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Ad Title: Administrative Assistant
Location: Pittsburgh, Pa
Post Date: 12/31/19
Contact: Kelly Morgano
City: Pittsburgh
State: PA
Zip: 15222
Phone (W): 4122558800
Email: HR@pgh2o.com
Website: visit our website...
Description:
SUMMARY:
Provide administrative support and office management for the Department of Engineering & Construction by preparing reports, handling information requests, tracking and processing purchase orders and invoices, and maintaining staff requests. The Administrator also performs essential functions such as preparing (writing/editing) correspondence, receiving visitors, arranging conference calls, and scheduling meetings.

DUTIES/PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITES:
• Draft, format, and/or edit correspondence, meeting minutes, forms, reports, and other documents for the Engineering Department using relevant computer software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.).
• Assist with the production of documents, including proper formatting (including use of section numbering, table of contents, tracking editing), copying, printing, and binding.
• Strong knowledge of and ability to effective use Microsoft Word and Excel, including tools/features, is required.
• Receive, log, track, file, and distribute correspondence/mail in both electronic and paper format for project record maintenance. Receive, log, track, and forward telephone calls related to Engineering and Construction.
• Ship and track correspondence and packages to appropriate person or department; follow-up on requests or complaints.
• Track and process vendor invoices by creating purchase orders.
• Learn and use computer software specific to the Department of Engineering functions including e-Builder and Cogsdale or other to-be-identified work order and data management software.
• Obtain performance metrics from staff and generate monthly reports for Headwaters platform. Support other internal and external requests for data.
• Calendar Management: Scheduling with internal and external stakeholders, preventing conflicts or overlapping events, and to ensure that all needed resources (i.e., conference rooms, meals, phones, conference call lines, video/audio presentation equipment) are available. Complete the reservation and setup of conference rooms including video/audio equipment (e.g., projectors, monitors, dongles, speakers, etc.).
• Maintaining calendars to ensure time-critical issues such as performance reviews, management activities, group meetings, project reviews, etc. are identified and adhered to.
• Handle office tasks, such as: ordering supplies, tracking/reserving Department equipment and vehicles, and receiving visitors.
• Provide administrative coverage at the receptionist desk during break or leave periods.
• Maintain positive working relationships with all levels of internal staff and management, board members and public officials, as well as outside customers (of all levels) and vendors.
• Able to work in a dynamic, multi-disciplinary, and team focused environment, able to prioritize tasks, and conduct multi-tasking efforts.
• Able to properly receive and handle sensitive information of the Department and Authority.
• Other essential and marginal duties, as assigned.

COMPETENCIES:
• Time Management
• Organization Skills
• Communication Proficiency
• Strong technical and analytical skills
• Strong Computer Skills
• Flexibility/Stress Management
• Personal Effectiveness/Credibility/Reliability
• General Office Management

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Ad Title: Associate Project Manager
Location: Pittsburgh, Pa
Post Date: 12/31/19
Contact: Kelly Morgano
City: Pittsburgh
State: PA
Zip: 15222
Phone (W): 412-255-8800
Email: HR@pgh2o.com
Website: visit our website...
Description:
SUMMARY: Responsible for planning, coordinating, and directing the work of assigned professional, technical and clerical employees in the planning, design, and/or management of construction of complex, multi-disciplined PWSA Capital and Operations projects. Reviews and directs the work performed by consultants; supervises and directs the design and/or management of construction of Capital or Operations related projects involving the water, storm, and sewer systems or water treatment and pumping facilities. Seeking experienced candidates with design or construction focus.

DUTIES/PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITES:
• Applies technical knowledge and assists other team members as requested or required, and coordinates with project managers, peers, junior engineers, and technicians;
• Prepares RFPs for consultant services, bid documents, government ordinances, board resolutions, etc. for the full implementation of PWSA Capital and Operation projects;
• Reviews shop drawings related to Capital and Operation projects;
• Evaluates changes to studies, design and/or construction projects that substantially impact their scope, budget, or schedule and recommends and implements approved corrective action to adhere to the approved project schedule and budget;
• Monitors progress and performance against the project plan and identifies risks and schedule delays;
• Recommends approval of change orders, requisitions for payment, etc.;
• Meets with representatives of other governmental agencies, City Departments, consultants, contractors and public on proposed projects, problems arising in the work, etc.;
• Directs the performance of design work performed in-house or in accordance with consultant agreements, as well as the performance of construction work under contract;
• Ensures that RFP's, specifications, designs, contract provisions and work performed comply fully with applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations;
• Maintains records and prepares accurate reports, correspondence, etc. as requested or required; plans, develops, directs, coordinates, organizes and controls the materials, equipment and personnel under jurisdiction toward the effective, efficient and economical attainment of program goals, including maximum convenience to the public and safety of employees;
• Manages area of responsibility in strict accordance with applicable laws, professional standards of conduct, regulations and established policy including union agreements to ensure fair and standardized treatment of employees;
• Performs activities and functions of related lower-level personnel and/or other related tasks and duties that are assigned or required.

