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Sewer Treatment Operator (8-31-23)

Regular Full Time – Non-Exempt
Assistant Wastewater Treatment Supervisor $76,081. to $114,058 

The Mount Laurel Township Municipal Utilities Authority (MLTMUA) located in Burlington County New Jersey is currently seeking qualified candidates to fill the position of Assistant Wastewater Treatment Supervisor. This candidate will be required to perform and oversee the duties of the department’s personnel related to the operation and maintenance of the Authority’s wastewater treatment facility and all related equipment.

Minimum Qualifications:
-State of New Jersey Driver’s License
-State of NJ S3 Wastewater Collection License (or S2 w/qualifications to obtain S3 within 18 months)

Education and Experience:
-Experience in performing O&M of wastewater treatment facility.
-Experience in overseeing wastewater treatment plant operation to ensure that our operator completes all required tasks.
-Experience with all related equipment utilized in the preventive and reactive maintenance tasks performed to ensure that our facility operates within acceptable limits.
-Experience in pump station and collection system operation.
-Understanding of monitoring systems and components is preferred.
-Candidate should have intimate knowledge of our treatment process and systems to provide guidance to operators so essential tasks can be completed to ensure all operational parameters are in compliance.
-Knowledge of the Operating Permits related to the operation of our wastewater treatment facility.
Work Requirements:
-Assist in planning, organizing, and coordinating the operation and maintenance activities for the MLTMUA‘s Wastewater Treatment Facility and associated systems.
-Basic administrative knowledge required to provide reports and communicate through use of all means including MS Office products.
-The successful candidate must possess strong communication and leadership skills to assist in providing guidance to our personnel.
-Assist in the oversight of the facility processes and appurtenances for asset management assessment utilizing the established computerized management systems.
-Participate in the budgeting process.
-Assist in developing and monitoring all aspects of system operation and reporting.
-Maintain records using eMaint (CMMS) system with tasks is being completed in a timely manner.
-Monitor the work completed by our sewer treatment operators to ensure all required tasks are being completed.
-Assist performing and reviewing condition assessments to allow our Asset Management program to function as intended.
-Must be available to oversee any emergencies that occur at all times of day. Although this might just involve the oversight of operators, in many cases this will require the assistant supervisor to be on site to ensure the issue is resolved.
-Must be available after normal working hours for treatment facility operating events or as needed to address active issues.

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

Electrician/Mechanic (8-29-23)

Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority 

Union Beach, NJ

The Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority (Authority) has an immediate need for an experienced and
reliable Journeyman Electrician to install, repair, and maintain a variety of electrical systems, including
electrical panels, lighting, motor controls, and conveyor systems. Our ideal candidate has at least five
years of journey worker level experience, three (3) of which must include performing the maintenance,
repair, and overhaul of large electrical equipment, transformers, motor control centers, distribution
systems, and other electrical devices similar to those used in wastewater treatment facilities, a current
New Jersey Electrical Contractor’s License, and should be familiar with installing power supply wiring,
troubleshooting industrial types of electrical components, and performing a variety of skilled technical
duties and semi-skilled labor in the maintenance of the Authority’s wastewater treatment plant, remote
metering chambers, and pump stations.

The Authority is a major regional wastewater treatment facility with offices located in Union Beach,
Monmouth County, NJ.  The Authority provides wastewater service to a population of approximately
100,000 residents encompassing the municipalities of Hazlet, Holmdel, Union Beach, Aberdeen,
Matawan, Keyport, Keansburg and a portion of Marlboro.

The duties and responsibilities of the position include, but not limited to, inspection and maintenance of
the Authority’s pumps, motors, industrial equipment etc. Produce proper legible logs, records, and
forms. Maintain proper communication with and reports all equipment malfunctions and operational
irregularities. Perform necessary housekeeping duties required to maintain a safe, healthy, and
regulatory compliant work environment indoors and outdoors. Work experience that demonstrates basic
knowledge of electronic control devices, such as variable frequency drives. Adhere to all safety
standards and exhibits the ability to take corrective measures should a safety hazard occur. Comply with
all BRSA rules, regulations, safety policies, and procedures This is a full-time position, Monday through
Friday.

Qualified candidates should possess a minimum of High School Diploma or GED.
Electrician (Maintenance) Certificate of Completion of Apprenticeship (United States Department of
Labor, Apprenticeship Training, Employer, and Labor Services), recognizing the successful completion
of on-the-job training and/or approved equivalent training. Possession of a valid New Jersey Driver
License. Valid New Jersey Electrical Contractors License preferred

The Authority offers a competitive salary and benefits package, including NJ State Health Benefits,
Dental & Vision Plans, NJ State Pension Plan, 457 Deferred Compensation Plan, paid time off,
education and training programs. Salary is commensurate with experience. The Authority 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: J. Michael Broyles, Director of Operations

e-mail to: [email protected]

Chief Finance Officer (8-18-23)

East Windsor Municipal Utilities Authority is accepting applications for the

following position: Chief Finance Officer (Part Time – 3 days/week, Fulltime 5-days per

week). East Windsor Municipal Utilities Authority is seeking a career minded individual

to lead its Finance Department. This is an executive level position with primary

responsibilities to include the oversight, planning, directing, and coordination of the

MUA’s Financial Department. Responsible for a broad range of accounting, financial

planning and analysis services for the East Windsor MUA, including budget development

and administration, accounting services and financial reporting; modeling supporting

development of rates and charges and debt management.

 

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university in Accounting, Finance,

Economics or Business; Licensed as a N.J. State Certified Municipal Finance Officer

(CMFO); CPA or MBA preferred. At least five (5) to seven (7) years of progressively

responsible financial management experience utilizing Government Accepted

Accounting Principles (GAAP) in accounting/auditing; at least two of which were in a

management or supervisory level managing finance operations, preferably for a Utilities

Authority (14B) with multiple funding sources; or an equivalent combination of training

and experience. Knowledge of Edmunds software financial package a plus. NIMS

Certification (IS-100 thru IS-800) a plus. Applicant must satisfy employer physical,

drug/alcohol screen and criminal background check. Must possess a valid N.J. State

driver’s license. NJ residency required by State Statute R.S.52:14-7. East Windsor

Municipal Utilities Authority offers excellent compensation. Please send a resume and a

complete employment application (www.eastwindsormua.com) via email to [email protected] or mail to East Windsor MUA, 7 Wiltshire Drive, East

Windsor, N.J. 08520 Attn: Sue Pretz; EOE

Executive Director (8/7/23)

The Raritan Township Municipal Utilities Authority is seeking a part-time Executive Director to
lead our agency (approx. 20 hours per week). The Executive Director reports directly to the
RTMUA Board of Commissioners and is responsible for the efficient running of the business
operations for the plant. The Executive Director will manage the administrative staff and work
closely with the Chief Operator and Maintenance Supervisor. Detailed job responsibilities are
outlined below. Salary commensurate with experience. 

Job Responsibilities:
1. Management of RTMUA Office Staff including Manager for Accounting
Operations/Human Resources Administrator, Billing Clerk, Executive Secretary, and
general office staff.
2. Work closely with Chief Operator and Maintenance Supervisor to efficiently run the
RTMUA operations.
3. Work with RTMUA Finance Staff and Auditors to prepare annual budget including long
term Capital budget forecast.
4. Implement Policy Decisions made by RTMUA Board of Commissioners
5. Enforce Sewer Use Rules and Regulations
6. Coordinate projects for the plant.
7. Will Represent RTMUA in working with customers, contractors, builders, township
representatives, consulting engineer, legal counsel, auditor, and DEP.
8. Sign TWA’s, financial documents, applications, vouchers, checks, FEMA documents, etc.
9. Point contact for grievances, and disciplinary actions, etc.
10. Track Employee time and scheduling for office staff only.
11. Attend monthly RTMUA Board of Commissioner meetings reporting on status of RTMUA
projects, staff updates, and important updates.
12. Will assist in posting job roles, interviewing and hiring working with the RTMUA
Commissioners.
13. Supervise payroll, finance and insurance.

Please submit your resume in an envelope marked “Personal and Confidential” to Human
Resources, RTMUA, 365 Old York Road, Flemington, NJ 08822 or email [email protected].

Electrician (8/2/23)

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

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

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

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

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

The Ocean County Utilities Authority 

An Equal Opportunity Employer 

SENIOR PROJECT ENGINEER (7-29-23)

The Sussex County Municipal Utilities Authority 

CAREER OPPORTUNITY

Seeks applicants for Full Time SENIOR PROJECT ENGINEER, with eligibility for consideration for
Chief Engineer position. To view the complete position description and obtain an employment
application, please visit www.SCMUA.ORG. or request by email [email protected]. Attach
resume to your employment application, mail or email to:  SCMUA, 34 Route 94 South,
Lafayette, NJ 07848. Email [email protected]

Application acceptance deadline is September 15, 2023.

Position requirements: Assists with SCMUA bidding and procurement activities. Provide
technical/regulatory assistance to Solid Waste and Wastewater Departments. Monitor Solid
Waste and Wastewater regulatory compliance, coordinate laboratory sampling and analysis, and
perform applicable NJDEP reporting. Provide technical input and engineering recommendations
regarding operations and capital improvement projects. Assist in the planning, design and
construction of new facilities (particularly an anticipated design/construction of a wastewater
3.0 mgd Nitrate Upgrade Project). Participate in formal and informal inspections of operations,
construction projects, with reporting thereof. Compile and analyze technical data and
evaluations. Participate in the review and endorsement, and renewal of Authority Activities
including but not limited to NJPDES permits, Treatment Works Approvals and Management
Planning documents and approvals. Various other duties and consultations as assigned by the
Executive Director and/or Chief Engineer.

Qualifications: Requires a minimum of a Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering from an
accredited Institution. Engineer in Training Certificate as issued by the State of NJ, Dept. of Law
and Safety, DCA with ability to obtain NJ Professional Engineering License within 3 years
(current P.E. license a plus). A minimum of 5 years of experience in the civil/environmental
field. Working knowledge of Solid Waste and Wastewater Facilities. Valid Driver’s License.
Salary commensurate with experience; 40 hour per week salaried position w/benefits.

Maintenance and Operations Assistant (7/27/23)

The Readington-Lebanon Sewerage Authority, a public entity in Whitehouse NJ is seeking a full-
time S1 licensed operator to assist the maintenance and operational staff at its 1.2 MGD
wastewater treatment facility. 

