I: $40,000 - $80,000 Annually
II: $45,000 - $90,000 Annually
Senior: $55,000 - $110,000 Annually
Under immediate (FST I) to general (FST II and Senior) supervision, performs a variety of routine to complex work in the installation, inspection, repair, removal, and maintenance of the District’s water meters, automatic meter interface (AMI) systems, and related equipment; reads meters; troubleshoots and solves metering issues; makes service calls to customers to address water leaks and related concerns; turns service on and off; performs maintenance and repair of water lines at the meter; and performs related work as required.
GENERAL JOB DUTIES
Performs a variety of routine to complex work in the installation, inspection, maintenance, testing, repair, and replacement of water meters, meter boxes, meter box covers, meter stops, AMI systems, and related equipment; shuts down mains and valves to isolate water lines under inspection or repair; programs meters to transmit data to specific customer accounts; ensures meters are operating properly.
Receives and responds to work orders sent by office staff; performs customer service duties such as lock-offs, unlocks, turn-ons, and turn-offs in a timely manner; investigates reports of leaks, performs leak tests to check for leakage or broken meters; repairs leaks.
Responds promptly to after-hours emergencies and assists other staff in emergency situations; works with other crews on emergency leaks and system repairs; makes decisions on proper actions to take during emergency situations; coordinates work and services such as shutdowns and repairs with other District staff as needed.
Communicates relevant information with co-workers; ensures tasks are followed through to completion; assists in water distribution, water treatment, and wastewater treatment as assigned.
Presents a professional image at all times and ensures all internal and external deadlines are met; continues professional development through attainment of additional certifications, training, and education.
Observes and complies with District and mandated safety rules, regulations, and protocols. Performs other duties as assigned.
All levels require:
- Possession of a valid California class C driver’s license, to be maintained throughout employment.
- Equivalent to completion of the twelfth (12th) grade.
- Possession of, or successful acquisition within 12 months of employment, a valid Grade 1 Water Distribution Operator Certificate, to be maintained throughout employment.
Placement within classification and pay scale dependent on experience. General guidelines as follows. Field Service Technician I:
Willingness to learn and perform duties associated with the reading, installation, maintenance, and repair of water meters. This is the entry level Field Service Tech classification, initially under close supervision. Field Service Technician II:
A minimum of two (2) years of experience in the reading, installation, maintenance, and repair of water meters at a level equivalent to Field Service Technician I. Demonstrated ability to troubleshoot and deliver solutions. Ability to engage with and assist contractors. Senior Service Technician:
A minimum of five (5) years of experience in the reading, installation, maintenance, and repair of water meters at a level equivalent to Field Service Technician I/II. Demonstrated ability to lead/supervise other employees. Demonstrated ability to troubleshoot and deliver solutions. Ability to research, engage with, and supervise contractors. Ability to research other providers of supplies and services, solicit quotes, and provide recommendations for purchase, in accordance with the District’s Procurement Policy.
Camrosa offers a competitive benefits package that includes a comprehensive family medical plan (HMO, Consumer Driven Health Plan, or PPO) that covers 100% for the Camrosa employee and 90% of the difference between the cost of the employee-only and the employee plus one or family plans. Other benefits include 11 paid holidays, 2 floating holidays, 20 days of annual leave, life insurance, vision insurance, dental insurance, disability insurance, and a retirement package under the California PERS system. TO APPLY:
Email your resume and cover letter to Chris Patacsil, System Field Supervisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org