Town of Somerset Water Pollution Control Department
OPERATORS ASSISTANT GRADE 4
Water Pollution Treatment Plant Operator
Full Time Day Shift
Water Pollution Control Facility
166 Walker Street
APPLICANTS MUST MEET THE LICENSE REQUIREMENTS FOR THIS POSITION
Applications will be accepted until January 15th, 2019
Full Time Day Shift
Water Pollution Control Facility
166 Walker Street
Applications will be accepted until January 29th, 2019
Applications and complete job descriptions along with a list of job requirements are available for this both positions at the office of the Board of Water and Sewer Commissioners, 3249 County Street, Somerset MA 02726 or by calling 508-674-4215
Applicants should forward a resume and completed application to the address below in care of:
Bob Bozikowski – Superintendent
Water and Sewer Department
Somerset, MA 02726
Town of Somerset is an AAEEO minorities employer.
Quonset Development Corporation
This position plans, directs,
and has “responsible charge” of all activities and personnel of the Quonset
Development Corporation’s (QDC) Publicly Owned Treatment Works (POTW). The position reports directly to the Director
of Public Works, and is supported by the Manager of Engineering and Industrial Pretreatment
(IPP) Coordinator. The incumbent ensures
that the POTW complies with all federal and state wastewater and safety regulations,
and that all facilities and collection system are in a “standard of good repair”
at all times. The incumbent further ensures that all sampling, laboratory
testing, and reporting is completed in full compliance with the POTW’s RIPDES permit,
and other applicable EPA requirements. The incumbent anticipates
operating problems and directs proactive measures to avoid malfunctions/failures
of equipment. The incumbent prepares financials/budgets; manages the
WWTF operations staff (including hiring, performance management, employee
development, training, disciplinary action, termination recommendation);
represents QDC as the WWTF Treatment Facility subject matter expert to outside
agencies, vendors, and regulators. The
QDC has an InterJurisdictional Agreement (IJA) with the Town of North
Kingstown, RI, and the incumbent shall act as the liaison between the QDC POTW and
the NK Wastewater Department. The QDC
encourages and supports the incumbent to participate in professional
development and be an active member of State/Regional/National wastewater professional
- 3 years of progressively
responsible experience at a Grade 3 WWTF level.
- Valid RIDEM Grade
3, or higher, wastewater operator certificate.
- Valid Driver’s
- Familiarity with EPA’s
“NetDMR” electronic reporting system, Federal Pretreatment Rule (40 CFR 403)
and required testing procedures (40 CFR 136).
- Computer Proficiency
(Word Processing, Spreadsheets, on-line reporting applications, on-line forms,
- Bachelor’s Degree in Science or related field.
- 7 to 10 years of progressively
responsible experience at a Grade 3 WWTF level with at least 3 years at a supervisory
level at a Grade 3 or higher facility.
- Familiarity with Supervisory
Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) WWTF operating systems and mobile
operating/data collection devices/platforms.
ability to inspire POTW staff to achieve exceptional regulatory compliance as
demonstrated by past agency/association recognition.
Please send letter of interest and resume by January 20,
95 Cripe Street
North Kingstown, RI 02852
Fax (401) 268-9885 or
QDC is an Equal Employment Opportunity
Employer that values diversity.
Registered with the Department of Homeland Security as an E-Verify
Narragansett Bay Commission, Bucklin Point WWTF
Takes and records readings of plant equipment, including temperature, pressure, and vacuum. Operates a variety of pumps, valves, gates,and switches in order to operate the plant equipment. Responds to alarms or operational problems within plant property and at remote locations and takes corrective action based on defined procedures or supervisor direction. Cleans plant equipment and facilities and maintains a safe working environment. Frequently requires operation of a forklift, Bobcat, front end loader, sweeper, scum truck, and/or pick-up truck. Collects samples,performs standard tests, and records results; notifies supervisor if readings are abnormal. Assists other operator sand plant staff with cleaning, maintaining, repairing, and installing plant equipment. Receives hazardous materials(chemical deliveries) and completes appropriate paperwork. Performs other duties of a similar nature or level. As required, to drive a facility vehicle on or off site. Medium Work:exerting up to 50 lbs. of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
EDUCATION: High School Diploma or G.E.D. as
required and authorized by Chapter 42-17.4 of the RI General Laws of 1956, as
EXPERIENCE: Performance in basic maintenance. Following
instructions. Communication, interpersonal skills as applied to interaction
with coworkers, supervisor, the general public, etc. sufficient to exchange or
convey information and to receive work direction. Cleaning and sanitation principles and
REQUIREMENTS: Within one year of appointment, must
possess an Operator-In-Training (OIT) Grade I certification license for
wastewater treatment plant. Valid
driver’s license in good standing is required at time of appointment.
