The Town of West Warwick, Rhode Island seeks an experienced 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; attend meetings with Sewer Commission and Sewer Appeals Board.
Salary range of $78,000 – $85,000 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
Please reply on or before close of business March 23, 2018.
The Town of West Warwick has an opportunity for an experienced Electrician/Instrumentation Specialist at its 10.5 MGD Advanced Wastewater Facility. The Electrician/Instrumentation is responsible for the maintenance and repairs of electrical systems, equipment, instrumentation controls and must be familiar with SCADA. Works under the general direction of the Wastewater Superintendent and Assistant Wastewater Superintendent, this position performs work according to standard trade practices and requires the application of considerable judgment in diagnosing difficult problems and determining appropriate corrective action. The candidate must have working knowledge of testing equipment such as multi meters, amp meters, electrical insulation, test equipment and circuit locators. Considerable knowledge of low to medium voltage and emergency generators as well as experience in the installation and repair of rigid conduit and explosion proof rated devices is necessary.
The ideal candidate will have a high school diploma or GED with three years of industrial electrical experience. The candidate must have a valid Rhode Island Journeyman Electrician license issued by Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training; however a valid Rhode Island Master Electrician license is preferred. A valid state driver’s license or ability to obtain prior to employment is required. This position is considered essential, and must be available for all shifts, call backs, and during emergencies events.
The starting salary for this Non-Union 40-hour per week position, is an annual salary of $62,000 or $29.81 per hour and upon successful completion of a six month probation period, increases to $65,000 or $31.25 per hour, and includes a full benefit package. To apply, please submit an application, a cover letter, and resume to: Karen Cioffi, Human Resource Director, 1170 Main Street, West Warwick, RI 02893
Inland Waters, Inc., who is an EOE, seeks to fill several openings for a CCTV Truck Operator who would be responsible for the maintenance and general operations of an Aries Closed Circuit Television Truck. The operator will be dispatched to various locations on a daily basis to inspect manholes and pipes. A competitive hourly rate and full benefits package is available.
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SUPERVISING SANITARY ENGINEER (DEM)
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
Office of Water Resources
The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management is seeking a Professional Engineer to oversee the State’s Water Quality Certification Program and manage a staff of engineers and scientists responsible for issuing Water Quality Certifications and performing technical reviews for land development permits and other activities that may impact Waters of the State. The supervisor will also be responsible for important technical and policy decisions related to the Rhode Island Water Quality Regulations and the Rhode Island Stormwater Design and Installation Standards Manual.
The successful candidate will have a Bachelor of Science in Environmental or Civil Engineering, or related field and a current Professional Engineer license issued or recognized by the State of Rhode Island. Additional educational experience substitutions are included in the full job description. Knowledge of RI DEM and EPA water rules and regulations required.
Knowledge of civil and environmental site development practices and stormwater design and operation practices. Strong understanding of hydrologic analysis and design. Surface and subsurface hydrology and modeling preferred. Strong understanding of IT systems preferred. Proven experience and capability in working with state and local water/wastewater agencies a plus.
Visit RI.gov to see a full job description (job # 1751-10000-270) and apply by Wednesday February 28th, 2018