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Project Manager-Construction (4/15/24)

MIDDLESEX COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY

DEPARTMENT: Central Administration DIVISION: WW & SW
LOCATION: Central Treatment Plant/ as assigned EXEMPT: Yes
SALARY LEVEL: E-6 ($65,630.00-$147,300.00) SHIFT: No
REPORTS TO: Construction Manager NEW:1/1/21

SUMMARY: Supports all Construction Project functions with focus on financial
performance, schedule compliance, and scope adherence of assigned projects.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Include the following and others as
assigned:
* Responsible for the on-time performance, scope adherence, and budget of assigned
projects.
* Support the Capital Project development and authorization process.
* Assist in providing monthly updates to executive staff on project performance.
* Develops, makes recommendations, prepares scope and project justifications, obtains
related approvals, and implements special projects or assignments in consultation with
supervisor.
* Assists in the scope development and implementation of projects and strategies designed
to optimize performance and efficiencies of Plant and Landfill operations, as well as
compliance with regulatory agency requirements.
* Supports the coordination of contractors’ work, consultants, vendors and/or organizational
units assigned to the project.
* Assist in the review, approval and oversight of design and construction contracts for
compliance with operational, technical requirements, and contract specifications.
* Assist in the evaluation of mission-critical equipment and determines conformance with
best industry practices for Plant and Landfill projects.
* Supports the Board process relative to required documentation.
* Reviews contractor payment requisitions and consultant invoices to ensure expenditures
are reasonable, in accordance with the agreement, terms and conditions.

* Evaluates design changes, specifications, change orders and drawing releases and
recommends approval/processing to Senior Construction Manager.
* Develops project reports, inclusive of variances and cost performance metrics as required.
* When necessary, interface with consultants, contractors, vendors, and other stakeholders
impacting assigned projects.
* In conjunction with other MCUA staff, assists or participates in supporting activities required to
maintain compliance with Authority wide operational requirements including gathering data or
other information, reviewing, or completing forms or applications, obtaining necessary signatures or
approvals, and arranging for secure delivery to regulatory authorities.
* When necessary, directly interfaces and engages with State and Federal regulatory agencies with
respect to compliance and/or other requirements.
* 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 Civil, Chemical, Construction, Electrical, Environmental, Mechanical
Engineering or related engineering discipline; two (2) years of experience as a resident
construction inspector in the field of water/wastewater heavy construction and One (1) year
experience in the maintenance of owner’s operations during construction of water/wastewater
construction projects with an understanding of secondary wastewater processes.
Or Associate of Science Degree (A.S). with five (5) years of experience as a resident construction
inspector in the field of water/wastewater heavy construction and One (1) year experience in the
maintenance of owner’s operations during construction of water/wastewater construction
projects with an understanding of secondary wastewater processes.

LANGUAGE SKILLS:

Ability to read, analyze, and interpret scientific and technical
journals, legal documents, and governmental regulations. Ability to write reports, business
correspondence, and procedure manuals. Ability to effectively present information and
respond to questions from management, government/regulatory officials, and the general
public.

MATHEMATICAL SKILLS:

Ability to calculate and apply figures and amounts such as
rate, ratio, proportions, percentages, area, circumference, weight, and volume to practical
situations. Ability to apply concepts from statistics, algebra, and calculus.

OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Basic knowledge of administrative, organizational, and
communications practices. Ability to handle multiple and simultaneous projects with variable
complexities under constrained schedules and assist in the management and prioritization, multi-
discipline assignments. Basic solving, negotiation, and conflict resolution skills. Working
knowledge of materials handling and control systems and applications. Knowledge of
available technologies, services, vendors, and agencies to ensure technical support for
wastewater and solid waste performances. Ability to assist in the development,
management, and delivery of multiple projects and programs in a timely manner. Ability to
work harmoniously with associates and other stakeholders. Ability to work harmoniously in
a multi-task, multi-agency environment.

LICENSES:

Must be able to successfully pass the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE)
examination and obtain and Engineering-in-Training Certification within Two (2) years of
employment. Must possess a valid state of residence Driver's License and meet MCUA
insurance requirements.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is
frequently required to sit and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to walk;
use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and reach with hands and
arms. The employee must 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 near moving mechanical parts; in high, precarious places; in outside weather conditions;
and is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, loud noises, fumes, noxious odors,
dust or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, risk of electrical shock, and vibration. 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 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).

SENIOR ENGINEER (4/12/24)

HAMILTON TOWNSHIP DEPARTMENT OF WATER POLLUTION CONTROL (WPC)
(Mercer County) seeks a full-time Senior Engineer to provide technical assistance on all
engineering matters in the wastewater treatment plant and collection system, and function as the
Department’s representative in contracting and construction matters. Key responsibilities involve
managing design and procurement processes, monitoring construction projects, reviewing reports
by consultants, and preparing the annual construction budget. Experience in specification writing
and public bidding is essential.

Applicants must hold at least a B.S. degree in Civil, or Mechanical Engineering, with a minimum
of five (5) years’ experience in wastewater treatment including Construction Management.
A New Jersey Professional Engineering License is required. Candidates should be proficient in
Microsoft Office applications and demonstrate excellent written and verbal communication
skills. Salary commensurate with experience and includes a very good benefit package that
includes Health benefits, pension (PERS) and generous paid time off and holidays.

We encourage you to submit your resume for consideration in joining the Hamilton WPC team.
More information about WPC can be found on our website www.hamiltonnj.com/WPC.

To apply, email your resume to Carrie Feuer, Director Hamilton Township Department of Water
Pollution Control 300 Hobson Avenue, Hamilton New Jersey 08610 or email to
[email protected].

Operations Engineer (4/9/2024)

Mount Laurel Township Municipal Utilities Authority
Regular Full Time

Supervise a small staff and provide services and professional activities as it relates to the Engineering
Department of the Mount Laurel Township Municipal Utilities Authority (MLTMUA). MLTMUA is a water
and wastewater service provider for Mount Laurel, NJ, a community with ~45,000 residents, over 30 hotels and a robust commercial component. Facilities include a water treatment facility, ASR well, collection system with over 40 pump stations and a 6 MGD advanced secondary sewage treatment facility.

Examples of Work
* Supervise a staff consisting of a construction manager, inspector, GIS tech and applications coordinator.
* Provide operating assistance and guidance on technical matters to the operating branch of the business.
* Continually update technical requirements to remain compliant with all state and federal requirements
while streamlining Authority processes.
* Keep engineered construction projects on schedule.
* Review development applications for compliance with Authority regulations, construction code
requirements, and local zoning and development ordinances.
* Perform field and construction related activities including inspection services, construction observations,
shop drawing review, and quantity review.
* Responsible for completing assigned tasks relating to the documentation, permitting, review, inspection,
planning, design, construction of development and capital improvement projects/operational aspects of
water and wastewater facilities, with emphasis on short- and long-range capital project planning.
* Participates in activities of various professional organizations and attends seminars and training courses
when necessary to maintain technical competency.
* Assist, prepare or review of engineering studies/reports, status reports, permit applications, contract
documents, inspection/management of construction projects, including connecting homes and/or
businesses to the public water and wastewater systems.
* Perform any other duties that may be assigned by the Executive Director.

Requirements
* Working knowledge of the principles and practices of civil engineering with strong experience in the
water and wastewater sector.
* Working knowledge of standard engineering calculations and the ability to apply the principles and
practices of civil engineering to related engineering duties.
* Knowledge of local municipality, county and state land use processes and regulations.
* Ability to work closely with engineering consultants, contractors, government agencies, utilities,
individuals, developers, and others in the conduct of projects.
* Ability to express oneself, clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing to communicate effectively
with the public.
* Ability to multitask.
* Advanced Microsoft Office skills including spreadsheet and database operations. AutoCAD and ArcGIS
experience preferred.
* Possession of a valid New Jersey driver’s license

Minimum Education and Experience

* Bachelor’s degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering from an accredited college or university.
* 10 years of experience in water supply/distribution and/or wastewater collection/treatment systems.
* Experience with high pressure common force main headers a plus.
* Licensed Professional Engineer is not required, but a plus.

Physical Requirements
* Will be working in an office environment at a desk for extended periods.
* While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to, stand, sit; talk, hear, and
use hands and fingers to operate a computer and telephone keyboard.
* Ability to work outside in all types of weather conditions.
* Must be able to enter and inspect Authority facilities including stairs, and construction project sites.

The physical activities described above 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 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.

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

TREASURER/CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER (4/3/2024)

Bergen County Utilities Authority, Little Ferry

The BCUA is seeking a Treasurer/Chief Financial Officer to oversee the Authority’s financial
operations. Successful applicants must be able to provide in-depth, extensive financial analysis.
Other responsibilities include maintaining meticulous records and ledgers, managing debt,
overseeing grants and federal and State of New Jersey funding programs, managing the
investment and disbursement of funds, working with auditors during the annual audit, and
supervising accounts payable/receivable and payroll process.

The Treasurer/CFO will also be responsible for managing and oversite of the Qualified Purchasing Manager and purchasing department functions and policy.

The Treasurer/CFO will work with the Executive Director,
department heads to prepare the annual budget. Must be able to fulfill all obligations in
compliance with N.J.S.A. 40:14 B-1 et seq. and all relevant federal regulations.

Managerial skills and experience are a must. Candidates must be able to communicate effectively and to
maintain positive working relationships. NJ State CMFO certification preferred but not
required. C.P.A. is a strong Advantage. B.S. /B.A. in Accounting, Finance or relevant field are a
plus. Minimum 3 – 5 years finance experience preferred. Must have advanced computer literacy
skills and be familiar with Microsoft Office. Must possess exemplary Excel skills. Salary will be
dependent upon qualifications.

This position is listed with the New Jersey Department of
Personnel as “Unclassified Utilities Authority Employee”. Pre-employment physical, drug
screen and background check required. E.O.E. Open until filled. This is an equal opportunity
employer.

Qualified applicants for all positions must successfully pass a background check, and
meet New Jersey residency requirements pursuant to NJSA 54:14-7 (L. 2011, Chapter 70).

To apply please send an email or mail your letter of interest and resume to Michael Bellucci,
Deputy Executive Director/Director of Human Resources, at [email protected] or mail to:
Attention: Michael Bellucci, Deputy Executive Director/Director of Human Resources, Bergen
County Utilities Authority, P.O Box 9, Foot of Mehrhof Road, Little Ferry, NJ 07643.

Wastewater Laboratory Manager/Compliance Officer (4/3/2024)

The Hanover Sewerage Authority in Whippany NJ is seeking qualified candidates for the full-time
position of Wastewater Laboratory Manager / Compliance Officer. Responsibilities include
management of the Authority’s NJDEP certified laboratory including supervision of laboratory
personnel, scheduling and coordination of all permit and process control related sampling and
analyses, quality assurance and quality control checks at required frequencies, instrument calibration
and maintenance, review and compilation of all data collected, and coordinating sampling of
dischargers to the HSA system with the IPP Manager. In conjunction with the Superintendent,
compiles data and completes various on-line NJDEP reports including discharge monitoring reports
(DMRs), sludge quality assurance, waste characterization reports, etc. Takes the lead in
communicating with the NJDEP Office of Quality Assurance and represents the Authority during
compliance audits of the laboratory conducted by the NJDEP. This position on occasion may
require working overtime hours.

Candidates must possess a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science or related field and
must meet the educational requirements of the NJDEP regarding certified laboratory management,
including Microbiology. A minimum of three (3) years’ experience working in a wastewater
treatment plant laboratory is required. Proficiency in Microsoft programs including Word and Excel
is required. Must also possess a valid NJ driver’s license and the ability to communicate effectively.

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.

OPERATIONS MANAGER (3/28/2024)

Joint Meeting of Essex and Union Counties

SUMMARY:
Under the direction of the Assistant Superintendent, responsible for supervising and coordinating
the activities of Operations personnel, monitoring the plant operation & process, enforce
regulatory requirements and permit compliance, and coordinating any activities involving other
plant departments. Independent judgement to accomplish the work with accountable results is
expected. Possessing skills in leadership, communication, conflict resolution, critical thinking,
problem solving and time management.

May be required to work additional hours when necessary and as required, without additional
compensation as the workload dictates.

Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
The successful applicant should be able to perform ALL of the following functions at a pace and
level of performance consistent with the actual job performance requirements.
* Reviews operational reports and initiates action when necessary
* Coordinates and carries out special jobs and projects in the areas of process, operations
and maintenance as assigned.
* Inspects plant frequently to determine operational efficiency and maintenance activities,
and initiates corrective action when needed.
* Provides guidance and direction to the Operations Supervisors.
* Oversees the staffing of the Operations Supervisory personnel.
* Proficient in the use of computers and software including Excel, Word and database
processing software.
* Compiles data and prepares operational reports for regulatory agencies.
* Reports all problems to the Assistant Superintendent immediately.
* Thorough knowledge, complies, directs, implements, and enforces all agency policies,
procedures and rules, written or otherwise, at all times.
* Complies with all agency policies, procedures and rules, written or otherwise, at all
times.
* Must demonstrate a thorough knowledge of all plant equipment and operations in a
wastewater treatment facility.
* Communicate effectively and coherently with internal staff, external contacts, visitors
and the general public. Ability to satisfactorily understand and carry out oral and written
directives.
* Reviews and comments on all plans for construction, repair, or replacement of any plant
components.

* Comply with and enforces all safety requirements including but not limited to wearing of
all required safety equipment. Follow safety policies and regulations; take appropriate
action in cases of serious and unusual incidents and emergencies.
* Oversees emergency or unscheduled work to assure appropriate follow through.
* Operations Manager will be available on call 24 hours /7 days per week
* Performs all other duties as assigned required by the Superintendent or Assistant
Superintendent

QUALIFICATIONS:
* High school diploma, GED certification, or trade school certificate, diploma, or
degree required.
* College degree in Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Engineering, or
related field preferred.
* Possession of an S-3 wastewater treatment license; S-4 license is preferred.
* Valid driver’s license
* Minimum of 5-10 years’ experience as an operator, and minimum of 5 years’
experience as an operational supervisor in a medium to large wastewater
treatment facility.

