SUMMARY: Skilled, specialized supervisory work in the operation of a wastewater treatment facility. Responsible for the continuous operation and maintenance of the facility on an assigned shift. Supervisor must be able to assess a situation and exercise initiative and independent judgment while responding to the circumstances.
WORK ASSIGNMENT: Required to work at part of a team for 4 - 10-hour shifts (which include holidays and weekends) Depending on the assignment night shift hours will be required and shifts may rotate.
EMERGENCIES: Employees in this classification are required to work irregular hours in emergency situations.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Performs various supervisory duties including staff performance evaluations, disciplinary actions, and ensures adequate shift coverage due to unforeseen circumstances.
On assigned shift, this position is responsible for regular inspections of the wastewater treatment plant, pumping stations, and sludge processing facility.
Works with, supervises, delegates, and instructs Treatment Plant Operators, Trainees, and maintenance staff to ensure safe and efficient operation and maintenance of a variety of equipment. Equipment includes, but is not limited to screens, grit collectors, sedimentation, and other tanks, pumps of various types, chlorinators and sludge processing equipment.
Works with, supervises, delegates, and instructs Treatment Plant Operators, Trainees, and maintenance staff in the timely completion of general housekeeping duties at the facility such as sweeping and mopping floors, scraping and painting, grounds maintenance, cleanliness and safety of assigned employees' work areas.
May be required to operate fork lift.
Training and Experience:
Graduation from high school or completion of GED
Valid State of Florida Class "B" Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator's License is required.
At least four (4) years certified operation experience, with one year of supervisory experience desired.
Certification in hazardous materials, chlorine safety, and related areas is preferred.
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Additional Salary Information: Hiring Range: $44,990.40 to $50,000 (depending on qualifications)
Generous full health and wellness benefits package
Largo is located in the heart of Pinellas County along the Gulf Coast of West Central Florida just west of Tampa. Established in 1905, Largo has grown to become the 4th largest city in the Tampa Bay Area and is home to over 75,000 residents.Our Mission: Provide superior services that enhance the quality of life and community pride.Our Vision: Be recognized as a vibrant, distinctive community with ...a dynamic, diverse, innovative, and high-performance workforce that provides superior services through responsible stewardship.City-Wide Priorities: Focus on customer service, maintain and improve infrastructure, promote a positive business environment, and promote environmental sustainability and conservation.