The Colchester - East Hampton Joint Facilities and the Town of East Hampton are seeking a candidate to fill the position of Public Utilities Administrator. This position is responsible for all administrative sewer and water activities, including the general management of a regional wastewater treatment plant. Demonstrated abilities and knowledge of utility charges, beneficial assessments, long-range planning and management analysis is required.
A valid Connecticut driver’s license is required. Job description and employment application available at www.easthamptonct.gov.
Send resume, cover letter and employment application to the Town of East Hampton, Department of Human Resources, 20 East High Street, East Hampton, CT 06424, by 5/17/2019 (or until filled). EOE/M-F/AA.
Minimum qualifications – Graduation from a four-year college or university with a degree in an appropriate field with responsible management experience in public utility (water and sewer) activities including supervisory experience and planning. Appropriate technical or engineering experience required. Related work in public and business administration is desired and State of Connecticut Department of Health Class I Water Distribution License and State of Connecticut Department of Health Class II Water Treatment Plant license required. State of Connecticut DEEP Wastewater Treatment Class IV Operator license and New England WEA Class IV Collection System Operator license, or equivalent experience and the ability to obtain these licenses is preferred.
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About Town of East Hampton
The WPCA manages the Colchester-East Hampton Joint Facilities (Joint Facilities) which currently serves the Towns of East Hampton, Colchester, Marlborough and Hebron with a sanitary sewer system. The Joint Facilities is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the sanitary collection system which includes over 85.8 miles of piping and 36 multi-town pump stations. It is also responsible for the inter-town maintenance for routine inspections, equipment, support and emergency call out for service.
The current fiscal year operating budget is over 1.3M and pursuant to state regulations the WPCA operates under an “Enterprise Fund” i.e. all fees paid by the user of the system must be used for the operations and maintenance of the wastewater plant. No part of any Town’s General Fund is allocated for the operations or maintenance of the wastewater plant.