Water Reclamation Facility Superintendent

This position is responsible for the safe and efficient operation and maintenance of the Water Reclamation Facility; including ensuring compliance with all federal, state and local regulations along with determining priorities for the facility and develops short and long-range plans to meet existing and future wastewater needs. The Superintendent also plans treatment changes and assesses alternative treatment processes that could improve treatment performance and efficiency and interprets, enforces, and recommends updates to the sewer use ordinance and departmental policies and procedures as appropriate to protect the Water Reclamation Facility and collection system. Other duties include preparing annual departmental budgets and oversees financial performance, prioritizing capital improvements and reviewing workforce needs, recommending staffing levels, and performing personnel related functions such as recruiting, interviewing, and performance management.

This position requires a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Chemistry, Biology, Environmental Sciences or related field; or equivalent education and experience along with at least 5 years experience in wastewater treatment operations, maintenance or design. Supervisory skills necessary to effectively manage the daily operations and administration of assigned functions along with considerable knowledge of principles and operating practices related to wastewater treatment. Additional consideration given to candidates who hold municipal Wastewater Class “A” Certification from the State of Michigan.


Journeyman Lineworker

This position is responsible for constructing, maintaining and repairing electrical lines for street lighting, overhead and underground distribution as well as installing primary metering and voltage regulators. Lineworker also make service connections, hang transformers and dig holes for poles and anchors.

This position requires completion of an apprenticeship program recognized by the U.S. Department of Labor along with knowledge of working energized lines ranging from 110 volts to 7200 volts. The ideal candidate will also know how to perform bucket and pole top rescue. The ability and skill in climbing poles and working at moderate heights with wires energized at high voltages and the ability to climb ladders and poles.


Stock Keeper

This position is responsible for the purchase process and coordination of materials and minor services required for the operation and maintenance of the Electric Production Department, including all aspects of inventory control, receipt, invoices, storage and issuance of a variety of materials and supplies along with assisting in procedure and document control of material and equipment systems.

This position requires a high school diploma or equivalent along with knowledge of warehouse and material handling principles and practices with at least one year of experience.  Working knowledge of database, spreadsheet and word processing using Microsoft software applications is also required.



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