Job: Wastewater Technician(s)

Title Wastewater Technician(s)
Employer Prince George
Application Close Date Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Location Prince George
Date Posted May 17, 2017
Job Information

The City of Prince George is seeking to fill the following professionally rewarding opportunity:

Wastewater Technician(s)
Level 1 (Certified) Progressive
Utilities, Engineering & Public Works Department

A varied technical role with room for advancement
Based in our storm/sewer lift stations and treatment facility, you will be part of the
safety-oriented team responsible for the equipment’s smooth operation. You will operate, inspect
and service equipment, perform preventive maintenance and ensure maintenance and plant records are
accurate and up-to-date.

Along with Grade 12, completion of a technological training program related to Wastewater
treatment, a valid EOCP Wastewater Treatment Certificate, Class 1 and one year of wastewater
treatment experience, you demonstrate a commitment to safety, teamwork and quality. Ideally, you
hold a full privilege Class 3 Driver’s License, with air endorsement.
Have you completed a program in wastewater treatment, and are you looking to gain hours and
experience in the field? We’ll consider your application.

For more information about this exciting career opportunity please refer to the job description on
our website.

These regular, full-time positions offer a starting wage of $ 30.24 as well as a comprehensive
benefits and pension package.

Please apply in confidence by May 30, 2017 to:
The City of Prince George thanks all those who apply; however, only those selected for an interview
will be contacted.

Move up Prince George / Tourism Prince George
Where you can make a difference in your community
Join the City of Prince George and enjoy a rewarding career where you can have a positive influence
on the future of our community

The City of Prince George’s Landsdowne Road Wastewater Treatment Centre is one of the most cost
effective wastewater treatment Level 4 treatment systems facilities in British Columbia and
includes both primary and secondary treatment. The treated wastewater meets or exceeds all the
Ministry of environment’s current requirements. The process is energy-efficient, operator
friendly and stable, and it produces a high quality effluent.


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