KNOWLEDGE/ABILITIES: Knowledge of the principles and practices of the study, design and/or management of construction of multi-disciplined water, storm, and sewer projects; and of the principles, practices and techniques in the water and wastewater engineering field. Some knowledge of the policies and procedures of the administration of water and sewer projects; of the safety hazards and precautions of the work; and of relevant labor agreements and personnel policies and procedures.

Ability to complete design and/or construction projects within schedule and budget; to prepare RFP's for consultant services, bid documents, etc. Ability to evaluate design work and/or construction projects; to apply regulatory codes (e.g., city, state, federal, etc.) and standards affecting the work. Ability to work in a dynamic, multi-disciplinary, and team focused environment and conduct multi-tasking efforts.

Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; and to establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisors, associates, outside agencies and the public.

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Ad Title: Associate Project Manager
Location: Pittsburgh, Pa
Post Date: 12/31/19
Contact: Kelly Morgano
City: Pittsburgh
State: PA
Zip: 15222
Phone (W): 4122558800
Email: HR@pgh2o.com
Website: visit our website...
Description:
SUMMARY: Responsible for planning, coordinating, and directing the work of assigned professional, technical and clerical employees in the planning, design, and/or management of construction of complex, multi-disciplined PWSA Capital and Operations projects. Reviews and directs the work performed by consultants; supervises and directs the design and/or management of construction of Capital or Operations related projects involving the water, storm, and sewer systems or water treatment and pumping facilities. Seeking experienced candidates with design or construction focus.

DUTIES/PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITES:
• Applies technical knowledge and assists other team members as requested or required, and coordinates with project managers, peers, junior engineers, and technicians;
• Prepares RFPs for consultant services, bid documents, government ordinances, board resolutions, etc. for the full implementation of PWSA Capital and Operation projects;
• Reviews shop drawings related to Capital and Operation projects;
• Evaluates changes to studies, design and/or construction projects that substantially impact their scope, budget, or schedule and recommends and implements approved corrective action to adhere to the approved project schedule and budget;
• Monitors progress and performance against the project plan and identifies risks and schedule delays;
• Recommends approval of change orders, requisitions for payment, etc.;
• Meets with representatives of other governmental agencies, City Departments, consultants, contractors and public on proposed projects, problems arising in the work, etc.;
• Directs the performance of design work performed in-house or in accordance with consultant agreements, as well as the performance of construction work under contract;
• Ensures that RFP's, specifications, designs, contract provisions and work performed comply fully with applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations;
• Maintains records and prepares accurate reports, correspondence, etc. as requested or required; plans, develops, directs, coordinates, organizes and controls the materials, equipment and personnel under jurisdiction toward the effective, efficient and economical attainment of program goals, including maximum convenience to the public and safety of employees;
• Manages area of responsibility in strict accordance with applicable laws, professional standards of conduct, regulations and established policy including union agreements to ensure fair and standardized treatment of employees;
• Performs activities and functions of related lower-level personnel and/or other related tasks and duties that are assigned or required.

KNOWLEDGE/ABILITIES: Knowledge of the principles and practices of the study, design and/or management of construction of multi-disciplined water, storm, and sewer projects; and of the principles, practices and techniques in the water and wastewater engineering field. Some knowledge of the policies and procedures of the administration of water and sewer projects; of the safety hazards and precautions of the work; and of relevant labor agreements and personnel policies and procedures.

Ability to complete design and/or construction projects within schedule and budget; to prepare RFP's for consultant services, bid documents, etc. Ability to evaluate design work and/or construction projects; to apply regulatory codes (e.g., city, state, federal, etc.) and standards affecting the work. Ability to work in a dynamic, multi-disciplinary, and team focused environment and conduct multi-tasking efforts.

Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; and to establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisors, associates, outside agencies and the public.


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Ad Title: Civil/Environmental Engineer
Location: Lancaster, PA
Post Date: 12/20/19
Contact: Human Resources
Phone (W): 717-295-4975
Email: info@beckereng.net
Website: visit our website...
Description:
Becker Engineering, a civil engineering firm providing municipal water, wastewater, stormwater and land planning services, is seeking a civil engineer for a full-time position in our Lancaster, PA office. Qualified candidates will possess the following skills and experience:
- 5 to 15 years experience in the design of water and sanitary sewer collection and conveyance lines, pumping facilities, water storage facilities, water supply facilities, water and wastewater treatment, and permitting of water and wastewater related projects
- Experience managing and communicating with clients
- Ability and experience performing and managing construction site observations
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office software - Microsoft Word and Excel
- Excellent interpersonal, oral and written skills
- Bachelors degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering
- Received the Fundamentals of Engineering Certification, PE preferred
Compensation is negotiable and dependent upon experience.
Interested individuals should submit a letter of interest and their resume to info@beckereng.net

