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Posting Date: 05/09/2018

Company: City of Fishers, Public Works

Position Title: Wastewater Treatment Operator

Position Description

On a shift basis operate and maintain a 8 MGD, Class IV, wastewater treatment plant with 22 lift stations serving the City of Fishers, IN. Position reports to the Senior Wastewater Treatment Operator.


At the direction of the Senior Operator startup, operate and shutdown various wastewater treatment processes and equipment; troubleshoot equipment and report problems to the Maintenance staff, perform minor preventive and corrective maintenance on wastewater treatment plant and lift station equipment; collect wastewater samples for analysis by the Laboratory staff; operate rolling equipment such as skid steer loader, fork lift, crane truck and front loader; collect and record wastewater treatment plant and lift station performance data; utilized computerized systems for data collection, work order management and plant operation.

Education/Experience/Skills Required

Salary/Compensation: $20 – $24/hour

Application Instructions

Contact Rick Farnham, P.E.

Water Quality Division Director

Public Works Department

10210 Eller Road

Fishers, IN 46038

317-595-3281 (office)

317-219-9611 (mobile)

Posting Date: 04/26/1993

Company: Elkhart Public Works

Position Title: Operations Supervisor

Position Description

Under the direction of the Utility Services Manager, the Operations Supervisor is responsible for oversight of the day-to-day operations activities of Elkhart’s three water treatment facilities, 20 MGD wastewater treatment facility and CBU affiliated Operations Team. This position holds a high level of technical difficulty, requiring a broad knowledge background in water and wastewater treatment process design, monitoring and control and leadership skills.


Education/Experience/Skills Required

Salary/Compensation: Up to $69,228

Application Instructions: Please submit resume to


Posting Date: 04/26/2018

Company: OnTask Group, LLC.

Position Title: Water Utility Superintendent Job Opportunity: Southern Indiana

Position Description

We are conducting a confidential search for a Water Utility Superintendent in Southern Indiana. Our organization represents a growing Indianapolis-based contract operations firm with an immediate need for a hands-on superintendent/manager to assist in the operations,maintenance and management of a water distribution system they operate under contract in the vicinity of Floyds Knobs, Indiana. The successful candidate for this position will either be employed directly by the water utility, or the aforementioned contract operations firm. This particular utility is a purchased groundwater DSL distribution system that serves around 1,800 customers in a growing suburb of New Albany, Indiana and by extension, Louisville, Kentucky.

This position requires a minimum Indiana Class DSM Distribution System Certification, though a DSL is preferred. Equivalent certification from other states will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Job Description

The overarching goal of this job is to provide safe and aesthetically-pleasing drinking water to customers in a reliable and cost-effective manner. In order to ensure this goal is met, this

position is responsible for managing all administrative and operational functions associated with a water utility. The holder of this job will report to both the Regional Manager of the firm we represent (if you are directly employed by said firm), and the governing body of the water utility.

While a successful candidate for this position will need to possess managerial skills, the small size of the utility requires a “hands on” approach and ability to work and lead staff without direct supervision. A lot of time will be spent: working alongside the technicians and subcontractors you will be responsible for managing; directly performing repairs and maintenance in the field; and responding to emergency service calls and customer service matters.

The Administrative Staff, which is composed of two full-time individuals, is responsible for: billing, collections and customer service; payment of subcontractor invoices; and organizing financial data for regulatory and accounting functions. The Operations Staff, which is composed of one assistant superintendent and the superintendent, is responsible for: meter reads and maintenance; routine testing, sample collection and regulatory reporting; line flushing and system maintenance; and emergency services such as line breaks. Functions such as laboratory analysis, accounting, and most excavating and line repairs are subcontracted.


  1. Management of Staff: approve and institute work schedules and hours; assign and monitor staff tasks and duties; develop staff and organizational standards and milestones (and monitor compliance); ensure proper training and certification; ensure adequate safetytraining; cross-train staff to provide redundancy; proactively settle employee grievances; and conduct annual staff performance reviews.


  1. Supervise and Sometimes Perform: routine water quality testing and sample collection; installation and permitting of water mains, line taps, meters and meter pits; repair and/or replacement of fire hydrants, blow-offs, valves and valve boxes; flushing of water mains, fire hydrant flow testing, exercise of valves, and service of hydrants to maintain water quality; monitor and maintain booster pump stations; respond to emergencies, including water main breaks and boil water advisories; share 24/7 on-call duties with operations staff; respond to customer complaints, including leaks, low water pressure and unusual meter readings;and Indiana 811 utility locates.


  1. Reporting and Records: ensure successful completion of regulatory reports for the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM), and keep all reports and records organized and readily accessible; compile and report data for annual consumer confidence reports; develop and administer preventative maintenance program; read and update water distribution maps and as-built plans; conduct monthly reconciliation of gallons purchased with gallons sold (with allowable unaccounted loss of 15% maximum); monitor daily water use and be alert for unusual changes which could indicate water main breaks, etc; and operate computers to enter and retrieve data and prepare written and computerized records and reports.



  1. Communication: maintain frequent communication with company Regional Manager (if applicable); attend monthly utility board meetings, and provide written updates as necessary; and keep lines of communication open with regulatory authorities.


