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Ad Title: Certified Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator
Location: Harmar Township, Allegheny County
Post Date: 11/20/17
Contact: Michael Henry, Plant Manager
Phone (W): 412-828-7227
Email: mhenry@avjsa.org
Description:
The Allegheny Valley Joint Sewage Authority (Authority) is currently looking for a full-time Certified Operator at its 5.5 MGD facility in Harmar Township, Allegheny County.
Includes the operation and maintenance of a wastewater treatment plant and five major pumping stations. Operator will perform daily testing of parameters in a laboratory setting, maintaining equipment, general housekeeping of buildings, grounds and plant. Electrical experience is required. PLC programming a plus.

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Ad Title: Construction Observer
Location: New Britain, PA Area
Post Date: 12/06/17
Contact: Nicole
City: New Britain
State: PA
Zip: 18901
Phone (W): 2153454330
Email: nwalsh@gilmore-assoc.com
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Description:
Position Description:

The Construction Observers represents existing municipal/governmental clients and performs observation and documentation of construction activities throughout the region.



Essential Functions & Responsibilities:

Assist project managers with existing client relationships related to land development construction and capital improvement projects, public agency coordination, etc.
Observe construction activities and document conformance with approved construction drawings/plans, project requirements, standards, and specifications. Construction activities generally include utilities, stormwater management facilities, erosion and sedimentation controls, grading, paving, curb, sidewalk, handicapped accessibility, lighting, retaining walls, landscaping, roadway/bridge construction, and buildings.
Promptly report exceptions or deviations from approved plans, specifications, and/or construction issues to project manager, construction contractor supervisor, and/or other appropriate party
Prepare prompt and accurate daily field reports summarizing daily field operations/installations, plan deviations, and corrective actions.
Communicate on a regular basis with the project manager
Possess the ability to accurately read and understand project plans, details, and specifications and ability to convey the design intent to subcontractors and other field personnel

Essential Qualifications:

High School Diploma or G.E.D. equivalent
3+ years of field experience in construction observation with a civil engineering consulting or construction management firm
1-3 years of field experience in construction and materials testing of site, roads, concrete and utility construction
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Ad Title: Director of Stormwater Management
Location: Hanover Twp., PA
Post Date: 11/03/17
Contact: Robert J. Krehely
City: Hanover Twp.
State: PA
Zip: 18706
Phone (W): 570-822-7420
Email: robk@wvsa.net
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Description:
The Director of Stormwater Management Program is responsible to coordinate the Municipal Authority’s Stormwater Management Program. Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Director oversees the stormwater management program to insure compliance with the requirements of the MS4 Permits held by WVSA and/or partner municipalities and other federal, state, and local regulations regarding stormwater. Plan, organize and administer the permitting, monitoring, inspection, enforcement, pollution prevention, and data management activities of the Stormwater Program in accordance with federal, state and local laws and MS4 Permit. When appropriate, coordinate the investigation of storm water run-off, industry related storm water quality and water quality problems, complaints and violation of the MS4 Permit and related to storm water regulations, initiate and conduct site visits and communicate with property owners and recommend solutions and/or mitigation measures; coordinate preparation of violations as necessary.

The Director has direct responsibility for the activities over the administration, operation, maintenance and business functions of WVSA’s Stormwater Management Program in accordance with engineering standards and Federal State and Local regulations. Supervision is exercised over Departmental supervisors responsible for the operation, administration, maintenance, field maintenance and laboratory activities. The Director plans, supervises, coordinates and directs various Division functions under the policy direction of the Executive Director. Assignments are received and administered orally and in writing.

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Ad Title: Field Service / Process Technician
Contact: Walter Kuehnrich
City: Metuchen
State: NJ
Zip: 08840
Phone (W): 732-589-5574
Email: walterk@gecorp.com
Description:

Must have mechanical and electrical capabilities and willing to travel. Full time position.


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Ad Title: Operations Supervisor - Water Division
Location: Harrisburg, PA 17103
Post Date: 12/07/17
Contact: Sue Paul - HR
City: Harrisburg
State: PA
Zip: 17103
Phone (W): 7175257677
Email: sue.paul@capitalregionwater.com
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Description:
Capital Region water is looking for a dedicated, driven, and enthusiastic supervisor for our Water Operations division. This position is responsible for the day-to-day and long-term optimization of the Capital Region Water (CRW) drinking water treatment process. This includes the Raw Water facilities of the DeHart Reservoir, and the Susquehanna River Pump Station, a 20 MGD computerized conventional mixed-media gravity filtration water treatment plant at the Water Services Center, and finished water pumping and storage facilities within the distribution system.
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Ad Title: Project Representative/Construction Observer
Location: Reading PA
Post Date: 10/27/17
City: Reading
State: PA
Zip: 19610-0307
Email: careers@ssmgroup.com
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Description:

Spotts, Stevens and McCoy is actively recruiting for a Project Representative/Construction Observer to inspect structures and infrastructure using engineering skills to determine structural soundness and compliance with specifications and other regulations.

Send your resume to careers@ssmgroup.com or visit our website – www.ssmgroup.com – for more information.

