Job: Operator – WT & WDS – Level I-IV

Title Operator – WT & WDS – Level I-IV
Employer York Region
Application Close Date Monday, June 25, 2018
Location Georgina
Date Posted June 13, 2018
Job Information


The Regional Municipality of York Job Posting Alert: Operator – WT & WDS – Level I-IV – Job ID J0518-0940

Organization: York Region
Job Title: Operator – WT & WDS – Level I-IV
Job Type: Full-Time
Location: Georgina, Ontario, Canada


Operator – WT & WDS – Level I-IV

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Progressive. Collaborative. Accountable. Draw on your passion. Shape our community. Progressive and collaborative, with a clear, long-term vision. We value employees’ contributions and inspire excellence. We are driven by a desire to help shape and serve the growing community in which we live and work.

Position Purpose
Reporting to the Supervisor, Operations, Maintenance and Monitoring, and under the day-to-day work direction of the Senior Team Lead, performs operations and maintenance activities supporting the optimal operation of wastewater treatment plants and associated pumping stations, ground water systems, water treatment plants, associated booster stations and the transmission system to meet Provincial Acts and Regulations and Regional standards.

$27.53 – $42.20 per hour. This is a Union position.

• Post-Secondary Diploma/Certificate in Environmental Sciences (2 or 3 years) or equivalent combination of education and experience.
• MOECC License for Water Treatment III-IV and a License for Water Distribution and Supply I-IV, including experience as designated by Provincial Acts and Regulations and as it applies to Area 3 facilities.
• Demonstrated field experience working directly in water/wastewater facilities with completion of training courses and certification(s) as designated by Provincial Acts and Regulations, and field experience and certification(s) Level to the legislated standard required at the assigned facility.
• Demonstrated experience in mechanical electrical equipment and pump maintenance procedures.
• A valid Class “G” drivers’ license, clear of serious offences under the Highway Traffic Act.
• A valid Class “G” drivers’ license, clear of serious offences under the Highway Traffic Act.
• Demonstrated knowledge of system hydraulics.
• Knowledge of the OH&S Act and relevant Provincial Acts and Regulations.
• Familiarity with Statistical Process Control technique in using PCS/SCADA to manage and operate water and wastewater operations, and quality management systems.
• Knowledge and demonstrated ability in corporate core competencies including communication, innovation, teamwork and collaboration, and personal ownership.
• General proficiency utilizing MS Office software applications such as Word, Excel and Outlook and ability to use ISO Soft, PCS/SCADA and CWMS business application.
• Ability to interpret operating manuals and engineering drawings relevant to the design and construction of facilities and the operation of equipment.
• Ability to perform accurate mathematical calculations to determine chemical dosages and flow rates, and ability to apply laboratory procedures and sampling techniques.
• Ability to work independently and cooperatively within a team environment.
• Physical stamina and ability to climb on or into elevated tanks, work in confined spaces, manholes, sewers, treatment tanks and wet wells, and work with hazardous chemicals and near high voltage electrical equipment.
• Ability to physically withstand long periods of standing, walking, climbing and heavy lifting; work in a noisy environment and work in all/extreme weather conditions.
• Ability to wear a Self Contained Breathing Apparatus to enter confined spaces.
• Availability and ability to perform standby duties; respond to emergency situations and work outside normal scheduled hours, as required.

Scheduled Hours

How to Apply
Please apply on-line by June 25, 2018, quoting competition #22442. We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted via email or by telephone.

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