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Water & Wastewater Network Systems Associate, City of London, Environmental & Engineering Services

Superintendent – Water Distribution & Wastewater Collection, City of Hamilton

Wastewater Technician Certified, City of Prince George

Wastewater Technician(s) Level 1 (Certified) Progressive, City of Prince George



 

The City of London, City of London, Environmental & Engineering Services

Water & Wastewater Network Systems Associate

Position Type:               Permanent, Full-time

File #:                           B-50-17E

The Corporation of the City of London strives to foster a workplace in which all individuals maximize their potential, regardless of their differences.  We are committed to attracting, engaging, developing and celebrating exceptional people in public service who are representative of our community.

Summary:

Reports to the Division Manager IV or designate. Provides information technology support related to SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) systems management, including installation, configuration and maintenance of hardware and software systems.

Qualifications:

Completion of a three year Community College diploma in a related IT program, such as Computer Systems Technology, or Control Engineering Technologist or equivalent.

Demonstrated knowledge and experience with installed hardware and software.

Specialized Training and Licenses:

  • Cisco Network Certification
  • A+ Certification
  • Demonstrated skills in VMware, database, and firewall applications.
  • Valid Driver's Licence-Class G

 

How to Apply:

Please visit the City of London website to apply online (http://bit.ly/2qVx2ay) and click on Current Career Opportunities.  Please note following the interview stage, official transcripts as well as a basic criminal record check will be required prior to moving to the next stage in the selection process.

Closing Date for Application:  Thursday, June 1, 2017.

We appreciate all applications, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. 

 


 

The City of Hamilton

Superintendent – Water Distribution & Wastewater Collection


Your progressive supervisory background in the water and wastewater industry will serve as a solid foundation for your success in this leadership role with Hamilton Water.
Reporting to the Manager of Water Distribution & Wastewater Collection, you will assume Overall Responsible Operator responsibilities for the City of Hamilton’s wastewater collection system. As Supervisor, you will also maintain accountability and responsibility for the delivery of services associated with the wastewater collection system, wastewater customer service programs and contract services related to the replacement and repair of the water distribution and wastewater collection systems.
Your qualifications as Superintendent of Water Distribution & Wastewater Collection include:

  • Demonstrated extensive knowledge of operational, preventive maintenance and construction activities for municipal potable water distribution and wastewater collection systems normally acquired through a community college diploma as an Engineering Technologist (Civil preferred) or approved equivalent and/or a combination of education and progressive work-related experience.
  • Holding, at time of application, an MOECC Class III Operator Certificate (by exam) in Wastewater Collection as a minimum; preference will be given to candidates with higher levels of certification by exam.
  • Excellent leadership, facilitation, communication, presentation, interpersonal and organizational skills.
  • Progressive satisfactory supervisory experience in the water and wastewater industry.
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively manage a multi-disciplinary staff in a results-oriented environment and a predominantly unionized setting.
  • Computer literacy and proficiency using Microsoft products (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint), and spatial applications such as GIMS/Geomedia.
  • Proficiency using computer maintenance management systems (HANSEN preferred).
  • Demonstrated knowledge of City of Hamilton Bylaws; City of Hamilton and Provincial Health and Safety policies, Acts and regulations; Ministry of Transportation regulations; Maintenance Management Standards; Provincial Fire Codes; Building Codes and Plumbing Codes; and the Safe Drinking Water Act and its regulations, as they relate to the operation of water distribution and wastewater systems.

