Lead Water Production Operator

Water Employee Services Authority | Lake Elsinore, CA

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Posted Date 10/12/2021
Description


Under general direction, the selected incumbent will act in a lead capacity and perform a variety of tasks associated with the operation and maintenance of the District's domestic production facilities, agricultural  pumping and storage facilities, and reclaimed water storage and pumping facilities to include the water   treatment plant and water laboratory.  WESA is seeking a  successful candidate who will be a dynamic leader and a quick thinker, who displays initiative and creativity in their work, as well as perform a  variety  of complex, technical, and problem solving activities within the  Water Production Division of the Water   Operations Department.    

 Immediate Impact:  The successful candidate will be given the following objectives upon hire:
· Within 3 months, will review, understand and ensure compliance with the District Safety Manual; attend safety meetings, s required, and report all accidents, violations or infractions to the supervisor. 
· Within 6 months, maintain daily records and files associated with well, booster station and treatment plant operation, as well as equipment records, including equipment run time, vehicle and generator gasoline records, production reads, chemical usage, laboratory tests and schedule of tasks needed to be performed for system maintenance. 
· Within 12 months, learn District policies and procedures necessary to process travel, allocate receipts and invoices, archive various documents, upload staff reports and meeting attachments and contribute to process standardization by updating or drafting SOPs.
 
The Ideal Candidate:
· Is an effective communicator, with the ability to interact professionally with a wide range of audiences.
· Will act with integrity and in accordance with the accepted ethical standards of the District and applicable laws and regulations.
· Is an engaging team player, looking out for the common good for the organization.
· Demonstrates the ability to effectively lead a diverse group of skilled technicians.
· Has an experienced understanding of the principles and practices used in the maintenance and repair of electrical and electronic equipment systems including control systems, SCADA systems, instrumentation and electronic   motors.
· Has an education equivalent to the completion of twelfth grade supplemented by specialized training in water treatment and distribution or a related field.
· Possesses a valid D4 Water Distribution Operator Certificate issued by the California State  Water Resources Control Board.
· Possesses a valid T3 Water Treatment Operator Certificate issued by the California State    Water Resources Control Board.
· Possession of an appropriate, valid Class C California drivers license.
 
Compensation:  The salary range for the Lead Water Production Operator is $7,271 —$9,543 per month with an excellent benefits package.  Placement within the salary range will be based on the candidate’s qualifications and experience.    WESA offers a comprehensive benefit plan, some of which includes:
 
· Medical, dental, vision, accidental death and dismemberment insurance, a life insurance policy equal to two times the annual salary for the employee and a $1,000.00 policy for eligible dependents.  Benefits become effective on the first of the month following a 30-day waiting period and the Authority contributes 90% of the cost of such insurance.
· CalPERS Retirement is provided using the 2.7 at age 55 formula for “Classic” Members. Retirement is provided using the 2% at age 62 formula for “New” Members.
· Three deferred compensation plans to which an employee may voluntarily contribute up to $19,500 per year.  The Authority does not contribute to these plans.
· Twelve (12) paid holidays per year.  Upon employment with WESA for one year, employees also receive one (1) floating holiday annually.
· Employees accrue vacation at the rate of 3.08 hours per  two-week pay period for the first 4 years of employment; 4.62 hours for years 5-8;  6.16 hours for years 9-13; 6.47 hours for years 14-18; and 6.78 for 19+ years of service.
· Sick leave is accrued at the rate of 3.70 hours per bi-weekly pay period for a total of 96.20 hours per year with unlimited accumulation.
· Additional benefits available include:  9/80 work schedule, Direct Deposit, Flexible Spending Accounts, Employee Assistance Program, Educational Assistance, Certification Reimbursement Program, Certification Bonus Program and two credit unions.
 
Our Mission:  The EVMWD team delivers total water management that powers the health and vibrancy of its communities so life can flourish.
 
 
The Water Employee Services Authority:   WESA was established as a joint powers authority between the Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District and Meeks & Daley Water Company.  As a joint powers authority, WESA provides professional water and wastewater services to both agencies.  WESA is committed to:  
 
The Application Process: If you are interested in this opportunity, submit a completed WESA employment application online at www.evmwd.com. Resumes and certifications may be included, but will not be accepted in lieu of a completed employment application. In order to be considered, applications must be received no later than 5:30 pm on Monday, October25, 2021. 
 Under general direction, the selected incumbent will act in a lead capacity and perform a variety of tasks associated with the operation and maintenance of the District's domestic production facilities, agricultural  pumping and storage facilities, and reclaimed water storage and pumping facilities to include the water   treatment plant and water laboratory.  WESA is seeking a  successful candidate who will be a dynamic leader and a quick thinker, who displays initiative and creativity in their work, as well as perform a  variety  of complex, technical, and problem solving activities within the  Water Production Division of the Water   Operations Department.    

