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Beaver Equipment Are you and engineer looking for a challenging & rewarding position? If you have experience in the water / wastewater space, please consider this position.
Alderwood Water & Wastewaster District The Alderwood Water & Wastewater District (AWWD) is seeking a full-time flexible and adaptable Financial Analyst for its Administration, Technology & Finance Department. Located in the fast-growing Puget Sound region, AWWD is focused on the expansion, maintenance, and replacement of its critical infrastructure. AWWD currently employs 147 employees and the Financial Analyst will gather, analyze, interpret, forecast, and maintain financial data for the District under the direction of the Finance Manager.
Collection System Technician II
City of Meridian The Collection System Technician II is an advanced, journey level position responsible for performing, coordinating, and overseeing the skilled work in the daily operation, maintenance, and repair of the City’s Wastewater Collection System. This position makes critical decisions and recommendations that carry a significant level of responsibility and have the potential to significantly impact the collections system repair schedule and maintenance. In addition, this position may serve as lead worker on small crews, as assigned. Employees at this level receive only occasional instruction or assistance as new or unusual situations arise and are fully aware of the operating procedures and policies of the work unit.
Staff Engineer II
City of Meridian The Staff Engineer II performs technical work in the planning, design, construction, operation, and repair of the City water, wastewater, and recycled water facilities. This work requires solving technically difficult engineering problems, and facilitating and guiding the work of other engineering personnel. Work assignments, delegated by the Assistant City Engineer and/or City Engineer, are usually broad in scope and involve the use of good judgment and accuracy in making technical decisions. The Staff Engineer II may act as Assistant City Engineer in his/her absence.
Water Quality Specialist III
City of Meridian The Water Quality Specialist III’s primary responsibilities are to operate, maintain, and repair all aspects of the Production Section’s treatment/pumping facilities and associated monitoring/control equipment. This classification performs a full range of advanced activities that include, but are not limited to analyzing, troubleshooting and operation the water production and treatment systems, maintaining proactive maintenance programs, maintaining regulatory and local compliance, water quality monitoring, managing disinfection processes, source and system sampling, and resolving water quality-related customer service activities. The incumbent must perform work safely, efficiently, and accurately, occasionally under adverse conditions. Provide assistance and support to Meridian Utility Billing Services (MUBS) and other Departments when needed. Expected to exercise initiative and independent judgment both individually, and as part of a team, in assisting with maintenance, operations, projects and technical related activities of the Water Division. This position continually strives to maintain and improve water quality and system operations with assistance from Engineering and others. This is accomplished through communication, research, continued education, improvements and maintenance. The Water Quality Specialist III works under the direction of Water Quality Manager and provides guidance and training for staff in relation to water production related activities.
Senior Civil Engineer
Seattle Public Utilities Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) is seeking a talented Senior Civil Engineer interested in working on exciting projects utilizing innovative and cutting-edge technologies to deliver wastewater and solid waste lines of business capital improvement projects (CIP). This position will work under the general direction of a Civil Engineer Supervisor in the CIP Design Section of SPU’s Project Delivery Branch. This position will primarily provide wastewater design services, and also serve as a mentor to other staff in the wastewater line of business.
Drainage & Wastewater Crew Chief
Seattle Public Utilities Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) is seeking one experienced individual to lead and supervise the work of Drainage and Wastewater (DWW) crews. Seattle Public Utilities Drainage and Wastewater (DWW) Line of Business plans, builds, operates and maintains over 2,100 miles of conveyance facilities that capture and transmit urban runoff and/or wastewater to treatment facilities or local water bodies.
The primary goals of the DWW Line of Business are: 1) containing and conveying wastewater to treatment facilities to avoid sewer back-ups and combined sewer overflows; 2) managing urban runoff to reduce flood damage to public facilities and private property; and 3) helping improve water quality, flow, habitat, and aquatic life in Seattle's creeks, lakes, the Duwamish River and Puget Sound.
This position supervises a staff of six (6) to sixteen (16) and regularly makes decisions concerning staffing, resources, policy and procedures, field practices and workflow. This position reports to a Drainage and Wastewater Systems Maintenance Manager.
While the current primary job location is the Charles Street Complex, crews report to both Haller Lake (12600 Stone Avenue N) and Charles Street (714 S. Charles Street); the Crew Chief could be assigned to work at either location.
Water Senior Civil Engineer
Seattle Public Utilities Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) is seeking a talented Senior Civil Engineer interested in working on exciting projects utilizing innovative and cutting-edge technologies to deliver water line of business capital improvement projects (CIP). This position will work under the general direction of a Civil Engineer Supervisor in the CIP Design Section of SPU’s Project Delivery Branch. This position will primarily provide water engineering design services and serve as a mentor to other staff in the water line of business.
Water Pump Station Maintenance Technician (Utility Systems Maintenance Technician)
Seattle Public Utilities Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) is hiring a Maintenance Pump Station Technician for SPU's Utility Operations & Maintenance Division. This is a great opportunity for individuals with a background in utility mechanical systems. If you feel this may be a good fit for you, please continue reading the position details and APPLY!