NOTE: As a condition of employment, the successful applicant will be required to obtain a satisfactory Criminal Record & Judicial Matters Check, at his/her own expense, prior to beginning work in this position.
NOTE: Must possess and maintain a Class "G" Driver's Licence valid in the Province of Ontario and provide a personal vehicle for use on the job.
This permanent, full-time position offers a wage range of $52.037 to $60.863 per hour (based on a 35‑hour work week schedule).
Hamilton. A city of progress.
At the City of Hamilton, our vision is “to be the best place in Canada to raise a child and age successfully.” With our rich history, culturally strong and diverse communities, blend of urban and rural attractions, and ideal location in the heart of the Golden Horseshoe, Hamilton is a vibrant community of neighbours. We are also a leading employer, with many opportunities to grow and excel. We invite you to share in our vision as part of the Hamilton Water Division in the Public Works Department.
For full details and to apply
If you are interested in working alongside a dedicated team that’s contributing to the well-being of Hamilton’s residents, please visit www.hamilton.ca/careers for details on this Water Distribution & Wastewater Collection Superintendent position, JOB ID #12627, and to apply online, by Wednesday, May 31, 2017.
The City is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes. If contacted for an employment opportunity, please advise Human Resources if you require accommodation.
The City of Hamilton values the diversity of our workforce and the knowledge of our people. We thank all who have applied; however, only those under consideration will be contacted.

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City of Prince George

Wastewater Technician Certified, Utilities Division

 

JOB SUMMARY:

Wastewater Technicians are responsible for work on the City’s storm/sewer lift station and treatment facility infrastructure which involves equipment operation, inspecting and servicing parts and equipment, completing preventative maintenance measures as scheduled, maintaining equipment plant systems records, and maintaining building and grounds.  Incumbents may progress to higher level technician positions as the requisite certification and experience is obtained.  The work is similar at all cert levels but as incumbents achieve higher levels of EOCP certification, the work becomes increasingly complex and independent judgement and problem solving is required. Performs related duties.  These positions are subject to Schedule D hours.   

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

LEVEL ONE TECHNICIAN:

Under the general supervision of WWTC Chief Operator and the Wastewater Foreman, performs repair and maintenance functions to Wastewater facilities by:

  • reading and recording information from motors, flow recorders, pressure/vacuum gauges and any other equipment, as required;
  • utilizing and adjusting computerized maintenance systems;
  • operating equipment including, but not limited to, bar screens, grit removal apparatus, pumps, air and gas blowers, mixers, and valves;
  • ensuring proper operation of trickling filters, solids contact tanks and primary and secondary clarifiers;
  • operating turbines, generators and related equipment;
  • carrying out equipment servicing and preventative maintenance work as outlined in work schedules, and involving oiling, greasing and minor repairs, and reporting major repair work to the supervisor;
  • assisting in major repairs and maintenance and installation of equipment as directed;
  • maintaining the appearance of buildings and grounds in a neat and tidy order;
  • cleaning out the rock pit, screens, grit tanks, solids contact tanks, clarifiers, anaerobic digesters, chlorine contact tanks, wet-wells and sumps as required;
  • operating scum skimmer systems, anaerobic digesters, process and building heating systems, and ventilation systems;
  • operating dewatering equipment, biosolids dump truck and screenings dump truck as required;
  • monitoring SCADA and making process changes as required;
  • conducting chemical analysis tests in the laboratory on wastewater and water;
  • collecting wastewater samples for chemical and bacteriological analysis;
  • inspecting treatment process and undertaking corrective action on treatment facilities;
  • attending storm/sewer lift stations and wastewater treatment facilities on emergency call‑outs when required;
  • performing confined space entry;
  • assisting higher level technicians as directed;
  • providing lectures and tours of operations and processes as approved by the supervisor
  • performing other related duties as required.
Performs physical activities such as:
  • lifting objects in excess of 90 lbs./40 kg.;
  • lifting and carrying objects weighing up to 50 lbs./23 kg.;
  • confined space
  • walking, standing, bending, lifting, and carrying for extended periods of time;
  • using common hand–tools needed for routine maintenance and repair tasks for extended periods of time;
  • working outside in all weather conditions;
  • being exposed to noxious odors, raw and/or treated sewage, and dirty conditions.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education:  Completion of Grade 12.  Graduation from a technological training program related to Wastewater Treatment. A valid EOCP Wastewater Treatment Certificate, Class I. 

Experience:  One year of experience in wastewater treatment or a related field.

Knowledge & Skills:  As listed at end of document.