Narragansett Bay Commission, Field’s Point WWTF
This position is responsible for providing day-to-day supervision and direction to subordinate skilled and semi-skilled unionized personnel involved in multiple site installation, repair and maintenance of Narragansett Bay Commission (NBC) wastewater collection system facilities in conformance to all NBC, State, Federal and Local regulatory guidelines. Directs subordinate staff in the daily maintenance and repair activities performed. Responsible for setting priorities on work tasks, rendering technical advice for repairs and/or maintenance activities. Delegates daily work tasks and monitors work progress. Responsible for resolving personnel problems; including, but not limited to issuing safety warnings in the field; maintenance problems; scheduling conflicts; and other issues pertaining to work progress. Responsible for communicating personnel problems deemed significant, where it affects work progress,to Management. Performs other duties as assigned, within skill and experience capabilities.
EDUCATION & TRAINING: Graduate of a four-year technical High School program (mechanical repair, construction trades, mechanical technology, etc.) plus two years previous skilled trades supervisory work experience. Voluntary certification in Wastewater Collection System Operator Grade III is desirable. Must demonstrate proficiency with computer office programs such as MS Word, Excel and other related programs.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Must maintain a valid CDL Class B license.
What You Need to Know About FOG
Thursday, December 6, 2018
Warwick WWTF, Warwick, RI
8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Sign-in begins at 8:00 a.m.
FOG has historically been viewed as the enemy of POTWs and collection systems, and in more recent years as an energy-rich resource as well. Whether you need to prevent FOG from entering the collection system, or capture it for beneficial use, the solution is the same; effective pretreatment at the source. This course will cover the different types of grease interceptors, plumbing codes governing the sizing, selection, installation and O&M of grease interceptors and the ASPE’s nationally recognized design standards. Attendees will learn how to incorporate interceptor standards and best practices into their pretreatment regulations.
Instructor: Ken Loucks, Interceptor Whisperer Consulting Services LLC
Credits: 6 Training Contact Hours
WASTEWATER ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT
The Town of West Warwick, Rhode Island seeks an experienced Assistant Superintendent of Wastewater to provide overall management of a 10.5 million gallon per day wastewater treatment facility, 9 lift stations, 110 miles of sewer collection lines, and all other equipment and property. All applicants must possess a RI Grade IV license and submit satisfactory evidence of said license and must possess a valid driver’s license with acceptable driving record. The position requires excellent public relation skills, experience with process control software, prepares O & M and Capital Budgets. May be designated to fill in for the Superintendent in his absence.
Salary range of $65,000 – $72,000 DOQ
Send a cover letter and resume to the Human Resource Department, Town of West Warwick, 1170 Main Street, West Warwick, RI 02893, Attn: K. Cioffi or email firstname.lastname@example.org on or before November 2, 2018 @ 4:30PM.
Town of Narragansett
Engineering Department / Wastewater Division
Wastewater Plant Operator I
Person performs a variety of technical, semi-skilled and labor work in the daily operation and maintenance of a municipal sewage treatment plant and collection system. Work is generally performed under the general direction and administration of the Wastewater Superintendent in addition to under the supervision of the Process Controller/Pretreatment Coordinator, the Maintenance Superintendent and/or the Foreman.