Applicants who possess an equivalent combination of education and experience listed above may be considered.

To apply: https://www.jmeuc.com/how_do_i/jobs.php

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT (3/28/2024)

Joint meeting of Essex and Union Counties

SUMMARY:
Under the direction of the Facility Superintendent, responsible for assisting in the
functionality, efficiency, and effectiveness of the Operations and Maintenance
departments. Ensuring both departments have the resources they need and are able to
complete their task on time. Assisting with both long-range planning, and the day-to-day
operation of the facility. Supporting and assisting the Projects Department in planning
and coordinating long term projects, special projects and plant upgrades. Ensure
regulatory requirements and permit compliance for the facility is satisfied. Possessing
skills in leadership, communication, conflict resolution, critical thinking, problem solving
and time management.

May be required to work additional hours when necessary and as required, without
additional compensation as the workload dictates.

Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
The successful applicant should be able to perform ALL of the following functions at a
pace and level of performance consistent with the actual job performance requirements.
* Assist the Superintendent in all matters as necessary.
* Reviews the training manuals and standard operations procedures as needed.
* Closely monitor the day-to-day operation of the treatment plant to ensure the
limitations of the JMEUC NJPDES Permit are being met.
* Coordinates and carries out special jobs and projects in the areas of process,
operations and maintenance as assigned.
* Assists in the preparation and review of specifications for quotes and bids.
* Compiles statistics and prepares all operations and process performance
reports.
* Be well versed with the union contract and JMEUC policy enforcement.
* Assist with Operations staff assignments; reviews scheduling needs, time out
requests, and training needs for department.
* Track Operations and Maintenance progress and performance.
* Assists Operation Managers with professional growth and skills.
* Assist with designing clear future succession plans.

* Coordinate with the Training Coordinator.
* Reviews the training manuals and standard operating procedures as needed.
* Monitor the training of both new Operations and Maintenance employees by
adding some level of oversite to the training programs of both departments.
* Recommends changes and updates to the training manuals and standard
operating procedures as needed.
* Determine and investigate cost-effective methods for improvements and
correcting deficiencies.
* Recommend ways to implement process enhancements to improve
efficiencies and continued compliance.
* Help prioritize tasks and allocate the necessary resources to achieve
operational efficiency.
* Share all facility information, messages, data, and policies.
* Gather and analyze data to prepare various federal and state reports.
* Review reports as needed for compliance.
* Stay current with Federal/New Jersey regulations pertaining to permit
compliance and treatment plant concerns.
* Review Monthly Operations and Maintenance Reports.
* Review comments and assist with responses to NJDEP regarding the Joint
Meeting’s NJPDES Permit.
* Routinely attend meetings regarding new projects and plant upgrades.
* Assist as necessary with outside professionals including attorneys,
accountants, consultants, contractors and vendors.
* Report issues/problems to the Superintendent immediately.
* Assists with the
* Perform all other duties as assigned and/or required.

QUALIFICATIONS:
* Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry, Biology, Environmental Science, Engineering
or related field required.
* Possession of a S-3 Wastewater Treatment License, S-4 License preferred.
* Possession of a C-3 Wastewater Collection System Operator License is
preferred.
* Minimum of 5-10 years’ experience in a Supervisory or Managerial role in
Wastewater Operations.
* Must be familiar with NJDEP Regulations, NJPDES Permit Requirements.

* Must be able to communicate effectively with all levels, including
management staff, subordinates, NJDEP Officials, JMEUC Board Members,
and outside contacts.
* Must be computer literate, extremely well versed in Microsoft Word and
Excel.
* Must possess a valid driver's license.
* Must follow and enforce all JMEUC safety standards.
* May be exposed to indoor and outdoor work; dust, fumes, odors, and noise;
extremes of cold and heat.

Applicants who possess an equivalent combination of education and experience listed above may be considered.

To apply: https://www.jmeuc.com/how_do_i/jobs.php

General Manager of Procurement (1/22/24)

MIDDLESEX COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY

JOB TITLE: General Manager of Procurement

DEPARTMENT: Wastewater Administration

DIVISION: WW
LOCATION: Central Treatment Plant

EXEMPT: Yes

SALARY LEVEL: E-8 ($74,060.00-$168,890.00)

SHIFT: No

REPORTS TO: Chief Engineer

NEW: 1/1/21

SUMMARY: Directs and manages the Contracts Administration Unit of the Wastewater
Division, including contract development, negotiation, monitoring, and payment; primarily
responsible for coordinating the procurement, public bidding process, and award of construction
contracts, technical, advisory, professional, and other service agreements.

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

* Coordinates tasks necessary to meet Division and Authority contracting objectives, including
monitoring, and ensuring compliance with New Jersey statutes: (ie. New Jersey Local Public
Contracts Law, New Jersey Environmental Infrastructure Trust law.)
* Develop general terms and conditions including technical specifications for consultant
agreements, construction contracts, and RFQ/RFB documents.
* Prepares and coordinates for the Chief Engineer’s approval, drafting of resolutions, contract
templates, extraordinary and unspecifiable services agreements, bid specifications, bid
specifications addenda, contract amendments, and purchase orders for projects, large scale
service, repair contracts, and the procurement of equipment, materials, and supplies.
* Prepares RFQ/RFB/RFP documents and ensures all Federal, State and/or MCUA requirements
are satisfied, inclusive of addenda as necessary to ensure on-time publication of public notices and
submittals.
* Manages bid opening process; ensures that all required documentation is in place, in accordance
with contract requirements.

* Responsible for the dispositions of contractual compliance matters relative to procurement
contracts in consultation with outside counsel.
* Responsible for the coordination and implementation of all document management and control
functions relative to Board Resolutions, and other records required by law or Authority directive.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Supervises employees and is responsible for the
overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of this department. Carries out supervisory
responsibilities in accordance with the Authority’s policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities
include interviewing, training, planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance;
rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE: Bachelor of Arts or Science Degree (B.A./B.S.) with
major coursework in Economics, Public, or Business Administration, Engineering, Political
Sciences, Finance, Planning, or a related field of study; ten (10) years related experience, of which
five (5) years must be in an administrative, management or executive capacity in public sector,
construction management, procurement, administration, or finance; or equivalent combination of
education and experience. A Master's Degree may be substituted for one (1) year of non-
supervisory experience.

OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of Federal, State, and local laws, regulations,
rules, ordinances, policies, standards, and procedures as they apply to public sector contracting.
Considerable knowledge of administrative, organizational, and communication practices.
Considerable knowledge of the principles, methods and procedures of public administration,
public contract law, and public finance. Working knowledge of available technologies, services,
vendors, and agencies related to public facilities. Ability to work harmoniously with associates,
regulatory agencies, government officials and the general public. Ability to assist in planning and
coordinating division-level activities and administering and enforcing organizational policies and
practices. Ability to effectively coordinate efforts of professional, technical, and clerical staff and
consulting personnel to achieve the Authority’s goals and objectives. Ability to coordinate records
retention and library information management system.

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 Human Resources Office,
Central Administration Building, Room 124, Sayreville or to [email protected].

Sewage Plant Superintendent/Sewer Superintendent (3/23/2024)

Willingboro Municipal Utilities Authority (WMUA), located in Willingboro, NJ, offers a unique
experience to our 50 employees – we provide the resources and opportunities for career
development and advancement, as well as the attention, camaraderie and care for one another.
We offer competitive benefits, including Health and dental and paid vacation.
Our focus on producing and distributing the highest quality drinking water, clean and safe, as
well as collecting and treating wastewater, and returning it safely to the environment, makes this
a particularly exciting time to join the WMUA.

We are committed to diversity, equity and inclusion; as well as supporting the communities we
serve. It’s an exciting time to be part of the WMUA.

The WMUA is seeking a Superintendent for the Authority’s 5.22 MGD Pollution Control Plant
(PCP). PCP houses primary and secondary clarifiers and trickling filters, with anaerobic
digestion, and a belt filter press dewatering building. Position requires a minimum of two (2)
years’ experience managing and operating a Wastewater Treatment Plant, as well as a valid S3
and C3 license issued by the NJDEP, and a valid driver’s license. Class B CDL preferred. Must
possess strong management, leadership, decision making and communication skills. The
Superintendent 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.

Salary will be commensurate with the selected applicant’s qualifications, education, and
experience. Qualified applicants shall submit a completed WMUA employment application
(found on our website at www.wmua.info), resume and cover letter including salary
requirements to Henry Hall, Director of Human Resources, at [email protected] . The Authority
reserves the right to interview candidates as applications are received. Position is open until
filled. Applicants whose background matches our requirements will be contacted. Applicable
Civil Service job description can be found at info.csc.state.nj.us/jobspec/05934.htm. The
Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Chief Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator (3/23/24)

The City of Asbury Park is accepting applications for a Chief Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator within
our Department of Public Works. The Department of Public Works is responsible for improving and
maintaining Asbury Park’s infrastructure including managing operation of the Waste Water Treatment
Plant. Under direction, the Chief Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator supervises, coordinates, and is
responsible for work performed by operators engaged in operating and maintaining equipment at a sewage treatment facility. The successful candidate for this position will be reliable and hard-working. Rotating shifts and/or overtime work will be required.

Click here for the full job listing, position, and other requirements.

To apply for this job with the City of Asbury Park, please submit an employment application, resume,

cover letter, business references and salary requirements to:

Denise Callery, Personnel Officer
Email: [email protected]

Address: City of Asbury Park, One Municipal Plaza, Asbury Park, NJ 07712

The City of Asbury Park is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and complies with all applicable federal and state laws, rules and regulations relating to anti-discrimination and antiharassment.

Electrician (3/20/24)

MIDDLESEX COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY

DEPARTMENT: Maintenance

DIVISION: Wastewater

LOCATION: Central Treatment
Plant/ As assigned
SALARY LEVEL: N-6 ($40,060.00- $92,290.00) 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: 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.

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.
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. 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. 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 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.
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].

Lab Analyst (3/13/24)

Atlantic County Utilities Authority (ACUA)

Level: 1
Division: Wastewater
Department/Location: Wastewater Laboratory
Employment Status: Non-exempt Regular Full Time

SUMMARY
This position reports to the Lab Director or Lab Regulatory Compliance Specialist. The Lab Analyst will conduct various microbiological, wet chemistry and inorganic analyses of wastewater, drinking water and other environmental samples. The Lab Analyst must have the ability to work flexible shifts, a rotating schedule including weekends, holidays, and night shifts and
overtime, as needed.

RESPONSIBILITIES
* Calibration, operation, and troubleshooting of basic laboratory equipment. (i.e., pH meters, spectrophotometers, dissolved oxygen meters).
* The proper operation of composite samplers and collection procedure of samples at various locations in the wastewater treatment plant and various other laboratory client locations.
* Calibration, operation, and troubleshooting of the ion chromatographic systems and atomic absorption
spectrophotometer (flame and furnace).
* Perform various microbiological examinations of drinking water, wastewater and environmental samples. May function as the lead employee in this area.
* Cleaning and maintaining laboratory instrumentation, glassware and equipment.
* Following laboratory SOPs for all analyses, sampling, and data handling.
* Evaluating and compiling data results of analyses, and generation of QC data in accordance with Laboratory SOPs.
* Excellent written and oral communication skills with supervisory personnel, co-workers, and lab clients. Generate various lab reports, spreadsheets, and other written material based on interpretation of data and analytical results.
* Computer proficiency related to database entry, spreadsheet management, word processing functions, sample logs, and QC logs.
* Perform work safely by observing all safety rules and regulations, and by utilizing all available safety equipment.
* 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.
* Minimum 3 years working experience in a lab doing analyses on water, wastewater, or related field, and be familiar with general environmental and or municipal laboratory procedures, instruments, and test equipment associated with this field.

ESSENTIAL SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, AND ABILITIES
* Valid driver’s license in good standing.
* Exceptional organizational, written and verbal communication skills.
* Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint) and other related applications.
* Ability to work flexible shifts, including night shifts, weekends, and holidays and overtime if needed.
* Report to work during weather related conditions and emergencies.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
* Working knowledge of environmental microbiological analyses and identification of bacteria.
* 4 credits in Microbiology (candidates who do not possess 4 credits in Microbiology but meet the minimum working experience will be considered for employment, however, must obtain 4 credits in Microbiology within one year of hire date).
* Working knowledge of advanced instrumentation such as: atomic absorption and ion chromatography systems.

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.

Manager/Director, Information Services (3/13/24)

The Ocean County Utilities Authority, a public regional wastewater treatment facility with 270 employees, is seeking a Manager/Director, Information Services to coordinate the management and maintenance of information systems across its three treatment plants, inclusive of process control instrumentation and PLC based process control systems. This position reports to the Executive Director and is a key member of the executive team.  The Manager/Director, Information Services is responsible for the supervision and coordination of the Information Services staff. 

All interested candidates must possess a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Computer Science or a related technical discipline.  Five (5) years’ experience in a position supervising technical personnel is required as is three (3) years’ experience in computer system design or in computer system implementation project management.  The ideal candidate will have demonstrated leadership experience managing professionals in a complex technical environment.

The Authority offers a competitive starting salary along with an excellent benefits package including State pension (PERS), health benefits and generous paid time off.  For immediate consideration, please apply online today and include a cover letter and salary requirements.

The Ocean County Utilities Authority

An Equal Opportunity Employer

Electrical Engineer (3-7-24)

MIDDLESEX COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY

JOB OPENING
JOB TITLE: Electrical Engineer

DEPARTMENT: WW Administration DIVISION: Wastewater
LOCATION: Central Treatment Plant EXEMPT: Yes
SALARY LEVEL: E-8 ($74,060.00-$168,890.00) SHIFT: No
REPORTS TO: Chief Engineer NEW: 5/3/2023

SUMMARY:
The Electrical Engineer will have overall responsibilities for the electrical design on a project.
The position will collaborate and direct other electrical staff during the design and construction
of all electrical system upgrades. The position will coordinate the electrical design with all other
disciplines and stakeholders so that it is consistent with operational and project management
requirements.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Include the following and others as assigned.
Supports the development of contract documents (plans and specifications), schedules, budgets
required for public contract bidding for Authority construction projects.

