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Job Announcements









Canyonlands Solid Waste Authority is seeking form qualified individuals to apply for the position of Executive Director.

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The Position in Brief


Canyonlands Solid Waste Authority (CSWA) is seeking an Executive Director to lead this long- standing, public solid waste services agency for the 10,000 residents, and three million annual visitors of Grand County, Utah. CSWA will benefit from an experienced administrator who appreciates the complexities of managing a vertically integrated solid waste service provider with a volunteer Administrative Control Board comprised of a member of the Moab City Council member, a member of the Grand County Commission, a representative from Castle Valley, and two at large community members. While CSWA enjoys the support of the county and city governments within its boundaries, the Executive Director and staff are employed by CSWA and operate independently. The CSWA leadership team manages solid waste to address the challenges of providing comprehensive services in a region with significant daily and monthly volume variability. Demonstrating expertise in working with all phases of waste management, the Executive Director will provide leadership and collaborative day-to-day decision-making for all of CSWA's areas of responsibility including: MSW and recyclables collections, roll-offs, two landfills, and a recycling center. The Executive Director will balance everyday management challenges and long-term strategy to engage the Board and other community leaders in addressing cost efficiency and environmental sustainability.


How to Apply

To apply for this exciting opportunity, please provide your resume and letter of intent, salary expectations, and three professional references electronically to leanne@swssd1.org. 

The deadline to apply is July 10, 2022.

For additional information please contact HR Specialist Leanne Crowe, at (970)319-7057 or at leanne@swssd1.org or Office Manager LJ Blackburn at (435)259-6314 or at lblackburn@swssd1.org.

CSWA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. A complete Job Description can be obtained at the District website https://swssd1.org/careers/.










Washington County Water Conservancy District is seeking for qualified individuals to apply for the position of Water Quality Scientist.

GENERAL PURPOSE   

Responsible for performing technical work related to collecting and analyzing water samples, developing and implement water quality programs, preparing reports, calibrating equipment and cleaning and maintaining the lab.  Work will include becoming a certified level IV treatment plant operator and operating the Quail Treatment Plant. 

SUPERVISION RECEIVED 

Directly surprised by Operations Manager and Associate General Manager, Operations & Planning. 

EXERCISED 

None.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS 

  • Utilizes standard procedures to take water samples at plant and field facilities to be analyzed in-house or by contract labs. 
  • Develops and helps implement various water quality programs, such as, reservoirmonitoring and watershed protection programs. 
  • Monitors water quality and flow readings. 
  • Prepares and analyzes in-plant water samples for pH, TSS, TDS, turbidity, etc. 
  • Calibrates and maintains water quality meters and equipmentincluding gaschromatograph mass spectrometer and zeta potential meter. 
  • Cleans and maintains lab and lab equipment. 
  • Performs tests, studies and research to optimize plant performance and water quality. 
  • Maintains a variety of records related to water treatment plant activities and analysis. 
  • Monitors and compiles information for the issuance of state regulatory permits and prepares related reports. 
  • Monitors treatment plant chemical use and aids in procurement. 
  • Monitors and identifies algae in source waters, recommends and guides reservoir treatment. 
  • Assists with aquatic invasive species management. 
  • Performs the duties of a water treatment plant operator if needed. 
  • Other duties as assigned. 

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS 

Education and Experience: 

  1. A bachelor’s degree in chemistry, biology or closely related field; 

                         AND 

  1. At least one year of experience in a related field.  

                          OR 

  1. An equivalent combination of training and experience may also be considered. 



Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: 

Knowledge of: 

  • Standard laboratory and safety procedures.  
  • Advanced chemistry and algebra as related to water treatment.  
  • Operation and function of pumps, motors and related machinery as related to water treatment, including the proper use of hand and power tools.  

Ability to: 

  • Ability to compute rate, ratio and percent and to prepare and interpret bar graphs.   
  • Ability to be able to accurately mix chemicals and calculate flow rates and chemical dosages, reconcile feed pump calibrations, calculate disinfectant contact timecompliance, etc. 
  • Use District’s SCADA system for plant operation and monitoring; acquisition, interpretation, and reporting of data. 
  • Use a personal computer and software including email, appointment scheduling, and spreadsheets. 
  • Learn water plant layout and processes by manual or computerized control.  
  • Read and write in English at a college level.  
  • Understand and follow oral and written instruction.  
  • Establish working relationships with associates, employees of other agencies and the public.  

