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Wastewater Operator Level C
Town of Jonesville
Technical and labor work in the operation and maintenance of a municipal wastewater treatment plant and wastewater collection facilities.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
- Performs assigned work activities associated with the wastewater plant and distribution system.
- Ensures safe, legal efficient day-to-day operations of plant facilities.
- Conducts daily inspections of plant to detect malfunctions and takes corrective actions.
- Prepares accurate and complete records of plant operation and laboratory data analysis.
- Performs routine samples in yard laboratory tests in accordance with the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES).
- Ensures safe use of all chemicals and mechanical treatment related supplies.
- Reads and records daily plant parameters and equipment readings. Makes adjustments to the equipment based on guidelines set by Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
- Performs interior and exterior building maintenance, housekeeping chores and grounds maintenance tasks.
- Performs preventative, corrective and emergency maintenance on all electrical and mechanical plant systems.
- Willing to work rotating weekends to check treatment plant!
- Serves as backup for water department as needed.
- Assists the water and street departments as needed.
- Performs other duties as may be delegated by Town Council.
(These essential job functions are not to be construed as a complete statement of all duties performed. Employees will be required to perform other job-related marginal duties as required.)
KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES AND SKILLS:
Knowledge of wastewater plant operations, procedures, and methods. Knowledge of occupational hazards and safety procedures. Knowledge of math and chemistry. Ability to work weekends. Ability to complete records and reports. Good mechanical skills. Ability to maintain good working relationship with Council, co-workers and citizens.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
High School graduate or possession of an acceptable equivalency diploma and vocational/technical training in water/wastewater treatment plant operations. Three (3) year previous experience and/or training involving wastewater treatment plant operations.
(A comparable amount of training, education or experience can be substituted for the minimum qualifications.)
LICENSES, CERTIFICATES OR REGISTRATIONS
- Must possess and maintain a valid State of South Carolina Class C Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator License.
- Must possess and maintain a valid South Carolina driver’s license and have clean driving history.
ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL SKILLS:
- Acceptable eyesight (with or without correction).
- Acceptable hearing (with or without correction).
- Ability to communicate both orally and in writing.
- Moderate (15 to 50 pounds) lifting and carrying.
- Climbing, walking, smelling.
- Depth perception and distinguish colors.
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS: Work inside and outside in various weather conditions with: noise, chemicals, electrical energy or radiant energy and odors. May be required to work on slippery surfaces and uneven surfaces.
Benefits: State retirement plan, 100% Health coverage on employee, Paid Holidays, Paid Sick Leave, Paid Vacation
Salary: $16.00 to $18.00 per hour depending on experience.
Applications may be obtained in person at the Jonesville Town Hall, 131 North Main St. Jonesville, SC 29353 or a resume and cover letter can be emailed directly to
Wastewater System Operator
Grand Strand Water & Sewer Authority
GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK: Performs semi-skilled work in the operation, cleaning and maintenance of collection system sewer lines, pump stations, manholes and wet wells; does related work as needed. Performs essential work functions during inclement weather conditions. Work is performed under regular supervision.
