Job Postings


Job Title: Water Reclamation Facility Shift Supervisor – Jefferson County

Job Title: Water Reclamation Facility Shift Supervisor

Hourly Pay Range: $19.79 – $30.69

Summary:

Water Reclamation Facility (WRF) Shift Supervisors are typically responsible for supervising WRF operators of all levels and ensuring proper and safe plant operations. A person working in this position is expected to oversee and at times participate in the operation and general and preventative maintenance of various equipment, stations, buildings and locations throughout the Water Reclamation Facility. Shift supervisors are also responsible for conducting and monitoring training of WRF staff to provide knowledge and understanding of work processes to ensure compliance with procedures and standards.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Driver’s license.
  • Valid Grade IV Wastewater Certification from the Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM).
  • Experience operating in a Class III or Class IV municipal wastewater treatment plant, performing activities involving the wastewater treatment processes and equipment, water quality testing, and recording information for reports.

Application Deadline: Open Continuously, however, the position can close at any time.

To apply: www.jobsquest.org

Questions: Call (205) 325-5249 or email [email protected]


Job Title: Water Reclamation Facility Shop Supervisor – Jefferson County

Job Title: Water Reclamation Facility Shop Supervisor

Hourly Pay Range: $19.79 – $30.69

Summary:

Water Reclamation Facility Shop Supervisors are responsible for planning, assigning, and reviewing the work of maintenance staff working in water reclamation facilities.  Incumbents in this position are responsible for ensuring maintenance activities are completed and documented properly.  Work may also include monitoring the maintenance shop’s inventory and budget. Incumbents in this position must work closely with water reclamation facility managers to ensure that maintenance work does not interfere with daily operations. The work is performed in a water reclamation facility.  Working in and around water reclamation facilities can expose incumbents in this position to potentially hazardous conditions, including working around dangerous equipment, and exposure to foul odors, and fumes.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Driver’s license.
  • Experience in industrial mechanical field repairing and maintaining  equipment such as pumps, blowers, motors, gear boxes, engines, etc.
  • Experience operating industrial machine shop equipment such as lathes, drill presses, milling machines, cut-off saws, hydraulic presses, grinders, cutting and welding equipment, etc. to fabricate or repair machine parts.
  • Experience reading and interpreting blueprints, schematics, and specification manuals.
  • Experience using email software, word processing software, and spreadsheet software.

Application Deadline: Friday, September 27, 2019.

To apply: www.jobsquest.org

Questions: Call (205) 325-5249 or email [email protected]


Job Title: Water Reclamation Facility Operator IV – Jefferson County

Job Title: Water Reclamation Facility Operator IV

Hourly Pay Range: $17.94 – $27.84

Typical Job Duties:

    • Conducts preventative maintenance techniques on Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) operating equipment to ensure proper and safe plant operations.
    • Maintains plant equipment by replacing, rotating and cleaning clarifiers, presses, belts, pits, pumps, basins, UV module, sand filter system, etc.
    • Collects samples, conducts field and lab tests, performs laboratory tests, records calculations and test results and transposes results into monthly operating reports for submission.
    • Performs detailed inspections of the wastewater flow and the operating equipment and make necessary adjustments to ensure proper functioning.
    • Supervises subordinates involved in a variety of WWTP operations by assigning and delegating job duties, scheduling employees, and reviewing performance to ensure compliance with federal guidelines within the state permit.
    • Trains subordinates involved in a variety of WWTP operations by developing training programs, staying abreast with current wastewater guidelines, teaching courses, and providing orientation for new employees.
    • Communicates pertinent information regarding WWTP operations and guidelines to organization staff, public, and governing agencies.
    • Maintaining WWTP equipment inventory such as spare parts, lubricants, custodial, and laboratory supplies in order to ensure plant operations are uninterrupted.
    • Preparing annual budget for the WWTP by making budgeting requests, recommendations, and acquisitions for submission to the county commission in order to ensure that all resources for various plant operations are maintained.
    • Regulates plant processes depending on various settings, flow movement and other variables.
    • Gathers information from plant equipment and gauges, records readings and reports any malfunctions.
    • Maintains plant grounds by cleaning floors, walkways, buildings, removing trash and debris and performing repairs as necessary.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Possession of a valid Driver’s License.
  • Possession of an ADEM Wastewater Operator Grade IV Certification.

