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1) Candidate seeks position in finance where their knowledge of accounting can be utilized. Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Resume

2) Candidate has experience in Business Administration, Project Management, Event Planning, Interpersonal & Communication Skills, Research & Analytical Skills, Government/Public Service, Telecommunications, Diversity & Inclusion.

Results-driven professional who ensures organizational effectiveness through proper alignment of people, processes, structure, and culture with business strategies. Proficient in creating solutions to challenges associated with workforce transformation, integration, leadership changes, employee alignment/engagement, and changes in business strategy to remain competitive. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Resume

3) Candidate seeks full-time position in finance where their knowledge and experience in Accounts Payable/Government Purchasing can be used to effectively and efficiently perform the key accountabilities in a professional manner. Resume.

4) Experienced water and wastewater professional. Areas of expertise include: strategic planning, water/wastewater operations and maintenance, advising Board of Directors on policy, financial management and budgeting, capital project management, human resource management, union contract negotiation and administration, contract management, financial analysis and rate calculation, public and intergovernmental relations and finally, customer service. Resume.

5) Candidate whose goal as a bioenvironmental engineer is to utilize engineering principles and the physical, chemical, and biological sciences to prevent and solve environmental problems. Contact AEA for a copy.

6) Candidate with executive level experience in water/wastewater utility management project and program management, environmental infrastructure consulting, and engineering. He is experienced in numerous areas of engineering, construction, and contract operations and maintenance (O&M). He has proven project management success in complex, multi-million dollar operations, design and construction projects, sales and marketing, branch office management, and contract management. He has experience at the federal, state, municipal, and private level. He also has experience with budget and expense control, strategic business and market planning, business development, client management and retention, and staff development. Contact AEA for resume.

7) Candidate with experience as a legal and environmental assistant. She has worked for FEMA and as a grant writer. Contact the AEA office at 609-584-1877 for a copy.

8) Candidate with extensive years of experience as an administrator in the public sector with an understanding of state government relations, skilled in managing funds and budget needs and served as executive director due to absence, vacation or illness. Contact AEA for candidate’s resume.

 

 

Job Postings

Office Manager (2-21-20)

Seeking an Office Manager for the Carney’s Point Township Sewerage Authority.

Responsibilities: Manage all financial operations including but not limited to: Post journal entries, Reconcile cash accounts (checking, revenue, payroll, escrow, and trust accounts), Manage and reconcile connection fees to general ledger, Process payroll (including quarterly reports), Oversee accounts payable and accounts receivable clerk, Prepare resolutions and monthly board financial reports, Attend board meetings. Must be proficient and have prior experience in government financial operations utilizing the Edmunds accounting system and Microsoft Office products. Must have accounting experience posting debit and credit journal entries. Will be required to communicate and work with Authority professionals. Full benefits included. Salary range: $25-$30, depending on experience.

Submit resume by 3/31/20 to:
Carneys Pont Township Sewerage Authority
303 Harding Highway
Carneys Point, NJ 08069
Or Email to cptsasaw@verizon.net
856-299-5210

 

Executive Director – Public Water / Sewer Utility (2-19-20)

The Washington Township Municipal Utilities Authority is seeking candidates for the position of Executive Director. The Authority is a small municipal organization servicing the health and safety of our customers by providing drinking water and sewage treatment. We are located in Long Valley, NJ on the boarder of Morris and Warren Counties.

The Executive Director is responsible for the overall water and sewer operations of the Authority. The position includes:
• Supervision over all administrative and operations personnel
• Responsible for all functions of the Authority
• Maintenance oversight of all systems, equipment and property
• Regulatory and safety compliance
• Capital project planning and construction coordination
• Customer relations
• Budgeting
• Financial oversight

Qualifications:
5 – 10 years of water and / or sewer operations; supervision and management of personnel engaged in both daily and project level activities. The following licenses are valued: Professional Engineer License; W2 – public water distribution system; T2 – public water treatment system; S2 – public wastewater treatment system; C2 – public wastewater collection system

Candidates for this position must be of the highest integrity. The successful candidate will be required to pass medical and background checks. Additionally, the New Jersey First Act, N.J.S.A 52:14-7 (L. 2011, Chapter 70), requires all employees to either reside in the State of New Jersey or obtain New Jersey residency within one year of beginning a job with a public employer. The job description is available at our website; www.wtmua.org. Resumes should be sent to jwaller@wtmua.org.

 

WASTEWATER PLANT ELECTRICIAN (2-18-20)

The Wastewater Plant Electrician reports to the Wastewater Maintenance Foreman. A few of the duties are: preventive and corrective maintenance on electrical and mechanical equipment for plant and pump stations, maintenance of electrical systems for buildings and grounds, pumps, valves, motors, controls etc., gas and/or electric welding, availability on 24 hour basis, assistance with construction and start-up of new facilities. Industrial Electrical Knowledge and Experience is a must.

A few of the requirements are: good communication skills, possession of valid drivers license, knowledge and understanding of the maintenance procedures involved with wastewater treatment, ability to analyze plant equipment and its electrical problems, high school diploma or equivalent training and experience in electrical and mechanical maintenance, at least 3 years appropriate experience.Industrial Electrical Knowledge and Experience is a must.

To obtain an employment application, please visit www.SCMUA.ORG. Applicants must be experienced and must complete an SCMUA employment application and attach your resume, mail or email both to: SCMUA, 34 Route 94 South, Lafayette, NJ 07848. Email MNEMETH@SCMUA.ORG  Job Grade 10/Salary: $39,335 – $67,137

 

Swing Shift Operations and MaintenanceSupervisor (2-10-20_

Do you have supervisory experience? Are you looking for a new and exciting career? The Rockaway Valley Regional Sewerage Authority (RVRSA) located in Morris County is seeking applicants to fill the full-time position of Swing Shift Operations and Maintenance Supervisor. The RVRSA serves 10 Morris County communities and operates/maintains one (1),12 mgd wastewater facility, 16 miles of gravity sewer including multiple siphons, and two (2) pump stations. The RVRSA facility is a 24/7 operation.

The position requires working a combination of 1st, 2nd and 3rd shifts as needed; shift and hours will be dependent on plant requirements and accomplished staff job results by coaching, counseling, and disciplining employees; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results; conducting training; implementing& enforcing systems, policies, and procedures.

This position requires a minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent along with six (6) years’ experience in a wastewater treatment or equivalent facility serving in a supervisory capacity. The preferred candidate will possess a minimum of a New Jersey S-3 public wastewater treatment operator’s license. Ability to read, interpret and explain Blueprints and O&M manuals.

As an employee of the Rockaway Valley Regional Sewerage Authority you will be enrolled in the State of New Jersey heath &pension system. RVRSA benefit package includes sick, vacation and personal time, health benefits, company paid dental as well as short term and long term disability insurance. Interested candidates should forward their resume to the Human Resources and Safety Coordinator at cmosher@rvrsa.org. RVRSA is an equal opportunity employer. Salary commensurate with experience.

Please see the Swing Shift Operations & Maintenance Supervisor job description located on the RVRSA website at www.rvrsa.org under Job Openings.

 

Operator (2/6/20)

Stony Brook Regional Sewerage Authority is seeking a full-time entry level wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) operator.  Responsibilities include operating, monitoring, and maintaining WWTP equipment among other tasks.  The plant operates on a 24-hour rotating shift schedule.  Candidates will be required to complete a 6-month on-the-job training program.  The applicant must have a high school diploma or equivalent and a valid driver’s license.  Email resume to resume@sbrsa.org.  

 

Director of Water and Sewer (1/31/20)

The City of Trenton in New Jersey is seeking a highly qualified individual to fill the position of Director of Water and Sewer.  This is a department director position and the salary for this position is $131,844.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The successful candidate will provide leadership and management for water treatment and water distribution, and for sewage collection, storm water collection and sewage treatment. The candidate will have demonstrable knowledge of and experience with drinking water and sewer regulations, and complex technical issues surrounding the operation, maintenance, and capital improvement of treatment facilities, the distribution system, reservoirs, pump stations, sewers, storm sewers and sewage treatment facilities. The successful candidate will have regular interaction with a wide variety of stakeholders including customers, regulatory agencies, representatives of other jurisdictions, and other City departments. The successful candidate will have excellent interpersonal skills and perform duties in a manner consistent with the stated values of the City.

The successful candidate will be part of the City leadership team and will work with a highly skilled group of professionals. The successful candidate will provide leadership for subordinate staff including planning, organizing, and evaluating work; and ensuring that staff adhere to City policies and procedures. Duties will also include frequent written and verbal communication with staff in other city departments, the City Council, customers, consultants, contractors, regulators and others. The ideal candidate will be problem solver who is collaborative, team-oriented, reliable, dedicated, and knowledgeable.

THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER AND SEWER

The Department of Water and Sewer manages the City’s water system and the City’s sewer system. Organizationally, the Department of Water and Sewer includes a Water Division and a Sewer Division.

The Water Utility provides water service to the City of Trenton and to significant portions of the four surrounding Townships of Ewing, Hamilton, Lawrence and Hopewell.

The Water Division includes approximately 150 employees and it has an annual operating budget of about 40 million dollars, and a capital budget in 2019 of 25 million dollars.

The Sewer Division includes 50 employees and it has an annual operating budget of 15 million dollars. The 2019 capital budget is about 1 million dollars.

The capital budgets of both the Water and Sewer divisions are expected to significantly increase over the coming years as various planned infrastructure projects are bonded and implemented.

The water system includes a 60 MGD conventional water treatment plant, a water treatment plant waste mechanical dewatering facility, a 45 MGD booster station, a 3 MGD booster station, a 2 MGD booster station, 100 million gallon ground storage reservoir, 4 one million gallon elevated storage tanks, a 1.4 million gallon standpipe, a 600,000 gallon hydropillar, about 630 miles of water main, about 8,500 valves, about 1000 fire hydrants, about 63,000 metered customer services, and four emergency interconnections with adjacent water utilities.

