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  • 27 Sep 2018 11:48 AM | Iva Last (Administrator)

    Utility Stations Supervisor – Requisition #443

    Department: Water and Waste Services

    Status of Position - Permanent Full Time working 40 hours per week; 10 hours per day;

    Employment Contract - PSAC Y023

    Salary Range:  $42.85 to $50.41 per hour

    Job posting closes: October 8, 2018 at 9:00 p.m. (Pacific Time)

    The City of Whitehorse has an exciting opportunity for a Utility Station Operator. We are looking for a new Supervisor to lead our dedicated team of Operators and Tradespeople in our Utility Stations Department. Work in a safety consciousness environment and take your career to the next level with this dynamic role. The successful candidate will receive an extensive list of benefits including bonuses, 4 weeks of vacation, extended health/dental, and RRSPs.

    An Eligibility List may be established from this job posting – The duration of the eligibility list will be 6 months. Future vacancies will be filled by going to the next highest ranked candidate until the eligibility list expires. The City wishes to thank all applicants for their interest but only those candidates selected to advance in the recruitment will be contacted. Note that only those candidates eligible to legally work in Canada will be considered.

    Job Summary:

    This incumbent supervises and ensures the effective and efficient use of resources to achieve safe and reliable and safe operation of the City's water, wastewater, and storm water systems and facilities; including maximizing quality, protecting public health and safety, and complying with all statutory and legislative requirements.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    1. Supervise, plan, oversee, coordinate, inspect, test, service, install, maintain and repair the City's water, wastewater, and storm operations including pumping, control, monitoring and treatment facilities, SCADA and alarm systems.

    2. Provide leadership in all human resource areas, including recruitment, training, and performance management consistent with collective agreements and City policies.

    3. Oversee and provide leadership in safety management, including: preparation and implementation of safe work procedures, and ensuring, so far as is reasonably practicable, that safety procedures and standards are followed by personnel throughout the department.

    4. Oversee and provide leadership in water and sewer/storm system operation and maintenance, including: development and implementation of standard operating procedures and routine maintenance plans, and overseeing and maintaining a robust Computerized Maintenance Management System.

    5. Ensure regulatory compliance relating to water and wastewater system operation, monitoring and testing.

    6. Compile and analyze technical data, conduct research, review designs, maintain accurate records and prepare reports, assist in the water license report.

    7. Manage capital, operating, maintenance and emergency projects including supervising contractors and ensuring safety practices are followed.

    8. Prepare and monitor the function's annual O & M and multiple year capital budgets.

    9. Develop and evaluate procurement documents (tenders, proposal calls, etc.). Obtain cost quotes and purchase inventory parts and supplies.

    10. Act as Manager, Water & Waste or Supervisor, Utility Systems as assigned.

    11. Other related duties.

    This position contains elements necessary for identification and evaluation of the job. The incumbent may be required to perform other related duties.

    Position Requirements

    Working Conditions:

    Daily exposure to electrical hazards, dust/dirt, fumes/odours, inclement weather, temperature extremes, heights, human wastes/fluids, fats, oils, rancid food grease, raw sewage, hazardous chemicals, noise requiring hearing protection, confined spaces and working in traffic. Provide stand-by and on-call duties.

    Required Knowledge, Skill and Abilities:

    ·         EOCP Certifications: Water Distribution Level 2, Water Treatment Level 1;

    ·         One of: Water Distribution Level 3 or journey trade certificate in a related field; 5 years previous related experience including 3 years at a supervisory level; Water Quality and Sampling for Water & Wastewater;

    ·         Knowledge of water and wastewater operations, maintenance and repair, including: SCADA systems and process controls, piping, pumping and electrical systems;

    ·         Proven skills relating to communications, consensus building, human relations and problem solving;

    ·         Ability to foster and maintain effective relationships among peers and stakeholders;

    ·         Proven written and oral communication skills to develop and present reports;

    ·         Good organizational skills, prioritizing and ability to multitask with minimal supervision;

    ·         Class 5 Driver’s License.