Application Deadline: Open Continuously, however, the position can close at any time.

To apply: www.jobsquest.org

Questions: Call (205) 325-5249 or email [email protected]


Job Title: Civil Engineer – Jefferson County

Job Title: Civil Engineer

Salary Pay Range: $52,520.00 – $81,473.60

Typical Job Duties:

Designs public infrastructure facilities, including drainage structures, sanitary sewers, roads, bridges, and culverts using accepted civil engineering practices, jurisdiction-specific standards and specifications, and nationally recognized engineering codes, standards, or regulations. Works closely with engineering consultants and external contractors on construction projects that were designed by engineering consultants. Directs and assists sub-professional engineering staff (e.g., Engineering Inspectors, etc.) in the field. Interacts with interested parties (e.g., developers, contractors, engineers, surveyors, governmental agencies) going through the jurisdiction’s permitting process. Reviews proposed construction plans to ensure they safeguard the health, safety, and welfare of the public; use accepted civil engineering practices; and comply with applicable codes, regulations and standards. Conducts engineering studies and prepares reports and recommendations based on the study’s results. Investigates and responds to complaints or inquiries made by the public to the department or public officials. Minimum Qualifications:

  • Must possess a Fundamentals of Engineering License/Engineer in Training certification.
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license.
  • Must have a Bachelor’s degree or higher in Civil Engineering or a closely related engineering field (e.g., Structural, Environmental, etc.).

Application Deadline: Open Continuously, however, the position can close at any time.

To apply: www.jobsquest.org

Questions: Call (205) 325-5249 or email [email protected]


Job Title: Engineer – Hazen and Sawyer

Job Title: Engineer

Hazen and Sawyer, Birmingham, Alabama is looking for a competent Engineer with 4 to 6 years of experience working on wastewater treatment and conveyance projects. Candidate will work on projects including initial studies, conveyance system conceptual designs, sewer infrastructure design, and asset management related to the asset management program for Jefferson County. Field work and site visits from preliminary design through construction may be required. Ideal candidate is a team player and self-starter with exceptional organizational skills and has the ability to work independently, as well as in a team environment. Must have good communication, interpersonal and leadership skills. Must be detail oriented.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist in project management of multiple sanitary sewer related projects
  • Assist in drawing development and review
  • Detailed design
  • Review of sanitary sewer CCTV tapes
  • Monitor design schedules, trends, and projections
  • Prepare monthly status reports

Qualifications:

BS degree in Civil/Environmental Engineering

PE preferred

Design experience related to sanitary sewer projects

GIS and CAD experience a plus

Primavera P6 experience a plus

Strong computer skills

Salary Range:  $65,000 to $95,000


Job Title: Water Reclamation Facility Operator II – Jefferson County

Summary: Work involves the collection and testing of wastewater samples which requires a basic knowledge of chemistry, biology and analytical procedures, and the ability to interpret the results of these tests. Work also involves operating, monitoring and performing preventive maintenance of a wastewater treatment facility to ensure effluent meets local, state and federal guidelines. Employees in this class will receive some instruction and continued training. Work is prescribed by standard methods and is reviewed by a Supervisor.
Minimum Qualifications:
• Driver’s license.
• Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) Grade II Wastewater Certification.
**WRF Operator II is currently open continuously, however, the position can close at any time.**
To apply: www.jobsquest.org
Questions: Call (205) 325-5249 or email [email protected]


