The successful candidate inspects sewer lines using television inspection equipment to determine and record sewer conditions and problems; perform the cleaning of sewer lines, treatment plants and lift stations; pressure-clean and mechanically clean manholes and sewer lines; remove roots and debris as necessary; clear stoppages from lines and manholes; mechanically remove root-infested lines as necessary; perform above- and below-ground physical inspections, smoke and dye tests on sewer lines (SSES); transport equipment and supplies to and from work sites; monitor odor issues related to a wastewater conveyance system sites; perform Pump station performance evaluations; perform maintenance on force main air relief valves; respond to customer service calls; perform pipeline repairs as needed; efficient use of gravity system air plugs; GPS field data gathering; read and interpret geographical metropolitan and rural maps; operate heavy and specialized equipment as necessary, including but not limited to television inspection van, jet truck, cleaner / vacuum combination truck, trailers, bucket truck, tractors, etc.; operate gas detectors and various hand and power tools; must be able to work overtime, emergencies and on call response; provide traffic control at work sites to ensure citizen / crew safety; basic understanding of computers and electronic devices; perform all work in accordance with applicable policies, procedures, regulations, and standards of safety; maintain accurate and up-to-date records of work performed; inspect and maintain equipment for proper and safe working condition; maintain assigned vehicles, tools and equipment; receive and respond to inquiries, complaints and requests for assistance in areas of responsibility; attend meetings, training, seminars, etc., as appropriate to enhance job knowledge and skills.
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 Tuesday, July 17, 2018 at www.rewaonline.org
The successful candidate must have a high school diploma, GED or specialized vocational training; must obtain a valid SC Class “B” CDL driver’s license permit with tanker endorsement, manual transmission within two (2) months from date of employment and SC Class “B” CDL driver’s license within six (6) months from date of employment; must obtain a “C” Collection System certification within two (2) years from date of employment; must have confined space entry training or be able to obtain training within 1 month from date of hire; may be required to obtain additional technical/safety certifications as deemed necessary by supervisor.