Job: Utilities Compliance Coordinator

Title Utilities Compliance Coordinator
Employer Town of Gananoque
Application Close Date Friday, June 28, 2019
Location Gananoque
Date Posted June 14, 2019
Job Information

Employment Opportunity – Utilities Compliance Coordinator

Reporting to the Superintendent of Water and Wastewater, the Compliance Coordinator (non-union) provides administrative support to the Utilities Division for all regulatory compliance programs, and reporting required for the Town’s Drinking Water and Waste Water Systems.

Duties include: 

Planning and coordination of Quality Control/Quality Assurance activities relating to Drinking Water and Waste Water Systems, ensuring compliance with applicable Legislation, Regulation, Municipal Policies, Internal Standard Operating Procedures/Guidelines, and Industry Standards. Communicate/Liaise/ Report to regulatory officials on legislative compliance and reporting requirements (Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Labour, Local Health Unit). Act as the Quality Management System representative as prescribed by the Drinking Water Quality Management System. Liaise with operational staff in the ongoing development/updates to Standard Operating Procedures/Guidelines to ensure operating practices meet Legislative requirements and objectives for systems performance. Prepare, review with operational staff, and coordinate resources for Ministry audits. Manage data and prepare documents in support of regulatory compliance programs and facility inspections. Perform field investigations and audits relating to Standard Operating Procedures, forms, etc. Responsible for document control for the Division, including assisting the Superintendent with processing invoices, record retention and filing. Track, update, and schedule staff for required training, which includes registering staff, arranging transportation, booking accommodation, etc. Report compliance issues to the Superintendent and operations staff. Distribute, track, document and report to ON1Call, and the applicant, on Utility locates (Water, Sewers, Street Lights, Traffic Signals). Liaise with Public Works – Roads Division to compile construction drawings, service cards, etc., to attach to locate request prior to dispatching to Utility operators.

Qualifications include:                                                                                                                                                                       
 College Diploma in Civil or Environmental Studies, or an equivalent/related discipline.
 Minimum three years of related experience in a Water/Waste Water Systems environment.
 Experience with demonstrated proficiency in municipal service administrative support in public works and/or road infrastructure operations, utilities, and maintenance or equivalent.
 Sound knowledge and understanding of key legislation including the Environmental Protection Act, Clean Water Act, Safe Drinking Water Act, Ontario Water Resources Act, Occupational Health and Safety Act, Health Protection and Promotion Act, Federal Wastewater System Effluent Regulations and other related legislation.
 Licensing in Water Treatment Class 2, Water Distribution Class 2, Waste Water Treatment Class 1 and Waste Water Collection Class 2 would be considered an asset.
 Thorough working knowledge of administrative processes, records management practices, research resources and practices, customer/public relations principles; general knowledge of local government services.

The 2019 annual hourly rate is $28.33 to $33.73 and is based on a 35-hour workweek. Please email your confidential application to:

Shellee Fournier, CAO, Town of Gananoque
30 King Street East, P.O. Box 100 Gananoque, Ontario, K7G 2T6 no later than 12 noon on June 28th, 2019.

The Town of Gananoque is an equal opportunity employer. Accessibility accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment process. We appreciate the interest of all applicants; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. In accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, personal information is collected, and will be only used for the purpose of the candidate selection.

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