Job Title: Water Reclamation Facility Operator III – Jefferson County

Typical Job Duties:
• Conducts preventative maintenance techniques on WWTP operating equipment to ensure proper and safe plant operations.
• Maintains plant equipment by replacing, rotating and cleaning clarifiers, presses, belts, pits, pumps, basins, UV module, sand filter system, etc.
• Collects samples, conducts field and lab tests, performs laboratory tests, records calculations and test results and transposes results into monthly operating reports for submission.
• Performs detailed inspections of the wastewater flow and the operating equipment and make necessary adjustments to ensure proper functioning.
• Regulates plant processes depending on various settings, flow movement and other variables.
• Gathers information from plant equipment and gauges, records readings and reports any malfunctions.
• Maintains plant grounds by cleaning floors, walkways, buildings, removing trash and debris and performing repairs as necessary.
Minimum Qualifications:
• Driver’s license.
• Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) Grade III Wastewater Certification.
**WRF Operator III is currently open continuously, however, the position can close at any time.**
To apply: www.jobsquest.org
Questions: Call (205) 325-5249 or email [email protected]


Job Title: Utility Engineer for Development – City of Auburn

JOB SUMMARY
This position is responsible for performing engineering related to development in the City of Auburn, for ensuring that water and wastewater infrastructure is constructed in compliance with all relevant regulations, and for ensuring that all water and wastewater infrastructure is properly mapped in the City’s GIS database.
MAJOR DUTIES

  • Performs and coordinates development reviews. (40%)
    • Coordinates review of submitted water, sanitary sewer, and erosion control plans and revisions.
    • Coordinates with engineers, developers, and contractors regarding City of Auburn and Water Resource Management design regulations and construction standards.
    • Compiles and submits department comments.
    • Reviews sewers capacity and fire flow analyses.
    • Reviews submittals for developments.
    • Uses City of Auburn software (e.g. CityWorks) for reviewing, monitoring, and approving plans as required.
    • Reviews and coordinates inspections related to as-builts for completed developments.
    • Provides confirmation of preliminary and final acceptance of water and sewer infrastructure.
  • Assists with the Utility Asset Mapping Program. (15%)
    • Imports, edits, and maintains the GIS database for water and sanitary sewer.
    • Assists in coordinating the surveying tasks needed to assist the Utility Asset Mapping Program.
    • Coordinates with other department personnel to obtain missing information and new infrastructure data.
    • Coordinates the addition of infrastructure for new developments into the GIS database.
  • Acts as WRM representative for Development Coordination and Planning Department reviews. (10%)
    • Attends meetings with other departments and with developers and engineers regarding future developments.
    • Reviews all submitted plans, easement agreements, lot layouts, etc.
    • Serves as liaison to the Planning Commission.
    • Provides information to developers regarding existing water and sewer infrastructure, water and wastewater design requirements, and erosion and sediment control regulations.
  • Serves as WRM representative for COA Development Reviews. (10%)
    • Works with other departments to coordinate water, sewer, or watershed related work items.
    • Works with other departments in the development of WRM property.
    • Prepares cost estimates for projects.
  • Assists the WRM Department with water and wastewater infrastructure projects. (10%)
    • Performs engineering design calculations and analyses for infrastructure expansion projects.
    • Designs and prepares engineering plans and specifications.
    • Assists with coordinating project bidding and contracts for WRM projects.
    • Uses engineering judgment to determine the most suitable, economical, and appropriate routes for water and wastewater infrastructure expansions.
    • Prepares reports and performs analyses of water and wastewater system needs and plans.
    • Manages contractor performances; conducts on-site meetings and weekly inspections.
    • Performs project management for water and wastewater construction and rehabilitation projects.
    • Evaluates field changes for construction and negotiates change orders.
    • Documents, reviews, and approves all project communication, payments requests, and inspections.
  • Obtains easements and Hold Harmless agreements. (5%)
    • Generates easement agreements and documents and Hold Harmless agreements.
    • Coordinates with property owners or developers to obtain agreements.
    • Submits agreements to City Council or Water Works Board for approval.
    • Coordinates the recording of documents.
  • Performs related duties. (10%)
    • Demonstrates punctual, regular, and reliable attendance.
    • Attends meetings, workshops, and training sessions.
    • Provides innovative solutions to enhance current processes and procedures and/or resolve workplace issues.
    • Performs other duties as assigned.
City of Auburn, Alabama
130 Tichenor Avenue
Auburn AL 36830
(334) 501-7240

http://www.auburnalabama.org