Water Systems Supervisor

Company: Las Virgenes Municipal Water District
Organization Type: Public Water/Wastewater Agency
Location: Calabasas, California
Job Status: Full-time
Salary: See Below
Job ID: 43855
Website: http://www.lvmwd.com/

Under direction of the Water Systems/Facilities Manager, the Water Systems Supervisor is responsible for the day-to-day, hands-on, operations of the potable and recycled water distribution systems, water treatment plant, reservoir, water pumping stations, pressure reduction stations, and SCADA systems. The Water Systems Supervisor coordinates the use of personnel among the various facilities. Performs related duties as required.

Essential Duties:

  • Plans, schedules, assigns, supervises, lays out and directs the work of personnel engaged in the operation, installation, maintenance and repair of the potable and recycled water distribution systems, and the water treatment facility. This includes: cathodic protection systems, pressure reducing stations, pumps, pump stations, reservoirs, tanks, (SCADA) and disinfection systems. Schedules, assigns, and supervises the on-call/stand-by function and personnel providing coverage on a 24/7/365 basis during non-business hours.

  • Meets regularly with the Water Systems/Facilities Manager to discuss status of assignments; coordinates work and work scheduling with other departments, divisions and sections; reviews operational data, reports, records, plans and specifications and other documentation as required. Uses the District Computerized Maintenance Management System and other software programs.

  • Assists in the preparation, administration, and monitoring of the section's annual budget to ensure expenditures are within budget; prepares, reviews and maintains a variety of financial records and reports for purchasing and maintaining proper shop stock and vehicle inventory. Initiates and approves all purchases for the section per policy.

  • Interview and recommend selection of candidates for hire and promotion within the section; prepare and conduct employee evaluations; conduct formal and informal investigations, perform counseling on work issues; prepare documentation, improvement plans to address work performance problems/deficiencies, and recommends and implements approved disciplinary actions.

  • Evaluate training needs, conduct, budget for, or arrange for appropriate training. Review and approve daily work for subordinates; make periodic inspections of the facilities to determine work to be scheduled; inspect the work of subordinates and evaluate their job performance.

  • Monitor, review, evaluate, forecast, and implement rules, mandates, and regulations while interacting and communicating with various federal, state, and local agencies including public health, contractors, vendors, etc., while meeting deadlines and milestones.

  • Attend and participate in various technical, trade, and training sessions as requested or required.

  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

  • Ensure adherence and compliance with safety and health policies and procedures as well as other State and Federal health and safety laws and regulations; train employees and monitors safety practices, periodically evaluates worksites to ensure safe conditions; attend all required safety training/meetings. Chair and prepare material for the weekly tailgate sessions for the facilities, maintenance, construction, operations, customer service, and technical service staff.

Training and Experience Guidelines:
Any combination of training and experience, which demonstrates attainment of the required knowledge and ability to perform the required work (with reasonable accommodation, if needed), typically:

EDUCATION: High school diploma or equivalent is required.

EXPERIENCE: Five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in the operation of water distribution facilities, pumps and pump controls, pressure reducing valves and telemetering devices with at least one (1) year in a lead capacity. Experience operating a drinking water treatment facility is desired.

A Grade D5 Water Distribution Operator Certificate and a Grade T2 Water Treatment Operator Certificate issued by the California State Water Resources Control Board is required.

A valid California class C driver's license must be maintained at all times.

Possession of a State of California Grade T3 Treatment Plant Operator Certification or higher is desired. Possession of a T5 Treatment Plant Operator Certification qualifies for a 5% increase in salary. A valid California class A driver's license is also desired.

SALARY: $7,131.28 - $9,270.56 Monthly

CLOSING DATE: Friday, 07/07/17 11:59 PM Pacific Time

LEARN MORE AND APPLY: http://www.lvmwd.com/about-us/management/finance-and-administration/human-resources/job-postings

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