Jobs

The job posting service is available to both AWWA members and non-members for water works-related job openings. Each posting is active for 90 days. Employers may add, modify, and suspend postings at any time. There is no word limit. Post your job online here.

A link to the job submission form will be included in the email you recieve after payment.

Rates:

$90 for 90 days.

Current Openings:

Water Distribution Operator

The City of Moscow Water Department is seeking a team-oriented individual to fill a full-time position in water distribution. Essential job functions may include: assisting with the installation of new water mains and services; maintenance and repair of water mains, service lines, hydrants, meters, and other components of the distribution system; reading meters; and investigating customer complaints. Successful candidates will have knowledge of basic utility construction, maintenance, and repair methods and equipment as well as basic reading, writing, math, and computer skills. Providing excellent customer service and the ability to interact respectfully with colleagues and members of the public is expected at all times.

Qualifications: A high school diploma or equivalent is required plus the following: For Operator I: Class B CDL (commercial driver’s license), Idaho Level I Operator License (or the ability to obtain within one year of the date of hire) or possession of an OIT (operator in training) Certification in water distribution at the time of hire. For Operator II: Class B CDL (commercial driver’s license) and Idaho Level II Operator License in water distribution. For Operator III: Class B CDL (commercial driver’s license) and Idaho Level III Operator License in water distribution. Starting pay is as followings (Level of appointment is dependent on qualifications): Operator I: $15.27/hour Operator II: $16.49/hour Operator III: $19.24/hour The City offers a full range of benefits including health, dental, and vision insurance; paid life insurance; paid vacation and sick leave; eleven paid holidays per year and inclusion in the Public Employees Retirement System of Idaho (PERSI).

A completed City of Moscow Application for Employment and a cover letter are required. You may obtain an application from Moscow City Hall, 206 East Third Street, or you may visit the City’s website at www.ci.moscow.id.us. Applications must be turned in to the Human Resources Department located in City Hall by Monday, December 1, 2014. The City of Moscow will accord a preference in employment to eligible veterans.

Utility Worker II or III

The City of Siletz is seeking a full-time Utility Worker II or III with a minimum Wastewater Treatment Level I Certification or Water Treatment Level I Certification (either or both).

Looking for a reliable, professional worker with strong mechanical aptitude and a clean driving record. Will be required to perform on-call evenings, weekends on a rotation basis, as well as the ability to perform manual labor in inclimate weather. Annual Salary range $ 35,000.00 to $ 38,000.00 with *benefits. Salary based on skills, experience and position level. For complete job description and application. Contact City of Siletz, 215 W. Buford, Siletz, Oregon 97380 or www.cityofsiletz.org Application Deadline December 4, 2014, 4 pm. The City of Siletz is an Equal Opportunity Provider & Employer and Veteran’s Preference Employer

Drinking Water Program Analyst (Water Quality Analyst)

The City of Redmond is searching for a strategic, highly motivated, organized professional to formalize and administer the drinking water quality program and operational scheme of its blended well and purchased surface water system. Experience with program development, implementation and evaluation is essential.

The Drinking Water Program Analyst ensures compliance with established and new local, state and federal drinking water regulations. The position develops and implements water quality monitoring plans and establishes and preserves program coordination between water quality and water system maintenance programs. Monitoring for both quality and quantity from supply sources is fundamental. In addition, the Analyst provides technical customer service to local residences and businesses regarding water quality issues. This position has a limited laboratory role. Some field testing is required.

