Water Plant Maintenance Worker I
City of Ottawa
The City of Ottawa, Kansas is recruiting for a Water Plant Maintenance Worker I position. Responsibilities include cleaning, lubricating, repairing, or replacing motors, pumps and valves to assure the safe and continuous operation of the Water Plant.
Must progressively acquire Water Operator certification by the Kansas Department of Health and Environment up to and including Class II within 12 months of the first eligibility date for obtaining a given certification level. Class IV certification preferred by five year employment anniversary.
Salary range: $17.07 to $23.90 per hour DOQ
Date closed: October 8, 2017
Water Distribution/Wastewater Collection Assistant Superintendent
City of Ottawa
Under the supervision of the Superintendent, the Assistant Superintendent performs supervisory and manual labor in maintaining water and sewer lines for the City of Ottawa. Responsibilities include installing new water and sewer service and repairing sewer lines and manholes. This employee is responsible for the operation of heavy equipment used in the performance of assigned tasks.
The ideal candidate will have a minimum of three (3) years of water distribution, sewer collection system maintenance and construction experience is required. Minimum 1 year experience working with GIS is preferred
Salary: $23.49 to $34.07 per hour depending on qualifications
Date closed: September 24, 2017
The HVAC Technician will maintain, repair, and install Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration, also known as HVAC/R, equipment in all WaterOne facilities. They will perform vibration monitoring and dynamic balancing on cooling fans and blowers, preventive maintenance to all HVAC/R equipment including inspections, adjustments, cleaning, and calibrations to ensure proper operation of equipment.
The purpose of this position is to maintain all WaterOne machinery by performing mechanical maintenance and repairs on water treatment equipment, pumping equipment, and plumbing systems at all WaterOne facilities as directed. They will perform all major and minor maintenance on well pump equipment, elevated tanks, pump stations, pressure points, automatic valves, pressure regulating valves, hydraulically operated equipment, chemical feed equipment, pneumatic chemical conveying and transfer systems. They will also be responsible for maintaining and repairing all types of piping including water, air, hydraulic and drain as well as alignment of pumps, motors and gearboxes.
The Maintenance Planner/Scheduler will provide the facilities maintenance planning and scheduling services for WaterOne. This position will assist with improving maintenance workforce effectiveness by eliminating potential for delays and obstacles through proper planning and coordination of parts, equipment, personnel, and contractors through the use of WaterOne’s ERP system and other planning and organization techniques.