- Operates, monitors and maintains pumping stations, grinder and effluent pumps, and isolation, control and air release valves;
- Operates and maintains vehicles, equipment and tools for safe performance of duties;
- Cleans, monitors, tests, maintains and repairs collections and transmissions systems, including sewer line repairs, cleaning, TVing, clean out installation and smoke testing;
- Investigates collection system for inflow/infiltration problems and makes repairs;
- Responds to wastewater stoppages/backups, makes corrections and/or repairs and discusses problem with customers;
- Prepares daily/weekly/monthly records of pump operations, complaint responses and activities;
- Performs on-call response after hours and on holidays on a rotating basis and responds to emergencies as needed;
- Participates with restoration projects, pump station upgrades and rebuilding of pumps;
- Monitors and maintains odor control systems;
- Pumps and cleans settling tanks;
- Performs all tasks in a safe manner and in accordance with approved safety procedures;
- Works around raw sewage, which is subject to OSHA standards on blood borne pathogens;
- Develops and implements pertinent performance objectives and demonstrates knowledge of all basic components and programs of the collections department;
- Performs intermediate math functions;
- Participates in the maintenance of positive customer relations;
- Performs tasks related to all GSWSA functions as required.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: Intermediate knowledge of electrical tasks with troubleshooting skills including the ability to use amp and volt meters; knowledge of tools, materials, equipment and tasks involved in the operations and maintenance of a sanitary sewer collection system, including the ability to operate pumps, generators, pressure cleaners, pump and haul, TV inspection and associated equipment, power tools and hand tools; ability to understand and follow oral and written directions and communicate effectively with staff and customers; ability to perform manual labor for extended periods under all weather conditions; ability to use appropriate safety equipment, follow safe work procedures, understand, and comply with Authority policies; ability to obtain state certification for wastewater collections and/or treatment and CDL driver’s license; ability to perform strenuous manual labor under all weather conditions in the field; ability to lift 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects; ability to bend, reach and stand for extended periods of time, climb ladders, twist, sit, kneel, crawl, squat and walk; ability to drive a vehicle daily.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a High School Diploma or GED.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possession of a valid appropriate SC driver’s license. Must be able to obtain a “D” SC Wastewater Collection License and a Commercial Driver’s License within four years.
SALARY RANGE: $28,828.80 – $59,966.40
DEADLINE OF RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS: 5:00 pm, Tuesday, October 23, 2018.
Town of Jonesville
The Town of Jonesville is currently accepting applications for a hands-on, full-time Utilities Director. This position reports directly to the Town Council and Mayor. The Utilities Director is responsible for planning, directing, coordinating and monitoring the operations of the water and wastewater utilities division. This is an “On-Call” position and candidates must be accustomed (or willing) to report to work as needed other than normal business hours.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Plans, directs, coordinates, and monitors the operations and activities of the Utility Department including the water system and wastewater plant and facilities;
- Makes hiring and termination recommendations; Organizes, prioritizes, directs and assigns work while providing technical expertise; Monitors work in progress and inspects completed work; Counsels, disciplines and resolves employee concerns and problems.
- Establishes and maintains policies and procedures governing the operation and maintenance of the Town’s utility facilities; prepares and recommends long and short-term plans, cost estimates for capital improvement, and renewal and replacement programs required to maintain the facilities and equipment in compliance with applicable regulations.
- Develops and administers the Utilities department operating and capital improvement budgets; monitors and approves expenditures and adjusts budget as necessary
- Manages purchasing activities, including vendor bids, including specifications for the treatment plant and associated chemical purchases.
- Manages and coordinates the activities of employee, contractors and consultants engaged in the planning, design, operation, construction, maintenance, repairs and servicing of Town’s utility facilities and infrastructure.
- Oversees the Wastewater treatment plant and performs operational control laboratory testing and supervises the preparation of required comprehensive reports; ensures departmental compliance with all applicable codes, laws, rules, regulations, standards, policies and procedures, initiating any actions necessary to correct deviations or violations.
- Coordinates rate making and rate monitoring to ensure adequacy of current operations and rates.
- Monitors required training for operating personnel and ensures licenses and certifications are kept current; oversees the development and implementation of safety programs for the utility department in compliance with Town and industry standards.
- Maintains a system of departmental records and reports which meet State, Federal. County and Town’s regulations and oversees proper maintenance, retention and destruction of all records and documents.
- Represents the department before the Town’s Council, regulatory agencies, community organizations and the general public; leads public relations efforts; resolves complaints and fosters/coordinates internal and external relationships.
- Serves on various committees to provide technical expertise and advice related to engineering, project design and construction.
- Researches grant information, writes, negotiates and administers grants in accordance with required standards.
- Compiles and prepares various administrative and statistical data and reports; analyzes data to identify trends; prepares/generates reports and maintains records.
- Performs general/clerical tasks as necessary, which may include answering telephone calls, typing documents, making copies, sending/receiving faxes, filing documentation, processing incoming/outgoing mail, preparing presentations, and coordinating meetings.
