|Open Date||1/13/2017 5:00:00 PM|
|Filing Deadline||3/22/2017 11:59:00 PM|
|Salary||$38.11 - $59.72/hour; $6,605.73 - $10,351.47/month; $79,268.80 - $124,217.60/year|
|Type of Recruitment||Open|
Plans, directs, supervises, and coordinates the continuous, efficient and safe operation and maintenance of municipal water supply, treatment and pumping facilities and related equipment including quality control, laboratory testing, and sludge processing and disposal; supervises maintenance and security of buildings, structures and grounds.
Assists the department director in formulation and implementation of policies and program objectives for water production; conducts studies; prepares periodic special reports; assists and provides advice in the development of plans and specifications for facilities expansion and for replacement and maintenance of facilities and equipment.
Supervises and trains professional, subprofessional, technical, and clerical personnel; participates in budget preparation and the controlling of funds for operations and maintenance of existing and new facilities; assists in annual audits.
Develops plans for staffing, technical training and continuous operation of facilities to meet current and future demands for water.
Performs personnel management activities to include: recommending employment, dismissal, promotion or transfer of employees; recommending salary increases and training; approving leave requests; serving as respondent in the grievance procedures; and, developing and implementing a safety program for division employees.
Replies to technical queries from outside agencies and the general public regarding water treatment; coordinates matters such as pollution, plant and algae control in the water source with regulatory and other outside agencies.
Performs related work as required.
Extensive knowledge of: water production and treatment; water processing and purification; the operation and maintenance of a municipal water production system to include pumping operations and related facilities, equipment, buildings, structures, and grounds; federal, state and municipal rules, regulations and ordinances pertaining to water treatment, production and facilities operation; management principles, practices and techniques, and methods of organization and management of water production systems.
Considerable knowledge of: developments and information related to water treatment methods.
Ability to: train employees in water treatment and production operations and maintenance; manage work of professional, paraprofessional, technical, and clerical personnel; analyze plans, specifications and other technical materials and draw sound conclusions; organize in report form and effectively present sound recommendations, both orally and in writing; establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, officials and the general public.
Possession of a valid drivers license.
Certification as a Class "A" Water Treatment Plant Operator in the State of Florida or an equivalent certification