Perform tasks associated with the operation and preventive maintenance of our 52 MGD Wastewater Treatment Plant facilities & equipment. Shift work. Union.
Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook)
Wastewater operations and equipment associated with the treatment process
Preventive maintenance of wastewater treatment facilities
Knowledge of wastewater safety practices and emergency procedures
Wastewater chemistry, microbiology, math hydraulics, sampling procedures, chemical handling, sampling for laboratory analysis, and process computer system
Applications can be requested until
October 27, 2017
Missouri Class “D” Wastewater Operator Certification (currently possesses, or obtains 6 months from hire date)
Missouri Class “C” Wastewater Operator Certification (currently possesses, or obtains within two years from hire date).
Possess and maintain valid driver’s license and driving record satisfactory to the District and its insurance company.
Maintain WW Operator Certification as condition of employment.
Pass the required pre-employment physical examination with alcohol and drug screening as an initial condition of employment. Once employed, pass random/reasonable suspicion/post-accident alcohol and drug testing as a condition of employment.
Additional Salary Information: Starting salary is DOQ. Increase upon completion of introductory period and obtaining certification. Paid vacation, sick, holidays; retirement/pension, health insurance, dental insurance, tuition reimbursement, paid training to maintain certification.
The Little Blue Valley Sewer District is a quasi-public agency, created in 1968, to protect public health, and to preserve the water quality of the Little Blue and Missouri Rivers, through effective conveyance and treatment of wastewater. Our mission is to provide excellent wastewater services, which protect the public health and improve the environment of our region. In serving ten communities, t...wo private entities, and two counties in the Little Blue River and Middle Big Creek watersheds, the District strives to be a strong partner in regional planning and resource sharing, anticipating and responding to both environmental and economic needs. The system serves a population of 364,000 people through its 14 customers.