Duties: Under the direction of the Water Maintenance and Operations Supervisor, the selected candidate will: • Develop and administer the City's Water Quality Distribution and Source Monitoring programs • Monitor system operations and well production, and make recommendations on resource management techniques to supervisor and operations lead • Aid in managing outside contracts to evaluate water system and quality • Ensure City compliance with local, state and federal drinking water regulations • Write and aid in the development of maintenance activities to protect water quality and the City's wells and treatment facilities • Maintain effective, professional, collaborative working relationships with multiple departments/divisions within the City, regulators, other jurisdictions, local businesses, contractors, vendors, and residents • Actively engage and support the Cross Connection Control Program • Conduct investigations of unexplained water quality monitoring results or customer complaints • Ensure all necessary water quality samples are taken and tested • Adjust treatment systems to optimize water quality parameters to set standards (including disinfection, fluoride and pH) • Research emerging regulations and make recommendations for managing impacts, and participate on committees reviewing emerging regulations • Contribute to a comprehensive condition assessment of the City's water system for the City's Asset Management Program • Use multiple data sources to create a GIS database and map displaying the water system • Prepare detailed reports to demonstrate compliance with all applicable federal, state and local rules and regulations and performance measures as developed by the department, as they relate to water operation and management • Write the City's annual Water Quality Report • Keep accurate records • Assist with emergency or routine water maintenance operations • Perform other duties as assigned

Qualifications: Knowledge of and skill in: • Principles and practices of water quality system operations and maintenance • Development of Asset Management Programs • Water system hydraulics • Environmental protection and utility based programs, laws, regulations, policies and processes • Developing and managing programs • Data collection, analysis and interpretation techniques • Data and records management techniques • Water sampling collection and testing methods, tools and techniques • Federal, state and local environmental regulations and mandates related to potable water • Conducting investigations regarding potential contamination sources • Utilizing Geographic Information System applications (GIS), database management • Utilizing and reading maps and using mapping related software • Reading and interpreting lab results • Monitoring and operating SCADA system Ability to: • Communicate effectively both orally and in writing • Develop regulations and procedures • Handle multiple priorities in an organized and effective manner • Exercise sound judgment and effectively problem solve • Demonstrate a high level of initiative, effort and commitment • Demonstrate strong attention to detail • Keep accurate records • Approach situations from multiple angles to solve complex issues • Explain relationships between water quality and operational decisions • Embody the City Values of Commitment to Service, Integrity and Accountability • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with fellow employees, regulators, consultants, officials and the general public • Work independently and as a part of a team • Use personal computer and applicable software to perform word processing, spreadsheet, GIS mapping and specialized functions and relational databases (programs include but are not limited to: MS Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, Access), SCADA, Wonderwear, and Historian

Education and Experience: A combination of education and experience equivalent to: a High School diploma or equivalent, and a minimum of two (2) years of work experience in a water treatment/system setting. Bachelors in Chemistry, Environmental Sciences, Biology, Engineering, or equivalent is desired.

Licenses and Requirements: A Water Distribution Manager 2 certification is required, or ability to obtain within 18 months of hire. Valid Washington State Driver’s License by date of hire with a driving record that meets City standards. Working Conditions: Work is performed outside and inside, sometimes in inclement weather and confined spaces. Must drive a city vehicle to conduct work and reach sampling sites. Risk exposure to chemicals, and physical hazards from mechanical and electrical equipment. Incumbents are required to lift up to 50 pounds, climb ladders and stairs, enter 24 inch diameter access openings, bend, twist, squat, and stoop, kneel and reach. Position requires manual dexterity, hearing and visual acuity. Must be able to respond to emergencies during evening and weekends.

Union Affiliation: Fulfillment of bargaining unit agreement membership is required within 30 days of hire. Benefits: The City of Redmond provides a generous benefits package including: medical, dental and vision benefits; paid sick leave, vacation and holidays; retirement; and life insurance. City of Redmond Values: Integrity: We demonstrate sound, honest, truthful and consistent actions. Accountability: We take ownership of our actions and responsibilities. Commitment to Service: We are dedicated to seeking solutions for our community. Selection Process: The City is accepting internal and external applications for this position.

