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City of Menahga - Public Works Laborer
Moorhead Public Service (MPS) - Water Field
City of Dassel - Public Works
City of Mankato - Water Plant Operator
City of Cambridge - Water & Wastewater
Lincoln Pipestone Rural Water - Water System
City of Marble/Calumet - Wastewater Treatment
City of Glyndon - Public Works Personnel
AMERICAN Flow Control - Sales
Representative (Central Area) Territory MN & WI
City of Medford - Public Works Supervisor
City of Northome - Public Works Personnel.
Veolia - Water Operator, Albertville, MN
CITY OF MENAHGA
The City of
Menahga, MN (2017 pop. est. 1341) is seeking a Full-time
Public Works Laborer. Under general supervision, perform
maintenance and repair of the Cityís water and wastewater
systems. This position will perform weekend checks on the
water and wastewater systems. As the need arises, the position
will help with campground and beach bathroom cleaning and
assist with street duties assigned by the Public Works
Director. Starting Salary Range: $31,428 to $41,974 plus
excellent benefits package.
The City of Menahga will be accepting applications
until 4:00 p.m., December 7th at 115 2nd St. NE, P.O.
Box C, Menahga, MN 56464; fax (218)564-4612; e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org. Application, job notice, job
description available on City of Menahga website:
or by calling City Hall at (218)564-4557.
Water Field Technician
Public Service (MPS) is accepting applications for a Water
Field Technician. Under general supervision, this position
performs field project management, including the
determination, maintenance, and tracking of water utility
related information; assists with construction management
projects; coordinates and conducts watermain testing; assists
in development of GIS; and serves as primary liaison for asset
qualifications include an associateís degree in civil
engineering technology, construction management, GIS,
engineering (civil, electrical, or mechanical), or other
related degree, and one year of related experience.
Desired qualifications include three years of related
The current wage range is $16.45 to $27.41
per hour. Benefits include pension (Minnesota Public Employee
Retirement Association), health insurance, and generous
vacation and sick leave.
Application form and job
description are available at
http://www.mpsutility.com/employment; at the MPS Business
Office (Moorhead City Hall, Second Floor); or by calling
218.477.8000, Option 4.
Applicants MUST complete an
MPS Application for Employment to be considered for employment
with MPS. EOE.
Closing Date: Friday, December
CITY OF DASSEL - PUBLIC WORKS
The City of Dassel is accepting applications
for a working Director of Public Works. This is a full time
salaried position with excellent benefits. The position is
responsible for the operation of the City's Public Works
Department including all infrastructure (roads, street lights,
drainage systems, sewer and water) and facilities (including
parks and public buildings). Duties will also include budget,
staff supervision, working with city engineers and project
management. The ideal candidate for this position will
demonstrate strong leadership skills, the ability to manage
multiple projects, strong computer skills, and be an excellent
communicator. Licenses required: Wastewater Operator Ė
Class B; Water Operator Ė Class C; MN Driverís License Ė Class
Pay range $49,940 to $66,726, plus benefits.
City application, cover letter and resume required. A
copy of the job description and application are available on
the city website
www.dassel.com or you may contact the City Clerk at
320.275.2454 or by email,
Submit completed application packet to: City of Dassel,
PO Box 391, Dassel, MN 55325, by noon Wednesday,
December 5, 2018. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
City of Mankato
Job Title: Water Plant Operator Technician A
Closing Date/Time: Tue. 11/27/18 11:59 PM Central
Salary: $18.89 - $27.59 Hourly | $39,287.04
- $57,380.96 Annually
Job Type: Full Time
Water Treatment Plant - 730 Mound Avenue, Mankato, Minnesota
Department: Public Utilities
Under supervision, of the Superintendent of the Water
Treatment Plant, performs semi-skilled work as required for
the efficient operation, maintenance, and housekeeping of the
water treatment plant, wells, reservoirs, lift stations, and
related components. Performs the functions of the Shift
Operator whenever a Shift Operator is unavailable to work his
or her shift. Works the day shift or on a weekly
rotating shift. Whenever not working on a shift, works
days assisting on plant operations and maintenance. May
be assigned to one or more functional areas within the
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB:
Controls the proper treatment and pumping rates, and performs
standard chemical and bacteriological tests of water.
Makes periodic rounds of the plant, checking charts,
equipment, and meters.
Makes equipment adjustments on various components.
Regulates electric motors, adjusts equipment and pumps for
proper water flow and pumpage.