Special Qualifications: 

  • Must possess a valid Utah Driver’s License and maintain insurability under the District’s vehicle insurance policy.  
  • Must obtain Utah Water Treatment, Grade IV certification within one year of hire date.  
  • Must be willing to take and pass a pre-employment drug test and submit to a criminal background check.  

APPLICATION PROCESS:  Apply Here

Posting closes 07/05/2022











Bear River Water Conservancy District is seeking for qualified individuals to apply for the position of Assistant General Manager.

Position Overview: Bear River Water Conservancy District (BRWCD) is looking for a talented and dynamic individual to fill the role of Assistant General Manager. The ideal candidate will have a background in the engineering/sciences field, have practical field knowledge and experience, be an excellent leader, and have strong communication skills. BRWCD has five existing public water systems serving various areas in Box Elder County. We develop, conserve and protect water and water resources to serve the residents of Box Elder County. We are growing quickly and are looking for an individual primarily responsible for maintaining an asset management system and database records, coordinating work of water operators and providing support to the General Manager.

Click here for full details and application process.









Kearns Improvement District is seeking for qualified individuals to apply for the position of System Operator 1.


SALARY RANGE:   $21.25 - $26.25 per hour, depending on experience.

CLOSING DATE:  Friday, June 3rd, 2022

APPLICATION PROCESS:  Persons desiring to apply for this position may email their resume to:

Robert Lutz, Operations Manager
rlutz@kearnsid.org
5350 West 5400 South
Kearns, UT 
84118
801-968-1011





The Municipal Services District is searching for qualified candidates to apply for the position of Director of Finance.

Please click on the link to view a FULL JOB DESCRIPTION, and to APPLY for the position.







The Municipal Services District is searching for qualified candidates to apply for the position of Code Enforcement Officer.

Please click on the link to view a FULL JOB DESCRIPTION, and to APPLY for the position.







The Municipal Services District is searching for qualified candidates to apply for the position of Emigration Canyon Metro Township Administrator.

Please click on the link to view a FULL JOB DESCRIPTION, and to APPLY for the position.







Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation District is seeking to fill the position of Wastewater Collection System Operator I through IV to operate, maintain, inspect and repair the wastewater collection system. 

Experience with construction equipment and wastewater collection system operation desirable. Some computer skills necessary. 

Complete job descriptions available at www.sbwrd.org as well. 

A first review of applications and resume’s submitted is expected to take place on Friday, April 29, 2022.

The hiring annual salary for the prospective candidate is expected to range from $42,608 (no direct experience or certifications) to $86,577 (extensive, direct experience and all 4 certifications), depending on relevant experience and certification level. 

All applicants must have or be able to obtain a Utah Class A commercial driver license within six months of starting to work for the District. The successful candidate must also pass a post-offer, pre-employment drug screening and criminal background check. Excellent government benefits include full health and Utah State retirement plan. 

Applications available at www.sbwrd.org and will be accepted until position is filled

Send completed application and resume to Bryan Steele, Finance & HR Manager, to bsteele@sbwr.org or mail to Mr. Steele at 2800 Homestead Rd., Park City, UT 84098, (435) 649-7993. FAX (435) 649-8040. Please NOTE that the resume does not substitute for the required, completed application

The District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.










The Magna Water District is seeking for qualities candidates to apply for the position Water Operations Service Maintenance worker.

Job Summary:

Works on water construction and where required will maintain, repair, and install water system components.  Has knowledge of commonly used concepts, practices, and procedures set forth by the American Water Works Association industry standards in maintaining and operating a water production and distribution system.  Process incoming service orders within a 24-hour time period.

Starting Wage:  $18.62 - $25.87 per hour, or negotiable depending on experience..

Please submit resumes to raymond@magnawater.com and stevec@magnawater.com

Open until filled







Magna water DISTRICT

Water Operations Service Maintenance


Magna Water District is seeking qualified candidates for a Water Operations Service Maintenance worker. 

Job Summary:   Works on water construction and where required will maintain, repair, and install water system components. Has knowledge of commonly used concepts, practices, and procedures set forth by the American Water Works Association industry standards in maintaining and operating a water production and distribution system. Process incoming service orders within a 24-hour time period.

Starting Wage:   $18.627 - $25.871/per hour, or negotiable depending on experience.

To apply, send resume to raymond@magnawater.com

Closing date:  Open until filled.

Full job description can be found on cmfpd.com