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Regulatory Compliance Assistant (1-27-23)

The Ocean County Utilities Authority, a public wastewater treatment facility consisting of three treatment plants and 40 pumping stations, is presently seeking a Regulatory Compliance Assistant.  The position is located in Bayville, NJ.

 

The Regulatory Compliance Assistant is responsible to perform regulatory duties as it relates to permitting, operations, maintenance and construction of Authority facilities and assets. The responsibilities include the preparation of regulatory permit applications, receiving approvals from regulatory agencies and the compliance, maintenance and inventory of these permits.  An associates degree from an accredited college or university or an equivalent number of credits is required as is work experience in a regulated laboratory or regulatory compliance environment.  Preference will be given to candidates with a bachelors degree in environmental science, chemistry, biology, physics, engineering or a related area as well as candidates with wastewater licensure.  It is critical that the candidate have strong analytical skills and the ability to work independently in an industrial environment.

The Authority offers a competitive salary of $60,000.00 – $65,000.00.  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 today at www.ocua.com and click on Careers.

 

Operator (1-25-23)

MIDDLESEX COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY

 

 

JOB OPENING
JOB TITLE: Operator

DEPARTMENT: Operations DIVISION: Wastewater
LOCATION: CTP/as assigned EXEMPT: No
SALARY LEVEL: N-4 ($34,220.00-$78,810.00) SHIFT: Yes
REPORTS TO: Shift Supervisor REVISED: 3/22/2021
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Must be available for holiday, “call-in” and overtime work.

SUMMARY: Operate wastewater treatment, sludge processing, chlorination, and chemical and
disposal equipment required to control the flow and processing of wastewater, sludge, and
effluent by performing the following duties.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Include the following and others as
assigned.
Make regular and scheduled inspections of equipment and processes throughout assigned area.
Recognize, correct, or report potential interruption/failure of equipment or processes to the Shift
Supervisor.
Read and monitor meters, gauges, and control panels at specified intervals to verify operating
conditions; open, close, or adjust valves, gates, and other flow-control devices.
Take wastewater samples at prescribed intervals and performs basic sample analyses to
determine processing requirements.
Observe variations in operating conditions and interpret meter and gauge readings to determine
processing requirements.
Operate and adjust remote or manual controls to start and stop pumps, motors, and equipment to
control flow and treatment processes.
Visually inspect equipment at periodic intervals to detect malfunctions or need for repair,
adjustment, or lubrication.
Monitor and adjust chemical feeds and sludge dewatering presses to ensure consistent quality of
sludge cake.

Visually check fluid levels and apparatus in settling tanks, sludge storage tanks and wet/dry
wells.
Assist with taking tanks out of service for repairs, periodically clean tanks and equipment, and
remove grit and sediment.
Perform assigned preventive maintenance and cleaning of equipment, work and employee areas
daily and perform other duties as required.
Record operation and maintenance actions as well as gauge and meter readings taken during shift
in operator logbook and/or log sheets.
Assist in conducting on-the-job training of new operators as assigned.
When assigned to the Operations Desk, serves as the MCUA’s Communications Officer /
Telephone Operator for off-hours and weekends and monitors the CTP’s operation via SCADA.
Comply with applicable safety and health policies and procedures and performs other duties as
assigned.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must
be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are
representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: High School Diploma or General Equivalency
Diploma (GED); one (1) year related experience and/or training in a wastewater, industrial
treatment plant or related industry; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

LANGUAGE SKILLS: Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general information, technical
procedures, or governmental regulations. Ability to write reports and present information. Ability
to communicate effectively communicate verbally.

MATHEMATICAL SKILLS: Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of
measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio
and percent.

OTHER SKILLS and ABILITIES: Knowledge of controls, operation and basic maintenance
and repair of equipment and machinery involved in wastewater treatment such as pumps, motors,
and electrical equipment. Knowledge of methods, principles, techniques and practices of
wastewater testing and treatment procedures. Basic understanding of influent flow volumes and
ability to adjust equipment to control flows in adverse weather conditions. Ability to organize
and carry out specific assignments. Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules,

operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine log
reports.

LICENSES: Must possess a valid New Jersey Driver’s License and meet Authority insurance
requirements. Completion of Introduction to Water and Wastewater course upon award of
position is preferred.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly
required to stand; walk; have manual dexterity; reach with hands and arms; and smell. The
employee frequently is required to climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The
employee is occasionally required to sit and talk or hear. The employee must regularly lift and/or
move up to 25 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or
move up to 75 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance
vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Must be
able and willing to utilize appropriate respiratory and other safety equipment/PPE required in the
performance of duties.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: While performing the duties of this job, the employee regularly
works near moving mechanical parts and in outside weather conditions and is regularly exposed
to wet and/or humid conditions, fumes, noxious odors or airborne particles. The employee is
frequently exposed to industrial strength chemicals. The employee occasionally works in high,
precarious places and is occasionally exposed to risk of electrical shock and vibration. The noise
level in the work environment is usually loud.

INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION:
Anyone interested in applying for this position should submit a current resume and a letter of
interest explaining how the candidate meets the job requirements to [email protected]
Employees who are newly hired or accept a new position within the Authority, those who are
promoted to a new job classification or have been transferred to a new assignment, and former
employees who have been rehired, are classified as Conditional Employees for a period of six
(6) months beginning with the first day on the new job. Employees are eligible to apply for a
different position within the Authority after they have completed the 6 month period as a
Conditional Employee. Any current employee who accepts and begins working in this position
may not be able to return to their old position, or to any other position within the Authority,
because of withdrawal or removal from, or inability to perform in this position. Qualified
employees are encouraged to apply for posted positions as they occur. The
MCUA is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO/AA)

Laboratory Technician I (1-25-23)

MIDDLESEX COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY

 

 

 

JOB OPENING
JOB TITLE: Laboratory Technician I

DEPARTMENT: Environmental Quality – Laboratory DIVISION: Wastewater
LOCATION: Central Treatment Plant EXEMPT: No
SALARY LEVEL: N-4 ($34,990.00-$80,580.00) SHIFT: Yes
REPORTS TO: Laboratory Supervisor/ As assigned REVISED: 1/18/2023
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Must be available for call-in and overtime work

SUMMARY: Within a controlled laboratory environment, perform analyses on water, nonpotable water,
industrial wastewater, or solid matrices for chemical and biological parameters that are included in MCUA
Laboratory annual certified parameter list (ACPL) following approved methods as instructed.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Include the following and others as assigned.
Analyze samples using titrimetric, colorimetric, fluorometric, gravimetric, and electrometric techniques for
specific parameters as required.
Calibrate, maintain, and operate laboratory equipment and instruments such as balances, pH meters, dissolved oxygen meters, Fluorometer, UV-VIS spectrophotometers, and other equipment.
Prepare chemical reagents and solutions required for routine laboratory analyses.
Maintain test result records on standardized forms and operates computer to input and retrieve data and to prepare graphs and charts as required.
Maintain and store analytical equipment used in laboratory analysis.
Maintain and store chemicals and reagents used in laboratory analysis.
Perform or assist in performing limited microbiological testing.
Perform custodial laboratory duties and clean labware as necessary.
Comply with applicable safety and health policies and procedures.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to
perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge,
skill, and/or ability required.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Associates Degree with a concentration in biology, chemistry,
environmental or related science; or High School Diploma with two (2) years wastewater laboratory or related experience and/or training.

LANGUAGE SKILLS: Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general scientific and technical journals,
laboratory reports, and regulatory documents. Ability to write reports and business correspondence. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions.

MATHEMATICAL SKILLS: Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as ratios, proportions, fractions,
percentages, weight, and volume. Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra.

REASONING ABILITY: Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
Ability to interpret technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with abstract and concrete variables.

OTHER SKILLS and ABILITIES: Ability to use and calibrate electronic and mechanical equipment for
testing samples. Ability to perform basic laboratory activities such as using an analytical balance, pipetting, preparing stock solutions and reagents, operating and maintaining pH and dissolved oxygen meters, and
generating final test results. Solid understanding of importance of safety in an active chemical laboratory. Solid understanding of chemical properties in relation to adverse reactions and harmful compatibilities. Thorough knowledge of chemical properties; proper storage and handling of chemicals; and the elements of a chemical hygiene plan. Ability to operate computer equipment, common software applications and specialized software applications such as data acquisition programs. Must be able and willing to utilize appropriate respiratory and
other safety equipment/ PPE required in the performance of duties.

LICENSES: Must possess valid state of residence driver’s license and meet Authority insurance requirements.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand and reach with hands and arms. The employee is frequently required to walk and have manual dexterity; talk or hear; and smell. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 25 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up
to 50 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 75 or more pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently exposed to
hazardous chemicals. The employee is occasionally exposed to fumes, noxious odors or airborne particles and risk of electrical shock. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet.

INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION:
Anyone interested in applying for this position should submit a current resume and a letter of interest explaining how the candidate meets the job requirements to [email protected] Employees who are newly hired or accept a new position within the Authority, those who are promoted to a new job classification or have been
transferred to a new assignment, and former employees who have been rehired, are classified as Conditional Employees for a period of six (6) months beginning with the first day on the new job. Employees are eligible to

apply for a different position within the Authority after they have completed the 6 month period as a
Conditional Employee. Any current employee who accepts and begins working in this position may not be able to return to their old position, or to any other position within the Authority, because of withdrawal or removal from, or inability to perform in this position. Qualified employees are encouraged to apply for posted positions as they occur.
The MCUA is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO/AA).

Compliance Analyst (1-25-23)

MIDDLESEX COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY

 

 

 

JOB OPENING
JOB TITLE: Compliance Analyst

DEPARTMENT: Environmental Quality – IPP DIVISION: Wastewater
LOCATION: Central Treatment Plant EXEMPT: Yes
SALARY LEVEL: E-3 ($47,680.00-$108,750.00) SHIFT: No
REPORTS TO: Environmental Quality Administrator/as assigned REVISED: 8/2022

SUMMARY: Assists with the Non-Domestic Wastewater Discharge activities of the MCUA Industrial
Pretreatment Program (IPP) and evaluates User compliance with permit requirements by performing the
following duties.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Include the following and others as assigned.
Reviews data and evaluates industrial/commercial sources to determine permit and/or categorical compliance.
Assists and/or prepares compliance documentation, reviews self-monitoring reports, and assesses validity of data and lab analyses to ensure compliance with permit review process and IPP requirements.
Assists and/or conducts sampling and/or inspections in accordance with IPP requirements, USEPA and NJDEP protocols and the MCUA Rules and Regulations as assigned.
Assists and/or prepares with dissemination of administrative orders, notices of civil administrative penalty
assessments, notices of violation, administrative directives, and official documentation related to the IPP.
Assists and/or prepares Control Documents in accordance with IPP requirements.
Assists and/or develops industrial discharge limitations.
Recommends issuance or denial of permits in accordance with IPP requirements.
Assists and/or reviews compliance schedules/reports and inspection reports to ensure compliance with IPP requirements.
Provides interpretation and guidance to service area users/sources regarding the implementation of MCUA IPP rules, regulations, and policies.
Monitors tracking and enforcement of permit/categorical compliance.
Recommends enforcement actions of noncompliance or unsatisfactory compliance with regulations.
Assists and/or prepares documentation and material required for legal or regulatory purposes and testifies or serves as a witness regarding enforcement of IPP requirements.

Uses IPP database management system to input, maintain, and retrieve program data, essential records, files, reports, and related documentation.
Maintains and analyzes data and tracks or graphs trends as required.
Assists and/or develops or modifies techniques for monitoring and sampling.
Complies with applicable safety and health policies and procedures and performs other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to
perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Bachelor of Science Degree (B.S.) with major coursework in
chemistry, biology, environmental or other related science, or appropriate engineering science; and five (5) years wastewater laboratory or related experience and/or training in industrial pretreatment program or related operation; or an Associate in Arts Degree (A.A.) with a concentration in biology, chemistry, environmental or other related science; and five (5) years related experience and/or training in industrial pretreatment program or related operation.

LANGUAGE SKILLS: Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general scientific and technical journals,
laboratory reports, and regulatory documents. Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure
manuals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions.

MATHEMATICAL SKILLS: Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as ratios, proportions, fractions,
percentages, area, circumference, weight, and volume. Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry.

REASONING ABILITY: Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
Ability to interpret technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with abstract and concrete variables.

OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Thorough knowledge of USEPA Categorical Pretreatment Standards and
NJDEP regulations applicable to Industrial Pretreatment Programs. Thorough knowledge of and ability to
implement USEPA and NJDEP sampling procedures including the installation, removal and handling of related equipment. Thorough knowledge of and ability to apply safety and procedural requirements for conducting wastewater sampling and analyses including physical, chemical, and microbiological tests and procedures.
Considerable knowledge of wastewater and industrial pretreatment processes. Ability to use applicable
computer equipment and software to tabulate, analyze and interpret laboratory and field data. Ability to work harmoniously with associates, regulatory agencies, government officials and the public. Ability to effectively coordinate efforts of professional, technical, and clerical staff, and consulting personnel to achieve Authority goals and schedules. Must be able and willing to utilize appropriate respiratory and safety equipment/PPE required to perform duties.

LICENSES: Required to possess a valid State of residence driver’s license and meet Authority insurance
requirements.

CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: Must obtain Pretreatment Facility Inspection Certificate from
California State University, Sacramento, Office of Water Programs within 1-year of employment in the MCUA Industrial Pretreatment Program.

PREFFERED CREDENTIALS: Possession of New Jersey N-1 or higher Industrial Wastewater Treatment
Operator license issued by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit
and talk or hear and walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; and taste or smell. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 75 or more pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: While performing the duties of this job, the employee occasionally works in
outside weather conditions (heat, snow, winds, rain, etc.), on uneven surfaces or terrain, and is occasionally exposed to fumes, noxious odors, or airborne particles and toxic or caustic chemicals. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to quiet.
INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION:
Anyone interested in applying for this position should submit a current resume and a letter of interest explaining how the candidate meets the job requirements to [email protected] Employees who are newly hired or
accept a new position within the Authority, those who are promoted to a new job classification or have been transferred to a new assignment, and former employees who have been rehired, are classified as Conditional Employees for a period of six (6) months beginning with the first day on the new job. Employees are eligible to
apply for a different position within the Authority after they have completed the 6 month period as a
Conditional Employee. Any current employee who accepts and begins working in this position may not be able to return to their old position, or to any other position within the Authority, because of withdrawal or removal from, or inability to perform in this position. Qualified employees are encouraged to apply for posted positions as they occur.
The MCUA is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO/AA).

Instrumentation Technician (1-25-23)

MIDDLESEX COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY

 

 

 

JOB DESCRIPTION
JOB TITLE: Instrumentation Technician

DEPARTMENT: Maintenance DIVISION:
Wastewater
LOCATION: Central Treatment Plant/ As assigned EXEMPT: No
SALARY LEVEL: N-6 ($38,320-$90,260) SHIFT: No
REPORTS TO: Electrical Foreman/ As assigned REVISED: 6/07/2021
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Must be available to work “on-call” and overtime

SUMMARY: Inspect, install, calibrate, repair, troubleshoot, and maintain all types of digital
and analog instruments, process control systems, alarm systems, chart recorders, and other data
acquisition and control equipment in use throughout wastewater treatment plant, pump stations,
meter chambers and other locations by performing the following duties.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Include the following and others as
assigned.
Visually inspect, observe, and test instrumentation apparatus, machinery, wiring, equipment, and
systems including pneumatic, digital, electro-hydraulic, computer/PLC driven equipment,
variable frequency drives, and related instrumentation devices.
Using volt or ohm meters, computer diagnostic tools, or other equipment, perform tests to detect
malfunctions and discuss variations with supervisor or other workers to diagnose problem and
make repairs.
Dismantle defective instrumentation, systems, and controls and install new or repaired parts.
Troubleshoot and repair industrial electrical apparatus including, but not limited to, rotating
equipment and control systems using schematics, diagrams, and drawings.
Test electronic circuitry and electrical components.
Adjust controls and equipment to manufacturers specifications.

Inspect and make repairs to microprocessors, printer circuit board components, digital or
human/machine interfaces, and related wiring, including removal and installation of electrical
boards.
Install and test new equipment to provide feedback on how well the apparatus complies with the
plans and specifications.
Conduct periodic testing and calibration of fire alarms, chemical alarms, gas detectors, and other
safety equipment used to alert employees of hazards in the workplace.
Perform testing, maintenance, repairs, and adjustments to telemetry equipment used throughout
the CTP or within the Authority’s collection system.
Execute requirements of preventive maintenance programs, including calibrations and the
preparation of records and documentation.
Comply with applicable safety and health policies and procedures.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must
be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are
representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Associate of Arts Degree (A.A.) with a concentration
in instrumentation, electronics, computer science, or related field; and two (2) years of
experience involving the installation, maintenance, and repair of electrical or electronic
components, equipment, or systems. Substitution clause: High School Diploma or General
Equivalency Diploma (GED) with completion of a four (4) year vocational or technical school
electrical/electronic education/training or apprentice certificate.

MATHEMATICAL SKILLS: Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as ratio,
proportions, percentages, area, circumference, weight, and volume.

REASONING ABILITY: Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw
valid conclusions. Ability to interpret technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form.

OTHER SKILLS and ABILITIES: Thorough knowledge of and ability to repair, maintain,
and troubleshoot industrial electrical equipment and apparatus, including rotating equipment,
instrumentation, and control systems. Working knowledge of and ability to implement approved
methods, code requirements, and accepted standards and safety practices for industrial and
Authority electrical maintenance. Ability to utilize computerized diagnostic equipment.
Knowledge of and ability to use hand and power tools of the trade as well as specialized tools
and equipment such as digital meters, Transmission and/or instrument calibration test equipment
or procedures. Working knowledge of low voltage circuitry, circuit boards, and microprocessors.
Basic knowledge of layout and Solid State control theory and loop testing. Ability to read

blueprints and make diagrams. Ability to understand and follow instructions and be
knowledgeable of plant safety procedures, rules, and regulations. Ability to work alone or
harmoniously with associates and supervisors. Ability to receive and give oral or written
instructions and training. Must be able and willing to utilize appropriate respirators or other
safety equipment/PPE required in the performance of maintenance duties. Confined space
training and certification required.

LICENSES: Must possess valid State of residence Driver’s License and meet Authority
insurance requirements.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently
required to stand; walk; have manual dexterity; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance;
stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl, talk, hear and smell. The employee is occasionally required to sit.
The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to
25 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move up to 75 pounds. Specific vision abilities required
by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception,
and the ability to adjust focus.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: While performing the duties of this job, the employee regularly
works near moving mechanical parts, around high temperatures, and in outside weather
conditions. The employee frequently works in high, precarious places, confined spaces,
manholes and open pits, and channels. The employee is occasionally exposed to fumes, noxious
odors or airborne particles, industrial strength chemicals, risk of electrical shock, and vibration.
The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION:
Anyone interested in applying for this position should submit a current resume and a letter of
interest explaining how the candidate meets the job requirements to [email protected]
Employees who are newly hired or accept a new position within the Authority, those who are
promoted to a new job classification or have been transferred to a new assignment, and former
employees who have been rehired, are classified as Conditional Employees for a period of six (6)
months beginning with the first day on the new job. Any current employee who accepts and
begins working in this position may not be able to return to their old position, or to any other
position within the Authority, because of withdrawal or removal from, or inability to perform in
this position. Qualified employees are encouraged to apply for posted positions as they occur.
The MCUA is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO/AA)

Electrician (1-25-23)

JOB TITLE: Electrician
DEPARTMENT: Maintenance DIVISION: Wastewater
LOCATION: Central Treatment Plant/ As assigned EXEMPT: No
REPORTS TO: Electrical Foreman/ as assigned
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Must be available to work “on-call” and overtime

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUMMARY: Performs and assists in the inspection, installation, repairing, troubleshooting and
maintenance of electrical operating and control systems for machinery and equipment, lighting,
power distribution, and other electrical apparatus in use throughout wastewater treatment plant,
pump stations and other locations by performing the following duties.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Include the following and others as
assigned.
Performs and assists in visually inspecting and testing electrical apparatus, machinery and
equipment, and observes mechanical devices in operation.
Inspects and repairs electrical wiring, fixtures, appliances, motors, generators, pumps, power
circuits, and controllers of machines.
Installs, maintains, inspects, repairs, and services light feeders, generating and control equipment,
relays, transformers, motors, pumps, switches, outlets, signal systems, and other electrical
wiring, cables, fixtures of varied types.
Using various types of test equipment such as ammeters, voltmeters, and ohmmeters and other
apparatus, performs and assists with performing tests to detect malfunctions and discusses results
with supervisor or other workers to help diagnose problem and make repairs.
Makes minor emergency electrical repairs, fixes malfunctions and breakdowns and inspects work
in progress and completed work for defects, fire hazards or other unsafe conditions.
Performs and assists in dismantling of defective systems and controls and installing new or
repaired parts.
Performs and assists with troubleshooting and repair of industrial electrical apparatus including
rotating equipment, power distribution and control systems up to 13.8kv level using schematics,
diagrams and drawings.
Performs preventive maintenance duties including the preparation of accurate records and
documentation.
Assists with preparation of reports and performs other assigned tasks.

Complies with applicable safety and health policies and procedures and performs other duties as
assigned.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: High School Diploma or General Equivalency
Diploma (GED); completion of a four (4) year vocational or technical school electrical education/training
or apprentice certificate.

LICENSES: Must possess valid state of residence Driver’s License and meet Authority
insurance requirements. Must possess a Qualified Journeyman Electricians License issued by
the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs.

MATHEMATICAL SKILLS: Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as ratio,
proportions, percentages, area, circumference, weight and volume.

REASONING ABILITY: Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw
valid conclusions. Ability to interpret technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form.
Ability to analyze problems involving electrical installation, inspection, maintenance, and repair
work, and develop effective work methods.

OTHER SKILLS and ABILITIES: Basic knowledge of and ability to repair, maintain and
troubleshoot industrial electrical equipment and apparatus, including rotating equipment and
power distribution and control systems up to 13.8kv level. Working knowledge of and ability to
implement approved methods, code requirements and accepted standards and safety practices for
industrial and authority electrical maintenance. Basic knowledge of and ability to use hand and
power tools of the trade as well as some specialized tools and equipment such as a Megger and
Medium voltage testing equipment. Working knowledge of rigging and climbing techniques,
wire-pulling and splicing. Ability to read simple electrical blueprints and diagrams. Ability to
understand and follow instructions and be knowledgeable of plant safety procedures, rules,
regulations. Ability to work harmoniously with associates and supervisors. Ability to receive and
give oral or written instructions and training. Must be able and willing to utilize appropriate
safety equipment/PPE required in the performance of maintenance duties.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently
required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with
hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl, talk, hear and smell. The
employee is occasionally required to sit. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 25
pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move up to 75
pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color
vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: While performing the duties of this job, the employee regularly
works near moving mechanical parts, around high temperatures and in outside weather
conditions. The employee frequently works in high, precarious places, confined spaces,
manholes and open pits, open water vessels and channels. The employee is occasionally exposed
to fumes, noxious odors or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, risk of electrical shock,
and vibration. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
The MCUA is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO/AA)

Please contact Matthew Wiater at [email protected] for additional information regarding
salary and benefits as well as to submit resume and application.

Automation Engineer II (1-25-23)

MIDDLESEX COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JOB OPENING
JOB TITLE: Automation Engineer II

DEPARTMENT: WW Administration DIVISION: Wastewater
LOCATION: Central Treatment Plant EXEMPT: Yes
SALARY LEVEL: E-4 ($50,190.00-$116,170.00) SHIFT: No
REPORTS TO: CTO NEW: 07/09/2020
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Must be available for overtime and call-in work

SUMMARY: Designs, implements and tests automated, electronic and manual controls,
hardware and software interfaces and other technology used within the CTP, pump stations and
collection system to optimize process control, inter-connectivity and data collection by
performing the following duties personally or in conjunction with others.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Include the following and others as
assigned.
Program and troubleshoot PLCs using ladder Logic, function block and structured text.
Program and troubleshoot Ethernet, Ethernet I/P, DeviceNet, ControlNet, Modbus and DNP3
Networks.
Program and troubleshoot SCADA HMI, OIT and mobile applications including devices drivers,
databases, graphical user interfaces, networking, security, and alarms.
Manages an electronic historian database for all OT equipment containing manufacturers’
literature, operating and maintenance manuals, technical documentation, testing, calibration and
performance data and efficiency studies.
Coordinate automation/SCADA projects with electricians, mechanics and outside vendors from
start to completion; including design, implementation, as built drawings/records.
Support in-house and consulting engineers and technical and management personnel to discuss
and plan equipment or process control upgrades to enhance safety, efficiency, and cost
effectiveness

Makes modifications to or troubleshoots problems with existing OT equipment, devices,
applications or networks and provides guidance to subordinate technicians on more difficult
issues.
Wires, configures, tests, integrates and/or adjusts Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs) or sensors
for equipment and other process control instrumentation, as well as programmable logic controls
(PLCs) or remote terminal units (RTUs) into existing SCADA networks.
Oversees vendors or other third-party contractors that provide technical support, installation or
other services to the Authority’s OT systems to monitor progress, ensure compliance with
specifications and to test the quality of the work performed/installed for final acceptance.
Complies with applicable safety and health policies and procedures and performs other duties as
assigned.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must
be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are
representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Bachelor of Science Degree (B.S.) with major
coursework in Computer Science, Technology, Automation or related engineering discipline
such as Mechanical or Electrical; four (4) years related experience and/or training; or equivalent
combination of education and experience.