Must have strong mechanical skills and be willing to obtain the
S2 license. Must be 18 years or older with a valid driver’s license. Must have basic lab skills and
be willing to operate a belt filter press. Must be available to work weekends and holidays on
rotation and be on-call. Must have good organizational and communication skills and basic
computer skills.

Must be able to start employment by 9/18/23. Send resume and salary
requirements to [email protected] . No phone calls.

Supervising Sewage Plant Operator and Chief Plant Operator (7/27/23)

Dear S2 and S3 License Holder: 

The Hamilton Township Department of Water Pollution Control (WPC) in Mercer
County, New Jersey is seeking a qualified and dynamic candidate with a New
Jersey S2 or S3 wastewater treatment operator license who can join our team.
We are considering candidates for our Supervising Sewage Plant Operator and
Chief Plant Operator positions, with potential into the Assistant Plant
Superintendent.

WPC operates a regional wastewater treatment facility with a permitted flow of
16 MGD. The facilities serve over 100,000 residents from three municipalities with
a collection system containing 350 miles of sewer lines and 27 pumping stations
in its 40 square mile service area.

Hamilton is a New Jersey Civil Service and Public Employees’ Retirement System
(PERS) participating town. Hamilton offers a competitive benefits package and is
an equal opportunity employer.

Supervising Sewage Plant Operator
Salary Range: $75,000-$93,000

Chief Plant Operator
Salary Range: $92,000- $110,000

We encourage you to submit your resume for consideration in joining the
Hamilton WPC team and help lead our wastewater plant into the next generation.
More information about WPC can be found on our website
www.hamiltonnj.com/WPC.

Interested and qualified applicants are encouraged to forward their resume in
confidence to Carrie Feuer, Director of Water Pollution Control, 300 Hobson
Avenue, Hamilton, New Jersey 08610 or via email to [email protected].
The Hamilton Team looks forward to hearing from you!

Receptionist (7/24/23)

Joint Meeting of Essex and Union Counties, a wastewater treatment facility located in
Northern NJ is seeking a receptionist. The candidate selected will work under the direction
of the Administrative Manager. The candidate must be able to manage a multiline
telephone system, deal effectively with customers on the phone and in person. Candidate
will perform various administrative office functions including but not limited to filing,
copying, scanning, and special projects. 

Qualifications
* High school or equivalency degree, additional training in a business or
* Secretarial school preferred.
* Minimum of 1-3 years of related experience in an office setting.
* Must possess excellent organizational and time management skills.
* Ability to communicate effectively on the telephone and with all levels of management
and staff, as well as with the public.
* Must possess general knowledge of office procedures and practices.
* Proficient in Microsoft; Word, Excel, as well as electronic scanning and filing.

Candidates may submit their resume to [email protected]

Women and Minorities are encouraged to apply. An Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

Engineering Field Associate (7/21/23)

Location: Cedar Knolls, NJ (on-site)
Status: Full Time (40 hours), Non-exempt
Salary Range: $60,000-$85,000 

Job Description Scope:
Our candidate of choice will be responsible for supporting the Engineering Division with GIS
database management and fieldwork, along with planning and implementing organization-wide
programs.

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE
* Minimum of two years of experience working with geographic information systems
and/or a minimum of three years of experience in civil engineering construction
experience.
* US ABET-accredited Bachelor of Science or higher degree in engineering, engineering
technology, or other approved field and/or combination of education and
experience.

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

Apprentice Technician (7/21/23)

Location: Cedar Knolls, NJ (On-site)
Status: Full Time (40 hours), Non-exempt (Entry-Level)
Salary: 51,867.04 Annually + Overtime 

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.

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

Junior Apprentice Technician (7/21/23)

Location: Cedar Knolls, NJ (On-site)
Status: Full Time (40 hours), Non-exempt (Entry-Level)
Salary: $47,473.87 Annually + Overtime 

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.

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

Apprentice Operator (7/21/23)

Location: Cedar Knolls, NJ (on-site)
Status: Full Time (40 hours), Non-exempt
Salary Range: $51,867.04 + Overtime 

Job Description Scope:
Duties include performing various manual and unskilled assignments in the Water Quality and
Operations Divisions. Basic (recall) level experience in water treatment operations and
maintenance has been demonstrated.

This position is in training to develop intermediate (application) level skill sets in the operation,
maintenance, inspection, and repair of Authority assets.

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

 

Landfill Equipment Operator (7-13-23)

MIDDLESEX COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY 

JOB OPENING

JOB TITLE: Landfill Equipment Operator

DEPARTMENT: SW Operations DIVISION: Solid Waste
LOCATION: Landfill EXEMPT: No
SALARY LEVEL: N-4($34,990.00-$80,580.00) SHIFT: No
REPORTS TO: Field Foreman or assigned supervisor REV: 6/19/2020
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Must be available for weekend, call-in, and overtime work

SUMMARY: Operates straight or articulated tractor type vehicles equipped with front mounted
hydraulically powered bucket or scoop (loaders); operates tractors equipped with concave blade
attached across front (dozers); operates articulated dump trucks, compactors, and additional heavy
equipment and machinery as required to move, mix, lift, and transport bulk materials in the MCUA
Landfill Facility; inspects, maintains, and repairs machinery and equipment by performing the
following duties.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Include the following and others as assigned.
Starts engine, shifts gears, presses pedals, and turns steering wheel, controls tool bars, carriers and
disks to maneuver and operate loader, dozer, and other material-moving/conveying equipment and
machinery.
Moves levers to lower and tilt bucket and drives front end loader forward to force bucket into bulk
material and, when filled, raises and tilts bucket, drives vehicle to work site and dumps material.
Fastens attachments, connects hydraulic hoses, belts, mechanical linkage, or power takeoff shaft to
provide power to raise, lower, or tilt dozer attachments.
Moves levers and depresses pedals to maneuver dozer tractor and raise, lower, and tilt attachments;
drives dozer to move and mix bulk material.
Performs daily checks and routine maintenance and preventive maintenance on equipment such as
lubricating, fueling, and cleaning; informs supervisor of observed equipment maintenance problems;
greases, oils, and performs minor repairs as directed.
Performs daily housekeeping and custodial duties required to keep equipment and facilities safe and
clean including machine operator's compartment; and performs site litter patrol and handpicking of
materials and debris from the waste stream as directed.
Maintains cleanliness of equipment by washing down equipment, machinery, and site facilities as
required.

Controls storm water drainage on the landfill by setting up and maintaining pumps at the workface
and worksite.
Prepares and maintains accurate entries on cover material tally sheets, inspection and maintenance
logs, and related landfill forms.
Repairs and maintains leachate collection systems.
Oversees the placement of soft waste in new landfill cells by removing sharp and bulky items in the
waste that would otherwise damage the liner system.
Applies cover and approved alternate cover materials and bulk materials at the workface and worksite
as directed.
Performs additional assigned duties as directed in a manner consistent with applicable safety and
operating practices.
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: High School Diploma or General Equivalency Diploma
(GED); two (2) years experience operating heavy equipment or machinery; or equivalent combination
of education and experience.

OTHER SKILLS and ABILITIES: Ability to understand and carry out written or oral instructions.
Ability to acquire a working knowledge of solid waste and/or sanitary landfill operations and
regulations. Ability to maneuver and operate one or more types of gasoline or diesel
powered heavy equipment on uneven hard and soft terrains. Knowledge of blade positioning to fine
grade surfaces, inclines, slopes, and curves on all types of terrain. Ability to grade slopes and surfaces
to fine specification by adjusting attachments while the vehicle is in motion on all types of terrain.
Knowledge of adjusting, oiling, and maintaining equipment in a safe operating condition. Ability to
recognize load and directional limitations of heavy equipment in all types of weather conditions.

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

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently
required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and reach with hands
and arms; The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; climb or balance; stoop, kneel,
crouch, or crawl; and taste or smell; talk or hear. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to
25 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move up to 100
or more pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. The employee must be able and
willing to utilize appropriate respiratory or other safety equipment/PPE required in the performance
of duties.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: While performing the duties of this job, the employee frequently works
near moving mechanical parts and in high, precarious places and is frequently exposed to wet and/or
humid conditions, fumes, noxious odors or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, and
vibration. The employee frequently works in outside weather conditions (heat, snow, winds, rain,
etc.), and on uneven surfaces and terrain. The noise level in the work environment is usually loud.

INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION:
Anyone interested in applying for this position should submit a current resume and a letter of
interest explaining how the candidate meets the job requirements to 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).

Part time MUA Engineer (7-5-23)

The Township of Hillsborough Municipal Utilities Authority (TTHMUA) operates and
maintains over 170 miles of gravity sanitary sewer ranging from 8-inch diameter to 36-
inch diameter pipe, over 14 miles of force mains and 17 sewage pumping stations
providing residential, commercial, industrial, and municipal sanitary sewer service for
more than 10,000 customers, representing over 13,000 billing units. The system
currently conveys an average daily flow of approximately 4.2 million gallons to the
Somerset Raritan Valley Sewerage Authority (SRVSA) Wastewater Treatment Facility
located in Bridgewater, New Jersey. 

Description: TTHMUA seeks to fill the position of part time Engineer to assist the
Executive Director as needed in soliciting for and supervising consultant services, plan
and application review, staff supervision, inspecting and making appropriate
recommendations for infrastructure repair and/or replacement, budgeting, capital
planning and preparation of detailed facility and infrastructure reports for Board review.
Attendance at monthly Board meetings and other special meetings as scheduled is
required.

Requirements: Successful candidates will have an accredited Engineering Sciences
Degree, be a licensed Professional Engineer in the State of New Jersey and have a
minimum of ten years progressive experience, with at least five years involved in
sanitary sewer utility work including, but not limited to design and/or construction of
sanitary conveyance and pump station systems. Treatment Works and conveyance
licenses are a plus.

It is anticipated that the position will require an average of 16 hours a week.
Hourly salary will be commensurate with education, licensing, and experience.
Please email letter of interest and resume to [email protected] for
consideration.

ENTRY LEVEL MAINTENANCE WORKERS (6-30-23)

The Township of Hillsborough Municipal Utilities Authority (TTHMUA) operates and maintains over
170 miles of gravity sanitary sewer ranging from 8 inch diameter to 36 inch diameter pipe, over 14 miles
of force mains and 17 sewage pumping stations providing residential, commercial, industrial and
municipal sanitary sewer service for more than 10,000 customers, representing over 13,000 billing units.
The system currently conveys an average daily flow of approximately 4.2 million gallons to the Somerset
Raritan Valley Sewerage Authority (SRVSA) Wastewater Treatment Facility located in Bridgewater,
New Jersey. 