Analyzes reports, maps, drawings, test, inspections and other relevant documents in support of
planning and design of projects.

Assists in determining cost and assessing feasibility of projects based on analyses of collected
data.

Assist project engineer and/or other staff in multiple concurrent design and construction projects.
The work includes the design and development of electrical power systems for diverse projects
for wastewater facilities.

Consults with Authority supervisors and managers on capital and operating initiatives.
Attends progress and coordination meetings and acts as the Authority’s representative as needed.
Confers with consulting engineers and technical and management personnel to discuss alternative
and to determine plan changes on basis of safety, efficiency, cost effectiveness, and operational
requirements.

Develops progress reports and reviews and recommends payment to contractors based on work
in place and terms and conditions of agreements and/or contracts.
Assists in the coordination of activities required to maintain compliance with operational permits.
Interfaces with State and Federal regulatory agencies with respect to compliance requirements
as required.

Responsible for the on-time delivery of assigned projects, within approved scope and budget.
Participates in selection committees for the rendering of professional services.
Assists contractors and consultants with all necessary monitoring, recordkeeping and reporting
requirements.

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.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Supervises employees as required, consultants,
and contractors and is responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of this
unit. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the Authority's policies and
applicable laws. Responsibilities include support in interviewing, hiring, and training
employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and
disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Bachelor of Science Degree (B.S.) with major
coursework in Electrical Engineering or related engineering discipline; Proficient in electrical
engineering and control design for water/wastewater facilities with 5+ years’ 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 algebra, geometry, and trigonometry.

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

OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of design, operation, and maintenance of
electrical and mechanical equipment. 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 in the performance of
duties.

LICENSES: Must possess a valid state of residence Driver's License and meet Authority
insurance requirements. Must possess a Professional Engineer (P.E.) License or obtain one
within six (6) months from hiring.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be
required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls. The employee may
also be required to stand; walk; sit; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel,

crouch, or crawl; talk or hear; and taste or smell. The employee may be required to lift and/or
move 5 pounds, lift and/or move 10 pounds. 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 may
occasionally work near moving mechanical parts; in high, precarious places; in outside weather
conditions; and is occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles. 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 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).

BOROUGH MUNICIPAL CLERK (RMC) (2/13/24)

The Borough of Manville is seeking to hire a FT Municipal Clerk working a 40-hour work week.

Prior experience as a Municipal Clerk or Deputy Municipal Clerk is required. The ideal candidate will possess a Register Municipal Clerk (RMC) Certification or be able to obtain the certification within one year of being hired. The successful candidate must be detail-oriented with excellent customer service, computer, organizational, written, and verbal communication skills with the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. The successful candidate must be able to establish and maintain a pleasant, professional, and effective working relationship with employees, officials, and the public.

Responsibilities include serving as the secretary to the governing body, chief administration officer of elections and licensing, and issuing vital statistics records and monthly reports to the Board of Health. Must have experience preparing meeting agendas, resolutions, ordinances, minutes, OPRA, financial disclosure process, records management, and all other statutory duties of Municipal Clerk pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A:9-133.

Additional hours outside of regular business day may include 1 to 2 days a week in the evening. Must attend all council meetings, committee, and special meetings. This may change at the discretion of the Mayor or Borough Administrator. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Please forward a cover letter, resume, and references to Human Resources at [email protected] . Email Subject Line  – FT Municipal Clerk. EOE Deadline to apply is February 29th, as the Borough reserves the right to conduct interviews prior to the application deadline.

TAX COLLECTOR (2/13/24)

Manville Borough is seeking a Full-Time Tax Collector (CTC) – 40 hours/wk.

Candidate should possess a minimum of 3 years’ experience in municipal government with at least one year as a Certified Tax Collector and hold the NJ DCA Certified Tax Collector’s license and be able to demonstrate knowledge of municipal tax collections laws and practices as well as have knowledge in municipal finance. The successful candidate should also have outstanding customer service and communication skills. The successful candidate will be a team member of the finance office and will be expected to assist in the day-to-day operations, which shall include, but not be limited to, purchasing, utility billing, receiving of payments, customer service and assisting the CFO. Handle all department deposits and verify transmittals, towing check fees and miscellaneous check deposits. Bulk stickers, Dog/ABC/Marriage licenses and monthly reporting. and other duties as assigned.

The candidate must possess a valid CTC Certificate issued by the NJ Dept of Community Affairs. The ideal candidate should have at least 5 years of experience in a similar-sized community as well as supervisory experience.  This position is responsible for the oversight and management of all aspects of the reporting, billing, collection, and enforcement of property taxes as required by state law and municipal directives.  The applicant must possess solid interpersonal, organizational, and communication skills; and be able to interact efficiently with the public, Borough officials, and employees. Thorough knowledge of municipal tax collection laws, practices, and procedures is required.

Duties include tax sales, lien redemptions, tax appeals, assisting with billing and posting receipts, updating records, and general office work. Proficiency in Word and Excel is helpful. Salary commensurate with experience. The Borough has approximately 3500 tax line items with a tax levy of approximately $1.2 million.  Duties include (and are not limited to): billing, collection, enforcement, and monthly and annual reporting to the CFO and Administrator.  The Tax Collector is also responsible for the billing and collection of approximately 3500 residential accounts and commercial sewer accounts and other duties as assigned. Excellent computer & customer service skills desired.

The ideal candidate must be detail-oriented and can multi-task. Salary is dependent upon qualifications and experience. Knowledge of MSI and Edmunds MCSJ software preferred.

Anyone who feels they possess the necessary qualifications and skills to fill this position should submit a resume and copy of their current CTC certificate. Please forward a cover letter, resume, and references to Human Resources at [email protected] . Email Subject Line – FT Tax Collector. EOE.  Deadline to apply is February 29th, as the Borough reserves the right to conduct interviews before the application deadline as qualified candidates are identified.

CONSTRUCTION OFFICIAL (2/13/24)

Manville Borough is seeking a FT Construction Official – 40 hours/wk.

The Construction Official administers and enforces the Uniform Construction Code (UCC) regulations and Borough ordinances, including Construction and Housing, and will submit the required monthly and quarterly reports to the State. The Construction Official is also the Borough’s Building Subcode Official, HHS Building Inspector, and Housing Official preferred. The Construction Official is the department head and oversees the electrical, plumbing, and fire subcode officials and inspectors, the construction office technical assistant (TACO), the Zoning Official, and the Code Enforcement Officer responsible for rental, property maintenance, and any other support staff.

Floodplain Management/Administration certification and/or experience is a plus; if not, you must be willing to obtain Floodplain Management certification. Candidates must possess a strong knowledge of the UCC codes and be proficient in SDL, with strong IT and organizational skills.  An individual possessing multiple licenses is a plus. Coordinates and provides administrative direction of various inspections and approvals required by the New Jersey Uniform Construction Code; performs related duties as assigned. Work is performed under general direction from the Department of Community Affairs (DCA), which reviews performance for conformance to departmental policies and procedures.

Please forward a cover letter, resume, and references to Human Resources at [email protected]. Email Subject Line – FT Construction Official. EOE Deadline to apply is March 8, 2024 – the Borough reserves the right to conduct interviews before the application deadline.

DPW DIRECTOR (2/13/24)

Position Summary: The Borough of Manville is seeking an experienced, highly organized leader to serve as the Director of DPW.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to planning and implementing a variety of professional duties in the development and implementation of community development, projects, programs, and services. Perform complex supervisory, administrative, and professional work in planning, organizing, directing, and supervising the Public Works Department, including environmental, street maintenance, traffic, wastewater collection and treatment facility, sanitation and recycling collection, snow/ice control, vehicle maintenance, and other public works projects and programs.

Also, responsible for grant writing and capital budgeting, community facility project design, contracting, and construction project management. Must also compose reports, business correspondence, planning documents and ordinances; effectively presenting information and responding to questions from groups of managers, clients, and the general public. The Director will play an active role in operational and capital budgeting and planning, as well as manage RFPs and contracts that affect the department.

Position Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from accredited college/university preferred, and/or five (5) years of experience in a supervisory and administrative leadership in a public works operation; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Applicable knowledge of DEP regulations and OSHA standards is necessary. A NJ Certified Public Works Manager (CPWM) is preferred for this position or willing to obtain the certification within 2 years. Must possess the ability to adapt to new programs and technologies as they emerge.

Specialized Skills/Knowledge: Knowledge of municipal public works administration, planning, and design; municipal public works operations; developing and implementing new programs and projects; formulating operational policies and procedures; organizing and maintaining records on operations and programs and subsequent preparation of required technical reports; municipal government budgeting, purchasing, and payroll procedures; planning, organizing and directing the work of supervisors, the rank and file workforce, and contractors.

Please forward a cover letter, resume, and references to Human Resources at [email protected]. Email Subject Line – DPW Director. EOE Deadline to apply is February 29, 2024 – the Borough reserves the right to conduct interviews before the application deadline.

DPW ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (2/13/24)

The Borough of Manville is accepting applications for the FT position of Administrative Assistant to the Department of Public Works (DPW). This is a clerical union position with Teamsters Local 469 – working a 40-hour work week. Candidates should have a minimum of 4 years’ experience in local government – administrative role.

Duties include but are not limited to purchase orders, multi-tasking, scheduling, payroll, attending meetings, maintaining office files, preparing monthly/weekly reports, preparing departmental work orders and correspondences with the ability to make decisions by Borough ordinances, regulations, and policies; and other duties as assigned. Prior Admin Assistant experience in a DPW department is a plus.

Please forward a cover letter, resume, and references to Human Resources at [email protected] . Email Subject Line – FT DPW Admin Asst. EOE.  The deadline to apply is February 29th. The Borough reserves the right to conduct interviews before the application deadline.

GIS Specialist (2/8/24)

Regular Full Time – Non-Exempt
$53,406.00 – $80,087.00 Annually

The Mount Laurel Township Municipal Utilities Authority (MLTMUA) located in Burlington County New Jersey is currently seeking qualified candidates to fill the position of GIS Specialist.

Definition:
Under supervision, the GIS Specialist stores and interprets geospatial and geographic data. The position is responsible for performing the daily tasks and remedial work related to GIS at the Authority

Examples of Work:
• Design, develop and implement systems and databases for geospatial data.
• Standardize geographic data.
• Research and conduct tests on new tools.
• Perform geospatial modeling and spatial analysis.
• Review GIS data for accuracy.
• Build, update, and maintain database, GIS software, and hardware.
• Administer and troubleshoot applications and GIS solutions.

Education/Skills Requirements:
• Bachelor’s degree in computer science, information technology, or a related field.
• Minimum of 2+ years experience having similar duties and responsibilities relating to GIS.

Job Specific Requirements:
• Proficiency with GIS desktop software and data management including ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS Enterprise and apps such as Field Maps, Collector, Web App Builder
• Develop and maintain applications with the ArcGIS Online and/or ArcGIS Enterprise configurations.
• Prior experience with migrating from ESRI’s ArcMap to ArcGIS Pro applications and the Geometric Network data model to the Utility Network Model is a plus.
• Prior experience with local governmental operations and water, sewer and storm water utility systems is
preferred.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to interface with field personnel is essential.
• Ability to effectively configure data.
• Knowledge of multiple programming languages.

Physical Requirements:
• Ability to read, write, speak, understand, and communicate in English sufficiently to perform the duties of this position. American Sign Language or Braille may be also considered as acceptable forms of communication.
• Occasional sitting, reaching, bending, and stooping.
• Lifting, carrying, pushing, and pulling up to 30 pounds, with assistance if needed.

If interested and qualified, please email [email protected] for more information.

Operations Assistant Supervisor (2/1/24)

(Non-Union; Non-Exempt)

RESPONSIBILITIES
The position requires the performance of daily operations, field staff supervision, contract
management, and maintenance of inventory and records as applicable to the Operations
Division with a primary focus on daily operations. Asset management for this position includes
preventative maintenance and repair functions of transmission and distribution system assets
that include mains, valves, hydrants, meters, and related assets.
This position performs work under the direction of the New Jersey Department of
Environmental Protection (NJDEP) Level 4 Public Water Distribution and Treatment Licensed
Operators of Record (LOR).

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
1. Under direction act as the lead for daily operations.
o Staff scheduling and assignments.
o Main, hydrant, valve, and meter repair and installations.
o Leak detection.
o Utility mark-out program.
o Conduct staff training on associated inspection and related procedures.
2. Demonstrate comprehension of, and satisfactory compliance with, SMCMUA policies,
procedures, practices, and processes.
3. Under direction administer daily support, troubleshooting, and asset management of
transmission and distribution system and operations.
4. Under direction supervise staff in repair and preventative maintenance type activities
and administrative functions.
5. Acquire basic applied knowledge and develop skills in the repair and preventative
maintenance of transmission and distribution system assets (mains, valves, hydrants,
meters, etc.).

6. Under direction administer service contracts such as those used for main, hydrant, and
valve repair and installation, leak detection service contracts, etc., including contract
administration, budget tracking, scheduling of work, and invoice approval.
7. Under direction maintain and order inventory for transmission and distribution system
assets such as pipes, hydrants, valves, meters, testing equipment, etc. This includes the
production of purchase requisitions, tracking expenditures on purchase orders, contract
management, etc.
8. Maintain accurate and organized records.
9. Apply the use of information technology and equipment for troubleshooting and
problem resolution.
10. Exercise limited judgment on details of work and in the application of standard methods
for conventional work.
11. Receive close supervision on unusual or difficult problems and general review of all
aspects of work.
12. Perform administrative tasks associated with the production of Division reports,
compliance reports, records management, etc.
13. Participate in a key position on the Incident Command System Organizational Structure
on an as-required basis following SMCMUA’s responses to various types of incidents and
acting in accordance with SMCMUA’s All Hazards Incident Response Program. 
14. Effectively respond to incidents and exhibit the capability of working outside of normal
business hours.
15. Performs related and other duties, as assigned.
This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities,
duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities,
and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
Functions of this position include work assignments in the ambient atmosphere including
extreme cold, hot, wet, or other inclement weather conditions. Scheduled 24/7 standby duties
with a 60-minute on-site response time where standby schedules will be rotated evenly with
other qualified supervisory staff. Scheduled work assignments and non-scheduled emergency
callouts, on non-standard workdays and/or work hours, including nights, weekends, and
holidays. Standby and response to emergency callouts is a core function of this position.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS & INTERACTIONS
This position is a direct report to the Operations Manager or assigned alternate. The position
requires supervision of staff, interaction with the general public, and local, County, State, and

Federal public agency representatives. The position requires routine interaction and
coordination of duties with the other Divisions of the SMCMUA.