LANGUAGE SKILLS: Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals,
professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations. Ability to write reports,
business correspondence, and procedure manuals. Ability to effectively present information and
respond to questions.

MATHEMATICAL SKILLS: Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as rate, ratio,
proportions, percentages, area, circumference, weight and volume. Ability to apply concepts of
basic algebra, calculus and geometry.

REASONING ABILITY: Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw
valid conclusions. Ability to interpret a variety of technical information and instructions in
mathematical or diagram form and deal with abstract and concrete variables.

OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Thorough knowledge of design, operation, and
maintenance of electrical and mechanical (industrial) controls. Thorough knowledge of SCADA
software applications related to machine communication/ connectivity and data transmission.
Knowledge of Computer-aided Manufacturing software as well as operational and quality control
analysis. Ability and dexterity to wire and program devices and interfaces, and to make
modifications to automated or electronic controls. Ability to clearly define problems and explain
solutions and to provide guidance and instruction to subordinate technicians. Solid

understanding of the relationship between OT and IT methods and systems. Through knowledge
of wireless networks and accompanying cyber-security measures. Ability to prepare concise and
accurate reports and recommendations. Ability to maintain a high level of safety and
performance awareness. Ability to work harmoniously with associates and consulting personnel.
Must be able and willing to utilize appropriate respiratory and other safety equipment/PPE in the
performance of duties. Must be able to read electrical, control panel, P&ID and loop drawings.
Shall be able to design, update and maintain drawings using drafting software. Must be able to
work in a virtual machine environment.

LICENSES: Must possess valid state of residence Driver’s License and meet Authority
insurance requirements.

PREFERRED CREDENTIALS: Designation as an Engineering-in-Training or Professional
Engineer’s license with a background in electrical or mechanical engineering.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally
required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach
with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; talk or hear; and taste or
smell. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift
and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision,
distance vision, color vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: While performing the duties of this job, the employee occasionally
works in high, precarious places and in outside weather conditions and is occasionally exposed to
fumes or airborne particles and toxic or caustic chemicals.

INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION:
Anyone interested in applying for this position should submit a current resume and a letter of
interest explaining how the candidate meets the job requirements before 4:00 PM Friday
February 10th, 2023, to Human Resources Office, Central Administration Building, Room
124, Sayreville or to [email protected] Employees who are newly hired or accept a new
position within the Authority, those who are promoted to a new job classification or have been
transferred to a new assignment, and former employees who have been rehired, are classified as
Conditional Employees for a period of six (6) months beginning with the first day on the new
job. Employees are eligible to apply for a different position within the Authority after they have
completed the 6 month period as a Conditional Employee. Any current employee who accepts
and begins working in this position may not be able to return to their old position, or to any other
position within the Authority, because of withdrawal or removal from, or inability to perform in
this position. Qualified employees are encouraged to apply for posted positions as they occur.
The MCUA is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO/AA).

Asset Manager (1-25-23)

MIDDLESEX COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JOB OPENING
JOB TITLE: Asset Manager

DEPARTMENT: Maintenance DIVISION: Wastewater
LOCATION: Central Treatment Plant/ As assigned EXEMPT: Yes
SALARY LEVEL: E-5 ($56,860.00-$129,700.00) SHIFT: No
REPORTS TO: Asst. Maintenance Superintendent New: 01/03/2023

SUMMARY: The Asset Manager is responsible for cataloging updating and maintaining of
documentation both physical and digital for the Authority’s equipment. Managing and
implementing of a new Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) and assisting
with maintenance of its asset management plan by performing the following duties.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Include the following and others as assigned.
Review and enter work order information into the Authority’s CMMS and manage work orders
in the system, ensuring proper creation, planning, updating, and closure of work orders. Check
for duplicate work orders and take corrective action.
Compile, update, and maintain a physical / digital library of asset information documentation.
Collect and input data to ensure asset management principles are practiced and captured
correctly and consistently. Collect missing asset information when performing field walk-downs.
Keep and maintain physical and digital records of completed preventative maintenance (PM) for
regulatory and in house needs.
Develop a preventative maintenance database, including data input parameters and monitor,
audit, and maintain the accuracy and integrity of work orders and the PM database.
Assist in establishing key performance indicators (KPI) to monitor based on the Authority’s
current goals and adapt when needed.
Act as a liaison for PM questions and practices from maintenance personnel.
Act as project manager for the implementation of a modern CMMS software and modify/update
where needed.
Assist in the process of state contracts for asset related purchasing when needed.

Train employees and create video lessons for CMMS use and guidance where needed.
Work with maintenance supervisors to receive real time updates for equipment swaps and
replacements to keep an accurate asset database.
Receive and interpret user feedback on CMMS software and determine how to advance the
program to better suit Authority needs.
Create and run reports tracking work order status, material, and personnel availability.
Responsible for tracking and maintaining maintenance records for audit compliance in
accordance with internal quality and external regulatory requirements.
Prepare reports for designated staff that monitor the daily, weekly, and monthly KPIs.
Retrieve and analyze data and develop reports from CMMS as requested by the maintenance and
general superintendents.
In consultation with the maintenance and general superintendents, prioritize and schedule all
maintenance requests based on the Authority’s operational needs.
Generate project update reports for the engineering board/committee as needed.
Act as a liaison between CTP, Landfill, Pump Stations, Consulting partners, and Contractual
vendors.
Comply with all applicable safety and health policies and procedures.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must
be able to perform each essential duty in a satisfactory manner. The requirements listed below
are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Obtain CMRP and/or EAM
certification within 3 years of obtaining this position.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: High School Diploma or General Equivalency Diploma
(GED): three (3) years related experience and/or training in a wastewater or industrial treatment
plant of comparable size: experience working with a CMMS; or equivalent combination of
education and experience. GIS experience/proficiency an asset. Project management and
organizational skills, including ability to manage competing priorities.

OTHER SKILLS and ABILITIES: Basic knowledge of the operation, care, maintenance, and
repair of machinery and equipment of the types and sizes used in a wastewater treatment plant.
Ability to understand and follow plant safety procedures, rules, regulations, and oral or written
instructions and training. Must be able and willing to utilize appropriate respirators or other
safety personal protective equipment, as required. Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word, and other
related applications.

LICENSES: Must possess valid state of residence Driver’s License and meet Authority
insurance requirements.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently
required to stand; walk; have manual dexterity; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance;
stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl, talk, and hear. The employee is regularly required to sit. The
employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 lbs and occasionally lift and/or move up to
25 lbs. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color
vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: While performing the duties of this job, the employee occasionally
works near moving mechanical parts, in high precarious places, in outside weather conditions,
and is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, fumes or airborne particles,
industrial strength chemicals, and risk of electrical shock and vibration. The noise level in the
work environment is usually moderate.

INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION:
Anyone interested in applying for this position should submit a current resume and a letter of
interest explaining how the candidate meets the job requirements before 4:00 PM Monday,
February 6 th 2023, to Human Resources Office, Central Administration Building, Room
124, Sayreville or to [email protected] Employees who are newly hired or accept a new
position within the Authority, those who are promoted to a new job classification or have been
transferred to a new assignment, and former employees who have been rehired, are classified as
Conditional Employees for a period of six (6) months beginning with the first day on the new
job. Employees are eligible to apply for a different position within the Authority after they have
completed the 6 month period as a Conditional Employee. Any current employee who accepts
and begins working in this position may not be able to return to their old position, or to any other
position within the Authority, because of withdrawal or removal from, or inability to perform in
this position. Qualified employees are encouraged to apply for posted positions as they occur.
The MCUA is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO/AA).

Operator (1-24-23)

The Township of Middletown Sewerage Authority (TOMSA) is a public wastewater utility that
owns and operates a 10.8 MGD secondary wastewater treatment plant, 300 miles of sanitary
sewer mains and 14 pump stations. TOMSA is seeking candidates for the full-time position of
operator.

The successful candidate will assist in the operation of the treatment plant and be responsible for an
assigned area of the plant. He/she will be trained to perform the duties of the position and work
under the superintendent of operations and operator foreman. Candidates with a New Jersey DEP
S-1, 2, 3, or 4 License are preferred. He/she must be capable of accepting direction and working
with other operators. He/she will fill out the operations logs and will fill out work orders when
maintenance repair work is required. This individual will work overtime as required and may be
called in during off hours to attend to emergencies. A willingness and the ability to learn lab
procedures to serve as backup to the current operators assigned to the lab is also preferred. Must be
computer literate and possess good written and verbal communication skills.

This position is classified as an Operator, and thus receives the pay of this grade (Pay Scale Range –
$23.52/Hour to $33.84/Hour) plus paid overtime and stipends for certain state issued licenses.
The regular shift hours are 10:30pm to 7:00am, Monday through Friday. This individual will
work overtime as required and may be called in during off hours to attend to emergencies.

A strong benefits package that includes NJ State health benefits, pension (PERS), and generous
paid time off and holidays is also offered. EOE.

To apply, submit a resume and cover letter to
Executive Director, Township of Middletown Sewerage Authority, 100 Beverly Way, Belford,
NJ 07718 or via e-mail [email protected]

Wastewater Operations Manager (1-11-23)

Township of Ocean Sewerage Authority, Monmouth County. 

TOSA is seeking an Operations Manager for the Authority’s Wastewater Treatment and Collection System consisting of a 7.5 MGD Pure Oxygen Activated Sludge Wastewater Treatment Plant, 145 Miles of Collection System mains and 12 Pumping Stations. Position requires seven (7) years’ experience in practical operations of wastewater treatment and collection systems. A valid S3 and/or C3 license preferred. A valid NJ driver’s license required.  Must possess strong management, leadership, decision making and communication skills.  The Operations Manager is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the WWTP and Collection System and exercises direct authority over all plant functions and personnel in accordance with approved policies and procedures. The Operations Manager will report directly to the Executive Director.                                                          

Salary will be commensurate with the selected applicant’s qualifications, education and experience.

Qualified applicants may submit a resume and cover letter to Timothy Shea, PE, Executive Director at executive [email protected].  The Authority reserves the right to interview candidates as applications are received.  The Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator I (1-9-23)

The Hanover Sewerage Authority in Whippany NJ is seeking qualified candidates for the full time position of Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator I.  Responsibilities include operation and maintenance of various equipment, controls, valves, etc. according to schedule; recording and calculating data from various meters and indicators; sampling and analysis of wastewater and sludge from various facility locations as required; operation of sewer cleaning and inspection equipment and associated collection system activities; general housekeeping and upkeep of all assigned areas and equipment.  Rotating weekend and holiday coverage is required, as is availability for emergency repairs and response to facility alarms.  Candidates must possess a High School Diploma and a valid NJ driver’s license. Possession of or obtaining a Class B CDL with N endorsement is required.  Candidates must be proficient in math, reading and writing and must be able to communicate effectively.  Previous experience in wastewater operations and possession of NJDEP operator S or C class licenses is preferred but not required.

Interested candidates should submit a detailed resume to the attention of the Executive Director at the Hanover Sewerage Authority, 1000 Route 10, P.O. Box 320, Whippany, NJ 07981. 