The sewer system includes a 20 MGD sewage treatment plant, about 180 miles of gravity sewers, about 140 miles of stormwater collection mains, 3600 catch basins, 3000 manholes, and 5 pumping stations.

QUALIFICATIONS

KNOWLEDGE OF:

  • Applicable Federal and State policies, laws, and regulations affecting public water and sewer systems operations and maintenance
  • Principles and practices of effective human resource management and supervision
  • Principles and practices for managing water and wastewater operations and projects
  • Principles and methods of maintenance and repair for water and wastewater systems and equipment
  • Principles and practices associated with budgeting, purchasing, business plans, and maintenance of public records
  • Techniques and practices for efficient and cost-effective management of resources
  • Principles and practices of managing municipal infrastructure development and maintenance
  • Principles and practices of advanced information technology associated with water and wastewater programs and operations including SCADA systems, Advanced Metering Infrastructure, hydraulic modeling, CMMS and GIS
  • Principles and practices of developing, implementing and updating an asset management program
  • Personal computers and associated software, including word processing, spreadsheet, and database application programs.

SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  • Effectively supervise and train subordinates
  • Productively utilize goal setting and progress monitoring to promote accomplishment of tasks
  • Communicate and provide leadership skills necessary to resolve conflicts; effectively negotiate contracts
  • Work independently and make decisions with little daily supervision
  • Foster positive working relationships with individuals, working teams, other divisions/departments, consultants, and other governments or agencies
  • Maintain harmonious relationships with other employees and the general public
  • Developing and administering plans, budges, policies and procedures
  • Managing professional and supervisory level staff, delegating tasks and authority, and coaching to improve staff performance
  • Analyzing problems, resolving disputes and grievances, and developing effective solutions
  • Using initiative and independent judgment within the established procedural guidelines
  • Interpreting technical instruction and analyzing complex variables
  • Establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationships with City employees, official and representatives from other local, state and Federal agencies
  • Assessing and prioritizing multiple tasks, projects and demands
  • Preparing, reviewing and presenting management reports
  • Communicating effectively verbally and in writing

EXPERIENCE

Graduation form an accredited university with a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Sanitary Engineering or Environmental Engineering.

EDUCATION

  • A minimum of ten (10) years’ experience in increasing responsibility in the management and leadership of a water or sewer utility or a combined water and sewer utility. A minimum of 5 years’ experience in a supervisory capacity and a minimum of three (3) years’ experience in a senior management or executive management position

REQUIRED LICENSES, CERTIFICATIONS OR REGISTRATIONS

  • Valid Driver’s License (Must be transferred to New Jersey within 60 days of start of employment)
  • New Jersey Professional Engineer’s License (If holding an out of state Professional Engineer’s License, the successful candidate will be expected to acquire a New Jersey license within one year of employment.
  • Must possess a highest-level New Jersey water (T4 or W4) license or New Jersey sewer (C4 or S4) license or the out of state equivalent. Out of state licensees with equivalent licenses will be expected to be converted to New Jersey licenses within one year of employment.

Please submit cover letter, resume and any other required document via e-mail to Adam Cruz, Business Administrator at acruz@trentonnj.org or by mail to:

Adam E. Cruz, Business Administrator
City of Trenton
Department of Administration Room 311
319 East State Street
Trenton, New Jersey  08608

 

 

Laboratory Manager 1/30/20

The Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission (PVSC), a publicly-owned wastewater treatment facility located in Newark, New Jersey, iscurrently seeking a Laboratory Manager. Created in 1902, PVSC is the 5th largest facility of its kind in the United States, directly serving approximately 1.5 million residents in 48 municipalities located in Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Passaic and Union Counties. The140-acre plant is designed to treat an average of 330 million gallons per day (“mgd”) of wastewater with an annual average flow of approximately 241 mgd.

Position Summary: Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, ensuring that all systems and procedures are in place to provide compliance assurance, quality assurance and quality control for the New Jersey Permit Discharge Elimination System (NJPDES) andthe New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s Office of Quality Assurance (NJAC 7:18). The Laboratory Manager willalso assist the Laboratory Director in coordinating laboratory activities and supervising laboratory staff.

Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry, Biology, Environmental Science or a related field

required, advanced degree preferred.

Experience: Minimum of Four (4) years’ experience in wastewater treatment and an environmental laboratory, or equivalent experience. Supervisory experience is required.

Requirements: Applicant must be able to meet the requirements for Category Supervisor as per N.J.A.C 7:18 in the analytical categories in which certification is held. Must have thorough knowledge of the principles of organic, inorganic and physical chemistry, including qualitative and quantitative analysis and biochemistry, as it relates to mathematics, biology andbacteriology. Analytical proficiency in tests related to sewerage treatment, including but not limited to, Biochemical Oxygen Demand,Chemical Oxygen Demand, Total Suspended Solids, Microbiology, Chlorides, Oil and

Grease, Cyanide, Ammonia, Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen, Nitrate/Nitrite and Metals. Must be knowledgeable of chemical laboratory procedures, techniques, instrumentation, equipment, and laboratory safety. Must also have knowledge of OSHA regulations and federal, state, and local laws governing the treatment and disposal of wastewater and industrial wastes. The ability to initiate, layout, and supervise the performance of special analytical projects to completion is necessary.

Working Conditions: General office environment. External conditions are associated with a wastewater treatment plant and sewer collection system.

To Apply: All applicants must meet the NJ First Act residency requirements. 
Please visit our website at www.nj.gov/pvsc, click on “Employment,” then double click on the “Employment Application” link. Pleaseemail a completed employment application along with a cover letter and resume including salary requirements toPVSCHumanResources@pvsc.com or mail your application packet to the address below.

Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission; Attn: Human Resources; 600 Wilson Avenue; Newark, NJ 07105

The Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission (PVSC) is an equal opportunity employer and supports diversity in the workplace. Applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, marital status or sexual orientation. PVSC offers excellent benefit options and a pension plan. For more information about PVSC, please visit www.nj.gov/pvsc.

 

 

Engineer (1/29/20)

The Brick Township Municipal Utilities Authority (BTMUA), a progressive and large public utility has an immediate opening for a “Project Manager I” experienced in design and construction/contract management for potable water and sanitary sewer systems. The Authority owns, operates and maintains a water treatment facility and distribution system serving approximately 100K people and a sewer collection system serving approximately 75K people.

The Authority is seeking a qualified individual with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering or a related engineering discipline. Proficiency in document preparation using computer aided drafting and one (1) year of experience in the civil/environmental and municipal/authority engineering field with a concentration in water supply/treatment and distribution as well as wastewater collection field is highly desired. An EIT Certification or the pursuit of the EIT Certification is desirable. A valid New Jersey Driver’s License is required.

Interested candidates should mail, fax or e-mail resume and cover letter with salary requirements to Stephen Specht, P.E., Deputy Executive Director and Director of Engineering/Operations, BTMUA, 1551 Highway 88 West, Brick, NJ 08724, Fax (732) 458-8203, e-mail Specht@brickmua.com. The Authority is an equal opportunity employer.

 

 

Executive Director (1-27-20)

The Hillsborough Township Utilities Authority (HTMUA),a public wastewater conveyance agency with 17 pumping stations, is seeking a highly qualified individual to oversee supervision and direction of the Authority.

The ideal candidate should have considerable knowledge and experience of modern policies and practices of public administration; a demonstrated knowledge of state and federal laws and regulations; and experience in coordinating and administrating a multi-million-dollar budget in a public sector. The successful candidate will also possess outstanding leadership and communication skills, an understanding of the technical aspects of wastewater utility management, and the ability to provide executive level administration and direction for the day to day operations of the Authority and its 20 personnel, ensuring that the present and future operational goals of the Authority are met in a cost effective and efficient manner.

The Director is also responsible for emergency responses and long and short term fiscal and capital improvement planning, including oversight of the Authority’s budgeting, procurement, and contracting processes. Other duties include conducting monthly meetings for the Board, coordination with all of the Authority’s contracted professionals, and maintaining effective working relationships with state, county and local governmental agencies.

A bachelor’s degree in the sciences or engineering is preferred. Must have a technical and administrative background and possess both practical and theoretical knowledge of machinery, equipment, and tools used in wastewater conveyance facilities. Must have a minimum of ten years’ progressively responsible experience in supervision, operations, technical service, and administration and a C-3 Operator’s license or the ability to obtain an C-3 license within one year. Professional Engineer (NJPE) and/or Qualified Purchasing Agent (QPA) are a plus.

HTMUA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We offer a strong benefits package, including NJ State health benefits, pension (PERS), and generous paid time off and holidays. Relocation is not available. Candidates in Somerset County, NJ are preferred. The chosen candidate will be expected to begin no later than March 1, 2020. Please send resume and cover letter via mail or email to: Frank Scarantino at Hillsborough Township MUA, P O Box 5909, Hillsborough, NJ 08844, or admin@hillsboroughmua-nj.org

 

IT Support Specialist (1-27-20)

The Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority (BRSA) is seeking candidates for the position of IT Support Specialist. The position will support the staff of the BRSA with respect to its computer network and software, cyber security, supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). The BRSA is a major regional wastewater treatment facility with offices located in Union Beach, Monmouth County, NJ. The BRSA provides wastewater service to a population of approximately 90,000 residents encompassing the municipalities of Hazlet, Holmdel, Union Beach, Aberdeen, Matawan, Keyport, Keansburg and a portion of Marlboro. Major assets include a 16 MGD treatment plant with fluidized bed incineration, 3 major pump stations, 14 remote meter chambers and interceptor sewer system.