To apply, please thoroughly complete our online application and include a cover letter and resume with your application to https://www.govjobstoday.com. The application deadline is November 30th, 2014. The City may review existing application pools to fill this position, or use this pool to fill future vacancies. Top candidates will be contacted to participate in the next phase of selection which may include testing and/or an interview. Candidates who are selected to interview will be required to complete a Background Authorization Form.

Water Services Manager

Water Services Manager City of Salem – Salem, OR Recruitment: #14-0527-02 Closing Date: November 28, 2014 Salary: $6,500 - $8,273 + benefits.

The City of Salem is the state capital of Oregon and is located in the heart of the Willamette River Valley between the Coast and Cascade Mountain ranges. Salem is within a one-hour drive of the beautiful Oregon Coast, Cascade Mountains, and downtown Portland. The area offers wonderful opportunities for year-around activities including sports, outdoor events, art, culture, and education. The City operates under a Council/Manager form of government and offers a fast-paced, welcoming, progressive environment.

This position administers the Water Division program for the City, including treatment, distribution, water quality, metering, and back flow protection sections: manages the daily operations and maintenance, provides leadership to staff, and develops the budget. The position plans, organizes, coordinates and administers a consolidated program for the City's water system in conformance with federal, state and local regulations and requirements. Additionally, position participates in the planning and development of special studies and design improvements for the water treatment plant, water system and other related infrastructure and makes recommendations to city staff and consultants to meet or exceed applicable rules and regulations.

Required Education and Experience: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in engineering or scientific discipline, public administration, or a related field, and seven to ten (7-10) years of experience in a related field; or any combination of education, experience, and training which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the essential functions of the class. The City of Salem is classified as a Community Water System, requiring certification at a Water Treatment Operator Level III to act as the Direct Responsible Operator in charge of the Treatment Facility, and certification at a Distribution System Operator Level IV to act as Direct Responsible Operator in charge of the distribution system. The successful applicant must have certification at the required level for at least one of these systems. Certification at some level in the other system classification is highly desirable. Or, the ability to receive reciprocity for licenses held in a different state.

To Apply: Please complete the on-line Application and submit electronically by the close date at www.cityofsalem.net/Jobs. Applications must be received at the Human Resources Department by 11:59 p.m. on the closing date. You will receive an email confirmation of your submitted electronic application. The City cannot be responsible for material that is illegible or missing as a result of transmitting or which may be lost through the mail.

Water Treatment Supervisor

WATER TREATMENT SUPERVISOR ($4,755-$6,069/mo. with excellent benefits) Coos Bay-North Bend Water Board is located on the Southern Oregon Coast where recreational opportunities and beautiful scenery abound, providing a quality living and working environment. This position leads the Water Treatment Section under the general supervision of the Operations Director. It exercises full supervision of employees in the Water Treatment Section, manages the operations and maintenance of a 12 MGD surface supply conventional treatment plant; manages watershed and wellfield water quality through development and implementation of source water protection/wellhead protection plans; manages operation of utility’s water quality laboratory for quality control and compliance analysis; assumes fiscal responsibility by participating in the preparation of and operating within an approved annual budget.

MINIMUM EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION REQUIRED: Five years progressively responsible experience in water treatment plant operation and maintenance, graduation from a senior high school or GED and an Associate degree from an accredited college or university in chemistry, biology, environmental studies or related field.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENT/LICENSES: Must possess a valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record; ability to secure State of Oregon Grade III Water Treatment Plant Operator Certificate with filtration endorsement within 6 months of hire; experience and education suitable to qualify under Oregon Health Authority rules as Technical Director of the Water Board’s state certified microbiological laboratory.

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor degree in chemistry, biology, environmental studies or related field; Oregon Grade III Treatment Plant Operator Certification at time of hire; experience with computerized maintenance management programs and Microsoft application software. Application form and full job description are available from Coos Bay North Bend Water Board, Attn: Karen Parker, P. O. Box 539, Coos Bay, Oregon 97420, or by calling (541)267-3128, by faxing (541)269-5370, or e-mail karen_parker@cbnbh2o.com. This position is open until filled. A preference will be given to qualified veterans who apply for this position pursuant to ORS 408.225 to 408.237. Any veteran who has special qualifications and/or transferable skills in the management and operation of a water treatment plant should reference those skills and qualifications in their application. Coos Bay-North Bend Water Board is an EOE.