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Ad Title: Controller
Location: Dunbar, PA 15431
Post Date: 12/13/19
Contact: Bob Softcheck
City: Dunbar
State: PA
Zip: 15431
Phone (W): 724-626-1211
Email: nfcmabs@zoominternet.net
Website: visit our website...
Description:
The Controller is responsible for the daily operation of the Business Office including the upgrading of the Business Office computer system to accommodate the information technology being required by our customers, supervise customer service personnel, supervise meter reading personnel, coordination of daily work assignments with the Business Office, upgrading of personnel files to computer system, upgrading of business applications to a computer system, complete miscellaneous tasks at the direction of the General Manager as may be necessary to better provide information to our customers in an efficient and timely manner.
Example of assignments are the daily review of job orders and daily time sheets, answer telephone, balance customer refunds, classify accounts payable and prepare checks, balance daily time and prepare payroll bi-weekly, balance material inventory, transportation , labor, and account payable. Post journal vouchers and run General Ledger trial balance, Profit & Loss Statement and Balance sheet. Prepare transfers to Trust, calculate cost of insurance, balance monthly property book, review capital requisitions and prepare cash report. Calculate amount of vacation and sick days for each employee, prepare 1099 information, record all capital expenditures, main line installations and retirements. Attend Board meetings to take minutes and prepare for recording. Assume certain duties of the General Manager when he/she is absent.
The Controller reports directly to the General Manager. Overtime work is a necessity and required. On call duty (24 hour/7 days in a week) is required.

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Ad Title: Director, Water and Wastewater Engineering
Location: Reading, PA
Post Date: 10/31/19
Contact: Lou McCoy
City: Reading
State: PA
Zip: 19610
Phone (W): 610-621-2000
Email: careers@ssmgroup.com
Website: visit our website...
Description:
Are you a strong leader and technical expert in water and wastewater engineering? Are you looking for an opportunity to lead and grow our team? We are seeking a Director of Water and Wastewater Engineering ready to make an immediate impact. The team's projects are focused on water distribution, wastewater collection, treatment plant operations, treatment of drinking water, wastewater management.

Responsibilities of the position include managing and overseeing all teams and projects in the department, ensuring that work is executed on time, on budget, and delivering to client requirements aligned with SSM policies and procedures. The Director will assist with and lead project execution and train, mentor, develop and supervise engineering staff, providing work assignments and reviewing performance to ensure the efficient, cost-effective utilization of staff. In addition, the Director will assist in identifying new opportunities and developing new business with current and prospective clients and marketing of the firm's capabilities, participate in proposal development, and serve as liaison with other disciplines on multi-discipline projects.


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Ad Title: Engineer/Scientist
Location: EPA - Regional Office Philadelphia
Post Date: 01/06/20
Contact: Carol Robinson
City: Philadelphia
State: PA
Zip: 19103
Phone (W): 215-814-5318
Email: robinson.carol@epa.gov
Description:
Older Worker Program - MUST BE 55 YEARS+
Senior Environmental Employment Program at EPA seeks Engineer/ Scientist to review and evaluate industrial user compliance in non-Federally approved pretreatment programs. Duties include: review of industrial user baseline monitoring reports; Draft industrial user limitation and monitoring requirements and correspondence relating to various industrial user reports; Review industrial user inspection reports and pretreatment documents as assigned. Qualifications: BA/BS Environmental Engineering/Science; MS Access & Excel experience desired. MUST BE 55 YEARS+ TO APPLY – PT; 24hrs; OLDER WORKER EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM. Send resume to Robinson.carol@epa.gov or US EPA Region III, 1650 Arch Street, Phila PA 19103-2029. 3MD40.
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Ad Title: Engineer/Scientist
Location: EPA - Regional Office Philadelphia
Post Date: 01/15/20
Contact: Carol Robinson
State: PA
Zip: 19103
Phone (W): 215-814-5318
Email: robinson.carol@epa.com
Description:
Senior Environmental Employment Program at EPA seeks Engineer/ Scientist to review and evaluate industrial user compliance in non-Federally approved pretreatment programs. Duties include: review of industrial user baseline monitoring reports; Draft industrial user limitation and monitoring requirements and correspondence relating to various industrial user reports; Review industrial user inspection reports and pretreatment documents as assigned. Qualifications: BA/BS Environmental Engineering/Science; MS Access & Excel experience desired. MUST BE 55 YEARS+ TO APPLY – PT; 24hrs; OLDER WORKER EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM. Send resume to Robinson.carol@epa.gov or US EPA Region III, 1650 Arch Street, Phila PA 19103-2029. 3MD40.
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Ad Title: Environmental Administrator
Location: New Castle, Delaware
Post Date: 12/31/19
Contact: Jacquelyn Moore
City: New Castle
State: DE
Zip: 19720
Phone (W): (302) 395-5161
Email: www.governmentjobs.com/careers/nccde
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Description:
GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES: Oversees and manages various environmental monitoring and compliance programs for New Castle County's Department of Public Works; does related work as required.

DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS: An employee in this class performs professional work in the administration and supervision of the industrial wastewater pretreatment program, wastewater testing and monitoring program for New Castle County treatment facilities, the testing and monitoring of industrial discharges, the hazardous materials program and related programs. Responsibilities include serving as the industrial pretreatment coordinator, meeting with industry representatives, other municipalities and the public to explain programs and procedures and developing and conducting training courses in related areas. This employee is also responsible for verifying chemical analyses of wastewater and quality assurance testing. This employee works under general supervision and may supervise subordinate employees.

