The Wastewater Reclamation Facility is a brand new 3.6-9.0 MGD IFAS mechanical wastewater treatment plant. The plant includes screening grit removal , clarification, UV disinfection, Biological Nutrient Removal, and a new administration building with a full lab. The treated effluent will be recycled for use at the facility and for industrial purposes.
The City of Dickinson is looking for a Full-Time Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator to work in this state-of-the-art facility!
Duties include (but are not limited to):
General operation of Plant equipment
Sampling and Laboratory analysis
Servicing and preventative maintenance of equipment
Other duties as assigned
North Dakota Class A Commercial Driver’s License vehicle/trailer in excess of 10,000 pounds with appropriate endorsements – must obtain within probationary period
Wastewater Treatment Class I Certification – must obtain within 3 years of hire;
North Dakota Department of Health pH Certification – must obtain within 2 years of hire
Must pass Pre-Employment Drug Screen, Background Check, and Reference Check
To apply, please submit the required City application and Pre-Interview Questionnaire, available at www.dickinsongov.com.
The City offers competitive benefits! Please visit our website for full position details.
For more information, please contact Amy at 701-456-7033 or email email@example.com.
An Equal Opportunity Employer.
Additional Salary Information: Wage includes $2.50 per hour Skill-Based Pay for ND Class A CDL (must obtain within the probationary period)
Dickinson, North Dakota, gateway to Theodore Roosevelt National Park and home to Dickinson State University, is a home rule city that services a population of 25,000-30,000. Dickinson is centrally located in southwestern North Dakota, the midpoint between Fargo, North Dakota and Billings, Montana. We are also located less than an hour’s drive from Lake Sakakawea, the largest of the mainstream rese...rvoirs on the Missouri river, which is a wonderful fishing and recreation resource. Due to this strategic location, and the resulting regional social and economic influence, it was known for decades by the nickname “Queen City of the Prairies.” This nickname was used as early as 1906, and legend has it that it was selected through a contest sponsored by the Dickinson Press. The Dickinson Commercial Club (now the Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce) published a variety of material promoting Dickinson as the Queen City, especially in the early 1900s when they were lobbying hard to acquire a state college (now Dickinson State University). While other stories exist to explain the nickname, most of them have been discredited through research. Many regional commerce centers throughout the United States and Canada promote themselves as their region’s Queen City due to the positive imagery of a nurturing woman and the association with a lush and bountiful region. As Dickinson is also the gateway to the great American West, Medora, and Theodore Roosevelt National Park, it has also been branded by its modern nickname: “The Western Edge.”