The Metropolitan Council Environmental Services (MCES) Division has vacancy for a WastewaterOperations Program Supervisor to provide leadership and management to continuous improvement initiatives including: 1) designing, developing, and maintaining job aids such as standard operating procedures (SOPs); 2) developing training and certification process and content; 3) leading structured on-the-job training efforts; and 4) leading root-cause analysis investigations.
Hiring Range: $69,451 to $81,000 / year
Full Salary Range: $69,451 to $98,530 / year
NOTE: Candidates who apply prior to December 18, 2017, will be given priority.
Bachelor degree in science, business management, wastewater, engineering, environmental science, or related field.
Four (4) years of experience in a technical role/operating a wastewater facility or equivalent industry (petrochemical plant or other industrial/manufacturing environment).
Two (2) years of lead or supervisory experience.
A valid driver's license is required.
A combination of education and experience may be substituted for the Bachelor's degree on a year for year basis.
Experience writing and publishing job aides such as standard operating procedures (SOPs), preferably using Arbortext authoring and content management software or a similar authoring software.
Experience designing, developing, delivering, and evaluating training.
Experience in team facilitation.
Technical writing experience
Experience in project management.
TO APPLY: Applicants MUST submit a Metropolitan Council online employment application - more information and application instructions at www.metrocouncil.org.
The Metropolitan Council is the regional planning agency providing essential services to the Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan area by providing reliable, efficient, and environmentally conscious public services to the region. The Council's Environmental Services Division (MCES) operates and maintains eight wastewater collection and treatment facilities in the metro area, and provides long-range planning to meet the region’s future water supply needs.