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Ad Title: Environmental Waste-water Field Technicians
Location: Wilkes-Barre, Scranton and the Lehigh Valley
Post Date: 01/20/20
Contact: Jeff Cantwell
City: WEST CHESTER
State: PA
Zip: 19382-2206
Phone (W): 6109183857
Email: jcantwell@flowassessment.com
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Description:
Flow Assessment Services is seeking motivated, hard-working individuals with a passion for learning, to train as Environmental Waste-water Field Technicians. The job involves many areas of study work with the focus on the installation and maintenance of flow meters within municipal sewer systems. You will also be trained in the use of portable computer equipment as well as the software needed to perform the job. Weekly overnight travel is required, Monday through Friday.
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Ad Title: Facility Operator I
Location: Bryn Mawr, PA
Post Date: 10/31/19
Contact: Human Resources
City: Bryn Mawr
State: PA
Zip: 19010
Phone (W): 610-525-1400
Email: bljordan@aquaamerica.com
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Description:
Aqua America, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. Equal employment opportunity is provided to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to the following legally protected characteristics: race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, pregnancy (including childbirth and related medical conditions, including medical conditions related to lactation), physical or mental disability, covered-veteran status, genetic information (including testing and characteristics), sexual orientation, gender identity or expression or any other characteristic protected by applicable local, state or federal law.

GENERAL FUNCTIONS:

Responsible for operation, monitoring and maintenance of all assigned wastewater facilities and systems either owned by the Company’s wastewater utility or operated under contract. Provide on-site operation and maintenance of these facilities in order to achieve compliance with PADEP permit requirements. Responsible for understanding and following all regulatory operational and reporting requirements as stipulated by the system’s regulatory permits and undertaking efforts to assure facilities are sampled in accordance with all applicable permits and operated in accordance with company standard operating procedures and permits.

This position will operate in several areas including Chester, Bucks and Montgomery counties which includes the geographic areas of West Grove, Cochranville, Kennett Square, East Bradford Township, Thornbury Township, Willistown Township, East Brandywine Township, Chester Springs, Solebury Township, Worcester Township, and Upper Merion Township.

Monitor Operations of all wastewater facilities owned by the Company. Conduct testing and analysis required for proper operation and reporting for the facilities. All functions shall be in compliance with regulatory permits. Operate plants in full compliance with regulatory permits.

Responsible for making and implementing recommendations regarding process changes and adjustments at facilities to improve operational performance.

Monitor collection system performance and pump stations. Make recommendations on improvements and upgrades as needed.

Record on plant logs, spreadsheets and electronically all required test results, measurements, equipment readings and observations as specified and/or required by permits, standard operating procedures and as directed by the Supervisor.
Coordinate the removal of sludge and delivery of all chemicals, fuel, parts and supplies necessary for proper operation of the facilities.

Assist with on call responsibilities during the work week and weekends including answering alarm calls and reporting to the facility as necessary to diagnose and address the cause of the alarms Monday through Sunday. Must be available 24 hours a day to respond to plant and system problems.

Maintain facility records, prints, equipment manufacture manuals as well as all operating data.

Coordinate removal of sludge and delivery of all chemicals, fuel, parts and supplies necessary for proper operations of the facilities.

Assist management and supervisors in developing and administering applicable safety procedures at facilities, as required.

Capable of monitoring PLC network to review automated operation of all wastewater facilities, monitor alarms and review computer generated data for proper PADEP and DMR reports, assist in the training of new employees in computer automation system.

Position requires good mechanical skills as required in the repair/replacement of all plant equipment, including but not limited to pumps, instruments, chemical feed equipment, etc .

Must be able to make mathematical calculations to determine chemical doses required for flow rates and proper treatment.

Required to meet and follow all Aqua safety requirements dealing with hazardous chemical handling and PPE requirements.

Must be able to lift 50lbs.

Must be willing to work a special work week, Wednesday through Sunday, on a rotational basis or as required by management.

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Ad Title: Industrial Water Engineer
Location: Philadelphia, PA, Cherry Hill, NJ or Ramsey, NJ
Post Date: 11/18/19
Contact: Deanna Dropiewski
City: Lakewood
State: CO
Zip: 80401
Phone (W): 3036230603
Email: ddropiewski@brwncald.com
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Description:
Brown and Caldwell is looking for an junior to mid-level engineer to join our Industrial Water Service Line. The ideal candidate should have strong verbal and written communication skills and be a highly organized and responsive individual, capable of working in a diverse team environment and handling multiple tasks with completing priorities. Our successful candidate will have a positive, can-do attitude; will be flexible and self-motivated, creative, and quality-oriented with attention to detail.