    An equivalent combination of education, training and experience may be considered.

    Certifications required within 3 years of employment includes but not limited to:

    EOCP Wastewater Collection 1, EOCP Waste Water Treatment level 1; Standard First Aid Level C with CPR; Aerial platform; WHMIS & TDG; Confined Space; Fall Arrest; Chlorine Handling; Leadership for Safety Excellence; Hazard Assessment and Control; Electrical Awareness; Pumps Theory of Operation & Maintenance; Process Control and Instrumentation part 1-3; Infrared Thermography level 1; Fundamental PLC programming, PLC Maintenance and Programming, SCADA & related software.

    Examples of Equipment to Operate:

    Vehicle, skidoo, boat and motor, ATV, aquifer testing equipment, chlorine dosage feed systems and monitoring equipment, standard and specialized electrical testing equipment, truck mounted hoist, fall-arrest equipment, equipment for transportation of dangerous goods, generator and pumps, hand and shop tools, calibration kit, gas detectors, SCADA system, and computer applications such as Security and Alarm systems, MS Outlook, Excel, Word & ERP.

    Additional Application Instructions

    The City of Whitehorse will only accept job applications through their online e-recruitment system. Job seekers are required to create an online profile and submit their application electronically through this system. Please visit www.whitehorse.ca/careers for more details and to set up an account.

  • 19 Sep 2018 2:46 PM | Iva Last (Administrator)

    The City of Coquitlam (Coquitlam) offers the vibrant action of a growing city combined with a beautiful natural setting boasting abundant parks and green space, along with arts and cultural venues and multiple recreational facilities. Coquitlam is the sixth largest – and one of the fastest growing – cities in BC. Home to over 141,000 and sets a high standard of living in the Lower Mainland.

    The Engineering and Public Works Department plans, designs, constructs, operates and maintains the core service systems that supply water for drinking and firefighting, collects and disposes of sanitary sewage and drainage, manages the solid waste collection contract, as well as providing multi-modal transportation facilities, including roads, bridges, walkways, street lighting and traffic signal systems. The Department also maintains the corporate fleet that includes passenger vehicles, trucks, construction equipment, and small operating equipment.

    Reporting to the Manager, Operations, the next Water Superintendent will be responsible for overseeing the operation, maintenance, and repair of the City’s rapidly growing Level IV Water Distribution system consisting of 13 pump stations, 8 reservoirs, numerous PRV and SCADA monitored sites, and 500 kilometers of water mains. The Water Superintendent leads, supervises and mentors a staff of 29 who are involved in all aspects of water distribution and environmental protection.

    The Water Superintendent is responsible for protecting the health, safety and economic well-being of water consumers in Coquitlam through the management and operation of the Water Utility. The work is technical, supervisory and administrative in nature. The incumbent directs and leads the operation, monitoring, evaluation, maintenance, repair, and quality control activities of the water utility, which provides fire protection and safe drinking water to over 140,000 persons.

    The successful candidate will have over five years of progressively responsible experience with a strong understanding of the distribution and treatment for potable water and wastewater. They will have excellent management and problem-solving skills with the ability to develop the effective working relationships required to optimize resources and support City priorities.

    Additionally, the successful candidate will have the EOCP Certification-Water Distribution Level 4 (Level 2 or 3 may be considered depending on previous experience) and eligibility for certification as an AScT or CTech from ASTTBC. The successful candidate will have relevant post-secondary experience and possess a valid Class 5 Driver’s License for the Province of British Columbia.

     

    The City of Coquitlam is an equal opportunity employer, striving to promote diversity and equal opportunities in the workplace.

    Should you be interested in learning more about this unique opportunity with Coquitlam, please contact Paul Phillips or Carol Robinson at 604-998-4032 or forward your resumé, a letter of introduction and the names and contact information for three references, in confidence, to cleartalent@hwest.ca.


