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ORACWA posts water quality related jobs of interest to our members. Most are with member organizations, but some are with state or federal regulatory agencies and not-for-profit organizations focused on water quality issues.


Performance Analyst - Water/Sewer Utility Billing
City of Bend

Salary: $64,875.20 - $82,804.80 annually
Closing date:
7/26/17, 12:00pm

The analyst is responsible for accurately collecting, compiling, manipulating, analyzing and reporting of Finance Department data which many include technical, demographic, customer and financial data for the various operations within the Finance Department which include billing & customer service, cash receipting, municipal court, accounting & financial reporting, payroll, accounts payable, and budget & financial planning.  The analyst coordinates the business needs of the Finance Department with other City departments regarding the accuracy, use, integrity and protection of data.

While this position supports all Finance Department operations, the primary focus through 2019 will be billing & customer service, as the team prepares for implementation of a new utility and general billing system that will replace a 27+ year old system. The Performance Analyst will serve a critical role in the system replacement and process improvement project. Responsibilities will include but are not limited to researching and evaluating the integrity of existing data, creating and managing complex workflow processes, designing, configuring and implementing a new selected billing system, developing and managing project workplans and schedules, and collaborating with other City staff that will be integrated in to the project to ensure all impacted departments and users are included at the appropriate levels. This position will also be responsible for training software module leads and end users, as well as working with the City's communications department to develop an external communications plan since the new billing system will impact all utility customers. 

To see further details of the position and to apply please visit:  https ://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/bend/jobs/1778506/performance-analyst?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

 

Environmental Specialist
City of Troutdale

Salary: $29.43 to $34.07 per hour DOQ
Closing date:
7/21/17

General Description:
To develop, implement, and ensure compliance with, a variety of environmental programs within the City, manage various environmental projects, and respond to related public questions and concerns.

Oversee components of compliance with the City's wastewater treatment plant permit. Manage the City’s industrial pretreatment program, including, but not limited to, plan reviews; the preparation of wastewater discharge permits; reviewing permit applications; reviewing reports; conducting industrial user inspections; analysis and interpretation of water quality data and chemical constituents for their effect on the treatment works; maintain complete and accurate records of pretreatment program implementation; gather data and evidence associated with suspicious discharges; review and update the City’s industrial pretreatment implementation manual and pretreatment section of the Troutdale Municipal Code; and all other measures required to ensure compliance with State and Federal regulations.

Coordinate the development of, and advise/assist in the implementation of, the City’s stormwater management plan in compliance with all State and Federal mandated water quality requirements. Administer the City’s stormwater quality program, including, but not limited to, plan reviews; reviewing reports; reviewing and updating the City’s stormwater management manual or adopted reference manual; reviewing and updating stormwater quality requirements of the Construction Standards for Public Works Facilities; maintaining knowledge of emerging stormwater issues, treatment technologies and requirements; gathering data and evidence associated with suspicious discharges; preparing reports and maintaining records; providing information and assistance in response to requests from the public; reviewing and proposing updates to the City’s standards and Troutdale Municipal Code; and all other measures required to ensure compliance with State and Federal regulations

To review the job qualifications,required experience and education, and information on how to apply for the position, please visit the City of Troudale's website at www.troutdale.info/employment

 


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