Detailed Description:
• Support and be mentored by senior employees in the Industrial Water Service Line of our Private Sector Enterprise Group
• Process Engineering and Design involving the following: data compilation and analysis, bench and pilot wastewater studies, air and water permitting, water/wastewater treatment alternative evaluations and conceptual design of industrial water/water treatment and groundwater remediation systems.
• Perform calculations in the areas of civil, chemical and mechanical engineering
• Work with vendors of different technologies to evaluate technical feasibility and develop budget estimates
• Assist in the development and preparation of technical documents including work plans, feasibility studies, O&M Manuals, and basis of design reports
• Support the development of engineering plans, specifications, design details and budgetary cost estimates
• Perform field work on industrial wastewater trouble shooting and piloting projects along with remediation and construction projects


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Ad Title: LABORATORY SUPERVISOR
Location: Throop, PA
Post Date: 01/20/20
Contact: Michael Matechak, P.E.
City: Throop
State: PA
Zip: 18512
Phone (W): 570-489-7563
Email: director@lbsa.com
Description:
The LACKAWANNA RIVER BASIN SEWER AUTHORITY (LRBSA) is seeking a qualified candidate to fill a full-time position of Laboratory Supervisor at its Throop, PA wastewater treatment facility. The LRBSA operates three (3) wastewater treatment plants in Lackawanna and Wayne counties.

Job responsibilities include:
• Supervision and maintaining compliance of the in-house PaDEP Accredited Laboratories.
• Prioritization and scheduling of sampling.
• Performing sampling and analysis of treated and untreated wastewater for regulatory compliance and process control.
• Development of new and refinement of existing laboratory SOP’.
• Training and supervision of plant operations staff in proper laboratory procedures, techniques and data entry.

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Ad Title: Plant Operators - Wastewater / Water Treatment
Location: Dauphin Co., Juniata Co and Perry Co, PA areas.
Post Date: 10/29/19
Contact: Human Resource
City: Reading
State: PA
Zip: 19602-____
Phone (W): 6103769162
Email: info@miller-env.com
Description:
Local firm has immediate openings for part-time and full-time Wastewater and Water treatment operators for water systems in Dauphin Co., Juniata Co and Perry Co, PA areas.

Duties include hands-on operation and maintenance of water and/or wastewater treatment systems and compliance with all regulations. Daily testing of parameters, maintaining equipment, general housekeeping of buildings and equipment. Flexible hours.
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Ad Title: Plant Operators - Water / Wastewater Treatment
Location: Carbon Co, Berks Co and Schuylkill Co, PA areas.
Post Date: 10/29/19
Contact: Human Resource
City: Reading
State: PA
Zip: 19602
Phone (W): 6103769162
Email: Info@Miller-Env.com
Description:
Local firm has immediate openings for part-time and full-time Water and Wastewater treatment operators for water systems in Carbon Co, Berks Co and Schuylkill Co, PA areas.

Duties include hands-on operation and maintenance of water and/or wastewater treatment systems and compliance with all regulations. Daily testing of parameters, maintaining equipment, general housekeeping of buildings and equipment. Flexible hours.
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Ad Title: Project Manager
Location: Pittsburgh, Pa
Post Date: 12/31/19
Contact: Kelly Morgano
City: Pittsburgh
State: PA
Zip: 15222
Phone (W): 4122558800
Email: HR@pgh2o.com
Website: visit our website...
Description:
SUMMARY: Responsible for Planning, coordinating, and directing the work of assigned professional, technical and clerical employees in the planning, design, and/or management of construction of complex, multi-disciplined PWSA Capital and urgent facility repair projects. Reviews and directs the work performed by consultants; supervises and directs the design and/or management of construction of Capital or Operations related projects involving the water and sewer system or water treatment and pumping facilities. Seeking experienced candidates with Design or Construction focus. Experience managing projects greater than $2.5 Million is required.

DUTIES/PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITES:
• Applies technical knowledge and assists other team members as requested or required, and mentors and coordinates with peers, junior engineers, and technicians;
• Prepares RFPs for consultant services, bid documents, government ordinances, board resolutions, etc. for the full implementation of PWSA Capital and urgent system repair projects;
• Reviews shop drawings related to Capital or other projects;
• Evaluates changes to study, design and/or construction projects that substantially impact their scope, budget, or schedule and recommends and implements approved corrective action to adhere to the approved project schedule and budget;
• Monitors progress and performance against the project plan and identifies risks to financial matters and schedule delays;
• Recommends approval of change orders, requisitions for payment, etc.;
• Meets with representatives of other governmental agencies, City Departments, consultants, contractors and public on proposed projects, problems arising in the work, etc.;
• Directs the performance of design work performed in-house or in accordance with consultant agreements, as well as the performance of construction work under contract;
• Ensures that RFP's, specifications, designs, contract provisions and work performed comply fully with applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations;
• Maintains records and prepares accurate reports, correspondence, etc. as requested or required; plans, develops, directs, coordinates, organizes and controls the materials, equipment and personnel under jurisdiction toward the effective, efficient and economical attainment of program goals, including maximum convenience to the public and safety of employees;
• Manages area of responsibility in strict accordance with applicable laws, professional standards of conduct, regulations and established policy including union agreements to ensure fair and standardized treatment of employees. Performs activities and functions of related lower-level personnel and/or other related tasks and duties that are assigned or required.

