Welcome to the new CPWQA Career Opportunities page!
Region water is looking for dedicated, driven, and enthusiastic individuals to
join our CReW. We are currently
accepting resumes for Operator – Drinking Water.
CRW is committed to
providing employees with ample opportunities to contribute, to lead, and be
recognized as innovators, to look beyond barriers to provide solutions, to be
challenged in what they do and enjoy doing it.
CRW is an Equal
Opportunity Employer equal opportunity employer.
The Operator will perform a variety of duties to assure the safe and efficient operation and maintenance of CRW's water production and filtration systems.
High School diploma or equivalent.
Water treatment courses or related education such as Water Treatment I and Water Treatment II
A combination of skills, education and experience providing an equivalent background and a demonstrated ability to perform the duties and achieve certification of a water treatment facility operator.
A valid PA Driver’s License, Class B or must obtain a valid PA CDL within 240 days of employment.
Employee must pass Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection Water Operator Certification Examination for the appropriate class of the water treatment facility within 30 months after successful completion of their probationary period.
***MUST BE WILLING TO WORK 12 HOUR SHIFTS, 5PM-5AM AND EVERY OTHER WEEKEND***
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The LACKAWANNA RIVER BASIN SEWER AUTHORITY (LRBSA) is seeking a qualified candidate to fill a full-time position of Laboratory Supervisor at its Throop, PA wastewater treatment facility. The LRBSA operates three (3) wastewater treatment plants in Lackawanna and Wayne counties.
Job responsibilities include:
• Supervision and maintaining compliance of the in-house PaDEP Accredited Laboratories.
• Prioritization and scheduling of sampling.
• Performing sampling and analysis of treated and untreated wastewater for regulatory compliance and process control.
• Development of new and refinement of existing laboratory SOP’.
• Training and supervision of plant operations staff in proper laboratory procedures, techniques and data entry.
Preference will be given to candidates possessing the following:
• College degree in related field.
• Experience working in a PaDEP Accredited Laboratory.
• Class A-Subclass 1&5 Pennsylvania Sewage Treatment Plant Operators Certificate.
Working experience with spreadsheet entry and word processing is required.
Applicant’s resumes will be accepted until February 28, 2020, or the position is filled. E.O.E.
Send resume to: Lackawanna River Basin Sewer Authority
P.O. Box 280
Olyphant, PA 18447
Or e-mail: email@example.com
Entry-level Laborer - Myerstown Borough
Myerstown Borough is currently accepting applications for an entry-level laborer at their Wastewater Treatment Facility. This position consists of “hands-on” general labor work with the opportunity to advance to become a Certified Wastewater Operator.
The successful candidate must be physically able to perform various labor tasks assisting the Operations staff in a variety of ways, including plant, building and grounds maintenance, collection system maintenance, sample collection, emergency response, and general housekeeping.
This position is presently on a Monday – Friday work week until such a time the candidate successfully advances to an “Operator in Training” level of proficiency. The prospective candidate must be able to pass a criminal background check and drug screening, possess a high school diploma or equivalent, possess a valid PA driver’s license, be capable of lifting up to 75 pounds if required, and be subject to periodically working in adverse weather conditions.
Applications are available for pickup at the Myerstown Community Center from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday, located at 101 South Railroad Street, Myerstown, PA 17067. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Myerstown Borough is an equal opportunity employer and offers a competitive benefit package.
Maintenance Supervisor - Spring Benner Walker Joint Authority
An immediate opening exists at The Spring Benner Walker Joint Authority (SBWJA), a large Municipal sewer collection system located in Central PA near Bellefonte which serves approximately 30,000 residents in five municipalities. The system consists of 275 miles of gravity and 30 miles of pressure sewer mains with 18 submersible and suction lift pumping stations which convey from 50 to 500GPM with a daily average of 1.5 MGD. The Authority also manages the Benner Township Water Authority serving close to 1,000 residents through three separate water wells and two storage tanks. This is a progressive and rapidly growing Authority which is seeking a Maintenance Supervisor. The successful candidate will have a minimum of a high school diploma with 3 years supervisory experience in the water/wastewater field. The successful candidate will also possess a current Commonwealth of PA Water License Class C subclass 7 and 12 endorsements and a PA Wastewater License with a Class E subclass 4 endorsement or higher or the ability to obtain within one year of initial employment. The successful candidate must possess a valid PA driver’s license, with a clean driving record and the ability to obtain a CDL within one year. The Authority currently has eleven employees and will be expanding in the near future. The successful candidate will schedule and supervise the maintenance department’s daily activities as well as keeping updated on all required records of system operations and coordinate this work with the administrative staff. The position requires the successful candidate to conduct business and maintain the same high standards already established by our Authority. There is an excellent opportunity for advancement for the right candidate. The SBWJA provides an excellent benefits package with competitive pay.
To apply please forward your resume and salary requirements with references to: Spring Benner Walker Joint Authority Maintenance Supervisor 170 Irish Hollow Road Bellefonte, PA 16823
Or: submit electronically on-line at firstname.lastname@example.org
SBWJA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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