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  • 29 Jul 2022 8:30 AM | Association Manager (Administrator)

    Utility Lead Hand

    The Town of Lac du Bonnet is seeking an experienced, collaborative and self-motivated professional to join our Public Works Utility Team as a full time Utility Lead Hand.  The Utility Lead Hand reports to the Public Works & Utilities Manager and is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Water Treatment Plant systems and sewer systems in the Town of Lac du Bonnet. Key responsibilities include ensuring delivery of safe and clean water in accordance with federal, provincial and municipal legislation, policies and standards. The Utility Lead Hand is also responsible to operate, maintain and troubleshoot the wastewater lagoon and Town’s underground sew infrastructure and its processes in compliance with Municipal, Provincial and Federal regulations.

    This is a full-time union position (IUOE 987) with a scheduled rotation and on-call when required.

    EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

    High School Diploma required
    Water Treatment Certificate – Level II
    Water Distribution – Level II
    Wastewater Collection – Level I
    Wastewater Treatment – Level I
    Minimum 3 years experience operating and maintaining water equipment and systems
    Must have a valid Class 5 Manitoba Driver’s License with clean drivers abstract
    Mathematical & mechanical aptitude are preferred

    A full job description is available on our website at www.townoflacdubonnet.com.

    Interested candidates for this position are invited to forward resume with cover letter in confidence by no later than 4:00 p.m. on August 26, 2022.

    Please submit resume to:

    Town of Lac du Bonnet
    Box 339, 84 Second Street
    Lac du Bonnet, MB R0E 1A0
    Email:  cao.townldb@mymts.net
    ATTENTION: Darcey Wittig, CAO

    Only those candidates considered for interview will be contacted.


  • 29 Jul 2022 8:30 AM | Association Manager (Administrator)

    Water Treatment Plant Operator II

    The Town of Lac du Bonnet is seeking a few experienced, collaborative and self-motivated professionals to join our Public Works Utility Team as part time Water Treatment Plant Operator II.  The Water Treatment Plant Operator II reports to the Public Works & Utilities Manager and is responsible for the day to day operations of the Water Treatment Plant systems in the Town of Lac du Bonnet.  Key responsibilities include ensuring delivery of safe and clean water in accordance with federal, provincial and municipal legislation, policies and standards.

    This is a part-time union position (IUOE 987) with a scheduled rotation and on-call when required.

    EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

    High School Diploma required
    Water Treatment Certificate – Level 2
    Must have a valid Class 5 Manitoba Driver’s License with clean drivers abstract

    Mathematical & mechanical aptitude are preferred

    A full job description is available on our website at www.townoflacdubonnet.com.

    Interested candidates for this position are invited to forward resume with cover letter in confidence by no later than 4:00 p.m. on August 26, 2022. 

    Please submit resume to:

    Town of Lac du Bonnet
    Box 339, 84 Second Street
    Lac du Bonnet, MB R0E 1A0
    Email:  cao.townldb@mymts.net
    ATTENTION: Darcey Wittig, CAO

    Only those candidates considered for interview will be contacted.

  • 04 Jul 2022 10:15 AM | Association Manager (Administrator)

    EPCOR has One Fulltime Permanent Position available for an Operator III (3) level!

    Highlights of the job

    As an Operator 3 you are accountable for performing high level Operations functions at the Regina Wastewater Treatment Plant which includes both ensuring water quality exceeds requirements and achieving the required outlook and shift planning.

    Info about Regina:

    Regina is located on Treaty 4 land and within the traditional territory of the Metis. It is the capital of Saskatchewan and the 16th largest city in Canada - located in the south central area of the province.  It is in the middle of the Prairie Provinces with Alberta to the west, and Manitoba to the east, has a diverse and vibrant community and is one of Canada’s fastest growing major cities. Regina is a four-season city that generally experiences warm springs and summers, pleasant falls, and cold, dry winters. With hundreds of parks and an abundance of sport and recreation facilities, arts and cultural centres, museums and performance spaces, major attractions and events all year round, there is something for everyone. Libraries and bicycle pathways add to an exceptional quality of life. To discover more about Regina visit: www.regina.ca

    What you’d be responsible for

    As a Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) Operator working in a highly technical facility, you are accountable for monitoring all ongoing operational aspects of the plant which includes ensuring plant operations conform with operating standards, regulatory approvals and procedures, and initiating control process adjustments in response to changing conditions.