Job duties include but not limited to: assessing and managing the BRSA network and computer systems, evaluating, installing and troubleshooting hardware and software, upgrading equipment, managing computer software licenses, overseeing cyber security, perform all required network maintenance, collect and analyze data to optimize performance, manage and train all users and support the Network & IT Administrator.This is a full-time position, Monday through Friday.

Qualified candidate must possess a minimum of an Associate’s Degree or two years of college-level coursework or training in a computer or electrical engineering technology or related discipline (a Bachelor’s Degree is a plus). Two (2) years related work experience is required in Computer Software Management & Networking and be proficient with Microsoft Server 2016. Must also have excellent verbal and written communication skills and hold a valid NJ driver’s License. The Authority offers a competitive salary and benefits package, including NJ State Health Benefits, Dental & Vision Plans, NJ Pension Plan, paid time off, education and training programs. Salary is commensurate with experience. BRSA is an equal opportunity employer.

Interested and Qualified applicants may forward their resume, cover letter and salary requirements to: Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority, 100 Oak Street, Union Beach, NJ 07735, Attention: Peter J. Canal, Executive Director or e-mail to: info@bayshorersa.com

 

Pump Station Operator (1-19-20)

The Monmouth County Bayshore Outfall Authority (MCBOA) has an immediate opening for pump station operator. Candidate must possess a minimum C-1 level collections license or must be able to obtain within 1 year by completing 180 hours of the Introductory to water/wastewater class and subsequently passing the NJDEP C-1 exam. MCBOA operates two large pumping stations, which receive approximately 15 mgd of treated effluent from the Township of Middletown Sewerage Authority (TOMSA) and the Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority (BRSA).

Duties will include: Read & interpret meters, gauges, charts and other sensing devices to monitor plant operation; Operate/troubleshoot/repair pumps, valves, force main, and other equipment; Collect wastewater samples and perform standardized water quality tests such as PH, dissolved oxygen, chlorine residual, temperature; Interpret lab data to ensure results are in compliance with regulatory agency; Keep detailed records & readings of plant operation & maintenance; Use SCADA and computerized management systems; Perform custodial duties, including painting, cleaning, and grounds maintenance; Operate equipment, such as engine-driven pumps, generators, compressors; Able to work weekends on-call unsupervised; Computer literate and familiar with Microsoft Office or related software; Other related duties may also be performed. Must be available to work on-call and also respond to after hours emergencies such as inclement weather, pipe repairs, etc.

Skills:
Candidate must be mechanically inclined; High school diploma/equivalent; Valid NJ driver’s license & clean driving record; Must be able to lift or move up to 50 lbs.; Excellent benefits package and employee will become member of the Public Employee; Retirement System (PERS). Salary range $38k-$48k. Application deadline 2/29/2020

MCBOA is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. MCBOA is a drug free work place.  Applications available at www.mcboanj.com. Applications and resumes can be faxed to 732-495-6808, emailed to information@mcboanj.com, or sent to our main office at:
Monmouth County Bayshore Outfall Authority
P.O. Box 184
Belford, NJ 07718

 

Operator III Wastewater Position (1-7-19)

The Rockaway Valley Regional Sewerage Authority (RVRSA), located in Morris County, is seeking an individual to fill the position of Operator III Wastewater. The RVRSA serves 10 Morris County communities and operates/maintains one, 12-mgd wastewater facility, 16-miles of gravity sewer including multiple siphons, and two pumping stations. The S-3 Wastewater Operator schedule is Tuesday – Saturday from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

The successful candidate for this position will work in Operations and will work under the direct guidance of the Assistant Plant Manager and Plant Manager both who possess S-4 Wastewater Operator licenses. The essential functions of the position will include, but are not limited to; flushing scum beaches/hoppers/collectors; remove floatables, such as hose tanks; remove debris and rags from various tanks, ditches and collectors; set up and observe composite samplers; skim bi-sulfite mixingtanks, receive chemical deliveries; observe and record chemical feed pump operations; rotate equipment and tanks; operate the grit removal system, service water system, mechanical bar screens, valves, aerators, VFD’s, RAS & WAS pumps, polymer feed system, rotating drum thickeners and odor control; fill sludge hauling truck, and read flow meters and change charts/pens; collect influent, effluent, oxidation ditch and sludge samples; assist other division as assigned and perform other tasks as assigned. The successful candidate will be proficient in Office Suite Products (Word, Excel, and Outlook).

A high school diploma and valid New Jersey Driver’s License are required. The position requires a New Jersey S-3 Public Wastewater Operator License and Advanced Wastewater Treatment Operation course.

Hourly Rate: $30.10 (overtime opportunities after initial training period, up to six months). Time worked on Saturdays is subject to an additional 20% above straight time rate.

For consideration, applicants must submit current resume to Corinne Mosher at cmosher@rvrsa.org

RVRSA is an equal opportunity employer.

Please see the Operator III description located on the RVRSA website at www.rvrsa.org under Job Openings for a full listing of duties.

 

Assistant Superintendent (1-2-20)

The Mount Holly Municipal Utilities Authority (“Authority”) is seeking a qualified candidate to serve as its full time Assistant Superintendent of Operations.  The candidate must have familiarity and experience in treatment facility operations & maintenance and the ability to lead our professional staff to expand the overall efficiencies of the Authority.  Responsibilities include assisting in overseeing operations, mechanical and electrical maintenance, coordinating projects, reviewing plans & specifications, assist in preparation of annual budgets, assist in capital project planning, acquiring certain goods and services, understanding and enforcing policies of the Authority and helping to build unified teams within the Authority’s departments.

A bachelor’s degree in engineering or environmental science is preferred, five (5) years’ experience in supervising operations, possession of a valid S-3 and C-3 license is required, or ability to obtain within 12 months after date of hire.  Applicants must be knowledgeable of county, state and federal laws relating to wastewater treatment and discharge regulations.  Please see the job description for this position on the Authority’s website (https://www.mhmua.com/public-notice).

Burlington County residence also preferred. Interested candidates should forward resumes to YoungB@mhmua.com.  The deadline for receipt of resumes is January 23, 2020.

 

Maintenance Department Mechanic (12-20-19)

The East Windsor Municipal Utilities Authority is seeking a career minded individual for its Maintenance Dept.Position includes, but is not limited to, repairing and maintaining the Authority’s water and wastewater treatment plantmechanical, electrical and instrumentation systems.  Minimum 5 years experience required.  Must be able to troubleshoot equipment malfunctions.Must possess adequate knowledge of approved methods, practices, code requirements and safety standards.Must obtain CDL Class A within 6 months of hire.Must be available to respond to plant emergencies.

Salary commensurate with experience; competitive benefits package provided.Download and complete an employment application from our website www.eastwindsormua.com and return via email along with your resume and salary requirement to cwolverton@eastwindsormua.com or mail to: East Windsor MUA, 7 Wiltshire Dr., East Windsor NJ, 08520.  Attn: Clark Wolverton.

 

EXPERIENCED WASTEWATER OPERATOR I (12-20-19)

The Sussex County Municipal Utilities Authority is seeking an Experienced Wastewater Operator.  Job duties include: operation and maintenance of SCMUA wastewater treatment plants, interceptor lines, pumping stations, force mains, collection systems, sludge disposal facilities and other related duties.  Requirements:  knowledge and understanding of the processes and equipment involved in wastewater treatment.  Valid driver’s license.  High school diploma with at least (1) one – year experience at a wastewater plant, S-1 or higher Wastewater license.

To obtain an employment application, please visit www.SCMUA.ORG.

Applicants must be experienced and must complete an SCMUA employment application and attach your resume, mail or email both to:  SCMUA, 34 Route 94 South, Lafayette, NJ 07848.

Email MNEMETH@SCMUA.ORG

Applications are being accepted until January 13, 2020. Job Grade 7 / Salary Range: $34,197 – $58,383

 

WASTEWATER PLANT ELECTRICIAN (12-20-19)

The Wastewater Plant Electrician reports to the Wastewater Maintenance Foreman. 

A few of the duties are:  preventive and corrective maintenance on electrical and mechanical equipment for plant and pump stations, maintenance of electrical systems for buildings and grounds, pumps, valves, motors, controls etc., gas and/or electric welding, availability on 24-hour basis, assistance with construction and start-up of new facilities.

A few of the requirements are:  good communication skills, possession of valid driver’s license, knowledge and understanding of the maintenance procedures involved with wastewater treatment, ability to analyze plant equipment and its electrical problems, high school diploma or equivalent training and experience in electrical and mechanical maintenance, at least 3 years appropriate experience.

To obtain an employment application, please visit www.SCMUA.ORG.

Applicants must be experienced and must complete an SCMUA employment application and attach your resume, mail or email both to:  SCMUA, 34 Route 94 South, Lafayette, NJ 07848.Email MNEMETH@SCMUA.ORG

Applications are being accepted until January 13, 2020. Job Grade 10/Salary:   $39,335 – $67,137

 

EXPERIENCED MAINTENANCE PERSON FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY (12-20-19)

The Sussex County Municipal Utilities Authority is seeking an Experienced Maintenance Person for the Wastewater Treatment Facility in Hardyston. 

Requirementsinclude:  good communication skills; valid CDL driver’s license; knowledge of procedures for maintenance of mobile/mechanical equipment as required for operation of wastewater treatment facilities; ability to operate/use gas and/or electric welding equipment.

Duties include: performance of preventative/corrective maintenance on mobile/stationary wastewater plant equipment, assist with set-up/installation of new equipment, troubleshooting and resolving maintenance issues.

To obtain an employment application, please visit www.SCMUA.ORG.

Applicants must be experienced, and must complete an SCMUA employment application and attach your resume, mail or email both to:  SCMUA, 34 Route 94 South, Lafayette, NJ 07848.

