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Ontario Clean Water Agency (OCWA) December 14,2021
The Ontario Clean Water Agency (OCWA) believes in Our Communities, Our Environment and Our People. As a trusted partner to municipalities, First Nations communities, businesses, governments and institutions across Ontario, we provide our clients with total solutions in water and wastewater. We are dedicated to working closely with our clients to help them build healthy, sustainable communities and organizations, and provide safe, reliable drinking water to thousands of Ontarians each day. Join our team as a water/wastewater professional with OCWA.
Region of Peel December 7,2021
Water/Wastewater Operator III - 4 Positions Public Works – Wastewater Regular Full-Time (3), Contract Full-Time, Duration: Up to 12 Months (1) CUPE Local 966 Under general supervision operates sewer flusher, flusher/vacuum and vacuum excavation equipment and performs manual and equipment operating duties in the performance of various Public Works construction, maintenance or operational functions Responsibilities: • Performs water quality and system tests and takes corrective actions • Performs hand excavation, backfilling, restoration brickwork and pipe laying • Maintains, operates and inspects water distribution and wastewater collection system assets • Assists in watermain tapping, sewer main rodding hydrant repair and CCTV inspection service • Operates sewer flusher, flusher/vacuum and vacuum excavation equipment in the performance of water/wastewater installation and maintenance activities • Ensures all work is performed in compliance with relevant standards, legislation and regulations • Investigates complaints, faults or problems and determines causes and remedies • Trains and instructs less experienced personnel in specific operations and maintenance duties • May participate in inspections and audits • Executes duties in a tactful and courteous manner, maintains a neat appearance and performs duties in a way that conveys a "positive image" of the Region of Peel
Region of Peel December 7,2021
Water/Wastewater Operator III Public Works – Water Regular Full-Time CUPE Local 966 Under general supervision operates sewer flusher, flusher/vacuum and vacuum excavation equipment and performs manual and equipment operating duties in the performance of various Public Works construction, maintenance or operational functions Responsibilities: • Performs water quality and system tests and takes corrective actions • Performs hand excavation, backfilling, restoration brickwork and pipe laying • Maintains, operates and inspects water distribution and wastewater collection system assets • Assists in watermain tapping, sewer main rodding hydrant repair and CCTV inspection service • Operates sewer flusher, flusher/vacuum and vacuum excavation equipment in the performance of water/wastewater installation and maintenance activities • Ensures all work is performed in compliance with relevant standards, legislation and regulations • Investigates complaints, faults or problems and determines causes and remedies • Trains and instructs less experienced personnel in specific operations and maintenance duties • May participate in inspections and audits • Executes duties in a tactful and courteous manner, maintains a neat appearance and performs duties in a way that conveys a "positive image" of the Region of Peel
Municipality of Brighton December 17,2021
Reporting to the Water and Wastewater Supervisor, the Operator operates and maintains all components of the municipal water, wastewater, and stormwater facilities for the municipality. The successful candidate possesses a Ontario Secondary School Diploma and Post-secondary education or certificate in related environmental studies, or a combination of education and practical experience regarding water treatment and equipment maintenance. A valid Operator-in-Training certificate/licence in all four system/facility types (i.e. Water Treatment, Water Distribution/Supply, Wastewater Treatment, Wastewater Collection) is required. Preference will be given to those applicants with a valid Class I Water Distribution and Supply Certificate, valid Class 1 Licence in Wastewater Treatment and Collection and a ‘DZ’ licence. Experience in water main and wastewater main construction is considered an asset. A clean Criminal Record check is a condition of employment. Duties will include but are not limited to the operation and monitoring of the municipal water and wastewater facilities under the direction and supervision of the Manager, Supervisor or senior Operator(s). You will also perform skilled maintenance and repair on water and wastewater equipment/facilities, obtain water and wastewater samples, perform routine lab analyses, and maintain daily operations logbooks in accordance with Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks (MECP) regulations. You will keep the Supervisor informed of system operations including any unusual situations or conditions, and immediately notifies them of any test results not in compliance with regulations. You will perform water meter reading. You will operate power tools and perform physical labour as directed, sometimes in inclement weather. You must be available regularly on a rotating basis, during weekends, to perform on-call duty for the water and wastewater facilities and participate in emergency and after-hours repairs of water and wastewater underground infrastructure as required. You will act as ORO of Wastewater Treatment and Wastewater Collection where knowledge, experience and Licencing permits in the absence of the designated ORO and perform other duties as assigned. Pay Rate: CUPE Band 10 Under Review (2022 start rate $23.61/hour) complimented by a generous benefit package and enrollment in OMERS pension plan. Qualified candidates are invited to submit a covering letter and resume clearly marked “Class 1 Water/Wastewater Operator” prior to 12:00 p.m. December 17, 2021 to hr@brighton.ca.
Region of Peel December 10,2021
Wastewater Plant Operator Public Works – Wastewater  Regular Full-Time CUPE LOCAL 966   Under general supervision of the Foreperson the Plant Operator is responsible for monitoring, operating and maintaining municipal wastewater pumping stations, communal wastewater treatment facilities and wastewater linear assets in accordance with Regional, legislative and safety policies.   Responsibilities: Monitor chemical inventories, process equipment performance, perform periodic preventative or unscheduled corrective maintenance to ensure proper operations Enter confined spaces to inspect condition of equipment or to perform maintenance Maintain buildings and grounds and exercise emergency standby power generators Monitor and evaluate wastewater treatment and wastewater collection process performance and make necessary adjustments to maintain continuous compliance with Approvals and regulations under regulations and legislations Completes forms, work orders, and reports according to approved procedures Participates and assists with annual Ministry of the Environment facility inspections internal and external audits Executes duties in a tactful and courteous manner and performs duties in a way which conveys a 'positive image' of the Region