LEVEL TWO TECHNICIAN:

The responsibilities of a level two Technician are the same as a Level One Certified Technician with the following additional responsibilities:

  • directing other technicians, trades people and contractors in the maintenance and construction activities of facilities;
  • maintaining computerized maintenance systems;
  • carrying out more complex maintenance functions;
  • supporting the development of and supervising safety related programs and activities;
  • assisting in the training and development of level one technicians through technical and seconded training.

 

Education:  Completion of Grade 12.  Graduation from a technological training program related to Wastewater Treatment.  A valid EOCP Wastewater Treatment Certificate, Class 2;  

Experience: Two (2) years of operating experience, including a minimum of one year at the Lansdowne Wastewater Treatment Plant as a certified Technician.

Knowledge & Skills:  As listed at end of document.

LEVEL THREE TECHNICIAN:

The responsibilities of a level three Technician are the same as a Level One and Two Certified Technician with the following additional responsibilities:

  • assisting in the development of level one and two technicians through technical and seconded training;
  • adjusting computerized maintenance systems as required;
  • assisting in  the development of maintenance schedules and tasks;
  • providing input into the development of capital and operational programs;
  • compiling data and assists in compiling reports;
  • issuing work orders as required;
  • ordering of equipment and services as required.

 

Education:  Completion of Grade 12.  Graduation from a technological training program related to Wastewater Treatment.  A valid EOCP Wastewater Treatment Certificate, Class 3.

Experience:  Four (4) years of operating experience, including a minimum of two years at the Lansdowne Wastewater Treatment Plant as a certified Technician.

Knowledge & Skills:  As listed at end of document.


 LEVEL FOUR TECHNICIAN:

The responsibilities of a Level Four Technician are the same as a Level One, Two and Three Certified Technician with the following additional responsibilities:

  • assisting in the development of Level One, Two and Three Technicians through technical and seconded training;
  • assuming the duties of the Chief Operator if required;
  • recommending operational and procedural changes to optimize operations;
  • supervising and carries out complex maintenance and capital work;
  • assisting in the development of budgets;
  • assisting in the development and execution of maintenance and operational programs
  • preparing reports to regulatory agencies as required.

 

Education:   Completion of Grade 12. Graduation from a technological training program related to Wastewater Treatment.  A valid EOCP Wastewater Treatment Certificate, Class 4.

Experience:  Six (6) years of operating experience, including a minimum of two years at the Lansdowne Wastewater Treatment Plant as a certified Technician.

Knowledge and Skills (all levels):  The ability to understand electrical and mechanical problems relating to the operation of Wastewater Treatment Plants and lift stations.  Ability to understand and troubleshoot wastewater treatment processes and lift station problems.  Ability to safely use the tools and equipment related to the work.  Ability to teach, train, and aid in the development of junior technicians. Demonstrated initiative and problem solving skills.  Ability to support individual exercises on quality improvement.  Ability to keep abreast of a changing work environment.  Demonstrated ability to follow safe work procedures. Ability to perform semi-skilled mechanical and building repairs. Ability to recognize, report and/or rectify actual and potential safety hazards. Sufficient physical strength and stamina to perform the required duties. Ability to climb ladders and be comfortable working at heights. Knowledge of confined space procedures, Demonstrated mechanical aptitude. WHMIS and Transportation of Dangerous Goods. Ability to work independently, considerable knowledge of and demonstrated expertise using a variety of computer applications related to the work. Good verbal and written communication skills.  Excellent interpersonal skills to build and maintain cooperative working relations with other City employees.  Ability to pass on knowledge to other members of the team. Ability to deal courteously, tactfully and diplomatically with members of the general public as well as external and internal customers.  Demonstrated commitment to customer service.  Ability to work within and contribute to, a proactive team environment. 

 

Valid BC Drivers license:               Yes - Valid B.C. Drivers License, full-privilege Class 3
with Air Endorsement.
Vehicle Usage:                                 Yes.   

Criminal Record Check:     No.

