Open until filled, first review of applicants 11/03/2023
Cross Valley Water District is seeking qualified applicants for the Lead Utility Service Worker position. As a critical member of the team the lead provides construction and maintenance functions to District water assets, customer service support and water quality services. The Lead has the overall responsibility of directing and supervising the daily activities of the field staff. The successful candidate will be responsible for the on-site maintenance and operation of the District’s water distribution system, wastewater collection system, plants and reservoirs, and providing work assignments and instruction to employees. This position works closely with the OM Manager on all compliance items and any other projects as assigned.
The successful candidate must have at least five years of progressive responsibility in water distributions and sewer experience and must possess a High School Diploma or General Equivalency Diploma (GED). They must also possess and maintain a valid Washington State Driver’s License with a Commercial Driver’s License Class A with air brake endorsement, an first aid/CPR card, flagger card, a Water Distribution Manager II certification, Cross Connection Specialist certification, Water Treatment Plant Operator I certification or ability to obtain within two year.
Hourly - $40.10 – $53.74
Monthly - $6,951.25 - $9,315.34
Offer dependent on qualifications
Please send completed District application, cover letter and resume to Cross Valley Water District at 8802 180th St SE, Snohomish, WA 98296 first review 11/03/2023 10:00am PST. Electronic submissions available through the website. Complete job description, benefits and application materials available at: https://www.crossvalleywater.net/160/Employment and District office.
For questions, clarifications, or other information please contact Christine at (360) 668-1875.
Available on the website – CROSS VALLEY WATER . NET
The District offers competitive pay, paid time off, paid holidays, and a wide range of paid benefits including, medical, dental, vision, life insurance, long-term disability insurance, a deferred compensation option with a 2% employer match, and more. This position is also eligible for the Washington State Public Employee Retirement System.