 

DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE (1-6-23)

Willingboro Municipal Utilities Authority, located in Willingboro, NJ, is seeking an experienced water/wastewater operations manager. The Authority operates 4 potable water treatment plants, 6 wells, a 5.22 MGD wastewater treatment plant, 4 pumping stations,120+ miles of water distribution mains and sanitary sewers to serve 13,000 accounts along with bulk water sales to and sewage treatment for adjacent communities.  This position reports directly to the Executive Director and is primarily responsible for coordinating asset maintenance and project construction with operations.  Daily interaction with Water Supt, Sewer Supt, System Maintenance Supt and Lab Manager.  Assures regulatory compliance by all departments.  Assesses efficiency of workforce, methods and equipment.  Prepares operational budgets and capital improvement plan.

Position is open until filled.  Only applicants whose background is a match to our requirements will be contacted.  Applicable Civil Service job description can be found at https://info.csc.state.nj.us/jobspec/07549.htm

Qualified applicants should email their cover letter, resume and salary requirement to: Willingboro MUA, 433 JFK Way, Willingboro, NJ 08046 Attention:  James J. Mackie, PE, Executive Director email: [email protected]

Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator (1-6-23)

The Western Monmouth Utilities Authority, Monmouth County’s premier environmental government
agency, is excited to be expanding the staff of dedicated and valued professionals who maintain our
critical wastewater infrastructure by seeking several Environmental Sector Professionals. 
WMUA offers top salaries, outstanding benefits, unparalleled professional and personal development
and a laid-back but mission-oriented workplace to highly-motivated, positive, proactive and team-
centered individuals preferably with experience in the public environmental sector including wastewater
collections, maintenance, treatment, and engineering. 

The ideal candidate must have experience in wastewater treatment and possess a NJDEP License in
Wastewater Treatment (S 1-4). This position will be responsible for operating our 8.8 MGD advanced-
tertiary treatment plant, taking samples, monitoring data and maintenance, among other tasks. This is a
full-time position, on a rotating shift, inclusive of overnights.

All successful candidates must possess, a high school diploma and a valid Commercial Driver’s License
with a tanker endorsement, or obtain same within 90 days of hire and able to lift 75 pounds safely. All
successful candidates must possess a NJDEP certified S-1 and/or C-1 license, or have completed the
NJDEP prerequisite coursework relating to wastewater collection and treatment system operator license
eligibility or complete same within one year of hire. Interested applicants should send resumes to
[email protected]

Collection System Maintenance Operator (1-6-23)

The Western Monmouth Utilities Authority, Monmouth County’s premier environmental government
agency, is excited to be expanding the staff of dedicated and valued professionals who maintain our
critical wastewater infrastructure by seeking several Environmental Sector Professionals. 
WMUA offers top salaries, outstanding benefits, unparalleled professional and personal development
and a laid-back but mission-oriented workplace to highly-motivated, positive, proactive and team-
centered individuals preferably with experience in the public environmental sector including wastewater
collections, maintenance, treatment, and engineering.

The ideal candidate will have experience in wastewater collections and be physically able to perform a
Confined Space Entry and Rescue. This position is part of a team responsible for maintaining pump
stations, motors, pumps and valves; repair to the collection system and easements, and other tasks. The
ideal candidate will also be responsible for masonry, carpentry, electrical and general ground
maintenance on WMUA properties. This is a full-time position, scheduled for Monday – Friday but may
require assistance during emergency events.

All successful candidates must possess, a high school diploma and a valid Commercial Driver’s License
with a tanker endorsement, or obtain same within 90 days of hire and able to lift 75 pounds safely. All
successful candidates must possess a NJDEP certified S-1 and/or C-1 license, or have completed the
NJDEP prerequisite coursework relating to wastewater collection and treatment system operator license
eligibility or complete same within one year of hire. Interested applicants should send resumes to
[email protected]

Engineering Maintenance Operator (1-6-23)

The Western Monmouth Utilities Authority, Monmouth County’s premier environmental government
agency, is excited to be expanding the staff of dedicated and valued professionals who maintain our
critical wastewater infrastructure by seeking several Environmental Sector Professionals. 
WMUA offers top salaries, outstanding benefits, unparalleled professional and personal development
and a laid-back but mission-oriented workplace to highly-motivated, positive, proactive and team-
centered individuals preferably with experience in the public environmental sector including wastewater
collections, maintenance, treatment, and engineering.

The ideal candidate will have experience using GNSS survey equipment and with GIS, be proficient in MS
Office (specifically Excel), and have experience with electrical work including 480-volt, 3-phase systems
including single phase 120-volt systems, electrical installations, conduit and motor controls. This position
will also be responsible for maintaining motors, pumps and valves within the treatment system; along
with masonry, carpentry and general ground maintenance on WMUA properties. Licensed and/or
experienced Electricians are highly valued candidates. The ideal candidate should be physically able to
perform a Confined Space Entry and Rescue. This is a full-time position, scheduled for Monday – Friday
but may require assistance during emergency events.

All successful candidates must possess, a high school diploma and a valid Commercial Driver’s License
with a tanker endorsement, or obtain same within 90 days of hire and able to lift 75 pounds safely. All
successful candidates must possess a NJDEP certified S-1 and/or C-1 license, or have completed the
NJDEP prerequisite coursework relating to wastewater collection and treatment system operator license
eligibility or complete same within one year of hire. Interested applicants should send resumes to
[email protected]

Assistant to the Executive Director (1-5-23)

Mount Holly Municipal Utilities Authority

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Mount Holly Municipal Utilities Authority (“Authority”) is seeking a qualified
candidate to serve as the Assistant to the Executive Director. Job duties include but are not
limited to assisting the Executive Director in day-to-day activities and assisting in the
management of the Business Office. A detailed job description can be found on the Authority’s
website (https://www.mhmua.com/public-notice).

Applicants must be detail-oriented, possess excellent organizational and communication
skills; have strong computer skills. Experience with New Jersey municipal government or
Utilities Authority is preferred but not required.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Michael Dehoff at
[email protected] The deadline for receipt of resumes is January 31, 2023.

Assistant Executive Director (12-21-22)

Stony Brook Regional Sewerage Authority (SBRSA), located in Princeton, NJ, is seeking a Full-Time Assistant Executive Director (ED).  The Assistant ED will report to the current ED and assist with the overall day to day operations of the Authority, including working with and assisting management staff, i.e., engineering, operations, safety, regulatory/laboratory, finance, HR, etc. The candidate must also have experience/ability to prepare technical bidding documents and experience with interpretation/understanding of EPA/NJDEP regulations.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SBRSA has three WWTPs, three regional PSs, interceptors and force mains, and two multiple hearth incinerators.  SBRSA accepts outside liquid sludge and cake sludge which is incinerated along with SBRSA’s sludge at our main WWTP.   SBRSA has stringent NJPDES wastewater effluent limits and air emission limits (Title V Permit).

The candidate must have excellent written, communication, and computer skills. The successful candidate will be required to assist in the preparation of monthly Board meeting information/reporting and attend the monthly night Board meetings and interact with the Board Chairman.

The successful candidate must have a Bachelor of Science degree from a 4-year accredited college/university.  An Engineering Degree and P.E. license is preferred, with a minimum of 5 to 10 yearsof experience in the field of wastewater or other related fields.  

Salary will be determined based on level of experience and qualifications.  SBRSA is an EEO employer with excellent benefits and is part of the Public Employees Retirement Systems (PERS).  A background check will be required of the successful candidate and must meet the New Jersey First Act,N.J.S.A. 52:14-7 (L. 2011, Chapter 70)

Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume to [email protected]

Director of Solid Waste Operations (12-16-22)

The Atlantic County Utilities Authority, a Solid Waste and Wastewater utility is looking to fill the
position of Director of Solid Waste Operations.   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This position is responsible for the coordination of operations at the Recycling Center, Transfer Station, Landfill and Compost site. Recycling program includes collection services for residential homes, commercial businesses, municipal drop off areas, and several municipalities. Involved in maintaining compliance with all applicable rules and regulations, safety programs, special waste analysis and final disposal recommendations, site and equipment improvements, and purchasing/inventory.

Assures compliance with all applicable local and state permits governing activities at the Environmental
Park and the Pinelands Park Landfill facility. Follows up on all inspection reports and any notices
of violations issued as a result. Acts as a liaison with the Wastewater Division and the Centralized
Maintenance and Asset Management staff to coordinate repairs to landfill systems, leachate, and
gas collection, and recycling collection, landfill and compost site equipment repairs and service.
Directs operational staff regarding compliance with routine and extraordinary maintenance,
including pre and post trip inspections.

Collaborates with other divisions to assure maintenance and repair to onsite buildings and grounds, dust and odor control systems at the recycling center and transfer station, including work required at the Pinelands Park Landfill facility. Performs Contract Management duties for all relevant Solid Waste Contracts. Interact with bird control staff and attend meetings with FAA and NJDEP regarding management reports and remedial measures as required.

Performs all duties assigned to the Atlantic County Recycling Coordinator including
but not limited to interacting with all Atlantic County Municipal Recycling Coordinators and hosting
required Coordinator meetings. Acts as a resource person for the Atlantic County Solid Waste
Advisory Council. Monitor and manage collection contracts with municipalities and others for
quality control/quality assurance, including staffing hours, payments, customer service, routing,
vehicle assignments, tonnage review and other factors.

Oversees the Atlantic County Clean Communities Program. Participate in Fleetmind program implementation efforts. On behalf of ACUA preforms all duties assigned to the Host Agency Supervisor under the NJDEP Ameri-corps Watershed Ambassador Program. Coordinates special collection contracts requested from public and quasi-public agencies.

Involved in union contract negotiations and meetings with local
governments and recycling coordinators. Monitor applicable recycling legislation and program
development throughout the region. Assists in Public Education activities, tours, presentations,
requests for information. Actively participates in all relevant industry trade organizations such as:
SWANA, AEA, Sustainable Jersey. Participate and keep abreast of employee and public relation
matters, Authority policy and procedures, labor union negotiations and/or step 2 grievances, and
other issues that may arise. Coordinate and confer with the Human Resource Director regarding
such matters.

Conduct annual performance evaluations of direct reports and recommend merit
increases as required. Identify training needs and initiate development of subordinates.
Recommend effective personnel action. Provide oversight and direction to all Solid Waste Division
management regarding workplace safety compliance and adherence. Ensure that management
has properly trained its staff and that all safety rules and regulations are followed and monitored.
Ensure work plans are prepared and communicated to employees at the time of hire and on a regular basis.

Ensure performance evaluations are completed in time and are fair and accurate
reflections of the work performed for the entire evaluation period. Ensure that employees have
the necessary resources needed to be successful within budgetary constraints. Establish and
maintain positive working relationships with co-workers, supervisors, subordinates, vendors, etc.
Understand and interpret Authority policies and procedures and make rational
decisions/recommendations in accordance with established policy. Work in a safe manner and
report unsafe activities and conditions. Follow the Authority safety policy and practices and make
these a critical part of day-to-day operations. Be accountable- submit responses to all requests for
information by due date and meet deadlines. Be on time for all meetings. Perform other duties as
directed by Supervisor.

Candidates shall possess:
Bachelor’s degree. Solid Waste Association of North America Certified Manager of Landfill
Operations or SWANA Municipal Solid Waste Management Systems Certification. Minimum of 5
years management experience of which 2 years were in the solid waste industry. Practical
experience in the collections and processing mechanics of the solid waste industry. Successful
Completion of Rutgers Certified Recycling Professional course or the ability to obtain within 1
year.

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 “Careers”. The ACUA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Deadline to submit applications is January 13, 2023.