 Immediate Impact:  The successful candidate will be given the following objectives upon hire:
· Within 3 months, will review, understand and ensure compliance with the District Safety Manual; attend safety meetings, s required, and report all accidents, violations or infractions to the supervisor. 
· Within 6 months, maintain daily records and files associated with well, booster station and treatment plant operation, as well as equipment records, including equipment run time, vehicle and generator gasoline records, production reads, chemical usage, laboratory tests and schedule of tasks needed to be performed for system maintenance. 
· Within 12 months, learn District policies and procedures necessary to process travel, allocate receipts and invoices, archive various documents, upload staff reports and meeting attachments and contribute to process standardization by updating or drafting SOPs.
 
The Ideal Candidate:
· Is an effective communicator, with the ability to interact professionally with a wide range of audiences.
· Will act with integrity and in accordance with the accepted ethical standards of the District and applicable laws and regulations.
· Is an engaging team player, looking out for the common good for the organization.
· Demonstrates the ability to effectively lead a diverse group of skilled technicians.
· Has an experienced understanding of the principles and practices used in the maintenance and repair of electrical and electronic equipment systems including control systems, SCADA systems, instrumentation and electronic   motors.
· Has an education equivalent to the completion of twelfth grade supplemented by specialized training in water treatment and distribution or a related field.
· Possesses a valid D4 Water Distribution Operator Certificate issued by the California State  Water Resources Control Board.
· Possesses a valid T3 Water Treatment Operator Certificate issued by the California State    Water Resources Control Board.
· Possession of an appropriate, valid Class C California drivers license.
 
Compensation:  The salary range for the Lead Water Production Operator is $7,271 —$9,543 per month with an excellent benefits package.  Placement within the salary range will be based on the candidate’s qualifications and experience.    WESA offers a comprehensive benefit plan, some of which includes:
 
· Medical, dental, vision, accidental death and dismemberment insurance, a life insurance policy equal to two times the annual salary for the employee and a $1,000.00 policy for eligible dependents.  Benefits become effective on the first of the month following a 30-day waiting period and the Authority contributes 90% of the cost of such insurance.
· CalPERS Retirement is provided using the 2.7 at age 55 formula for “Classic” Members. Retirement is provided using the 2% at age 62 formula for “New” Members.
· Three deferred compensation plans to which an employee may voluntarily contribute up to $19,500 per year.  The Authority does not contribute to these plans.
· Twelve (12) paid holidays per year.  Upon employment with WESA for one year, employees also receive one (1) floating holiday annually.
· Employees accrue vacation at the rate of 3.08 hours per  two-week pay period for the first 4 years of employment; 4.62 hours for years 5-8;  6.16 hours for years 9-13; 6.47 hours for years 14-18; and 6.78 for 19+ years of service.
· Sick leave is accrued at the rate of 3.70 hours per bi-weekly pay period for a total of 96.20 hours per year with unlimited accumulation.
· Additional benefits available include:  9/80 work schedule, Direct Deposit, Flexible Spending Accounts, Employee Assistance Program, Educational Assistance, Certification Reimbursement Program, Certification Bonus Program and two credit unions.
 
Our Mission:  The EVMWD team delivers total water management that powers the health and vibrancy of its communities so life can flourish.
 
 
The Water Employee Services Authority:   WESA was established as a joint powers authority between the Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District and Meeks & Daley Water Company.  As a joint powers authority, WESA provides professional water and wastewater services to both agencies.  WESA is committed to:  
 
Professionalism—This means we show knowledge, effectiveness, and competency with coworker and customer interactions. We maintain a calm, professional outward demeanor, upholding a reputation for accuracy, dependability, expertise, efficiency, and high quality through information, services, and product delivery.
Enthusiasm—This means we possess a strong drive and desire for learning, innovation, forward-thinking, and the overall desire to do our job well.
Integrity—This means we are sincere and demonstrate high moral standards in principles, intentions, and actions; we have an honest and open approach to all conduct aspects that encourages loyalty, transparency, fairness, and trust.
Inclusiveness—This means we conduct ourselves in a manner promoting respect and teamwork. Inclusiveness means communication with and appreciation for all, understanding each person is unique. We strive to understand how to work with our differences, provide better service, work products, and enhance organizational culture.
Stewardship—This means we take responsibility for and ownership of assigned responsibilities; we value public health and the environment, we consider customer expectations, both internal and external; we demonstrate a proactive, positive willingness to serve (service to others).
 
The Application Process: If you are interested in this opportunity, submit a completed WESA employment application online at www.evmwd.com. Resumes and certifications may be included, but will not be accepted in lieu of a completed employment application. In order to be considered, applications must be received no later than 5:30 pm on Monday, October25, 2021. 
 Under general direction, the selected incumbent will act in a lead capacity and perform a variety of tasks associated with the operation and maintenance of the District's domestic production facilities, agricultural  pumping and storage facilities, and reclaimed water storage and pumping facilities to include the water   treatment plant and water laboratory.  WESA is seeking a  successful candidate who will be a dynamic leader and a quick thinker, who displays initiative and creativity in their work, as well as perform a  variety  of complex, technical, and problem solving activities within the  Water Production Division of the Water   Operations Department.    

