The Water Treatment Plant Superintendent is responsible for the continuous operation and maintenance of a Class IV Water Supply Works and the delivery of safe, clear and sufficient water to the community. The Water Treatment Plant Superintendent is a division head, within the Utilities Department. This position reports to the Director of Utilities and at times will be required to consult with various Department Heads. The incumbent is expected to work closely with other City departments and division heads to integrate related work activities. This position must also communicate and exchange information with state regulatory agencies, vendors, consulting engineers, news media, civic organizations, and city and county residents.
A more detailed Position Description, Benefit Summary and Job Application form is available from the City’s web site www.sidneyoh.com and from the Receptionist at 201 W. Poplar St. Sidney, OH 45365.
To apply: Go to our website www.sidneyoh.com, Departments, Employment Opportunities and complete the application at the bottom of the Job Posting, then submit: cover letter, resume & application to Lynn Shuster, Receptionist by November 27, 2017 by 5:00pm. Mail to 201 W. Poplar St. Sidney OH 45365, Fax: 937 498-8160 or email: Vallen@sidneyoh.com.
An associate’s degree or ability to obtain within 24 months. Bachelor’s degree in science or engineering preferred.
Experience in a Superintendent position, preferred.
A valid Ohio Class IV Water Supply certificate or a Class III certificate, with the ability to obtain a Class IV certificate within the time limit required by the EPA.
A minimum of five (5) years experience in a Class III plant or higher or Bachelor’s degree in Science or Engineering with three years in a supervisory role
Extensive knowledge of operation of a lime-soda water treatment plant and the associated lab work.
Ability to effectively communicate with the public and co-workers.
Mechanical ability and experience in the maintenance of a water treatment plant.
A valid Drivers License.
Knowledge of the Ohio EPA’s rules and regulations for Backflow Prevention and Cross Contamination of water supplies.
The City of Sidney is a vibrant, attractive community encouraging the values of livability, growth, revitalization and conservation, within a safe, healthy and sustainable environment. The City of Sidney is located 40 miles north of Dayton on I-75 with four interstate exits (90 through 94). We have a population of 20, 000 and a land area of 11.7 square miles . The City of Sidney has diversi...ty industries including agriculture, manufacturing, technology and health care. Our community is known for its outstanding park and recreation system. The City of Sidney has 14 neighborhood parks and is home to Tawawa Park. Tawawa Park has 219 acres with walking trails, fishing, picnicking and is home to the municipal swimming pool. Our community offers economic diversity with four I-75 exits, CSX railroad and Sidney Municipal Airport. Our educational systems include strong public schools and private school options. Upper Valley JVS and Edison State College are located with 10 miles of Sidney.