AUTHORITY
The responsibilities of this position require administering proprietary and security information
with confidentiality in accordance with Southeast Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority
policy as well as applicable law.

WORK HOURS & LOCATION
This position will be assigned to work at the SMCMUA Headquarters located at 19 Saddle Road
in Cedar Knolls, New Jersey, 07927. Pandemic or other conditions may require remote work.
The general assigned work hours are within 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday,
with a one-hour non-paid lunch. The start and finish times of a workday may vary depending on
SMCMUA’s needs. Office assignments will be supplemented with SMCMUA fieldwork activities.
Travel, including overnight and weekend stays, as needed to attend professional-related
seminars, conferences, etc. Travel may be local, regional, or within the Continental US.

QUALIFICATIONS
As a condition of employment, after an offer has been issued but before employment has
commenced, the applicant must successfully complete an illegal substance test, background
check, motor vehicle check, and a physical/functional capacity exam (FCE) based on the
attached job specific Functional Capacity Requirements (FCR).

LICENSES & CERTIFICATIONS
o Maintenance of a New Jersey Basic Driver’s License.
o New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) Level 1 Public Water
Distribution (W-1) license or demonstrated ability to obtain within an approved time
period.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
o US-accredited high school diploma or equivalent. Higher level degree or certification, or
approved equivalent experience, in an approved field of study such as that obtained from a vocational or trade school, the US military, construction or other industrial fields,
engineering technology, management, etc.
o Three (3) or more years in the operation, maintenance, and repair of public water
systems, or approved experience in a related field; including one (1) or more years in a
supervisory capacity.

SKILLS & COMPETENCIES
o Demonstrate proficiency in leadership and supervision. Must be proactive, strategic,
and detail-oriented, and encourage staff development.
o Demonstrate ability to utilize strong interpersonal skills (e.g., tact, diplomacy,
cooperation, negotiation, etc.) and perform at a high level of initiative, using good
judgment and discretion.
o Excellent comprehension, written and oral skills in English so that involved and
complicated instructions and technical texts can be read, understood, produced, and
communicated to staff.
o Maintain up-to-date skill sets to remain current with the best available technologies
o Excellent organizational skills including the ability to plan effectively.
o Demonstrate proficiency in:
o Personal computing applications such as Microsoft Office, Esri applications,
maintenance management applications (i.e., facilities, equipment, grounds, fleet,
fuel, etc.), or related applications.
o Reading distribution system piping engineering drawings.
o Troubleshooting, isolation, and activation of transmission and distribution
systems.

o Working harmoniously with co-workers, supervisors, managers, and the public.
o Maintain an understanding and satisfactory compliance with the SMCMUA policies,
procedures, practices, processes, and essential functions required for the position.

FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY REQUIREMENTS
Reference the Functional Capacity Requirement document for the specific physical tasks,
details, frequency, and specifications required for the position.

CHIEF ENGINEER (1/30/24)

RAHWAY VALLEY SEWERAGE AUTHORITY
Regional Sewerage Authority seeks a full-time Chief Engineer to provide technical
assistance on all engineering matters in the wastewater treatment plant and
collection system, and function as the Authority’s representative in contracting and
construction matters. Key responsibilities involve overseeing construction projects,
managing design and procurement processes, maintaining plant operations data,
conducting inspections, and updating plant record drawings.

Applicants must hold at least a B.S. degree in Sanitary, Civil, Environmental,
Electrical, or Mechanical Engineering, with a minimum of five (5) years’
experience in wastewater treatment systems, including Construction Management.

A New Jersey Professional Engineering License is preferred but not required.
Candidates should be proficient in Microsoft Office applications and demonstrate
excellent written and verbal communication skills.

To apply, email your resume
and salary requirements to [email protected] or mail them to RVSA,
Attn: Human Resources, 1050 East Hazelwood Ave, Rahway, NJ, 07065.

Supervisor of Wastewater and Water Utility (1/30/24)

Town of Hammonton
Supervisor of Wastewater and Water Utility
Full Time

This position supervises all employees responsible for the day-to-day operations of
the Wastewater and Water Utility Department. The Supervisor is expected to
assure that treatment operations for both Wastewater and Water systems remain
in compliance with the applicable governing regulations at all times. This position’s
normal work schedule is Monday through Friday from 7:00 am to 3:30 pm;
however, this position must be available to be contacted at all times to respond to
emergencies.

RESPONSIBILITIES – (Include but are not limited to)

* Responsible for maintaining compliance with all Federal and State operating
permits. Ensure that all treatment processes are functioning properly, and that the
health and welfare of Town of Hammonton residents, and the environment are top
priorities.
* Analyze daily laboratory data.
* Coordinate daily work schedules with employees
* Compile, analyze, and submit all state required permits and reports, monthly,
quarterly, and annually. Continually update permits for all pumping stations and
the Wastewater treatment facility.
* Knowledge of federal and state environmental laws and regulations pertaining to
Wastewater treatment and Water Utility operations.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
* Bachelor’s Degree and 5 years work experience in the Wastewater and Water
Utility.
* 5 years of Supervisory or managerial experience.
* New Jersey Wastewater Treatment and Water Utility Licenses required as follows: T-3, W-2, S-3 and a C-2 are required.

Please complete an Employment Application available at
www.townofhammonton.org, “Departments and Services, Municipal
Clerk/Registrar, Employment Application” and submit along with resume and cover
letter to: [email protected]g

The Town of Hammonton is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer
NOTE: The above local job posting was submitted to the vicinage by the local
municipality and is not a state job posting.

Industrial Maintenance Mechanic (1/30/24)

The Ocean County Utilities Authority, a public wastewater treatment facility consisting of three treatment plants and 40 pumping stations, is presently seeking an experienced Industrial Maintenance Mechanic. The position is located in Brick, NJ.

The candidate must have completed a formal Apprenticeship Program and have five years’ experience in the repair and maintenance of large complex machinery and equipment similar to that used in wastewater treatment facilities, possess a basic knowledge of rigging and millwork, and be able to work from equipment manuals and schematics.  More than eight years Industrial Mechanic experience may be considered in lieu of a formal Apprenticeship Program. 

The Authority offers a competitive salary starting at $65,748.80.  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 online at www.ocua.com and click on Careers.

The Ocean County Utilities Authority, An Equal Opportunity Employer

Industrial Mechanic (1/26/24)

Stony Brook Regional Sewerage Authority is seeking a full-time Industrial Mechanic to join our team in
Princeton, NJ. The Industrial Mechanic will be responsible for the overall maintenance and upkeep of all
equipment and facilities. This is an excellent opportunity for a motivated individual who is looking for a
career in the industrial maintenance field.

Perform routine preventative maintenance and repairs on all building systems and equipment, including
plumbing, electrical, industrial equipment, various styles of pumps, screws, bearings, natural gas
burners, and other specialized equipment.

Ensure all building systems and equipment are maintained in working order and report any major
maintenance needs to the supervisor or manager.

Experience in the use of manuals, schematics, hand tools, and power tools.

Work is physically demanding, with recurring visits to all areas of the treatment systems. There is
considerable walking, standing, bending, stooping, and climbing ladders and stairs while carrying up to
35 pounds daily. Work requires the ability to reach, grab, and maneuver with arms and hands in various
positions. Work requires lifting, carrying, pushing, and pulling objects weighing up to 50 pounds.

Salary: $34.46 – $39.02 per hour depending on skill level
Monday – Friday 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM

Apprentice Technician (1/22/24)

Location: Cedar Knolls, NJ (On-site)
Status: Full Time (40 hours), Non-exempt (Entry-Level)
Salary: 51,867.04 Annually + Overtime
PLEASE SEE THE FULL JOB DESCRIPTION AND APPLICATION SUBMISSION DETAILS AT OUR
WEBSITE: smcmua.org/careers.htm
Benefits:
We offer a competitive salary package, commensurate with experience, Comprehensive Health
Benefits (medical, dental, vision), PTO including vacation, sick, and other forms of PTO,
Retirement benefits, 457b option, Tuition Reimbursement/paid training, FSA, Life insurance
(waiting periods may apply)

Job Description Scope:
Our candidate of choice will be responsible for performing various manual and maintenance
assignments in the Operations Division including assignments in the Distribution, Treatment,
Fleet Maintenance, and Facility Maintenance sub-divisions. This is an entry-level position with
successive opportunities for promotion.

Key Responsibilities:
1. Renders services to provide potable water.
2. Demonstrated a high level of customer service by Authority standards.
3. Eligible for standby.
4. Maintain, inspect, and repair distribution mains, service lines, fire hydrants, valves, valve
boxes, curb boxes, pavement, meters, and other related distribution equipment and
facilities. Proficiency is measured by demonstrated skills in SMCMUA standards,
preventative maintenance, troubleshooting, repairs, installation of new equipment, and
the use of tools and techniques applicable to the functional area.
o Water meters and related assets, field support, and service orders.
o Piping and related assets, leak detection, and utility mark-outs.
o Valves and related assets, GIS, and map updating.
o Hydrants and related assets.
5. Assisting with the performance of wet taps.
6. Demonstrated basic-level skill sets in the pipe, hydrant, valve, and water meter
preventative maintenance and repairs.
7. Sample collection and field water quality analysis in regard to hydrant flushing

8. Operate NJ Basic and NJ CDL vehicles and equipment such as snowplows, cranes,
vacuum systems, valve operating equipment and tow equipment, trailers, etc.
9. Use various hand tools, power, tools, and equipment
10. Load, unload, and lift supplies, equipment, etc.
11. Clean, Sort, Collect, and pile, all rubbish or salvageable brick, stone, lumber, and
metalwork.
12. Dig, crawl, climb into trenches or confined spaces, and manually grade grounds.
13. Tree trimming, cutting grass; raking lawns; trimming hedges, lawns, brush, and trees,
removal of poisonous and non-poisonous underbrush, foliage, vines, and weeds.
14. Shovel snow, dirt, gravel, sand, and other miscellaneous debris.
15. Operate snow removal and salting equipment to keep roads, parking lots, driveways,
etc. clear and safe.
16. Assist with the maintenance, inspection, and repair of treatment and pumping/storage
equipment, tanks, pumps, processes, industrial controls, and other related treatment
and pumping/storage equipment and facilities.
17. Assist with the operation, maintenance, inspection, and repair of distribution mains,
service lines, fire hydrants, valves, valve boxes, curb boxes, pavement, meters, and
other related distribution equipment and facilities.
18. Assist with the maintenance, inspection, and repair of SMCMUA buildings and grounds;
such as changing of light bulbs, cleaning, painting, grass cutting, hedge trimming,
snow/ice removal, and related assignments.
19. Basic maintenance, inspection, and repair of SMCMUA vehicles and equipment; such as
changing light bulbs, windshield wipers, fluid, and lubrication addition, changing of tires,
changing batteries, and related assignments. Performs related and other duties, as
assigned.
20. Performs related and other duties, as assigned.

Qualifications:
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
o U.S accredited high school diploma or equivalent.
o New Jersey Commercial Driver’s License, Class B with air brake endorsement
(required)

SKILLS & COMPETENCIES
o Ability to read, write and understand English so that involved and complicated
instructions and technical texts can be read and understood, and legible written records
can be produced and maintained.

o Ability to understand, remember and carry out oral and written directions; to learn
quickly from oral and written explanations and demonstrations; to deal knowledgeably
and courteously with co-workers, customers, and the general public.
o Entry-level experience in the operation, maintenance, and/or repair of motors, pumps,
hydrants, valves, or other similar equipment in water, wastewater, or industrial
applications and/or related experience such as that obtained by serving in the United
States military.
o Ability to utilize information technology to perform the functions of this position.
o Working harmoniously with co-workers, supervisors, managers, and the public.
o Maintain an understanding and satisfactory compliance with the SMCMUA policies,
procedures, practices, processes, and essential functions required for the position.

Company Description:
In 1977, the Governing Bodies of Morristown, Morris Township, Morris Plains, and Hanover
Township (the Creating Municipalities) passed parallel ordinances creating The Southeast
Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority (SMCMUA). SMCMUA provides high-quality drinking
water to customers in Morristown, Morris Township, Morris Plains, and Hanover Township with
some service in Mendham Township and Harding Township, and to certain customers and
municipalities outside its District in Morris County, New Jersey. On a typical day, about 100,000
people rely on SMCMUA’s commitment to high quality for their drinking water needs.

Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action:
SMCMUA prohibits discrimination based on the following protected categories: race, creed,
color, national origin, nationality, ancestry, age, sex/gender, pregnancy, marital status, civil
status, domestic partnership status, familial status, religion, affectional or sexual orientation,
gender identity or expression, atypical hereditary cellular or blood trait, genetic information,
liability for service in the Armed Forces of the United States, and disability.

Junior Apprentice Technician (1/22/24)

Location: Cedar Knolls, NJ (On-site)
Status: Full Time (40 hours), Non-exempt (Entry-Level)
Salary: $48,473.87 Annually + Overtime

PLEASE SEE THE FULL JOB DESCRIPTION AND APPLICATION SUBMISSION DETAILS AT OUR
WEBSITE: smcmua.org/careers.htm

Benefits:
We offer a competitive salary package, commensurate with experience, Comprehensive Health
Benefits (medical, dental, vision), PTO including vacation, sick, and other forms of PTO,
Retirement benefits, 457b option, Tuition Reimbursement/paid training, FSA, Life insurance
(waiting periods may apply)

Job Description Scope:
Our candidate of choice will be responsible for performing various manual and maintenance
assignments in the Operations Division including assignments in the Distribution, Treatment,
Fleet Maintenance, and Facility Maintenance sub-divisions. This is an entry-level position with
successive opportunities for promotion.