Instrumentation Tech II (12-16-22)

The Atlantic County Utilities Authority, a Solid Waste and Wastewater utility is looking to fill the position
of Instrumentation Tech II.
This position is responsible for the supervision of the maintenance and repair of all Authority equipment.
Troubleshoot, calibrate, and/or repair all instruments and electronic devices including but not limited to
flow-meters, PLC’s, VFD’s, totalizers, gauges, I to P converters, incinerator instrumentation systems, gas
detection systems, and other related equipment. Analyze instrument and control systems to establish
proper operation is being achieved. Assure flow-meter accuracy and reliability for billing purposes.
Produce flow data reports for informational and budgetary purposes on a weekly, monthly and yearly
basis, or as required. Evaluate calibration equipment to ensure materials and methods are adequate for
repair and calibration of plant instrumentation. Use and interpret all types of electronic test equipment
such as: VOM’s, oscilloscopes, ammeters and other test equipment as required. Possess the analytical and
technical skills to determine the necessary calculations required during instrument calibration. Analyze
data for accuracy, and program personal computer for entering data (daily flow data, for example) to
produce reports in tabular or graphical formats. Ability to program Wonderware HMI software. Ability to
setup/program and troubleshoot programmable controllers based on operational requirements.
Specifying necessary input and output devices, wiring and safety interlocks using ladder logic diagrams.
Develop and design control drawings, ladder logic diagrams and working drawings for modifications or
upgrades of electronic equipment. Also specify the necessary equipment as required. Troubleshoot basic
electrical problems on motors and motor controllers. Inventory stock of all necessary and critical parts
and supplies. Submit list to supervisor for ordering. Perform all work in accordance with the requirements
of the National Electrical Code. Work safely from step ladders, high extension ladders, and scaffolding,
both overhead and in below grade areas. Work safely at all times by observing all safety rules and
regulations while utilizing all available safety equipment. Comply with all provisions and requirements of
the lockout/tag-out safety program prior to working on any potential energized device.
Candidates shall possess:
HS diploma or GED. Minimum of 5 years’ experience in the electronics field working on electronic
equipment similar to equipment found at this facility. Forklift truck operation experience. Working
knowledge of programmable logic controllers, computers, flow meters, and cellular/Ethernet radio
communications equipment. Ability to construct and interpret electronic schematics and wiring
diagrams. Technical and Analytical skills. Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, & PowerPoint)
and other related applications.   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 “Careers”. The ACUA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Deadline to submit applications is February 1, 2023.

ADMINISTRATIVE AND COMPLIANCE OFFICER (12-16-22)

Responsibilities    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

            The Administrative and Compliance Officer is responsible for the enforcement of all rules and regulations as they relate to and pertain to the Authority’s Solid Waste and Recycling Programs.  In addition, the Administrative and Compliance Officer is responsible to assure that all Federal, State and County laws, rules and regulations pertaining to solid waste, hazardous waste and recycling that are complied with by both the CMCMUA and the users of CMCMUA facilities and services.  The Administrative and Compliance Officer shall also be responsible for various duties as may be assigned including special projects

Principal Duties:

            The principal duties of the Administrative and Compliance Officer include, but are not limited to, the following:

  1. Enforces all terms, conditions, rules and regulations approved by the CMCMUA that relate and pertain to the Solid Waste Program enforcing recycling rules and regulations; loads of solid waste brought in for disposal to the Landfill and Transfer Station that contain excessive amounts of recyclable materials, as well as materials that are brought in for recycling that don’t meet market standards. Information provided by CMCMUA operational employees, municipal employees and IPF employees.
  2. Assists in the enforcement ofs all Federal, State and County laws, rules and regulations that pertain to the operations of the CMCMUA Solid Waste Program and to the users of such facilities. Enforce NJDEP Registration, approved truck routes, tarpaulin requirements, illegal dumping, improper waste disposal, etc.  Must work closely with other state, county and local agencies. Performs surveilience of construction and demolition sites as well as solid waste and recycling collection routes to ensure compliance.
  3. Maintains records of violations issued including all follow-up actions and activities. Some violations require that a solid waste enforcement case be established for legal action that includes surveillance, interviews, detailed report writing and interpretation of Federal, County and State laws. Maintain monthly solid waste enforcement reports on in-county/out-of-county haulers operating in Cape May County, retrieve relevant information on waste generation, construction/demolition permits, asbestos removal permits as well as state and federal agency enforcement solid waste/recycling actions from various websites.
  4. Assists the Solid Waste Program Manager with Amendments to the County Solid Waste Management Plan and County Recycling Plan including Administrative Actions as required and scheduling the completion of the Administrative Actions and Plan Amendments through the various county agencies and NJDEP.
  5. As directed by the Solid Waste Program Manager, coordinates activities of the Cape May County Solid Waste Advisory Council (SWAC). Duties may include scheduling meetings and transcribing minutes of the meetings.
  6. As directed by the Solid Waste Program Manager, represents the Authority before various public agencies, organizations and the general public.
  7. Researches and prepares various reports and analyses of proposed regulatory policies, plans, regulations and/or legislation related to the CMCMUA’s Solid Waste Program.
  8. Maintains files and reference data/information required for the operation and function of the Solid Waste Program.
  9. Provides support and assistance in the preparation of the Solid Waste Program budgets and the Recycling grant.
  10. Develops and coordinates the continuing implementation of Household Hazardous Waste Collection and Disposal Program. Assists and advises residents, agencies and businesses with disposal options for hazardous wastes generated within Cape May County.
  11. Assists with the annual review and update of the Solid Waste Program Terms and Conditions document.
  12. Coordinates NJDEP registrations for all CMCMUA Solid Waste and Waste Water vehicles and containers.
  13. Reviews, tracks and summarizes all solid waste legislation and proposed regulations.
  14. Prepares bid specifications as directed.
  15. Coordinates waste composition studies.
  16. Maintains computerized solid waste database.
  17. Performs other duties as assigned.

Supervisory Controls:

            The Administrative and Compliance Supervisor reports to and receives direction from the Solid Waste Program Manager.

Qualifications:

  1. Must possess a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college.
  2. Must have a minimum of two (2) years’ responsible work experience in a professional office environment.
  3. Must have a minimum of one (1) year of work experience in areas related to solid waste.
  4. Ability to communicate with the general public, solid waste contractors, municipal officials and governmental agencies is essential.
  5. Knowledge of local, county and state governmental procedures is desirable.
  6. Ability to give suitable assignments and instructions to individuals and groups and to provide them with advice and assistance when difficult and/or unusual problems arise.
  7. Ability to devise procedures and/or systems to monitor or check the performance of work against established standards of workmanship and output.
  8. Ability to coordinate the activities of several groups in order to accomplish a single objective.
  9. Must have the ability to work harmoniously with associates, supervisors and the public.
  10. Must possess a New Jersey driver’s license.
  11. Ability to read, write and understand English sufficiently to perform the duties of the position.

Physical Demands:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by the employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear.  The employee will occasionally be required to stand, walk and stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl.  The employee must occasionally lift and/or move 25-50 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus with or without correction.  Hearing is to be in the normal range with or without correction.

Work Environment:

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee may encounter while performing the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Administrative office, sanitary landfill, solid waste transfer station and construction and demolition sites with travel from site to site.  Some exposure to noise, dust, grease, fumes, noxious odors, gases and all types of weather and temperature conditions; work on various types of surfaces including slippery or uneven surfaces. May be required to spend long periods of time in a passenger car or truck.

Must be willing to occasionally work overtime when situations warrant.

Salary Level:    Grade 21     

Non-Bargaining Unit –Exempt

35-hr workweek

Update 10/2022

Water Utility and Sewer Utility Operator Apprenticeships (12-14-22)

Water Utility and Sewer Utility Operator Apprenticeship Openings, Hackettstown, NJ      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Hackettstown Municipal Utilities Authority is seeking applicants for apprentices in our Water Utility and our Sewer Utility.  Water apprenticewill perform tasks and job functions associated with the daily operation of the water utility.  Sewer apprentice will perform tasks and job functions associated with the daily operation of the water utility.   Apprentices will be required to work some nights and weekends as well as emergency on call duty weeks. Operator apprentice position requires working outside in all weather conditions. Applicants must reside within a 30 minute response time to the Town of Hackettstown. 

High School diploma or equivalent required. Apprentices are required to possess a commercial driver’s license (CDL), Class B.  Candidates that do not meet the CDL requirement may be eligible for consideration but a CDL, Class B, must be obtained within 1 year of position appointment.  Apprentices must be willing and motivated to attend Operator Training classes and work toward obtaining NJ State Water or Sewer Licenses.

Applicants shall be able to walk, bend and be able lift over 50 pounds. Must have the ability to climb ladders up and down and enter into confined space areas. Applicant must be able to be on their feet for extended periods of time. Strong customer service skills are a must.  Strong mechanical and computer skills are a plus. Dump truck and backhoe operation experience are also a plus.

For information regarding Hackettstown Municipal Utilities Authority, and to fill out an application visit www.hmua.com or our offices at 424 Hurley Dr., Hackettstown, NJ  07840. Inquiries on the position should be directed to Nancy Lasch [email protected] or 908-852-3622.  Applications can be submitted to [email protected] or dropped off at HMUA offices at 424 Hurley Dr., Hackettstown.

Salary commensurate with experience/qualifications (minimum $49,500).HMUA is an equal opportunity employer.

 

CHIEF ENGINEER (12-7-22)

Willingboro Municipal Utilities Authority, located in Willingboro, NJ, is seeking an NJPE experienced in water/wastewater operations and infrastructure for the position of Chief Engineer. The Authority operates 4 potable water treatment plants, 6 wells, a 5.22 MGD wastewater treatment plant, 4 pumping stations,120+ miles of water distribution mains and sanitary sewers to serve 13,000 accounts along with bulk water sales to and sewage treatment for adjacent communities. This position reports directly to the Executive Director and is primarily responsible for coordinating engineering activities for asset maintenance and project construction, providing engineering analysis, evaluation and reporting on project plans and costs, implementing and developing a program for construction, inspection, repairs, and replacement.  Manages contractors and outside engineering firms on construction projects. Experience with NJEIT/H2Loans desirable.        

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Position is open until filled.  Only applicants whose background is a match to our requirements will be contacted.  Applicable Civil Service job description can be found at https://info.csc.state.nj.us/jobspec/07782.htm

Qualified applicants should email their cover letter, resume and salary requirement to: Willingboro MUA, 433 JFK Way, Willingboro, NJ 08046 Attention:  James J. Mackie, PE, Executive Director email: [email protected]

Line Maintenance Worker (11-22-22)

The Toms River Municipal Utilities Authority (TRMUA), maintains 435 miles of pipe, is responsible for 9,000+ manholes and operates 20 pumping stations in Toms River Township, NJ. The TRMUA has an immediate opening for a Line Maintenance Worker.                                              

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Under the general direction of a TRMUA Foreman, the Line Maintenance Worker is tasked with maintenance of the TRMUA Collection System and its facilities.  Examples of work included but are not limited to; inspections & maintenance of the collection system, rehabilitation and remediation of sewer lines, and site maintenance of TRMUA buildings.  Additionally, a successful candidate must have or be capable of obtaining a Class B CDL within (1) year.  

 This position is covered by a collective bargaining agreement and includes a comprehensive benefits package offering paid vacation, sick leave, personal time, holidays, 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.tomsrivermua.org.  Interested candidates should submit a resume and completed application by close of business on 9/30/22. Applications and resumes may emailed to[email protected] or mailed to 340 W. Water St, Toms River, NJ 08753 attention Cindy Toye.

Director of Solid Waste Operations (11-15-22)

Director of Solid Waste Operations          

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Level:  4 

FLSA Status:

Division: Solid Waste

Department/Location: Solid Waste Administration

Employment Status: Exempt      Regular Full Time

SUMMARY

This position is responsible for the coordination of operations at the Recycling Center, Transfer Station, Landfill and Compost site.            