    Reporting to the Operations Lead Hand, the Operator 3 key accountabilities are, but not limited to:

    • Directing operators on the crew and monitoring plant performance and equipment.
    • Implementing best operational practices within the operations team.
    • Performing operator duties and recording quality operational records.
    • Making decisions regarding plant isolations, plant operations, and performance to meet or exceed conditions of the Contract requirements and the Regulatory Requirements.
    • Performing field tests for troubleshooting and implementing process improvements.
    • Reviewing computerized operating and laboratory data.
    • Working with the Maintenance team to ensure that the Plant is maintained properly.
    • Ensuring working procedures are performed in compliance with Company safety standards, ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 standards.
    • The incumbent will be part of an On-Call rotation, which will result in after-hours callouts.
    • Other duties as required.

    What’s required to be successful

    Qualifications, experience and behaviours the successful candidate will possess are:

      • High school diploma (GED, or equivalent level of secondary education).
      • Valid Level 3 Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator Certificate.
      • Candidates that have their Level 2 certification and are working towards attaining their Level 3 certification may be considered for the position. 
      • 5+ years of previous experience in a wastewater treatment plant.
      • Previous experience with asset management software and SCADA control systems is a valuable asset.
      • Possession of a valid Class 3A Motor Vehicle Operator's License (or able to obtain within 3 months of date of hire) with 6 or fewer demerits. Ability to qualify for and maintain a valid EPCOR driver's permit.
      • A 5 year Drivers Abstract will be required at the time of hire
      • A 5th class Boilerman (Fireman’s) certificate is a valuable asset.
      • Demonstrated proficiency in applicable computer process software applications, including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.).
      • Working understanding of biological systems and Wastewater Plant Operations.

    As the ideal candidate, the qualifications (skills and behaviours) listed above are supplemented by your strong problem solving skills and proven ability to exercise good judgement in completing required objectives. You have well-developed and effective verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills, combined with the ability to work well within a team environment. You demonstrate the ability to achieve objectives on time and to a defined standard, you continuously look for and advocate for opportunities to improve products, streamline processes, increase efficiency, reduce waste and improve results. You are willing to adhere to EPCOR’s standard processes and to contribute to improving them, while demonstrating a strong commitment to safety. Additionally, other demonstrated competencies include taking initiative, adapting to change and focusing on continuous improvement.

    On Team EPCOR, we believe in building an engaging, inclusive and diverse work culture that inspires creative thinking, innovation and adds value to our communities. Our organization is a place where everyone is welcome, and where you can bring your whole self to work.  As part of the Team EPCOR you are expected to act with integrity and uphold a respectful, ethical, and open workplace.

    Other important facts about this job

    Please apply online only: www.epcor.com/careers

    Permanent Fulltime, #12665: Click Here

    Open until July 31, 2022

    Jurisdiction: CUPE7667
    Class: 2103
    Wage: $39.08
    Hours of work: 80 hours bi-weekly, Shifts/days vary. Overtime, weekend and shift work may be required. The successful candidate must also participate in the on-call rotation system.

    Note: We look forward to receiving your application and will be in contact with you, should you be selected for an interview. This posting is for a current opportunity and while no posting end date is indicated, it may close at any time (after the initial 14-day period), based on fulfillment of business needs. We thank all candidates for their interest; however only those selected to move forward will be contacted.

    Please note the following information:

    • A requirement of working for EPCOR is that you are at least 18 years of age, successfully attained a high school diploma (GED, or equivalent level of secondary education) and legally entitled to work in Canada. (A copy of a valid work permit may be required.)
    • If you are considered for the position, clearance on all applicable background checks (which may include criminal, identity, educational, and/or credit) and professional reference checks is required. Some EPCOR positions require an enhanced level of background assessment, which is dictated by law. These positions require advanced criminal record checks that must also be conducted from time to time after commencement of employment.
    • A technical/practical assessment may be administered during the selection process and this exercise will be used as a part of the selection criterion.
    • To meet the physical demands required of some positions, candidates must be in good physical condition and willing to work in all weather conditions. Clearance on pre-placement medical and drug and alcohol testing may be required.
  • 04 Jul 2022 10:06 AM | Association Manager (Administrator)

    Want to join EPCOR? EPCOR has some great opportunities available!

