Salary: $24.53 - $31.28 Hourly
Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, LTD, PERS Retirement, Vacation, Sick, Paid Holidays, Wellness Reimbursement
This role is responsible for coordinating the City's wastewater and stormwater underground systems maintenance and inspection program, focusing on industry leading safety and quality standards. This means you will join a team of dedicated, hard-working professionals who ensure the City's assets are well maintained and are serious about doing it. You will succeed in this role because of your ability to contribute to and learn from a committed, public service focused work environment that leverages your passion for both the intricacies and the science of wastewater and stormwater management.
What you'll do:
- Maintain and repair the City's underground utility systems.
- Safely operate Vacuum, Line Cleaning, and Combo Trucks and train others on how to safely operate the equipment.
- Coordinate the inspection program for the City's underground utility systems.
- Accurately and diligently maintain records, reports, and data for the inspection program.
This position might be perfect for you if:
- You want to make a distinct contribution to the community you serve.
- You're highly organized and can juggle multiple projects and tasks.
- You're looking for a team committed to your growth through training, mentoring, and team building opportunities.
- You enjoy working with others to teach and pass on your knowledge.
- You have a strong commitment to superior customer service.
- You want to join a forward-thinking team that will bring the best out of you.
- You thrive in a fast-paced environment.... there's never a dull moment here!
If you are someone who thinks differently, expects more, and doesn't want to settle for the status quo, Wilsonville is the place for you. This is not just another job – this is a place to expand your career. Sound interesting? Apply today! Qualified candidates will have a minimum of three (3) years of experience within the utility maintenance, construction or inspection fields; experience operating heavy equipment or trucks with at least two (2) years of experience operating Vacuum, Line Cleaning or Combo Trucks; and knowledge and experience with the State of Oregon sanitary overflow reporting requirements.