  1. Planning: engage in short and long-term planning to meet future service and regulatory needs; assist with annual budgeting; maintain an adequate inventory of equipment, tools and supplies; schedule periodic painting and maintenance of water tower; and maintain emergency response plans.


  1. Oversee and approve subcontractors and related invoices for: excavation, construction and repair services; supplies and materials; and outside services.


  1. Safety: ensure compliance with OSHA safety guidelines for the workplace; arrange routine staff safety training for confined spaces and trench safety; monitor work sites for proper use of barricades and signage; and maintain all necessary safety equipment in working order.

Education/Experience/Skills Required

At a minimum, a successful candidate must have the following:

drinking water licensure; superior written communication skills; confined space certification and knowledge of trenching and shoring safety standards; ability to operate construction equipment; proficiency with hand tools, tap machines, pavement saws, cutting torches and welders; and electrical skills or certification.


Compensation will be commensurate with a candidate’s qualifications and experience. This position offers generous pay and benefits, including paid time-off, health insurance, and retirement plans. The organization we represent is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and is committed to retaining talented and hard-working employees.

Application Instructions

Further Information

We wish to fill this position as soon as possible; if you are interested and feel you are wellsuited, submit (via mail or email) a résumé and complete the attached employment application.


Subject: Water Superintendent Job

P.O. Box 2647

Indianapolis, Indiana 46206-2647

Posting Date: 04/26/2018

Company: City of Angola

Position Title: MS4/Engineering Assistant

Position Description

We are searching for a highly motivated, experienced and capable individual to join our Engineering team. We are seeing a candidate who possesses outstanding communication skills and an understanding of the importance of customer service and strong technical skills. The ideal candidate will possess a professional demeanor, have a problem-solver mentality, a self-motivator who can work effectively and efficiently with minimal supervision and work successfully with team members and customers.


Administer and enforce the City’s Flood Hazard Prevention Ordinance; Understand, implement and report the required elements of the MS4 General Permit and Minimum Control Measures; Issue site improvement and stormwater connection permits; Inspect construction sites and enforce requirements; Serve as Chair for MS4 Advisory Board Meetings; Perform field surveying, assist with maintaining GIS database and city mapping, assist with city engineering projects,

Education/Experience/Skills Required

Education: High School Diploma, High School Equivalency or GED required; Engineering Degree preferred

Experience: Working knowledge of surveying equipment, engineering design software, GIS software, data collection tools, surveying experience, site inspection, material testing, CAD design, GIS mapping preferred and a working knowledge of calculation of formulas relative to engineering design.


$16.50 – $26.03 per hour

Application Instructions

Applications can be picked up in person at: Angola City Hall, 210 North Public Square, Angola, IN 46703, Monday through Friday, 8:00am – 4:30pm, or if you are unable to pick-up an application packet contact

Application deadline: Friday, May 11, 2018, 4:30pm. Application instructions are included in the application packet.

Posting Date: 04/26/2018

Company: MacLellan Integrated Services

Position Title: Wastewater Treatment Operator

Position Description:

MacLellan Integrated Services provides a broad scope of maintenance, facilities management, waste water treatment and industrial engineering services to a variety of large manufacturers nationwide. Founded in 1994, MacLellan Integrated Services has expanded from our initial core business providing critical process cleaning services to the automotive industry in the paint shop environment, to a partner and key provider of maintenance services to our customers.

MacLellan provides highly qualified and experienced personnel to operate and maintain wastewater facilities, perform preventative and reactive maintenance and turnkey industrial wastewater services from operator training, process optimization and startup services to continuous contract operations. Our primary performance targets are to ensure environmental compliance, maintain continuous operation and deliver cost-effective service.

MacLellan is dedicated to adding value through a continuous improvement approach to both environmental issues and operational challenges. This dedicated focus on performance and safety has resulted in award-winning recognition for our clients’ operations.

We are looking for candidates with previous industrial wastewater treatment experience and hold current IDEM Wastewater Treatment Operator certification. However, candidates with a strong academic background in chemistry, biology or similar field and a strong employment history with excellent attendance, a commitment to safety, an eye for continuous improvement and a desire to learn looking for a career path in wastewater treatment are encouraged to apply.


The Wastewater Treatment Operator is responsible for operating wastewater treatment plant equipment to ensure reliability, economy and compliance with all effluent requirements. Operators adjust plant operations and specified chemical treatment processes by operating valves, pumps, motors and chemical feed systems. Primary processes include batch tank treatment of process wastewater, clarification, plate and frame sludge processing, pH control, sand filter operation, reverse osmosis system, skid mounted clean-in-place systems, E-coat treatment, oil separation, and paint sludge systems including chemical feed pumps, sludge bag removal, and water testing.



We bring people together who share our values and help them discover and achieve their potential. We are disciplined in the development and use of innovative systems and practices. We are a driving component in our business partners’ competitive advantage.

Our way of doing business has earned us a reputation for excellence, and we work to deliver exceptional value.

This is a key position at an existing customer site with opportunity to grow and move to higher levels of management for the right candidate. This is a challenging and rewarding career opportunity that will further your experience and career growth.


We strive to be the employer of choice in our space. By offering employees the best possible value proposition, we ensure we have the best talent available supporting our customers.

Our benefits include:






Salary/Compensation: DOE

Application Instructions: email your resume and a brief note to: and reference #5092.