Description: TTHMUA may be hiring entry level maintenance workers for full time employment. Hourly
rate of $19.55 per hour (yearly salary of $40,664.00) upon completion of probationary period and
obtaining CDL. General Responsibilities include: perform routine maintenance of the sanitary
sewer facilities; gather and pickup materials for jobs; drive, operate and load equipment and
vehicles in a safe manner; use hand tools; use Confined Space Entry equipment; work scheduled
shift; work emergency call-in work; overtime work available on occasion; responsible for job
site, vehicle and equipment appearance and cleanliness; attend required and / or recommended
training classes; and maintain a personal appearance wearing company uniforms in professional
atmosphere.

Requirements: Applicant must live in the State of NJ and have clean NJ driver's license and good
written and oral communication skills. Applicant must either have CDL or obtain a CDL through
company training within six (6) months of being hired. Training will be provided on equipment
usage and safe operations. Two (2) years of proven maintenance worker experience is a plus,
especially municipal public work / sewer experience. Continuing education is encouraged and
assistance is available. TTHMUA offers The Public Employees’ Retirement System of New
Jersey (PERS) and benefits package to all employees as well as provide uniforms. Applicant
must satisfy employer paid physical, drug screen and criminal background check.
Please email letter of interest and resume to [email protected] for
consideration.

Administrative Assistant / Human Resources Representative (6-23-23)

Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority 

Union Beach, NJ

The Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority (Authority) has an immediate need for an
Administrative Assistant/Human Resource Representative. The position handles both the
executive office administration functions as well as all Authority human resources
responsibilities for a staff of approximately 38 employees.

The Authority is a major regional wastewater treatment facility with offices located in Union
Beach, Monmouth County, NJ.  The Authority provides wastewater service to a population of
approximately 100,000 residents encompassing the municipalities of Hazlet, Holmdel, Union
Beach, Aberdeen, Matawan, Keyport, Keansburg and a portion of Marlboro.

The position’s responsibilities include but are not limited to: managing correspondences,
calendars and meetings; preparing letters, legal notices, public meeting agendas, resolutions,
minutes and meeting packages; and act as a confidential assistant to the Board of Commissioners
and Executive Director. The position also is responsible for handling all of the Authority’s
human resource functions such as advertising and interviewing applicants; new employee
orientations and training; administration of employee benefits, including managing the NJ Public
Employee Retirement Systems (PERS); scheduling of conferences and travel arrangements;
maintaining confidential, personnel and medical files; and cross train in other administration
areas of the office such as payroll, purchasing and finance. This is a full-time position, Monday
through Friday.

Qualified candidates should possess a minimum of an Associate’s Degree or two years of
college-level coursework or training in a Business Administration and/or Human Resources
program (a Bachelor’s Degree is a plus). Two (2) years related work experience is preferred in
Administration or Human Resources or Legal field and be proficient with Microsoft Office.
Must also have excellent verbal and written communication skills and hold a valid NJ driver’s
License.

The Authority offers a competitive salary and benefits package, including NJ State Health
Benefits, Dental & Vision Plans, NJ State Pension Plan, 457 Deferred Compensation Plan, paid
time off, education and training programs. Salary is commensurate with experience. The
Authority 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
e-mail to: [email protected]

Licensed Operator In Charge (LOIC) (6-21-23)

Township of Ocean Sewerage Authority, Monmouth County. 

TOSA is seeking a Licensed Operator In Charge (LOIC) for the Authority’s Wastewater
Treatment System consisting of a 7.5 MGD Pure Oxygen Activated Sludge Wastewater
Treatment Plant, 145 Miles of Collection System mains and 12 Pumping Stations. Position
requires seven (7) years’ experience in practical operations of wastewater treatment and
collection systems. A valid S3 license required. A valid NJ driver’s license required.  Must
possess strong management, leadership, decision making and communication skills.  The LOIC
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. The
LOIC will report directly to the Operations Supervisor.

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

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

CHIEF ENGINEER (6-21-23)

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 an NJPE experienced in
water/wastewater operations and infrastructure for the position of Chief Engineer.

The Authority operates 4 potable water treatment plants, 6 wells, a 5.22 MGD
wastewater treatment plant, 4 pumping stations,120+ miles of water distribution mains
and sanitary sewers to serve 13,000 accounts along with bulk water sales to and
sewage treatment for adjacent communities.

This position reports directly to the
Executive Director. 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.
* Manages contractors and outside engineering firms on construction projects.
* Experience with NJEIT/H2Loans is desirable. 

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

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

WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR (6-16-23)

S1 License or higher 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Raritan Township Municipal Utilities Authority
F/T position, Fri. – Tues., 2pm-10pm
Applic. supplied upon request. (908)782-7453 x10.

Send resume and applic. to:

RTMUA, 365 Old York Rd, Flemington, NJ 08822

ATTN: Ray Frank EOE

Electrical Engineer (6-16-23)

MIDDLESEX COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY 

JOB DESCRIPTION
JOB TITLE: Electrical Engineer

DEPARTMENT: WW Administration DIVISION: Wastewater
LOCATION: Central Treatment Plant EXEMPT: Yes
SALARY LEVEL: SHIFT: No
REPORTS TO: Chief Engineer REVISED: 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
documentation of the electrical system. The position will coordinate the electrical design with
all other disciplines so that the design is completely coordinated internally as well as with
external clients.
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 or staff engineer 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).

Automation Engineer II (6-13-23)

MIDDLESEX COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY 

JOB OPENING
JOB TITLE: Automation Engineer II

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION:
Anyone interested in applying for this position should submit a current resume and a letter of
interest explaining how the candidate meets the job requirements 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).

Assistant Process Control Engineer (6-13-23)

MIDDLESEX COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY 

JOB OPENING

JOB TITLE: Assistant Process Control Engineer

DEPARTMENT: WW Administration DIVISION: Wastewater
LOCATION: Central Treatment Plant EXEMPT: Yes
SALARY LEVEL: E-4 ($52,060.00-$118,780.00) SHIFT: No
REPORTS TO: Process Control Engineer REVISED: 3/22/2021
SUMMARY: Assist the Process Control Engineer in evaluating operations and processes of the
MCUA wastewater treatment plant to ensure efficient and effective operation by performing the
following duties.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Include the following and others as assigned.
Review plant operations to ensure compliance with plant discharge limitations.
Assist General and Operations Superintendent with coordination of process changes and sampling
activities.
Using laboratory and plant data, prepare correlating operations, monitoring, discharge, emissions, and
related reports for submission to regulatory agencies.
Evaluate current plant performance and recommend capital and/or operational improvements.
Review plant capacity to accommodate future growth and recommend additions and/or modifications
to the various process trains.
In coordination with Environmental Quality, plan, direct, and evaluate pilot studies for new
procedures, processes, and/or equipment applications.
Assist with review and documentation of Treatment Work Approvals.
Advise General Superintendent, in coordination with the Administrator of Environmental Quality, of
expected changes in regulatory requirements and their impact on plant operations.
Evaluate capability of plant to comply with existing and future regulatory requirements and
recommend necessary changes and/or alternatives.
Assist in training activities and plant tours.
Assist with budget preparations, as assigned.

Prepare and/or review designs, specifications and bid documents for new equipment, services or
supplies related to work operations, systems and/or processes.
Analyze data and perform calculations that measure the efficiency and effectiveness of structures,
equipment and various processes and systems, and make recommendations to supervisor.
Act as liaison with management and consulting personnel assigned to specific phases of construction
projects or equipment upgrades. At the direction of the General and Operations Superintendents, plan
and coordinate plant process shutdown and start up activities.
Review plant operations data to measure compliance with plant discharge limitations and permits.
Recommend design process changes or recommend alternative sampling methods.
Evaluate current and past plant performance and generates recommendations for capital and/or
operational improvements.
Perform calculations in relation to the plant’s and pump stations’ capacity to accommodate future
growth and design additions and/or modifications to the various process trains.
Research alternative methods of treating wastewater and disposing of sludge-derived products
through elimination and/or beneficial reuse, including advanced digestion, reverse osmosis,
accelerated biological processes and newer methods.
Comply with and enforce applicable safety and health policies and procedures.

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

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Bachelor of Science Degree (B.S.) with major coursework
in Chemical, Civil or Environmental Engineering or other related science; three (3) years related
experience and/or training in a similar size treatment plant; or equivalent combination of education
and experience. Knowledge of SCADA, computer controls, Microsoft Office, and data management
software.

LANGUAGE SKILLS: Ability to read, analyze, and interpret scientific and technical journals,
legal documents and government regulations. Ability to respond to inquiries or concerns from
managers, consultants, regulatory agencies, or members of the community. Ability to write reports,
business correspondence, and procedure manuals, and draft sketches or drawings. Ability to
effectively present information.

MATHEMATICAL SKILLS: Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability
and statistics, and fundamentals of plane and solid geometry and trigonometry. Ability to calculate
figures and amounts such as ratio, proportions, percentages, area, circumference, weight and
volume. Ability to apply concepts from algebra and calculus.

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: Considerable knowledge of processes and equipment
involved in wastewater treatment including chemical, physical, and biological processes. Knowledge
of applicable federal, state, and local regulatory requirements. Knowledge of federal and State
pollution control laws and appropriate subchapters of the New Jersey Administrative Code (e.g.,
N.J.A.C. Title 7) pertaining to the regulation of environmental facilities and/or pollution control
in assigned area. Knowledge of administrative, financial, and safety practices and procedures
involved in successful plant operations. Knowledge of industrial wastes and their effects on
treatment processes and equipment. Knowledge of appropriate computer hardware, software, and
peripherals to optimize plant capacity and efficiency. Ability to work harmoniously with
colleagues, government officials, consulting or contracting personnel and the general public.
Ability to collect, investigate, analyze, and interpret significant information and data and to prepare
concise, accurate reports and recommendations.

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

PREFERRED CREDENTIALS: Possession of a S- or C- license issued by the New Jersey
Department of Environmental Protection. Designation as Engineer in Training (EIT).

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently
required to have manual dexterity. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; sit; reach
with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; talk or hear; and smell. The
employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 5 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds,
and occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 or more pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this
job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the
ability to adjust focus. Must be able and willing to utilize appropriate respiratory and other safety
equipment/PPE required in the performance of duties.

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

INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION:
Anyone interested in applying for this position should submit a current resume and a letter of
interest explaining how the candidate meets the job requirements to [email protected].
Employees who are newly hired or accept a new position

within the Authority, those who are promoted to a new job classification or have been transferred to
a new assignment, and former employees who have been rehired, are classified as Conditional
Employees for a period of six (6) months beginning with the first day on the new job. 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).

