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Under general supervision, plans, schedules, directs, assigns, and participates in the work of staff responsible for constructing, repairing, maintaining, and replacing Town infrastructure including water, sewer, streets, parks, facilities, and drainage facilities and systems; uses and operates a variety of tools and light to heavy equipment; and performs related duties as assigned.
SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED
Are you an experienced public works professional looking for an amazing opportunity on the Coast? If so, we invite you to explore this opportunity with the City of Pacifica.
The City of Pacifica is currently recruiting for a Director of Public Works to join our team.
To learn more about this opportunity, please click here.
The City of Redwood City
invites you to apply for the position of
Lead Public Works Maintenance Worker (Wastewater)
This current opening is in the Public Works Services Department, Wastewater Division. This position reports to the Utilities Field Supervisor and the incumbent will be responsible for leading the work of maintenance workers in the field in order to meet division goals.
Typical duties will include but are not limited to:
Definition: Under direction of the Chief Plant Operator and general supervision of the Senior Maintenance Worker, the WPCP Maintenance Worker I/II performs preventative maintenance, repairs, and installs water pollution control plant and sewage pumping facilities and equipment.
Under general direction, performs complex supervisory and administrative work in planning, organizing, scheduling and managing public works activities.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Incumbents in this position typically perform but are not limited to the duties noted below on a regular basis:
This job opportunity is continuous and application reviews are performed periodically.
The City of San Mateo Public Works Department is looking for
Wastewater Treatment Plant Operators I & II and Operators in Training
Why Join our Department?
The Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) is a 15.7 MDG sub-regional facility that serves a population of more than 140,000 with an annual operating budget in excess of $10 million and has a staff of 28 professional and technical personnel.
Do you have an interest in being a Construction Project Manager in the public sector? Is providing services to all the residents of San Mateo County important to you? Are you interested in working for a large public organization that cares about its employees, strives for life-work balance, has a strong retirement/pension program, and offers a flexible work schedule?