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|City of Hamilton||February 22,2023||
Reporting to the Director, Hamilton Water, this position will assume lead accountability and responsibility for the Compliance and Regulations Section. The Manager oversees operations of the City of Hamilton Environmental Laboratory business unit, the Compliance Support Group business unit, and the Environmental Monitoring and Enforcement business unit, and develops plans and policies for the Section. Major program areas include the City’s Environmental Laboratory (CALA accredited and MECP certified), administration and enforcement of the City’s Sewer Use Bylaw, management of the City’s drinking water system sampling program, and administration of Hamilton Water’s quality management systems (accredited DWQMS and voluntary WWQMS).
|Township of Asphodel Norwood||February 24,2023||
Employment Opportunity Water and Wastewater Operator Permanent - Full Time Under the direction of the Water and Wastewater Operations Manager, the Water and Wastewater Operator is required to maintain the ongoing operations of the Water Treatment Plant, storage systems, water distribution system, Wastewater Treatment Facility, wastewater collection system and all sanitary pumping stations to meet or exceed the Provincial Drinking Water Regulations, Environmental Compliance Approvals, and other related statutes, and in accordance with the standards approved by the Municipal Council. For a full job description and detailed qualifications, please visit our respective website: https://www.antownship.ca/en/township-services/employment.aspx. Specific requirements include: • Successful completion of written examination to achieve Minimum Class I Water Treatment; Desirable Class II Water Treatment; OIT’s will be considered. • Related experience in a municipal Water or Wastewater department an asset. • Successful completion of Post-Secondary school diploma in a related field. • Must provide a satisfactory Criminal Record Check. • Current valid Class G Ontario Driver’s License with abstract. • Must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Interested applicants may submit their resume in confidence to: Human Resources – Water and Wastewater Operator Township of Asphodel-Norwood P.O. Box 29, 2357 County Road 45 Norwood, ON, K0L 2V0 Fax: 705-639-5343 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Salary Range: $28.06 - $33.41/hour – based on a 40-hour work week. The compensation for this position includes a full benefit package and enrollment in the OMERS pension plan.
|Vale Canada Limited||February 17,2023||
Job Posting for Water Treatment Plant Operator at Vale Canada Limited.
|City of Vaughan||February 13,2023||
In accordance with all applicable City, provincial, federal guidelines, acts and regulations, responsible for the maintenance and repair of water infrastructure and appurtenances including inspection duties involving hydrants, meters, chambers, pumping/booster stations, etc.; completion of associated paperwork; and provides backup support to the Team Lead, Water Operations Coordinator and Supervisor.
|Oxford County||February 16,2023||
POSITION: Quality Management System (QMS) Coordinator (Competition #2023-28) LOCATION: Public Works – OCAB – Woodstock, ON EMPLOYMENT STATUS: Permanent Full-time REPORTING TO: Supervisor of Water and Wastewater Technical Services UNION AFFILIATION: Non-Union WAGE RATE: $33.74/hr - $42.18/hr ($70,179.20 - $87,734.40/annually) POSITION SUMMARY: Coordinates all aspects of the County’s internal QMS (Quality Management System) for its municipal water and wastewater systems, including compliance with the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Park’s Drinking Water Quality Management System (DWQMS) program. KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: Coordinates the development and maintenance of the County’s QMS for its municipal water and wastewater systems, including Operational Plans, document controls, record procedures, and assorted standard operating procedures identified in the management systems (including DWQMS responsibilities). Delivers QMS training to staff, operators, councilors, and other individuals who work with or have decision-making authority on the County water and wastewater systems. Organizes and supports the meeting and documentation of the annual Management Review, including but not limited to the drinking water system Operational Plans. Evaluates the effectiveness and/or identify, recommend, and facilitate the adoption of best management practices and continual improvement initiatives. Liaises with a variety of agencies including the regulator, auditors, accreditation body, and internal staff as well as coordinates QMS-related committees. Manages documentation, data, and reporting systems in accordance with the QMS. Including maintaining the web-based QMS system. Coordinates consultants, external resources, and internal staff to support QMS related projects and programs. Facilitates and coordinates internal and external conformance audits of the quality management systems. This includes the training of the internal staff QMS auditors. Curates, maintains and updates as required Operational and Maintenance manuals for County Water and wastewater infrastructure. Performs other duties as assigned. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Post-secondary education in Environmental Engineering or equivalent. A minimum of 3 years related experience, preferably in a municipal engineering or operations environment. An equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered. Technical knowledge of regulations, standards and best practices pertaining to water and wastewater quality management systems and utility operations. Strong facilitation skills are desired to lead working groups and program related activities. Self-motivated and possess excellent communication (written and oral), presentation, organizational and computer (Microsoft Office) skills. An ability to work cooperatively in a team to motivate and problem solve issues with various stakeholders. QMS Auditor Certification would be an asset. Valid Ontario driver’s license. Please note that vaccination against COVID-19 is a requirement as a condition of employment, subject to the Ontario Human Rights Code. If you are not fully vaccinated, a documented medical reason may be considered, including whether a medical reason is permanent or time-limited. Resumes will only be accepted electronically via e-mail at: hr @oxfordcounty.ca Please include competition # and position title in the subject line of your email. POSTING DATE: Thursday, January 26, 2023 CLOSING DATE: Thursday, February 16, 2023 by 4:00 p.m. Oxford County is committed to fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion throughout the Corporation. Oxford County promotes representational and employment equity to represent and serve our communities well. Oxford County is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals, including women, racialized persons, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities, and other equity-seeking groups. Oxford County is committed to fostering an accessible and equitable recruitment process for all applicants. The County will attempt to provide reasonable accommodations to ensure the applicant’s full participation if requested. In accordance with the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, resumes are only accepted in response to advertised vacancies and will be used for the purposes of determining eligibility for employment only. We appreciate all resumes, but only those selected for interviews will be contacted. If you require any document in an accessible format, contact us via email, in person, by telephone, or in writing using the contact information below.