The South Adams County Water & Sanitation District (SACWSD), dedicated to providing affordable and sustainable water resources to its customers, is seeking an individual at its Wastewater Treatment Plant for the position of Industrial Waste Inspector/Pretreatment Technician.
This position visits the District’s industrial users and gathers field information necessary for the implementation of the Pretreatment Program including:
Industrial facility inspections – physical site visit, and survey completion
Education of discharge regulations and permitting requirements
Assist with the preparation of routine discharge permits
Reporting, to ensure compliance with the District permit and regulations.
Prepare and issue letters of violation and corrective correspondence
Assist in coordination of system pollutant source investigations
Provide follow up to customers in accordance to guidelines.
Qualified candidates should have a Bachelor’s degree in physical, biological, or environmental studies or equivalent combination of education and experience. A valid, current Driver’s License, is required.
Prior inspections experience a plus. Backflow experience helpful.
Prior experience in pretreatment, wastewater/water operations, environmental or a related regulatory field is necessary. Working knowledge of local, state and federal environmental regulations helpful.
Proficient computer skills including knowledge of Word, Powerpoint and Outlook, with strong Excel skills. Solid organizational, communication, customer service, problem solving and writing skills required. Must be detail oriented. Strong math and analytical skills desired.
This position is primarily a field position which requires work in a variety of locations and conditions.
Internal Number: 19-WW-02
About South Adams County Water & Sanitation District
The South Adams County Water & Sanitation District is dedicated to providing affordable, sustainable water resources including quality water, wastewater and related services to our cusotmers in a manner that promotes public health, safety and quality of life. Formed in 1953, the District is the largest combined Water & Sanitation District in the state of Colorado covering over 65 square miles and serving nearly 50,000 customers.