Utilities Operations Specialist I or II (dependent upon experience/qualifications): Utilities Operations Specialist I is the entry level classification and Utilities Operations Specialist II is the first-journey level classification of the Utilities Operations Specialist series. Essential functions include: replace, repair, operate and maintain sewer lines, manholes, water lines, pumping stations, wells, water tanks, water treatment stations, booster stations, odor control stations, fire hydrants and other essential parts of the District’s water and wastewater systems.
Experience/Certification Requirements for Operations Specialist I: At least one year of experience in water or wastewater construction or maintenance, plumbing or closely related field is required. The ability to obtain the following within 18 months is required; Class B Driver’s license, CA State Water Resources Control Board D1 Water Distribution Operator certificate, and California Water Environment Assoc. Grade I Collection System Maintenance certificate. See the Job Description for further information.
Experience/Certification Requirements for Operations Specialist II: At least two years of progressively responsible experience in the operation and maintenance of sewer collection and water distribution systems comparable to a Utilities Operations Specialist I is required. Possession of the following is required; valid Class A Commercial Driver’s license, valid CA State Water Resources Control Board T1 Water Treatment Plant Operator certificate and D2 Water Distribution Operator certificate, and valid California Water Environment Assoc. Grade II Collection System Maintenance certificate. See the Job Description for further information.
The Tahoe Basin is a wonderful place to live, work and play! We boast a small town atmosphere with superb recreation at your doorstep. Lake Tahoe is approximately 200 miles northeast of the San Francisco Bay Area, 100 miles northeast of Sacramento, and 45 miles southwest of Reno, Nevada. Nestled along 31 miles of the north and west shores of Lake Tahoe, our independent special district provides water, sewer, and parks and recreation services to a community of approximately 5,000 full time residents, 20,000 part-time residents and many millions of visitors.
The District’s sewer system serves approximately 7,800 customers. Water is divided into nine sub-regional systems serving approximately 5,700 connections. We are honored to have earned an exceptional reputation for protection of the environment, effective implementation of projects, strong maintenance practices, and responsive service to the community we serve.
Salary Range is $5,170 - $6,721/month DOQ for Operations Specialist I. Salary Range is $5,826 - $7,574/month DOQ for Operations Specialist II.
Working at the Tahoe City Public Utility District is more than applying for a job. It’s about becoming a valuable part of our mission. TCPUD boasts an excellent benefits package and a friendly and supportive work environment rooted in our Core Values of Service, Professionalism, Teamwork, Initiative, and Communication. We are always on the lookout for individuals who want to be a part of this culture! Apply now to become part of our award winning team!
Job description, job application and supplemental questionnaire are located on our website www.tcpud.org. Questions regarding this position should be directed to Michelle Martland, Human Resources Administrator, at 530-580-6043 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Submit application, supplemental questionnaire and resume in order to be considered. Deadline for submission is 2/28/2020.
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