  • 18 Sep 2018 1:45 PM | Iva Last (Administrator)


    Utility Treatment Technician – Urban Operations

    Public Works Department (Water Treatment)

    CUPE 1505

     

     

    Position Type/ Hours:

    This is a permanent full-time position working an eighty-four (84) hour biweekly rotational shift within the Environmental Services Branch of the Public Works Department (Water Treatment). This position is within the CUPE 1505 Bargaining Unit. This position is located in the community of Fort McMurray, the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo’s urban centre.

     

    Position Description:

    Operators perform daily activities primarily consisting of the control of the water treatment process, which impacts the quality of potable water. This may include performance of daily maintenance, laboratory, administration, special study, engineering work, or duties with respect to reservoirs and pumping stations.

     

    Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    ·       Monitor and respond to waterworks and wastewater alarms 24 hrs/day, initiate all corrective action that is required.

    ·       Respond to emergency calls and alarms for regional waterworks systems.

    ·       Operate treatment facilities and pump houses as per provincial and federal guidelines and approvals.

    ·       Control, investigate and correct operational issues pertaining to Pump-House and Reservoir pressures, flows, demands, levels, quality, complaints and alarms.

    ·       Participate, distribute, and update contingency plans outlining procedures for rapid correction of emergencies, such as power outages, equipment failures, flooding, system contamination, etc.

    ·       Draft, develop, and review written documents pertaining to safety, operation procedures, treatment plant inspections, etc., which include reference to best practices.

    ·       Observe and report water treatment plant abnormalities (treatment appurtenances) and arrange for maintenance issues to be corrected by creating work orders.

    ·       Drawdown testing, and calibration of various chemical dosing pumps and equipment.

    ·       Daily lab testing of water (raw, post filter, treated) and chemical quality.

    ·       Perform jar testing to help determine proper dosing requirements, adjust chemical dosing as required to optimize treatment.

    ·       Monitor the operation and standby power source to assure continuous operation of the water treatment plant and distribution system.

    ·       Train and mentor junior operators and co-op students in the operation and maintenance of the water treatment plants and distribution systems.

    ·       Use, maintain, and calibrate lab equipment and online analyzers.

    ·       Receive, transport, manage inventory of chemicals.

    ·       Handle, transfer, and mix a variety of chemicals related to water treatment and lab testing.

    ·       Data recording and analysis.

    ·       Review monthly reports for preparation of the annual report.

    ·       Manage, and optimize filter backwashing, and de-sludge times.

    ·       Water sampling to meet licence requirements (bacti’s, schedule 4s, THMs. chlorine, turbidites, other parameters based on licenses).

    ·       General housekeeping of facilities (cleaning, painting, etc.).

    ·       Check and confirm the operation of distribution pump station during power outages and emergencies.

    ·       Analyze SCADA trends and set points for correct operation noting and reacting to abnormalities or irregularities with turbidity, mono-chloramines, chlorine etc.

    ·       Ensure distribution system bacteriological sampling is completed routinely and correctly for the entire distribution system.

    ·       Open and close valves in pump station to control direction of flow and pressures when required. Turn pumps on and off when required.

    ·       Operate and maintain plant waste management system, high rate gravity thickeners, and other waste processes.

    ·       Operate and maintain sewage lift stations and lagoons in consultation with Wastewater Treatment operators.

    ·       Respond to customer inquiries relating to water quality, quantity, treatment, or distribution.

    ·       Obtain training and sign off for the operation of other miscellaneous mobile equipment (such as Bobcat, Toolcat and Forklift) for water treatment operations as required.

    ·       Perform other related duties as required.

     

    Qualifications:

    The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo will post the specific certification level needed for the position which is necessary at that time, as required by the Alberta Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act for facility operations. Those positions are as follows:

    Level I, Water Certification

    High School Diploma or GED equivalent.

    1.2 CEUs of applicable approved entry-level training.

    One (1) year operating experience in a Class I or higher facility.

     

    Level II, Water Certification

    High School Diploma or GED equivalent.