    We are currently looking for an Operator II to join our team. We have one fulltime permanent position available!

    Highlights of the job

    Do you want to be part of an innovative company that is a growing, industry-leader in the area of wastewater treatment? Do you possess a strong service orientation, excellent work ethic and the ability to work collaboratively within a team dynamic? If so, Water Canada, Regional Water Plants has one full-time permanent Operator 2 position available, based at the Wastewater Treatment Plant in Regina, SK.

    As an Operator 2 you are accountable for performing high level Operations functions at the Regina Wastewater Treatment Plant which includes both ensuring water quality exceeds requirements and achieving the required outlook and shift planning.

    We are accepting applications from current EPCOR Employees and external applicants at this time.

    Info about Regina:

    Regina is located on Treaty 4 land and within the traditional territory of the Metis. It is the capital of Saskatchewan and the 16th largest city in Canada - located in the south central area of the province.  It is in the middle of the Prairie Provinces with Alberta to the west, and Manitoba to the east, has a diverse and vibrant community and is one of Canada’s fastest growing major cities. Regina is a four-season city that generally experiences warm springs and summers, pleasant falls, and cold, dry winters. With hundreds of parks and an abundance of sport and recreation facilities, arts and cultural centres, museums and performance spaces, major attractions and events all year round, there is something for everyone. Libraries and bicycle pathways add to an exceptional quality of life. To discover more about Regina visit: www.regina.ca

    What you’d be responsible for

    Reporting to the Operations Manager or designate, the Operator II is accountable for, but not limited to:

    • Making appropriate decisions regarding plant isolations, plant operations, and performance and the impact operational changes may have on meeting all contract and regulatory and requirements.
    • Performing operator duties and recording quality operational records.
    • Performing field tests for troubleshooting and implementing process improvements.
    • Reviewing computerized operating and laboratory data.
    • Working with the Maintenance team to ensure that the Plant is maintained properly.
    • Ensuring working procedures are performed in compliance with Company safety standards and ISO 14001 standards.
    • Conducting routine process control tests to optimize various processes throughout the plant.
    • Performing daily rounds by inspecting the plant process and equipment and using the plant process control computer system (SCADA).
    • Performing routine preventive maintenance activities as required by the Standard Operating Procedures.
    • Testing and/or collecting, preparation and delivery of wastewater, sludge and other related samples to the laboratory.
    • Recording process information onto the daily operations log sheets and into the plant computer system.
    • Ensuring work permits and hazard assessments are completed and areas inspected before safe work can proceed.
    • Operation of tandem trucks and other equipment such as forklifts. Training will be provided if required.
    • The incumbent will be part of an On-Call rotation, which will result in after-hours callouts.
    • Other duties as required.

    What’s required to be successful

    Qualifications, experience and behaviours the successful candidate will possess are:

    • High school diploma (GED, or equivalent level of secondary education).
    • Grade 12 diploma (GED, or equivalent level of secondary education).
    • Level II Wastewater Treatment Operator certification preferred
      • candidates with related WWTP plant experience, but not possessing this level of certification may be considered.
    • 2+ years of previous experience in a large water utility is required.
    • Must have a valid Class 3A driver’s license or able to obtain a Class 3A driver’s license within 3 months of date of hire. (With 6 demerits or less). A Driver Abstract will be required.
    • Demonstrated proficiency in applicable computer process software applications, including Microsoft Office Suite of products (outlook, excel word, etc.).
    • Previous experience with asset management software and SCADA control systems will be considered an asset.
    • Working understanding of biological systems and Wastewater Plant Operations.
    • Must be able to meet the physical requirements of the position. Clearance on pre- placement medical testing and drug & alcohol testing will be required.

    As the ideal candidate, the qualifications (skills and behaviours) listed above are supplemented by your excellent planning and organization skills as well as the ability to apply knowledge and problem-solving skills in a timely manner to respond to issues. Our best candidate will work effectively within a team dynamic as well as with minimal supervision.

    Health and safety are integral to EPCOR's work, and we strive to maintain a zero-injury organizational culture. As the successful candidate, you possess a high level of safety awareness and demonstrate safe work practices at all times. You will also be required to actively participate in safety and other job-related training.Other important facts about this job.

