Utility Technician

Under direct supervision, the purpose of the position is to perform semi-skilled work as an operator in the installation and maintenance of the city's water/wastewater utility systems, lines, lift stations, and associated equipment. Employees in this class are engaged in the construction and repair of water and wastewater mains and attendant devices. Work includes connection of fittings, excavation for the installation and repair of lines, the testing and monitoring of water pressure, and job-site restoration tasks. Duties involve exposure to adverse working conditions and occasional adverse weather conditions. Performs related work as required.

Water/Wastewater Electrical Project Engineer

The Electrical Engineer will have overall responsibilities for the electrical design on Water/Wastewater projects including lift stations, storm water pump stations, water treatment plants, and wastewater treatment plants. The engineer will develop drawings and technical specifications for projects based on in-house standards, client standards, National Electrical Code, and local ordinances. The position will involve the design and documentation of the electrical, instrumentation, and SCADA system of new and rehab facilities. The position will coordinate the electrical design with all other disciplines so that the design is completely coordinated internally as well as with external clients.

Wastewater Systems Superintendent

Wastewater Systems Superintendent job duties include the following:

Manage, supervise and coordinate assigned activities and operations related to Wastewater Treatment processes.

Develop, implement, and manage annual sectional budget.

Monitor and evaluate the quality, responsiveness, efficiency and effectiveness of assigned wastewater programs including treatment, reuse water system, plant odor control, and operation of wet-weather high rate clarification and peak flow storage facilities.

Provide leadership and guidance to key personnel as part of professional development through administration of an effective training program.

Assure the quality of wastewater produced meets regulations set by federal, state, and local agencies, and ensures stability and quality standards of biosolids.

Ensure timely and accurate completion of required Discharge Monitoring Reports (DMRs) and Monthly Effluent Monitoring Reports (MERs).

Record and maintain detailed information on the operation of the wastewater plant and compare the results with goals, regulatory and environmental standards.

Prepare and present staff reports and other necessary correspondence; serve as representative on variety of boards, commission and committees.

Conduct a variety of organizational investigations and operational studies; recommends modifications to wastewater programs, policies and procedures as appropriate

Ensures that all processes are evaluated for efficiency and works with other members of the management team to ensure continuous operations and transitions during maintenance and construction activities

Coordinates activities with other divisions, departments, outside agencies and contractors

Assistant Operator


General Description:
The Assistant Operator is under the general supervision of the District Operator and assists in the installation and maintenance of the water and sewer system; such as, but not limited to water meters, meter valves and boxes, manholes, valves, fire hydrants, pumps and lift stations. Work will include new construction repair

General Description:
This position requires someone who will assist the District Operator in operation of the Wastewater Plant and to learn the operation of all plant processes so effluent meets TCEQ standards. This position requires the ability to learn to keep plant operational records, run simple tests, PH, chlorine residual, through the supervision of District Operator.

General Description:
This position requires Operator to work with District Operator as required to maintain the pressure in the District.



Senior Water/Wastewater Engineer

The successful candidate will have the opportunity to lead and coordinate the design and planning of challenging water/wastewater projects, build client relationships, and serve in a significant role in building B&N’s business in Texas. The Senior Water/Wastewater Design Engineer will be supported by a staff of technical experts throughout the firm, as well as a strong corporate business development team. Typical projects will include wastewater system design (gravity sewer, force main lift station, and metering systems), water system design (pipelines, booster stations, storage tanks/reservoirs), storm water and site drainage design, wastewater treatment plant infrastructure design, and construction phase related services.

Senior Engineer, Planning and Development, Northern Region

This candidate must be able to lead projects in a team environment, facilitate collaboration and effectively supervise and direct the activities of other professionals. The ability to develop mutually beneficial relationships with TRA consultants, contracting parties and other internal departments is imperative. Strong interaction with Authority operations, maintenance, land rights and construction inspection departments will be important. The Authority prefers that this candidate have experience with water and wastewater treatment analysis, design and capital improvements planning.

Facility Operator I

• TCEQ Class C water license or wastewater license
• All tasks related to the operation and maintenance of water and wastewater treatment plants
• Water distribution and wastewater collection systems, including lift pumping stations
• Field service response to customer calls on an as needed basis
• Must be able to lift and move equipment in excess of 50 lbs. and the ability to work in confined spaces
• Possess a high school diploma or the equivalent
• Must possess a valid U.S. Driver’s License.

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