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Recycling program includes collection services for residential homes, commercial businesses, municipal drop off areas, and several municipalities.
  • Involved in maintaining compliance with all applicable rules and regulations, safety programs, special waste analysis and final disposal recommendations, site and equipment improvements, and purchasing/inventory.
  • Assures compliance with all applicable local and state permits governing activities at the Environmental Park and the Pinelands Park Landfill facility.
  • Follows up on all inspection reports and any notices of violations issued as a result.
  • Acts as a liaison with the Wastewater Division and the Centralized Maintenance and Asset Management staff to coordinate repairs to landfill systems, leachate, and gas collection, and recycling collection, landfill and compost site equipment repairs and service.
  • Directs operational staff regarding compliance with routine and extraordinary maintenance, including pre and post trip inspections.
  • Collaborates with other divisions to assure maintenance and repair to onsite buildings and grounds, dust and odor control systems at the recycling center and transfer station, including work required at the Pinelands Park Landfill facility.
  • Performs Contract Management duties for all relevant Solid Waste Contracts.
  • Interact with bird control staff and attend meetings with FAA and NJDEP regarding management reports and remedial measures as required.
  • Performs all duties assigned to the Atlantic County Recycling Coordinator including but not limited to interacting with all Atlantic County Municipal Recycling Coordinators and hosting required Coordinator meetings.
  • Acts as a resource person for the Atlantic County Solid Waste Advisory Council.
  • Monitor and manage collection contracts with municipalities and others for quality control/quality assurance, including staffing hours, payments, customer service, routing, vehicle assignments, tonnage review and other factors.
  • Oversees the Atlantic County Clean Communities Program
  • Participate in Fleetmind program implementation efforts.
  • On behalf of ACUA preforms all duties assigned to the Host Agency Supervisor under the NJDEP Ameri-corps Watershed Ambassador Program.
  • Coordinates special collection contracts requested from public and quasi-public agencies. Involved in union contract negotiations and meetings with local governments and recycling coordinators.
  • Monitor applicable recycling legislation and program development throughout the region.
  • Assists in Public Education activities, tours, presentations, requests for information.
  • Actively participates in all relevant industry trade organizations such as: SWANA, AEA, Sustainable Jersey
  • Participate and keep abreast of employee and public relation matters, Authority policy and procedures, labor union negotiations and/or step 2 grievances, and other issues that may arise. Coordinate and confer with the Human Resource Director regarding such matters.
  • Conduct annual performance evaluations of direct reports and recommend merit increases as required.
  • Identify training needs and initiate development of subordinates. Recommend effective personnel action.
  • Provide oversight and direction to all Solid Waste Division management regarding workplace safety compliance and adherence. Ensure that management has properly trained its staff and that all safety rules and regulations are followed and monitored.
  • Ensure work plans are prepared and communicated to employees at the time of hire and on a regular basis.
  • Ensure performance evaluations are completed in time and are fair and accurate reflections of the work performed for the entire evaluation period.
  • Ensure that employees have the necessary resources needed to be successful within budgetary constraints.
  • Establish and maintain positive working relationships with co-workers, supervisors, subordinates, vendors, etc.
  • Understand and interpret Authority policies and procedures and make rational decisions/recommendations in accordance with established policy.
  • Work in a safe manner and report unsafe activities and conditions. Follow the Authority safety policy and practices and make these a critical part of day-to-day operations.
  • Be accountable- submit responses to all requests for information by due date and meet deadlines.
  • Be on time for all meetings.
  • Perform other duties as directed by Supervisor.
  • This is a safety sensitive position. A safety sensitive position is a job which includes work duties in which an employee’s performance of the job impacts the safety of themselves or others. The term includes jobs were performing a task poorly or failure to perform it all could result in a safety incident. A person in a safety sensitive position must have the ability to perform a given set of tasks effectively without exception, on an ongoing basis.
  • As needed and/or directed, assist the ACUA with its environmental mission and commitment to excellent customer service, to include but not limited to serve in an advocacy role, help with site tours, attend events and activities that the Authority participates in or sponsors.
  • Remain compliant with all training requirements for this position. The training requirements for this position are located on InsideACUA in the Employee Resources section (Blue Box) under Training Resources.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Solid Waste Association of North America Certified Manager of Landfill Operations or SWANA Municipal Solid Waste Management Systems Certification
  • Minimum of 5years management experience of which 2 years were in the solid waste industry
  • Practical experience in the collections and processing mechanics of the solid waste industry
  • Successful Completion of Rutgers Certified Recycling Professional course or the ability to obtain within 1 year

ESSENTIAL SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, AND ABILITIES

  • Valid driver’s license in good standing
  • Exceptional leadership, organizational, communication and verbal and written communication skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint), Fleetmind and other related applications

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • HAZWOPER 40 Hour Supervisors Training

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

The physical activities described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Essential functions are those functions that the employee who holds the position or the candidate that desires the position must be able to perform unaided or with the assistance of a reasonable accommodation. When possible, reasonable accommodations may be made for persons who are disabled under the law.  Reasonable accommodations are those accommodations which, as defined under applicable State and Federal law, enable disabled individuals to perform the essential functions of their job title and to meet the Employer’s expectations for the job title.  While performing the functions of this job the employee:

 

Constantly communicates, converses and exchanges information with customers, the public and other employees in person, electronically and/or via telephone. Constantly operates computer devices and/or business productivity machinery.  Must be able to remain in a stationary position for at least 50% of the time. Frequently moves about inside the office to access file cabinets, office machinery, etc.  Occasionally moves and transports supplies and materials up to 10lbs.

Administrative Assistant (11-10-22)

Neptune Township Sewerage Authority, Monmouth County.  The Township of Neptune Sewerage Authority is seeking a self-motivated full-time Administrative Assistant at a salary range of $35,000.00 – $40,000.00 with excellent organizational, customer service, administrative and computer skills.  Selected candidate will assist on a wide range of day to day administrative and supportive duties of the Administration Office.  Please submit a completed TNSA Employment Application along with a resume to TNSA, attention Executive Director, P.O. Box 765, Neptune, New Jersey 07753 or email at [email protected].  The Authority reserves the right to interview candidates as applications are received.  The Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Accounting Specialist (11-2-22)

Evesham Municipal Utilities Authority              

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Evesham Township, New Jersey

Status:  Full-time

The Evesham Municipal Utilities Authority, owner and operator of the public water supply and distribution facilities and sanitary sewer collection, treatment and disposal facilities in Evesham Township, seeks an experienced, highly qualified, self-motivated candidate for the position of Accounting Specialist.  The Accounting Specialist, reporting to the Office Manager and Deputy Executive Director, is responsible for all accounts payable processes, accounting transactions, including bank reconciliations and maintaining a balanced general ledger, financial reporting and escrow account maintenance. The Accounting Specialist also assists in normal day-to-day functions of the Authority, including excellent customer service and other administrative duties as required. To view the complete position description and to obtain an employment application, please visit http://www.eveshammua.com/careers/. 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.

Position Requirements:  Requires a minimum of 2 years of hands-on experience in  accounting processes within the public sector; Candidate must possess a high school diploma or equivalent.  Proficiency in Microsoft Excel is required.  High level of competence with use of accounting software(s) required; knowledge of Edmunds software preferred.  Knowledge and understanding of the New Jersey Local Public Contracts Laws a plus.

Attach resume to your employment application and mail to:  The Evesham Municipal Utilities Authority, 100 Sharp Road, P.O. Box 467, Marlton, NJ 08053 Attn: Christine Krimmel or via email at [email protected] by December 5, 2022.

Regulatory/Safety Manager (11-1-22)

STONY BROOK REGIONAL SEWERAGE AUTHORITY               

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

290 RIVER ROAD, PRINCETON, NJ 08540 | 609-924-8881

Stony Brook Regional Sewerage Authority (SBRSA) is seeking a full-time Regulatory/Safety Manager responsible for ensuring the Authority is regulatory compliant, and employees are properly trained and adhere to safe work practices and policies.  SBRSA isa public wastewater treatment facility in Princeton, NJ (13mgd). SBRSA also operates two smaller facilities located at Hopewell and Pennington, NJ. Candidate should have a Bachelor of Sciences in Engineering (B.S.E.) or equivalent and a minimum of 1-year experience in Safety or a related field and a minimum of 1-year supervisory experience.

If interested, please email the cover letter, and resume to [email protected] SBRSA reserves the right to interview candidates as applications are received. The salary range is $75,000 to $90,000 (depending on experience).

SUPERVISOR OF ENVIROMENTAL COMPLIANCE (10-31-22)

RAHWAY VALLEY SEWERAGE AUTHORITY.                   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Regional Sewerage Authority seeks F/T Supervisor of Environmental Compliance to handle all matters concerning RVSA compliance with Federal, State and Local environmental regulations. Reports to and assists the Manager of Regulatory Compliance monitoring and supervising the RVSA Industrial Pretreatment Program.

Responsibilities include: responding to all domestic and non-domestic user inquiries, discharges, and violations, treatment works sewer connection endorsements; preparation and submission of appropriate modifications to the Rules and Regulations of the RVSA pretreatment program; preparation and submission of the Clean Water Enforcement Act Annual Report; Preparation of annual budget for pretreatment program and flow monitoring operation; Represents RVSA at meetings and in communications with USEPA, NJDEP.

The ideal candidate: Must be familiar with NJDEP’s Field Sampling Procedures Manual; College degree in a related field, or have 5 years of related experience; Minimum of a C-2 wastewater collection system license or obtain within one year. A complete job description can be found on our website at www.rahwayvalleysa.com/contact_us/employment_opportunities.php. To apply, e-mail resume and salary requirement to [email protected] or by mail to:  RVSA, Attn: Human Resources, 1050 E. Hazelwood Ave, Rahway, NJ 07065.

WASTEWATER OPERATOR (10-26-22)

The Middlesex County Utilities Authority has immediate openings for Wastewater Operators. Salary level N-4. Please inquire for more specific salary information. The Authority offers a competitive salary, health benefits, dental, vision, pension (PERS), and generous paid time off and holidays.

SUMMARY:  Operate wastewater treatment, sludge processing, disinfection, and chemical and disposal equipment required to control the flow and processing of wastewater, sludge, and effluent by performing the following duties.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:  Include the following and others as assigned.

Make regular and scheduled inspections of equipment and processes throughout assigned area.

Recognize, correct, or report potential interruption/failure of equipment or processes to the Shift Supervisor.

Read and monitor meters, gauges, and control panels at specified intervals to verify operating conditions; open, close, or adjust valves, gates, and other flow-control devices.

Take wastewater samples at prescribed intervals and perform basic sample analyses to determine processing requirements.

Observe variations in operating conditions and interpret meter and gauge readings to determine processing requirements.

Operate and adjust remote or manual controls to start and stop pumps, motors, and equipment to control flow and treatment processes.

Visually inspect equipment at periodic intervals to detect malfunctions or need for repair, adjustment, or lubrication.

Monitor and adjust chemical feeds and sludge dewatering presses to ensure consistent quality of sludge cake. 

Visually check fluid levels and apparatus in settling tanks, sludge storage tanks and wet/dry wells. 

Assist with taking tanks out of service for repairs, periodically clean tanks and equipment, and remove grit and sediment. 

Perform assigned preventive maintenance and cleaning of equipment, work, and employee areas daily.

Record operation and maintenance actions as well as gauge and meter readings taken during shift in operator logbook and/or log sheets.

Assist in conducting on-the-job training of new operators as assigned.

When assigned to the Operations Desk, serves as the MCUA’s Communications Officer / Telephone Operator for off-hours and weekends and monitors the CTP’s operation via SCADA. 

Comply with applicable safety and health policies and procedures.

LICENSES:  Must possess a valid New Jersey Driver’s License and meet Authority insurance requirements.  Completion of Introduction to Water and Wastewater course upon award of position is preferred.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:  High School Diploma or General Equivalency Diploma (GED); one (1) year related experience and/or training in a wastewater, industrial treatment plant, or related industry; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

To apply, please contact Matthew Wiater, HR Manager, [email protected], 732-721-3800, or visit mcua.com/careers to apply and see additional information regarding the opening.

SUPERVISING SEWAGE PLANT OPERATOR (10-26-22)

GRADE F
 
Department:  Sewer Utility

 

Workweek: Predominately Mon- Fri 7am to 3:30pm. Required to report to Work for emergencies and responds to telephone calls 24/7.                                                                           

Wage:  Per Ordinance


Skills/Duties:  Under direction and in consultation with Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent, responsible for all Treatment Plant Operations and supervises and works with operators engaged in operating and maintaining equipment at the sewage treatment facility. Performs other related duties as required.                            

Examples of Work:   Supervises and works alongside operators involved in operating all sewage treatment plant equipment and processes.

  • Inspects plant and equipment for process adjustments, malfunctions and needed repairs, performs minor repairs, and lubricates machines and equipment. Orders parts and materials as necessary to maintain operations.
  • Plans and gives assignments and instructions to subordinates. Trains as necessary.
  • Reviews performance of employees, determines assignments, so that each is used to their fullest, efficient and best ability and to the requirements of their positions.
  • Provides instruction and development opportunities. Takes appropriate action when employees excel, meet or fall below work performance standards.
  • Performs special work assignments as assigned by Management, or as deemed necessary.
  • Utilize various types of electronic and/or manual recording and information systems used by the Township and Sewer Utility. Prepares Reports as necessary and/or directed.
  • Coordinating and completing tasks alongside the other supervisors/employees within the department, including the mechanics, road crew, and pump station crew, as needed.

Note: The examples of work for this title are for illustrative purposes only and employee may be required to perform and be responsible for duties of the job not listed. Required work will evolve overtime.

