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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.


Director of Public Works
City of Rainier

PURPOSE OF POSITION: Administer, plan, schedule, assign, supervise, and manage all activities of public works employees. Ensure the overall functioning and performance of the streets, parks, equipment and building maintenance, water, and wastewater operations of the department.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Supervise subordinate employees including assigning and reviewing work, evaluating performance, scheduling of work, recommending disciplinary actions and hiring/termination decisions. Prepare, manage and monitor annual departmental budget. Authorize, review and approve public works expenditures. Directly manage and operate the City water treatment package plant. Perform all necessary tasks and operations required to ensure safe, effective, and efficient functioning of the water system. Take daily readings and ensure all equipment and chemical are performing within acceptable standards. Correct deficiencies and report malfunctions as necessary. Oversee the City waste water treatment plant operation. Perform all necessary tasks and operations required to ensure safe, effective, and efficient functioning of the waste water system. Ensure all equipment and processes are performing within acceptable standards. Ensure any deficiencies are corrected and malfunctions reported as necessary to conform to applicable regulations. Oversee and manage maintenance of all City facilities including parks, streets, buildings, utilities, and equipment. Ensure that all Public Works employees are adequately trained to perform all assigned tasks, and provide budgetary resources to support training requirements. Act as the purchasing agent for department. Develop specifications for equipment and acquire bids from qualified suppliers. Recommend bid award to the City Council. Confer with citizens regarding complaints, problems, concerns, and suggestions. Provide information and respond to inquiries regarding the City's sewer and water systems and capacities, streets, and general developmental issues. Work with a variety of County, State and Federal agencies regarding necessary reporting, situations and future impact of projects, e.g. DEQ, Oregon Health Department, EPA, state marine Board, state Highway Department, OEDD, etc. Prepare and submit various departmental reports as scheduled or requested. Follow all safety rules and procedures established for work areas. Perform other duties as directed by the City Administrator.

Applications are available online at www.cityofrainier.com or at Rainier City Hall, 106 West B Street, Rainier, OR.  Position is open until filled.


Engineering Associate
The City of Troutdale

Department: Public Works
Job Status: Full-Time
Rate of Pay: $29.43 - $34.07
Closes On: August 10, 2018

This position provides a variety of technical engineering, project management, programmatic and customer service functions at the intermediate level pertaining to planning, design, contract administration, construction inspection, program administration and implementation, and related matters for sanitary sewer, storm sewer, water, transportation and parks systems.  This position is distinct from the higher level Civil Engineer position due to the lesser size, breadth and complexity of projects and programs assigned, greater oversight required for the Associate’s judgement and work product, lesser authority for independent decision-making, and the Associate not being required to hold a Professional Engineer License.

To view full job details and to apply, visit
https://or-troutdale.civicplushrms.com/CareerPortal/JobDetail.aspx?RequisitionId=33832&SourceId=4385

Engineer - Civil (OPEN CONTINUOUS)
City of Portland
Full-Time $45.49 - $55.28 hourly
Closing date: January 21, 2019 at 11:59 PM

The City of Portland is seeking candidates for multiple civil engineer positions to support the planning, design, construction, and other aspects of our public infrastructure. Civil Engineers complete complex engineering assignments requiring the use of judgment and initiative in developing solutions to problems, interpreting policies, and determining work assignments. Civil Engineers have a variety of professional engineering responsibilities depending on the Bureau and Division they work within.

Additional information is available on the City's website.


 

 

Environmental ServicesTechnician II - Stormwater
City of Albany
Salary:  $4,223 - $5,381 monthly
Job Type: Regular, Full-time
Closing date: June 8, 2018 at 11:59 PM

The City of Albany is currently recruiting to fill a full-time Environmental Services Technician II - Stormwater position. This position performs work related to National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permits, the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) and Clean Water Act (CWA) and related water quality compliance..

The successful candidate will focus on Post Construction Stormwater Quality Facility operations and inventory, have demonstrable knowledge and experience with stormwater regulations, low impact development and green infrastructure operations and maintenance, stormwater control measures, and the ability to successfully implement City of Albany Oregon municipal codes and guidance as they relate to local, state and federal Clean Water Act regulations. The candidate will have regular interaction with a wide variety of stakeholders including businesses, industries, and other City departments through inspections, meetings and outreach activities. The candidate should have excellent interpersonal skills and perform duties in a manner consistent with the stated values of the City.

Additional information is available on the City's website

Senior Engineer
City of Portland - Bureau of Environmental Services
Full-Time $7,909.00 - $10,540.00 Monthly
Closing date: October 8, 2018 at 11:59 PM
Pacific

The Bureau of Environmental Services (BES) is hiring a Senior Engineer to oversee the development of a new Stormwater Asset Inventory and Condition Assessment program in Stormwater System Planning. This new program (Stormwater AICA) is tasked with coordinating the collection and evaluation of existing and new stormwater asset information.

Additional information is available on the City's website.


Business Systems Analyst
City of Portland - Bureau of Environmental Services
Full-Time $5,595.00 - $7,460.00 Monthly
Closing date: October 1, 2018 at 11:59 PM
Pacific

The Bureau of Environmental Services (BES) is hiring a Business System Analyst to support a new Stormwater Asset Inventory and Condition Assessment program in Stormwater System Planning. This new program (Stormwater AICA) is tasked with coordinating the collection and evaluation of existing and new stormwater asset information.

Additional information is available on the City's website.

 

Utility Worker II
City of McMinnville
Full Time  $3,652 - $4,666/month, depending on experience
Closing Date:  October 7, 201
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City of McMinnville is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the position of Utility Worker II as part of our Collection System Maintenance Crew.
The duties include performing route inspections, testing, maintenance, and repair of collection systems and manholes, operating a hydro-cleaner truck, pipeline television inspection truck/CCTV unit, dump truck, and backhoe; controlling traffic in the vicinity of job site location; using a computer for data management and for inspection purposes; and utilizing maps and diagrams to complete assignments.  A qualified applicant shall have a DEQ Wastewater Collection Systems Grade I or Provisional I certificate (or ability to obtain within the one year orientation period), valid Oregon commercial driver’s license Class A with manual transmission tanker and air break endorsements or ability to obtain within six months from date of hire, certified flagger and public agency work site traffic control course (or ability to obtain within the one year orientation period), and confined space entry safety training.  Experience in collection system maintenance relating to hydro-cleaning and pipeline television inspection preferred.  To apply, submit an official City of McMinnville employment application and answer to the supplement question to City of McMinnville, Human Resources, 230 NE Second St, McMinnville, Oregon 97128 or electronically to hr@mcminnvilleoregon.gov.  For additional Information, please visit the City’s website at www.mcminnvilleoregon.gov, call (503) 434-2328 or email hr@mcminnvilleoregon.gov.  The City of McMinnville is an equal opportunity employer.


 


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