    1.2 CEUs of applicable approved entry-level training.

    Three (3) years’ related operating in a Class I or higher facility.

     

    Level III, Water Certification

    High School Diploma or GED equivalent.

    Minimum two (2) year post-secondary Diploma in the environmental field, engineering or related science discipline, or ninety (90) CEUS.

    Four (4) years’ operating experience, at least two (2) of which must be in a Class II or higher facility. Experience must include two (2) years of supervisory/leadership experience.

     

    Level IV, Water Certification

    High School Diploma or GED equivalent.

    Minimum four (4) years’ post-secondary Diploma in the environmental field, engineering or related science discipline, or one-hundred and eighty (180) CEU’s.

    Five (5) years’ related operating experience, at least two (2) of which must be in a Class III or IV facility.

    Experience must include three (3) years of supervisory/leadership experience, with a minimum 2 years in a Class II or III facility, and one (1) year in Class III or IV or registered facility.

     

    Employees will be required to challenge each level exam within a one year period of acquiring necessary education and experience.

     

    You will possess the following:

    ·       Valid Alberta Class Five (5) driver’s licence is required (clear driving record is an asset).

    ·       Valid First Aid Certificate must be obtained within six (6) months of hire.

    ·       Proven experience working in a computerized environment.

    ·       Ability to understand and execute verbal and written instructions, read blueprints, and interpret plans and specifications.

    ·       Ability to work around high voltage equipment in hazardous, unsanitary, and all-weather conditions (immunizations are strongly recommended).

    ·       Ability to establish and maintain cooperative and productive working relationships.

    ·       Must be medically and physically able to perform all duties of this position on an ongoing basis.

    ·       Will be required to work in confined spaces and handle hazardous chemicals.

     

    Salary Range:

    Level 1 - Pay Level 6

    Market Rate

    $41.69 (Start Rate)                            

    $48.83 (Permanent Rate)

     

    Evaluated Rate

    $37.80 (Start Rate)

    $44.25 (Permanent Rate)

     

    Level II – Pay Level 8

    Market Rate

    $44.30 (Start Rate)                            

    $51.88 (Permanent Rate)

     

    Evaluated Rate

    $40.30 (Start Rate)

    $47.32 (Permanent Rate)

     

    Level III – Pay Level 11

    Market Rate

    $46.91 (Start Rate)                            

    $54.93 (Permanent Rate)

     

    Evaluated Rate

    $44.43 (Start Rate)

    $52.23 (Permanent Rate)

     

    Level IV – Pay Level 13

    Market Rate

    $52.12 (Start Rate)                            

    $61.04 (Permanent Rate)

    Evaluated Rate

    $47.45 (Start Rate)

    $55.90 (Permanent Rate)

     

    *Permanent rate effective after twelve (12) months of employment. 

    **All CUPE Job rates are under review and are subject to change

     

    ***Rate has been adjusted to reflect market conditions***

     

    Under the synergy wage premium program water, water collections, and distribution operators who obtain Level 4 licenses in their primary discipline area will be paid a synergy wage premium. The wage premium will be $2.00 per hour for each additional valid operator certification in the other 3 disciplines up to an additional $24.00 per hour.

     

     

    In addition to the rate of pay, we offer other attractive incentives:

     

    -an extensive employer paid benefits plan

    -an additional annual payment of $12,480 which represents a cost of living allowance 

     

    Requisition Number:

     

    005326

    Closing Date:

     

    September 30, 2018 at 11:59 PM

    Posting Type:

    Internal & External  (Posted: September 15, 2018   Original CUPE 1505 Closing Date: September 23, 2018)

     

     

    To apply:  Please visit our website at www.rmwb.ca

    We appreciate the interest of all applicants; however, only those individuals
    selected for interviews will be contacted.

    Late applications will not be accepted.