Performs standard and chemical tests to ascertain water
hardness, magnesium, turbidity, chlorine residual, phosphate,
fluoride, biochemical oxygen demand, dissolved
oxygen, suspended solids, volatile solids, volatile acids,
bacteria, and related testing.
Adjusts chemical feed rates and solid return rate for
treatment processes under direction of the Foreperson of Water
Performs all housekeeping duties that are required.
Designated "Relief Operators" perform the duties of a
maintenance electrician after training and under general
supervision of the City's master electrician.
Performs physical/mental demands of the work environment
requirements for this position.
Attendance during regularly scheduled work hours and outside
regular hours as necessary.
Effective and respectful communication and interactions with
other employees, supervisors, individuals from other
organizations, and citizen customers.
FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB:Performs other related functions as
assigned or apparent.
Must possess a high school
diploma or GED, and successful completion of a technical
college water/wastewater operators program or completion
within sixty (60) days of application date; OR hold a valid
Minnesota Class D Water Supply System Operator certification
or have the ability to obtain one within one hundred twenty
(120) days of employment. Must obtain a Class "B" Water
Supply System Operator certification within one (1) year of
Experience working with lime softening and membranes.
2 years of wastewater plant operational experience
Associates Applied Science degree in water and/or wastewater.
Bachelors degree in biology, chemistry, or environmental
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Must possess a valid Minnesota Class D driver's license and be
able to drive; and obtain a Minnesota CDL Class A driver's
license and a tanker endorsement within ninety
(90) days of employment.
Must possess a Special Engineer Boiler Operators license or
obtain one within six (6) months of employment.
Employees designated as "Relief Operators," must register with
the Department of Labor and Industry as an unlicensed
Satisfactory completion of background examination, physical
examination, and drug testing.
Ability to pass medical standards for respirator, and ability
to wear while performing work duties.
Must be available for emergency overtime.
Must comply with organizational and departmental policies.
∑ Must comply
with data practices policies and standards relative to not
public data. Any access to not public data should be strictly
limited to accessing the data that are
necessary to fulfill the employment responsibility. While data
are being accessed, incumbent should take reasonable measures
to ensure the not public data are not
accessed by individuals without a work reason. Once the work
reason to access the data is reasonably finished the not
public data must be properly stored according to
city policy and the Minnesota Statutes. Must comply with
organizational and departmental policies.
Hours and days of work for this position will vary
depending on scheduled shift. The Water Plant facility
operates 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Application instructions at-
The City of Cambridge is seeking
applicants for a full-time Water & Wastewater Operator.
Responsibilities include the efficient operation and
maintenance of our extended aeration wastewater treatment
plant and an iron, manganese, and radium removal water
treatment plant. Operators ensure these systems meet our
permit requirements. The position also works on the
collection, distribution and radio read water meter
systems. The position is straight days with a rotating on-call
schedule to cover the weekends and emergency needs.
Minimum qualifications are:
A high school diploma or
A current Minnesota Class D Water Operators
Minnesota Class D Wastewater Operators
License prior to starting
Valid Class D
Applicants must possess or be able to
obtain a Class B commercial driverís license within six months
of the hire date.
Starting salary range is $21.19 to
$23.76 per hour depending upon qualifications. Excellent
health insurance, benefit package, and working environment.
Applicants must complete a city application form. Application
materials are available online at
or at Cambridge City Hall, 300 3rd Ave. NE, Cambridge,
Minnesota. Deadline for completed
applications is 12:00 pm on December 3, 2018.
Lincoln Pipestone Rural Water -
Water System Operator
Service oriented self-starter to
work with LPRW management and staff to operate and maintain
all aspects of a rural water system. Primary duties
include installation and repair of water lines and services,
working with contractors and customers to maintain reliable
service and operation of the water system. Must be able to
communicate effectively with staff and the public and must
have basic mechanical and construction equipment operator
skills. Computer literacy is required. Position
requires high school education and the ability to obtain a
commercial driverís license within one year.
Lincoln-Pipestone Rural Water System supplies water to over
4,600 rural customers and 36 communities in 10 southwest
Minnesota counties. The primary work area will be Nobles and
LPRW offers a competitive salary and
excellent benefits. A complete job description is
available upon request. Submit resume by November 26th,
2018 to: Lincoln Pipestone Rural Water, ATTN: Jodi
Greer, 415 E Benton St., PO Box 188, Lake Benton, MN 56149.
