Utilities Operator I - $4,304 - $5,231 monthly
Utilities Operator II - $5,768 - $7,010 monthly
Are you interested in working in an organization which offers the following?
- A fiscally stable agency.
- Town Council support to develop Public Works standard operating procedures; departmental goals & objectives focusing on a high-quality level of services delivered by Town staff.
- An opportunity to make a positive impact on the community with what you do!
- Small town organization with opportunities to be actively involved in a wide variety of duties.
- Opportunity to build upon and improve a strong performing division that values professional development.
Yountville is a general law city operating under a Council/Town Manager form of government with a full-time staff of twenty-seven. Town government consists of the Mayor and four council members, all elected for four-year terms. Town departments include the offices of the Town Manager, Finance, Parks and Recreation, Public Works and Planning and Building. Law enforcement services are provided under contract with Napa County Sheriff’s Department and fire/emergency medical services under contract with County of Napa/CalFire.
Named by Sunset Magazine as one of the West’s top 20 small towns, Yountville (pop 3,000), is located in the beautiful Napa Valley and enjoys a “small-town” lifestyle along with the sophistication of the wine country having high-end resorts, spas and top restaurants along with a museum, theater and 9-hole golf course and is the home of the California Veterans Home. The Napa Valley is located approximately 60 miles from San Francisco, Sacramento and the beautiful Sonoma Coastline.
The Town of Yountville seeks individuals with a “can do” attitude to join our Public Works Utility Operations Division. The division performs both operations and maintenance in and around the wastewater treatment plant, recycled water distribution system and the wastewater collection system. Projects large and small are often completed by in-house staff.
Utilities Operator I – Must have knowledge of basic wastewater treatment process and laboratory testing. Proficient in the safe use of various mechanical, hand and power tools and equipment is required. The ability to read and interpret meters, gauges and other recording devices, perform laboratory tests, and adjust controls and treatment processes in a treatment facility is required.
Utilities Operator II – In addition to the knowledge, skills and abilities expected of a Operator I, incumbent in the Operator II position is expected to possess demonstrated knowledge of the principles and methods of wastewater and water treatment systems, the mechanics of pumps and motors, safe use of tools and equipment in the repair and adjustment of plant equipment, ability to perform chemical and biological tests used in monitoring wastewater and water treatment plant and collection system processes. Skill in inspecting the overall operations of a treatment system, detecting problems, maintaining and repairing facilities; maintaining accurate and readable records, exercising good judgment in response to operational problems, and communicating orally and in writing is required.
Must be able to read, understand and record a variety of pumps, motors, meters, analyzers and detectors used in a water and wastewater treatment system. Carpentry, electrical, instrumentation and controls skills are desired. Must have personal computer skills. Must have high school diploma or GED. Must have valid Class C California drivers license.
Utilities Operator I — Must possess Grade I Wastewater upon hire and obtain both Wastewater or Water certifications within 18 months of hire.
Utilities Operator II — Must possess Grade II Wastewater certification upon being hired and obtain both Wastewater & Water certifications within 18 months of hire. Collections Systems Maintenance certification required within 18 months of hire.
- CalPERS Retirement: 2% @ 55 formula for CalPERS classic members, 2% @ 62 formula for new members.
- Health/Dental: Health: 90% of premium paid by Town -up to amount of Kaiser Health Plan; 100% Dental paid by Town.
- Deferred Compensation: up to 7% contribution by Town to match employee contribution. (Example—monthly salary of $4680 x 7% = $327.60 deferred compensation contribution by employee, $327.60 matched by Town x 12 mos. = $7,862 annual contribution by employee and Town).
- Vacation leave: Minimum of 10 days annually
- Sick leave: 12 days annually
- Holidays: 11 paid holidays plus three (3) floating holidays per year.
- Plus Retiree Medical Program, Wellness Program and more!
Please visit www.townofyountville.com to download a job application and review the detailed job description. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt. Submit your completed application, resume, cover letter and professional references to Julie Baldia, Human Resources, email@example.com, 6550 Yount St., Yountville, CA 94599.
DMV printout will be required should applicant be selected for an interview. The Town of Yountville requires documentation of the legal right to work in the United States as required by IRCA. Candidates who require special accommodations due to a disability are encouraged to request accommodations in advance of the closing date.
The Town of Yountville is an equal opportunity employer. (EOE)