If you would like to put your experience and love of water, travel and Wyoming to work, we have a opening for you!
Circuit Rider Program Specialist – Full time or Contract available.
Send resumes to Mark Pepper, Executive Director, Wyoming Association of Rural Water Systems email@example.com. Wyoming Association of Rural Water Systems, PO Box 1750; Glenrock, WY 82637. 307-436-8636. Position available March 1, 2023 until filled. Would like to have candidate in place as soon as possible.
Wyoming Association of Rural Water Systems is looking for a Circuit Rider Program Specialist. Provide on-site technical assistance to rural or small municipal water and wastewater systems concentrating on underserved and overburdened systems in need of funding to make meaningful updates/upgrades to water and wastewater systems and manage program administrative affairs.
The Circuit rider must be a licensed water operator (minimum level 1), have extensive knowledge of State and Federal regulations, monitoring and reporting requirements, and at least 5 years in water system operations. Must have excellent oral and written communications skills which are necessary to excel in the position. Must also have extensive computer skills. Funding application and Project management skills a plus.
Specialists will conduct continuous hands-on technical assistance in the following areas of project design and funding including:
* Lead Service Line Inventories
* Emerging Contaminants
* Asset Management
* Best Management Practices
* Bid Support, Capacity Building
* Decisions-maker and Board Education
* Environmental Reviews
* Financial Planning
* Funding Application Support
* Identification of Funding Options
* Plan Development and Coordination
* Plan Studies and Assessments
* Preliminary Engineering Reports
* Rate and Revenue Analysis
This position requires extensive in-state travel along with some out of state trips. All travel related expenses are reimbursed per Association policy. A good driving record is a requirement. Wyoming Association of Rural Water Systems offers a competitive compensation and benefits package all in the beautiful state of Wyoming.
Kemmerer-Diamondville Water and Wastewater Joint Powers Board
The Kemmerer-Diamondville Water and Wastewater Joint Powers Board is accepting applications for a full-time Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator for a Class 3 Treatment Facility. Applicants must have or obtain a DEQ wastewater license level III. Valid Wyoming Driver’s License required and shall be able to obtain a Class B (CDL) License within one (1) year of employment. Extensive additional training required including on-the-job training. Additional yearly training required to maintain certifications. This position will be required to perform on-call duties and work on a rotating schedule, including weekends, holidays, and overtime as necessary.
Pay is dependent upon certification level and experience. Related experience strongly preferred, but willing to train the right candidate. An excellent benefits package is also included. Applications are available at the Kemmerer-Diamondville Joint Powers Board Office, 220 Highway 233 Kemmerer, WY 83101. For more information, please call (307) 877-2261.
TOWN OF MIDWEST
Is accepting applications for the position Water/Sewer/Public Works/Maintenance Operator
Must hold or be able to obtain the following certifications within 1year: Wyoming DEQ Level 1 Water Distribution, Wyoming DEQ Wastewater Lagoon System License, Wyoming Class B vehicle operator license, & high school diploma or equivalent. Must pass pre-employment drug/alcohol screening. Must be willing to have background check. Must be a self-starter, capable of working without direct supervision. Salary based on qualifications and experience. Starting salary $2,950.00 per month with no qualifications. Benefits include employee health insurance plan, retirement plan, and paid vacation/sick leave and holidays. Wyoming Retirement 457 available at employee’s expense. Benefits to begin upon satisfactory completion of six month probation period. Application deadline is 4:30 p.m. April 5, 2023.
The Town of Midwest reserves the right to reject any or all applications. Successful applicant must reside in the Midwest area and be able to start employment on April 17, 2023. Interviews will be conducted the week of April 10, 2023. Applications and information can be obtained at the Midwest Town Hall, 531 Peake St., Midwest, Wyoming, or call 307-437-6513 ext. 3. The Town of Midwest is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Town of Basin
209 South 4th Street
P.O. Box 599
Basin, WY 82410
FULL TIME JOB OPPORTUNITY
The Town of Basin has a full-time opening in the Public Works Department. This position has advancement in pay depending on experience, $17 - 20 per hour, with the possibility for advancement in pay and/or position after probationary period to the right candidate. The Town of Basin offers a competitive benefits package including health, dental, life as well as retirement benefits. For a full job description, please go to www.thetownofbasin.com under Employment Opportunities. This job will remain open until filled. Please send resume and application to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a copy at Town Hall for consideration.
The Town of Basin is an equal opportunity employer.
Town of Opal - Part Time Employment Opportunity
Town of Opal has an open position for an operator for the water and wastewater department. This is a part time position with flexible scheduling. Once training is complete operator would work approximately 5-10 hours per week. In the event of a large project more hours may be required.
The hired candidate would be responsible for learning and understanding our water and wastewater systems. Training would be based on experience and would take place approximately 2 days per week for up to one year. Some training is available online and though bookwork. Pay would be based on experience and licenses. Sign on bonus may be available, with a retention agreement.
The position requires operator to have the following State of Wyoming DEQ licenses. Level 1 water treatment plant and level 1 wastewater treatment plant and a level 1 lagoon licenses. The town will pay for the training required to get licenses.
Applications can be picked up at Opal Town Hall or Workforce services in Kemmerer.
Questions call Town Hall (307) 877-3919
Job Opportunities City of Casper -
Water Treatment Plant Operator 1
Water Treatment Division
Performs a combination of basic, semi-skilled and skilled work in the operation and maintenance of the Water Treatment (WT) plant equipment and facilities for the Board of Public Utilities (BOPU); treats drinking water, collects and analyzes water samples, and monitors, inspects, maintains and adjusts equipment.
The Water Treatment Plant Operator 1 is the trainee classification. Receives immediate direction and guidance from more senior operators, lead plant operator, and plant supervisor; performs routine duties while learning federal, state, and local standards and specific methods and techniques for the operation and maintenance of the BOPU’s water purification, water storage, and transmission facilities; advances to Water Treatment Plant Operator 2 after gaining experience and knowledge, obtaining required certifications, and demonstrating job proficiency. See full job description at www.cheyennebopu.org/careers
The salary range for this position is $3,540 to $4,472 per month. Employment offers are conditional pending results of pre-employment screenings including background checks. Drug and alcohol testing may be required depending on the position requirements. The Board of Public Utilities is an equal-opportunity employer.
Utility Maintenance Operator
The City of Sheridan is actively recruiting a reliable, creative, self motivated individual with strong customer-service skills to fill the position of Utility Maintenance Operator. This position is responsible for performing technical duties in the maintenance, repair and operation of the water and wastewater systems. The ideal candidate will have the ability to obtain a Water Distribution I license, and Wastewater Collection I license within one year of employment. The starting wage for this position is $19.55 hourly. This is a fully benefited position including health, dental, vision, and life insurance, state pension benefits, paid time off and a wellness program. Interested, qualified applicants may apply by submitting a City of Sheridan application to the City of Sheridan Human Resources office via e-mail, fax, mail or in person. Full job description and job application can be found at www.sheridanwy.gov. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. The City of Sheridan is a drug-free workplace.