Chowchilla

Utility Systems Supervisor (17142001)

calopps-tags
Public Works
calopps-map-marker
Central Valley
calopps-hourglass
Full-Time
calopps-calendar
Until filled
calopps-usd
$30.16-$38.61 Hourly
calopps-question
None


Please review the special instructions before applying for this job opportunity.


Location

130 S Second Street Chowchilla, 93610

Description

The City of Chowchilla is seeking a Utility System Supervisor to plan, direct, organize and manage the activities of the City's Utility Systems Division of the Public Works Department including utilities maintenance, water distribution, server collections, facilities maintenance and meter services.  

The Position:   The position reports to the Director of Public Works and develops and implements general policy directives for the water production, distribution, treatment, environmental control, and maintenance programs of the utility department.   The position also develops and implements general policy directives for the wastewater collection, treatment, environmental control, and land application programs of the Public Works Department.   The position is also designated as Chief Plant Operator pursuant to California Code of Regulations, Title 23, Division 3, and Chapter 26.  

Ideal Candidate

The position exercises independent judgement in supervising wastewater operations staff performing operations, maintenance, and repair of the City's wastewater treatment system and water distribution systems.  This classification is distinguished from the wastewater and water worker series in that it has direct supervisory responsibilities. 

Job Requirements Prerequisites: Graduation from an accredited college with an AA Degree and at least four years of progressively responsible experience in public work maintenance, including one year of supervisor experience; however, a combination of education and experience may be deemed equivalent to the requirements listed above.

Qualifications/Requirements:

  • Additional requirements include a valid State of California Driver’s License and a:
    • A Grade III Wastewater Treatment Plant Operations Certificate issued by the State Water Resources Control Board
      • or a Grade II Wastewater Treatment Plant Operations Certificate Issued by the State Water Resources Control Board with the ability to obtain a Grade III Wastewater Treatment Plant Operations Certificate within six months of hire
  • And 
    • A Water Distribution System Operator Grade III Certificate issued by the State Water Resources Control Board,
      • or a Water Distribution System Operator Grade II Certificate with the ability to obtain a Water Distribution System Operator Grade III Certificate within six months of hire.
  • General and Specialized Job Knowledge and Abilities General Knowledge: of materials, equipment, methods, and practices essential to the efficient operation and maintenance of modern water production, distribution, and treatment facilities and maintenance of modern wastewater collection and treatment facilities, water and wastewater laboratories, and land application facilities.
  • Specialized Knowledge: of principals of supervision, training, and performance evaluation. Operational characteristics and maintenance of a domestic water treatment and a distribution system including: wells, chlorination pumps, and motors. Procedures, methods, and techniques of water treatment within a water distribution system and laws, regulations, codes, and standards, governing wastewater collection, treatment, land application, industrial pre-treatment and laboratory operations.
  • Ability to: Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, to prepare concise, well documented, logically presented reports and budgets, and to establish cooperative working relationships with employees, department, city officials, regulatory agencies, and the general public.
  • Operate a wide variety of equipment, machinery, and tools used in water treatment and distribution system construction, maintenance, and repair in a safe and effective manner. Operate modern office equipment including computer equipment. Operate a motor vehicle safely and problem solve. Provide excellent internal/external customer services.

Benefits

BENEFITS

  • Holidays: The City recognizes 11 days each calendar year plus 2 floating holidays. 
  • Vacation:  Employees earn 3.70 hours of vacation per pay period for the first three years and increases to the maximum of 9.23 hours per pay period. 
  • Sick Leave:  3.70 hours earned per pay period with no maximum accrual cap. 
  • Retirement:  Employees are members of the California Public Employees Retirement Systems (CalPERS).  The City does not participate in Social Security.  
  • Health Insurance:  Employee pays a portion for employee and dependent coverage of medical, dental, health and life insurance. 
  • Medicare:  City pays 1.45% of salary; employee pays 1.45% of salary. 
  • SDI:  1% of salary paid by employee. 
  • Deferred Compensation: CalPERS 457 Deferred Compensation program is available for employee participation. 
  • Additional:  Longevity pay based on years of services; City pays all state mandated training and licenses.  

Special Instructions

Candidates are encouraged to submit an application, any related documents, and any required certification(s) if applicable, through www.CalOpps.org. Applications are available at www.CalOpps.org and from the City website at www.CityofChowchilla.org.

Candidates must submit application materials that include a complete and signed employment application, DMV print-out with copies of the required certificates listed under the Qualifications/Requirements in the Job Description.

The City of Chowchilla is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, ethnicity, political affiliation, age, marital status, medical condition, or disability. The City of Chowchilla makes reasonable accommodations for the disabled. If you believe you require special accommodations in the testing process, you must inform the City of Chowchilla in writing prior to the testing. Applicants that request such accommodations must document their request with an explanation of the type and extent of accommodations required.

Candidates considered to be best qualified based on the information provided will move forward in the recruitment process.

The provisions in this bulletin do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provision contained in this bulletin may be modified or revoked at any time.

 

Recruitment Contact

Contact phone: 
(559)665-8615
Contact phone extension: 
102