Renewable Water Resources, a special purpose district created for the protection of public health and water resources, is seeking a successful candidate for the following position.
The successful candidate must be able to monitor and perform all daily wastewater treatment plant operations; inspect equipment and processes to determine efficiency of operations, maintenance requirements, and cleanliness; start up, shut down, regulate and adjust motors, pumps, compressors, grinders, blowers, valves and other apparatus to meet changing operating conditions; calibrate meters; monitor and adjust chemical rates as necessary; monitor process data; enter data into computer system daily; collect samples and conduct routine laboratory tests; record results; calibrate laboratory equipment; coordinate solids handling procedures; assist in troubleshooting technical and mechanical problems; perform preventive maintenance on equipment; assist with the repair and modification of equipment as needed; advise superiors of unusual operating problems; perform all duties in accordance with policies and procedures, S.C. DHEC and EPA regulations, and all other applicable laws, regulations, and standards of quality and safety; prepare and maintain accurate and complete work records; perform general clerical work as required, including but not limited to preparing reports and records, entering and retrieving computer data, copying and filing documents, answering the telephone; receive and respond to inquiries, requests for assistance and complaints in areas of responsibility; attend meetings, training, seminars, etc., as appropriate to enhance job knowledge and skills; serve on call as scheduled to ensure uninterrupted service for customers.
Renewable Water Resources offers a competitive salary and benefits. If you are interested in this position, please submit an online application with resume attached by Monday, July 16, 2018 at www.rewaonline.org
The successful candidate must possess a valid state driver’s license; must possess a minimum of an ‘’D’’ Biological Wastewater Operators License; must possess high school diploma, GED and at least one year experience working at a biological wastewater treatment facility.