- Maintains comprehensive and current knowledge of applicable laws/regulations; new procedures, practices, technologies, trends and advances in the profession; maintains professional affiliations; attends conferences, workshops, and training sessions as appropriate.
QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Education and Experience
- Seven years of progressively responsible experience in managing utilities operations, with prior water distribution or wastewater plant experience, or
- Any equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the relevant knowledge, skills and abilities for the job.
Necessary Knowledge Skills and Abilities
- Experienced in the preparation of DMR reports, Sanitary Surveys, Lead and Copper sampling, THMs and HHAs sampling and Environmental Laboratory Inspections
- Experience in preparing and presenting long range utility plans and programs
- Thorough knowledge of the modern principles and practices governing the operations of water production, distribution and wastewater utility systems; knowledge of the machines, equipment and materials along with the occupational hazards and safety precautions
- Sound knowledge of civil engineering theory, techniques, principles and practices applicable to the planning, design and construction of utilities projects
- Extensive knowledge of applicable Federal and State codes, regulations and ordinances governing the administration of the wastewater treatment plant
- Thorough knowledge of laboratory techniques used in the analysis of public water supply and computerized operations monitoring and control systems
- Sound knowledge of repair and maintenance practices of mechanical and electrical equipment and machinery
- Advanced knowledge in preparing written technical reports, cost estimates and cost records
- Sound knowledge of modern principles and practices of public administration, including planning, organizing, budgeting, personnel and project management.
- Advanced ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with subordinates, superiors, municipal officials, consultants and contractors and the general public
- Sound experience addressing groups including civic organizations on subjects related to utility programs and projects.
Licensing and Certification
- South Carolina Level “C” Biological Wastewater Operator’s license. (Required)
- South Carolina Level “C” Water Treatment Plant Operator’s license.
- South Carolina Level “C” Water Distribution Operator’s license.
- Valid South Carolina driver’s license
Benefits: State retirement plan, 100% Health coverage on employee, Paid Holidays, Paid Sick Leave, Paid Vacation
Salary: will be based on years of experience and which license are held and at what level.
Deadline: Open Until Filled
Applications can be picked up at:
Jonesville Town Hall, 131 North Main St., Jonesville, SC 29353
Or resumes along with a cover letter can be emailed to:
Chester Metropolitan District
General Statement of Job Duties:
Under occasional supervision, coordinates, supervises and participates in a variety of routine and special water distribution program operations and projects. Receives, reviews and resolves customer complaints regarding water services. Performs related work as assigned.
- Coordinates, supervises and participates in a variety of routine and special water distribution program operations and projects.
- Locates water lines.
- Coordinates and conducts fire hydrant flow testing and inspections; coordinates hydrant replacement and repairs.
- Coordinates and conducts system flushing.
- Coordinates valve maintenance.
- Coordinates and supervises backflow testing.
- Monitors system chlorine levels; initiates action as necessary to maintain appropriate levels.
- Oversees water tank maintenance.
- Conducts S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control sanitary surveys.
- Coordinates water tap installations with maintenance crews.
- Prepares and processes permits for right-of-way encroachment.
- Receives, records and processes daily water maintenance crew work orders.
- Assists with minor and major maintenance and repair work as necessary.
- Receives, reviews and resolves customer complaints regarding water services.
- Attends and assists with public hearings and meetings pertaining to water service problems and projects.
- Reviews blueprints for water distribution system extensions and rehabilitation work; makes recommendations to supervisor, engineers, contractors and developers as appropriate; inspects water line construction for compliance with regulations, plans, specifications, and standards of quality and safety.
- Maintains water distribution system maps and records.
- Maintains assigned vehicles and equipment.
- Prepares and submits various records and reports as required.
- Assists in coordinating assigned activities with those of other departments, agencies, contractors, etc., as necessary.
Minimum Training and Experience:
Requires high school diploma or GED equivalent supplemented by formal training or specialized advanced training in utility system maintenance, plus five years of experience in utility system maintenance, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Must possess a valid state driver’s license. Must possess a Class “D” Water Distribution System Operator certification.
