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Bear River Water Conservancy DISTRICT


Certified Water Operator


Bear River Water Conservancy District in Brigham City has an opening for a full-time Certified Water Operator.  


Please visit our website BRWCD.com for complete job description, benefits offered, and employment application.  


Follow this link to access website Employment – BRWCD 


Contact our office with any questions 435-723-7034.

 









JOB SUMMARY

The Wasatch Front Waste and Recycling District, formerly the Salt Lake County Sanitation Division is in search of an adaptable leader preferably with public sector human resource management experience and education in HR management, or a related field.

Our team provides waste and recycling collections to over 85,000 homes within 14 municipalities in Salt Lake County. Our team is looking for someone who will engage in leadership development, get to know our entire team of 94 full-
time employees and strengthen employee engagement and development.

This position reports to the General Manager and oversees all human resource functions and activities for the District while serving as an active member of the leadership team. Provides leadership and guidance in planning, policy, performance management, staffing, compensation and benefits, employee relations, and investigations. Fosters a culture of leadership development and engagement among all employees.

Other responsibilities include, working with management to keep the District in compliance with all laws, statues and regulations related to human resource management in the Public Sector. Oversees all human resource functions and activities for the District while serving as a member of the leadership team.

CLICK HERE FOR A COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:

http://www.wasatchfrontwaste.org

604 W 6960 S Midvale, UT 84047 385 468-6327

hr@wasatchfrontwaste.org

Position #1232021 HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER RA










WASATCH FRONT WASTE AND RECYCLING DISTRICT


WASTE AND RECYCLING COLLECTIONS MANAGER


JOB SUMMARY

Responsible for the management of the daily collections of residential and non-residential waste and recycling. This is a leadership position responsible for managing, supervising, evaluating, and training personnel; developing and effectively managing a program budget; planning
for and evaluating and reporting performance; and making recommendations to the Operations Manager and General Manager. The
Collections Manager is a member of the management team working closely with fellow managers, support staff, and administrators to ensure the District meets its mission and goals.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Six years of experience in a field closely related to these duties, or an equivalent combination of related education and experience. Two (2) years of experience must have been in a supervisory capacity and must be clearly documented on the application. Education and experience may not be substituted for the two (2) years of supervisory experience. Current Commercial Driver License and DOT medical card.

CLICK HERE FOR A COMPLETE JOB DESCRIPTION

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:

http://www.wasatchfrontwaste.org

604 W 6960 S Midvale, UT 84047 385 468-6327

hr@wasatchfrontwaste.org

Position #11102021 WASTE AND RECYCLING COLLECTIONS MANAGER RA






Wastewater/Water Operator  (Full-Time)

BENEFITS: HEALTH, DENTAL, VISION, STATE RETIREMENT

COMPENSATION: $16.00 TO $19.00 PER HOUR DOE 

CLOTHINGALLOWANCE: $600 ANNUALLY

EMAIL APPLICATION AND RESUME TO czenger@pmwsid.org 

APPLICATION:  Go to  www.pmwsid.org  for application



JOB SUMMARY

 Performs all necessary maintenance throughout the District as directed by the Operations Supervisor. Must respond to call-outs as needed.


JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

1.     Maintains and repairs all water mains, hydrants, meters, pumps and buildings.

a)     Determines location of valves to be shut down to make necessary repairs and informs propertyowners of water shut-down and turns valves off.

b)     Repairs or replaces any broken or defective parts of the District’s distribution system.

c)     Installs water meters and master valves to service extensions. Replaces and repairs defectivewater meters and master valves.

d)     Read water meters monthly.

e)     Follows all OSHA safety procedures and follows the Supervisor’s best judgments when dealing withsafety issues. Informs Supervisor when equipment breaks or is worn out.

f)      Operator will respond to alarms from SCADA system or from customers in order to ensure that adequate water is available, residents are safe, and the distribution system is in proper workingorder.

g)     The Operator will inspect booster and well-pumps and fill out a daily inspection report.

h)     Inspects fire hydrant and valves on a schedule established by the Supervisor.

i)      Responsible for proper safety precautions in compliance with OSHA standards.

j)      Will perform inspections of contractor work as per District Standard’s and Specifications.

K)     Add chemical, such as ammonia or chlorine, to disinfect water and other liquids

L)     Inspect manholes and lift stations daily and fill out a daily report

M)   Monitor operating conditions, meters, and gauges

N)    Collect and test water and sewage samples

O)    Record meter and gauge readings and operational data

P)     Document and report test results to regulatory agencies

Q)    Operate equipment to purify and clarify water to process or dispose of sewage

R)     Clean and maintain equipment, tanks, filter beds, and other work areas

S)     Follow U.S. Environmental Agency (EPA) regulations

T)     Ensure safety standards are met

U)    All duties are subject to change.