EEO/M/F/V/D

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Ad Title: Public Relations and Regulatory Liaison
Location: Hanover Twp., PA
Post Date: 11/03/17
Contact: Robert J. Krehely
City: Hanover Twp.
State: PA
Zip: 18706
Phone (W): 570-822-7420
Email: robk@wvsa.net
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Description:
Public Relation and Regulatory Liaison is responsible for the administration, leadership, management, and operation of the strategic communications of the Wyoming Valley Sanitary Authority including its Stormwater and Sanitary Management Division. The Coordinator is responsible for enabling effective relationships with partner municipalities, stakeholders, government officials, public schools, media representatives, community leaders, employees and the general public. This Position takes direction from the Director of Stormwater Management and the Executive Director. Though primarily responsible for MS4 Stormwater Division MCMs this person will also be required to provide the same outreach measures and serve as spokesperson for the wastewater side of the Wyoming Valley Sanitary Authority as directed.
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Ad Title: Sanitary Sewer Supervisor - Lower Merion Township
Location: Ardmore, Pennsylvania
Post Date: 11/09/17
Contact: Beth Lilick
City: Ardmore
State: PA
Zip: 19003
Phone (W): 610-645-6120
Email: humanresources@lowermerion.org
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Description:

SUMMARY: This is very responsible supervisory sanitary sewer maintenance work involving the Township's waste water collection system and 17 sewage pumping stations.

Work involves responsibility for safe, timely and effective planning of maintenance repair, installation and evaluation of all sanitary sewer facilities. Duties include directing, coordinating and scheduling the work of crews involved in maintenance and repair of facilities, inspection of sewers, and the operation of pumping stations. This position also has the responsibility for making very difficult sanitary sewer maintenance decisions, including resource allocation and the prioritizing of work. This work requires that the employee have considerable knowledge, skill and ability in related sanitary sewer practices and procedures.


SUPERVISION
RECEIVED: Works under the direction of the Director/Assistant Director of Public Works.


ESSENTIAL
FUNCTIONS: Plans and directs work objectives and activities of a medium size work group involved in the maintenance and repair of sanitary sewers. Supervises journey level mechanics and maintainers, and semi-skilled operators through crew leaders. Responds to collection system emergencies.

Gathers and analyzes information, determines recommendations and prepares reports. Determines operating procedures and recommends operating policies.

Develops operating and capital budgets and reviews unit budgets. Approves unit expenditures within fund allocations.

Advises employees and supervises training. Administers union contract language, oral and written warnings, and recommends more serious disciplinary measures. Interviews job applicants and recommends selection. Reviews employee performance evaluation and reclassification requests and makes recommendations. Assures safe work practices.

Coordinates operations with other Township functions and government agencies. Coordinates unit operations and obtains the personnel, materials and equipment necessary to complete assigned projects and objectives.

Receives inquiries, complaints and requests from the public. Refers routine complaints to subordinates. Conducts investigations and resolves difficult citizen complaints. Makes recommendations for resolution of the most difficult complaints to the supervisor.

Works closely with the Township Engineer to plan and implement repairs and maintenance of the sanitary sewer system.

Reviews plans and specifications for improvements to the sanitary sewer system.

Assists in supervising winter salting, plowing and snow removal operations.

Works as a team member with other Public Works Supervisors.

May be assigned to other Public Works divisions to perform required duties.

Performs related work as required.

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Ad Title: USG Estimating and Business Development
Location: Camp Hill, PA
Post Date: 11/16/17
Contact: Robert Kalbach
City: Camp Hill
State: PA
Zip: 17011
Phone (W): 717-737-6092
Email: hr@usginc.net
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Description:
Utility Services Group (USG) is seeking to hire an Estimating / Business Development professional:
Candidate should live close to or be willing to relocate near Camp Hill (Harrisburg), PA.
Relocation stipend is available.
USG is a family business and this position would be reporting directly to the owner.
USG reputation is strong and company has been in the trenchless market for 12 years.
USG is a hybrid service provider of municipal / utility maintenance / repair, consulting and conventional excavation / utility contractor support work.
Primary duties include public and private bidding, responding to RFPs, business development, assisting customers with developing scope, building quotes utilizing HCSS Heavy Bid and managing a fast paced network of existing customer needs.
Promotion within the organization is available.

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Ad Title: Water Plant Operator
Contact: Terri Hauser, Manager
Phone (W): 724-537-3378
Email: terri@latrobema.com
Description:
Latrobe Municipal Authority
P.O. Box 88
Latrobe, PA 15650

Position: Water Plant Operator

Hours of Work: Shift hours of 7:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.; 3:00 P.M. to 11:00 P.M.; 11:00 P.M. to 7:00 A.M.

Days of Work: Scheduled 5-day work week. Work week starts Sunday and ends Saturday.

Duties:
Perform any combination of the following tasks pertinent to controlling operation of raw water pumps and water filtration systems. Operates and maintains raw water pumping station, chemical feed equipment, coagulation and sedimentation area, filtration, chlorination and booster pumping station. Monitors gauges, meters, and control panels. Completes all chemical tests on all shifts. Observes variations in operating conditions and interprets meter and gauge readings and test results to determine the correct processing requirements. Operates valves and gates manually or by remote control, starts and stops pump engines and generators, and regulates the rate and levels of flow to the raw water and filtration station. Performs custodial duties and all other duties assigned by any supervisor. Must possess a valid Pennsylvania Driver’s License. Must acquire a valid Pennsylvania certified Water Operator’s License within three years.

Candidates with environmental background preferred.

Resumes can be sent to Terri Hauser, Manager, at terri@latrobema.com.


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