Employees interested should apply online at www.cmdcsd.com or contact Beth Taylerson, Human Resources Manager at for more information.
Hiring Salary Range: $16.68 – $22.24/hour.
Chester Metropolitan District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Environmental Laboratory Technician
Town of Winnsboro
Minimum Training & Experience: Graduation from a two or four-year accredited college or university with college level training in environmental science, chemistry, microbiology, water and wastewater or two years’ experience in an environmental laboratory. The equivalent combination of education and relate work experience may be considered. A valid driver’s license is required.
Desirable Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
- Knowledge of basic laboratory skills
- Knowledge of water treatment plant operations
- Knowledge of computer systems and software
- Ability to follow directions and preform functions and analysis from written, technical directions
- Ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing
- Ability to interpret environmental regulations
- Ability to respond to emergency situations 24 hours per day
- Ability to maintain positive customer-focused relationships with co-workers, supervisors, agencies, the general public, and all other internal and external customers. Personally demonstrates appropriate customer services skills.
- Monitors, collects, and performs laboratory analyses on samples for MPDES permit, process control for water treatment plant.
- Collects samples at off site locations whenever required
- Maintains field equipment, instrumentation, records for field instruments, maintains quality control/quality assurance.
- Troubleshoots supplies and sampling equipment.
- Orders supplies and chemicals for laboratory
- Maintains chain of custody and other records for samples
- Prepares bottles and other supplies as needed
- Performs all other duties as may be assigned to meet organizational needs
Preforms all other duties as my be assigned to meet organizational needs.
Salary: $34,000.00 – $44,000.00
Close Date: Open until position filled.
Jennifer Edwards to apply.
Utility Worker Team I (2 positions available)
City of Tega Cay
This job reports to an assigned Team Leader. Relocation is not provided and travel is not required.
This is a Full-Time position, working 1st Shift.
Overview: Under general supervision, performs various tasks associated with the maintenance and repair of water collection and/or distribution system components, roadways and sidewalks. Performs related work as required. Reports to assigned supervisor.
Performs various tasks associated with the installation, maintenance and/or repair of collection and/or distribution system components, roadways and sidewalks, etc.; will be assigned to specific duties according to city needs and/or employee knowledge and abilities.
Performs the installation, maintenance, cleaning, repair and/or replacement of system components such as water mains and accessories, service lines, backflow devices, pipe, fire hydrants and hydrant extensions, new service taps, manholes, meter boxes, meters and appurtenances, air/vacuum valves, etc.
Exercises valves within system to help ensure their proper operation; performs minor maintenance including valve box clean-out, changing out operating nuts, adjusting valve box/manhole grade, etc.
Performs above-ground physicals on collection system rights-of-way and larger diameter water lines, verifying proper operation of air/vacuum valves, location of manholes, valve boxes, blow-off, etc., and does minor repairs as needed.
Flushes and/or monitors hydrants as part of the flushing program or as a response to customer complaints. Makes minor repairs to hydrants, such as painting, replacing caps, etc.
Cleans collection system lines as part of the preventive maintenance program and in response to stoppages, using combination truck or other approved methods. Installs infiltration and inflow monitoring equipment. Performs CCTV of collection system lines due to emergencies or as preventive
Cleans collection system lines as part of the preventive maintenance program and in response to stoppages, using combination truck or other approved methods. Installs infiltration and inflow monitoring equipment. Performs CCTV of collection system lines due to emergencies or as preventive maintenance.
May perform the maintenance and repair of streets, sidewalks and curb sections, excavated areas, etc.
Loads and unloads materials for transport to and from the shop and job sites; relocates traffic plates and other materials/equipment to and from the shop and job sites as required.