Email MNEMETH@SCMUA.ORG

Applications are being accepted until January 13, 2020. Job Grade 7 / Salary:  $34,197 – $58,353

 

Staff Engineer Position (12-17-19)

The Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority (BRSA) is seeking candidates for the position of Staff Engineer (Engineer).The Engineer will support the staff with respect to Operational, Maintenance and Capital Improvement Projects of the BRSA, a major regional wastewater treatment facility with offices located in Union Beach, Monmouth County, NJ.  The BRSA provides wastewater service to a population of app. 90,000 encompassing the municipalities of Hazlet, Holmdel, Union Beach, Aberdeen, Matawan, Keyport, Keansburg and a portion of Marlboro. Major assets include a 16 MGD treatment plant with fluidized bed incineration, 3 major pump stations, meter chambers and interceptor sewer system.

Job duties include but not limited to: writing technical specifications, bid packages, reports, estimates; inspecting and managing construction and sanitary sewer collection system projects; reviewing developer applications; and performing computer applications and Geographic Information Systems (GIS).  This is a full-time position, Monday through Friday with the Engineer reporting to the Principal Engineer.   

Qualified candidate must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, along with three (3)years’ experience in engineering and/or construction management/inspection and be proficient with Microsoft Office Professional.  Must also have excellent verbal and written communication skills and hold a valid NJ driver’s License. EIT and previous experience with water/wastewater projects is a plus. 

The Authority offers a competitive salary and benefits package, including NJ State Health Benefits, Dental & Vision Plans, NJ Pension Plan, paid time off, education and training programs.  Salary is commensurate with experience.  BRSA is an equal opportunity employer.

Interested and Qualified applicants may forward their resume, cover letter and salary requirements to: Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority, 100 Oak Street, Union Beach, NJ  07735, Attention: Peter J. Canal, Executive Director or e-mail to: info@bayshorersa.com

 

REGIONAL SUPERVISOR – WASTEWATER (12/12/19)

Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority has an immediate opening for a Wastewater Regional Supervisor responsible for the safe, reliable and efficient operation of wastewater conveyance and treatment operations, complying with all appropriate laws, regulations and permits.  The Regional Supervisor is responsible to oversee all operations to assure that optimum operational results are achieved and that standardized practices are adhered to.  Responsibilities include, maintaining the operation at maximum efficiency; coordinating the preparation of all reports required by State and Federal regulatory agencies; supervising all operations personnel within the service region; establishing operational procedures, personnel work schedules and emergency stand-by schedules.

Qualifications:

  • Must possess or have the ability to test for an S-4 Operator’s License and a C-4 Collection System License in New Jersey and be thoroughly familiar with all State and Federal requirements pertaining to treatment and reporting. (Bachelor’s Degree in the Sciences a plus)
  • Must possess a high school diploma and five (5) years’ experience in operating a secondary treatment facility whose volume exceeds 3.0 MGD. Must have a minimum of five (5) years direct supervisory experience.

Must reside in New Jersey or attain residency within one year.  Qualified applicants can submit a resume to the Human Resources Director, Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority, 1523 Route 9 North, Cape May Court House, NJ 08210.  coopera@cmcmua.com  An Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Wastewater Treatment Operator (12-3-19)

Western Monmouth Utilities Authority is seeking a Wastewater Treatment Operator to add to our team. The ideal candidate will have experience in wastewater treatment, a high school diploma and a valid Driver’s License. The ideal candidate will also NJDEP License in Sewer Treatment, and able to lift 75 pounds safely. This position will be responsible for operating our 8MGD plant, taking samples, monitoring data and maintenance, among other tasks. This is a full-time position, on a rotating shift inclusive of overnights. The starting salary is $33.26 an hour and benefits are available after 60 days of employment. Interested applicants should send resumes to rbrandt@wmua.manalapan.nj.us

 

WATER QUALITY TECHNICIAN POSITION (12-3-19)

The Southeast Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority (SMCMUA) is seeking applications to fill one of the following positions:  Junior Water Quality Apprentice Technician, Water Quality Apprentice Technician, Water Quality Apprentice Technician 1, or Water Quality Apprentice Technician 2.  The full job descriptions and application instructions can be found at:  http://smcmua.org/employment.htm.

 

Sewer Plant Manager (Full-Time) 11/7/19

The Borough of Florham Park is seeking candidates for the position of Sewer Plant Manager with a Class S-3 Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator’s license and a Class C-2 Sewer Collection System license to operate the Borough’s 1.4 MGD Sewer Plant, seven (7) Pump Stations, and 45 mile sewer collection system.  The Plant Manager will work under the general direction of the Sewer & Water Utility Director and will be responsible for the operation, control, process changes, maintenance practices, laboratory, and recordkeeping at all sewer facilities.  Will conduct daily inspections throughout the Plant for identifying potential process control issues or hazards, and provides reports to the Director as requested.  Responsible to maintain compliance with the facility’s NJPDES permit and other applicable regulatory permits. Oversees and trains the operational staff, and resolves personnel issues and grievances in accordance with established practices identified in the Union contract.  Assists the Director in the preparation of the annual sewer budget.  Mentors the Assistant Plant Manager. Prepares and submits the NJDEP monthly Discharge Monitoring Reports (DMR) and all other reporting requirements for compliance with federal and state regulations.  Required to be on-call for any emergencies 24 hours per day including weekends.  Intermediate computer skills are required.  A High School diploma and NJ state driver’s license is required.  College/University course work desired. 

Salary range:  $95,000 to $125,000.  EOE.  Send cover letter & resume to William Huyler, Borough Administrator at whuyler@fpboro.net.

 

Laboratory Manager Full-Time 11/7/19

The Borough of Florham Park is seeking candidates for the position of Laboratory Manager with at least five (5) years of laboratory technical experience to serve the Borough’s Sewer and Water Utilities at its Laboratory Facility within the Borough’s 1.4 MGD Sewer Plant.  The Lab Manager will perform laboratory analysis on samples generated by wastewater treatment and water facilities, as well as any other samples requested by the Borough’s Director of Water and Sewer.  The Lab Manager will work under direct supervision of the Sewer Plant Manager. Responsible for maintaining the NJDEP Laboratory Certification Program.  Perform chemical and biological analysis of non-potable water, raw water, partially treated and treated wastewater and associated sludges. Work will include the analysis of various parameters including microbiology, inorganics, and other chemicals.  Knowledge of chemistry and bacteriology and other work involving extensive laboratory analysis, laboratory equipment, reagent and techniques are required.  Applicant must have the ability to organize work, assist the Plant Manager with completion of the Discharge Monitoring Report (DMR), maintain a thorough working knowledge of laboratory analytical techniques and protocols established by USEPA and NJDEP, inventory and order all necessary supplies, develop and record all quality control procedures to maintain the highest quality testing results, train operations personnel on retrieving and testing samples, and review current scientific literature to keep informed of new procedures, methods, materials, and findings in the Water and Wastewater fields.  Intermediate computer skills are required. A Bachelor’s of Science degree from an accredited college/university in the field of chemistry, biology, or a physical science is required. 

Salary range:  $65,000 to $90,000.  EOE.  Send cover letter & resume to William Huyler, Borough Administrator at whuyler@fpboro.net.    

 

   

Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator 11-5-19

Open Position: Afternoon Shift Operator. Raritan Township Municipal Utilities Authority, (S1 License or higher). F/T position, Thur – Mon, 2pm-10pm. Will answer directly to Crew Chief / Chief Operator

Responsibilities: Shift operator will perform all day to day operation and maintenance of the Authority’s Wastewater Treatment Plant, Flemington Wet Weather Facility, pumping stations and / or sewage collection system, including, but not limited to:  plant operations, solids handling, Septage receiving, laboratory procedures, compliance monitoring, equipment repair and maintenance, vehicle repair and maintenance, Standard Operating Procedures, confined space entry procedures, lock out / tag out procedures, right – to – know procedures, laboratory procedures and any other job tasks which may pertain to the efficient and effective operation and maintenance of the Authority’s Wastewater Treatment Plant, Flemington Wet Weather Facility, pumping stations and / or sewage collection system. 

Application supplied upon request. (908)782-7453 x10.

Send resume and application to: RTMUA, 365 Old York Rd, Flemington, NJ  08822, ATTN: Ray Frank   EOE

 

 

Chief Operating Officer 11/5/19

The Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission (PVSC), a large publicly-owned wastewater treatment facility located in Newark, New Jersey, is currently seeking a Chief Operating Officer.  Created in 1902, PVSC is the 5th largest facility of its kind in the United States, directly serving approximately 1.5 million residents in 48 municipalities located in Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Passaic and Union Counties. The 140-acre plant is designed to treat an average of 330 million gallons per day (“mgd”) of wastewater, with an annual average flow of approximately 241 mgd.

Position Description:  The Chief Operating Officer is responsible for planning, organizing, coordinating and directing all of the activities and personnel involved in the operation of the treatment plant, collection system, Process Control, Liquid Waste Acceptance Program and the Laboratory.  This will include maintaining the quality of effluent required by PVSC’s New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NJPDES) permit, coordinating and ensuring the organization’s compliance with its Title V Air Operating permit, Storm Water permit, Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) permit and Discharge Prevention, Containment and Countermeasure (DPCC) compliance plan, and directing and participating in design upgrades to improve the treatment plant and/or collection system.  In addition, the COO will direct and participate in studies required to maintain compliance with PVSC’s permit requirements.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:  Knowledge in the following areas is required: 1. The principles and processes involved in the treatment and disposal of wastewater; 2. Modern theories, principles and practices of environmental sanitation as they apply to wastewater conveyance, treatment and disposal; 3. Regulations dealing with all aspects of wastewater conveyance, treatment and disposal; including, but not limited to, surface water discharges, residuals disposal and air emissions.  The Chief Operating Officer must be able to plan, organize, develop and direct various activities dealing with wastewater conveyance, treatment and disposal, communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, and be able to prepare clear, sound, accurate and informative reports containing findings, conclusions and recommendations. In addition, the COO must have the ability to comprehend and analyze laws, rules and regulations relating to the conveyance, treatment and disposal of wastewater, have knowledge in the financing of capital projects, and be able to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with representatives of regulatory authorities and industrial, civic and other organizations interested in or involved with wastewater conveyance, treatment and disposal. 

