THE OPPORTUNITY - Directs the day-to-day operations of assigned activities within the District's Pretreatment/ Industrial Waste Control Program. Assists the Regulatory Compliance Officer in the ongoing design, development, and administration of the Program. Works under the direction of the Regulatory Compliance Officer. Supervises Pretreatment staff, including the Senior Industrial Waste Specialist, Industrial Waste Specialists, Industrial Waste Investigators, and Amalgam Control Program Investigators, as assigned.
Directs the routine activities of the Pretreatment/Industrial Waste Control Program, including permit writing and review, reports and correspondence review, inspection, monitoring, enforcement and special projects as assigned.
Directs the preparation of reports for state and federal regulatory agencies as well as District management.
Directs the activities of assigned Pretreatment staff, including the investigation of industries of possible inclusion in the Pretreatment/Industrial Waste Control Program and field investigations of potentially illegal or harmful discharges to the sanitary sewer system.
Coordinates ongoing industrial waste sampling programs and oversees the evaluation of requests for discharging various types of wastes into the sanitary sewer system.
Coordinates ongoing updates to the District’s Industrial Waste Survey and ensures the District’s industrial waste databases are developed and maintained in a beneficial and efficient manner
Recommends, implements, and oversees changes to the Pretreatment/Industrial Waste Control Program to ensure that the program is in compliance with federal and state requirements, and is fully protective of District operations.
Provides technical support to connectors and industries, including notification and explanation of their responsibilities and actions required under the Pretreatment/Industrial Waste Control Program.
Keeps informed of all applicable local, state, and federal regulations and guidance governing industrial waste discharges as well as monitoring and reporting requirements.
Evaluates performance and skill levels of employees; provides training, counseling, and discipline as needed. Participates in selecting new personnel when necessary.
Performs other scientific and administrative tasks as assigned.
Bachelor's degree in science (e.g., chemistry, biology, environmental, engineering), or other related field or equivalent combination of experience and education (see below), previous supervisory experience and previous experience as a Senior Industrial Waste Specialist or an Industrial Waste Specialist or equivalent level position. Must have good communication and supervisory skills and the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.
Equivalency equals two years of directly related professional experience for every year of education not completed. The stated experience requirement is in addition to any experience used to meet the education equivalency. For this position, in addition to the required Industrial Waste Specialist or equivalent level position experience, equivalency would be an Associate’s Degree in Science plus 4years of directly related professional experience or 8 years of directly related experience without a degree.
Working knowledge of industrial wastewater control monitoring and analysis. Three or more years’ experience in industrial waste control program administration. Two or more years of supervisory experience.
Additional Salary Information: COMPETITIVE SALARY & BENEFITS package includes comprehensive health/dental/vision/life/LTD/AD&D insurances, defined contribution retirement plan, optional deferred compensation program, and reimbursed health/fitness & educational assistance programs.TO APPLY - Visit www.metrowastewater.comAn Equal Opportunity Employer-Non Smoking and Fragrance-Free Facility-Drug Screen & Background Check Required of Finalists
ABOUT US - We provide wastewater conveyance and treatment services for 1.7 million people in the Denver Metro area and are a nationally recognized leader in our industry. We own and operate approximately 230 miles of interceptor sewer that conveys wastewater from 59 local municipalities to the 220 MGD Robert W. Hite Treatment Facility (RWHTF) and our newly opened Northern Treatment Plant in Brighton, CO.