KNOWLEDGE/ABILITIES: Considerable knowledge of the principles and practices of the study, design and/or management of construction of multi-disciplined water and sewer projects; and of the principles, practices and techniques in the water and sewer engineering field. Some knowledge of the policies and procedures of the administration of water and sewer projects; of the safety hazards and precautions of the work; and of relevant labor agreements and personnel policies and procedures.

Ability to complete design and/or construction projects within schedule and budget; to prepare RFP's for consultant services, bid documents, etc. Ability to evaluate design work and/or construction projects; to apply regulatory codes (e.g., city, state, federal, etc.) and standards affecting the work. Ability to work in a dynamic environment and conduct multi-tasking efforts. Ability to work in a multi-disciplinary, team focused, project environment.

Proficient in supervising and directing the work of assigned professional, technical, and clerical personnel; to plan, monitor and evaluate the work of self and others. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; and to establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisors, associates, outside agencies and the public.


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Ad Title: Project Manager
Location: Pittsburgh, Pa
Post Date: 12/31/19
Contact: Kelly Morgano
City: Pittsburgh
State: PA
Zip: 15222
Phone (W): 4122558800
Email: HR@pgh2o.com
Website: visit our website...
Description:
SUMMARY: Responsible for Planning, coordinating, and directing the work of assigned professional, technical and clerical employees in the planning, design, and/or management of construction of complex, multi-disciplined PWSA Capital and urgent facility repair projects. Reviews and directs the work performed by consultants; supervises and directs the design and/or management of construction of Capital or Operations related projects involving the water and sewer system or water treatment and pumping facilities. Seeking experienced candidates with Design or Construction focus. Experience managing projects greater than $2.5 Million is required.

DUTIES/PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITES:
• Applies technical knowledge and assists other team members as requested or required, and mentors and coordinates with peers, junior engineers, and technicians;
• Prepares RFPs for consultant services, bid documents, government ordinances, board resolutions, etc. for the full implementation of PWSA Capital and urgent system repair projects;
• Reviews shop drawings related to Capital or other projects;
• Evaluates changes to study, design and/or construction projects that substantially impact their scope, budget, or schedule and recommends and implements approved corrective action to adhere to the approved project schedule and budget;
• Monitors progress and performance against the project plan and identifies risks to financial matters and schedule delays;
• Recommends approval of change orders, requisitions for payment, etc.;
• Meets with representatives of other governmental agencies, City Departments, consultants, contractors and public on proposed projects, problems arising in the work, etc.;
• Directs the performance of design work performed in-house or in accordance with consultant agreements, as well as the performance of construction work under contract;
• Ensures that RFP's, specifications, designs, contract provisions and work performed comply fully with applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations;
• Maintains records and prepares accurate reports, correspondence, etc. as requested or required; plans, develops, directs, coordinates, organizes and controls the materials, equipment and personnel under jurisdiction toward the effective, efficient and economical attainment of program goals, including maximum convenience to the public and safety of employees;
• Manages area of responsibility in strict accordance with applicable laws, professional standards of conduct, regulations and established policy including union agreements to ensure fair and standardized treatment of employees. Performs activities and functions of related lower-level personnel and/or other related tasks and duties that are assigned or required.

KNOWLEDGE/ABILITIES: Considerable knowledge of the principles and practices of the study, design and/or management of construction of multi-disciplined water and sewer projects; and of the principles, practices and techniques in the water and sewer engineering field. Some knowledge of the policies and procedures of the administration of water and sewer projects; of the safety hazards and precautions of the work; and of relevant labor agreements and personnel policies and procedures.

Ability to complete design and/or construction projects within schedule and budget; to prepare RFP's for consultant services, bid documents, etc. Ability to evaluate design work and/or construction projects; to apply regulatory codes (e.g., city, state, federal, etc.) and standards affecting the work. Ability to work in a dynamic environment and conduct multi-tasking efforts. Ability to work in a multi-disciplinary, team focused, project environment.

Proficient in supervising and directing the work of assigned professional, technical, and clerical personnel; to plan, monitor and evaluate the work of self and others. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; and to establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisors, associates, outside agencies and the public.


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Ad Title: Project Manager - Production
Location: Pittsburgh, Pa
Post Date: 01/02/20
Contact: Kelly Morgano
City: Pittsburgh
State: PA
Zip: 15222
Phone (W): 4122558800
Email: HR@pgh2o.com
Website: visit our website...
Description:
POSITION SUMMARY:
The Project Manager – Production will lead our Construction and Maintenance Projects and support services for Operations-Water Production. Reporting to the Sr Manager - Production, assists in the coordination, organization, and management of facilities equipment maintenance and facilities repair, and the construction of complex, multi-disciplined PWSA Capital projects; provides professional advice and detailed recommendations in the development of the approved Capital Improvement, Special Projects and Maintenance Programs with a primary focus on the Microfiltration Plant.