Wastewater Maintenance Supervisor
This position performs preventative maintenance and repairs on mechanical and electro-mechanical machinery and equipment of the Wastewater Facility. Work is generally performed under the general direction and administration of the Wastewater Superintendent.
Operator I – FP044
Narragansett Bay Commission, Field’s Point WWTF
Takes and records readings of plant equipment, including temperature, pressure, and vacuum. Operates a variety of pumps, valves, gates, and switches in order to operate the plant equipment. Responds to alarms or operational problems within plant property and at remote locations and takes corrective action based on defined procedures or supervisor direction. Cleans plant equipment and facilities and maintains a safe working environment. Frequently requires operation of a forklift, Bobcat, front end loader, sweeper, scum truck, and/or pick-up truck. Collects samples, performs standard tests, and records results; notifies supervisor if readings are abnormal. Assists other operators and plant staff with cleaning, maintaining, repairing, and installing plant equipment. Receives hazardous materials (chemical deliveries) and completes appropriate paperwork. Performs other duties of a similar nature or level. As required, to drive a facility vehicle on or off site. Medium Work: exerting up to 50 lbs. of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
High School Diploma or G.E.D. as required.
Experience: Performance in basic maintenance. Following instructions. Communication, interpersonal skills as applied to interaction with coworkers, supervisor, the general public, etc. sufficient to exchange or convey information and to receive work direction. Cleaning and sanitation principles and practices.
Special Requirements: Within one year of appointment, must possess an Operator-In-Training (OIT) Grade I certification license for wastewater treatment plant. Valid driver’s license in good standing is required at time of appointment.
Principles & Practices of Wastewater Treatment (Grades I & II)
Instructor: Mike Spring (Narragansett Bay Commission)
Tuesdays and Thursdays, September 25-November 8, 2018 Field’s Point WWTF, Providence, RI 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Sign-in begins at 4:30 p.m.
Anyone preparing for a state WWTP operator certification exam will benefit from this structured overview of the wastewater field. The 40 hour course is based on the well-known CSU Sacramento home-study course manuals for WWTP operations. While this course is intended for those seeking Grade 1 licensure, it is also open to those looking to take the II exam. The instructor will cover a wide range of topics including wastewater laws and regulations, preliminary treatment, sedimentation and flotation, secondary treatment processes, activated sludge, trickling filters, rotating biological contactors, waste treatment ponds, and disinfection.
Click here for full course description and registration form.
Town of South Kingstown
Wastewater Operator I
The Town has an opportunity for a Wastewater professional to join the team at the Wastewater Treatment Facility. The Wastewater Operator I is responsible for performing routine maintenance in the operation and control of the Town’s wastewater treatment plant, pumping stations, and wastewater collection system. Examples of work performed are: operates treatment facilities to control flow and processing of wastewater, sludge and effluent; monitors gauges, meters and control panels; observes variation in operating conditions; interprets meter and gauge readings; tests results to determine processing requirements; performs daily laboratory testing for process control, quality control assurance and permit; and operates and maintains plant machinery equipment and vehicles.
The ideal candidate will have a high school diploma or GED and 1-2 years of responsible work history. The position requires holding a Grade I State of RI Wastewater Operator’s License. Those without a Grade I license will be required to obtain one issued by the RI Board of Certification of Operators of Wastewater Treatment Facilities within twelve (12) months of hire. Candidates with a Grade I license upon hire are preferred. In addition, the WW Operator must have a valid RI Driver’s license with a CDL Class B endorsement, or the ability to obtain one, within three (3) months of hire. This position is considered essential, and must be available for all shifts, call backs, and during emergency events.
This is a Council 94 1st shift position of 10 days on 4 days off, 40 hours per week. The starting salary is $42,419 or $20.39 per hour, and after successful completion of a probationary period will receive a step increase, and includes a full benefit package. To apply, please submit an application, cover letter, and resume to: email@example.com or by hand or mail to Personnel Administrator, Town Hall, 180 High Street, Wakefield, RI 02879. Applications are available for download on the Town’s website www.southkingstownri.com, and hard copies are available at Town Hall. Application materials will be accepted until Tuesday, July 31st, 2018.