Utilities Operations Supervisor — Full Time — Water Utilities - WMARSS
Hiring Salary: $1,374.71 - $2,804.86/Bi-wkly
REQ #: 8649 — 1 Position(s)
Posted Date: 12/3/2012 Reposted Date: Closed Date:
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm. Work hours may vary as needed.
Perform divisional management by: managing, directing, and organizing divisional activities; establishing and implementing divisional goals and objectives; recommending changes in policies and procedures; preparing various management reports; preparing and administering divisional budget by controlling expenses; interpreting and implementing policies and procedures established by regulatory agencies; insuring compliance with current water and wastewater requirements mandated by regional, State, and Federal agencies; preparing required regulatory reports with written Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's); implementing water and wastewater utility system changes resulting from the interpretation of volume, pressure, disinfectant, hydraulic, and various other system data to maintain quality water and wastewater service that supports the Environmental Management System (EMS) and the Emergency Response Plan (EMP). Perform supervisory functions. Perform project management functions. Service the public by providing information to queries and investigating complaints and implementing corrective actions if necessary. Extensive knowledge of OSHA rules for confined space entry, trench safety, and complete knowledge of water utility standards and practices. Lead staff in fulfilling the Best Management Practices within the National Biosolids Partnership, including training, reporting, and continual improvement. Follow city and departmental policies and procedures. Work in a climate controlled indoor environment. May be exposed to dust, loud noises, fumes and odors, wetness/humidity, darkness or poor lighting, and mechanical, chemical, electrical and fire hazards.
Drivers License: Valid Class C Texas DL
Education: An Associate’s degree in a related field is required (two years of related experience may be substituted for each year of required education).
Experience: Five years previous work experience in a related setting with a minimum of three years previous work experience in a 24-hour treatment plant is required.
Certifications: Class B Water License is required. Class A Wastewater license is desired. Experience in Biosolids management is preferred.
Testing: No testing required.
Physical Demands: Medium
DESIRED: Written and verbal communication skills, supervisory experience, customer service experience, and knowledge of city policies and procedures are desired. Knowledge of and experience in the National Biosolids Partnership program is desired.
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