Education:  Bachelor’s degree in civil, environmental, sanitary or chemical engineering required.  Master’s degree in civil, environmental, sanitary or chemical engineering desired. 

Experience:  Minimum of fifteen (15) years of experience in the operation of a large, municipal activated sludge treatment plant, five (5) years of which shall have been in a responsible supervisory capacity.

License and Certifications: S4 Public Wastewater Treatment System and C4 Collection System Licenses issued by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection are preferred.  Professional Engineering License in the State of New Jersey is also preferred.     

Working Conditions: Workers are employed in conditions associated with a wastewater treatment plant and sewer collection system, and may be required to work both indoors and outdoors.    

To Apply: All applicants must meet the NJ First Act residency requirements.     

Please visit our website at www.nj.gov/pvsc, click on “Employment,” and then double click on the “Employment Application” link.  Please email a completed employment application along with a cover letter and resume including salary requirements to PVSCHumanResources@pvsc.com or mail your application packet to Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission; Attn: Human Resources; 600 Wilson Avenue; Newark, NJ 07105.

 

 

Plant Superintendent 11/5/19

The Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission (PVSC), a large publicly-owned wastewater treatment facility located in Newark, New Jersey, is currently seeking a Plant Superintendent.  Created in 1902, PVSC is the 5th largest facility of its kind in the United States, directly serving approximately 1.5 million residents in 48 municipalities located in Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Passaic and Union Counties. The 140-acre plant is designed to treat an average of 330 million gallons per day (“mgd”) of wastewater, with an annual average flow of approximately 241 mgd.

Position Description:  The Plant Superintendent is responsible for planning, organizing, coordinating and directing all of the activities and personnel involved in the operation of the treatment plant, collection system and Liquid Waste Acceptance Program.  This will include maintaining the quality of effluent required by PVSC’s New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NJPDES) permit, coordinating and ensuring the organization’s compliance with its Title V Air Operating permit, Storm Water permit, Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) permit and Discharge Prevention, Containment and Countermeasure (DPCC) compliance plan, and reviewing and participating in all design and construction related improvements and/or changes to the collection system and/or plant infrastructure.  In addition, the Plant Superintendent will establish the annual operating budget for the treatment plant, collection system, and Liquid Waste Acceptance Program.   

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:  Knowledge in the following areas is required: 1. The principles and processes involved in the treatment and disposal of wastewater; 2. Modern theories, principles and practices of environmental sanitation as they apply to wastewater conveyance, treatment and disposal; 3. Regulations dealing with all aspects of wastewater conveyance, treatment and disposal; including, but not limited to, surface water discharges, residuals disposal and air emissions.  The Plant Superintendent must be able to plan, organize, develop and direct various activities dealing with wastewater conveyance, treatment and disposal, communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, and be able to prepare clear, sound, accurate and informative reports containing findings, conclusions and recommendations. In addition, the Plant Superintendent must have the ability to comprehend and analyze laws, rules and regulations relating to the conveyance, treatment and disposal of wastewater, have knowledge in the financing of capital projects, and be able to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with representatives of regulatory authorities and industrial, civic and other organizations interested in or involved with wastewater conveyance, treatment and disposal. 

Education:  A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree is required, preferably in civil, environmental, sanitary or chemical engineering, environmental science, biology or chemistry.  Master’s degree in civil, environmental, sanitary or chemical engineering is preferred.    

Experience:  Minimum of fifteen (15) years of experience in the operation of a large, municipal activated sludge treatment plant, five (5) years of which shall have been in a responsible supervisory capacity.

License and Certifications: S4 Public Wastewater Treatment System License issued by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection is required.  C4 Collection Systems License issued by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection is preferred.       

Working Conditions: Workers are employed in conditions associated with a wastewater treatment plant and sewer collection system, and may be required to work both indoors and outdoors.    

To Apply: All applicants must meet the NJ First Act residency requirements.     

Please visit our website at www.nj.gov/pvsc, click on “Employment,” and then double click on the “Employment Application” link.  Please email a completed employment application along with a cover letter and resume including salary requirements to PVSCHumanResources@pvsc.nj.gov or mail your application packet to Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission; Attn: Human Resources; 600 Wilson Avenue; Newark, NJ 07105.

 

 

Water/Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator, Evesham Municipal Utilities Authority (11-4-19)

The Evesham Municipal Utilities Authority, operates three waste water treatment plants processing a combined 3.6 million gallons of waste water per day collected and transported by a collection system consisting of 17 miles of force main; 145 miles of gravity mains and 26 pumping stations. In addition, the Authority produces and distributes high quality drinking water through a system that includes 11 wells, 3 elevated storage towers and 220 miles of water mains.

The Authority has an immediate opening for a licensed Water/Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator. Under the general direction of the Operations Manager, the Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator is responsible for performing tasks related to the distribution of potable water and/or the proper collection, treatment and disposal of wastewater for the residents of Evesham Township. The successful candidate will be required to possess prior experience in the operation and maintenance of a public water supply system and/or wastewater treatment plant and possess or obtain within 12 months of appointment, a valid Class 2 NJDEP Water/Wastewater Treatment System License (W2, S2, C2 or T2).

The position is covered by a collective bargaining agreement and comes with a comprehensive benefits package offering paid vacation, sick leave, personal time, holidays, life insurance, health benefits, and participation in the New Jersey Public Employees Retirement System. To view the complete position description and to obtain an employment application, please visit www.eveshammua.com/careers . Interested candidates should submit a resume and completed application by close of business on November 27, 2019. Applications and resumes may be mailed to: The Evesham Municipal Utilities Authority, 100 Sharp Road P.O. Box 467, Marlton, NJ 08053 Attn: Frank Locantore. EEO Employer.

 

 

Administrative Assistant, Evesham Municipal Utilities Authority (11-4-19)

The Evesham Municipal Utilities Authority, operates three waste water treatment plants processing a combined 3.6 million gallons of waste water per day collected and transported by a collection system consisting of 17 miles of force main; 145 miles of gravity mains and 26 pumping stations. In addition, the Authority produces and distributes high quality drinking water through a system that includes 11 wells, 3 elevated storage towers and 220 miles of water mains.

The Authority has an immediate opening for an Administrative Assistant with experience in the Personnel/Human Resources fields. The Administrative Assistant job responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  • Managing correspondences and calendars for the Director of Personnel and
    management staff;
  • Prepares payroll by calculating hours worked, maintaining payroll and attendance records
    and distributing paychecks;
  • Assist with confidential matters with integrity and discretion;
  • Assist with the advertising, interviewing and testing of applicants;
  • Assist with the orientation of new employees;
  • Assist with the administration of employee benefits including health insurance, workman’s
    compensation, pension issues, open enrollment, uniforms and supplies;
  • Set up and schedule meetings, travel and lodging arrangements for conferences, and
    educational seminars;
  • Maintain files including confidential personnel and medical files for Authority employees.

The successful candidate will be required to possess a high school diploma, demonstrate proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite products, and possess a minimum of two (2) years of experience in the capacity of an Administrative Assistant to an executive or administrative official in a public or private organization. The Authority reserves the right to waive the years of experience for an otherwise qualified candidate. Candidates possessing a minimum of sixty (60) college credits and/or experience with Microsoft Dynamics Great Plains software are preferred.

The position comes with a comprehensive benefits package offering paid vacation, sick leave, personal time, holidays, life insurance, health benefits and participation in the New Jersey Public Employees Retirement System. To view the complete position description and to obtain an employment application, please visit www.eveshammua.com/careers. Qualified applicants are to forward a completed application along with a resume to Director of Personnel Frank Locantore by close of business November 27, 2019. The Evesham Municipal Utilities Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Water Distribution System Licensed Operator (10-8-19)

The Township of Edison is accepting resumes for an experienced Water Distribution System Licensed Operator who under direction, plans and supervises the work involved with the operation, repair and maintenance of the water distribution system (the “System”) infrastructure including water mains, service lines, fire hydrants, valves, water meters, interconnections and other components of the System; is responsible for the care of the grounds containing System installations.

Responsibilities may also include maintaining the process control activities of the System; overseeing operations staff and/or outside contractors; preparing reports as required; making inspections of the System on a periodic basis.   Bachelor’s degree in Biology, Environmental Science, or Engineering is desired. Minimum of 10 years experience in water distribution systems.  Mandatory possession of W-3 license from the NJDEP.   Must have knowledge of basic chemical, physical and biological processes and equipment involved in water distribution.  Ability to plan, direct and evaluate System operations and maintenance functions, and the ability to establish and maintain effective communication and working relationships with support staff.  Possession of a valid New Jersey Driver’s License.  Knowledge of managerial and administrative practices and procedures, and exposure to labor relations in a municipal environment desirable.

Salary commensurate with experience.  Full benefit package offered. Qualified applicants can submit their resume to the Twp of Edison Human Resources Dept., 100 Municipal Blvd., Edison NJ 08817. 

