- 10-Nov-2020 to Until Filled (EST)
- Utility District
- Riviera Beach, FL, USA
- 51,955.56 - 80,531.02
- Full Time
The City of Riviera Beach offers a very competitive benefits package such as health, dental, retirement, leave and other great benefits
"The City of Riviera Beach Utility Special District is undergoing a transformation in how it operates and maintains its infrastructure. As an organization, the District is looking to attract talented individuals and build a team whose mission is to make substantial improvements to how the existing water treatment plant functions, and help the District transition to a new, state-of-the-art water treatment plant."
The purpose of this position is to provide leadership for all water plant employees, under the direction of the superintendent and act as supervisor in his/her absence. The Lead Water Plant Operator plans, coordinates, and supervises water treatment plant operations, the work of plant operators, reviewing plant data, ensuring quality of drinking water for public use, and ensuring compliance with permit requirements.
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:
Requires High School graduation or GED equivalent.
Requires four years of experience in the management, operation, and maintenance of water treatment plants; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.
Preference for those with: Operating/maintaining a five (5) Million Gallons Daily (MGD) or larger lime softening water treatment plant and demonstrated knowledge of mechanical/electrical/structural basics; proficiency in both manual and automatic lime softening water treatment plant operations; proficient understanding of water treatment fundamentals (e.g. breakpoint chlorination, lime carryover, nitrification); experience with nano-filtration treatment; training new employees in plant safety/operations/maintenance; using MS Office Suite programs and iFIX software. Also desirable: Knowledge of modern laboratory techniques/procedures as related to Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) requirements (must specify on application)
Special Certifications and Licenses:
Class A license in Drinking Water Treatment; Florida Department of Environmental Protection
This position requires the successful passing of a background check and drug screening. All applicants must upload an educational diploma/degree, the required Water Plant Operator license, and a valid State of Florida Driver's License to the document section of the online application.