Mid- to Senior-level Civil Engineer

Murray, Smith & Associates, Inc. (MSA) is a full-service civil and environmental consulting engineering firm serving public works clients throughout the Pacific Northwest. At MSA, we believe our people and our commitment to personal services are what set us apart from others. We are committed to providing a creative and healthy work environment.

We are currently looking for mid to senior level Civil Engineers for our Tacoma, Everett and Seattle, Washington offices. If you are looking for an opportunity to develop a rewarding and stable career with an established firm providing opportunities for growth and advancement, this may be the place for you.

Job Description: You will collaborate with a talented group of professionals in an open and friendly work environment, where personal and professional growth is supported and hard work is rewarded. You will enjoy a wide variety of interesting assignments including: • Working with multidisciplinary technical teams • Planning and designing improvements to water, wastewater, and stormwater systems • Managing work programs, project schedules, and budgets • Writing technical memorandums, engineering reports, and planning studies • Coordinating with clients Requirements: • BS in Civil Engineering (BSCE) from an ABET accredited school • Professional Engineer (PE) license • 10-15 years of relevant experience as a civil engineer Ideal Candidate Qualifications: • Proficient with MS Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) and MS Project • Ability to work and communicate successfully in a team environment • Excellent written and verbal communication skills • Self-motivated with the ability to work independently with multiple priorities • Attention to detail, quality work products, and client service

About MSA: MSA is a growing engineering firm of highly skilled professionals with an excellent reputation throughout the Pacific Northwest from over 30 years of successful business. With seven offices in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho, MSA enjoys a stable backlog of a wide variety of small and large projects, and a friendly work environment that encourages a positive work/family life balance. MSA offers excellent opportunities and career advancement for civil engineers and invests in each team member through mentoring and professional development.

Benefits: MSA offers a generous benefits package with competitive salary, health/dental insurance, paid time-off, 401(k) retirement plan, and athletic club membership and transit pass subsidies. If you are interested in joining our team of professionals in a creative and rewarding work environment, please visit http://ht-jobs.net/ZBINUC1 to apply. No phone calls please. Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

Utility Worker I - Water Distribution

CITY OF NEWPORT OREGON UTILITY WORKER I – WATER DISTRIBUTION The City of Newport Oregon is seeking a reliable and professional Utility Worker I. This is a non-exempt, full-time/regular position and is part of the Newport Employee’s Association organized labor agreement. The position has a starting salary of $2,955.47/month, plus excellent benefits.

Under the supervision of the Water Distribution Supervisor, the Utility Worker I position in the Water Works Division primarily ensures delivery of safe and clean drinking water through maintenance, construction and repair of water distribution pipes, hydrants, booster stations, metering devices and other infrastructure within the public right-of-way and on public owned facilities and easements. The Water Distribution Division is part of the Public Works Department. Minimum qualifications for: • High School Diploma or GED • Oregon Water Distribution I Certification within one year of employment Special Requirements/Licenses: • Possession of a valid Oregon driver’s license • Possession of a valid Oregon Class B commercial driver’s license within six months of hire • Flagger and forklift certification within six months of hire • First Air/CPR certification within six months of hire • Other certifications as required by position classification

TO APPLY: Applicants should submit a completed city application form and a letter clearly identifying how the applicant meets the minimum job qualifications. City application forms are available on the city website at www.newportoregon.gov, or picked up from the City Manager’s Office at the Newport City Hall, 169 SW Coast Highway, Newport, Oregon 97365. Application materials should be sent to: City of Newport, Attention: Human Resources, 169 SW Coast Highway, Newport, Oregon 97365, or e-mailed to b.james@newportoregon.gov. The position is open until filled. The City of Newport is an EEO employer and veteran’s preference provider.

