Assistant Manager – Facilities Maintenance
Under the supervision of the Manager – Facilities Maintenance, assists in the planning, direction, and management of all aspects of the Maintenance Shops including maintaining the facilities and equipment in the best condition possible at the lowest possible cost. Assists Manager – Facilities Maintenance in developing departmental vision and in providing leadership pertaining to the maintenance of WaterOne’s facilities and equipment. Assists in providing WaterOne employees with operable facilities and equipment that allow them to efficiently and safely perform their job.
The purpose of this position is for the operation of a highly technical water treatment and distribution process. The Operations Technician I shall endeavor to meet or exceed all state and federal water quality standards and regulations; meet or exceed Board policies, goals and expectations; promote security of WaterOne’s water system; make routine decisions concerning process chemistry, chemical dosage, mechanical equipment operations and distribution system operation; balance flows to basins and reservoirs and maintain system water storage requirements. This position is also responsible for promoting safety, environmental stewardship and cost efficiency.
Water Distribution/Wastewater Collection Maintenance Worker I
City of Ottawa
Under the supervision of the Water Distribution/Wastewater Collection Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent, or Crew Chief, the Water Distribution/Wastewater Collection Maintenance Worker I makes repairs and performs maintenance on all aspects of the water distribution and sewer collection system. Examples of duties would be assisting with the repairs and replacement of valves, hydrants, water taps, and meters. This employee will assist with the safe operation of heavy equipment used in the performance of assigned tasks.
Expiration: March 3, 2019
Salary: Grade 6 - $13.38 to $18.06
WaterOne (Lenexa, KS)
The purpose of the Project Engineer is to provide detailed designs, calculations, cost estimates, plans, drawings, specifications for contract documents, and evaluations of various types of water works improvement projects. Coordinate engineering and administration of construction between WaterOne and other utilities, engineering firms, developers, and public works entities. Operate in a consulting capacity to other departments on technical engineering issues when assigned.