Key Responsibilities:
1. Renders services to provide potable water.
2. Demonstrated a high level of customer service by Authority standards.
3. Operate related vehicles and equipment such as snowplows, cranes, vacuum systems,
valve operating equipment and tow equipment, trailers, etc.
4. Use various hand tools.
5. Use various power tools and equipment.
6. Load, unload, and lift supplies, equipment, etc.
7. Clean and sweep streets and sidewalks.
8. Sort, pile, and clean salvageable brick, stone, lumber, and metal work.
9. Dig trenches and manually grade grounds.
10. Collect rubbish and other refuse.
11. Tree trimming and removal.
12. Cut grass; rake lawns; trim hedges, lawns, brush, and trees.
13. Remove poisonous and non-poisonous underbrush, foliage, vines, and weeds.
14. Shovel snow, dirt, gravel, sand, and other miscellaneous debris.

15. Operate snow removal and salting equipment to keep roads, parking lots, driveways,
etc. clear and safe.
16. Assist with the maintenance, inspection, and repair of treatment and pumping/storage
equipment, tanks, pumps, processes, industrial controls, and other related treatment
and pumping/storage equipment and facilities.
17. Assist with the operation, maintenance, inspection, and repair of distribution mains,
service lines, fire hydrants, valves, valve boxes, curb boxes, pavement, meters, and
other related distribution equipment and facilities.
18. Assist with the maintenance, inspection, and repair of Authority buildings and grounds;
such as changing of light bulbs, cleaning, painting, grass cutting, hedge trimming,
snow/ice removal, and related assignments.
19. Basic maintenance, inspection, and repair of Authority vehicles and equipment; such as
changing light bulbs, windshield wipers, fluid, and lubrication addition, changing of tires,
changing batteries, and related assignments. Performs related and other duties, as
assigned.
20. Performs related and other duties, as assigned.

Qualifications:
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
o U.S accredited high school diploma or equivalent.
o NJ Basic driver’s license (required)
o NJ Commercial Driver’s License, Class B with air brake endorsement (preferred,
permit required within 6-month probationary period)

SKILLS & COMPETENCIES
o Ability to read, write and understand English so that involved and complicated
instructions and technical texts can be read and understood, and legible written records
can be produced and maintained.
o Ability to understand, remember and carry out oral and written directions; to learn
quickly from oral and written explanations and demonstrations; to deal knowledgeably
and courteously with co-workers, customers, and the general public.
o Entry-level experience in the operation, maintenance, and/or repair of motors, pumps,
hydrants, valves, or other similar equipment in water, wastewater, or industrial
applications and/or related experience such as that obtained by serving in the United
States military.
o Ability to utilize information technology to perform the functions of this position.
o Working harmoniously with co-workers, supervisors, managers, and the public.
o Maintain an understanding and satisfactory compliance with the SMCMUA policies,
procedures, practices, processes, and essential functions required for the position.

Company Description:
In 1977, the Governing Bodies of Morristown, Morris Township, Morris Plains, and Hanover
Township (the Creating Municipalities) passed parallel ordinances creating The Southeast
Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority (SMCMUA). SMCMUA provides high-quality drinking
water to customers in Morristown, Morris Township, Morris Plains, and Hanover Township with
some service in Mendham Township and Harding Township, and to certain customers and
municipalities outside its District in Morris County, New Jersey. On a typical day, about 100,000
people rely on SMCMUA’s commitment to high quality for their drinking water needs.

Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action:
SMCMUA prohibits discrimination based on the following protected categories: race, creed,
color, national origin, nationality, ancestry, age, sex/gender, pregnancy, marital status, civil
status, domestic partnership status, familial status, religion, affectional or sexual orientation,
gender identity or expression, atypical hereditary cellular or blood trait, genetic information,
liability for service in the Armed Forces of the United States, and disability.

Laboratory Technicians (1/16/24)

The Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission (PVSC), a publicly-owned wastewater treatment facility located in Newark, New Jersey, is currently seeking Laboratory Technicians. Created in 1902, PVSC is the 5th largest facility of its kind in the United States, directly serving approximately 1.4 million residents in 48 municipalities located in Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Passaic and Union Counties. The 140-acre plant is designed to treat an average of 330 million gallons per day (“mgd”) of wastewater
with an annual average flow of approximately 241 mgd.

Position Summary: Performs analytical tests on wastewater samples per NJ State permit requirements. Analytical duties will include TS (Total Solids), BOD (Biochemical Oxygen Demand), TSS (Total Suspended Solids), FC (Fecal Coliform), E. coli, Enterococcus, COD (Chemical Oxygen Demand), Total Residual Chlorine, Conductivity, Chlorides, Dissolved Oxygen, pH, Temperature and Chain of Custody. Will also assist in cleaning bottles/glassware, maintaining laboratory equipment, and general clean–up.

Education and Experience:
Laboratory Technician I – BS in a chemical, physical, biological, or environmental science with a minimum of four (4) years of experience in a wastewater laboratory required.
Laboratory Technician II – BS in a chemical, physical, biological, or environmental science with a minimum of two (2) years of experience in a wastewater laboratory required.
Laboratory Technician III – Associates degree in a chemical, physical, biological, or environmental science with progress towards a BS and three (3) years of experience in a wastewater laboratory, or a BS in a chemical, physical, biological, or environmental science with prior experience in a wastewater laboratory is required.

Additional Requirements: Knowledge of routine analytical tests, preparation and standardization of reagents, and the operation of required laboratory equipment. Must be able to read, write, speak and understand English sufficiently to
perform the duties of the position. Must have the ability to understand, remember and carry out oral and written instructions, as well as obtain, store, safeguard and properly use needed equipment, materials, and supplies. Must be organized and able to develop effective work methods, as well as perform required tasks in a timely manner. Must be able to multi-task to effectively meet permit and process requirements. Experience using a LIMS is preferred. Knowledge of hazardous waste handling and disposal. Potential to shadow and learn advanced chemical methods in the Laboratory. A valid NJ driver’s license is required.

Physical Demands: Possess the physical attributes required to perform the job duties with or without a reasonable accommodation. To perform the essential functions of this positions the employee must be able to: sit, stand, walk, stoop, climb, kneel, lift up to 40lbs., carry, reach, push, pull, use a keyboard, minor use of tools, manual dexterity, visual acuity, hearing and speaking.

Working Conditions: Workers are employed in conditions associated with a wastewater treatment plant and sewer collection system and may be required to work indoors and outdoors. Work shifts vary, involve a rotating weekend and holiday
work schedule and overtime may be required. Laboratory technicians also work as part of a team in surroundings that are kept
clean, well-lighted and temperature controlled.

To Apply: All applicants must meet the NJ First Act residency requirements. Please visit our website at www.nj.gov/pvsc, click on “Employment,” and then double click on the link to view and apply to current employment opportunities.

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

Manager/Director, Human Resources (1/16/24)

The Ocean County Utilities Authority, a public regional wastewater treatment facility with 270
employees, is seeking a Manager/Director, Human Resources to coordinate and oversee the functions
and activities of the HR Department. This position reports to the Executive Director and is a key member
of the executive team. The Manager/Director, Human Resources is responsible for labor and employee
relations, compliance with state and federal laws, recruitment, and training and development. Provides
oversight and direction for HR operations including benefit administration and leave management, HRIS
and personnel transaction processing. This position supervises three employees.

All interested candidates must possess a Bachelor’s degree in human resources or a business related
field. Candidates should have a minimum of ten years of experience working in Human Resources,
including 5 years of management responsibility, and HR certification. Candidates should have
comprehensive knowledge of employee benefits in the public sector, including pension; and have
experience in labor relations, including contract negotiations. A solid working knowledge of HR policies,
procedures, state and federal employment law is necessary, including FMLA, NJFLA and NJ STD. It is
preferred that the candidate has some payroll experience. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated
proficiency in multiple areas of human resource management.

The Authority offers a competitive starting salary along with an excellent benefits package including
State pension (PERS), health benefits and generous paid time off. For immediate consideration, please
apply online today.

The Ocean County Utilities Authority
An Equal Opportunity Employer

CIVIL/MECHANICAL ENGINEER (1-9-24)

Cape May Court House, NJ (onsite)/Full-time, 35 hours per week, Monday – Friday

$93,171 – $141,099

The Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority owns & operates a regional wastewater
system comprised of 25 pumping stations, over 50 mi. of force mains, 4 treatment plants & a
regional solid waste system comprised of a transfer station, landfill & recycling center.
Opening exists for: Civil/Mechanical Engineer. Bachelor’s Degree in either Civil or
Mechanical Engineering and at least 6 years’ experience. NJ Professional Engineer’s license or
the ability to obtain same within 12 months. Candidate should have a broad spectrum of
experience but should be especially skilled in hydraulics related to pump and force main design
and landfill gas pipe design. Ability to communicate with facility operators is a must. Salary
commensurate with experience & excellent benefit package. Must reside in New Jersey or attain
residency in one year.

Send resume to Human Resources, Cape May County MUA, 1523 U.S. Route 9 North, Cape
May Court House, NJ 08210, [email protected]. An Equal Opportunity Employer.

SANITARY ENGINEER (1-9-24)

Cape May Court House, NJ (onsite)/Full-time, 35 hours per week, Monday – Friday

$90,853 – $137,589

The Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority owns & operates a regional wastewater
system comprised of 25 pumping stations, over 50 mi. of force mains, 4 treatment plants &
a regional solid waste system comprised of a transfer station, landfill & recycling center.
Opening exist for: Sanitary Engineer. Bachelors Degree and at least 4 years of experience
required. New Jersey state professional engineering license or the ability to obtain same
within 12 months from hire date is required. Preferred that candidates have a strong
background in wastewater treatment with a working knowledge of general civil engineering
principles. Ability to communicate with facility operators is a must. Salary commensurate
with experience & excellent benefit package. Must reside in New Jersey or attain residency
in one year.

Send resume to Human Resources, Cape May County MUA, 1523 U.S. Route 9 North,
Cape May Court House, NJ 08210, [email protected]. Equal Opportunity
Employer.

CIVIL ENGINEER (1/9/24)

Cape May Court House, NJ (on-site)/Full-time, 35 hours per week, Monday – Friday

$93,171 – $141,099

The Cape May County Municipal Utilities Authority owns & operates a regional wastewater
system comprised of 25 pumping stations, over 50 mi. of force mains, 4 treatment plants & a
regional solid waste system comprised of a transfer station, landfill & recycling center.
An opening exists for: Civil Engineer. Bachelor’s Degree and at least 10 years’ experience. NJ
Professional Engineer’s license or the ability to obtain same within 12 months. It is preferred
that candidates have a strong background in structural engineering with a working knowledge of
hydraulic, environmental and site engineering. Management experience is a plus. Salary
commensurate with experience & excellent benefit package. Must reside in New Jersey or attain
residency in one year.

Send resume to Human Resources, Cape May County MUA, 1523 U.S. Route 9 North, Cape
May Court House, NJ 08210, [email protected]. An Equal Opportunity Employer.

Lab Analyst (1-5-24)

Level: 1
Division: Wastewater
Department/Location: Wastewater Laboratory
Employment Status: Non-exempt Regular Full Time

SUMMARY
This position reports to the Lab Director or Lab Regulatory Compliance Specialist. The Lab Analyst will conduct various microbiological, wet chemistry and inorganic analyses of wastewater, drinking water and other environmental samples. The
Lab Analyst must have the ability to work flexible shifts, a rotating schedule including weekends, holidays, and night shifts and overtime, as needed.

RESPONSIBILITIES
* Calibration, operation, and troubleshooting of basic laboratory equipment. (i.e., pH meters, spectrophotometers,
dissolved oxygen meters).
* The proper operation of composite samplers and collection procedure of samples at various locations in the wastewater treatment plant and various other laboratory client locations.
* Calibration, operation, and troubleshooting of the ion chromatographic systems and atomic absorption
spectrophotometer (flame and furnace).
* Perform various microbiological examinations of drinking water, wastewater and environmental samples. May function as the lead employee in this area.
* Cleaning and maintaining laboratory instrumentation, glassware and equipment.
* Following laboratory SOPs for all analyses, sampling, and data handling.
* Evaluating and compiling data results of analyses, and generation of QC data in accordance with Laboratory SOPs.
* Excellent written and oral communication skills with supervisory personnel, co-workers, and lab clients. Generate various lab reports, spreadsheets, and other written material based on interpretation of data and analytical results.
* Computer proficiency related to database entry, spreadsheet management, word processing functions, sample logs, and QC logs.
* Perform work safely by observing all safety rules and regulations, and by utilizing all available safety equipment.
* 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 InsideACUA in the Employee Resources section (Blue Box) under Training Resources.

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
* HS diploma or GED
* 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 working experience in a lab doing analyses on water, wastewater, or related field, and be familiar
with general environmental and or municipal laboratory procedures, instruments, and test equipment associated with this field.

ESSENTIAL SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, AND ABILITIES
* Valid driver’s license in good standing.
* Exceptional organizational, written and verbal communication skills.
* Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint) and other related applications.
* Ability to work shifts flexible shifts, including night shifts, weekends, and holidays and overtime if needed.
* Report to work during weather related conditions and emergencies.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
* Working knowledge of environmental microbiological analyses and identification of bacteria.
* Working knowledge of advanced instrumentation such as: atomic absorption and ion chromatography systems.

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.

To apply for this position, please visit acua.com/careers and submit your online application.

Maintenance Technician (12-21-23)

The South Monmouth Regional Sewerage Authority is currently seeking
to fill a mechanical position(s) in its Support Services Division.
Under the general direction of the System Support Manager, the
Maintenance Technician position is tasked with maintenance of the
SMRSA Collection System and its facilities. Examples of work included
but are not limited to; inspections & maintenance of the collection
system, site maintenance of buildings and grounds; vehicle
maintenance and repair as well as any and all support services as
required by the Authority. Additionally, a successful candidate must
have or be capable of obtaining a Class B CDL with tanker endorsement
in (1) year.