DUTIES/PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Works collaboratively with the Director of Operations, Senior Manager—Production, Senior Group Manager - Production.
• Assists in monitoring, directing, and overseeing construction and maintenance project work done by the Authority and private consultants or construction firms relating to purification plant, water/sewer systems, reservoirs, pumping stations and all related facilities.
• Assists with the implementation and execution of the Authority’s Operations and repairs related to Capital Improvements and Special Projects.
• Monitors contract and maintenance performance according to established guidelines, procedures and applicable regulations (e.g., Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), etc.).
• Assists in developing, directing, coordinating, organizing and control of the materials, equipment and personnel under jurisdiction toward the effective, efficient and economical attainment of program goals, including maximum convenience to the public and safety of employees.
• Identifies problems and potential hazards in all phases of work on assigned projects. Recommends and implements approved corrective action to adhere to schedule and project budget
• Attends meetings, conferences, etc. as assigned and represents the Authority as requested; Meets with representatives of other governmental agencies, City Departments, consultants, contractors and public on proposed projects, problems arising in the work, etc.
• Supports the preparation of RFPs for contracted services, bid documents, resolutions, etc. for the full implementation of PWSA Capital and Maintenance projects.
• Ensures that RFP's, specifications, designs, contract provisions and work performed comply fully with applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations; initiates payment forms for work performed by consultants and/or contractors.
• Reviews and approves shop drawings as required.
• Reviews reports, and studies prepared by assigned personnel or consultants to monitor progress and to identify problems and delays.
• Evaluates work, recommends and implements approved disciplinary and/or corrective action;
• Recommends approval of change orders, requisitions for payment, etc.
• Maintains records and prepares accurate reports, correspondence, etc. as requested or required;
• Manages area of responsibility in strict accordance with applicable laws, regulations and established policy including union agreements to ensure fair and standardized treatment of employees.
• Performs activities and functions of related lower-level personnel and/or other related tasks and duties that are assigned or required.
• Provides training and/or technical assistance as requested or required.
• Performs such other related tasks and duties that are assigned or required.

KNOWLEDGE/ABILITIES: Knowledge of and ability to operate a Microfiltration plant along with Ultraviolet disinfection process. Considerable knowledge of the principles and practices of the management of construction of multi-disciplined Capital and Maintenance water and sewer projects; and of the principles, practices and techniques in the water and sewer engineering field, including building trades (e.g., electrical, mechanical, plumbing, HVAC, etc.). Knowledge of the policies and procedures for administration of water and sewer Capital projects; of the safety hazards and precautions of the work; and of relevant labor agreements and personnel policies and procedures is preferred.

Considerable knowledge of relevant labor agreements and personnel policies and procedures. Ability to oversee the establishment, maintenance and monitoring of contracts, accounts, budgets, etc. Ability to plan, evaluate and monitor the work of self and others, especially building trades staff.

Proficient in supervising and directing the work of assigned professional, technical, building trade and clerical personnel; to plan, monitor and evaluate the work of self and others. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; and to establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisors, associates, outside agencies and the public. Ability to maintain records and prepare accurate reports, correspondence. etc.

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Ad Title: Tank and Coating Inspector
Location: Pennsylvania and Mid-Atlantic States
Post Date: 01/08/20
Contact: Andrew Mumford
City: Newark, DE
State: DE
Zip: 19713
Phone (W): 3026558234
Email: recruiting@mbatanks.com
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Description:
Our inspectors are part of a team, and play an integral part in the successful completion of water tank and waste water plant painting and rehabilitation projects. MBA's current need is for a field inspector that can cover projects throughout our Mid-Atlantic service area. This position requires extensive travel.
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Ad Title: Vice President, Water and Wastewater Engineering
Location: Reading, PA
Post Date: 10/31/19
Contact: Lou McCoy
City: Reading
State: PA
Zip: 19610
Phone (W): 610-621-2000
Email: careers@ssmgroup.com
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Description:
Are you a strong leader and technical expert in water and wastewater engineering? Are you looking for an opportunity to lead and grow our team? We are seeking a Vice President of Water and Wastewater Engineering and Operations ready to make an immediate impact. The Vice President, Water and Wastewater Engineering and Operations is responsible for leading the strategic and tactical implementation of the division. Responsibilities include setting the strategy and overseeing the development of SSM's business plan to ensure profitability and sustainability.

Working closely with the President/CEO and other members of the Senior Leadership Team, the Vice President is responsible for ensuring that the division has the required personnel, and the financial resources required for business success. The Vice President, Water and Wastewater Engineering and Operations serves as the division's chief spokesperson and representative to the public, and as the primary role model for employees. In addition, the Vice President will identify new opportunities and develop new business with current and prospective clients and will assist with marketing of the firm's capabilities, and participate in proposal development.

Working with the Directors in the department the Vice President is charged with developing and evaluating standardized criteria for project plans, keeping current on engineering trends and developments to recommend changes in program or design methods, and facilitating Strategic Planning and business plan implementation for the Division to ensure that company goals are met.