Manager of Sewage Treatment Plant (6-8-23)

The Bergen County Utilities Authority is accepting applications for a full time Sewage
Treatment Plant Manager. This position overseas all aspects of Plant Management, ensures
compliance with regulatory procedures and reporting practices, maintains budgets, provides
reports, and manages personnel related matters within departmental staff. Qualified applicants
must possess requisite experience in treatment plant and pump station management, operations
and maintenance. Candidates must possess a current S3 or S4 wastewater license.
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. 

For more information or to obtain an application, please email a letter of interest and resume to
Judy Rubino at [email protected].

Assistant Director (5-25-23)

Hanover Sewerage Authority located in Hanover Township in Morris County is seeking a Full Time
Assistant Director The Hanover Sewerage Authority (HSA) operates a 4.61 advanced wastewater
treatment plant and a collection system with 100 miles of gravity sewers. 

The successful candidate will
report to the Executive Director and assist in the overall management of the HSA. Responsibilities will
involve coordination with professional consultants; working with contract documents; project
management; maintenance of GIS; monitoring and tracking of operational performance; tracking of
regulatory compliance requirements; and various other projects.

Candidate must have substantial
experience with the operation and management of comparable public facilities; project management and
preparing and coordinating capital improvement programs. An Engineering degree and P.E. license with a
minimum of 7 years of experience in the field of wastewater or other related fields is required. The
successful candidate must have excellent written, communication and computer skills.

Salary will be
determined based on level of experience and qualifications. HSA is an EEO employer with excellent
benefits and is part of the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS). A background check will be
required of the successful candidate and must meet the New Jersey First Act.

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

Staff Engineer (5/18/23)

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. 90,000 encompassing the municipalities of
Hazlet, Holmdel, Union Beach, Aberdeen, Matawan, Keyport, Keansburg and a portion of
Marlboro. Major assets include a 16 MGD treatment plant with fluidized bed incineration, 3
major pump stations, meter chambers and interceptor sewer system.

Job duties include but not limited to: writing technical specifications, bid packages, reports,
estimates; inspecting and managing construction and sanitary sewer collection system projects;
reviewing developer applications; and performing computer applications and Geographic
Information Systems (GIS).

This is a full-time position, Monday through Friday with the Engineer reporting to the Principal Engineer.

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

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

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

Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority

100 Oak Street
Union Beach, NJ 07735

Attention: Peter J. Canal, Executive Director

or e-mail to:
[email protected]

Water/Wastewater Principal Engineer and Project Manager (5/12/23)

Grant Engineering & Construction Group, LLC is seeking a highly
talented and motivated individual to join our team as a
Water/Wastewater Engineer and Project Manager. This position
reports to the Principal and is responsible for wastewater
engineering and construction management tasks. The position is
based in Newark, New Jersey and you will be required to provide
engineering service projects in New Jersey, New York, and
Philadelphia Metro area in Pennsylvania. Women and Minorities
are strongly encouraged to apply. 

Experience/Qualifications
• Strong attention to detail with analytical and judgment
capabilities
• Able to work independently as well as in a team
environment, and to effectively interact with the
management team and contribute towards a common goal
• Able to perform tasks as directed as well as interact with
clients in a professional and courteous manner
• At least seven (7) years experience in wastewater
engineering, modeling, design and construction management
• Proficient technical skills in municipal water and
wastewater treatment, collection and distribution systems.
Design and management of projects involving wastewater
treatment plant design, wastewater conveyance systems
(gravity & force mains), pump station design.
• Able to prepare bid documents including final plans,
specifications and cost estimates
• Able to prepare environmental documentation for wastewater
resources, regulatory program compliance, data management
and analysis, and field work.
• Able to perform hydraulic modeling and pipeline design.
• Able to effectively read, interpret, implement & explain
project documents
• Able to properly document daily activities, subcontractor
manpower, scheduling, problem resolution, call logs, owner
visits, change orders, etc. through electronic daily job
reports
• Able to manage quality control and supervise multiple
contractors and/or junior design and construction
management staff on concurrent projects
• Must be willing to learn and embrace technology. Must be
proficient in computers, including proficiency in Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Word, etc.. Proficiency in
AutoCAD Civil 3D desired.

Minimum Education and Licenses
• New York and/or New Jersey Professional Engineering License
preferred.
• Bachelor or Science degree in Civil/Environmental
Engineering required. Master of Science (MS) a plus.

The candidate must possess the following characteristics:
Impeccable Integrity Strong Work Ethic
Positive Attitude Organized
High Sense of Urgency Team Player
Willingness to learn and implement our management systems

Salary & Benefits
Salary
$85,000 to $115,000 Annual Salary based on Education,
Experience, and Licensure.

Benefits:
• 401k (4% maximum Employer match)
• Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance
• Life insurance
• Paid time off
Location(s)
• Office is based in Newark, New Jersey. Hybrid work
possible. Weekly office attendance required for
collaboration
• Site visits for meetings with Clients, design data
acquisition, and construction observation will be required.
Candidate may be stationed for some time at either a water
or wastewater treatment facility as required by Client.

Candidates must respond by email only to [email protected]
with a resume and cover letter. Principals only. Recruiters,
please don’t contact this job poster.

Do not contact us with unsolicited services or offers.

Client Service Leader – Water & Wastewater Services (5/9/23)

CDM Smith has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Client Service Leader to lead client
engagement and business development for municipal water services for multiple private, municipal and
state agency clients in the greater New Jersey market. CDM Smith has been providing services in the
municipal infrastructure sector in New Jersey for over 75 years. We have worked on some of the largest
infrastructure projects for major clients throughout the region and are looking for someone who will
help continue this tradition through both the management of existing client portfolios and the
development of strategies to grow business with new clients. 

As a member of this team, you will contribute to CDM Smith’s mission by:
• Developing client engagement strategies and pursuit plans for new water, wastewater and
environmental business in the New Jersey region.
• Aligning CDM Smith’s firm-wide strategies with local business development activities.
• Being responsible of the overall financial performance of projects within a client portfolio.
• Being a highly visible advocate of CDM Smith through active participation in professional and industry
organizations.
• Assembling and leading client and project teams to meet client needs and project requirements.
• Developing and managing proposal efforts and presentations.
• Implementing CDM Smith’s Sales Delivery Process and proactive use of CDM Smith’s sales tools.
• Negotiating critical issues with clients and potential teaming partners and subconsultants.
• Development of technical approaches and strategies.
• Assisting on individual projects and meeting billable hour targets.
• Meeting annual sales goals from both existing and new clients.
• Managing business development budgets and costs.
• Engaging in routine coordination with other area client service leaders and internal business units to
meet business objectives.
• Following and implementing CDM Smith’s standardized business practices.
• Participating in CDM Smith’s training program to reinforce core competencies of the client service
leader position and obtain requisite certifications within 6-months of onboarding.
• Adhering to CDM Smith’s Core Values.
Minimum Qualifications
• Bachelor’s degree in Civil, Environmental or Chemical Engineering or related discipline.
• Professional engineering (PE) license.
• 12 years of related experience.
• Domestic and/or international travel may be required. The frequency of travel is contingent on specific
duties, responsibilities, and the essential functions of the position, which may vary depending on
workload and project demands.
• Equivalent additional directly related experience will be considered in lieu of a degree.

Preferred Qualifications

• 12 years of experience with municipal water or wastewater projects since obtaining Bachelors degree.
• Previous experience winning/managing water/wastewater projects in the greater New Jersey market.
• Strong client relationships with water/wastewater clients in the New Jersey water market.
• Strong interpersonal, time management, organization, and listening skills.

Candidate may apply directly at this job link.

S4 Licensed Operator (5/9/23)

LICENSED OPERATOR S4 − The Township of Middletown Sewerage Authority (TOMSA) in
Monmouth County is under new leadership and is seeking an S4 Licensed Operator for its 10.8
MGD capacity wastewater treatment facility located in the Belford section of Middletown. In
addition to meeting S4 licensing requirements, candidates for this position should possess the
following minimum requirements − High school graduate, plus 6 to 10 years of practical
experience in treatment plant and collection system operations. Knowledge of processes and
equipment involved in wastewater treatment, including basic chemical, bacteriological, and
biological processes. 

Knowledge of operating and capital budgeting. Purchasing knowledge to comply with NJ
procurement laws. Analytical skills to: problem solve treatment issues, review plant data, and
draw valid conclusions; interpret technical instructions in book, manual, and mathematical or
diagrammatic form; and review specifications for capital projects. Technical experience and
skills, including: Microsoft Office applications, especially Excel and Word; SCADA and
instrumentation systems; NJDEP forms, assessments, and compliance reports. A valid NJ
driver’s license. Ability to be on call 24/7 for treatment plant issues.

This position will pay a highly competitive salary and offers a full range of benefits.

Government Strategy Group (GSG) is serving as consultants to TOMSA for this recruitment.
Candidates interested in this position should send a cover letter and resume in confidence via
email only to Joseph Hartnett of GSG at [email protected]; further details and
a full job description will be provided in reply to candidates meeting the above minimum
requirements. The Authority reserves the right to interview candidates as applications are
received. The Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator I (4-28-23)

The Hanover Sewerage Authority in Whippany NJ is seeking qualified candidates for the full time
position of Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator I. 

Responsibilities include operation and
maintenance of various equipment, controls, valves, etc. according to schedule; recording and
calculating data from various meters and indicators; sampling and analysis of wastewater and sludge
from various facility locations as required; operation of sewer cleaning and inspection equipment
and associated collection system activities; general housekeeping and upkeep of all assigned areas
and equipment.

Rotating weekend and holiday coverage is required, as is availability for emergency
repairs and response to facility alarms.

Candidates must possess a High School Diploma and a valid
NJ driver’s license. A minimum of three years’ experience in wastewater operations and possession
of NJDEP-issued operator S class license is required. Possession of or obtaining a Class B CDL with
N endorsement is required. Candidates must be proficient in math, reading and writing and must be
able to communicate effectively.

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.

WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT LEAD MECHANIC (4-24-23)

Township of Neptune Sewerage Authority, Monmouth County. TNSA is seeking an experienced Lead
Mechanic for the Authority’s 8.5 MGD Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant. The candidate
must have five years’ experience in the repair and maintenance of complex machinery and
equipment similar to that used in wastewater treatment facilities. Experience in plumbing,
welding, automotive and electrical is preferred. The Authority is offering a competitive salary
range for the position, $70,000 – $85,000. Salary will commensurate with the selected
applicants, education and experience. Qualified applicants may submit a completed TNSA
employment application, resume and cover letter to Tina M. Cunningham, Executive Director at
[email protected] by May 24, 2023. The Authority reserves the right to interview
candidates as applications are received. The Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

VARIOUS: LABORER, LAB SUPPORT, ADMIN SUPPORT (4-24-23)

Township of Neptune Sewerage Authority, Monmouth County. TNSA is seeking Full Time
Summer Employment for the Authority’s 8.5 MGD Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Summer Employment positions include laborer, laboratory support and administrative support at
a rate of $18.00 per hour, Monday through Friday 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. Applicants include college
students, 2023 graduating high school seniors and fall high school seniors. Anyone wishing to
be considered for these positions should submit a completed TNSA employment application to
Tina M. Cunningham, Executive Director at [email protected] by May 24, 2023. Valid
New Jersey Drivers license required. Employment applications can be downloaded from the
Authority’s website at www.tnsa-nj.org. The Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT (4-24-23)

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 range for the position is $105,000 –
$115,000. Salary will commensurate with the selected applicants qualifications, education and
experience. 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. 

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

Lab Analyst (4-20-23)

Title: Lab Analyst
Level: 1
FLSA Status: Non-exempt  

Division: Wastewater
Department/Location: Wastewater Laboratory
Employment Status: 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

▪ 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.

Compliance Analyst (4-3-23)

MIDDLESEX COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

WORK ENVIRONMENT: While performing the duties of this job, the employee occasionally works in outside weather conditions (heat, snow, winds, rain, etc.), on uneven surfaces or terrain, and is occasionally exposed to fumes, noxious odors, or airborne particles and toxic or caustic chemicals. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to quiet.

INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION:
Anyone interested in applying for this position should submit a current resume and a letter of interest explaining how the candidate meets the job requirements to 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).

Executive Director (4-1-23)

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

The ideal candidate should have considerable knowledge and experience of
modern policies and practices of public administration; a demonstrated
knowledge of state and federal laws and regulations; and experience in
coordinating and administrating a multi-million-dollar budget in a public sector.

The successful candidate will also possess outstanding leadership and
communication skills, an understanding of the technical aspects of wastewater
utility management, and the ability to provide executive level administration and
direction for the day to day operations of the Authority and its 20 personnel,
ensuring that the present and future operational goals of the Authority are met in
a cost effective and efficient manner. 

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

A minimum of ten years’ progressively responsible experience in supervision,
operations, technical service, and administration of wastewater conveyance
facilities, and a C-3 Operator’s license or the ability to obtain a C-3 license within
one year are required. Professional Engineer’s license (NJPE) and/or Qualified
Purchasing Agent (QPA) are a plus.

HTMUA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We offer a strong benefits package,
including NJ State health benefits, pension (PERS), and generous paid time off
and holidays. Relocation is not available. Candidates in Somerset County, NJ
are preferred.

Please send resume and cover letter via our email to:
Frank Scarantino at email address: [email protected]

WWTP Operator (3-28-23)

The Long Branch Sewerage Authority, Monmouth County, is seeking qualified candidates for the full-time position of Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator.  Excellent opportunity for career minded individuals to participate and grow in the wastewater treatment industry.  Candidates must possess and maintain a minimum of a valid “S-1” license issued by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.  Considered candidates must satisfy employer physical test, drug/alcohol screening and criminal background check.  The Long Branch Sewerage Authority offers excellent compensation and benefits. 

Interested candidates should submit a resume to the attention of the Executive Director of the Long Branch Sewerage Authority via email to [email protected] or mail to the Long Branch Sewerage Authority, 150 Joline Avenue, Long Branch, NJ 07740, Attn:  Thomas Roguski, PE, CME, Executive Director.  The Long Branch Sewerage Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  

Operator – Product Control (3-15-23)

MIDDLESEX COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY 

DEPARTMENT: Operations – Solids DIVISION: Wastewater
LOCATION: Central Treatment Plant EXEMPT: No
SALARY LEVEL: N-4 ($34,990.00-$80,580.00) SHIFT: Yes
REPORTS TO: Lead Operator/Laborer Class A/ as assigned REVISED: 03/08/2023
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Must be available for holiday, “call-in” and overtime work.

SUMMARY: Operate straight or articulated rubber-tired tractor type vehicle equipped with front
mounted hydraulically powered bucket or scoop (loaders); operate additional heavy equipment and
machinery as required to control, blend, transport, and load bulk material product to and from
storage and processing areas; operate and monitor Chem-fix equipment and sludge drying
operations by performing the following duties.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Include the following and others as assigned.
Move bulk material product into storage piles assimilated by day of deposit.
Monitor tripper car process to form windrows, operate loader to trim windrow piles, and operate
scarab to turn piles twice before further movement.
Implement schedule to move bulk material product keeping product in time-controlled rows and/or
piles based on date of initial receipt.
Load dump trucks and sludge hoppers using front end loader and arrange materials contiguously by
sludge derived product class (Class A, Class B, or dewatered cake).
Start engine, shift gears, press pedals, and turn steering wheel. Control tool bars, carriers and disks
to maneuver and operate loader and other bulk material-moving/conveying equipment and
machinery.
Move levers to lower and tilt bucket and drive front end loader forward to force bucket into bulk
material and, when filled, raise and tilt bucket, drive vehicle to work site and/or trucks and dump
material.
Assist Operator/Laborers by operating and monitoring Chem-fix equipment and performing sludge
drying operations.
Perform daily checks and routine and preventive maintenance on equipment such as lubricating,
fueling, and cleaning. Grease, oil, and perform minor repairs as directed.

Perform daily housekeeping and custodial duties required to keep equipment and facilities safe and
clean.
Extract samples and perform basic laboratory tests and analyses to determine adjustments required
to ensure product quality.
When assigned, perform the duties of an Operator-Laborer.
Comply with applicable safety and health policies and procedures.

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

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: High School Diploma or General Equivalency Diploma
(GED); one (1) year experience operating heavy equipment or machinery; or equivalent
combination of education and experience.

OTHER SKILLS and ABILITIES: Ability to understand and carry out written or oral
instructions. Ability to acquire a working knowledge of Land Based Sludge Management processes
and Curing Bunker operating procedures. Ability to maneuver and operate one or more types of
gasoline or diesel-powered heavy equipment on various terrains. Knowledge of blade positioning
and loading in relation to storage capacities and transporting vehicle limitations. Knowledge of
adjusting, oiling, and maintaining equipment in a safe operating condition. Ability to recognize
load and directional limitations of heavy equipment in all types of weather conditions.

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

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

WORK ENVIRONMENT: While performing the duties of this job, the employee frequently
works near moving mechanical parts and in high, precarious places and is frequently exposed to
outside weather conditions, extremely hot temperatures (during summer months) and low visibility
(during winter months) in the curing bunker, wet and/or humid conditions, fumes, noxious odors,
dust or airborne particles, industrial strength chemicals, electrical shock, and vibration. The noise
level in the work environment is usually loud.

INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION:
Anyone interested in applying for this position should submit a current resume and a letter of
interest explaining how the candidate meets the job requirements before 4:00 PM Friday, March
24th, 2023, to Human Resources Office, Central Administration Building, Room 124,
Sayreville or to [email protected]. Employees who are newly hired or accept a new position
within the Authority, those who are promoted to a new job classification or have been transferred to
a new assignment, and former employees who have been rehired, are classified as Conditional
Employees for a period of six (6) months beginning with the first day on the new job. Employees
are eligible to apply for a different position within the Authority after they have completed the 6
month period as a Conditional Employee. Any current employee who accepts and begins working
in this position may not be able to return to their old position, or to any other position within the
Authority, because of withdrawal or removal from, or inability to perform in this position. Qualified
employees are encouraged to apply for posted positions as they occur.

The MCUA is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO/AA).

Mechanic (3-6-23)

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 West Creek, NJ.

The candidate must 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 is preferred.

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 today at www.ocua.com and click on careers.

Wastewater Treatment Operator (3-6-23)

The Ocean County Utilities Authority, a public wastewater treatment facility consisting of three treatment plants and 40 pumping stations, is presently seeking an experienced Wastewater Treatment Operator.  The position is located in West Creek, NJ.

Experience operating a public wastewater treatment system is required.  The candidate must possess a New Jersey DEP S-1, 2, 3, or 4 License.  Must be able to perform laboratory tests necessary to monitor and control plant processes, work rotating shifts and be able to provide direction to certain personnel when necessary.  Must be computer literate and possess good written and verbal communication skills.

The Authority offers a competitive salary ranging from $56,160+ based on licensure plus paid overtime and shift differential.  We offer a strong benefits package that includes NJ State health benefits, pension (PERS), and generous paid time off and holidays. Relocation is not available. Candidates in Ocean County are preferred. For immediate consideration, please apply today at www.ocua.com and click on careers.

Operations Supervisor II, III (3-3-23)

Position Summary: The Operations Supervisor II is responsible for overseeing one or more processes pertaining to the treatment of wastewater and/or biosolids. 

Required Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Must be able to prepare concise and accurate reports, provide conclusions, and make recommendations. Must be able to operate a motor vehicle, assign appropriate tasks, as well as train and supervise subordinate employees performing various activities dealing with wastewater and biosolids treatment and disposal. Must have knowledge of various governmental regulations dealing with all aspects of wastewater and biosolids treatment and disposal; be able to comprehend laws, rules and regulations pertaining to the collection of wastewater; be knowledgeable of the principles and methods used in the treatment and disposal of wastewater and biosolids; and be knowledgeable of occupational hazards and the safety precautions exercised in the collection and treatment of wastewater and/or biosolids. Must be computer literate and able to plan, organize, execute and coordinate a computerized maintenance management program. Must be able to read, write, speak and understand English sufficiently to perform the duties of this position with the ability to understand, remember and carry out oral and written directions

Education: High School Diploma or Equivalency Certificate required. Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or the Sciences is preferred. Satisfactory completion of both the Basic and Advanced Wastewater Treatment course is required. Completion of the Advanced Wastewater Collections course preferred.
Experience and License: Valid New Jersey Driver’s License for all levels. *(Actively pursuing is defined as taking the associated State license exam at least 2 times per year until the license is obtained.)

Operations Supervisor II – Minimum eight (8) years of experience in a wastewater treatment facility with a
minimum of three (3) years in a supervisory capacity. Possession of a New Jersey Treatment Plant S3
license is required or must be actively pursuing* a S3. New Jersey C2 collections system license preferred.