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The City of Prince George

Wastewater Technician(s)
Level 1 (Certified) Progressive

Utilities, Engineering & Public Works Department

 

The City is seeking to fill the following professionally rewarding opportunity:

Wastewater Technician(s)
Level 1 (Certified) Progressive
Utilities, Engineering & Public Works Department

Join the City of Prince George and enjoy a rewarding career where you can have
a positive influence on the future of our community

Based in our storm/sewer lift stations and treatment facility, you will be part of the safety-oriented team responsible for the equipment’s smooth operation. You will operate, inspect and service equipment, perform preventive maintenance and ensure maintenance and plant records are accurate and up-to-date.

Along with Grade 12, completion of a technological training program related to Wastewater treatment, a valid EOCP Wastewater Treatment Certificate, Class 1 and one year of wastewater treatment experience, you demonstrate a commitment to safety, teamwork and quality. Ideally, you hold a full privilege Class 3 Driver’s License, with air endorsement

The City of Prince George’s Landsdowne Road Wastewater Treatment Centre is one of the most cost effective wastewater treatment Level 4 treatment systems facilities in British Columbia and includes both primary and secondary treatment. The treated wastewater meets or exceeds all the Ministry of environment’s current requirements. The process is energy-efficient, operator friendly and stable, and it produces a high quality effluent.

Have you completed a program in wastewater treatment, and are you looking to gain hours and experience in the field? We’ll consider your application.

For more information about this exciting career opportunity please refer to the job description on our website.

These regular, full-time positions offer a starting wage of $ 30.24 as well as a comprehensive benefits
and pension package. 

Please apply in confidence by May 30, 2017 to:
http://princegeorgejobs.prevueaps.ca/jobs/

The City of Prince George thanks all those who apply; however, only those selected
 for an interview will be contacted.

Move up Prince George / Tourism Prince George

 

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The City of Prince George

Wastewater Technician(s)
Level 1 (Certified) Progressive

Utilities, Engineering & Public Works Department

 

The City is seeking to fill the following professionally rewarding opportunity:

Wastewater Technician(s)
Level 1 (Certified) Progressive
Utilities, Engineering & Public Works Department

Join the City of Prince George and enjoy a rewarding career where you can have
a positive influence on the future of our community

Based in our storm/sewer lift stations and treatment facility, you will be part of the safety-oriented team responsible for the equipment’s smooth operation. You will operate, inspect and service equipment, perform preventive maintenance and ensure maintenance and plant records are accurate and up-to-date.

Along with Grade 12, completion of a technological training program related to Wastewater treatment, a valid EOCP Wastewater Treatment Certificate, Class 1 and one year of wastewater treatment experience, you demonstrate a commitment to safety, teamwork and quality. Ideally, you hold a full privilege Class 3 Driver’s License, with air endorsement

The City of Prince George’s Landsdowne Road Wastewater Treatment Centre is one of the most cost effective wastewater treatment Level 4 treatment systems facilities in British Columbia and includes both primary and secondary treatment. The treated wastewater meets or exceeds all the Ministry of environment’s current requirements. The process is energy-efficient, operator friendly and stable, and it produces a high quality effluent.

Have you completed a program in wastewater treatment, and are you looking to gain hours and experience in the field? We’ll consider your application.

For more information about this exciting career opportunity please refer to the job description on our website.

These regular, full-time positions offer a starting wage of $ 30.24 as well as a comprehensive benefits
and pension package. 

Please apply in confidence by May 30, 2017 to:
http://princegeorgejobs.prevueaps.ca/jobs/

The City of Prince George thanks all those who apply; however, only those selected
 for an interview will be contacted.

Move up Prince George / Tourism Prince George

 

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CWWA Member Rate

$55.00 per week, or a volume discount of
$175.00 per month plus your provincial tax (HST or GST). A daily rate at $12.00 plus tax is also available.

CWWA non-Member rate:

$75.00 per week, or a volume discount of
$220.00 per month plus your provincial tax (HST or GST). A daily rate of $15.00 plus tax is also available.

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