Will provide routine operation, preventative maintenance, and emergency repair to the Metropolitan Council Environmental Services (MCES) Division's regional wastewater collection systems and pumping stations. Will be capable of managing your own time, working independently as well as in teams, have the desire and ability to work in all types of outdoor conditions, performing physical labor, as well as providing technical support. Includes climbing down into wastewater pipes, checking for obstructions, inspecting and cleaning, working in confined spaces, and dealing with obnoxious odors.
Work Schedule and Locations:
Typical work schedule includes 8-hour shifts, Monday through Friday. Workers will be expected to be on call some nights and weekends to respond to emergencies and to perform necessary routine weekend maintenance at designated facilities. Employees will rotate among base facilities located in Eagan, Mound, or Mounds View.
High school diploma or equivalent; and one year of verifiable work experience in HVAC, electrical, mechanical maintenance, or related field.
Completion of a wastewater treatment or relevant vocational/technical degree or certification (WETT) program.
Wastewater collections system experience in water and/or sewer, vactor operation, general lift station operation, or closed-circuit television (CCTV).
NASSCO Pipeline Assessment Certificate Program (PACP) certification.
Possession of a Class A Commercial Driver's License (CDL).
The Metropolitan Council is the regional planning agency providing essential services to the Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan area by providing reliable, efficient, and environmentally conscious public services to the region. The Council's Environmental Services Division (MCES) operates and maintains eight wastewater collection and treatment facilities in the metro area, and provides long-range planning to meet the region’s future water supply needs.