Do you have a passion for learning about water treatment? Interested in pursuing or already working towards a water treatment license? Apply now for this exciting opportunity!
Under close supervision performs a variety of semi-skilled maintenance work, and operate a variety of equipment in the operation, repair, maintenance of water, belt press and lift station facilities.
- Monitor the performance of all equipment, gauges and charts in the treatment plant and pump stations; reports problems to others as they are encountered.
- Under close supervision, operate, maintain, and repair malfunctions at the water treatment plant; repair gauges, pumps, filters, and other controls and equipment
- Collect samples and identify concentrations of chemical, physical, or biological characteristics of water and wastewater as required in accordance with local, state, and federal requirements.
- Become trained and perform water and wastewater quality control tests using appropriate methodology.
- Respond to call-out as required in a timely fashion.
- Respond to Tampa Bay complaints/inquires and report information to a senior operator or supervisor.
- Under supervision, operate and maintain lift stations and water pump stations: under supervision, operate and maintain storage tanks
- Under supervision, Inspect and/or repair disinfection equipment, booster pumping stations, read meters and check lift stations at frequent intervals to ensure that all aspects of the systems are functioning properly
- Maintain a variety of records relating to inspections, maintenance activity, water supply, consumption, etc.
- Perform all duties in conformance to appropriate safety, environmental, and security standards.
- Assist maintenance personnel as needed
- Learn belt press operations
- General housekeeping
- Maintain active SEDA membership
- Knowledge of AWP corporate policies within one month of hire
- Knowledge of AWP safety and environmental policies, practices and procedures within 1 year of hire
- Basic knowledge of chemistry, biology, mathematics, hand tools and mechanical repair
- Skill in planning, scheduling, prioritizing, and coordinating work within assigned work area
- Skill in the use of motorized vehicles and equipment such as forklifts, heavy trucks, tamper, portable generators, portable pumps, ditch witch, etc. as required
- Skill in the use of power tools such as saws, compressors, sanders, grinders, etc. as required
- Skill in the use of common hand tools
- Skill in the use of communications equipment such as mobile radio, etc.
- Ability to remain alert and attentive to job requirements and co-workers
- Ability to work in a team environment
- Experience: 0-1 years of experience in water or wastewater operations maintenance or construction.
- H.S. diploma or G.E.D.
- Champions safety
- Customer obsessed
- Cultivates innovation
- Nimble learning
- Drives Results
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