Management, Operations, Policy and Planning, Project Management
2 Year Degree
Oversee technical, skilled & complex work associated with the maintenance and repair of the District’s infrastructure. Proficiency in supervision, leadership & problem-solving; review & approve time cards; plan/schedule work; coordinate work across multiple departments; track resources; optimize costs; oversee inventory mgmt.; develop financial plans & budget; utilize & monitor computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) for work requests and work orders; develop work plans & SOPs.
Pass the required physical examination and drug screening. Once employed, pass random/reasonable suspicion/post-accident alcohol and drug testing as a condition of employment.
Experience, including supervisory experience in related field
Experience with CMMS systems, electronic work orders, wastewater treatment process control equipment/systems and related infrastructure is preferred. In the absence of such explicit experience, candidates must demonstrate an ability to learn new software systems, ability to use computer/software in a work environment and similar transferable skills.
College degree with a major related to technology, electrical or mechanical systems. Actual experience (skilled and semi-skilled) with managing, repairing and maintaining electrical and mechanical systems may be substituted for formal education. Preference shall be given to candidates who have accredited formal education in a relevant field including technical schools or associate degrees.
Additional Salary Information: Salary Range $63,430 – 96,131; eligible for increase after successful completion of 6-month introductory period.
About Little Blue Valley Sewer District
The Little Blue Valley Sewer District is a quasi-public agency, created in 1968, to protect public health, and to preserve the water quality of the Little Blue and Missouri Rivers, through effective conveyance and treatment of wastewater. Our mission is to provide excellent wastewater services, which protect the public health and improve the environment of our region. In serving ten communities, two private entities, and two counties in the Little Blue River and Middle Big Creek watersheds, the District strives to be a strong partner in regional planning and resource sharing, anticipating and responding to both environmental and economic needs. The system serves a population of 364,000 people through its 14 customers.