This position is covered by a collective bargaining agreement with a
structured program for advancement which 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 obtain and complete an employment application, please
visit www.smrsa.org. Applications and resumes may be emailed to
[email protected] or emailed to 1235 18th Avenue, Belmar NJ 07719. No
phone calls or walk ins will be accepted.

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

Instrumentation Foreman (12/8/23)

Status: Exempt-Non Union

North Jersey Wastewater Treatment Facility is seeking experienced Instrumentation Foreman.
Under the direction of the Electrical Maintenance Supervisor, the successful candidate will be responsible for the operation and maintenance of all instrumentation systems and devices as well as Remote Terminal Units associated with SCADA systems. Provides a preventative maintenance program that will include all periodic inspection, testing, adjustment, calibration and servicing activities necessary to assure the proper operation of process instrumentation and control systems, coordinates with JM Operation and Information Technology
Department and provides assistance as directed.

* High school or equivalency degree, and two years of technical college or equivalent experience.
* Possession of a valid N.J. Board of Electrical Contractors License preferred.
* Possession of Appropriate Instrument Society Certification(s)
* Minimum of 5 years’ experience with the maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of industrial
electrical equipment including but not limited to, cogeneration equipment, large electrical
equipment, transformers, air compressors, actuators, motor control centers, PLCs, variable
frequency drives, distribution systems and all other electrical and instrumentation devices
similar to those used in wastewater treatment facilities.
* Candidates must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license.
* Applicant shall have the ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
* May be required to work additional hours as the workload dictates. Must be on call 24 hours a
day.

Interested candidates may send resume with salary requirements to [email protected]

An Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT SUPERINTENDENT (11-29-23)

Township of Neptune Sewerage Authority, Monmouth County. TNSA is seeking a Superintendent for the
Authority’s 8.5 MGD Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant. Position requires ten (10) years’
experience managing and operating a Wastewater Treatment Plant in the capacity of
Superintendent or Assistant Superintendent, a valid S4 and C4 license issued by the NJDEP and
a valid driver’s license. Must possess strong management, leadership, decision making and
communication skills. The Superintendent is responsible for the operation and maintenance of
the WWTP and exercises direct authority over all plant functions and personnel in accordance
with approved policies and procedures.

Salary will commensurate with the selected applicants
qualifications, education and experience. The Authority offers an excellent compensation
package. Qualified applicants may submit a completed TNSA employment application, resume
and cover letter to Tina M. Cunningham, Executive Director at [email protected] . The
Authority reserves the right to interview candidates as applications are received. The Authority
is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT (11-29-23)

Township of Neptune Sewerage Authority, Monmouth County. TNSA is seeking an Assistant
Superintendent for the Authority’s 8.5 MGD Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant. Position
requires ten (10) years’ experience managing and operating a Wastewater Treatment Plant in the
capacity of an Assistant Superintendent or supervisor, S3 license issued by the NJDEP and a
valid driver’s license. Must possess strong management, leadership, decision making and
communication skills.

The Assistant Superintendent will work directly under the Superintendent
and shall be responsible to assist with the management of the workforce, maintenance of the
treatment plant and facilities, be available for emergencies, on-call, assist in daily work
assignments and NJDEP compliance reporting.

Salary will commensurate with the selected
applicants qualifications, education and experience. The Authority offers an excellent
compensation package. Qualified applicants may submit a completed TNSA employment
application, resume and cover letter to Tina M. Cunningham, Executive Director at
[email protected] . The Authority reserves the right to interview candidates as applications
are received. The Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Director of Personnel (11/21/23)

Willingboro Municipal Utilities Authority (WMUA). Located in Willingboro, NJ offers a unique experience
to our 50 employees -we provide the resources and opportunities for career development and
advancement, as well as the attentions, camaraderie, and care for one another. We offer competitive
benefits, including Health and Dental and paid vacation.

Our focus is on producing and distributing the highest quality drinking water, clean and safe, as well as
collecting and treating wastewater, and returning it safely to the environment, makes this a particularly
exciting time to join the WMUA.

We are committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion: as well as supporting the communities we serve.
It’s an exciting tome to be part of the WMUA.

Willingboro Municipal Utilities Authority (WMUA) located in Willingboro, NJ is seeking a qualified
experienced candidate for the position of Director of Personnel. You will serve as the chief human
resource administrator and will be responsible for the overall human resource function in the Willingboro
Municipal Utilities Authority. You will direct and supervise the activities of the WMUA involved in
maintaining liaison between the jurisdiction and the NJ Department of Personnel in matters of
personnel administration.

• In conjunction with the Executive Director, establishes policy regarding personnel practices.
• Directs the personnel activities of the WMUA.
• Disseminates policy and procedural information to appropriate staff.
• Supervises preparation of legislation for the creation of new positions, and other personnel
matters.
• Conducts or supervises the conduct of research for studies involving personnel issues.
• Prepares clear, sound accurate, and informative reports containing findings, conclusions, and
recommendations.
• Coordinates the training needs of the WMUA.

Five (5) years of supervisory personnel experience, two (2) years of which shall have included
responsibility for a major public or private industry personnel program including review of classification
problems and wage studies, handling personnel problems and coordination of the training needs of the
jurisdiction. A master’s degree in Personnel Administration, Applied Psychology, or other related field from an accredited college or university may be substituted for one (1) year of indicated supervisory personnel experience.

Additional information:
Position is open until filled. Applicants whose background is a match to our requirement will be contacted.

Applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and salary requirement to:
Willingboro Municipal Utilities Authority
433 John f. Kennedy Way
Willingboro, NJ 08046
Attention: James J. Mackie, PE. Executive Director
Email: [email protected]

ACCOUNTANT (11/21/23)

Willingboro Municipal Utilities Authority (WMUA), located in Willingboro, NJ, offers a unique experience to our 50 employees – we provide the resources and opportunities for career development and
advancement, as well as the attention, camaraderie and care for one another. We offer competitive
benefits, including Health and dental and paid vacation.

Our focus on producing and distributing the highest quality drinking water, clean and safe, as well as
collecting and treating wastewater, and returning it safely to the environment, makes this a particularly
exciting time to join the WMUA.

We are committed to diversity, equity and inclusion; as well as supporting the communities we serve. It’s an exciting time to be part of the WMUA.

Willingboro Municipal Utilities Authority is seeking a qualified experienced candidate for the position of
Accountant. With an annual budget of $13.4M, the Authority serves approximately 13,000 accounts
along with bulk water sales to and sewage treatment for adjacent communities. This position reports
directly to the Finance Director and is responsible for the following:
• Finance related activities to maintain consistent application of processes and procedures.
• Conducts routine financial audits of various transactions.
• Reconciles accounts.
• Support Authority financial functions including G/L, AIR, A/P, purchasing, budget preparation,
banking, insurance, and payroll.

Knowledge of public finance and purchasing, public contracts law is desirable. Experience with
NJEIT/H2Loans desirable. Auditing experience preferred. Experience with Edmunds software a plus.
Position is open until filled. Applicants whose background is a match to our requirements will be
contacted.. The WMUA may consider individuals for development, depending on meeting education
requirements

Provisional appointee subject to Competitive Open Announcement through Civil Service. WMUA will
consider both experience and specific education/degree/credits for provisional appointment.

Candidates should submit cover letter, with salary requirements, and resume to the WMUA via email to
[email protected] or mail to:
WMUA
433 JFK Way
Willingboro, NJ 08046 Attn:
James J. Mackie.

The WMUA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

CHIEF ENGINEER (11/21/23)

Willingboro Municipal Utilities Authority (WMUA), located in Willingboro, NJ, offers
unique experience to our 50 employees – we provide the resources and opportunities
for career development ·and advancement, as well as the attention, camaraderie, and
care for one another., We offer competitive benefits, including Health and dental and
paid vacation.

Our focus on producing and distributing the highest quality drinking water, clean and safe,
as well as collecting and treating wastewater, and returning it safely to the environment,
makes this a particularly exciting time to join the WMUA.

We are committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion as well as supporting the communities
we serve. It is an exciting time to be part of the WMUA. Willingboro Municipal Utilities Authority 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 and sewage treatment for adjacent
communities.

This position reports directly to the Executive Director. Primarily responsibilities
are as follows:
• Coordinate engineering activities for asset maintenance and project construction.
• Provide engineering analysis, evaluation and reporting on project plans and costs.
• Development and Implementation of a program for Construction, inspection, repairs,
and replacement of several ·parts and equipment.
o Manages contractors and outside engineering firms on construction projects.
o Experience with NJEIT/H2Loans ls desirable.

Additional information:
o Position is open until filled.
• Applicants whose background match our requirements will be contacted.
• Applicable Civil Service job description can be found at
https://info.csc.state.nj.us/job spec/07782.htm

Applicants should send a cover letter, resume and salary requirements to:
Willingboro Municipal Utilities Authority
433 John F. Kennedy Way
Willingboro, NJ 08046
Attention: James J. Mackie PE, Executive Director
Email: [email protected]

Plant Mechanic (11-2-2023)

TOWNSHIP OF OCEAN SEWERAGE AUTHORITY

Plant Mechanic

Township of Ocean Sewerage Authority (TOSA) operates a 7.5 MGD Purox Activated Sludge
Treatment facility, 145 miles of sewer pipelines and 12 pumping stations.

General Duties include: Manage the maintenance of the Treatment Plant, solids processing facilities and
collection system. Work under the general direction of the Operations Supervisor or Technical
Services Manager depending on tasks being performed. Confer with Operations Supervisor and
Technical Services Manager on critical process operations and maintenance priorities.

Minimum qualifications include: Graduate of a high school or trade school. Five years experience in plant maintenance with a minimum of two years experience in handling fluid and hydraulic pumps.
Knowledge of equipment and process control instrumentation. Experience with computerized
maintenance management systems. A valid New Jersey driver’s license.

Salary – $50,000-$80,000 depending on experience and qualifications .The Authority offers a competitive salary and benefits package, including NJ State Health Benefits, Dental & Vision Plans, NJ Pension
Plan, paid time off, education and training programs. Salary is commensurate with experience.

TOSA is an equal opportunity employer. Interested and Qualified applicants may forward their
resume, cover letter and salary requirements to: Township of Ocean Sewerage Authority 224
Roosevelt Ave., Oakhurst, NJ 07755, Attention: Timothy Shea, Executive Director or e-mail
to:  [email protected]

Operations Superintendent II, Liquid Waste Acceptance (10-25-23)

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

Position Summary: The Liquid Waste Acceptance Superintendent II manages a $35 million-plus revenue source generated by more than 550 customers, and is responsible for both maintaining existing customers, as well as expanding and growing market segments with haulers, brokers, municipal and industrial customers of the Liquid Waste Acceptance (LWA) program. This will include maintaining
and building customer relationships with both current and potential government agencies and private business clients, developing yearly sales projections and attainable sales revenues, ensuring compliance with PVSC, NJDEP and USEPA rules and regulations,
attending appropriate conferences and expositions, and developing and updating PVSC's marketing plan, including the preparation of sales tools, materials, and literature.

Education and Experience: A High School Diploma or Equivalency Certificate is required. A Bachelor’s degree is preferred. Ten (10) years of experience in either wastewater/biosolids processing or working with a private company managing the disposal of organic waste (preferably wastewater derived), including the marketing and sales of processing and disposal services, is preferred. However,
ten (10) years of demonstrated success in sales is also acceptable. Prior supervisory experience is required.

Requirements: Excellent oral and written communication skills are required, along with the ability to prepare concise and accurate reports, with conclusions and recommendations. Must be self-motivated and goal-oriented, with effective presentation skills. Must have excellent computer skills, including the use of various office database, spreadsheet, and word processing programs. Must be an
experienced manager. Must possess a valid New Jersey Driver’s License.

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

To Apply: All applicants must meet the NJ First Act residency requirements.
Please visit our website at www.nj.gov/pvsc, click on “Employment,” and then double click on the link to view and apply to current employment opportunities.

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

Administrative Assistant (10-12-2023)

The Township of Neptune Sewerage Authority is seeking a
self-motivated full-time Administrative Assistant at a salary range of $40,000.00 –
$50,000.00 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].

Supervising Sewage Plant Repairer (Grade F) (10-6-2023)

Township of Parsippany Troy-Hills
Open Position Announcement
Supervising Sewage Plant Repairer (Grade F)

Department: Sewer Utility

Workweek: 5 Days per week – 7:00am – 3:30pm. Must be available and respond to emergencies 24/7 and work overtime when necessary and have a telephone through which he or she can be contacted.

Wage: Per Ordinance

Skills/Duties: Under direction, supervises and works with a group of repairers engaged in repairing and maintaining equipment at the sewage treatment facility and pump stations, and performs other related duties as required.

Note: the examples of work for this title are for illustrative purposes only. A particular position using this
title may not perform all duties listed in this job specification. Conversely, all duties performed on the job
may not be listed.

Examples of Work: Supervises, trains and works with a group of repairers/mechanics involved in operating, repairing, replacing, adjusting and regulating sewage plant pumps, valves, and other equipment such as: chemical feed machines, sludge pumps, flow meters, valves, screens, conveyors, vehicles, building components,
etc.

* Periodically inspects plant and equipment for malfunctions and needed repairs, performs minor to
major repairs including burning and welding, on all Sewer Utility machinery and equipment.
* Gives assignments and instructions to subordinates.
* Prepares reports, maintains records and files in both paper and electronic formats.
* Reviews performance of employees, determines assignments, so that each is used to their best ability, to be objective of efficient, safe, cost effective and high-quality work. Must install good group morale.
* Provides instruction and development opportunities. Acts when employees excel and meet or fall below work performance standards and presents items/issues that require or may require discipline to the attention of Superintendent.
* Carries out Township policies and programs as they apply to the Repairer Group.
* Performs special assignments as assigned by superior.
* Prepares reports with recommendations for submission to the Superintendent.
* Knowledge and ability to utilize various types of electronic and/or manual recording and information
systems used by agency, office or related units such as computers, mobile devices and installed
software/programs/applications.