 

 

Systems Operator Mechanic I (9-25-19)

The Atlantic County Utilities Authority, a Solid Waste and Wastewater utility, is looking to fill the position of Systems Operator Mechanic I. This position is expected to be responsible for the operation and maintenance of wastewater treatment, pumping systems and gravity sewer systems including the mechanical, electrical and instrumentation equipment associated with these systems.  This position’s normal work schedule is Monday through Friday.           

Candidates shall possess a high school diploma or GED. They must also possess a C-1 Collection System Operators License, or possess aS-1 Wastewater Treatment Operators License (if not currently in possession of a C-1 Collection System Operators License, candidates may be considered with the understanding that they will be required to obtain the required C-1 License within 24 months of position appointment), or candidates must have a minimum of 1 year working experience in the operations and/or maintenance of the Wastewater Treatment Facility, Wastewater Collections Systems or other related discipline, and completion with certification in the NJDEP accredited/approved Introduction to Water and Wastewater course. If not in possession, candidates must actively pursue and obtain a C-1 License within 24 months of position appointment. Candidates are required to possessa valid commercial driver’s license (CDL), Class A, with a tanker endorsement. Candidates that do not meet the CDL requirement may be eligible for consideration but a CDL, Class A, must be obtained within 1 year of position appointment. Candidates are also required to have working knowledge of the operation and maintenance of wastewater treatment, pumping systems and gravity sewer systems including the mechanical, electrical and instrumentation equipment associated with these systems. They must also have working knowledge in the application of lubrication, alignment and vibration principles and techniques for proper operation. They must be available for trouble calls during the day or night, weekends, holidays, and on short notice. This duty also requires the Operator to be available for emergency response on a 24 hour per day basis and carry a personal paging device.

The Authority offers a competitive salary, NJ State health benefits, dental, vision, pension (PERS), and generous paid time off and holidays.  For immediate consideration, please apply online at www.acua.com and click the link “Work With Us”.  The ACUA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Deadline to submit applications is October 6, 2019.

 

WATER AND SEWER UTILITIES DIRECTOR – EDISON TOWNSHIP (9-24-19)

The Township of Edison is accepting resumes for an experienced Director for the Municipality’s Water and Sewer Utility System.  The ideal candidate will have a minimum five (5) years experience managing, establishing, developing and executing work plans and procedures for the construction, maintenance, repair, and inspection of water distribution and sewerage collection systems. Salary commensurate with experience.  Full benefit package offered. Qualified applicants can submit a resume to the Human Resources Dept., 100 Municipal Blvd., Edison NJ 08817.  A detailed job description can be found at www.edisonnj.org.

 

Executive Director (9-16-19)

The Plumsted Utilities Authority (PMUA) is seeking a highly qualified individual to oversee general overall supervision and direction of the Authority. Ideal candidate should possess solid business management experience and/ or college degree in disciplines related to the business of the Authority with at least 10 years progressively responsible experience.

The Director exercises full authority, management and control of the day-to-day operations of the PMUA.  The PMUA is currently in construction of a wastewater collection system and treatment plant to serve 300,000 GPD with an expected startup in January of 2021.  The PMUA also operates a trash and recycling program and manages an Energy Aggregation Program for Township Residents.

The ability to interact with the public is an important quality the PMUA is looking for in a candidate.  Outstanding leadership and communication skills are required, as is an understanding of the technical aspects of wastewater utility management.

The Director is also responsible for emergency response planning, long and short term fiscal and capital improvement planning, along with the oversight of the Authority’s budgeting, procurement, and contracting processes.  Other duties include conducting monthly meetings for the Board of Commissioners, coordination with all of the Authority’s contracted professionals, reviewing and providing comment on proposed or amended legislation or regulation impacting the Authority, maintaining effective working relationships with state, county and local governmental agencies.

Currently the PMUA has one part time staff person who maintains the trash and recycling program.  The PMUA anticipates contracting maintenance and/or operation of the sanitary sewer system to an outside entity specializing in such activities.  Lastly, Gabel Assoc. manages the energy aggregation program through a professional service agreement.  The Executive Director will oversee all of these operations.  More information regarding the PMUA may be found at www.plumsted.org/municipal-utilities-authority.

The chosen candidate will be expected to begin no later than December 1, 2019. Please send resume and cover letter to: Peter Ylvisaker, Executive Director, Plumsted Utilities Authority, 121 Evergreen Rd., New Egypt, NJ  08533 by September 30, 2019. Salary is commensurate with experience.

 

Systems Operator Mechanic II (9-13-19)

The Atlantic County Utilities Authority, a Solid Waste and Wastewater utility, is looking to fill the position of Systems Operator Mechanic II. This position reports directly to Wastewater Systems Supervisor.  This position is expected to be responsible for the operation and maintenance of wastewater treatment, pumping systems and gravity sewer systems including the mechanical, electrical and instrumentation equipment associated with these systems.  This position’s normal work schedule is Monday through Friday.          

Candidates shall possess a high school diploma or GED, a New Jersey Wastewater Treatment System Operator’s License C-2 and have a minimum of 2 years’ experience working in the Wastewater field. Candidates must have also successfully completed an Advanced Wastewater Course. Candidates are required to possess a valid commercial driver’s license, Class A, in good standing (candidates who hold a CDL Class B may be eligible for consideration however a CDL, Class A, must be obtained within 6 months of position appointment). Candidates are also required to have knowledge of Wastewater Treatment and Collection Systems including: gravity sewer systems, pumping systems, submersible pumping systems, disinfection systems, odor control systems, chemical dosage systems, standby generators, level controls, speed controls,  alarm systems, SCADA and communication systems. They must be available for trouble calls during the day or night, weekends, holidays, and on short notice. This duty also requires the Operator to be available for emergency response on a 24 hour per day basis and carry a personal paging device.

The Authority offers a competitive salary, NJ State health benefits, dental, vision, pension (PERS), and generous paid time off and holidays.  For immediate consideration, please apply online at www.acua.com and click link “Work With Us”.  The ACUA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Deadline to submit applications is September 22, 2019.

 

Manager/Director, Central Services (9-12-19)

The Ocean County Utilities Authority, a public regional wastewater treatment agency with three plants and 40 pumping stations, is presently seeking a Manager/Director for its Central Services Department located in Bayville, NJ.

The successful candidate will provide executive level administration and direction for centralized functions including buildings and grounds, collection system, stores inventory, HVAC and vehicle maintenance ensuring that the present and future operational goals of the Authority are met in a cost effective and efficient manner.  Direct the work of 57 personnel, develop annual operating budget, and appraise adequacy of facilities and equipment for performing services.

A bachelor’s degree in the sciences or engineering is preferred.  Must have a technical and administrative background and possess both practical and theoretical knowledge of machinery, equipment, and tools used in wastewater treatment facilities.  Must have a minimum of ten years’ experience in supervision, operations, technical service, and administration. 

Strong computer skills to utilize the Authority’s resource planning system (SAP), Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS), Electronic Document Management System (EDMS) and network system are essential.  A good working knowledge of the current Microsoft Office suite of applications is also required.  Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills in working with, leading, and supervising others.  Excellent analytical, reasoning and problem-solving skills.

We offer a strong benefits package, including NJ State health benefits, pension (PERS), and generous paid time off and holidays. Relocation is not available. Candidates in Ocean County, NJ are preferred. For immediate consideration, apply online today at www.ocua.com and click on Careers. The Ocean County Utilities Authority. An Equal Opportunity Employer

 

 

Wastewater Project Manager (9-4-19)

Kleinfelder is seeking a Wastewater Project Manager to join our growing Water team in Princeton, New Jersey.

This role is an excellent opportunity to grow a practice area including independently managing projects from $200k – $1 million.  The successful candidate will be a detail-oriented individual with an engineering services background and strong written and verbal communication skills who understand the technical aspects of the jobs and how to keep them moving forward.  The selected candidate will work in our team-oriented environment, primarily providing public sector clients with professional engineering services for wastewater infrastructure projects, including studies, design and construction administration. The selected candidate will have the opportunity to grow into a technical leadership or senior project manager role.

Responsibilities:

  • Leads project teams, communicates with clients to successfully and profitably deliver wastewater projects to our clients on a consistent basis
  • Coordinates work for contracts being managed including making certain budgets and schedules are met and work product meets client’s needs
  • Targets and achieves results based goals, sets challenging goals, prioritizes tasks, overcomes obstacles, accepts accountability, sets team standards and responsibilities, provides leadership/motivation
  • Provides Technical Leadership and guidance for staff

Minimum requirements for success in this role:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering – preferably Civil, Mechanical or Environmental
  • Professional Engineering licensure for NJ
  • Minimum 10 years’ experience providing technical management of wastewater treatment projects
  • Ability and experience successfully communicating across internal and external teams and with contractors, regulators and clients
  • In-depth knowledge of wastewater treatment processes and experience coordinating the various engineering disciplines involved in the design of wastewater treatment plant improvement projects. 
  • Excellent organizational, communication, computer and technical writing skills 
  • NJDEP experience is highly preferred

 Interested candidates should email resume and cover letter to JCosgrove@Kleinfelder.com.

 

Geographic Information System Specialist (9-4-19)

The Ocean County Utilities Authority is seeking a Geographic Information System Specialist in the Information Services Department to coordinate the day-to-day operation of an ESRI ArcGIS Server Geographic Information System (GIS).  The Authority GIS is used to track the maintenance assets for a collection system that includes approximately 200 miles of pipelines with manholes, 40 pump stations, 80 meter chambers, three Ocean outfalls, and over 1500 property records.  Responsibilities include GIS system administration, software update/patch application, feature attribute entry/maintenance, creation of maps, GIS web site maintenance, administration of a variety of GIS coverages, management of digital orthophotography, support of GPS field data collection, and help desk support for GIS end-users. The Geographic Information System Specialist also provides end-user support for all commonly used application software used throughout the Authority.

