Construction I / II

This position requires advanced level construction work involving the continuous, onsite inspection of municipal-type construction as assigned by the Construction Inspector Supervisor. May provide guidance to coordinate work of Construction Inspector I.

Maintenance Mechanic I / II

This position performs skilled maintenance work, inspection, troubleshooting and assisting in the repair of buildings, machines, vehicles and a variety of equipment located at water/wastewater treatment plants or pump stations. Individual is expected to identify and remedy problems using independent judgment.

Engineer, Process Control Systems

This position is responsible for the operational interface of the physical, chemical, and biological treatment processes and instrumentation systems. The individual also monitors treatment performance and recommends operational changes to Control Systems of the water / wastewater treatment plant. Oversees the training and activities related to process control operations, and exercises considerable latitude in using independent judgment. In addition, this position recommends process enhancements including SCADA security, evaluations and best practices for operations of liquids and solids treatment processes. This position is responsible for coordinating closely with the Process Control System staff, and Operations and Maintenance departments in overseeing tasks and personnel engaged in SCADA, maintenance, operation, and optimization of treatment processes.

Operator I / II

This position is responsible for performing the duties in the operation of water treatment plant or a raw water pumping plant. Duties involve routine inspection of plant processes and equipment. Works under close supervision while consulting with direct supervisor when changes are necessary.

Utility Maintenance Worker II

POSITION SUMMARY This position performs skilled maintenance work, repairs, inspection and surveillance on the collection system interceptors and infrastructure. Individual is expected to identify and remedy problems using independent judgment.

SAWS Project Engineer (Plants & Major Projects)

The Project Engineer is responsible for developing, planning, designing, and commissioning construction projects funded through the System's capital improvement program (CIP) as well as operations and maintenance (O&M) budgets. The Project Engineer participates in project identification, project integration, development of planning-level cost estimates, review of design deliverables (reports, plans, and specifications), management of professional services contracts, and monitoring of progress during the construction phase of the project. The Project Engineer supervises graduate engineers and engineering technicians, as appropriate.

Business Development Manager - ADS Environmental Services

As our Business Development Manager, you will help municipality customers solve wastewater problems. Every day you will be the go-to for questions so you can guide them to the products and services they need so that they can solve wastewater collection system challenges. Every day you will connect with customers to understand their resource needs and educate them on the solutions we offer. To thrive in this role, you must be able to build relationships and become an expert on our product offerings.
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