Requirements: Three (3) years of experience in operating, adjusting, regulating repairing, and maintaining pumps, valves,
vehicles, conveyors, electric motors, and other electrical and mechanical equipment used in a sewage
treatment plant and pump stations, and of sludge dewatering equipment or other such experience that
would support a smooth transition to the requirements of this Position. Ability to read, write, speak,
understand, and communicate in English sufficiently to perform duties of this position.

License: Appointees will be required to possess a valid driver’s license. CDL License is required.

To apply: Submit a cover letter, resume and copy of relevant license(s)/certificate(s) to James Cryan, Business Administrator at [email protected]. EOE.

Closing date: Position open until filled.

Sewage Plant Operator (Grade H4) (10-6-2023)

Township of Parsippany Troy-Hills
Open Position Announcement
Sewage Plant Operator (Grade H4)

Department: Sewer Utility

Workweek: Will train on day shift – 7:00am to 3:30pm, Monday – Friday, for approximately
one month, then be transferred to night shift – 3:30pm to 11:30 pm, six (6) days
on two (2) days off. Ability and willingness to work overtime when necessary.

Wage: Per Ordinance /H4

Skills / Duties: Ability to read, write, speak, understand and communicate in English.
Understand, remember and carry out oral and written instructions. Basic
Computer Skill required.

Under direction, performs varied types of manual labor. Will be trained in tasks
related to the operation of mechanical equipment at the sewage treatment
plant, such as operations of various machines, pumps, valves and other
equipment, the reading of gages and to conduct standardized tests, and the
assistance of co-workers responsible for mechanical work.
Must be available for emergencies 24 hours a day and work overtime per CBA,
and have a telephone through which he or she can be contacted.

Licenses: Possess or obtain a valid Commercial Driver’s License (CDL), within the
timeframe set by the Department Head. Must possess a valid NJDEP S (any
classification) Operator’s License.

To apply: Submit a cover letter, resume and copy of relevant license(s)/certificate(s) to

James Cryan, Business Administrator at [email protected]. EOE.

Closing date: Position open until filled.

Maintenance Operator (10-6-2023)

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 a Maintenance Operator as detailed below. 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 maintenance of wastewater
treatment or similar facilities. Highly qualified applicants should apply as soon as possible.

Western Monmouth Utilities Authority is seeking a Maintenance Operator to add to our team. The ideal
candidate will have industrial maintenance experience in a wastewater treatment facility; possess a high
school diploma as well as a valid Commercial Driver’s License (Class B with a tanker endorsement) or be
able to obtain the same within 90 days of hire. The ideal candidate will also be able to perform a
Confined Space Entry and Rescue, and able to lift 75 pounds safely. This position will be responsible for
working within a crew maintaining mechanical equipment at wastewater treatment and conveyance
facilities, including pump stations, motors, drives, pumps and valves, among other tasks. The ideal
candidate will also be responsible for masonry, carpentry, electrical, and general building and grounds
maintenance on WMUA properties. The ideal candidate should have welding and electrical repair
experience. The ideal candidate will also have a valid NJDEP Wastewater Treatment and Collection
Licenses (S or C 1-4) or have completed the prerequisite course work. This is a full-time position,
scheduled for Monday- Friday but may require assistance during emergency events. Interested
applicants should send resumes to [email protected].

Manager of Accounting Operations / Human Resources Administrator (10-5-2023)

Full time, Mon – Fri; 8am – 4pm

Job duties include but are not limited to:
Accounting, purchase orders, bank reconciliation, operating checks, monthly treasurer’s
report, submit employee workman’s compensation claim reports, submit and process
employee disability forms, submit employee retirement forms, update personnel
manual, reconcile trustee accounts through NJ iBank, post journal entries, notarize
documents, maintain escrow accounts, assist with development and implementation of
Authority’s budget, process bi-weekly payroll and update employee payroll deductions.

Requirements:
Must have: Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook). Background in
Payroll, Bank Reconciliation, Finance and Accounting, Pension, Health
Insurance, General Human Resources, Annual Budget. Excellent verbal
and written communication skills. At least 4 years’ experience Accounts
Payable & HR required. Must be a resident of NJ.

Preferred: HS Diploma or GED and a related college degree. Background in
municipal finance and statutory requirements for municipalities, bookkeeping
and accounting.

Desirable: Knowledge of Microfund, and Harris.

The Authority offers a competitive salary, benefits, and Pension package including NJ
State Health Benefits Plan, NJ Pension Plan, Dental and Paid Time Off.
Application and job description available upon request.

Send Application and Resume to: RTMUA, 365 Old York Rd, Flemington, NJ 08822

ATTN: Human Resources

EOE

Superintendent of River Restoration & Facilities (10-1-2023)

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

Position Summary: The Superintendent of River Restorations & Facilities is responsible for planning, organizing, coordinating, and directing all of the activities involved in the Buildings and Grounds and Motor Pool Departments. Collectively these departments support the operational and maintenance needs of the entire plant. Additionally, the Superintendent is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the River Restoration Department and the Educational Outreach Program, which are charged with preserving and protecting the waterways within PVSC’s service area.

Education & Experience: High School or Vocational School Diploma is required. Minimum of ten (10) years of experience in buildings and grounds maintenance and building construction. Six (6) years of experience on the operation and maintenance of construction related equipment, and six (6) years’ experience in the operation of boats and trash skimmers. A minimum of six (6) years’ experience in a supervisory position.

License and/or Certifications(s): Must possess a valid New Jersey Driver's License. The following are preferred but not required: current Class A CDL License and medical card; ability to pass a Boat Safety course and have the boat endorsement added onto a driver’s license; current Crane Operator License; and annual CPR and AED certification.

Requirements: Must be able to read, write, speak, and understand English sufficiently to perform the duties of this position. Must have the ability to give clear and concise work instructions and prepare concise and accurate reports. Must be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff at all levels, as well as maintain professionalism, a respectful demeanor, tact and good judgment when interacting with others, including public officials, dignitaries and the public. Must be knowledgeable of pertinent occupational hazards, as well as the safety precautions that need to be exercised daily. Must be knowledgeable of construction codes and practices. Must be proficient in planning and executing road repairs and ground maintenance. Basic knowledge of marine environmental problems that relate to the Passaic River and its tributaries is required, as well as the ability to understand and explain the goals of the programs that relate to the restoration of the Lower Passaic Watershed. Ability to work a flexible schedule outside of standard business hours is necessary.

Physical Demands: Ability to perform the essential functions of the position as they relate to physical and mental requirements to ensure the health and safety of oneself and others. Must qualify for the possess the ability to perform entry into confined while wearing proper Personal Protective Equipment such as, but not limited to, canister and dust masks, as well as Self Contained Breathing Apparatus. Perform activities that require considerable use of the arms, legs and the whole body, such as climbing (including ladders), lifting up to 50 lbs., balancing, walking, stooping, and handling heavy objects.

Working Conditions: Workers are employed in conditions associated with a wastewater treatment plant and sewer collection system and may be required to work indoors and outdoors depending on the nature of the position. Must be comfortable going from an office environment to projects out in the field year-round. The Superintendent of River Restorations & Facilities must be able to work in all weather extremes.

To Apply: All applicants must meet the NJ First Act residency requirements. Please visit our website at www.nj.gov/pvsc, click on “Employment,” and then double click on the link to view and apply to current employment opportunities.

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

Operations Superintendent II, Liquid Waste Acceptance (10-1-2023)

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

Position Summary: The Liquid Waste Acceptance Superintendent II is responsible for maintaining existing customers, as well as expanding and growing market segments with haulers, brokers, municipal and industrial customers of the Liquid Waste Acceptance (LWA) program. This will include maintaining and building customer relationships with both current and potential government agencies and private business clients, developing yearly sales projections and attainable sales revenues, ensuring compliance with PVSC, NJDEP and USEPA rules and regulations, attending appropriate conferences and expositions, and developing and updating PVSC’s marketing plan, including the preparation of sales tools, materials, and literature.

Education & Experience: A High School Diploma or Equivalency Certificate is required. A Bachelor of Science degree is preferred. A minimum of ten (10) years of experience in either wastewater/biosolids processing or working with a private company managing the disposal of organic waste (preferably wastewater derived), including the marketing and sales of processing and disposal services, is required. A minimum of eight (8) years must be in a supervisory capacity.

Requirements: Must be knowledgeable of the principles and methods used in the treatment and disposal of industrial and municipal wastewater and biosolids, as well as understand the various governmental regulations, laws and rules pertaining to industrial and municipal wastewater and biosolids treatment, hauling and disposal. Must be knowledgeable in the occupational hazards and the safety precautions to be exercised in the treatment of wastewater and biosolids. Excellent oral and written communication skills are required, along with the ability to prepare concise and accurate reports, with conclusions and recommendations. Must be self-motivated
and goal oriented, with effective presentation skills. Must have excellent computer skills, including the use of various office database, spreadsheet, and word processing programs. Must be an experienced manager with the ability to supervise activities dealing with
wastewater and biosolids treatment and disposal. Must possess a valid New Jersey Driver’s License.

Physical Demands: To perform the essential function of this position the employee must be able to: sit, stand, walk, stoop, climb, kneel, lift up to 50lbs., carry, reach, push, pull, use a keyboard, minor use of tools, manual dexterity, work in confined spaces, visual acuity, hearing and speaking. Must qualify for and possess the ability to perform entry into confined spaces while wearing proper PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) such as, but not limited to a canister and dust masks as well as SCBA (Self Contained Breathing Apparatus).

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

To Apply: All applicants must meet the NJ First Act residency requirements. Please visit our website at www.nj.gov/pvsc, click on “Employment,” and then double click on the link to view and apply to current employment opportunities.

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

Laboratory Technicians (10-2-2023)

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

Position Summary: Performs analytical tests on wastewater samples per NJ State permit requirements. Analytical duties will include TS (Total Solids), BOD (Biochemical Oxygen Demand), TSS (Total Suspended Solids), FC (Fecal Coliform), E. coli, Enterococcus, COD (Chemical Oxygen Demand), Total Residual Chlorine, Conductivity, Chlorides. Dissolved Oxygen, pH, Temperature and Chain of Custody. Will also assist in cleaning bottles/glassware, maintaining laboratory equipment, and general clean–up.

Education and Experience:

  • Laboratory Technician I – BS in a chemical, physical, biological, or environmental science with a minimum of four (4) years of experience in a wastewater laboratory is required.
  • Laboratory Technician II – BS in a chemical, physical, biological, or environmental science with a minimum of two (2) years of experience in a wastewater laboratory is required.
  • Laboratory Technician III – Associates Degree in a chemical, physical, biological, or environmental science with progress towards a BS and (3) three years of experience in a wastewater laboratory, or a BS in a chemical, physical, biological, or environmental science with prior experience in a wastewater laboratory is required.

Additional Requirements: Knowledge of routine analytical tests, preparation and standardization of reagents, along with knowledge of the operation of required laboratory equipment. Must be able to read, write, speak and understand English sufficiently to perform the duties of the position. Must have the ability to understand, remember and carry out oral and written instructions, as well as obtain, store, safeguard and properly use needed equipment, materials, and supplies. Must be organized and able to develop effective work methods, as well as have the ability to perform required tasks in a timely manner. Must be able to multi-task and handle PVSC laboratory workload to effectively meet permit and process requirements. Experience with using a LIMS is preferred. Knowledge of hazardous waste handling and disposal. Potential to shadow and learn advanced chemical methods in the laboratory. A valid NJ Driver’s License is required.

Physical Demands: Possess the physical attributes required to perform the job duties with or without a reasonable accommodation. To perform the essential functions of this positions the employee must be able to: sit, stand, walk, stoop, climb, kneel, lift up to 40lbs., carry, reach, push, pull, use a keyboard, minor use of tools, manual dexterity, visual acuity, hearing and speaking.

Working Conditions: Workers are employed in conditions associated with a wastewater treatment plant and sewer collection system and may be required to work indoors and outdoors. Work shifts vary, involve a rotating weekend and holiday work schedule and overtime may be required. Laboratory technicians also work as part of a team in surroundings that are kept clean, well-lighted and temperature controlled.

To Apply: All applicants must meet the NJ First Act residency requirements. Please visit our website at www.nj.gov/pvsc, click on “Employment,” and then double click on the link to view and apply to current employment opportunities.

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

Assistant Director of Inspection and Compliance Bureau (10-2-2023)

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

Position Summary – Responsible for the regulation and enforcement branch of PVSC. The ICB consists of the following Units: Management, User Charge & Permit Management, Industrial Monitoring, Pollution Prevention, and the Connection Program. The Assistant Director of ICB oversees the day-to-day operation of these units which collectively ensure the Industrial User discharge requirements are met to protect the Plant from interference and pass-through pollutants.

Education: Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry, Environmental Engineering, or related science preferred but not required.

Experience: Minimum of ten (10) year’s experience in operating environmental pretreatment facilities, or in studying and evaluating environmental conditions and planning comprehensive environmental programs. Experience in the operation of chemical processes or in the production of chemicals or chemical products. A minimum of five (5) years of supervisory experience.

Requirements: Ability to plan, organize, and supervise the work of others. Strong communication skills, both orally and in writing. Ability to develop and maintain good public relations with public officials and industrial representatives. Must be able to interpret and apply various governmental and agency regulations dealing with pretreatment and disposal of industrial wastes. Knowledge of engineering techniques, principles, methods, and systems for industrial and wastewater treatment, collection, and disposal. Knowledge of industrial, chemical, and manufacturing processes. Supervises the monitoring and inspection of industrial firms for compliance with Federal, State, and agency regulations pertaining to the elimination of waste effluents. Reviews and interprets Federal laws and other documents which contain information concerning industrial waste discharges to determine the agency’s responsibilities and authority with regard to such matters. Provides technical assistance to industrial firms, municipal, and trade organizations in the interpretation and administration of various regulations pertaining to the discharge of industrial waste.

Physical Demands: Possess the physical attributes required to perform the job duties with or without a reasonable accommodation. To perform the essential function of this position the employee must be able to: sit, stand, walk, stoop, climb, kneel, lift up to 25 lbs., carry, reach, push, pull, use a keyboard, minor use of tools, manual dexterity, work in confined spaces, visual acuity, hearing and speaking.
Working Conditions: Workers are employed in conditions associated with a wastewater treatment plant and sewer collection system and will be required to work indoors and outdoors.

