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Resumes are being accepted for the position of Lead Hand, Wastewater Treatment in the Wastewater Division within the Environmental Services Department. Reporting to the Supervisor, Wastewater Treatment the successful candidate will be responsible for assisting in the coordination of the daily process requirements with a focus on compliance, quality customer service and continuous improvement processes. You will demonstrate excellent leadership and organizational skills with an emphasis on compliance with the Guelph Wastewater Treatment Plant Environmental Compliance Approval (ECA) as well as the Bio solids land application program requirements. Guided by the goals and objectives of the City’s Strategic Plan and committed to the Corporate Values of integrity, service, inclusion, wellness and learning, the candidate will aid in the achievement of the Vision for an inclusive, connected and prosperous city.
• Reporting to the Director of Infrastructure and Development Services, the Manager of Environmental Services is responsible to plan, manage and oversee the supply and delivery of drinking water and collection of waste water and prepare environmental documentations for water resources, monitor regulatory program compliance, manage the administration and billing of municipal water, and represent the Corporation on Industrial and Government committees.
Completion of assigned work orders. Inspect, maintain, and install water distribution lines and service lines. Main break repairs. Service installation and repairs. Fire hydrant and valve operation and repairs. Flushing programs and maintaining chlorine residuals. Locating water mains, water services, street light cable, sanitary and storm manholes, and private clean outs. Commissioning new water mains. Installation and repair of meters, fittings, wire and remotes. Inspect, maintain, repair and install wastewater mains and service lines.
Reporting to the Manager Water & Wastewater Services, this position will assist in the implementation and development of the Drinking Water Quality Management Standards [DWQMS] for water distribution and is primarily responsible for all issues with respect to compliance reporting as it relates to the Safe Drinking Water Act, the Ontario Water Resources Act, and all associated regulations. The position is also required to perform all duties of the Water Employee as defined in the Water Employee job description.
Reporting to the Water/Wastewater Supervisor and/or Transportation Supervisor, the Public Works Operator is responsible to perform operations and maintenance functions related to the water distribution systems, wastewater collection systems, small drinking water systems, roads system, sidewalks, parking lots and fleet maintenance.
This key role would be an exciting career opportunity for a results-oriented supply chain management professional with sound judgement, complex decision-making skills, and a focus on continuous improvement. If you’re such a leader, the City of Hamilton welcomes your expertise.
The successful candidate will be responsible for the daily operations and maintenance of the water distribution system for the Division. Reporting to the Manager, Water Operations in the Water Services Division, the Supervisor, Water Distribution will oversee a team of Water Distribution Operators and Technician to ensure the Distribution system is operated and maintained in compliance with industry legislation. Guided by the goals and objectives of the City’s Strategic Plan and committed to the Corporate Values of integrity, service, inclusion, wellness and learning, the candidate will aid in the achievement of the Vision for an inclusive, connected and prosperous city.
The successful candidate will be responsible for the maintenance of the City’s wastewater treatment facility as well as the associated infrastructure for the wastewater collections system. As the leader of the maintenance team, the Supervisor, Maintenance will plan, schedule, organize, and support a work team comprised of skilled personnel, engaged in the maintenance of wastewater treatment and wastewater collection systems.
Reporting to the Supervisor, Water Distribution, the position involves the operation of a Level III Water Distribution System, Capital Project inspection (water main replacements, relining, site plans, and subdivisions), provision of Locates and rotating on-call responsibilities.
Reporting to the Supervisor of Water Distribution, the position involves the operation of a Level III Water Distribution System including rotating on-call responsibilities.
Duties of the position include: • Performing maintenance on water mains, valves, and hydrants in the water distribution system; assisting with maintenance on pumps, valves, and other equipment in the water supply system. • Collecting operating data for compilation, review and analysis; collecting water samples for microbiological and chemical testing to ensure compliance with regulations. • Assisting with keeping pump house structures, outside grounds and landscaping clean and properly maintained. • Other duties as assigned.
Reporting to the Supervisor of Water Treatment, the position involves the operation of a Level IV Water Treatment Plant and associated facilities, working alone during rotating shifts (24 hours, 7 days, on a year-round basis).
Reporting to the Commissioner of Integrated Planning & Public Works (IPPW), the Director provides leadership for the City Utilities Division operations including maintenance of water distribution, wastewater and storm sewer systems, and rehabilitative/restorative construction.