Distribution System Operator I or II

SUNRISE WATER AUTHORITY JOB POSTING WATER DISTRIBUTION OPERATOR I or II Sunrise Water Authority is seeking one or more candidates to join our team as either Distribution System Operators I or II (DOQ/DOE). These positions perform various duties required to maintain, operate, and repair the water system, often with limited supervision or independently. Examples of job duties associated with these positions may include: • Read meters and record data, making necessary calculations. • Maintain, repair, and install meters and perform hot taps • Perform utility locates and assist with leak detection. • Install and discontinue water services. • Locate and read water distribution maps and drawings. • Maintain and repair pressure regulator and backflow devices. • Perform vehicle and facilities maintenance. • Understand basic pump, valve, meter, and hydrant operation. • Troubleshoot pressure problems and service disruptions; problem solve under urgent or emergency conditions. • Participate in or oversee valve and hydrant maintenance programs. • Assist with or conduct basic construction activities, including operating heavy machinery, traffic control and flagging duties. • Complete field work orders in coordination with CSR/billing staff. • Assist CSR/Billing staff with complaint resolution and resolve customer complaints under confrontational situations. • Understand safety policies and procedures, including incident reporting, MSDS documents, proper use of personal protective equipment, pre-planning job safety requirements, and identify and correct unsafe work conditions. The position requires a valid driver’s license, with a commercial Class C license preferred. Eligible candidates must have a high school diploma or GED. All level I applicants must either possess or be able to obtain within one year from date of hire an Oregon Water Distribution Operator I Certification. Applicants for the Distribution Operator II level must possess or be able to obtain within two years from date of hire an Oregon Water Distribution Operator II Certification. Any job offer will be subject to the candidate passing a drug screening, background check and driving record check. The position is full time and includes required on-call service. Benefits include health, life, dental, vision, and cancer insurance. Sunrise Water Authority participates in PERS. Annual salary range for the positions are: $36,100-$48,200 for Operator I and $44,100-$56,200 for Operator II. Starting wage and position level is dependent on qualifications and experience. Full job descriptions for both Distribution Operator I and II are available at www.sunrisewater.com under the Doing Business tab. The position will be open until filled, with the first round of applicants to be considered by November 7th. To apply, submit a cover letter and resume by email to kanderson@sunrisewater.com or by mail to Sunrise Water Authority, Attn: Kim Anderson, 10602 SE 129th Ave., Happy Valley, OR 97086.

Utility Worker I, II, III - Street and Storm Sewer

CITY OF NEWPORT OREGON UTILITY WORKER I, II, OR III – STREET AND STORM SEWER The City of Newport Oregon is seeking a reliable and professional Utility Worker I, II or III –Street and Storm Sewer. This is a non-exempt, full-time/regular position with a salary range of $2,955.47 - $4,290.31 (based on skills and experience and position level), plus excellent benefits. Under the supervision of the Streets Supervisor, the Utility Worker position in the Streets and Storm Sewer Division generally performs maintenance, construction and repair of streets, sidewalks, storm drains, and other public infrastructure within the public right-of-way and on public owned facilities and easements. The ideal candidate will take strong ownership of work, have the ability to work on-call, works well with teams as well as independently, has excellent communication skills, and who currently holds a CDL. A complete job description and application materials are available on the City of Newport’s webpage located at http://www.newportoregon.gov/jobs TO APPLY: Applicants should submit a completed city application form and a letter clearly identifying how the applicant meets the minimum job qualifications. City application forms are available on the city website at www.newportoregon.gov, or picked up from the City Manager’s Office at the Newport City Hall, 169 SW Coast Highway, Newport, Oregon 97365. Application materials should be sent to: City of Newport, Attention: Human Resources, 169 SW Coast Highway, Newport, Oregon 97365, or e-mailed to b.james@newportoregon.gov. The position is open until filled. The City of Newport is an EEO and veteran’s preference employer.