    Other important facts about this job

    Please apply online only: www.epcor.com/careers

    Permanent Fulltime, #12666: Click Here

    Open until July 31, 2022

    Jurisdiction: CUPE7667
    Class: 2102
    Wage: $34.89
    Hours of work: 80 hours bi-weekly, Shifts/days vary. Overtime, weekend and shift work may be required. The successful candidate must also participate in the on-call rotation system.

    Note: We look forward to receiving your application and will be in contact with you, should you be selected for an interview. This posting is for a current opportunity and while no posting end date is indicated, it may close at any time (after the initial 14-day period), based on fulfillment of business needs. We thank all candidates for their interest; however only those selected to move forward will be contacted.

    Please note the following information:

    • A requirement of working for EPCOR is that you are at least 18 years of age, successfully attained a high school diploma (GED, or equivalent level of secondary education) and legally entitled to work in Canada. (A copy of a valid work permit may be required.)
    • If you are considered for the position, clearance on all applicable background checks (which may include criminal, identity, educational, and/or credit) and professional reference checks is required. Some EPCOR positions require an enhanced level of background assessment, which is dictated by law. These positions require advanced criminal record checks that must also be conducted from time to time after commencement of employment.
    • A technical/practical assessment may be administered during the selection process and this exercise will be used as a part of the selection criterion.
    • To meet the physical demands required of some positions, candidates must be in good physical condition and willing to work in all weather conditions. Clearance on pre-placement medical and drug and alcohol testing may be required.


  • 10 Jun 2022 12:30 PM | Association Manager (Administrator)


    THE RURAL MUNICIPALITY OF ROCKWOOD
    UTILITY OPERATOR
    FULL-TIME

    The Rural Municipality of Rockwood’s utility jurisdictions are Stony Mountain, Balmoral, Gunton and a portion of Grosse Isle.

    Under direction of the Utility Manager, the Full-Time Utility Operator will assist in the operation of modern Class II Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment system, Class II Water Distribution Systems, Class II Wastewater Treatment Facility, and Class II Wastewater Collection System.  The Full-Time Utility Operator is expected to conduct necessary daily water analysis to ensure Canadian drinking water quality guidelines are met, and to participate in the work schedule in effect as established by the Utility Manager.  The Full-time Operator will participate in a rotating shift which includes on call, call outs and weekends.

    The successful candidate must possess the following:

    • Directly related experience in operation of a Reverse Osmosis process would be an asset
    • Demonstrated ability to apply knowledge of the principles and concepts of water treatment
    • Excellent computer skills and familiarity with SCADA control, Microsoft Word and Excel are a definite asset
    • Ability to work with a minimum of supervision or alone
    • Ability to work with the public, employees, office staff and external stakeholders
    • Class II in Water Treatment, or willing to obtain
    • Class II in Water Distribution, or willing to obtain
    • Class II in Wastewater Collection, or willing to obtain
    • Class II in Wastewater Treatment, or willing to obtain

    Duties to commence as soon as possible.

    Applicants who do not meet the above qualifications will be welcomed, providing they are willing to obtain certification in the future.

    Salary shall commensurate with experience.

    Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and a complete resume outlining education, experience, and three references, and should be submitted in a sealed envelope marked:

    Application Full-Time Utility Operator” on the outside and mailed or delivered to the Attention of Alan Schick, Utility Manager, The Rural Municipality of Rockwood, Box 902, 285 Main Street, Stonewall MB R0C 2Z0, or via Email: info@rockwood.ca or Fax:  204-467-5329.

    The deadline for application submissions is open until filled.

    For further information on this position, please contact Alan Schick, Utility Manager 204-467-2272.

