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Posting Date: 07/04/19

Company: Town of Edinburgh

Position Title: Water Superintendent

Position Description

Application Instructions

Submit a letter of interest and a resume to: townhall@edinburgh.in.us or by mail to: Town of Edinburgh, P.O Box 65, Edinburgh, IN 46124-0065

 


Posting Date: 07/04/19

Company: Town of Edinburgh

Position Title: Wastewater Superintendent

Position Description

The Wastewater Superintendent position reports to the Edinburgh Town Manager. The responsibilities of the position include but are not limited to:

Application Instructions

Submit a letter of interest and a resume to: townhall@edinburgh.in.us or by mail to: Town of Edinburgh, P.O Box 65, Edinburgh, IN 46124-0065


Posting Date: 06/26/19

Company: City of Columbus

Position Title: Floodplain Manager

Position Description

The Floodplain Manager serves as the Planning Department’s primary source of knowledge on community floodplain management, the National Flood Insurance Program, and floodplain development regulations. This includes serving as the primary point of contact with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources and the Federal Emergency Management Agency. It also includes maintaining a detailed understanding of IDNR and FEMA requirements, policies, programs, training opportunities, and resources. The Floodplain Manager shall also be responsible for the implementation and periodic review of the Columbus Flood Risk Management Plan and the Columbus Flood Response and Evacuation Plan. The Floodplain Manager shall further oversee the administration and enforcement of all local floodplain regulations. They shall also have responsibility for Department files, reports, and data regarding floodplain issues, programs, developments, and regulations.

Duties/Responsibilities

  1. Serving as the primary Planning Department point of contact with IDNR, FEMA, the United States Geological Survey, the National Weather Service, the Bartholomew County Department of Technical Code Enforcement, the Bartholomew County Drainage Board, the Bartholomew County Soil and Water Conversation District, and other local, state, and federal agencies involved in floodplain management and/or floodplain development review.
  2. Maintaining all Planning Department files, documents, reports, and other materials related to floodplain programs, policies, regulations, and development.
  3. Discussion of floodplain issues and development regulations with the public, property owners, developers, land surveyors, elected officials, and others. This includes both serving as a specific resource on development projects and promoting a general awareness of floodplain issues and resources.
  4. Participation in periodic training activities and educational opportunities.
  5. Applying floodplain regulations to development proposals, communicating applicable regulations and options to developers and property owners, and documenting approvals and determinations.
  6. Participating, with the Bartholomew County Department of Technical Code Enforcement and Emergency Management Agency, in post-flood documentation and assessments. This includes applying floodplain regulations to flood-damaged structures and providing guidance to affected property owners.
  7. Documentation and application of all IDNR and FEMA regulation updates, floodplain-related determinations, and approvals.
  8. Providing for the periodic review and update of local floodplain development regulations, including the necessary coordination with IDNR and FEMA.
  9. Managing all City and County CRS (Community Rating System) activities, including providing the necessary local training and information, documenting local activities and CRS-related conditions, and providing necessary reporting to FEMA. This includes identifying and implementing programs, trainings, and other methods of maximizing City and County CRS scores and thereby reducing community flood insurance rates.
  10. Consultation with City and County engineers on matters relevant for floodplain management.
  11. Management and implementation of the City of Columbus Flood Risk Management Plan, including development of recommended local resources, coordination with other applicable departments, project funding identification, and facilitating periodic reviews and updates.
  12. Monitoring of the ongoing relevance and accuracy of the Columbus Flood Response and Evacuation Plan and facilitation of updates to the Plan’s supporting data and floodplain mapping. This includes the monitoring and documentation of flood events, including road closures, areas of inundation, etc. to verify and improve the accuracy of the Plan. It also includes providing periodic trainings on the plan (in coordination with the Bartholomew County Emergency Management Agency) for local emergency response and relief organizations.
  13. Consultation, upon request, with the Bartholomew County Emergency Management Agency, in anticipation of and during flood events.
  14. Consultation and coordination with other communities located in the watersheds affecting Columbus and Bartholomew County in support of watershed management and watershed-based planning.
  15. Participation as appropriate in new floodplain related projects, including County efforts to manage flood risk and prepare for and respond to flood events.
  16. Providing long-term use and management guidance for local properties purchased specifically for flood risk reduction.
  17. Participation in regular project scheduling meetings and coordination of assignments with related Department projects and development applications.
  18. Representation of the City, County, and/or Planning Department as a liaison to one or more planning and/or floodplain-related interest groups.
  19. Serving as project manager or project support for a variety of other Planning Department initiatives, including potentially floodplain-related topics such as wetlands, dam breach inundation areas, natural resources, transportation, and growth management.
  20. Driving at times in a City vehicle to various locations on behalf of the Planning Department and to work-related events.
  21. Other duties, as assigned by the Planning Director. This description is intended to provide a general overview of typical duties, as well as the complexity of the work to be performed by this staff member. It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of duties, responsibilities or specific tasks and other duties are typically assigned dependent upon the needs of the office.

