, including preparation of applications for licenses, permits or other consents as may be required to construct and/or operate the facilities, and review of plans, specifications for District expansion. Preparation of the annual budget and the updating of the long range capital improvement projects plan. Staffing responsibilities include interview and recommendation to the Commission of competent personnel.

The Administrator is the liaison between the Commissioners of the District and various municipalities, governmental agencies and the public who are served by the District; and will assist the development of appropriate policies and the formation and adoption of sewer use ordinances and rates.

Qualifications: Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering or related science with a minimum of 5 years of public administration and utility management supervision experience with water and wastewater treatment and sanitary collection systems. Certification as a Wisconsin professional engineer and wastewater operator are preferred. This position requires a proven record of team building and customer service.

This position requires a leader with excellent communication skills and a high customer service, quality and excellence orientation with a strategic vision for the future. We offer competitive compensation, an excellent benefit package and an exceptional quality of life in our historic community.

To apply please complete the application on the WalCoMet website at walcomet.com and return with a resume to [email protected]. Position is open until filled.

WalCoMet is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

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City of Pleasantville - Public Works Position
(Added 3/8/2017)

The City of Pleasantville is currently accepting applications for a self-motivated individual for a Public Works position. There will be a post employment physical and drug screen. Starting salary range is $17.00 to $18.45 based on experience. Application deadline is March 17, 2017.

Duties/Responsibilities

Qualifications

The City of Pleasantville is an EOE

Please submit cover letter, resume and application with three professional references to

Pleasantville City Hall
108 W. Jackson St.
PO Box 566
Pleasantville, IA 50225
[email protected]
[email protected]

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Oskaloosa Municipal Water Department - Water/Wastewater Maintenance I
(Added 3/2/2017)

The Oskaloosa Municipal Water Department is accepting applications for a full-time Water/Wastewater Maintenance I position.  Candidates need to have experience in installation and maintenance of wastewater and water infrastructure, utility locates, and treatment plant operations.  Position requires a State of Iowa Grade I Water or Wastewater Treatment License, or a State of Iowa Grade I Water Distribution License, or the ability to acquire within six months of hire, and a Class A CDL with Tanker endorsement.

Wage Range is $21.00 to $24.94 depending on qualifications.  An excellent benefits package is also available.

Complete job description and applications are available at the Oskaloosa Municipal Water Department office, 1208 South 7th Street, Oskaloosa.

You may also follow this link to the necessary information:
http://www.oskaloosaiowa.org/Jobs.aspx?UniqueId=98&From=All&CommunityJobs=
False&JobID=WaterWastewater-Maintenance-I-30

Applicants should complete and submit an application AND submit a resume and cover letter specifying interest to:

Oskaloosa Municipal Water Department
Attn:  Chad Coon
P.O. Box 708
Oskaloosa, Iowa  52577

Please include current mailing address, phone number(s), and e-mail address.

Pre-employment physical and drug screen required.

Equal Opportunity Employer

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Regional Water Rural Water Association - Water Plant Operator
(Added 2/10/2017)

Regional Water Rural Water Association, a non-profit company, is accepting applications for a water operator for its treatment plant in Avoca, Iowa.  After an initial orientation and probationary period, the operator will become the chief operator and plant superintendent.  Candidates must have or obtain a Grade 3 license for water treatment within six months of date of hire.  Out-of-state applicants can assess their potential eligibility for obtaining an Iowa Grade 3 certification by consulting http://www.iowadnr.gov/Environmental-Protection/Water-Quality/Certification/Water-Wastewater-Operators .  Duties include but not limited to: collecting samples, performing water tests, taking corrective action as necessary, drafting and filing all necessary reports, and maintaining water equipment and facilities, including wells.  Weekend work, on a rotating basis, is required.  Starting salary based on experience and qualifications.

Send resumes and cover letters to [email protected] or to REGIONAL WATER, 108 HIGHWAY 59, AVOCA, IA 51521, Contact name: Nicholas Gaul.  Please be certain to list all experience, qualifications and certifications in the field of water, water treatment, water distribution, and/or wastewater, particularly if applying from outside the state of Iowa.  Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Regional Water is an equal opportunity employer..

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