Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of Illinois Wastewater Professionals Conference
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Treatment Plant Operator I
MWRD Under supervision, controls and coordinates the routine sewage treatment process operation on an assigned shift in a sewage treatment plant.
Project Engineer - Water Resources
Crawford, Murphy & Tilly Project Engineer/Manager to join our Water Resources team to support our clients and have a hand in transforming the communities we serve. CMT is a full-service consulting firm focused on four primary markets: Water Resources, Aviation, Surface Transportation, and Building & Site Services. CMT provides planning, design, and construction observation phase services on projects that range from simple to complex. If you are ready to take your career to the next level, or if it is time for a new challenge and wish to become a major contributor on water resources-related projects, consider the many benefits of joining Team CMT!
Research and Development Engineer
Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc. Reporting to the Research & Development Manager, the Research & Development Engineer will conduct applied research on existing products and new technologies in the fields of wastewater treatment, reclamation and water treatment. In addition, the Research & Development Engineer will manage the execution of pilot studies to meet objectives in coordination with other departments, and facilitate testing at customer sites, producing documentation that may be used for internal and external purposes. The Research & Development Engineer will report the results and conclusion of testing to internal and external customers in both written and oral form.
Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc. Reporting to the Application Engineering Manager, the Application Engineer will evaluate design requests and assist in the preliminary designs and costing of wastewater treatment equipment. Additionally, the Application Engineer will provide technical assistance to both Internal and External Customers including Consulting Engineers, end users, Plant Operators, Sales Representatives, Cost Estimating, and Customer Service.
Environmental Research Technician
Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago Application Deadline: 5/21/2021 11:59:00 PM Duties: Under supervision, and in accordance with specified methods, performs a variety of technical duties associated with the collection of field and laboratory data related to agronomic, wastewater, surface water quality, or aquatic biology research and monitoring projects, the analysis of samples, and the operation and maintenance of equipment used in the field and laboratory.
Absolute Requirement: Possession of a valid driver's license.
Minimum Requirements: Graduation from a standard senior high school or the equivalent and two years of full-time study at an accredited college or university majoring in chemistry, biology, microbiology, or a natural, environmental, or agricultural science or a science curriculum involving scientific laboratory and field work, and one year of full time experience in a scientific position operating and maintaining field monitoring and research equipment or laboratory apparatus and performing sample collection and analysis.
Certified Wastewater Operator
City of St. Charles The City of St. Charles offers a challenging and supportive work environment that fosters excellence, accountability, learning and professional development. This position is responsible for a variety of tasks in the operation and maintenance of the wastewater treatment plants and lift stations.
Pay range is $31.00 - $41.33 per the Teamster collective bargaining agreement with starting pay commensurate with experience. Excellent benefit package provided.
Apply on line at www.stcharlesil.gov/jobs* no later than May 16, 2021.*
Wastewater Treatment Operator
Borden Dairy Overview Responsible for operating the biological-activated sludge and storm water waste treatment system. The Operator controls machinery that converts wastewater into a form that's safe to release into the environment.
Qualifications High School diploma 18 months of experience Must obtain a Class K license within 6 months of hire Complete wastewater operations course
Responsibilities Control equipment and monitor processes that remove or destroy harmful materials, chemicals, and microorganisms from wastewater. Operate and maintain the pumps and motors that move water and wastewater through filtration systems. Observe variations in operating conditions and interpret meter readings, gauge readings, and test results to determine process requirements and adjustments. Adjust feed rates of chemicals used in conditioning sludge to provide optimum production Tests water samples for plant efficiency and reports as required. Run tests to make sure that the processes are working correctly. Take samples and run tests to determine the quality of the water being produced. Monitor indicators and make adjustments as necessary. Make adjustments the amount of chemicals being added to the water. Fix chemical leaks and oxygen deficiencies. Perform maintenance on plant equipment (DAF system). Read meters and gauges to make sure that plant equipment is working properly. Use systems to monitor plant processes. Keep records of water quality and other indicators. Keep records that document compliance. Plan emergency reaction protocols.
Public Works Division Manager - Environmental Services/Wastewater
City of St. Charles The City of St. Charles offers a challenging and supportive work environment that fosters excellence, accountability, learning and professional development. This position is responsible for planning, scheduling, coordinating, and supervising the operations, maintenance and analytical activities of the wastewater treatment facilities and lift stations.
Environmental Research Technician
Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago Under supervision, and in accordance with specified methods, performs a variety of technical duties associated with the collection of field and laboratory data related to agronomic, wastewater, surface water quality, or aquatic biology research and monitoring projects, the analysis of samples, and the operation and maintenance of equipment used in the field and laboratory.