    The Rural Municipality of Rockwood would like to thank all the applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


  • 30 May 2022 10:00 AM | Association Manager (Administrator)


    PUBLIC WORKS FOREMAN/WATER TREATMENT II

    The Town of Powerview-Pine Falls is seeking a highly motivated individual with strong organizational and problem solving skills to fill the position of Public Works Foreman. This unionized position will be an integral part our succession planning as the Town moves forward and is responsible for the ongoing Public Works operations in collaboration with the Public Works Manager and Chief Administrative Officer. Ideally the candidate shall have a minimum of 3-5 years experience of municipal operations in a similar position, is self-motivated and mechanically inclined. Under the direction of the PW Manager, the Foreman responsibilities include but are not limited to: leading and supervising crews and encourage a safety culture; operating a variety of base equipment; maintain the water & wastewater networks and  infrastructure,   streets and sidewalks and various municipal building and equipment; assisting in the operation of a Class III 22.5 litre/sec Water Treatment Facility with a Class II Community Distribution System;

          QUALIFICATIONS:                                                        

    • Must be able to follow written/oral directions and possess good communication skills with other staff as well as the public.
    • A minimum of Grade Twelve education with a Certification in Manitoba Class II Water Treatment
    • Must be willing to obtain the following certifications within the first year of hire:
      • Water Distribution Class I
      • Wastewater Collection Class I
      • astewater Distribution Class I        
    • Must be willing to complete courses for continuing education/training.
    • Must possess a valid Manitoba driver’s license with acceptable abstract and a clean Criminal Records Check, (Class 3A with air endorsement preferred).
    • Ability to work alone or with minimal supervision.
    • The ability to operate computer and applicable software.
    • Bilingual communication skills are considered an asset

    The Town of Powerview-Pine Falls offers a complete benefits package. Individuals interested in this position must send resume and cover letter including wage expectations and three references to:

    Attention: Stewart Grandison
    Box 220, 277 B Main Street

    Powerview, MB  R0E 1P0
    Fax: 204-367-4747  Ph: 204-367-2070 PWManager@powerview-pinefalls.com

    OR 

    Attention: Sharon Desiatnyk
    Box 220, 277 B Main Street
    Powerview, MB  R0E 1P0
    Fax: 204-367-4747  Ph: 204-367-8483 cao@powerview-pinefalls.com

    The Town of Powerview-Pine Falls is an equal opportunity employer and thank all that apply; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

  • 05 May 2022 1:30 PM | Association Manager (Administrator)


    Prairie View Municipality            UTILITY OPERATOR

    FULL-TIME PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

    Prairie View Municipality is now accepting applications for the full-time position of Utility Operator.

    The successful applicant will be responsible for the day-to-day operation and maintenance of the water treatment, distribution, wastewater and storm water collection systems and facilities.

    The successful applicant must posses the following:

    • Possess and maintain a class 5 driver’s license.
    • Class 2 certification through MWWA program in Water Treatment, Class 1 in Water Distribution, and Wastewater Collection and Treatment.  Consideration may be given to applicants with partial or no certification who are willing to complete the necessary provincial certifications.  The municipality may cover the cost of training.
    • Ability to communicate effectively to establish and maintain an all-encompassing working relationship with the staff, public and contractors in a courteous manner.
    • Willingness to handle call-outs as required.
    • he ability to effectively manage operations and assets in a cost effective manner.  
    • Demonstrate a high level of initiative and enthusiasm in their approach toward fulfilling responsibilities.

    A detailed listing of duties and responsibilities is available at the office or email cao@myprairiview.ca.  Prairie View Municipality offers a comprehensive benefits package with salary as per the current collective agreement.

    Please forward your cover letter stating your interest in the position to the undersigned.  This position will be open until filled.

    Charlene Bonchuk, CAO
    Prairie View Municipality
    678 Main Street, Box 70
    Birtle, MB  R0M 0C0
    Phone: 204-842-3234
    Email: cao@myprairieview.ca

    Prairie View Municipality wishes to thank all candidates for their interest in this position, however, only those individuals considered for an interview will be contacted.


  • 18 Apr 2022 9:30 AM | Association Manager (Administrator)

    Waste Water Treatment Plant Operator Class 2

     

    McCain Foods is a world-leading food company and one of the largest manufacturers of frozen potato specialties. We also produce other foods including appetizers, vegetables, oven meals and desserts, and our products are found in restaurants and supermarket freezers in more than 160 countries around the globe. A privately owned company headquartered in Canada, we generate annual sales of CDN $9.1 billion, employ 20,000 people globally and operate 53 production facilities on six continents.

    McCain Carberry is looking for a Waste Water Treatment Plant Operator, Class 2 to work within our Engineering/Maintenance department.