Operations Supervisor III – Minimum seven (7) years of experience in wastewater treatment facility.
Possession of a New Jersey Treatment Plant S2 license is required or actively pursuing* a S2. New Jersey
C2 collections system license preferred.

Working Conditions: Workers are employed in conditions associated with a wastewater treatment plant and sewer collection system and required to work indoors and outdoors. Must qualify for and possess the ability to perform entry into and work in Confined Spaces while wearing proper personal protective equipment (PPE) such as, but not limited to canister and dust masks as well as Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA). Must be available for emergencies or job assignments on a 24 hour basis.

To Apply: Please visit our website at https://www.nj.gov/pvsc/, and follow the Employment tab.

Line Operations Supervisor I, II, III (Instrumentation) (3-3-23)

Position Summary: Responsible for assisting in the operation of one or more processes pertaining to the treatment of wastewater and biosolids. 

Requirements: Must possess knowledge of theoretical and practical applications of flow metering principles and practices; computerized control systems; and comprehensive knowledge of PVSC collection system and emergency plans. Must be familiar with pipe and manhole assessment protocols. Must possess knowledge of standard tools, material and equipment as well as the occupational and safety hazards and precautions involved when performing all work. Must have the ability to read and comprehend engineering and construction drawings, electronic and electrical schematics, as well as pneumatic and hydraulic flow diagrams. Must be capable of working with personnel to effectively diagnose equipment or system failures. Must qualify for and possess the ability to perform entry into and work in Confined Spaces while wearing proper personal protective equipment (PPE) such as, but not limited to canister and dust masks as well as Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA). Must be available for emergencies or job assignments on a 24 hour basis.

Education: High School Diploma or Equivalency Certificate required. Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or the Sciences is preferred. Satisfactory completion of the Introduction to Wastewater Treatment course and the Advanced Collection Systems course is required.

License: Must possess and maintain a valid New Jersey Driver’s License, (for all levels).

Experience:

Line Operations Supervisor I (Instrumentation) – Minimum ten (10) years of experience in collection system maintenance and operation with a minimum six (6) years of supervisory experience. Possession of a C3 Collection System license and NJDOT certified Traffic Control Coordinator is preferred.

Line Operations Supervisor II (Instrumentation) – Minimum eight (8) years of work experience in collection
system maintenance and operation with a minimum three (3) years of supervisory experience. Possession of a C3 Collection System license and NJDOT certified Traffic Control Coordinator is preferred.

Line Operations Supervisor III (Instrumentation) – Minimum seven (7) years of work experience in collection system maintenance and operation with a minimum one (1) year of supervisory experience. A C2 Collection System license and NJDOT certified Traffic Control Coordinator is preferred.

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. Must qualify for and possess the ability to perform entry into and work in
Confined Spaces while wearing proper personal protective equipment (PPE) such as, but not limited to canister and dust masks as well as Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA).

To Apply: Please visit our website at https://www.nj.gov/pvsc/ and follow the Employment tab.

Assistant Process Control Engineer (3-2-23)

MIDDLESEX COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY 

JOB OPENING

JOB TITLE: Assistant Process Control Engineer

DEPARTMENT: WW Administration DIVISION: Wastewater
LOCATION: Central Treatment Plant EXEMPT: Yes
SALARY LEVEL: E-4 ($52,060.00-$118,780.00) SHIFT: No
REPORTS TO: Process Control Engineer REVISED: 3/22/2021

SUMMARY: Assist the Process Control Engineer in evaluating operations and processes of the
MCUA wastewater treatment plant to ensure efficient and effective operation by performing the
following duties.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Include the following and others as assigned.
Review plant operations to ensure compliance with plant discharge limitations.
Assist General and Operations Superintendent with coordination of process changes and sampling
activities.

Using laboratory and plant data, prepare correlating operations, monitoring, discharge, emissions, and
related reports for submission to regulatory agencies.

Evaluate current plant performance and recommend capital and/or operational improvements.
Review plant capacity to accommodate future growth and recommend additions and/or modifications
to the various process trains.

In coordination with Environmental Quality, plan, direct, and evaluate pilot studies for new
procedures, processes, and/or equipment applications.

Assist with review and documentation of Treatment Work Approvals.
Advise General Superintendent, in coordination with the Administrator of Environmental Quality, of
expected changes in regulatory requirements and their impact on plant operations.
Evaluate capability of plant to comply with existing and future regulatory requirements and
recommend necessary changes and/or alternatives.

Assist in training activities and plant tours.
Assist with budget preparations, as assigned.

Prepare and/or review designs, specifications and bid documents for new equipment, services or
supplies related to work operations, systems and/or processes.

Analyze data and perform calculations that measure the efficiency and effectiveness of structures,
equipment and various processes and systems, and make recommendations to supervisor.
Act as liaison with management and consulting personnel assigned to specific phases of construction
projects or equipment upgrades. At the direction of the General and Operations Superintendents, plan
and coordinate plant process shutdown and start up activities.

Review plant operations data to measure compliance with plant discharge limitations and permits.
Recommend design process changes or recommend alternative sampling methods.
Evaluate current and past plant performance and generates recommendations for capital and/or
operational improvements.

Perform calculations in relation to the plant’s and pump stations’ capacity to accommodate future
growth and design additions and/or modifications to the various process trains.
Research alternative methods of treating wastewater and disposing of sludge-derived products
through elimination and/or beneficial reuse, including advanced digestion, reverse osmosis,
accelerated biological processes and newer methods.

Comply with and enforce applicable safety and health policies and procedures.

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

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Bachelor of Science Degree (B.S.) with major coursework
in Chemical, Civil or Environmental Engineering or other related science; three (3) years related
experience and/or training in a similar size treatment plant; or equivalent combination of education
and experience. Knowledge of SCADA, computer controls, Microsoft Office, and data management
software.

LANGUAGE SKILLS: Ability to read, analyze, and interpret scientific and technical journals,
legal documents and government regulations. Ability to respond to inquiries or concerns from
managers, consultants, regulatory agencies, or members of the community. Ability to write reports,
business correspondence, and procedure manuals, and draft sketches or drawings. Ability to
effectively present information.

MATHEMATICAL SKILLS: Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability
and statistics, and fundamentals of plane and solid geometry and trigonometry. Ability to calculate
figures and amounts such as ratio, proportions, percentages, area, circumference, weight and
volume. Ability to apply concepts from algebra and calculus.

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: Considerable knowledge of processes and equipment
involved in wastewater treatment including chemical, physical, and biological processes. Knowledge
of applicable federal, state, and local regulatory requirements. Knowledge of federal and State
pollution control laws and appropriate subchapters of the New Jersey Administrative Code (e.g.,
N.J.A.C. Title 7) pertaining to the regulation of environmental facilities and/or pollution control
in assigned area. Knowledge of administrative, financial, and safety practices and procedures
involved in successful plant operations. Knowledge of industrial wastes and their effects on
treatment processes and equipment. Knowledge of appropriate computer hardware, software, and
peripherals to optimize plant capacity and efficiency. Ability to work harmoniously with
colleagues, government officials, consulting or contracting personnel and the general public.
Ability to collect, investigate, analyze, and interpret significant information and data and to prepare
concise, accurate reports and recommendations.

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

PREFERRED CREDENTIALS: Possession of a S- or C- license issued by the New Jersey
Department of Environmental Protection. Designation as Engineer in Training (EIT).

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently
required to have manual dexterity. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; sit; reach
with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; talk or hear; and smell. The
employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 5 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds,
and occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 or more pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this
job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the
ability to adjust focus. Must be able and willing to utilize appropriate respiratory and other safety
equipment/PPE required in the performance of duties.

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

INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION:
Anyone interested in applying for this position should submit a current resume and a letter of
interest explaining how the candidate meets the job requirements before 4:00 PM Wednesday,
March 15th, 2023, to Human Resources Office, Central Administration Building, Room 124,
Sayreville or to [email protected]. Employees who are newly hired or accept a new position within the Authority, those who are promoted to a new job classification or have been transferred to
a new assignment, and former employees who have been rehired, are classified as Conditional
Employees for a period of six (6) months beginning with the first day on the new job. Employees
are eligible to apply for a different position within the Authority after they have completed the 6
month period as a Conditional Employee. Any current employee who accepts and begins working
in this position may not be able to return to their old position, or to any other position within the
Authority, because of withdrawal or removal from, or inability to perform in this position. Qualified
employees are encouraged to apply for posted positions as they occur.

The MCUA is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO/AA).

Project Manager (3-2-23)

MIDDLESEX COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY 

JOB OPENING
JOB TITLE: Project Manager

DEPARTMENT: Central Administration DIVISION: WW & SW
LOCATION: Central Treatment Plant/ as assigned EXEMPT: Yes
SALARY LEVEL: E-6 ($63,110.00-$141,630.00) SHIFT: No
REPORTS TO: Senior Program Manager NEW:1/1/21

SUMMARY: Supports all Senior Program Manager 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 Program 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; one (1) year of experience and/or training. A Master’s Degree
may be substituted for one year of non-supervisory experience.

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.

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 before 4:00 PM Wednesday,
March 15th, 2023, to Human Resources Office, Central Administration Building, Room 124,
Sayreville or to [email protected]. Employees who are newly hired or accept a new position
within the Authority, those who are promoted to a new job classification or have been transferred to
a new assignment, and former employees who have been rehired, are classified as Conditional
Employees for a period of six (6) months beginning with the first day on the new job. Employees
are eligible to apply for a different position within the Authority after they have completed the 6
month period as a Conditional Employee. Any current employee who accepts and begins working
in this position may not be able to return to their old position, or to any other position within the
Authority, because of withdrawal or removal from, or inability to perform in this position. Qualified
employees are encouraged to apply for posted positions as they occur.

The MCUA is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO/AA).

Financial Administrator (3-1-23)

The Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority (Authority/BRSA) owns and operates a 16 

million gallon per day water resource recovery facility located in the Bayshore Area of 

Monmouth County. The Authority has an immediate opening for a Financial Administrator. 

 

The Financial Administrator works 40 hours per week from Monday to Friday and reports to the 

Executive Director. Job duties include; assisting in preparation and oversight of the general 

ledger, financial reporting, annual and periodic financial statements, bank reconciliations, and 

accounts payable/receivable. The Financial Administrator helps to prepare the annual budget of 

the Authority and stays abreast of changing fiscal regulations. Duties also include preparation of 

correspondence, maintenance of facility filing system, phone, customer and department head 

interaction.  Applicants should have background in municipal finance, bookkeeping and/or 

accounting. The applicant should have knowledge of the statutory requirements of municipal 

finance. The Financial Administrator has excellent opportunity for growth within the 

organization. 