Operates and maintains various types of equipment and tools, which may include a wacker tamp, service truck, tractors, trencher, asphalt roller, loader, jetting machine, cement mixer, air compressors, boring machine, pumps, jack hammer, tapping machine, pipe cutters, metal detector, pipe locator, pressure gauges, hammerhead moles, mighty moles, leak detectors, jet truck, meter cut-off tools, various cleaning apparatus, diagnostic tools, carpentry tools, plumbing tools, mechanic’s tools, various other hand and power tools, etc.
Controls traffic at job site as needed.
Performs backfilling, grading and excavation as necessary. Digs holes and trenches as needed.
May locate water mains, service and utility lines, valves, etc., as required. Verifies existing utility conflicts by post holing.
Observes collection/distribution system components for leaks, sanitary sewer overflows and other problems.
May form, pour and finish concrete and apply asphalt as needed. May perform minor carpentry and painting work as needed. May read water meters.
Observes prescribed safety rules in the performance of activities and uses safety gear as required.
Performs duties and responsibilities as necessary on an on-call basis after the normal shift has ended. Performs related duties as required.
Education Requirements: High School diploma or equivalent
Certification Requirements: Valid driver’s license
Additional Information/Benefits: Requires high school diploma or GED equivalent with practical and progressive training and experience in water system service repair or a closely related area, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Must possess a valid driver’s license. CDL preferred
Benefits: Medical Insurance, Life Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid Vacation, Paid Sick Days, Paid Holidays, Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability, Pension/Retirement
Screening Requirements: Motor Vehicle, Drug Screen, Criminal Background Check, Physical Exam
Salary Range: $29,318 – $41,045 annually. Pay is dependent on qualifications.
Deputy General Manager – Finance
Summerville Commission of Public Works
The Summerville Commissioners of Public Works is accepting applications for the position of Deputy General Manager – Finance. A bachelor’s degree in accounting is preferred with at least 5 years of increasingly responsible accounting/financial or auditing experience. CPA required. The Deputy General Manager must be a strong hands-on financial professional, with a high level of ethics and integrity; be able to make independent decisions; be able to exercise discretion, tact, courtesy and patience with staff and effectively and accurately complete analytical or interpretive financial projects. Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills are a must. The successful candidate must pass a background check and drug test. The salary range for this position is $80,000 – $120,000. An excellent benefit package is provided.
An application is located on our website: www.summervillecpw.com
Submit cover letter, application and resume to Human Resources, Summerville CPW, PO Box 817, Summerville, SC 29484
Water Plant Operator I
The City of Rock Hill
MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE
A high school diploma, supplemented by at least three years experience in water treatment. The equivalent combination of education and related work experience may be considered.
A “B” level certification in water treatment is preferred; a “C” level certificate in water treatment will be accepted with the ability to obtain a “B” license within one year of hire.
DESIRABLE KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
Considerable knowledge of the process involved in the pumping and purification of water, including chemical tests and microbiological testing.
Knowledge of the functions and servicing requirements of mechanical equipment and machinery.
Knowledge of state and federal regulations pertaining to water treatment.
Ability to inspect machinery and mechanical equipment and to detect flaws and defects in operation.
Ability to understand and follow oral and written communications.
Ability to read meters and charts accurately and to maintain records of shift operators.
Ability to work well independently as well as with others.
Ability to maintain positive customer-focused relationships with co-workers, supervisors, agencies, the general public, and all other internal and external customers. Personally demonstrates appropriate customer service skills.
Responsible for day-to-day operations, including control and maintenance of a 36 MSD surface water treatment facility.
Operates plant’s SCADA system, controlling pressure and flow of water in the distribution system
Operates pumps and machinery, regulating valves and observing the flow dials.
Keep daily log of all shift operations; reads gauges and records information.
Conducts laboratory tests and analysis, adds chemicals to water system in accordance with prescribed standards.
Makes visual inspections of working apparatus and grounds.
Performs all other duties as may be assigned to meet organizational needs.
Salary Range: $36,691-53,185 annually
Note: 12 Hour shifts (12:00 am – 12:00 pm; 7 days on/ 7 days off)
Applications will be accepted until a suitable candidate is found. Priority consideration may be given to qualified persons currently employed by the City of Rock Hill who submit their application to the Human Resources Department.