Requirements: Three (3) years of experience in operating, adjusting, repairing, and maintaining pumps, valves, electric motors, sludge collectors and dewatering equipment, blowers and other electrical and mechanical equipment used in a sewage treatment plant. Knowledge and use of SCADA and other electronic recording, reporting and operational equipment required. Proficiency in MS Word, Outlook and Excel preferred.  Ability to read, write, speak, understand, and communicate in English proficiently to perform duties of this position.

License:  Possession of a current, valid NJDEP issued Wastewater Treatment Operator’s S-3 License, or higher, is required.

Appointees are required to possess a valid driver and must obtain a CDL License.

To apply: Submit a letter of interest indicating the Title and Department of the position you are interested in to Hank Sunyak, Personnel Director with a copy to Joseph Beckmeyer, Superintendent.

Closing date:  Wednesday November 23, 2022

CHIEF ENGINEER (10-26-22)

Willingboro Municipal Utilities Authority, located in Willingboro, NJ, is seeking an NJPE experienced in water/wastewater operations and infrastructure for the position of Chief Engineer. The Authority operates 4 potable water treatment plants, 6 wells, a 5.22 MGD wastewater treatment plant, 4 pumping stations,120+ miles of water distribution mains and sanitary sewers to serve 13,000 accounts along with bulk water sales to and sewage treatment for adjacent communities. This position reports directly to the Executive Director and is primarily responsible for coordinating engineering activities for asset maintenance and project construction, providing engineering analysis, evaluation and reporting on project plans and costs, implementing and developing a program for construction, inspection, repairs, and replacement.  Manages contractors and outside engineering firms on construction projects. Experience with NJEIT/H2Loans desirable. 

 

Position is open until filled.  Only applicants whose background is a match to our requirements will be contacted.  Applicable Civil Service job description can be found at https://info.csc.state.nj.us/jobspec/07782.htm

Qualified applicants should email their cover letter, resume and salary requirement to: Willingboro MUA, 433 JFK Way, Willingboro, NJ 08046 Attention:  James J. Mackie, PE, Executive Director email: [email protected]

Executive Director (10-25-22)

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR –The Landis Sewerage Authority (LSA) located in the City of Vineland, Cumberland County NJ, has commenced our search for the next generation of a professional to lead our agency and our staff of dedicated and valued water professionals who operate and maintain our critical wastewater infrastructure as our EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR. The Executive Director reports to a 5-member Board of Commissioners and supervises 53 employees. 

 

The LSA’s system consist of an advance wastewater treatment plant, land application of effluent and biosolids on our forestry and agriculture sites, liquid food and FOG receiving station with CHP from digester methane, approximately 120 miles of pipelines and 27 pumping stations. LSA offers competitive salaries, outstanding benefits, professional and personal development and a mission-oriented workplace. We are seeking a highly motivated, positive, proactive and team-centered individual with related public agency or with a related environmental program, including at least five years of increasing experience as a manager or executive.  Individuals from outside the public service may apply closely related private sector service experience.

The successful candidate must have an earned a baccalaureate degree in any program directly related to the management of government, public and/or environmental agencies such as a degree in areas of engineering, biology, chemistry or environmental science.  An ideal candidate will have a record of continued professional development and leadership. Membership in professional associations as well as local service organizations such as Rotary and the Chamber of Commerce is encouraged and supported with dues paid by LSA. Advanced licenses and credentials are highly valued including a PE and/or S4/C3 NJDEP licenses are desired, but not necessarily required. This is a full-time position with 37.5 hours per week and attending twice a month nightly board of commissioner meetings.

Please forward your cover letter and resume to [email protected]

Executive Director (10-24-22)

The Board of Commissioners provides broad policy direction to the Executive Director
who serves as the chief executive officer for the Township of Middletown Sewerage Authority Sewerage Authority (TOMSA).The Executive Director reports directly to the Board. The Executive Director will exercise full management and administration of the day-to-day operations of TOMSA, including operational, financial, technical and administrative functions in accordance with all local, state and federal requirements. 

 

The Executive Director is responsible for:

  • Implementing policy, guidelines and budget direction from the Board and
    recommending appropriate changes.
  • Supervise daily administrative, financial and operational functions.
  • Manage duties, evaluate performance, maintain records and update job descriptions.
  • Annual budget preparation including a ten-year capital improvement plan.
  • Ensuring necessary and appropriate maintenance of TOMSA facilities to maintain
    compliance with applicable permit(s) terms and conditions.
  • Reviewing legislative and regulatory proposals that may pertain to TOMSA’s operation and maintenance and implement applicable legislation and regulations.
  • Quickly reacting to emergencies in order to ensure TOMSA meets critical needs.
  • Identifying situations that have or are anticipated to progress beyond TOMSA’s resource
    capability to best ensure continuity of mission-critical operations.
  • Representing TOMSA to external public and government entities, including the general
    public, contractors, developers, and government agencies.
  • Preparing Board Meeting documents and reports
  • Experience with communication and labor relations with Union Representatives and workforce.
  • Experience with and basic knowledge of NJ municipal and Authority accounting standards.
  • Attendance and oversight at all Board meetings.
  • Exposure and familiarity with all OSHA and PEOSH rules, regulations and requirements.
  • Overseeing specifications for open bid preparations and contract advertisements.
  • Communicating, coordinating, and assisting the various professional consultants.

Qualifications:
Candidates will have the necessary education, related experiences, and competencies to meet
the job requirements.

Education: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four year college of university with major
course work related to public administration, science or engineering required. Masters or other
advanced degrees in any related field preferred.

Certifications, Licenses, Credentials:

Strong consideration given to candidates who have demonstrated ongoing professional development by completing related certifications, licenses, and other industry-recognized credentials, including:

  • State-issued environmental licenses in wastewater collection and/or treatment. Applicants must have a minimum of an active S-3license issued by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.
  • An active C-3 (or higher) licenses issued by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection is preferred.
  • Professional Engineering License
  • Certified Public Works Manager
  • Edmunds Financial System and related programs

Professional Affiliations: Candidates should be active in relative industry and professional
associations including but not limited to the NJ Water Environmental Association and the Association of Environmental Authorities.

Experience: Ideally, 5-10 years in any related private or public employment, or related
environmental program.

References and Pre-Hire Requirements: References need to be provided as requested.
Candidates will be subject to a background check and pre-employment drug test.
Interested candidates should send resume, salary requirements and references to C/O Board of Commissioners, Twp. Of Middletown Sewerage Authority, 100 Beverly Way, Belford NJ 07718

 

General Office Assistant (10-18-22)

Full time administrative position working under multiple supervisors and interacting with other employees, customers and vendors. Examples of the wide-ranging duties include customer service, answering phones, payment processing, accounts payable, mailing, scanning, filing and data entry.  Duties shall be performed in accordance with established HTMUA rules, regulations, policies and procedures.  The General Office Assistant may also perform other duties as assigned. 

 

KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES

*       Ability to establish and maintain essential records and files.

*       Ability to perform mathematic calculations and assess the reasonableness of the results.*       Proficient in Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word.

*       Knowledge of procedures used in recording and maintaining accounts of financial transactions.

*       Ability to interact with HTMUA customers, vendors, and staff in a professional manner.

*       Ability to review and resolve complaints.

*       Ability to read, interpret, comprehend and apply established rules, regulations, policies, and procedures of complexity.

*       Ability to organize assigned work and develop effective work methods.

*       Ability to learn and utilize software systems used by the Authority.

*       Ability to read, write, speak, understand, and communicate in English sufficiently to perform the duties of this position.  

**  Prefer knowledge of and experience with Edmunds Utility Billing and Finance software.

**  Prefer knowledge of procedures and methods used in accounts payable and purchasing.

LICENSE:  Must possess a valid NJ Driver’s License. SALARY:  Starting at $17.00 per hour commensurate with experience. **************** Position is subject to a probationary review period upon initial hire and periodic evaluations thereafter. 

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Apply: Applications and/or resumes may be dropped off at HTMUA – General Office Assistant Position, 6101 13th Street, Mays Landing, NJ 08330 or emailed to [email protected] Applications can be found on our website, www.htmua.com. Reviewing of applications will begin upon receipt. No phone calls. EOE, Committed To A Drug Free Workplace.

Laboratory Technician Level I – III (10-7-22)

East Windsor Municipal Utilities Authority is accepting applications for the following position: Laboratory Technician Level I – III (FT)

 

East Windsor Municipal Utilities Authority is seeking a career minded individual to assist in leading administrative department. Performs a wide variety of routine, standardized methods, tests and analyses on environmental samples, including both manual procedures, such as gravimetric, colorimetric or titrimetric tests and simple instrumental tests such as spectrophotometry and continuous flow.

Possession of an Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in any natural science or physical science, including or supplemented by twenty-four (24) credit hours in chemistry which shall have included a minimum of six (6) credits hours in analytical chemistry and two (2) years’ experience in a technical water quality laboratory; Preferred experience with a water/sewer (utility), public health, environmental, or research laboratory; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. NIMS Certification (IS-100 and IS-200) and/or NJDEP S1 or T1 license a plus. Applicant must satisfy employer physical, drug/alcohol screen and criminal background check. Must possess a valid N.J. State driver’s license. NJ residency required by State Statute R.S.52:14-7. East Windsor Municipal Utilities Authority offers excellent compensation.

Please send a resume and a complete employment application (www.eastwindsormua.com) via email to [email protected] or mail to East Windsor MUA, 7 Wiltshire Drive, East Windsor, N.J. 08520 Attn: Sue Pretz; EOE

DEPUTY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – ENGINEER (10-7-22)

Hackettstown Municipal Utilities Authority $5.4 Million Budget, 19 Employees 

 

Due to the retirement of the existing Deputy Executive Director, the Hackettstown Municipal Utilities Authority (HMUA) is seeking to hire a new Deputy Executive Director – Engineer.  The HMUA provides water and sewer service to portions of five municipalities in Warren and Morris Counties.  The successful candidate will report to the Executive Director and assist in the overall management of the HMUA.  Responsibilities will involve coordination with professional consultants; working with contract documents; project management; maintenance of GIS; monitoring and tracking of operational performance; tracking of regulatory compliance requirements; and various other projects.  Candidate must have substantial experience with the operation and management of comparable public facilities, project management, and preparing and coordinating capital improvement programs.

The new Deputy Executive Director – Engineer will be encouraged to apply for the Executive Director position when it becomes available.  Must have outstanding computer skills, and oral and written communication skills.  Bachelor’s Degree required. Engineering degree preferred.  Water and wastewater operator licenses also highly desirable.  Minimum 7 years of experience required (10 years preferred) in the water or wastewater treatment field with supervisory responsibilities.

Salary range $110,000 to $155,000  DOE-DOQ.

Please submit informative cover letter, resume and salary requirements to Dan Mason at [email protected].  Please include “HMUA Deputy Executive Director – Engineer” in the subject line.

Fertilizer Shipping Coordinator (9-21-22)

The Ocean County Utilities Authority, a public wastewater treatment facility consisting of three treatment plants and 40 pumping stations, is presently seeking a Fertilizer Shipping Coordinator for its biosolids fertilizer manufacturing operation.  The position is located in Bayville, NJ.

The Fertilizer Shipping Coordinator is responsible to assist in managing the aspects of shipping OceanGro fertilizer.  Must be a high school graduate or equivalent.  A college degree is preferred.  One year of prior work experience in sales or marketing is required. Prior experience in logistics would be beneficial. Must possess excellent organizational skills.  Proficiency in computer skills to utilize the Authority’s Electronic Data Management System (EDMS) and network system are essential.  A thorough knowledge of the current Microsoft Office suite of applications is also required.  Superior interpersonal and written communication skills are essential.  It is preferred that the candidate be able to operate a forklift, have obtained experience towing equipment, and possess good mechanical skills.  Must possess a valid New Jersey Drivers License.  A Class B Commercial Driver License (CDL) may be required based on departmental needs.  When required, the Class B CDL must be obtained within one year.  The Fertilizer Shipping Coordinator must attend an appropriate weighmaster training class and obtain the required weighmaster certification at the earliest possible testing window provided by Weights and Measures but not later than one year from obtaining position.  The Fertilizer Shipping Coordinator must attend an appropriate fertilizer applicator training class to obtain the required fertilizer applicator certification within 6 months of accepting the position.

The Authority offers a competitive salary of $54,500.00 – $56,500.00.  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 today at www.ocua.com and click on Careers.

