The Elk Valley Public Service District is taking applications and seeking letters of interest and resumes from highly motivated individuals interested in employment as a Wastewater Class I, Class II, Class III, or Operator in Training.
Requirements include a high school diploma, valid WV Class A or B commercial driver's license, mechanical skills, organizational skills, some computer skills, and must reside within a 30-minute drive from the address below. A minimum of WV Wastewater Class I Operator's license or the ability to obtain within 1 year of employment is required.
Elk Valley Public Service District offers an excellent benefit package with PEIA health insurance, including vision, dental, life, State Retirement, and AFLAC. Starting salary will be on an hourly basis around $29,000 per year or higher, plus overtime based on qualifications.
Please email letters of interest and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to:
Elk Valley Public Service District
100 Bream Drive
Elkview, WV 25071
This is the first line supervisory level class responsible for wastewater treatment operations, including supervising assigned staff. Under direction, plans, supervises, and reviews the work of staff performing operation and maintenance duties for a wastewater treatment plant, related facilities, and process control laboratory; makes recommendations for action and assists in policy, procedure, and budget development and implementation; performs related duties as required.
Essential Duties and Functions:
Education and Experience:
Go to www.bcpssd.org, click on the "Work with Us" tab, download the employment application, fill out the required information, save as a PDF, and return your application by email.
The City of Belington is taking applications for a Water Department Distribution Worker.
A WD, Class I, or higher certification is preferred, but not required. Applicants must be at least 18 years old with a high school diploma or equivalent. Requirements also include a valid driver's license and the ability to pass a background check and a drug test.
Starting salary is based on experience.
Please contact City Hall at 304-823-1611 for an application.
This is a part-time position under our EPA Training and Technical Assistance Program.
This position will provide technical assistance to water systems that struggle to achieve compliance with regulations, both operational and administrative. Other duties include providing training on a variety of topics.
This position is well-suited for a retired or part-time WV certified water operator, who has good communication skills and a good understanding of water treatment operation and facilities.
This position will provide technical assistance to water systems throughout the state and, also, provide training on a variety of topics. This position requires a WV certified water operator, who has good communication skills and a good understanding of water treatment operations and facilities.
WVRWA is seeking an individual to work full-time as our Workforce Development Coordinator to administer our Apprenticeship Program.
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Richwood Water Department is accepting applications for a Class II Water Operator. This is a part-time, fill-in position. This operator is needed to cover holidays, sick days, personal days, vacations, extended plant operation hours, weekends, and some emergency situations, with the possibility of full-time.
Please send your resume to email@example.com or apply in person at:
Richwood City Hall
6 White Avenue
Richwood, WV 26261
For more information, call Chief Operator, Michael Spencer, at (304) 846-2624.