  • 18 Sep 2018 10:36 AM | Iva Last (Administrator)

    Entry Level Wastewater Operator – 12 Month Term

    Freezerco, a division of the HyLife organization, is seeking an Entry Level Wastewater Operator to join the team. This position is based at the R3 Innovations Industrial Wastewater treatment facility in the vibrant community of Neepawa, Manitoba which has a reputation for its beauty and high quality of life. To sustain its position as a premier supplier of quality food products HyLife strives to employ talented and motivated people who are capable of reaching the cutting edge of their discipline.

     

    This position will include the following responsibilities and day-to-day functions:

    ·       Report on plant performance

    ·       Assist in daily operations in accordance with provincial legislation

    ·       Complete lab testing and sampling

    ·       Light maintenance on pumps and equipment

    ·       Other duties as assigned

     

    The successful candidate should possess the following qualifications:

    ·       Completion of Grade 12 Diploma; or GED

    • Preference will be given to: Related Post-Secondary education in Wastewater Treatment/Waste Water Collection, OIT, and Level 1 or greater
    • Valid driver license
    • Excellent communication skills, both written and orally
    • Proficient in MS Office and an ability to adapt to other software applications
    • Ability to work in a team environment as well as independently as the need requires
    • Must be available for day or evening shifts
    • Strong focus on food safety and workplace safety

    Opportunities and training to obtain certification will be provided for the right candidate.

     

    HyLife has been recognized as a Platinum Member of Canada’s Best-Managed Companies.

    If you have the qualifications and the passion to meet this challenge then we would like to explore your potential. Please apply online at http://hylife.com/current-opportunities/

     

    Freezerco is a wholly owned subsidiary of HyLife

    Applicants who are not currently eligible to work in Canada will not be considered for this position.

    We thank all applicants, however, only those under consideration will be contacted.

  • 06 Sep 2018 11:28 AM | Iva Last (Administrator)

    Yellowhead Regional Water Co-Operative

    Job Advertisement - Water Utility Operations Manager

    JOB SUMMARY:

     

    We are currently seeking a qualified person to join the Yellowhead Regional Water Co-op operational team.

     

    Under the general direction of the Yellowhead Regional Water Co-op Board and the MWSB, the Utility Operations Manager is responsible for performing skilled duties related to the operation, monitoring, repair and maintenance of a regional water system in the municipalities of North Norfolk, Westlake Gladstone and Glenella-Lansdowne.  The successful individual will be required to work alone and in a team setting, including on-call and response to call outs as required. 

     

    The position requires daily water analyses to ensure Canadian Drinking Water Quality Guidelines and Manitoba Drinking Water Regulations are met.

     

    EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING

     

    -          Preference will be given to an individual that has Water Distribution Level II Certification, as per the Water and Wastewater Facility Operation Regulation.  The Co-op will consider training a suitable candidate with minimum Grade 12 Education to the required level.

     

    -          Obtain Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) as per Provincial requirements to maintain operator certification;

     

    -          Hold and maintain a valid class 5 driver’s license

     

    -          Computer skills, and the ability to understand, execute and communicate oral and written instructions are all required for the position.

     

    -          Good understanding of mechanical systems, particularly related to water treatment

     

    -          Knowledge of water treatment principles and practices

     

    This description is not intended to limit the assignment of work or be a complete list of the many duties to be performed by the incumbent.  A more detailed list of duties is available upon request.

     

    Salary will be dependent upon qualifications and experience.  A comprehensive Municipal benefits package is available, including pension, insurance and health care benefits.

    Board is considering this as a half-time position, or may be full-time for the right candidate

     

    Persons possessing the necessary skill and experience should submit a detailed resume including salary expectations and references on or before September 30, 2018 to:

    Yellowhead Regional Water Co-op,

    Attention: Valorie Unrau

    Box 190, MacGregor, Mb., R0H 0R0

     

     

    We thank all candidates for their interest; however only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.