The Ocean County Utilities Authority, An Equal Opportunity Employer

Customer Account Clerk (9-19-22)

The Berkeley Township Sewerage Authority is seeking a qualified individual to join our customer service team. Applicants must have excellent communication and organization skills, the ability to multi-task and, must be detail oriented. Computer knowledge, especially with Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel is required. Job assignments include answering telephone, processing payments, reconciliation of daily deposits, updating customer accounts, processing Attorney and Title Company requests and home ownership changes, sorting mail, managing returned bills and other tasks as assigned.      

 

The Berkeley Township Sewerage Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please send a resume and contact information for three references via e-mail on an attached Word document to: [email protected] or via mail to:

Berkeley Township Sewerage Authority

                        Attention: Office Manager

                        255 Atlantic City Blvd.

                        Bayville, NJ 08721

WATER  TREATMENT PLANT SUPERINTENDENT (9-19-22)

The Freehold Borough Water and Sewer Utility is accepting applications for a full-time licensed water superintendent for our new, state of the art water treatment plant.  The position is responsible for the operation and maintenance of a public water treatment and distribution system including water treatment plant, distribution system, and pump stations.  The successful candidate shall have one (1) to three (3) years of experience and completion of NJDEP approved training course(s) relating to water treatment and distribution systems including the operation and maintenance of related equipment and staff.  NJDEP certified T-3 and W-2 licenses as well as mechanical/electrical knowledge are required. Possession of an N-1 license is a bonus. Send cover letter, resume and copies of applicable licenses to: Stephen J. Gallo, Business Administrator, Freehold Borough Hall, 30 Mechanic Street, Freehold, NJ 07728 of email to [email protected]

Authority Engineer/Project Manager (9-16-22)

The South Monmouth Regional Sewerage Authority is seeking an individual to fill the position of full time Authority Engineer/Project Manager. Qualified candidates must possess a BS degree in Engineering and/or related Science; along with prior experience working as a Consulting, Municipal, or Authority Engineer. The individual must possess knowledge of New Jersey Local Public Contracts Law, have experience/knowledge of NJDEP Water Quality Regulations and the ability to manage Construction Projects and an Asset Management Program. A New Jersey P.E. is desirable, but not required.

 

The successful candidate will have the capability to multitask in order to oversee multiple projects at various stages from conception to completion. Proficiency in the operation of computer programs, including relational database(s), GIS and CADD preferred.

In exchange for these qualifications and talents, a competitive salary and comprehensive health benefit package is offered. Interested professionals are requested to visit www.smrsa.organd submit a cover letter, resume and completed job application to [email protected].

EOE M/F/D/V/SO/ Drug Free Workplace         

Receptionist/Administrative Assistant (9-14-22)

The Franklin Township Sewerage Authority is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the following positions located at their 70 Commerce Drive, Somerset, NJ 08873:                                          

 

The qualified candidate must have proven customer service and executive support skills with an ability to work in a team setting. This individual will be responsible for all activities related to telephone answering, dispatching and in person customer service reception. The position will report to the administrative manager / chief human resources officer.

To apply:

Please forward resumes to the authority office at the above location, attention: Administrative Manager/Chief Human Resources Officer or [email protected]

Joseph Danielsen, Executive Director /Special Project Manager

The Franklin Township Sewerage Authority Does Not Discriminate on The Basis of Race, Color, National Origin, Religion, Sex, Sexual Preference, Age or Handicap

Foreman Position (9-14-22)

The Franklin Township Sewerage Authority is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the following positions located at their 70 Commerce Drive, Somerset, NJ 08873:                                          

 

The qualified candidate shall be included all activities required to operate and maintain the existing facilities. Additionally, this position may review, upon the request of the executive director or designee, capital projects, which involves (but not limited to) project meetings, design, plan review documents, engineering documents, oversight of construction work, and interfacing with contractors and vendors (at the direction of the executive director or operations manager).

The foreman’s main responsibilities shall be to oversee employees in the operation and maintenance of the system in a manner which protects the public health, and the environment, which is the main goal of the authority and is supported by all other activities.

This position requires an NJC3 or higher collections system license and a commercial driver’s license (cdl), both of which must be current. The foreman should have, at a minimum, extensive hands-on experience maintaining and operating sewer pump stations, performing CCTV line inspections, operating sewer cleaning equipment & monitoring of odor and corrosion control systems.

The foreman position is a non-union position within the “management” structured hierarchy and shall not be subject to or eligible for over-time pay under any circumstances. The foreman maybe directed to attend meetings of the management team, participate in the same as needed, and make presentations or recommendation to, at the direction of the executive director. The position will report to the operations manager.

To apply:

Please forward resumes to the authority office at the above location, attention: Administrative Manager/Chief Human Resources Officer or [email protected]

Joseph Danielsen, Executive Director /Special Project Manager

The Franklin Township Sewerage Authority Does Not Discriminate on The Basis of Race, Color, National Origin, Religion, Sex, Sexual Preference, Age or Handicap

Power Generation Technician (9-12-22)

The Ocean County Utilities Authority, a public wastewater treatment facility consisting of three treatment plants and 40 pumping stations, is presently seeking a Power Generation Technician.  The position is located in Brick, NJ.

The employee will be responsible for the safe and efficient operation and maintenance of the Authority’s cogeneration system.  An additional responsibility is to troubleshoot and repair Authority-wide generators as requested.  A high school diploma or equivalent is required.  This position requires at least five (5) years’ experience in the electrical and mechanical operation and maintenance of engine generators and ancillary equipment similar to that installed at Authority treatments plants.  Basic knowledge of electronic control systems is desirable.  A Low Pressure Boiler Operator’s License (Black Seal) must be obtained within the first year in this position.  Will obtain a Stationary Engineer’s License, if requested, within a reasonable time period.  Visible Emissions Evaluation (VEE) Certification is preferred.

The Authority offers a competitive salary of $70,000 – $75,000.  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 today at www.ocua.com and click on Careers.

The Ocean County Utilities Authority. An Equal Opportunity Employer

Laboratory Technician (8-19-22)

Status:         Union/Non-Exempt 

 

Joint Meeting of Essex and Union Counties, a wastewater treatment facility in Elizabeth, N.J is seeking a Laboratory Technician. Under the direction of the Laboratory Supervisor, performs a variety of laboratory tests and analysis utilizing certified methodology. Records generated data in appropriate locations and provides basic interpretation of such, referring problems and unusual cases to the supervisor.

Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry, Biology, Environmental Science or a related field is required.

Two years laboratory experience and/or industrial experience, preferably in the wastewater treatment field.

Valid New Jersey driver’s license. Proficient with both Microsoft Word and Excel.

Candidates may submit resumes to [email protected]

An Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

EQUIPMENT MECHANIC (8-16-22)

            The Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority is accepting applications for an Equipment Mechanic.  Candidate must have a minimum five years’ full-time documented and verifiable experience in diagnostics, repair and maintenance of heavy equipment, class 8 vehicles, and component systems, such as hydraulic transmissions, hydrostatic drives, engines, air brakes, etc. Knowledge and skill of basic welding including Arc, oxygen/acetylene welding, brazing and cutting. Also, must have a high school diploma or equivalent. Diploma from a trade, vocational or manufacturer’s technical school may be accepted as equivalent to one year of work experience.  New Jersey Class B Commercial Driver’s License with appropriate endorsements required, Class A CDL is preferred.  Pension and complete benefits package included.  Submit resume to Human Resources Department, Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority, 1523 Route 9 N., Cape May Court House, NJ  08210.  Reply to: [email protected]  An Equal Opportunity Employer.  

Lab Regulatory Compliance Specialist (8-12-22)

This position reports to the Lab Director. This position assists the Lab Director in all administrative, regulatory, and analytical requirements of a NJDEP Certified Laboratory as well as customer and regulatory relations.                                                   

 

RESPONSIBILITIES  

  • In the absence of the Lab Director, the Lab Regulatory Compliance Specialist will assume all administrative and regulatory duties and become the principal liaison to ACUA Lab customers.
  • Assists the Director in providing chemical, biological, and instrumentation analyses for County Health Department and other public entity water and wastewater customers, and coordinate and schedule personnel to provide sampling and analytical coverage.
  • Assist the Lab Director in generating various laboratory reports and other written material based on interpretation of data and analytical results. Provide for electronic reporting as required.
  • Be completely knowledgeable in the use of the Authority’s laboratory software system for data entry, monitoring, reporting and quality control as required by the Laboratory’s certification.
  • Coordinate and schedule personnel to provide adequate sampling and analytical coverage at all times. Assign analysts tasks in such a way to provide accurate and timely analyses for ACUA customers
  • As assigned by Lab Director, assists in maintaining laboratory equipment and procedures which meet the applicable certification programs and assure valid laboratory data.
  • Administer, edit, and publish the Laboratory Quality Assurance Plan and associated Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
  • Administer, edit, and publish the Laboratory Acceptance Criteria, MDLs, DOCs in accordance with the Quality Assurance Plan
  • Assist on analyzing the cost benefit/ratio of obtaining/maintaining various certifications.
  • Responsible for coordinating staff training, to include basic laboratory testing and analysis as required for the day-to-day operation.
  • Establish and maintain a working relationship with county and state regulatory officials as well as a professional working relationship with operating personnel and laboratory customers.
  • Assist on developing pricing for contractual opportunities.
  • Manage the purchase of chemicals, supplies and equipment to support testing needs.
  • Assist with staff evaluations by providing accurate and professional feedback.
  • Assist on any special Wastewater research and/or projects.
  • Attend appropriate workshops and seminars to ensure the laboratory is engaged and current in the regulatory environment.
  • Acting as Lab Safety Officer, ensure that all working environments are safe and that all personnel are adequately protected. Ensure that all personnel are properly trained and equipped with adequate safety equipment and safety devices. Administer the Laboratory CHP and safety manual, with guidance of the ACUA Risk and Safety Manager.
  • This is a safety sensitive position. A safety sensitive position is a job which includes work duties in which an employee’s performance of the job impacts the safety of themselves or others. The term includes jobs where performing a task poorly or failure to perform it all could result in a safety incident. A person in a safety sensitive position must have the ability to perform a given set of tasks effectively without exception, on an ongoing basis.
  • As needed and/or directed, assist the ACUA with its environmental mission and commitment to excellent customer service, to include but not limited to: serve in an advocacy role, help with site tours, attend events and activities that the Authority participates in or sponsors.
  • Remain compliant with all training requirements for this position.  The training requirements for this position are located on Inside ACUA in the Employee Resources section (Blue Box) under Training Resources.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

  • Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry, Biology, Environmental Science, or in a field related to Water and Wastewater treatment, with a minimum of 4 credits in Microbiology.
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience in a laboratory conducting analyses on water, wastewater, or related field.

ESSENTIAL SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, AND ABILITIES

  • Valid driver’s license in good standing.
  • Familiarity with laboratory procedures, instruments, and test equipment associated with this field.
  • Must be eligible to satisfy the NJDEP requirement for Laboratory Manager/Supervisor, Quality Assurance Officer, and Supervisor/Technical Director for each category on the AUCA’s Annual Certified Parameter List as listed in N.J.A.C. 7:18-2.10.
  • Exceptional leadership, written and verbal communications skills.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint) and other related applications.
  • Report to work during weather related conditions and emergencies.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum 1-year supervisory experience.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

The physical activities described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Essential functions are those functions that the employee who holds the position or the candidate that desires the position must be able to perform unaided or with the assistance of a reasonable accommodation. When possible, reasonable accommodations may be made for persons who are disabled under the law.  Reasonable accommodations are those accommodations which, as defined under applicable State and Federal law, enable disabled individuals to perform the essential functions of their job title and to meet the Employer’s expectations for the job title. While performing the functions of this job the employee:

Constantly communicates, converses and exchanges information with customers, the public and other employees in person, electronically and/or via telephone. Constantly operates computer devices and/or business productivity machinery. Constantly works in a close/small workspace. Frequently moves and positions self at the workspace/desk to be able to engage with and service customers, public, and other employees. Must be able to remain in a stationary position for at least 50% of the time. Occasionally moves and transports supplies and materials up to 20lbs. Must be able to be exposed to or work under the following conditions: near moving parts and large machinery, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, work in areas with excessive vibration, load noises and risk of electrical shock. Must have close, distance, color, peripheral and depth vision. Constantly works in all outdoor weather conditions.

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