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Utilities Operator I – Water & Waste Water Treatment

May 1 2018
Utilities Operator I – Water & Waste Water Treatment

The Town of St. Paul is seeking a mature, dedicated, team member to join the Utilities Department and is accepting applications for one (1) permanent full time (40 hours per week) employee.

Reporting to the Director of Utilities, the successful applicant will join the team to perform the day-to- day operations at our Level III Water Treatment Plant and Level II Wastewater Treatment Plant.
The Utilities Operator is responsible for the safe operation of the water and wastewater treatment plants, as well as ensuring safe treatment, disinfection and transmission of potable water to the Town of St. Paul and surrounding area.

Responsibilities include, (but are not limited to), daily maintenance of buildings and equipment, laboratory analysis, precise documentation, data organization and record management, as well as the repair and maintenance of pump houses, lift station and water/waste water treatment facilities.

The successful applicant shall perform all work in a safe and time efficient manner, following the safe work policies, practices and procedures for the Town of St. Paul, in addition to the guidelines stipulated by Alberta Environment and Parks.

• Minimum level of education required: Grade 12 diploma - or equivalent
• Strong analytical, decision-making, teamwork and communication (written and verbal) skills
• Proven mechanical and instrumentation aptitude
• Demonstrated ability to work both independently and as part of the team
• Proficiency with Microsoft Applications and SCADA software
• Be physically fit and able to work in all environmental conditions
• Hold a valid Class 5 Driver’s License – Class 3 with Q endorsement is considered an asset
• A current Level I Alberta Environment and Parks Water Treatment & Wastewater Treatment Certificate and Cross Connection Control Specialist Technician Certificate are preferable, but not necessarily required

The successful candidate must be able to meet the on-call protocols and participate in the shift schedule/on-call rotation within the Utilities Department. Regular hours of operation are Monday to Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Annual starting salary for this position is dependent on qualifications and suitability. The Town of St. Paul offers an attractive benefits and pension package.

Individuals interested in this position are asked to submit a cover letter and resume, via email, as indicated below. A pre-condition of employment consists of a current/clean Criminal Record Check and Driver’s Abstract.

Deadline for applications: May 24, 2018 at 4:30 p.m.
Bert Pruneau
Director of Utilities

We appreciate and consider all applications submitted, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
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