  • 04 Sep 2018 2:27 PM | Iva Last (Administrator)

    City of Portage La Prairie

    Class 4 Water Treatment Operator (Term position)

    Posting # 2018-13

     

    Under the direction of the Water Treatment Supervisor, the operator ensures the safe and effective monitoring and operations of processes and equipment for the water treatment division and acts as operator in charge as required.

     

    QUALIFICATIONS:  The City of Portage la Prairie is a Class IV facility and a Class 4 Certificate in Water Treatment is required. Each level of certification requires a specific exam, level of education, operating experience and DRC time. The successful candidate must hold and maintain a Class 5 Province of Manitoba driver’s license.  This position requires operators to work at heights and in confined spaces.


    Criteria needed to obtain a Class 4 Certificate in Water Treatment:

    * Grade 12

    * 4 years post-secondary education in a science related field

    * 4 years operating experience with 2 year of DRC time (Direct responsible charge)

    * Passed all certification exams (Class 1 to Class 4)

     

    Applicants with a minimum 2 years post-secondary education in a related field may be considered on an under-fill basis.  Required Certifications to be obtained within specific time frame as per the guidelines outlined in the collective agreement.

     

    For more information on the requirements needed to achieve a 

    Province of MB Class 4 Certification please visit http://www.gov.mb.ca/conservation/eal/certification/info_cert.

     

    HOURS OF WORK: 7:30 am to 4:30 pm, 1 hour for lunch, Monday to Friday.  Required to work one weekend per month and be on standby one week a month. (Shifts may be changed due to operational requirements). Employees on standby duties are required to carry a pager must be able to report to work within thirty minutes period.

     

    SALARY: The rate of pay for this position ranges from $24.14 to $32.89 per hour dependant on education, experience and qualifications.  

                 

    This posting will remain open until a suitable candidate is found. Please forward applications with the competition number 2018-13 to Human Resources Office, City of Portage la Prairie, 97 Saskatchewan Ave East, Portage la Prairie, MB, R1N 0L8, FAX (204) 239-1532.

    Email Address: hr@city-plap.com.         Website: www.city.portage-la-prairie.mb.ca

     

    We thank all applicants for applying; however, only those being considered for an interview will be contacted.


  • 23 Aug 2018 11:02 AM | Iva Last (Administrator)

    Industrial Wastewater Treatment

    Operator – Winnipeg, MB 

    Industrial Wastewater Operator

    Aureus Solutions is seeking an Industrial Wastewater Operator to join our growing and dynamic team. This position is based in Winnipeg, MB and will report to our Water and Wastewater Operations Manager. The typical shift is Monday-Friday at 35 hrs/week. On-call and off-hours support may be required. Salary range is based on experience, ranging from $25-$35/hr. Additional bonuses will be available for on-call and off-hours response. Company health and dental benefits are available.

     

    About Aureus

    Founded in 2005, we work with clients throughout the world to better manage their environmental, water and wastewater responsibilities and risks. Our unique blend of technical and practical experience, gained through a variety of markets, regions and clients (both large and small) allows us to provide custom solutions to our client’s unique challenges by applying tested best practices and lessons learned. Our approach focuses on empowering/improving a clients existing resources to help ensure solutions are understood, accepted, implemented and maintained. We pride ourselves in being responsive and considerate to our client’s unique needs and challenges.

     

    Responsibilities and day-to-day functions:

    ·       Perform daily operations and maintenance in accordance performance needs and municipal requirements

    ·       Monitor and report on plant performance

    ·       Identify and take corrective actions to operating problems in the treatment plant

    ·       Manage contractors

    ·       Light maintenance on instrumentation, pumps and equipment

    ·       Other duties as assigned

     

    Qualifications:

    ·       Completion of Grade 12 Diploma; or GED

    ·       Provincial licencing is not required, however, a preference will be given to: Related Post-Secondary education in Wastewater Treatment/Wastewater Collection, or applicable provincial certification(s) in this field

    ·       Valid driver license

    ·       Excellent communication skills, both written and orally

    ·       Proficient in MS Office and an ability to adapt to other software applications

    ·       Ability to work in a team environment as well as independently as the need requires

    ·       Availability to be on-call work and respond to alarms

    ·       Ability to function in a team environment and with off-site supervision

     

    Training opportunities and career growth will be provided for the right candidate. This role may include short-term travel within MB and northern Ontario.