    Duties/Responsibilities:

    • Collect and analyze samples in accordance with Standard Methods, Company Policy, Environmental Standards, Regulations and  ISO14001 requirements
    • Analyze and interpret data from testing and make any necessary process adjustments to ensure compliance with environmental and operating limits
    • Understand use of and utilize industrial chemicals
    • Accurate and timely completion of equipment maintenance and required documentation
    • General upkeep and maintenance of laboratory, buildings and waste treatment grounds
    • Patrol plant to check pumps, motors, chlorination systems and other plant equipment
    • Perform condition based inspections, preventative and proactive maintenance
    • Monitor and read gauges, meters and other recording instruments to detect equipment malfunctions and ensure plant systems and equipment are operating within prescribed limits
    • Operate and maintain spray irrigation equipment such as pivots, guns, booster pumps, gensets,  distribution system and associated appurtenances in accordance with the Carberry Environmental License
    • Candidate would work closely with growers, contractors and consultants on issues that pertain the irrigation system
    • Assist in the maintenance of lagoon and facility grounds
    • Work up to 12 hours per day, including evenings and weekends and in inclement weather conditions on occasion
    • Maintain accurate operational records and timely submission of reports
    • Other duties as required

    Requirements:

    • Minimum Wastewater Treatment Operator Class 2 Certification, but will consider Wastewater Treatment Operator Class 1 Certification with the ability to obtain Class 2 within 2 years
    • Wastewater Collections certification would be an asset
    • Minimum Grade 12 education from a recognized learning institution (Include transcript)
    • Completion of Wastewater Operator training courses (Include transcripts)
    • Candidate must have strong mechanical aptitude and work ethic
    • Demonstrated ability to work independently while promoting a safe workplace environment
    • Physically capable of performing all job duties, including some heavy lifting up to 50lbs and working with chemicals
    • Demonstrated problem-solving skills
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills
    • Ability to multi-task and prioritize efficiently using effective time management and organizational skills
    • Must hold and maintain a class 5 drivers licence
    • Strong computer skills, including use of SCADA, MS Office Suite and CMMS

    Job Posting: 20220119

  • 08 Apr 2022 9:00 AM | Association Manager (Administrator)

    Competition No:

    2022-30

    Duration:

    Permanent

    Close Date:

    Until filled

    Probation/Trial Rate:

    $32.70

    Position Title:

    Utility Operator

    Regular Rate:

    $34.42

    Department:

    Operations

    Hours of Work:

    40 hrs/week inclusive

    of Saturday & Sunday

    Under the general direction of the Manager of Utilities, the Utility Operator is responsible for performing duties related to the operation, monitoring, repair and maintenance of all water and wastewater treatment facilities for the Corporation.

    In order to meet compliance with Provincial Legislation, the Utility Operator is required to assume the role of Operator In Charge on a rotational basis with fellow Utility Operator staff or as directed by the Manager of Utilities.

    YOUR JOB DUTIES WILL INCLUDE:

    1.      Utilities Operation and Maintenance
    • Operation of main equipment at the Water Treatment Plant (WTP) and Raw and Treated Water Pumping Systems.
    • Operation of main equipment at the Sewage Treatment Plant (STP), U.V. Disinfection System, Decant Lagoon and Pumping Stations.
    • Operation of the Domestic Drinking Water Wells that are utilized for the supply of raw water to the City.
    • Sewage Lift Stations that are utilized for collection of wastewater in the City.
    • Operation of Retention Ponds including pumping stations.
    2.      Treatment Process
    • Perform required tests, checks and sampling for monitoring of treatment processes. Such tests as, but not limited to:
    •  Daily Free and Total Chlorine Tests
    • Daily Turbidity Tests
    • Daily pH tests
    • Daily Maintenance Management Reports and Notes
    • Daily Calcium Carbonate and Calcium Bicarbonate Tests
    • Bi-weekly Bacteriological Sampling
    3.                Administrative
    • Maintain and update as required daily records of operation of treatment facilities, Such records as, but not limited to:
    • Daily Testing Logs
    • Daily Equipment Logs
    • Daily RW Intake and TW Production
    • Daily Maintenance Management Reports and Notes
    • Bi-weekly microbiological sampling and testing
    • Weekly Time and Equipment Sheets
    4.        Building and Equipment Operation and Maintenance
    • Operate small equipment and a variety of hand tools as related to treatment facilities.
    • Carry out general building and grounds maintenance at all water and wastewater facilities.
    • Assist outside contractors when performing repairs at treatment facilities.
    • Perform routine checks, minor servicing, cleaning and basic maintenance of the equipment they are operating.
    • Inform the Manager and/or Mechanic of any required maintenance or safety problems with equipment they are operating, and to complete or assist in completion of repair/installation of City owned equipment/property.
    • Assist in shutdowns and cleaning of lime clarifiers.
    5.        On Call Rotation
    • Respond within 30 minutes to Alarm from the SCADA system at the WTP. Monitoring Station when on call and be on rotating shift emergency call from 5:00 p.m. – 8: a.m. during weekdays and 24 hours on weekends. To assist on call personnel in an emergency situation if required.
    6.        Provide support and training to other employees within the department as required; to provide training and assistance to other municipal staff as required.
    7.        Perform other related duties as may be assigned.

