The Water/Wastewater Supervisor is a lead supervisory classification in the Water and Sewer Utility. The Supervisor will be responsible for performing the most difficult and responsible technical duties and supervising the work of an assigned crew in a specialty area such as water construction and maintenance, water meter testing and maintenance, and sewer system maintenance. This is a working supervisor position with physically demanding skills necessary. The supervisor will work with assigned crew, operates a variety of manual and power tools and equipment to perform skilled work in water construction and maintenance, water meter testing and maintenance, or sewer system maintenance to perform duties involving some or all of the following: water mains, sewer mains, electric conduit, service lines, wells, pump stations and their appurtenances, digging trenches, pushing pipe, tapping into water and sewer mains, backfilling trenches, temporary pavement replacement, concrete construction, computer access of SCADA, water meters, backflow prevention devices, fire services and other related duties as assigned.
Graduation from high school or possession of a GED, three (3) years of increasingly responsible experience in construction, maintenance, or operations with a public or private water or sewer utility organization, valid Water Distribution System Operator Certificate (Grade D-2 or above) issued by the California Department of Health Services is required at time of application and for the duration of employment, a valid California Class C driver's license. Working on call, weekends and long hours may be required.
About Indian Valley Community Services District
The Indian Valley Community Services District supplies water and/or sewer services to the communities of Greenville, Taylorsville, and Crescent Mills and fire protection services to Greenville, Taylorsville, Genesee and North Arm in the beautiful Indian Valley area of Plumas County, California. The District has approximately 800 water and wastewater customers. According to the 2010 census, there were 2,479 residents within the District. The average household income is slightly more than $30,000 annually. We are located 10 miles from the south end of Lake Almanor in Plumas County. The District has a part-time General Manager, part-time Fire Chief, and five full-time employees. Our annual budget is around $1,000,000.
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