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Ad Title: Wastewater System Maintenance Worker I
Location: Upper Allen Township, Cumberland County, PA
Post Date: 01/10/20
Contact: Barry Cupp
City: Mechanicsburg
State: PA
Zip: 17055-5698
Phone (W): (717) 766-0756
Email: bcupp@uatwp.org
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Description:
Upper Allen Township is seeking applicants for the position of Wastewater Maintenance Worker I in the Sewer Department. The Wastewater System Maintenance worker is responsible for a wide variety of manual tasks to include plant and pumping station routine maintenance, wastewater sludge processing, and assistance with sewer televising and field investigations. The starting salary for this position is $37,440 plus benefits which include Capital Blue Cross, medical prescription drugs, vision, dental and life/disability insurance. Other benefits include 401K plan, paid holidays, sick days, personal days, and vacation.
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Ad Title: Water Resources Engineer/Specialist
Location: York, PA
Post Date: 11/14/19
Contact: Robert Jarboe
Phone (W): (410) 462-9250
Email: rjarboe@rkk.com
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Description:
Summary:
RK&K is searching for entry to mid-level professionals to support water resources related projects and studies, preparation of construction documents and construction management support.

Basic Responsibilities:
Specific areas of interest or expertise include:
Stream/wetland geomorphic studies,
Watershed studies,
Ecological restoration,
Hydrologic and hydraulic analysis,
Flood impact and mitigation studies,
Stormwater outfall stabilization,
Sediment transport studies,
Erosion & sediment control design,
Water quality analysis,
Construction oversight/inspection of restoration projects,
Permit acquisition support. 

Required Experience:
Candidates will work in a diverse and challenging environment; and must be:
Capable of coordinating simultaneous tasks,
Adept at public coordination on technical matters,
Able to address the full range of environmental issues and conditions associated with water resources projects.

Required Education
BS degree in engineering or related technical sciences field.

Preferred Experience/Education
Successful candidates will ideally enjoy working outdoors periodically
CADD and GIS experience is preferred.

Other Duties
Please note, this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

What We Offer:
RK&K offers excellent potential for career advancement and professional growth. We also offer attractive compensation packages commensurate with experience and a comprehensive benefits package including three weeks paid time off, tuition reimbursement, company health, dental, vision, life and disability insurances, as well as a 401(k) plan with company matching.

About Us:
With 30 offices from Pennsylvania to Florida and ranked 68th on ENR’s 2019 listing of the Top 500 Design Firms, our design and construction management firm specializes in transportation, environmental and energy projects. Our success is based on our ability to deliver what our clients want using sound, technical solutions to achieve the best possible outcome on a project. Expressed in our ability to treat every one of our 1,400 employees as a professional, RK&K has received extensive recognition for its exceptional and unique workplace culture.

Drug-Free Workplace
RK&K maintains a drug-free workplace. Employees of RK&K are prohibited from engaging in the unlawful manufacture, sale, distribution, dispensation, possession, or use of a controlled substance or marijuana.

EEO Statement
RK&K ensures nondiscrimination and equal employment opportunity in all programs and activities in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. If you need more information or require special assistance for persons with disabilities or limited English proficiency, you may contact Human Resources at (410)728-2900.

Please apply on-line at: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=7eaf69cc-a235-4c24-906d-859254012d02&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=301735&source=CC3&lang=en_US
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Ad Title: WWTP Maintenance Technician
Location: Oaks, PA
Post Date: 01/22/20
Contact: Michael McGann
City: Oaks
State: PA
Zip: 19456
Phone (W): 610-676-9040
Email: mmcgann@lpvrsa.org
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Description:
Maintenance Technician – Lower Perkiomen Valley Regional Sewer Authority
This is an hourly position at the 14.25 MGD WWTP, responsible for preventative maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of a variety of WWTP equipment. This position reports directly to the Chief of Operations & Maintenance. A full job description can be viewed at www.lpvrsa.org
Minimum qualifications for candidates: high school diploma or equivalent and a valid PA driver’s license. Prior Wastewater Treatment Plant experience or equivalent industrial maintenance experience is preferred but not required.
Send cover letter, resume and salary history to mmcgann@lpvrsa.org by February 14, 2020.
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Ad Title: WWTP Operator
Location: Oaks, PA
Post Date: 01/22/20
Contact: Michael McGann
City: Oaks
State: PA
Zip: 19456
Phone (W): 6106769040
Email: mmcgann@lpvrsa.org
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Description:
Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator – Lower Perkiomen Valley Regional Sewer Authority
This is an hourly position at the 14.25 MGD WWTP, responsible for performing a variety of tasks required to ensure proper operation of the LPVRSA WWTP and the Perkiomen Creek Interceptor. Primary responsibilities include routine equipment checks, sludge wasting, process control adjustments, BFP operation and laboratory analyses. This position reports directly to the Chief of Operations & Maintenance. A full job description can be viewed at www.lpvrsa.org
Send cover letter, resume and salary history to mmcgann@lpvrsa.org by February 14, 2020.
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