    SPECIFICATIONS/QUALIFICATIONS

    1.                Education, Knowledge and Experience Minimum Requirements
    • Grade 12 Education with courses in Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics & Electrical Theory.
    • Possess Certification in Level III Water Treatment Plant Operator License - Province of Manitoba (time requirement and pass exam)
    • Possess Certification in Level II Water Distribution Facility Operator - Province of Manitoba (time requirement and pass exam)
    • Possess Certification in Level II Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator License - Province of Manitoba (time requirement and pass exam)
    • Possess Certification in Level II Wastewater Collection Facility Operator – Province of Manitoba (time requirement and pass exam)
    • Must be capable of assuming the position of Operator in Charge as required under Provincial Legislation Mandatory Certification Process on an on going rotational basis with fellow Utility Operators or as directed by the Manager of Water/Wastewater Treatment Facilities
    • A minimum of four (4) years experience within a similar Water/Wastewater Treatment Facility operation in a municipal corporation, or comparable education and training
    • Possession of a Valid Class 5 Manitoba Drivers License
    • Computer proficient and able to operate a desktop PC with a Windows environment. Experience and proficiency with the following software is required: Word and Excel
    •  Experience in the use of SCADA and PLC programs and equipment that the operator will have to utilize in the day-to-day running of the various facilities within the City of Selkirk
    • Ability to maintain records in written and computer based format, as well as good attention to detail
    • Experience in techniques of plumbing, mechanical, minor electrical and other generally accepted maintenance techniques
    • Experience in the operation of designated equipment and power tools.
    • Possess valid CPR/First Aid Certification
    • Must be able to work in confined spaces and possess certification in Confined Space Entry Training
    • Must be able to work at heights which may include ladders, scaffolding and to be able to climb the water tower when required
    • Must be able to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. This includes the ability to understand written and verbal instructions
    • Ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with employees at all levels of the organization, external contact, and the public in accordance with the Respectful Workplace Policy.
    • Knowledge and understanding of the occupational hazards, safety precautions, regulations and procedures that are applicable to the area of work
    • Demonstrated competence in safe work practices
    • Must be physical able to perform all the laboring aspects or other duties associated with the position

    COMMENTS:

    Human Resources, City of Selkirk, 200 Eaton Avenue, Selkirk, Manitoba R1A 0W6

    FAX #: 1-204-482-5448                Email: jobs@cityofselkirk.com              Phone: 204-785-4900

    Thank you to all who apply, however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

    For a copy of the full job description please visit our website, myselkirk.ca.

    The City of Selkirk is dedicated to building a workforce that reflects the diversity of the community we serve. We are an equal opportunity employer, committed to providing an inclusive work environment. Applicants who require accommodation during the hiring process are encouraged to contact the City’s Human Resources Division via the information provided in the Contact Information section of this posting.

    NOTE: Employees will be required to adhere to the City’s Vaccination Policy.


  • 04 Mar 2022 3:59 PM | Association Manager (Administrator)


    Competition No:

    2022-1 REPOST

    Duration:

    Permanent

    Close Date:

    Until filled

    Probation/Trial Rate:

    $26.57

    Position Title:

    Utility Maintenance

    Regular Rate:

    $27.97

    Department:

    Operations

    Hours of Work:

    40 hrs/week

    Under the general supervisory direction of the Manager of Utilities, Utility Maintenance is responsible for performing duties related to maintenance, repair and replacement of water, wastewater and land drainage systems.