The City of Rock Hill is an Equal Opportunity Employer—M-F-D-V.
Town of Lexington
The Town of Lexington is accepting applications for the position of Assistant Inspector in the Utilities Department. Under limited supervision, inspects new and existing water and sewer lines, to ensure they are installed in accordance with State and Town specifications and regulations. Performs related technical work as required. This position reports to the Director of Utilities. Must be organized, efficient, have excellent communication and computer skills.
This position requires a technical college diploma in surveying, drafting, construction inspection or related field supplemented by 4 to 5 years of utility construction and/or construction inspection experience, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Applicant must possess a valid South Carolina driver’s license and be able to obtain a distribution certification level D within 2 years.
Applications may be obtained from the Town Hall at 111 Maiden Lane, Lexington SC 29072. Applications and resumes must be submitted to Allen Lutz, Director of Utilities, P.O. Box 397, Lexington, SC 29071 or fax to 803-358-1535 or email address . Position will remain open until filled. US Military Veterans are encouraged to apply. EOE/AA.
Water Plant Operator “C”
Town of Winnsboro
Under general supervision, responsible for following procedures established to produce safe drinking water within regulations. Performs analysis of water content, maintains records of analysis and treatment. Operates technical equipment including motors, pumps, lab equipment, volt/amp meters, mechanical tools, turbidity meter, etc.
Must have high school diploma or equivalent with three years experience in water operation. Must have minimum of “C” certification and ability to obtain “B” certification. Must possess a valid South Carolina driver’s license. See Town of Winnsboro website for more information.
Will be required to work shifts.
Please apply in person or send resume to:
Town of Winnsboro
207 North Congress Street
PO Box 209
Winnsboro, SC 29180
(803) 635-4943 Office | (803) 635-3697 Fax
CLOSING DATE: open until filled
The Town of Winnsboro is an EOE.
Associate Maintenance Technician (posting # 2018007)
Georgetown County Water & Sewer District
General Purpose: Responsible for assisting in the maintenance of all sewer pump stations, plant facilities, and equipment.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities (required at all Pay Grade levels):
Inspects plant equipment to ensure proper and normal operation.
Operates hand held and light equipment including meters, jet trailer, and step pump unit.
Performs maintenance including cleaning, lubricating, and minor repair on all district vehicles and equipment.
Performs pump station checks according to District procedures.
Performs routine step unit and grinder maintenance and repair.
Performs routine jetting and vacuuming of sewer lines, manholes, and pump stations.
Cleans lines, stations, step units.
Processes computer work orders including man hours, inventory, and needed comments.
Interacts with customers.
Performs all duties in conformance to appropriate safety and security standards.
Other Duties and Responsibilities (required of Associate Maintenance Technicians at all Pay Grade Levels):
Inspects meters and connections for defects, damage, and unauthorized connections.
May perform portions of the work of higher classified positions, occasionally, as assigned.
Participates in “on-call” after hours rotation.
Serves on various employee or other committees, as assigned.
Performs related duties as assigned.
Desired Education and Experience
Associate Maintenance Tech Pay Grade 1
High School diploma or equivalent
1 year work experience
Valid SC Driver’s License / CDL Desired
Associate Maintenance Tech Pay Grade 2
High School diploma or equivalent
2 years related work experience
Valid SC Driver’s License / “A” or “B” CDL with tanker and air brakes endorsement
Salary: $13.11 – $17.05/hour
Position open until filled. Georgetown County Water & Sewer District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, or disability. EEO / Drug Free.
Water Reclamation Operations Supervisor
Georgetown County Water & Sewer District
Responsible for supervising all Water Reclamation Department activities, including management of the four plants and all employees in the department. The successful candidate will have a minimum of five years experience in water reclamation operations, including compliance with related EPA, DHEC, and OSHA rules, regulations, and procedures related to the operation and maintenance of water reclamation activities. In addition to experience, the successful candidate will have environmental certifications in Biological Wastewater Treatment (Class A License required), and Voluntary Collections (Class A License preferred). Also desired are an associate’s degree in engineering, biology, chemistry, physical science, or environmental science and a minimum of one year of supervisory experience. For a complete description of duties, please view the posting at www.gcwsd.com/employment/employment.
