Monthly Salary Range: $6,675 to $8,945; Competitive Benefits Package
Please email cover letter, resume, and application to: HRA@nud.net
Application and Additional Details: www.nud.net/careers
SPECIFIC AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY (SAOR):
Leads and supervises one or more work crew(s) to carry out various programs to maintain and operate all components of the District’s water distribution and sewage collection systems. Works under general direction with minimal supervision. Supports established priorities, goals and effectively communicates planning objectives. Emphasis of this position is on planning, organizing, managing, supervising, and prioritizing for maximum efficiency. Reviews work order and develops reports on progress. An incumbent of this position is expected to be highly-skilled in all aspects of SAOR including making estimates of resource needs and allocates them to meet deadlines. Participates and makes recommendations for hiring/firing and conducts performance reviews. Coaches and counsels staff. Provides technical advice; assesses situations and site conditions to make recommendations to superiors and regularly responds to more complicated situations.
- Expert understanding of almost all aspects of the method and procedures for the maintenance and operations of the water distribution and sewage collection systems.
- Proficiency in planning for project, equipment, manpower and material needs.
- Ability to coach, train and supervise one or more work crew(s).
- Comprehensive understanding of appropriate safety rules and safe working methods.
- Knowledge of current federal, state and local laws governing the District’s field operations.
- Thorough understanding of the District’s policies and procedures for field operations.
- Communication (oral communication and interpersonal) skills as applied to interaction with co-workers, supervisor, the general public, etc.
- High school diploma or GED,
- Minimum one year of post-secondary education preferred. Two years of equivalent specialized industry experience maybe substituted for each of post-secondary education.
- Five year experience as Utility Worker-Lead or proven skill level as validated by the M&O Director.
- Completes at least 40 hours of leadership skill training.
- Seven-year industry experience.
- Valid Washington State Driver’s License
- Washington State Commercial Driver’s License – Class A with Tanker endorsement – preferred
- WDM-III – Water Distribution Manager – Washington State
- WWC-II - Waste Water Collections Certification – Non State
- Cross-connection Control Specialist Certification – to be obtained within one year in this position
- Complete FEMA ICS 100, 200, 300, 400, 700 and 800 training within one year in this position.
Reliable and regular attendance, and the ability to work harmoniously with other employees.
Must reside within 30 miles of District Headquarters.
Most work is performed outdoors exposed to traffic hazards and may be at high elevations or deep in underground vaults. Nights and odd hours in response to emergencies is required. This position typically requires: fingering, grasping, talking, hearing, seeing, bending, crawling, lifting, pushing and pulling and repetitive motions. Lifting in excess of 50 pounds of weight to move and operate necessary tools and equipment.