$11,123.36 - $14,196.54 per month Plus an excellent benefits package
The Operations and Maintenance Superintendent (O&M Superintendent) oversees all aspects of wastewater conveyance system operations and maintenance. This position reports to the Operations and Maintenance Manager and supervises and directs assigned staff.
Under the direction of the Operations and Maintenance Manager, the Operations and Maintenance Superintendent is responsible for managing the daily operations of the District wastewater collection and conveyance system, maintenance on infrastructure such as cleaning of gravity lines, operation and maintenance of pump stations, inspection and testing of air valve assemblies, customer service calls requiring field personnel response, and utilizing the District's Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) to manage the productivity of the Operations and Maintenance Department.
Sample Essential Duties and Responsibilities Include:
Recommend and implement District goals and objectives; establish performance standards and methods for the operation and maintenance of the District’s wastewater conveyance system and the maintenance of District facilities and fleet; develop and implement policies, procedures and metrics.
Evaluate operation and maintenance activities; implement improvements and modifications; prepare various reports on operation and maintenance activities.
Direct and supervise safe and effective operations and maintenance of wastewater collection systems and staff.
Supervise assigned employees including directing work, conducting performance evaluations, coordinating training, and implementing hiring, discipline and termination procedures.
Collaborate with colleagues on District projects and development and implementation of policies and procedures.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Include:
Principles of wastewater collection and conveyance systems, including best practices, procedures, methods, materials, tools, equipment, and supplies as applicable.
Understanding and use of heavy equipment, vehicles, power tools, and hand tools utilized in the maintenance of District’s wastewater collection system, pump stations, and related appurtenances.
Safety regulations, standards, and procedures in wastewater collection system and pump station maintenance.
Principles and practices of facilities and fleet management.
Principles and practices of supervision, training, and performance evaluation.
Proficient knowledge of the English language, both spoken and written.
Mathematics and calculations used in construction and wastewater industry.
Principles and procedures of emergency response preparedness.
Adept at using good personal judgment and discretion; remaining calm in crisis, emergency, and/or other stressful situations, and using discretion when handling and disseminating sensitive information.
Required Qualifications: Any combination of education and experience that provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities required for this position. A typical way of obtaining the required qualifications is to possess the equivalent of:
Equivalent to graduation from high school supplemented by CWEA certification or courses in water/wastewater resources, project management, or a related field. A college degree is desirable.
Three years of experience as a supervisor, preferably in water or wastewater operations.
Licensing, Certification, and Registration Standards:
Must possess a valid California Water Environmental Association (CWEA) certification at time of hire.
Must be able to obtain a valid Collection System Maintenance Grade III issued by the California Water Environmental Association (CWEA) within 24 months of date of hire.
Must possess and maintain a valid California Class C Driver’s License and insurability under the District’s vehicle liability insurance coverage.
Possession of CWEA Collection System Maintenance Grade IV and/or Mechanical Technical Grade I is highly desirable.
ROSS VALLEY SANITARY DISTRICT IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Ross Valley Sanitary District (also known as Sanitary District No. 1) is a special enterprise district organized under the California Health and Safety Code and the Sanitary Acts of 1891 and 1923. The District operates and maintains approximately 200 miles of collection sewer lines and 19 pumping stations which collect, pump, and transport approximately five million gallons of wastewater per day to Central Marin Sanitation Agency for treatment. Approximately 95% of the District's collection system was installed prior to 1955.