 

The candidate must possess a valid NJ driver’s license and have excellent verbal and written 

communication skills. A related college degree is preferred. Computer skills are required, 

specifically Microsoft Office (Excel, Word and Outlook), and working knowledge of financial 

software including Quick Books and Paychex. 

 

The Authority offers a very competitive salary, benefits, and Pension package including NJ State 

Health Benefits Plan, NJ Pension Plan, Dental, Vision, Paid time off, Education and Training 

Programs. Salary is commensurate with experience.  The Authority is an equal opportunity 

employer.  The Authority is conveniently located off of the Garden State Parkway at Exit 117.  

 

Interested and qualified applicants may forward their resume, cover letter and salary 

requirements to Peter J. Canal, Executive Director, BRSA, 100 Oak Street, Union Beach, 

NJ 07735, e-mail: [email protected]. 

RECEPTIONIST / ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (2-24-23)

THE FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP SEWERAGE AUTHORITY IS SEEKING A QUALIFIED
CANDIDATE TO FILL AN IN PERSON ROLE AS THE RECEPTIONIST /
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT AT THEIR FACILITY LOCATED AT 70
COMMERCE DRIVE, SOMERSET, NJ 08873. THE POSITION WILL REPORT TO
THE ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGER. THE QUALIFIED CANDIDATE MUST HAVE
PROVEN CUSTOMER SERVICE AND ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT SKILLS WITH
AN ABILITY TO WORK IN A TEAM ENVIRONMENT. THIS INDIVIDUAL WILL
HAVE PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITY FOR ALL ACTIVITIES RELATED TO
ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT INCLUSIVE OF ANSWERING PHONES,
DISPATCHING CALLS AND GREETING CUSTOMERS VISITING THE FACILITY.
MICROSOFT OFFICE WORD, EXCEL AND OUTLOOK ARE A MUST HAVE.
POWERPOINT IS A PLUS. 

HOURLY RATE RANGE: $16.50 – $25.00
PLEASE FORWARD RESUMES TO THE AUTHORITY OFFICE AT THE ABOVE
LOCATION.

ATTENTION: CHIEF HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER OR [email protected]

JOSEPH DANIELSEN
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR / SPECIAL PROJECT MANAGER

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

Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator (Entry Level) (2-23-23)

The Mount Holly Municipal Utilities Authority is an equal opportunity employer.
Position: Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator (Entry Level) 

Note: Applicants must submit to the following:

  • Alcohol and Controlled Substance Screening
  • Post offer physical
  • Driver’s License check
  • Reference check

Duties: A plant operator is responsible for completing daily operational duties to
include: equipment checks, housekeeping, landscaping, equipment operation, vehicle
operation, preventive maintenance and other duties as assigned.

Requirements: The position requires the employee to be dependable, self-motivated
and reliable. A valid New Jersey driver’s license is required.

The employee must be able to follow both written and verbal instructions and perform
as part of the operations team.

The employee will be required to work overtime and to provide adequate coverage
during emergencies.

The employee will be required to work shift work which may include any or all of the
flowing shifts; 11PM – 7AM, 7AM – 3PM, or 3PM – 11PM. In addition, days off are
subject to scheduling and could be a combination of any two days during the week from
Sunday – Monday. Weekend days off are not guaranteed.

Training: While prior experience will be taken into consideration, it is not required. All
Training for the position of Plant Operator will be a combination of on-the-job training,
classroom instruction, individual instruction and the review of manuals, guidelines,
verbal and written instructions.

Pay and Benefits: In accordance with current CBA between the Construction and
General laborers’ Union, Local 172 of South Jersey and the Mount Holly Municipal
Utilities Authority.

Application Deadline: Candidates for this position must submit an application which
can be obtained from our website at mhmua.com to the Operations Superintendent,
Robert Young at [email protected] prior to June 1, 2023. No walk-ins are welcome
at this time.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (2-23-23)

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

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

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

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

Authority Engineer/Project Manager (2-23-23)

The South Monmouth Regional Sewerage Authority is seeking an individual to fill
the position of full time Authority Engineer/Project Manager. 

Qualified candidates must possess a BS degree in Engineering and/or related
Science; along with prior experience working as a Consulting, Municipal, or
Authority Engineer. The individual must possess knowledge of New Jersey Local
Public Contracts Law, have experience/knowledge of NJDEP Water Quality
Regulations and the ability to manage Construction Projects and an Asset
Management Program. A New Jersey P.E. is desirable, but not required.
The successful candidate will have the capability to multitask in order to oversee
multiple projects at various stages from conception to completion. Proficiency in
the operation of computer programs, including relational database(s), GIS and
CADD preferred.

In exchange for these qualifications and talents, a competitive salary and
comprehensive health benefit package is offered. Interested professionals are
requested to visit www.smrsa.org and submit a cover letter, resume and
completed job application to [email protected].
EOE M/F/D/V/SO/ Drug Free Workplace

DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE (2-19-23)

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

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

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

Laboratory Technicians (2-16-23)

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 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 work load 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.

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: Please visit our website at https://www.nj.gov/pvsc/, and follow the Employment tab.

Chemist II (2-16-23)

Position Summary: Performs various wet chemistry, inorganic and microbiological tests and analyses on sludge and wastewater samples, and analytically determines the presence, extent and nature of pollutants and other substances. Determines sampling methods and the types of tests used for water and wastewater analysis, and performs quality control and quality assurance procedures. Maintains test results, which are used by other PVSC personnel for regulatory, monitoring, enforcement and treatment
purposes. Conducts research projects directed towards the solution of specific problems, and trains department staff in analytical
techniques. 

Education: Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry is desired. A degree in Chemical Engineering, Biology or Environmental Science may be accepted if experience qualifications are met. A Master of Science degree is preferred.
Experience: Minimum of six (6) years' experience in a wastewater, industrial or environmental laboratory. Experience in instrumental
analyses is essential.

Requirements: Must have knowledge of chemical principles, theories and techniques, as well as knowledge of the practical and common methods and procedures for laboratory analyses. Fluent knowledge in the use of analytical instruments, including, but not
limited to, atomic absorption, spectrophotometers, Ion Chromatography (IC) and Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP) in performing varied analytical procedures is required. Must be fluent in the theory, practical knowledge and use of modern laboratory instrumentation.

Experience with using a LIMS system for data entry and consumables management. Must have general knowledge of biochemistry as it relates to Mathematics, Biology and Bacteriology, and thorough knowledge of the principles of Organic, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry, as well as qualitative and quantitative analysis. Should have the credentials to be the NJDEP Category Supervisor for Inorganic, Microbiology, Metals and Analyze-Immediately certified parameters including the completion of a four credit Microbiology course.. Must be able to troubleshoot and perform assigned instrument maintenance. Must take active role in training laboratory staff and involved in upgrading laboratory facilitates and/or instrumentation. Knowledge of hazardous waste handling and disposal is preferred.

Must be organized, and be able to set priorities, multi-task and adapt to changing work priorities in a busy, service-oriented environment. Must be able to develop effective work methods, demonstrate proficiency in data entry work, be proficient in preparing clear, concise and accurate reports, and establish and maintain suitable records. A valid NJ Driver’s License is required.

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 and involve a rotating weekend and holiday work schedule.

Overtime may be required. Laboratory Technicians and Chemists also work as part of a team in surroundings that are kept clean, well-lit and
temperature controlled.

To Apply: Please visit our website at https://www.nj.gov/pvsc/, and follow the Employment tab.

Laboratory Technician, Water Quality Department (2-16-23)

Background:
Brick Township Municipal Utilities Authority (BTMUA) provides drinking water to more than 100,000 residents of Brick Township, Howell Township, Lakewood Township, Point Pleasant Borough and Point Pleasant Beach Borough. Since the construction of the original WTP in 1975, BTMUA has continuously operated and maintained an on-site water quality testing laboratory that is certified by NJDEP. The laboratory performs water quality compliance testing for water that enters the distribution system and facilitates continuous monitoring of the Authority’s source water. The laboratory is a key component of BTMUA’s Comprehensive Water Quality Monitoring Program. 

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
The Laboratory Technician is responsible for performing laboratory analyses and additional Water Quality Department duties as directed.

The duties of the Laboratory Technician shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

1. Knowledge and application of analytical procedures (Standard Methods and EPA Methods), associated quality
control procedures, and laboratory safety procedures.
2. Comprehending and effectively performing the following:
• Understanding fully, the laboratory QA Manual, and acknowledging same through a signed attestation
statement.
• Standard water quality laboratory procedures in accordance with recognized analytical methods and
laboratory SOPs.
• Organics analyses by gas chromatography.
• Inorganics analyses by ion chromatography and general chemistry.
• Metals analyses by flame atomic absorption and ICPMS.
• Microbiological determinations.
3. Proficiency testing for responsible analyses as required for laboratory certification.
4. Ability to effectively maintain an account and enter valid data to the Laboratory Information Management
System (LIMS).
5. Maintaining log books, records and QC data as required.
6. All other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications:
Applicant must have available a current résumé which includes relevant training, experience and education. A Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry, Biology or a related science, 1 year applicable experience, and a valid N.J. driver’s license are required.

All interested parties are to submit a resume and letter of interest via email to Joseph Maggio P.E., Director of Water Quality, at [email protected]

Confidential Assistant & Human Resources Officer (2-14-23)

Monmouth County’s premier environmental government agency is excited to be expanding our team of
dedicated and valued professional’s who maintain our critical wastewater infrastructure.  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 environmental sector including wastewater collections,
treatment and engineering.

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. 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].

CONFIDENTIAL ASSISTANT/HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER
JOB DESCRIPTION & QUALIFICATIONS

IN GENERAL, Under direction:
1. 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
2. Is responsible for the human resources functions of the authority; and
3. 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
4. Serves as the personal and executive assistant to the Chief Executive Officer, and provides
administrative support throughout the agency as required; 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.

Wastewater Treatment Operator (2-10-23)

The Hamilton Township Department of Water Pollution Control (WPC) in Mercer
County, New Jersey is seeking a qualified and dynamic candidate with a New
Jersey S2 or S3 wastewater treatment operator license who can join our team.
We are considering candidates for our Supervising Sewage Plant Operator and
Chief Plant Operator positions, with potential into the Assistant Plant
Superintendent. 