All interested candidates must posses a Bachelor’s degree in geography, engineering, cartography, environmental sciences, or a related area.  Candidates should have a minimum of two years of experience with geographic information systems including computer graphics and hardware procedures.  It is preferred that the candidate has experience with ESRI GIS systems and Trimble GPS products.  Must possess good written and verbal communication skills.

The Authority offers a competitive starting salary ($50,000 – $55,000) along with an excellent benefits package including State pension (PERS) and generous paid time off.  Relocation is not available. Candidates in Ocean County are preferred. For immediate consideration, please apply at www.ocua.com and click on Careers. The Ocean County Utilities Authority, An Equal Opportunity Employer

 

 

Junior Apprentice Technician or Apprentice Technician (9-4-19)

OPERATIONS POSITION AVAILABLE – The Southeast Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority (SMCMUA) is seeking application to fill one of the following positions:  Junior Apprentice Technician or Apprentice Technician.  The full job descriptions and application instructions can be found at:  http://smcmua.org/employment.htm.

 

 

Sewer Repairer 2, Grade H-5 (8-29-19)

Department: Sewer Utility, Workweek: 5 Days per week, Wage: Per Ordinance and Collective Bargaining Agreement. Currently up to $36 per hour DOQ, Skills/Duties: Must have a High School Diploma or NJ GE

Under direction of System Superintendent or Supervisor, supervises, directs and works with a group of employees engaged in inspection, cleaning, construction, maintenance, and repair of sanitary sewers, pump stations, wet wells, tanks and other facilities; performs other related duties as required. Assumes role of Supervisor in his absence.

EXAMPLES OF WORK, RESPONSIBILITIES, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:

  • Supervises, directs, or works independently, or with a group or individual employees.
  • Inspection of Sewers, responding to citizen complaints and issues, cleaning sewers, manholes, catch basins, pump stations, wet wells, tanks, drainage facilities and other facilities.
  • Repair broken sewer lines and other components in the Collection System.
  • Install new sewer pipes and appurtenances.
  • Prepare and maintains records as required and directed.
  • Reviews plans, specification and O&M Manuals and instructions.
  • Investigates complaints and ensures that proper, safe and corrective action is taken. Interacts with Citizens.
  • Proficiency in the use of various types of electronic and/or manual recording and information systems used by the Sewer Utility. This includes computers, laptops, tables and smart phones.
  • Knowledge of problems commonly found and occurring in Sewage Collection Systems, and proficiency in the procedures and methods used in inspecting, cleaning, constructing, maintaining, repairing of sewers and those problems commonly found and occurring in Sewage Collection Systems.
  • Knowledge and experience in the use of varied equipment, materials, and supplies used in these processes.
  • Knowledge of complex mechanical and manual operations.
  • Ability to analyze problems in a sewage collection system, develop a corrective action plan, organize work to implement the plan or work assigned and develop effective work methods.
  • Comply with Township, OSHA, and industry health and safety methods and procedures, and ensure all employees also comply. 
  • Ensures that quality standards and productivity are maintained and work objectives are met.
  •  Ability to read, write, speak, understand, and communicate in English proficiently and efficiently to perform duties of this position.
  • Ability and desire to work in response to emergencies on nights and weekends.
  • Ability to operate backhoe, dozer or other heavy equipment preferred but not required.

EXPERIENCE: Six (6) years of experience in cleaning, inspection, installation and/or repair work found in a sewage collection system and the operation and maintenance of sewer maintenance vehicles and equipment.

LICENSE: A valid Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) and applicable endorsements for the class and type of vehicle being operated. Valid NJDEP C-3 Collection System Operator’s License.

To apply: Submit a letter of interest indicating the title and department of the position you are interested in, along with a brief resume and copies of any licenses/certificates you possess, to Hank Sunyak, Personnel Director HSunyak@parsippany.net

 

Regional Supervisor – Wastewater (8-28-19)

Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority has an immediate opening for a Wastewater Regional Supervisor responsible for the safe, reliable and efficient operation of wastewater conveyance and treatment operations, complying with all appropriate laws, regulations and permits.  The Regional Supervisor is responsible to oversee all operations to assure that optimum operational results are achieved and that standardized practices are adhered to.  Responsibilities include, maintaining the operation at maximum efficiency; coordinating the preparation of all reports required by State and Federal regulatory agencies; supervising all operations personnel within the service region; establishing operational procedures, personnel work schedules and emergency stand-by schedules.

Qualifications:

  • Must possess or have the ability to obtain an S-4 Operator’s License and a C-4 Collection System License in New Jersey and be thoroughly familiar with all State and Federal requirements pertaining to treatment and reporting. (Bachelor’s Degree in the Sciences a plus)
  • Must possess a high school diploma and five (5) years’ experience in operating a secondary treatment facility whose volume exceeds 3.0 MGD. Must have a minimum of five (5) years direct supervisory experience.

Must reside in New Jersey or attain residency within one year.   Qualified applicants can submit a resume to the Human Resources Director, Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority, 1523 Route 9 North, Cape May Court House, NJ 08210.  diciccovc@cmcmua.com   An Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

S2 Licensed Operator (8-28-19)

The Readington-Lebanon Sewerage Authority, a public entity in Whitehouse New Jersey, is seeking a full-time S2 licensed operator to assist the Administrator in the day to day operation of a 1.2 MGD treatment plant. Must be 18 years or older with a valid NJ driver’s license and live within a 30 minute response time of the treatment plant.  Must have basic laboratory skills and be willing to operate a belt-filter press. Must be available to work weekends and Holidays on rotation and be on-call. Must have good organizational and communication skills. Computer skills are required to assist with NJDEP compliance reporting. Must be able to start employment by 10/7/2019. Send resume and salary requirements to jplesnarski@rlsa-nj.com. No phone calls

  

Electrician (8-16-19)

The Ocean County Utilities Authority, a public wastewater treatment facility consisting of three treatment plants and 40 pumping stations, is presently seeking an experienced Electrician for its  32 MGD Northern Water Pollution Control Facility (a secondary wastewater treatment facility) located in Brick, New Jersey.

The Electrician is responsible for the operation and maintenance of all Authority electrical machinery and equipment.  This includes emergency generators, transformers, distribution system, lightning protection, electronic equipment, motors, etc. 

The candidate must have completed an accredited Electrical training program with at least four (4) years of journeyworker level experience, three (3) of which must include performing the maintenance, repair, and overhaul of large industrial electrical equipment, transformers, motor control centers, distribution systems, and other electrical devices similar to those used in wastewater treatment facilities.  Basic knowledge of electronic control devices, such as variable frequency drives, is preferred. Must hold a Certificate of Registration to Practice as a Qualified Journeyman Electrician issued by the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs, Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors. 

Must be available for emergencies on a 24-hour basis and be able to perform tasks using a self-contained breathing apparatus or respirator. 

The Authority offers a competitive salary starting at $72,800.00.  We offer a strong benefits package that includes NJ State health benefits, pension (PERS), and generous paid time off and holidays. Relocation is not available. Candidates in Ocean County are preferred. For immediate consideration, please apply at www.ocua.com and click on Careers. The Ocean County Utilities Authority, An Equal Opportunity Employer

 

Wastewater Transfer Station Supervisor (8-14-19)

Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority is seeking a Wastewater Transfer Station Supervisor responsible for the safe, reliable and efficient operation of the BioSolids Transfer Station complying with all appropriate laws, regulations and permits.  The Wastewater Transfer Station Supervisor coordinates the CMCMUA’s BioSolids disposal plan in conjunction with the regional wastewater treatment facilities, operators of various BioSolids disposal sites and various transportation contractors.

Qualifications: at least 3 years’experience in the operation and maintenance of BioSolids or other material handling facility. At least 3 years’ experience in the operation and maintenance of material handling equipment specifically roll-off container trucks, vactor trucks and front-end loaders. At least 3 years’ managerial experience. Possession of a four-year degree in Engineering or other related sciences and/or Wastewater Operations and Collection Systems licenses are desirable.

Must reside in New Jersey or attain residency within one year.   Qualified applicants can submit a resume to the Human Resources Director, Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority, 1523 Route 9 North, Cape May Court House, NJ 08210.  diciccovc@cmcmua.com   An Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

 

Mechanic (8-6-19)

The East Windsor Municipal Utilities Authority is seeking a career minded individual for its Maintenance Dept.Position includes, but is not limited to, repairing and maintaining the Authority’s water and wastewater treatment plantmechanical, electrical and instrumentation systems.  Minimum 5 years experience required.  Must be able to troubleshoot equipment malfunctions.Must possess adequate knowledge of approved methods, practices, code requirements and safety standards.Must obtain CDL within 6 months of hire.Must be available to respond to plant emergencies.

Salary commensurate with experience; competitive benefits package provided.Email resume and salary requirement to cwolverton@eastwindsormua.com or mail to: East Windsor MUA, 7 Wiltshire Dr., East Windsor NJ, 08520.  Attn: Clark Wolverton.

 

Administrator Position (7-25-19)

The Cinnaminson Sewerage Authority is seeking an administrator to manage the business side of the Authority’s operations.  The Administrator functions as the chief financial officer including but not limited to various accounting duties such as preparing the annual budget, maintaining the general ledger, payables, bank reconciliations, builder’s trustee accounts, capital projects, inventory, preparing monthly financial reports, maintaining financial records for presentation to the auditors, and other duties as may be assigned by the Authority.  The Administrator functions as the personnel officer which includes maintaining personnel records, processing payroll, tracking employee leave time, paying employee deductions, advertising vacancies, receiving employment applications, and explaining benefits to new hires.  The administrator must be able to interact with the Authority’s Board members and appointed professionals, assist the Board Secretary with preparation of the monthly Board meeting agenda, receive bids, attend monthly meetings, respond to public record requests, serve as a liaison to other township officials, and be responsible for efficient office operations.  The duties call for you to be honest, dependable, organized, computer proficient, and self-motivated with significant experience in accounting/bookkeeping, management, and customer relations.