 Immediate Impact:  The successful candidate will be given the following objectives upon hire:
· Within 3 months, will review, understand and ensure compliance with the District Safety Manual; attend safety meetings, s required, and report all accidents, violations or infractions to the supervisor. 
· Within 6 months, maintain daily records and files associated with well, booster station and treatment plant operation, as well as equipment records, including equipment run time, vehicle and generator gasoline records, production reads, chemical usage, laboratory tests and schedule of tasks needed to be performed for system maintenance. 
· Within 12 months, learn District policies and procedures necessary to process travel, allocate receipts and invoices, archive various documents, upload staff reports and meeting attachments and contribute to process standardization by updating or drafting SOPs.
 
The Ideal Candidate:
· Is an effective communicator, with the ability to interact professionally with a wide range of audiences.
· Will act with integrity and in accordance with the accepted ethical standards of the District and applicable laws and regulations.
· Is an engaging team player, looking out for the common good for the organization.
· Demonstrates the ability to effectively lead a diverse group of skilled technicians.
· Has an experienced understanding of the principles and practices used in the maintenance and repair of electrical and electronic equipment systems including control systems, SCADA systems, instrumentation and electronic   motors.
· Has an education equivalent to the completion of twelfth grade supplemented by specialized training in water treatment and distribution or a related field.
· Possesses a valid D4 Water Distribution Operator Certificate issued by the California State  Water Resources Control Board.
· Possesses a valid T3 Water Treatment Operator Certificate issued by the California State    Water Resources Control Board.
· Possession of an appropriate, valid Class C California drivers license.
 
Compensation:  The salary range for the Lead Water Production Operator is $7,271 —$9,543 per month with an excellent benefits package.  Placement within the salary range will be based on the candidate’s qualifications and experience.    WESA offers a comprehensive benefit plan, some of which includes:
 
· Medical, dental, vision, accidental death and dismemberment insurance, a life insurance policy equal to two times the annual salary for the employee and a $1,000.00 policy for eligible dependents.  Benefits become effective on the first of the month following a 30-day waiting period and the Authority contributes 90% of the cost of such insurance.
· CalPERS Retirement is provided using the 2.7 at age 55 formula for “Classic” Members. Retirement is provided using the 2% at age 62 formula for “New” Members.
· Three deferred compensation plans to which an employee may voluntarily contribute up to $19,500 per year.  The Authority does not contribute to these plans.
· Twelve (12) paid holidays per year.  Upon employment with WESA for one year, employees also receive one (1) floating holiday annually.
· Employees accrue vacation at the rate of 3.08 hours per  two-week pay period for the first 4 years of employment; 4.62 hours for years 5-8;  6.16 hours for years 9-13; 6.47 hours for years 14-18; and 6.78 for 19+ years of service.
· Sick leave is accrued at the rate of 3.70 hours per bi-weekly pay period for a total of 96.20 hours per year with unlimited accumulation.
· Additional benefits available include:  9/80 work schedule, Direct Deposit, Flexible Spending Accounts, Employee Assistance Program, Educational Assistance, Certification Reimbursement Program, Certification Bonus Program and two credit unions.
 
Our Mission:  The EVMWD team delivers total water management that powers the health and vibrancy of its communities so life can flourish.
 
 
The Water Employee Services Authority:   WESA was established as a joint powers authority between the Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District and Meeks & Daley Water Company.  As a joint powers authority, WESA provides professional water and wastewater services to both agencies.  WESA is committed to:  
 
Professionalism—This means we show knowledge, effectiveness, and competency with coworker and customer interactions. We maintain a calm, professional outward demeanor, upholding a reputation for accuracy, dependability, expertise, efficiency, and high quality through information, services, and product delivery.
Enthusiasm—This means we possess a strong drive and desire for learning, innovation, forward-thinking, and the overall desire to do our job well.
Integrity—This means we are sincere and demonstrate high moral standards in principles, intentions, and actions; we have an honest and open approach to all conduct aspects that encourages loyalty, transparency, fairness, and trust.
Inclusiveness—This means we conduct ourselves in a manner promoting respect and teamwork. Inclusiveness means communication with and appreciation for all, understanding each person is unique. We strive to understand how to work with our differences, provide better service, work products, and enhance organizational culture.
Stewardship—This means we take responsibility for and ownership of assigned responsibilities; we value public health and the environment, we consider customer expectations, both internal and external; we demonstrate a proactive, positive willingness to serve (service to others).
 
The Application Process: If you are interested in this opportunity, submit a completed WESA employment application online at www.evmwd.com. Resumes and certifications may be included, but will not be accepted in lieu of a completed employment application. In order to be considered, applications must be received no later than 5:30 pm on Monday, October25, 2021. 
 

Job Category
Local Government
Career Level
Entry Level

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