Water Treatment Plant Operator II

CITY OF NEWPORT, OREGON WATER TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR II The City of Newport Oregon is seeking a reliable, experienced professional Water Treatment Plant Operator II. This is a non-exempt, full-time/regular position with a salary range of $3,257.52 - $4,290.31, plus excellent benefits. This position primarily operates, maintains and repairs water supply and treatment facilities. The ideal candidate will be a critical thinker who can troubleshoot, maintain, and repair electrical and mechanical equipment throughout the plant. A complete job description and application materials are available on the City of Newport’s web page located at http://www.newportoregon.gov/jobs

Preferred qualifications:  RSVIEW 32 /SCADA experience  Experience operating membrane filtration systems TO APPLY: Applicants should submit a completed city application form and a letter clearly identifying how the applicant meets the minimum job qualifications. City application forms are available on the city website at www.newportoregon.gov, or picked up from the City Manager’s Office at the Newport City Hall, 169 SW Coast Highway, Newport, Oregon 97365. Application materials should be sent to: City of Newport, Attention: Human Resources, 169 SW Coast Highway, Newport, Oregon 97365, or e-mailed to b.james@newportoregon.gov. The position is open until filled. The City of Newport is an EEO and veteran’s preference employer.

Utility Worker I, II, or III

CITY OF NEWPORT OREGON UTILITY WORKER I, II, OR III – STREET AND STORM SEWER The City of Newport Oregon is seeking a reliable and professional Utility Worker I, II or III –Street and Storm Sewer. This is a non-exempt, full-time/regular position with a salary range of $2,955.47 - $4,290.31 (based on skills and experience and position level), plus excellent benefits. Under the supervision of the Streets Supervisor, the Utility Worker position in the Streets and Storm Sewer Division generally performs maintenance, construction and repair of streets, sidewalks, storm drains, and other public infrastructure within the public right-of-way and on public owned facilities and easements. The ideal candidate will take strong ownership of work, have the ability to work on-call, works well with teams as well as independently, has excellent communication skills, and who currently holds a CDL. A complete job description and application materials are available on the City of Newport’s webpage located at http://www.thecityofnewport.net/dept/adm/hr/currentjobs.asp TO APPLY: Applicants should submit a completed city application form and a letter clearly identifying how the applicant meets the minimum job qualifications. City application forms are available on the city website at www.newportoregon.gov, or picked up from the City Manager’s Office at the Newport City Hall, 169 SW Coast Highway, Newport, Oregon 97365. Application materials should be sent to: City of Newport, Attention: Human Resources, 169 SW Coast Highway, Newport, Oregon 97365, or e-mailed to b.james@newportoregon.gov. The position is open until filled. The City of Newport is an EEO and veteran’s preference employer.

Water Treatment Plant Operator II

CITY OF NEWPORT OREGON WATER TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR II The City of Newport Oregon is seeking a reliable, experienced professional Water Treatment Plant Operator II. This is a non-exempt, full-time/regular position with a salary range of $3,257.52 - $4,290.31, plus excellent benefits. This position primarily operates, maintains and repairs water supply and treatment facilities. The ideal candidate will be a critical thinker who can troubleshoot, maintain, and repair electrical and mechanical equipment throughout the plant. A complete job description and application materials are available on the City of Newport’s web page located at http://www.thecityofnewport.net/dept/adm/hr/currentjobs.asp Preferred qualifications: • RSVIEW 32 /SCADA experience • Experience operating membrane filtration systems TO APPLY: Applicants should submit a completed city application form and a letter clearly identifying how the applicant meets the minimum job qualifications. City application forms are available on the city website at www.newportoregon.gov, or picked up from the City Manager’s Office at the Newport City Hall, 169 SW Coast Highway, Newport, Oregon 97365. Application materials should be sent to: City of Newport, Attention: Human Resources, 169 SW Coast Highway, Newport, Oregon 97365, or e-mailed to b.james@newportoregon.gov. The position is open until filled. The City of Newport is an EEO and veteran’s preference employer.

