The Ocean County Utilities Authority, a public wastewater treatment facility consisting of three treatment plants and 40 pumping stations, is presently seeking an experienced Wastewater Treatment Operator for its 32 MGD Northern Water Pollution Control Facility (a secondary wastewater treatment facility) located in Brick, New Jersey. This facility uses a conventional activated sludge treatment process.
The Authority offers a competitive salary ranging from $56,160+ based on qualifications and experience. We offer a strong benefits package that includes NJ State health benefits, pension (PERS), and generous paid time off and holidays. Relocation is not available. Candidates in Ocean County are preferred. For immediate consideration, please email your resume and a cover letter to email@example.com or mail to OCUA, Attention: HR, PO Box P, Bayville, NJ 08721. View the complete job description on our career website at www.ocua.com.
The Ocean County Utilities Authority
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Experience operating a public wastewater treatment system is required. The candidate must possess a New Jersey DEP S-1, 2, 3, or 4 License. Must be able to perform laboratory tests necessary to monitor and control plant processes, work rotating shifts and be able to provide direction to certain personnel when necessary. Must be computer literate and possess good written and verbal communication skills.
The Ocean County Utilities Authority is a regional wastewater reclamation system which operates three wastewater treatment facilities with a total combined capacity of eighty million (80) gallons per day. The collection system consists of forty (40) pumping stations, approximately two hundred (200) miles of force main and gravity lines, and three ocean outfall lines which serve thirty-one (31) mun...icipalities in Ocean County and five (5) municipalities in Monmouth County. On average more than ninety percent (90%) of the pollutants normally found in the wastewater received are removed before discharge of the treated effluent to the ocean at points over a mile from shore at depths of forty (40) feet or more, with high dilution ratios. This system replaced approximately forty (40) package sewerage treatment plants that in some cases provided significantly lower levels of treatment and discharged effluent into inland streams, bays, and outfalls only short distances from shore. The citizens of Ocean County are indeed fortunate to have state-of-the-art treatment facilities available to accommodate both present and future growth as well as a dedicated group of hardworking personnel doing their best to protect the public health and environment. Without their skills, expertise and above all their commitment, operation of the Authority's treatment facilities would be impossible.