Education/Experience/Skills Required

The Floodplain Manager shall possess a bachelor’s degree in urban planning, civil engineering, geography, natural resources, public policy, or a related field of study. Working knowledge of word-processing, data management, and mapping computer software is required. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are also required. Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) certification is encouraged for this position, but is not a prerequisite and may be obtained after employment.

Salary/Compensation: $42,925 to $60,760 (based on qualifications)

Application Instructions

City of Columbus job application can be downloaded and printed from the following website: www.columbus.in.gov/careers/how-to-apply/

Interested candidates should submit (1) a cover letter, (2) a resume and (3) a completed application by mail or email to:

Personnel Department

City Hall

123 Washington Street

Columbus, Indiana 47201

Email: humanresources@columbus.in.gov

 


Posting Date: 06/17/2019

Company: City of Madison

Position Title: Wastewater/Stormwater Utility Operator (Full Time)

Position Description

Under the general supervision of the Wastewater Treatment Plant Superintendent. Is responsible for all wastewater plant operation work that may include laboratory tests and reporting. Also responsible for components of the stormwater program including inspections and reporting.

Duties/Responsibilities

Education/Experience/Skills Required

Monitors for plant NPDES requirements including industrial water testing. Performs routine plant testing. Must run and understand Plant Control Analysis. Will also be required to work in operations as needed. MS4 inspections and reporting including but not limited to construction site inspections, water quality complaints/concerns.

Must be able to talk with public and contractors regarding concerns and complaints.

Salary/Compensation: Based on experience

Application Instructions: Please mail resumes to:

City Hall

Attn: Utility Manager

101 W Main

Madison, IN 47250


Posting Date: 06/12/19

Company: American Pump Repair & Service, Inc.

Position Title: Service Technician

Position Description

The Service Technician will work at lift stations, wastewater and water treatment plants, and other locations conducting troubleshooting, repair, and installation of various equipment including but not limited to pumps, electric motors, control panels and accessories, valves and piping, and other water and wastewater treatment equipment.

Duties/Responsibilities

Service Technician will be responsible for completing work in an efficient manner while maintaining a clean and safe working environment. Duties and responsibilities include troubleshooting, repair, and installation of various equipment including but not limited to pumps, electric motors, control panels and accessories, valves and piping, and other water and wastewater treatment equipment. Confined space entry work may be performed with the proper certification and training.

Education/Experience/Skills Required

Salary/Compensation: Negotiable

Application Instructions: Please email resumes to Jordon Harrell at jh@americanpumprepair.com

 


Posting Date: 06/12/19

Company: Citizens Energy Group

Position Title: Sr. Systems Maintenance and Relief Operator Westfield

Position Description

Under limited supervision, position is responsible for arranging, coordinating and maintaining, troubleshooting, cleaning and repairing lift stations, booster station,wastewater/water plant, and emergency generation facilities as well as other buildings and grounds maintenance as needed. Position assists as needed with the diagnostics and repair of the SCADA systems. Incumbent must be able to operate a Vac-truck, crane truck, dump truck and backhoe as needed for maintenance activity. Position shares on-call rotation for collection system and plant coverage during non-business hours. Position works both individually and in conjunction with Wastewater Operations, and when necessary, Water Operations. Position takes an active role in developing new hires for plant maintenance. Position requires excellent organizational, written and oral communication skills, timely follow-up with customers and record keeping of supporting documents. Incumbent is responsible for performing Relief Operations of the Wastewater plant including compliance testing of samples as needed. Must be able to work alone with little supervision and directly with customers and resolve service issues. Position requires excellent record keeping of all maintenance done on equipment.

Duties/Responsibilities

Education/Experience/Skills Required

 

Preferred Skills/Qualifications:

Salary/Compensation: Competitive

Application Instructions: Please log in to www.Citizensenergygroup.com, and select “Our Company” and “Careers” to apply for this position.

 


Posting Date: 06/12/19

Company: Alpha EMC

Position Title: Environmental Consultant

Position Description

With a track record of increasing growth, visibility, opportunity, and profits, our highly-regarded environmental consulting firm, Alpha EMC, seeks a dynamic and talented Full-Time Field Consultant to join our team. Our client-focused firm has a strong culture rooted in trust, integrity, professionalism and excellence. We are committed to providing clients with cutting-edge consultation and innovative environmental, safety and energy solutions that improve lives. You’ll find that our team consists of talented, dedicated people who share our enthusiasm for the environment and our sense of pride!

Duties/Responsibilities

NPDES storm water site evaluations, which entail weekly scheduled and unscheduled construction site inspections to verify that proper sediment and erosion control practices are being utilized in compliance with the federally mandated NPDES Storm water permit.

Education/Experience/Skills Required

Salary/Compensation: $32,000 to $36,000

Application Instructions: Please apply using the link below:

https://www.alphaemc.com/careers?gnk=job&gni=8a7887a96ad77019016b0dcfdf80648f&gns=Other


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