     

    Please address any questions and/or applications to info@aursi.ca

  • 21 Aug 2018 10:54 AM | Iva Last (Administrator)

    Under the direction of the Water Pollution Control Facility Supervisor, the operator ensures the safe and effective monitoring and operation of the wastewater treatment processes and equipment, and acts as Operator in Charge as required. 

    QUALIFICATIONS:  The City of Portage la Prairie is a Class IV facility and a Class 4 Certificate in Wastewater Treatment is required, in addition to a Class 2 Certificate in Wastewater Collections.  Each level of certification requires a specific exam, level of education, operating experience and DRC time. The successful candidate must hold and maintain a Class 5 Province of Manitoba driver’s license.  This position requires operators to work at heights and in confined spaces.

      Criteria needed to obtain a Class 4 Certificate in Wastewater Treatment:

    * Grade 12

    * 4 years post-secondary education in a science related field

    * 4 years operating experience with 2 year of DRC time (Direct responsible charge)

    * Passed all certification exams (Class 1 to Class 4)

     

    Applicants with a minimum 2 years post-secondary education in a related field may be considered on an under-fill basis.  Required Certifications to be obtained within specific time frame as per the guidelines outlined in the collective agreement.

     

    For more information on the requirements needed to achieve a Province of MB Class 4 Certification please visit http://www.gov.mb.ca/conservation/eal/certification/info_cert.

     

    HOURS OF WORK: 7:30 am to 4:30 pm, 1 hour for lunch, Monday to Friday.  Required to work one weekend per month and be on standby one week a month. (Shifts may be changed due to operational requirements). Employees on standby duties are required to carry a pager must be able to report to work within thirty minutes period.

     

    SALARY: The rate of pay for this position ranges from $23.50 to $32.89 per hour dependant on education, experience and qualifications.  

                   

    This posting will remain open until a suitable candidate is found. Please forward applications with the competition number 2018-12 to Human Resources Office, City of Portage la Prairie, 97 Saskatchewan Ave East, Portage la Prairie, MB, R1N 0L8, FAX (204) 239-1532.

    Email Address: hr@city-plap.com.          Website: www.city.portage-la-prairie.mb.ca

     

    We thank all applicants for applying; however, only those being considered for an interview will be contacted.


  • 04 Jul 2018 1:29 PM | Iva Last (Administrator)

    Opportunity. Excitement. Teamwork. Respect.

    These are only some of the advantages of working for one of Canada’s largest employers. Twice recognized as one of Canada’s Top 10 Corporate Cultures, Maple Leaf Foods is committed to attracting, rewarding and retaining talented people who are passionate about making a positive impact in their professional and personal lives every day. If you want to work for a top employer of choice who goes way beyond the posters on the wall and lives the company values, then you want to work for Maple Leaf Foods. Maple Leaf Foods Inc. is a leading Canadian food processing company committed to delivering quality food products to consumers around the world. Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, the Company has operations across Canada and internationally.

     

    MAKE THE MOVE TO MAPLE LEAF FOODS. DISCOVER THE MANY OPPORTUNITIES THAT AWAIT YOU.

     

    We are seeking an experienced Waste Water Treatment Operator – Class 2, Rotating Relief for our Brandon, Manitoba plant. The Waste Water Treatment Operator reports to the Chief Power Engineer and is a unionized position. The hours are Rotating Shifts, 8 and 12 hours (as assigned), with the wage of $30.95 an hour with up to $2.00 in bonus’. The successful applicant must have the Provincial Certified Manitoba Class 2 Waste Water System Operator Certificate and the Provincial Certified Manitoba Class 2 Waste Water Collection Certificate, may accept Provincial Certified Class 1 Waste Water Certificate with commitment to obtain Class 2 Waste Water.