To Apply: Go to www.gcwsd.com/employment and click on the button to “Apply Here”. Select the appropriate job and proceed to the application site. Please note that the application site will time out after 40 minutes total so please have all of your contact information for previous employers and educational information handy before you begin the application.
Pay Range: $51,000-$68,985
Position Open Until Filled.
Georgetown County Water & Sewer District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, or disability. EEO / Drug Free.
Meansville-Riley Road Water Company
The Meansville Riley Road Water Company has two vacancies for a Maintenance Technician. Under the general supervision of the Operations Manager, performs work associated with the operation and maintenance of the water system including water main leak repair and new water meter installations.
♦ High School Diploma or GED
♦ Pre-employment drug test & physical
♦ Valid driver’s license
♦ Company accepted SLED background check
♦ 10-year driving record
♦ Willing to work during inclement weather and after hours
Hiring Pay Range: $14.10 – $20.30 (depending on qualifications and experience.
To Apply: Contact the office to obtain an Application for Employment. A resume and cover letter can be sent along with the completed Application for Employment to the address below.
Meansville Riley Road Water Co.
1779 Cross Keys Highway
Union, SC 29379
Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator
Chester County Wastewater Recovery
Hours of Work: 8:00 – 5:00 (rotating weekend required)
Opening Date: July 30, 2018
Closing Date: Until Filled
Hiring Pay Range: $18.60 – $26.18 per hour (Dependent on Qualifications)
General Statement of Job Duties: Under occasional supervision, operates the Chester Sewer District wastewater treatment plant, following applicable laws, regulations, policies, procedures and standards of quality and safety. Maintains plant equipment and systems. Performs related work as required. Reports to the Wastewater Treatment Plant Superintendent.
Minimum Training and Experience: Requires high school diploma or GED equivalent supplemented by formal training, or specialized advanced training in wastewater treatment plant operations, plus two years of experience in plant operations, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Must possess Class “D” Biological Wastewater Treatment Operator Certification. Must possess a valid state driver’s license.
Chester County Wastewater Recovery offers a competitive benefits package to include vacation/sick leave, holiday pay, State of South Carolina Insurance (health, prescription drug, dental, vision, life) and South Carolina Retirement System benefits.
Applicants may apply online at www.cmdcsd.com.
Chester County Wastewater Recovery is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Public Works & Utilities Water – Sewer Division
City of Clinton
Work hours: Full time – Monday-Friday; 7:30a – 3:30p (varies in summer); Subject to emergency recall.
Responsible for the day to day operations of the municipal water distribution and sewer (sanitary and storm) systems.
Performs routine administrative and managerial duties such as managing, scheduling, guiding, leading, and directing the personnel and resources of the division.
Performs all work in compliance with all federal, state, and other applicable agencies, policies, procedures, regulations, and standards of quality and safety.
MUST Possess and maintain a minimum of a Class B water distribution license issued by SCDHEC
Possess and maintain a valid SC commercial driver’s license – Minimum Class B
Degree in Civil Engineering, Chemistry, Biology, or related field (PE Registration a plus) with at least five years of progressive management experience.
Pay info: $49,000 – $61,000 DOE/DOQ
How to apply: Fully completed applications are required. Resumes and cover letters may be submitted with a completed application, but not in lieu of the application. Applications and more information are available at the M.S. Bailey Municipal Center at 211 North Broad Street in Clinton or online @ www.cityofclintonsc.com. Indicate position #4040. Mailing address PO Box 748, Clinton, SC 29325-0748 Attn: Robin Entrekin
Deadline: Open until filled
EOE Disclaimer: Employees of the City of Clinton and applicants for employment shall be afforded equal opportunity in all aspects of employment without regard to race, color, religion, political affiliation, national origin, disability, marital status, gender, or age.