The Collections Maintenance Lead will be responsible for overseeing and performing a broad range of maintenance activities related to the District’s collection systems.
Under general direction by the Wastewater Operations Manager, this position performs job planning and resource scheduling of work orders relating to underground, mechanical, electrical, civil, architectural, and control systems work. This position also oversees the District’s Sanitary Sewer Management Plan (SSMP), Fats, Oil and Grease (FOG) Program, and Overflow Emergency Response Plan. The new Collections Maintenance Lead will research, plan, and coordinate a variety of resources for the safe and successful completion of wastewater systems' maintenance activities and projects; assist with and schedule the appropriate acquisition, delivery, and application of necessary resources within approved timeframes; and monitor the efficiencies and effectiveness of resource allocations and utilization during the course of designated work projects. This position will also direct the daily activities of field crews responsible for performing maintenance activities on the collections system.
The ideal candidate will have a strong technical background in collections system maintenance which includes knowledge of basic sewer systems, pump stations, systems for planning and tracking maintenance (for example CMMS or MMS), the impacts of source control on the planning of line maintenance; and familiarity with Sanitary Sewer Management Plans (SSMP) and root foaming. The successful candidate will demonstrate effective leadership, excellent customer service skills, with the ability to work with irate customers and quickly resolve emergency situations such as sanitary sewer overflows.
Education and Experience
Any combination of training and experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required qualifications would be:
Five years of experience in collections system maintenance which includes at least one year of planning, scheduling, and increased leadership responsibilities and equivalent to completion of the 12th grade. College level background in water/wastewater treatment technology and/or training such as academic courses and certification programs that are relevant to this classification is preferred.
Licenses and Certifications:
- Must possess and maintain a California Water Environment Association (CWEA) Collection System Maintenance Grade II certification within two years.
- Must possess and maintain a valid class C California driver’s license. The ability to acquire and maintain a Class B California driver’s license with tanker and airbrake endorsements within nine months of start date. Possession of Class A or B California driver license at time of appointment is desirable.
- Must meet all the requirements to be insured by the District as a condition of employment.
- Must be able to maintain a Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC).
- Must be NASSCO certified within two years of employment start date.
$90,756 to $110,316 Annually Close Date:
Open until filled with the first review of resumes on Monday, August 24, 2020. Learn More/Apply: https://mvsd.org/about-the-district/employment