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Posted January 11, 2019

The Town of Pine Bluffs is looking for qualified candidates for the position of Public Works Director to supervise the Public Works and utility departments and staff.  The areas of responsibility include electric systems, water and sanitary sewer, trash and recycling, streets and alleys, parks and cemetery, facility maintenance, recreation facilities to include an outdoor pool, and airport facility and grounds maintenance.

The selected candidate will oversee and manage his/her respective departments, manage and ensure budgetary compliance with operations & CIP budgets for the departments, oversee and manage CIP projects, bidding, contracts, and construction and regularly conduct infrastructure inspections. He/she will also handle personnel matters, interface with staff on issues, and coordinate activities with other department directors and staff. The Director will have regular communication with the Pine Bluffs governing body, the Wyoming Municipal Power Agency, Wyoming Association of Rural Water, Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality, engineering firms, and contractors/vendors.

An equivalent combination of education, training and/or experience which provides the knowledge, ability and skill necessary to perform the job satisfactorily is required. Experience in supervision in a government and/or a construction setting is preferred.  Candidate must also be proficient in Microsoft Office applications and have demonstrated customer service skills.

Applications and job description are available at the Town Hall, 220 Main Street, Pine Bluffs WY, or by email by contacting Kim Patterson at kpatterson@pinebluffswy.gov. Deadline: 2PM on February 15, 2019.

The Town of Pine Bluffs is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer.

Posted December 20, 2018

The GR/RS/Sw. Co.-Joint Powers Water Board (JPWB) is accepting applications for a Water Treatment Plant Operator/Relief Operator. This full-time, benefited position at the Water Treatment Plant (WTP) in Green River, Wyoming is on a rotating shift schedule. The position is responsible for (but not limited to) the operation of all WTP systems, monitoring of remote pumping stations and routine maintenance of all equipment and facilities. Minimum qualifications include High School Diploma/GED, Valid Driver’s License. A “Wyoming Water Treatment Operator” License (Levels I, II, III or IV) is preferred but not required at initial employment. The WTP is classified as a Level IV plant, thus Level IV licensing (within 5 years of employment) will be a requirement of continued employment. The JPWB offers an excellent benefit package including full participation in the Wyoming State Retirement System. Hourly wage scale for this position is currently $20.39/hour to $32.39/hour; with the max wage requiring Level IV Wyoming Water Treatment Operator License and significant (on-site) experience. Entry level wage will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. Application information is available at Wyoming Workforce Services and must be submitted by January 16, 2019

Posted November 27, 2018


The City of Torrington, WY is accepting applications for a Water/Wastewater Operator. Duties include, but not limited to, operation of R.O. Water Plant, Aerated 3 cell Wastewater Plant performing routine maintenance, data collection and entry, and repair of distribution and collection lines in all types of weather conditions. Minimum qualifications include High School Diploma/GED, CDL Class B driver’s license or ability to obtain within 60 days and ability to operate heavy equipment. Level II Water and Level I Wastewater certification desired. The City of Torrington offers an excellent benefit package. Wage will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. For more information, contact Tom Troxel at 307-532-2012. For applications, contact City Hall at 307-532-5666, P.O. Box 250, 436 East 22nd Ave, Torrington, WY 82240 or on the web at www.torringtonwy.gov. Applications may be submitted at City Hall until 3:00 p.m. Friday, January 11, 2019. The City of Torrington maintains a drug and alcohol free workplace. EOE






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