To Apply: All applicants must meet the NJ First Act residency requirements and possess a valid NJ Driver’s License. Please visit our website at www.nj.gov/pvsc, click on “Employment,” and then double click on the link to view and apply to current employment opportunities.

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

WASTEWATER MAINTENANCE FOREMAN (10-1-2023)

Sussex County Municipal Utilities Authority

WASTEWATER MAINTENANCE FOREMAN

The SCMUA is seeking a Wastewater Maintenance Foreman who reports directly
to the Superintendent of Wastewater Facilities.

A few of the duties are Supervision of Wastewater maintenance staff, maintain
records, prepare State and Federal reports, maintenance of various facilities
including pumping stations force mains, gravity interceptors etc. and all relevant
equipment, supervise general housekeeping of the facility, assist the
Superintendent during construction and start-up of new facilities.

A few of the requirements are good communication skills, possession of valid
drivers license, ability to analyze plant equipment and its problems, ability to
perform duties of maintenance staff, high school diploma or equivalent training
and at least 5 years experience with mechanical equipment, plumbing issues,
electrical maintenance and welding. Class B Commercial Drivers License required
– or must have ability to obtain within 6 months. NJDEP C-2 Collection System
License required and NJDEP Wastewater License a plus. Welding and fabrication
experience is also a plus.

Applications are available at WWW.SCMUA.org . Please submit an SCMUA
employment application with resume and copies of certifications. Submit application,
resume and certifications to the SCMUA, HR Dept. 34 South Route 94, Lafayette, NJ
07848, or [email protected] . Applications are being accepted until December 1,
2023.

UTILITY WORKER I – LABORER (9/8/23)

Logan Township MUA is accepting applications for a Utility Worker I position
from September 6, 2023–September 22, 2023. Hours of Operation 7 a.m. – 3:30
p.m. Must be available to work nights, weekends and alternate holidays. Starting
rate~$17.00/hr. with a Generous Benefit Package. Must have a valid NJ driver’s
license, High School Diploma or equivalent with an enthusiasm for advancement.
Pre-employment physical, drug screening and skill assessment testing required.
Submit resume by fax (856)-467-8551 Attention: Mr. Christopher Whalen,
Superintendent or email to: [email protected] .
No phone calls will be accepted.

HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER & CONFIDENTIAL ASSISTANT TO THE CEO (9/6/23)

Monmouth County’s premier environmental government agency is excited to be expanding our team of
dedicated and valued professionals.  Specifically, the Western Monmouth Utilities Authority is looking for
top talent to serve as Confidential Assistant & Human Resources Officer reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer.

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 sector. Applicants should hold at least a Bachelor’s
degree in a field closely related to the core functions of this position and must also hold and continue to
maintain a valid NJ driver’s License.

The Confidential Assistant & Human Resources Officer is a member of the executive management team responsible for a wide variety of functions and general
troubleshooting among other tasks that transcend all sections, departments, divisions and offices of the
authority. The ideal candidate will be someone who understands and is able to think, evaluate and act
with a high degree of autonomy and in a manner reflective of the executives being assisted. To fully
embody this ideal, the ideal candidate will have a demonstrably high level of emotional intelligence,
academic ability, and servant leadership qualities.

This is a full-time position, scheduled for Monday-Friday but additional work hours may be necessary, especially during emergency situations. Roughly 20% of this position’s responsibilities may be completed under flexible and/or remote conditions or as arranged in advance. Interested applicants should send resumes to [email protected].

JOB DESCRIPTION & QUALIFICATIONS

IN GENERAL, Under direction:
1. Serves as the personal and executive assistant to the Chief Executive Officer, and provides
administrative support throughout the agency as required; and
2. Acts as staff and personal representative responsible for assisting in the execution of executive
and managerial functions through implementation of policy and development, management, and
control of plans, programs, and operations by employing accepted techniques of management; and
3. Is responsible for the human resources functions of the authority; and
4. Coordinates the operation of personnel functions such as employee discipline, employee and
labor relations, education, EEO/AA compliance, personnel policy development and enforcement,
tracks and processes classification and compensation actions’ and
5. Conducts or assists in the conduct of preparation for labor negotiations and conducts or assists in
the conduct of collective bargaining on behalf of management,
6. Helps ensure quality customer service by providing support to customers, clerical staff, managers
and executives when necessary; and
7. Performs all other related functions, as required.

EXAMPLES OF WORK:
1. Maintains liaison between divisions in personnel matters including appointments, promotions,
transfers, demotions, dismissals, and disciplinary actions.
2. Assists in the establishment of personnel policies and manages the Personnel Manuals.
3. Provides advice and assistance on personnel issues.
4. Disseminates policy and procedural information to appropriate staff.
5. Recruits personnel.
6. Directs the maintenance of classification and compensation plans.
7. Assists in directing an employee evaluation program.
8. Assists in directing the personnel activities of the jurisdiction.

9. Conducts research for studies involving personnel issues.
10. Assists in the preparation of resolutions for the creation of new positions and other personnel
matters.
11. Plans, organizes, and assigns the work of the organizational unit and evaluates employee
performance and conduct, enabling the effective recommendation of the hiring, firing, promoting,
and disciplining of subordinates.
12. Plans, researches, organizes, and briefs managers and executives on all aspects of collective
bargaining and labor negotiations and coordinates same with legal counsel and managers and
executives.
13. Investigates personnel problems.
14. Performs varied, complex secretarial and administrative clerical work, involving some elements of
troubleshooting.
15. Maintains calendar and schedule of appointments for managers and executives.
16. Schedules and maintains travel arrangements as necessary.
17. Prepares administrative correspondence, memoranda, and statements on behalf of managers
and executives, as authorized.
18. Where authorized, reviews, prioritizes and responds to voicemail and various correspondences
on behalf of managers and executives.
19. Greets and directs visitors.
20. Screens and routes incoming calls.
21. Collects and analyzes data required in the formulation of administrative decisions.
22. Conducts special projects as requested.
23. Maintains essential records and files
24. Provides personal assistance and support to managers and executives, as required.
25. Will be required to learn to utilize various types of electronic and/or manual recording and
computerized information systems.

PREREQUISITES, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES
1. Demonstrable and substantive knowledge, skills, abilities and experience directly related to the
administrative aspects of human resources management, preferably in a public or corporate
setting.
2. Demonstrable and substantive knowledge, skills, abilities and experience directly related to
providing personal or executive support to an executive or administrative officer, preferably in a
public or corporate setting.
3. A High School Diploma is required. A degree from an accredited college or university setting is
highly desirable, but not required. Degrees in fields directly related to the position’s examples of
work are more desirable than unrelated degrees.

SCOPE
This is exempt position is salaried and is expected to work a 35-hour work week, typically Monday
through Friday from 8:00 AM until 4:00 PM, with flexible scheduling as determined by the Executive
Director. Some night and weekend hours may be expected less than 5% of the work year.

TO APPLY
To apply for this position, candidates must submit a letter of application including either a complete
resume or curriculum vitae and a list of current references in PDF format to
[email protected]. Those applicants who demonstrate they meet the prerequisites,
knowledge, skills and abilities listed above will be contacted for further consideration as is warranted.
This is a position of great responsibility with maximum flexibility and freedom. As such, only highly
qualified applicants should apply.

RECEPTIONIST (9/6/23)

Monmouth County’s premier environmental government agency is excited to be expanding our team of
dedicated and valued professionals.  Specifically, the Western Monmouth Utilities Authority is looking for
top talent to serve as a Receptionist reporting directly to the Manager of Administration and Finance.
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. Applicants should demonstrate strong interpersonal skills, an ability to multitask, strong
organization and prioritization skills, a positive professional attitude and ability to self-start, take direction
as well as work as part of a team.

The Receptionist is responsible for a variety of functions in support of the Authority. This is a full-time
position, scheduled for Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM until 4:00 PM. Interested applicants should send
resumes to [email protected].

 

JOB DESCRIPTION & QUALIFICATIONS

IN GENERAL, Under direction:
1. Act as primary point of contact for Authority, answering all incoming phone calls and receiving
customers in person at our lobby service window.
2. Investigate and remedy customer account inquiries using Edmunds financial technology and
software.
3. Prepare and mail bills to new accounts and/or homeowners and those with ownership changes.
4. Open and sort incoming mail, directing same to the appropriate department.
5. Receive, sort, batch, and convey incoming physical check payments made via mail and in
person.
6. Ensure world-class quality customer service by providing support to customers, clerical staff,
managers and executives when necessary; and
7. Perform ancillary tasks on an as-needed basis, as deemed appropriate by the management
team.

PREREQUISITES, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES
1. Demonstrable and substantive knowledge, skills, abilities and experience directly related to
customer service, preferably in a public or corporate setting.
2. The ideal candidate will be career-driven and willing to take on new responsibilities as the
opportunities present themselves, as well as regularly updating workplace competencies by
participating in educational opportunities.
3. A High School Diploma is required. A degree from an accredited college or university setting is
highly desirable, but not required. Candidate should be proficient in Microsoft Word. Knowledge
of Edmunds financial software desirable.

Staff Engineer Position (9/6/23)

Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority Union Beach, NJ

The Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority (BRSA) is seeking candidates for the position of Staff Engineer (Engineer). The Engineer will support the staff with respect to Operational, Maintenance and Capital Improvement Projects of the BRSA, a major regional wastewater treatment facility with offices located in Union Beach, Monmouth County, NJ. The BRSA provides wastewater service to a population of app. 100,000 encompassing the municipalities of Hazlet, Holmdel, Union Beach, Aberdeen, Matawan, Keyport, Keansburg and a portion of Marlboro. Major assets include a 16 MGD treatment plant with fluidized bed incineration, 3 major pump stations, meter chambers and interceptor sewer system.

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

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

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

Interested and Qualified applicants may forward their resume, cover letter and salary requirements to:

Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority 100 Oak Street
Union Beach, NJ 07735
Attention: Peter J. Canal, Executive Director or e-mail to: 
[email protected]

Executive Director (9-1-2023)

Location: Cedar Knolls, NJ (on-site)
Status: Full Time (40 hours), Exempt

APPLICATION DEADLINE: October 12, 2023

PLEASE SEE THE FULL JOB DESCRIPTION AND APPLICATION SUBMISSION
DETAILS AT OUR WEBSITE: smcmua.org/careers.htm

Benefits:
We offer a competitive salary package, commensurate with experience, Comprehensive
Health Benefits (medical, dental, vision), PTO including vacation, sick, and other forms
of PTO, Retirement benefits, 457b option, Tuition Reimbursement/paid training, FSA,
Life insurance (waiting periods may apply)

Job Description Scope:
The Executive Director (“ED”) is the chief executive and administrative officer of the
AUTHORITY responsible for the leadership and direct supervision of the AUTHORITY’s
day-to-day operations. The ED is to perform all the ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
mentioned herein and those assigned from time to time by the BOARD. The position
requires the application of executive leadership and team building to support and
ensure the coordination of all areas of AUTHORITY business as a Federal and State
regulated New Jersey Public Water System.

Key Responsibilities Summary:
1. To provide executive leadership to the AUTHORITY, and also be accountable to the
Board of Directors and the Authority’s customers.
2. To ensure that best industry practices are followed in order to provide the highest
quality drinking water in compliance with Federal and State of New Jersey regulations
and AUTHORITY policies and procedures.
3. To be responsible for the operational performance of the AUTHORITY.
4. To assist the BOARD OF MEMBERS (referred to as the “BOARD”) in developing an overall
AUTHORITY strategy and a strategic plan.
5. To advance the vision and mission of the organization and implement the strategic plan
for the AUTHORITY.
6. To provide leadership, direction, and support to Division management in the
implementation of strategic initiatives so that (i) the AUTHORITY’s personnel are made
aware of the AUTHORITY’s mission, policies, and objectives, and (ii) the AUTHORITY’s
operations are carried out in conformance with those same policies and objectives.

7. To ensure financial goals are established and met on an annual basis.
8. To ensure adequate internal control systems are in place to protect the organization’s
financial health and stability.
9. To create a workplace atmosphere that attracts, retains, motivates, and develops a
highly qualified and skilled workforce.
This position description does not contain a detailed listing of activities, duties, or
responsibilities that are required. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any
time with or without notice. This will require a moderate degree of executive adaptability.

Qualifications:
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
* B.S. degree in business management, civil engineering, or related discipline required.
* Minimum of ten (10) years of experience with some level of managerial
responsibility in a water/sewer utility environment.
* Combinations of other relevant types of degrees and/or experiences will be
considered.

SKILLS & COMPETENCIES
1. Demonstrated leadership, management, team building skills and related interpersonal
skills.
2. Familiarity with the laws and regulations governing public sector utilities, including the
Safe Drinking Water Act and the Local Public Contracts Law.
3. Experience in preparation of budgets and best financial practices.
4. Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
5. Ability to apply creativity and sound judgment in addressing operational and managerial
challenges.
6. Ability to work with the BOARD and Division Managers to effectively develop and
implement policies, procedures, practices, and essential functions.
7. Ability to remain courteous and respectful—even under the most difficult
situations—when communicating with employees, customers, vendors, public officials,
and the public.

Company Description:
In 1977, the Governing Bodies of Morristown, Morris Township, Morris Plains, and
Hanover Township (the Creating Municipalities) passed parallel ordinances creating
The Southeast Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority (SMCMUA). SMCMUA
provides high-quality drinking water to customers in Morristown, Morris Township,
Morris Plains, and Hanover Township with some service in Mendham Township and

Harding Township, and to certain customers and municipalities outside its District in
Morris County, New Jersey. On a typical day, about 100,000 people rely on SMCMUA’s
commitment to high quality for their drinking water needs.

Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action:
SMCMUA prohibits discrimination based on the following protected categories: race,
creed, color, national origin, nationality, ancestry, age, sex/gender, pregnancy, marital
status, civil status, domestic partnership status, familial status, religion, affectional or
sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, atypical hereditary cellular or blood
trait, genetic information, liability for service in the Armed Forces of the United States,
and disability.

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