    YOUR JOB DUTIES WILL INCLUDE:

    1. Utilities Maintenance
    • Perform duties related to the maintenance, inspections, repairs and testing of the water system, including main lines, valves, hydrants, service lines, meters, accessories, and appurtenances.
    • Perform duties related to the maintenance and repair of wastewater and land drainage systems, including manholes, main lines, service connections, accessories, and appurtenances.
    • Perform duties related to the thawing of water, wastewater, and land drainage systems with portable steamers, etc.
    • On a quarterly frequency to carry out a reading of all the water metering equipment and work with the Utility Clerk to schedule appointments, supply consumption histories and additional readings for the quarterly billing cycle.
    • Perform water cut-ins and cut-offs on main valves and individual service boxes as requested.
    • Provide underground utility locations for outside utilities, contractors, etc.
    • Correspond with consumers, contractors, etc. as required.
    • Serve as the designated Field Person In-Charge as directed by the Manager of Utilities.
    • Conduct Chlorine Residual Testing after a repair to the Water Distribution System.
    2. Administrative
    • Provide and maintain accurate records regarding the day-to-day operations. Records are to be in both written and electronic format and meet Provincial Regulations under the Environment Act.

    3. Equipment Operation and Maintenance

    • Operate the utility maintenance vehicle, other vehicles, and a variety of hand tools, small equipment, and light equipment as related to carrying out work assignments.
    • Perform maintenance, routine checks, minor services, daily inspections reports and cleaning of vehicles and equipment utilized in day-to-day work related activities.
    • Inform the Manager and/or Mechanic of any required significant repair or safety problem on equipment being operated

    4. Provide support and training to other employees as required.

    5. Perform other related duties as may be assigned.

    SPECIFICATIONS/QUALIFICATIONS

    1. Education, Knowledge and Experience Minimum Requirements

    • Grade 12 Education with courses in Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Biology & Electrical Theory
    • Possess a Level II Wastewater Collection Operator License within the Province of Manitoba
    • Possess a Level II Water Distribution Operator License within the Province of Manitoba
    • Must be capable of serving as the designated Field Person In-Charge as legislated under Provincial Mandatory Certification Regulations
    • A minimum of three (3) years experience within similar water distribution and wastewater collection facility operations in a municipal corporation
    • Possession of a Valid Class 5 Manitoba Drivers License
    • Experience in basic plumbing techniques
    • Experience in the operation of designated equipment and power tools
    • Ability to read and understand engineering drawings related to the City's infrastructure
    • Ability to maintain records in written and computer-based format
    • Possess valid CPR/First Aid Certification
    • Possess Certification in Confined Space Entry Training
    • Must be able to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. This includes the ability to understand written and verbal instructions
    • Ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships with employees at all levels of the organization, external contracts and the public, in accordance with the Respectful Workplace Policy
    • Ability to work independently, with a minimum of supervision
    • Knowledge and understanding of the occupational hazards, safety precautions, regulations and procedures that are applicable to the area of work
    • Demonstrated competence in safe work practices
    • Must be physically able to perform all the laboring aspects or other duties associated with the position
    • Knowledge and understanding of the occupational hazards, safety precautions, regulations and procedures that are applicable to the area of work
    • Demonstrated competence in safe work practices
    • Must be physical able to perform all the laboring aspects or other duties associated with the position

    COMMENTS:


    Human Resources, City of Selkirk, 200 Eaton Avenue, Selkirk, Manitoba R1A 0W6

    FAX #: 1-204-482-5448 Email: jobs@cityofselkirk.com Phone: 204-785-4900

    Thank you to all who apply, however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

    For a copy of the full job description please visit our website, myselkirk.ca.

    The City of Selkirk is dedicated to building a workforce that reflects the diversity of the community we serve. We are an equal opportunity employer, committed to providing an inclusive work environment. Applicants who require accommodation during the hiring process are encouraged to contact the City’s Human Resources Division via the information provided in the Contact Information section of this posting.

    NOTE: Employees will be required to adhere to the Vaccination Policy.


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