WPC operates a regional wastewater treatment facility with a permitted flow of
16 MGD. The facilities serve over 100,000 residents from three municipalities with
a collection system containing 350 miles of sewer lines and 27 pumping stations
in its 40 square mile service area.

Hamilton is a New Jersey Civil Service and Public Employees’ Retirement System
(PERS) participating town. Hamilton offers a competitive benefits package and is
an equal opportunity employer.

Supervising Sewage Plant Operator
Salary Range: $75,000-$93,000

Chief Plant Operator
Salary Range: $92,000- $110,000

We encourage you to submit your resume for consideration in joining the
Hamilton WPC team and help lead our wastewater plant into the next generation.
More information about WPC can be found on our website
www.hamiltonnj.com/WPC.

Interested and qualified applicants are encouraged to forward their resume in
confidence to Carrie Feuer, Director of Water Pollution Control, 300 Hobson
Avenue, Hamilton, New Jersey 08610 or via email to [email protected].
The Hamilton Team looks forward to hearing from you!

Site Services Worker (2-10-23)

Status: Union/Non-Exempt 

Joint Meeting of Essex and Union Counties, a Wastewater Treatment Facility in Elizabeth, NJ is seeking a Full-time Site Services worker.

Performs janitorial/custodial, general housekeeping, washing windows, vacuuming, mopping, floor stripping and waxing, polishing, landscaping, grounds keeping, laborer, carpentry, plumbing, and masonry duties requiring skill in the use of power tools, such as, but not limited to: saws, drills, routers, planes & sanders. and be able to operate heavy equipment, such as, but not limited to: backhoe, loadlugger, tractor, trucks and other standard shift vehicles. Installations and repairs using various epoxies, mastics, joint compound, industrial caulking, primers and paints. Performs repairs, replacement of hardware, locks, closers, hinges, glass, frames access panels, roof hatches docks etc. Uses asphalt patch products, sealers and various repair products. Uses hand and power tools such as shovels, rakes wheel barrels, rollers, grinders, jack hammers, trowels, rakes, etc.

Mixes, pours and floats cement, mortar and concrete, plasters and lays brick and block.
Communicates effectively and coherently both orally and in writing with internal staff, coworkers, external
contacts, visitors and the public. Performs routine mathematical calculations such as but not limited to addition, subtraction, multiplication, division using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals. Must be physically able to perform work activities that require constant heavy lifting, bending, pulling, stretching, carrying, walking, etc. in an environment that may be dusty, dirty, or pollen-laden, with extremes of temperature.

Schedule is Monday through Friday from 0630 hours to 1500 hours. Some overtime and on-call hours are
required.

Qualifications
 Must possess and maintain a valid N.J. driver’s license.
 High School diploma or equivalency required
 Trade School diploma preferred or obtain within 2 years of hire.
 Vocational courses in carpentry and masonry preferred
 Five (5) years of related work experience required in buildings and grounds that may include, but not be
limited to construction, plumbing, carpentry, masonry and other related trades
 Candidates must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license.

Please forward resume, along with salary requirements to: [email protected].

An Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

Line Maintenance Worker (2-7-23)

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

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

This position is covered by a collective bargaining agreement and includes a comprehensive
benefits package offering paid vacation, sick leave, personal time, holidays, health benefits, and
participation in the New Jersey Public Employees Retirement System.

To view the complete position description and to obtain an employment application, please
visit www.tomsrivermua.org.  Interested candidates should submit a resume and completed
application by close of business on 3/1/23. Applications and resumes may be emailed to
[email protected] or mailed to 340 W. Water St, Toms River, NJ 08753 attention
Bernie Rutkowski.

Sewer Utility Operator Apprenticeship (2-7-23)

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

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

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

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

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

Operations Shift Supervisor (2-6-23)

Wastewater Treatment Facility in Northern NJ is seeking an individual who will supervise and coordinate the activities of the plant operators during the assigned rotating shift. Also responsible for monitoring the plant operation and process. 

Summary of Qualifications: Candidate must possess a High School degree or GED. College degree in Biology, Chemistry or related field preferred. Minimum 3 years experience in a wastewater treatment plant operations department plus 3 years supervisory experience. Satisfactory completion of NJDEP certified basic and advanced wastewater operations courses required. Possession and maintaining of a minimum of an S-1 license required or ability to obtain same within one year from the date of hire.

Applicant shall have the ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing to all levels of employees.

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

Interested and qualified applicants who are interested in applying may forward their resume, along with salary requirements to [email protected]

An Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. NJL 6-30-2020

Electrician (2-6-23)

Joint Meeting of Essex & Union Counties,(www.jmeuc.com.) a Wastewater Treatment facility located in Elizabeth, NJ, is seeking a full time, permanent Electrician to work with team members within the Electrical Department as well as with operational team members in other departments.   Under the direction of the Electrical Supervisor, the qualified candidate must possess knowledge of industrial/commercial electrical circuitry and control systems, be able to read and follow schematics, comprehend wiring diagrams and prints and be familiar with approved methods. Candidate must be knowledgeable in NEC code requirements and safety standards. 

The ideal candidate shall possess a minimum of 4 Years electrical experience, preferably in a wastewater or industrial environment. Candidate should have a valid NJ Electrical license (preferred), at a minimum, Qualified Journeyman Certificate. A valid driver’s license is required.  Position is represented by Teamsters Local 641.

Salary range  $35.57 ($73,985) to $43.76 ($91,020)

Benefits include Pension (NJ Public Employees), Health Benefits, Vacation, Personal Days, Sick Days, 401K Plan

Resumes may be forwarded to [email protected].

Women and Minorities are encouraged to apply. An Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

Regulatory Compliance Assistant (1-27-23)

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

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

The Authority offers a competitive salary of $60,000.00 – $65,000.00.  We offer a strong benefits package that includes NJ State health benefits, pension (PERS), and generous paid time off and holidays. Relocation is not available. Candidates in Ocean County are preferred. For immediate consideration, please apply today at www.ocua.com and click on Careers.

 

Operator (1-25-23)

MIDDLESEX COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY  

JOB TITLE: Operator

DEPARTMENT: Operations DIVISION: Wastewater
LOCATION: CTP/as assigned EXEMPT: No
SALARY LEVEL: N-4 ($40,000.00- $80,580.00) SHIFT: Yes
REPORTS TO: Shift Supervisor REVISED: 3/22/2021
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Must be available for holiday, “call-in” and overtime work.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

The MCUA is an Equal
Opportunity Employer (EEO/AA), employees are also eligible for MCUA’s License Stipend
Program.

Laboratory Technician I (1-25-23)

MIDDLESEX COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY  

JOB OPENING
JOB TITLE: Laboratory Technician I

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Compliance Analyst (1-25-23)

MIDDLESEX COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY  

JOB OPENING
JOB TITLE: Compliance Analyst

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Instrumentation Technician (1-25-23)

DEPARTMENT: Maintenance DIVISION:
Wastewater
LOCATION: Central Treatment Plant/ As assigned EXEMPT: No
SALARY LEVEL: N-6 ($40,060-$92,290.00) SHIFT: No
REPORTS TO: Electrical Foreman/ As assigned REVISED: 6/07/2021
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Must be available to work “on-call” and overtime  

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

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

Visually inspect, observe, and test instrumentation apparatus, machinery, wiring, equipment, and
systems including pneumatic, digital, electro-hydraulic, computer/PLC driven equipment,
variable frequency drives, and related instrumentation devices.

Using volt or ohm meters, computer diagnostic tools, or other equipment, perform tests to detect
malfunctions and discuss variations with supervisor or other workers to diagnose problem and
make repairs.

Dismantle defective instrumentation, systems, and controls and install new or repaired parts.

Troubleshoot and repair industrial electrical apparatus including, but not limited to, rotating
equipment and control systems using schematics, diagrams, and drawings.

Test electronic circuitry and electrical components.

Adjust controls and equipment to manufacturers specifications.

Inspect and make repairs to microprocessors, printer circuit board components, digital or
human/machine interfaces, and related wiring, including removal and installation of electrical
boards.

Install and test new equipment to provide feedback on how well the apparatus complies with the
plans and specifications.

Conduct periodic testing and calibration of fire alarms, chemical alarms, gas detectors, and other
safety equipment used to alert employees of hazards in the workplace.

Perform testing, maintenance, repairs, and adjustments to telemetry equipment used throughout
the CTP or within the Authority’s collection system.

Execute requirements of preventive maintenance programs, including calibrations and the
preparation of records and documentation.

Comply with applicable safety and health policies and procedures.

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

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

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

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

OTHER SKILLS and ABILITIES: Thorough knowledge of and ability to repair, maintain,
and troubleshoot industrial electrical equipment and apparatus, including rotating equipment,
instrumentation, and control systems. Working knowledge of and ability to implement approved
methods, code requirements, and accepted standards and safety practices for industrial and
Authority electrical maintenance. Ability to utilize computerized diagnostic equipment.
Knowledge of and ability to use hand and power tools of the trade as well as specialized tools
and equipment such as digital meters, Transmission and/or instrument calibration test equipment
or procedures. Working knowledge of low voltage circuitry, circuit boards, and microprocessors.
Basic knowledge of layout and Solid State control theory and loop testing. Ability to read blueprints and make diagrams. Ability to understand and follow instructions and be
knowledgeable of plant safety procedures, rules, and regulations. Ability to work alone or
harmoniously with associates and supervisors. Ability to receive and give oral or written
instructions and training. Must be able and willing to utilize appropriate respirators or other
safety equipment/PPE required in the performance of maintenance duties. Confined space
training and certification required.

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

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

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

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

The MCUA is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EEO/AA), employees are also eligible for
MCUA’s License Stipend Program.

Electrician (1-25-23)

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

Assists with preparation of reports and performs other assigned tasks.
Complies with applicable safety and health policies and procedures and performs other duties as
assigned.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Automation Engineer II (1-25-23)

MIDDLESEX COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY  

JOB OPENING
JOB TITLE: Automation Engineer II

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Asset Manager (1-25-23)

MIDDLESEX COUNTY UTILITIES AUTHORITY  

JOB OPENING
JOB TITLE: Asset Manager

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Operator (1-24-23)

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

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

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

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

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

Wastewater Operations Manager (1-11-23)

Township of Ocean Sewerage Authority, Monmouth County. 

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

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

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

Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator (1-6-23)

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

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

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

Collection System Maintenance Operator (1-6-23)

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

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

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

Engineering Maintenance Operator (1-6-23)

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

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

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

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

Mount Holly Municipal Utilities Authority 

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

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

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