Phone: (507) 368-4248; Fax: (507) 368-4573; Email:
Lincoln Pipestone Rural Water is an Equal Opportunity
The City of Glyndon is seeking to
fill the position of Public Works Personnel. Requires
high school diploma or equivalent, MN Driverís license with a
clean driving record. Need to possess or be able to
obtain MN Class D water and wastewater certification within 18
months of employment. Responsibilities include; operation and
maintenance of the cityís water and wastewater systems,
maintaining parks, mowing, snow removal, maintaining city
equipment, buildings, streets, alleys and any other tasks
assigned by the Supt. of Public Works. Should possess good
public relation skills, have a flexible schedule and be
willing to work evenings and weekends as needed. Will be in an
ON-CALL rotation for evenings and weekends. Starting wage will
be $18.00 per hour/40 hours per week minimum, plus benefits.
An application can be found on the Cityís website
http://glyndonmn.com or at
City Hall, 36 3rd St SE Glyndon MN. Open until
AMERICAN Flow Control - Sales
Representative (Central Area) Territory MN & WI
View Job Posting Here
The City of Medford is hiring a
full-time Public Works Supervisor. This great career
opportunity requires communicating and coordinating with staff
and outside agencies, supervising full and part time
employees, responsive customer service; and includes managing
and implementing maintenance and operation of streets, parks,
trails, facilities, vehicles, equipment, and wastewater,
water, and storm sewer infrastructure. The
position performs administrative, technical, and professional
work. Salary is $52,936-$73,757, DOQ.
Minnesota Class D Water and Class D Wastewater licenses (Class
C licenses or higher preferred), have the ability to obtain a
CPO license; valid driverís license with the ability to obtain
a Class B driverís license with air brake endorsement within
Applications available at
www.medfordminnesota.com or City Hall. To apply,
submit an application and resume. Mail application
materials to City of Medford, Attn: City Administrator, 408
2nd Ave SE, Medford, MN 55049, or email materials to
Deadline: Open until filled
JOB OPENING PUBLIC WORKS PERSONNEL
The City of Northome is seeking to
fill the position of Public Works Personnel. This position is
exempt from overtime and full time with 40 hours per week. The
minimum educational requirement is a high school diploma or
equivalent. A Class "C" Water Operator's license, a Class "D"
Wastewater Operator's license, and a valid Class "B" Minnesota
driver's license are required. Water and Wastewater licensing
must be obtained within 18 months of employment.
Responsibilities of this position include the operation and
maintenance of the municipal water and wastewater systems,
snow removal, maintaining streets and parks, operation and
maintenance of city vehicles and all other related equipment,
and any other duties assigned by the city council. Must
possess good public relations skills. Must have a flexible
schedule and be willing to work some evenings and weekends.
For a full job description and application packet call the
Northome City Clerk's Office at (218) 897-5762. Mail to
Northome City Clerk's Office, PO Box 65, Northome, MN 56628,
fax to (218) 897-4002 or deliver in person to 12068 Main
Street, Northome, MN 56661
Veolia is the largest sustainable
environmental solutions organization globally. With over
163,000 employees worldwide, we specialize in water, waste and
$20 - 23/hr DOE
Medical, Vision, Dental, 401k,
MN Grade D License required. Grade C
preferred or the ability to obtain within 12 months of
Operates and maintains
water/wastewater treatment, processing, disposal and testing
equipment in water/wastewater treatment facility to purify
water to meet permit and operational requirements.
Must have the ability to read, write
and comprehend English (operational, process, safety and
quality instructions). Must have the ability to perform basic
Six months to two years
experience in a related position and environment with
knowledge of the methods, techniques, and practices of water
Must consistently demonstrate the ability to
learn and independently operate assigned machines and
equipment meeting or exceeding processing and quality targets.
Must demonstrate ability to learn and independently
operate equipment such as pumps, engines, centrifuge,
generators, valves, gates, mixers, conveyors, blowers, dryers,
chemical feed, odor control, disinfection equipment, sludge
processing filters, belt presses and measuring/control
devices, testing equipment and material handling equipment.
Must demonstrate a working ability to use computer
programs for process control.
Must demonstrate ability to
work in a team environment and willingness to assume
additional or new responsibilities readily.
Must be able
to serve rotational 24 hour emergency on-call if required by
Must possess a valid driverís license and a safe
Pleas forward resumes to
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