     

    Position Responsibilities

    ·  Operate, maintain and monitor Class 2 wastewater treatment processes, equipment and facilities

    ·  Identify and take corrective actions to operating problems in the treatment plant

    ·  Ensure compliance with all statutory, regulatory and company procedures

    ·  Continuous improvement to the treatment process to ensure a safe return of wastewater to the environment

    ·  Participate in plant equipment repairs and installations

    ·  Carry out oral and printed work requests and apply corrective measures in a timely fashion utilizing computerized maintenance system

    ·  General update and housekeeping of pretreatment plant

    ·  Perform other assigned duties and tasks as required

     

    Certificate Requirements:

    ·  Provincially Certified Manitoba Class 2 Waste Water System Operator Certificate

    ·  Provincially Certified Manitoba Class 2 Waste Water Collection Certificate

    ·  May accept Provincial Certified Class 1 Waste Water Certificate, must be willing to obtain Class 2

     

    Qualifications

    We’re looking for candidates who possess the following attributes:

    ·  Willingness to work rotating shift work

    ·  Excellent communication skills; written, verbal, listening

    ·  Ability to function in a team environment and with minimal direct supervision

    ·  Able to work with computers & computerized work order systems

      

    If you are willing to step into a new and exciting career, please send us your resume, cover letter and required certificates by applying to: https://www.mapleleafcareers.com/ 

     

    Applicants who are not currently eligible to work in Canada will not be considered for this position.

     

    We thank all applicants, however, only those under consideration will be contacted.


  • 07 May 2018 9:57 AM | Iva Last (Administrator)

    Operations Manager

     

    Responsibilities and Expectations Overview:

    Reporting to the General Manager, Western Canada Utility Operations, the Operations Manager role will be responsible for the different regions operational responsibilities, business development, project execution, quality service delivery, safety, financial accountability and people development. This position will be based out of Kamloops, BC.

     

    Reporting Structure:

    This position reports to the General Manager, Western Canada Utility Operations.

     

    Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Oversees operations in assigned region, ensuring they are efficient, safe, and in compliance with all relevant policies, regulations and laws.
    • Develops and builds new and existing client relationships with strategic client potential, identifying and capitalizing on business opportunities to grow revenues and profitability.
    • Assists in the development of proposals for new business and integrated solutions.
    • Directs and supervises staff, participating in recruitment, selection, orientation, training and evaluation of employees; maintaining a safe, secure, and legal work environment; developing personal growth opportunities.
    • Provides expertise to Operations Supervisors in resolving any operational issues.
    • Manages client expectations and satisfaction, providing constant communication and resolving conflicts between client and operations team as needed.
    • Assists in the development of proposals for new business and integrated solutions.
    • Participates in the annual budgeting process, providing forecasting data for assigned region.
    • Is responsible for the regions monthly financials and meeting the annual budget in place for the region.
    • Ensures that appropriate professional services agreements are in place for all work projects and that there is appropriate due diligence to compliance of the agreement terms.
    • Projects revenue potential of existing and new clients, defining top clients for continuous relationship improvement.
    • Performs other related duties as required.

     

    Requirements:

    ·       Bachelor’s degree in related field.

    ·       5 years related work experience.

      

    Interested? Click here to apply à https://careers-corix.icims.com/jobs/3505/operations-manager/job


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Submitting a Career Listing

Career listings can be placed on the MWWA website at a cost of $50.00 +GST. 

You can place an order by selecting "Career Listing" below - or by going to the "Store" and selecting "Career Listing" there. 

Then - Email the Career listing information to: mwwaoffice@shaw.ca
(Please submit information in Word format)

Job Postings with no closing date will remain on the Career page for a maximum of 6 months.  Please notify us when you have filled the position and wish to have your Job Posting removed from the website.  

If you have more than one job posting you will have to change the quantity on your order. 

Careers In Water

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Interested in working in the Water Industry click here for more information on career choices.



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