Process Development Engineer

Organizational Overview

HaloSource is a recognized worldwide leader in clean water and antimicrobial technology and a creator of cutting-edge solutions that benefit people and the planet.  Founded in 2002 in Seattle, Washington, HaloSource has grown to become an influential global innovator with offices and processing plants all over the world, including Bangalore India and China.  We are partnering with top companies and “thought leaders” across the globe to make water better.

HaloSource, Inc. (HALO.LN), trades on London's AIM stock exchange.

 

Position Summary

The Process Development Engineer position is critical in building and maintaining the company's product pipeline in three main areas in the drinking water business: process development, product characterization, and production support.  The PD Engineer will partner with R&D to transform bench scale processes into commercially viable processes.  This includes refining raw material requirements into quality specifications; translating the lab scale process into equipment specifications, developing process flow diagrams, P&ID's, and material and energy balances.   Additionally, the PD Engineer will supplement the data set provided by R&D to develop the manufacturing batch record and end-user specifications and guidelines. 

This position is located in our Bothell Washington office, reports to the CTO, is a member of the Research and Development Management Team, and will partner with our HaloSource Chemists and our Manufacturing Operations Team on process development and scale up.  This role works across organizational, customer, supplier, and geographic lines to help ensure safe, efficient, and effective product production processes. 

The ideal candidate will have; a degree in chemical engineering or equivalent work experience, experience in a chemical manufacturing environment, experience in a research environment  working with scientists, several years of experience in a volume scale operation, and an interest in bringing best practices to our organization.   This is a great opportunity for someone who is as excited as we are about bringing clean drinking water to the world. 

Responsibilities  

  • Operations point of contact with R&D for new and modified products.
    • Partner with R&D Chemists to understand lab process - generate process flow diagrams and material balances.
    • Develop operating parameter matrix of what has and has not been studied and to what extent.
    • Partner with R&D to supplement existing data with lab and/or pilot scale studies.
    • Take existing information on RM's and translate them into a commercial specification. 
  • Transfer new and modified chemical processes to either pilot or commercial scale.
    • Assist in assembling a technical transfer package.
    • Work collaboratively with R&D, Operations, Quality and Safety to document and design appropriate Process Qualifications and the corresponding batch records.
    • Provide on-site support during process start-up and qualification.  International Travel will be required. 
  • Support on-going Production.
    • Work with our partners (both internal and contractual) to ensure best practices are shared and implemented globally as needed.
    • Work with internal and contract manufactures to implement process monitoring to allow/set more appropriate performance standards.
    • Perform Process Hazards Analyses (PHAs) on existing and new process designs.
    • Generate equipment design specifications and assist in procurement of key equipment.
    • Provide technical assistance in identification and qualification of vendors/suppliers of equipment and materials/chemicals.

 Background and Qualifications 

  • BS/MS in Chemical Engineering   
  • Minimum experience 7 years in a Process Engineer role
  • Experience utilizing techniques for process optimization and problem solving.
  • Experience with “point of use” devices is desired.
  • Working knowledge of synthetic chemistry and water chemistry as it relates to drinking water treatment is a plus.
  • Intermediate to advanced computer skills including Excel and MS Project.  Experience with engineering software, utilization of SolidWorks is a plus.
  • Ability to periodically travel domestically and internationally. Valid passport with ability to obtain U.S. and international travel visas.

 

HaloSource offers a total rewards package that includes a competitive salary, stock options, health & welfare benefits, and career opportunities and growth. 

To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to careers@halosource.com.  HaloSource is an Equal Opportunity Employer.