College degree and authority experience is a plus.  We offer a competitive salary and benefits.  You may obtain an application from us at the Sewerage Authority office located in the Cinnaminson Municipal Building, 1621 Riverton Road, Cinnaminson, NJ 08077, (856) 829-5290, cdoerr@cinnaminsonsewerage.org, hours 8:30 to 4.  Please respond by Monday, August 12, 2019.  We are an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

 

Wastewater Collection System Operator/Trainee (7-24-19)

The East Windsor Municipal Utilities Authority is seeking a career minded individual for its Wastewater Collection Dept.  Position includes but is not limited to maintaining the Authority’s sanitary sewers and pumping stations.  Must obtain CDL within 6 months of hire.  Mechanical background and/or C1 license a plus.  One week per month On Call duty is required. Must be available to respond to collection system emergencies.

Salary commensurate with experience; competitive benefits package provided. Send resume or apply at: East Windsor MUA, 7 Wiltshire Drive, East Windsor, NJ 08520.  Attn. Clark Wolverton or email resume to cwolverton@eastwindsormua.com.

 

Support Services Journeyman I (7-11-19)

Background: This position falls under the South Monmouth Regional Sewage Authority’s Support Services Department which provides support in the form of mechanical, building and grounds maintenance, collection systems operation, vehicle maintenance and repair as well as any and all other support services as required by the Authority. Persons holding this position are expected to demonstrate skills, abilities and work ethics that will serve to provide personalized instruction, guidance as well as to mentor subordinate positions within the Authority and promote the growth and advancement of other employees in those positions. Persons working in this position shall take direction from management, leaders and mechanics in establishing workloads, goals and objectives and shall act as a liaison to other subordinate positions in accomplishing the Authority mission.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

  • The Journeyman is responsible for the overhaul, installation and maintenance and repair of the Authority’s mechanical equipment under the supervision of the Mechanic.
  • The duties of the Journeyman shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
  • Assist the Mechanic in carrying out duties as assigned
  • Perform other job-related duties as assigned by the Leader or in his/her absence, the mechanic
  • To repair, maintain, install and overhaul mechanical equipment
  • Instruct apprentices and/or workers as assigned
  • Implement safety procedures when working on equipment
  • Responsible for minor electrical repair and connection/disconnecting electrical equipment
  • Responsible for reporting needed spare parts and equipment to the mechanic or Leader

Qualifications:

  1. Persons in this position must be capable of working independently as well as with other Support Services team members. They are expected to be capable of conducting all routine/regular and cyclical mechanical maintenance activities with a minimum of direct supervision.
  2. Must have as a minimum an C-1, and preferably a S-1 license and be working towards an C-2 and preferably S-2 licensing
  3. Must be working towards and have achieved a minimum of 60% of the Related Instruction requirements of the “Certified Wastewater Maintenance” program.
  4. Ability to work with hand and power tools
  5. Must possess a valid New Jersey Driver’s license
  6. Be able to drive all types and sizes of Authority vehicles and operate all types of portable equipment. The Authority reserves the right to require this position to obtain and maintain New Jersey CDL Endorsements for any and all vehicles
  7. Capable of receiving and carrying out both oral and written instructions
  8. High School diploma preferred

Supervisory Control: Reports to Leader and the Mechanic

The Authority offers a competitive salary, NJ State health benefits, dental, vision, pension (PERS), and generous paid time off and holidays.  For immediate consideration, please visit our website at www.smrsa.org under Applications and Forms to complete an application and forward along with your resume to position@smrsa.org.  The SMRSA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Support Services Apprentice II (7-11-19)

Background: This position falls under the South Monmouth Regional Sewage Authority’s Support Services Department which provides support in the form of mechanical, building and grounds maintenance, collection systems operation, vehicle maintenance and repair as well as any and all other support services as required by the Authority. Persons holding this position are expected to demonstrate skills, abilities and work ethics that will serve to provide personalized instruction, guidance as well as to mentor subordinate positions within the Authority and promote the growth and advancement of other employees in those positions. Persons working in this position shall take direction from management, leaders and mechanics in establishing workloads, goals and objectives and shall act as a liaison to other subordinate positions in accomplishing the Authority mission. 
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
The Apprentice is responsible for first echelon maintenance and repair tasks and the operation of the Authority’s collection and conveyance system. Individuals in this position are expected to develop skills and abilities with time in grade to facilitate the overhaul, installation, maintenance and repair of the Authority’s mechanical equipment with decreasing levels of supervision. Individuals in this position are expected to be refining their individual skills and abilities in anticipation of becoming Support System Journeyman as those positions become available. The duties of the Apprentice shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

  • Assist other Support System staff in carrying out duties as assigned
  • Perform other job-related duties as assigned
  • To repair, maintain, install and overhaul mechanical equipment
  • Implement safety procedures when working on equipment
  • Responsible for minor electrical repair and connection/disconnecting electrical equipment, with supervision

Qualifications:
1. Required to demonstrate general skills and/or qualifications
2. General understanding of maintaining mechanical equipment and systems
3. Experience in wastewater collections and conveyance systems
4. Ability to work with hand and power tools
5. Must possess a valid New Jersey Driver’s license
6. Be able to drive all types and sizes of Authority vehicles and operate all types of portable equipment. The Authority reserves the right to require this position to obtain and maintain New Jersey CDL Endorsements for any and all vehicles
7. Capable of receiving both oral and written instructions

Supervisory Control: Reports to Leader, Mechanic

The Authority offers a competitive salary, NJ State health benefits, dental, vision, pension (PERS), and generous paid time off and holidays.  For immediate consideration, please visit our website at www.smrsa.org under Applications and Forms to complete an application and forward along with your resume to position@smrsa.org.  The SMRSA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Support Services – Mechanic (7-11-19)

This position falls under the South Monmouth Regional Sewage Authority’s Support Services Department which provides support in the form of mechanical, building and grounds maintenance, vehicle maintenance and repair as well as any and all other support services as required by the Authority, including but not limited to the maintenance and operation of the Authorities entire collection systems (pumping stations, force mains, interceptors etc.). Persons holding this position are expected to demonstrate skills, abilities and work ethics that will serve to provide limited personalized instruction, guidance as well as to mentor subordinate positions within the Authority and promote the growth and advancement of other employees in those positions. Persons working in this position shall take direction from management and leaders in carrying out workloads, goals and objectives and shall act as a liaison in supervising or supporting other subordinate positions in accomplishing the Authority mission. This classification is distinguished from all other Support System classifications by the level of responsibility and the handling of complex issues that require advanced expertise.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
The Mechanic is responsible for the repair and maintenance of all the Authority’s machinery, control equipment and vehicles, with extremely limited supervision. Persons filling this position are assumed to be proficient in the positions, duties and responsibilities and to be developing or refining individual skill sets in anticipation of potential upward career mobility as a Leader should position vacancies develop. The duties of the Mechanic shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

  • Visually inspect all equipment to determine irregularities, malfunctions, deterioration or obsolescence of same and report to the Department Head/ Leader
  • Repair, maintain, install and overhaul all mechanical equipment Instruct other relevant Authority staff on all aspects of the department in terms of policies, standard operating and maintenance procedures, and safety as assigned
  • Maintain supporting tool and equipment inventories and report needed spare parts and equipment to the Department Head/ Leader
  • Perform all preventative maintenance as outlined in manufacturer’s O&M Manuals, CMMP’s etc.
  • Responsible for tracking and logging work order data in CMMP
  • Implement and monitor safety procedures when working on equipment
  • Responsible for electrical repairs and connecting and disconnecting electrical equipment Responsible for all piping and other plumbing repairs as required with decreasing supervision over time in grade
  • Operate, Control and Maintain the Authorities Conveyance and Collection System

Qualifications:
This is a position where employees are expected to be continually self-developing and gaining knowledge and skill sets from the Leader and management.
1. Minimum of five years’ experience on pumps and/or related machinery and equipment, or in the alternative, minimum of four (4) years’ experience with SMRSA as a Journeyman I, or equivalent experience.
2. Must be able to troubleshoot equipment malfunctions with testing equipment
3. Must have adequate knowledge of approved methods, practices, code requirements and safety standards.
4. Must be able to read blueprints
5. Must possess job-related skills such as metals cutting, pipe threading, pipefitting, pipe sweating, welding, electronic diagnosis and troubleshooting, etc.
6. Must have successfully undergone Basic Introduction to Water and Wastewater Training
7. Must be a good communicator, familiar with computerized maintenance management programs and demonstrate the ability to interact and work well with others
8. Ability to work with hand and power tools
9. Must possess a valid New Jersey Driver’s license
10. Be able to drive all types and sizes of Authority vehicles and operate all types of portable equipment. The Authority reserves the right to require this position to obtain and maintain New Jersey CDL Endorsements for any and all vehicles
11. Capable of receiving and carrying out both oral and written instructions
12. Capable of providing instructions both oral and written to others
13. High School diploma preferred
14. Must have completed the “Certified Wastewater Maintenance” program or demonstrate other equivalent experience and training.

Supervisory Control:
Reports directly to the Department Head/ Leader. The Mechanic shall from time to time perform duties and assume the responsibility of the Leader as determined by the Superintendent and or Support Services Manager. Is tasked daily with supporting the work of others in the Division and Authority

The Authority offers a competitive salary, NJ State health benefits, dental, vision, pension (PERS), and generous paid time off and holidays.  For immediate consideration, please visit our website at www.smrsa.org under Applications and Forms to complete an application and forward along with your resume to position@smrsa.org.  The SMRSA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

 

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