Salary Range Effective July 1st, 2022 $41.98-53.57* per hour
Who we are and who we’re looking for: The Goleta Sanitary District is a group of individuals who care deeply about protecting public health and the environment. We value innovation, commitment, and excellence as the region’s authority on water resource recovery. We are looking for a person with good attention to detail who is organized, takes initiative, and has both strong written and interpersonal communication skills to oversee, implement, and monitor the District’s Safety and Regulatory Compliance Program.
Duties: Under general supervision, assists with the activities of Collections, Plant Operations and Maintenance, and Lab & Technical Services Divisions including establishing, implementing, and monitoring District-wide safety programs in accordance with the District’s Injury and Illness Prevention Program, and state and federal regulations; assists and coordinates the implementation and planning of, and training in District-wide safety policies and programs including industrial, occupational health, operations, safety education, safety inspections, and accident prevention. For a detailed job description visit our website, goletasanitary.org/employment-opportunities.
Process: Please visit our website, goletasanitary.org/employment-opportunities for application, additional information, and a summary of employee benefits.
Sorry, no resumes are accepted in lieu of application materials. To apply please send the application and any other relevant information to Laura Romano, Management Analyst at email@example.com with the subject heading, “Safety and Regulatory Compliance Manager, 2022”. Questions? Call 805-967-4519 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for your interest in the Goleta Sanitary District. For more information visit:
Knowledge/Experience Required: Knowledge of and/or experience with Federal, state, and local laws pertaining to wastewater collection and treatment systems, safety precautions required when working with laboratory equipment, chemicals, machinery, and toxic wastes, budget preparation and management; principles and techniques of employee training and report preparation, safe work practices and the ability to identify workplace hazards and/or unsafe conditions and to recommend appropriate corrective action, principles and techniques of accident prevention; hazardous materials storage and transfer procedures; emergency preparedness activities; basic statistics and analytical research methods.
The Goleta Sanitary District is a regional collection, treatment, and resource recovery facility serving the Goleta Valley. We partner with the Goleta West Sanitary District, the City of Santa Barbara Municipal Airport, UC Santa Barbara, and the County of Santa Barbara in collecting, treating, and reclaiming resources at our Water Resource Recovery Facility. The District’s vision for the future is focused on sustainability through innovation based on new technologies to maximize water resource recovery, reuse, and energy self-sufficiency.
Our Mission, Vision, and Values tell you who we are:
Mission: We protect public health and the environment through cost-effective wastewater collection, treatment, and resource recovery to meet present and future community needs.
Vision: To be the Region’s Leader in Water Resource Recovery through Excellence and Innovation.
Values: We value our Community, the People we Serve, and the Environment we Protect by Acting with Integrity, Being Dependable, Being Responsible, Being Safe, and, Being Innovative.