2.     Operator reports directly to the Operations Supervisor.


JOB REQUIREMENTS:

1.     Must be at least 18 years old.

2.     Must have a high school diploma or GED.

3.     Must live within 30 minutes of District boundaries in order to respond to emergencies adequately.

4.     Some knowledge of the principals, practices, and methods of water/sewer utility work.

5.     Ability to express oneself clearly and concisely, orally and in writing.

6.     Ability to relate well with the general public and supervisors.

7.     Must have, or be able to obtain, within a reasonable period of time, a Grade l Water and/or WastewaterOperator Certification issued by the State of Utah.

8.     Must have a valid driver license with no infractions with a 3-year period.

9.     Must be willing to work in adverse weather conditions.

10.  Must be willing to follow directions.

11.  Must be willing to take on-call and work overtime when necessary.

12.  Must have a positive attitude and be able to work well with others.

13.  Must be willing to submit a background check upon further consideration for employment.

14.  Must be willing to take and pass a physical upon further consideration for employment.

15.  Must be subject to drug testing when required by the District Manager or person directed by the District Manager, and in accordance with the District’s drug testing policy.


JOB WORKING CONDITIONS:

1.     Heavy physical effort. Must be capable of handling objects safely.

2.     Intermittent standing, sitting, crouching and walking.

3.     Frequent exposure to elements such as heat, cold and dampness.

4.     Could handle poisonous materials such as chlorine.

5.     Works in trenches with the danger of contact with natural gas, electricity, sewer lines, and other utilities.

6.     Will be working around heavy machinery and traffic.










Please send a cover letter, resume, and references to MSDJobs@msd.utah.gov or visit our direct website at https://msd.utah.gov/employment.

The Building Inspector performs building inspections on new and existing structures to ensure compliance with all applicable codes, ordinances, and relevant laws. The Building Inspector also reviews plans and specifications submitted for building permits for compliance to applicable codes, ordinances, and relevant laws. The Building Inspector may perform storm-water inspections as needed.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Inspects industrial, commercial, residential, and detached buildings during all phases of construction and/or remodeling to ensure compliance with State adopted International Codes and local ordinances.

  • Provides technical support and guidance to contractors, architects, engineers, and homeowners to answer questions and provide information about the application, inspection, and correction process.

  • Attends pre-construction meetings, on-site progress meetings, project acceptance meeting to communicate requirements with developers and contractors through all phases of work.

  • Inspects existing buildings for change of use or occupancy to ensure compliance with the adopted State Codes and local ordinances.

  • Maintains records of inspections and inspections results and keeps a daily work record, using standard inspection forms and/or computer. Document’s inspection results to verify inspection progress and completion.

  • Prepares, issues, and tracks necessary violation orders and notices needed to ensure compliance with adopted State Codes and local ordinances.

  • Performs on-site drainage, erosion, grading, and sediment control inspections on common residential or commercial land development projects, capital improvement projects and other related construction activities in accordance with Salt Lake County MS4 Permit requirements.

  • Conducts construction site inspections for compliance with Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP) and Utah Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (UPDES) provisions; creates and maintains reports and records of inspections.

  • Performs business license inspections including interpretations of existing non-complying conditions and situations; makes decisions as to required actions and corrections and issues notices on violations.

  • Inspects buildings on a complaint basis or after fires or natural disasters to determine if a dangerous condition exists; Works with owner to correct code deficiency, ensures that all requests for inspections regarding complaints are appropriately completed and followed through.

  • Maintains confidentiality of all privileged information, contributes to a team effort, and accomplishes related results as required.

  • Performs other functions as necessary or as assigned. MARGINAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
    Performs other functions as necessary or as assigned. NATURE OF WORK CONTACTS:

  • Interacts daily and coordinates with District personnel to discuss everyday operating situations.

  • Frequently collaborate and work closely with external agencies, service providers, and technology resource

    providers.

  • Interacts with customers to communicate and respond to their utility service concerns.

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MSD Building Inspector

• Must possess a valid Driver’s License issued by the State of Utah shall be required to operate a vehicle. TRAINING & QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Three (3) years of experience reading and interpreting blueprints and/or an equivalent combination of related education and experience. ICC Combination Residential Certification, ICC Combination Commercial Building Certification and State of Utah Combination Inspector license preferred at time of hiring; or any combination of education, experience, and training which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities listed in this job description.

  • Knowledge of building permit and plan processing procedures, construction terminology, State building, fire, life, and safety codes; principles and interpretation of the ICC Residential Code, ICC Building Code, lCC Existing Building Code, ICC Energy Code, ICC Plumbing, ICC Mechanical, National Electrical Code and Wildland-Urban Interface Code.

  • Conduct residential and commercial plan reviews; comprehend and apply technical information; organize and present information clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; use personal computers and related software applications, such as spreadsheets, database programs, project management software and office automation.

  • Work under pressure and with minimal supervision with interruptions and challenging deadlines

  • Supports the relationship between the MSD and the public by demonstrating courteous and cooperative

    behavior when interacting with citizens, visitors, and MSD staff; maintains confidentiality of work-related issues and proprietary MSD information; performs other duties as required or assigned.

    PHYSICAL/SENSORY DEMANDS:

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

    Salary Minimum $55,102.00; Salary Maximum $79,803.00