Water Treatment System Plant Operator
Water Treatment System Plant Operator
Project Site Location: Plaistow, New Hampshire
A full-time (40 hours/week) position that occasionally requires additional on-call, or after-hours support. Responsible for operation of a 150-gpm groundwater treatment facility (GWTF). Daily and weekly activities include inspection, monitoring and maintenance of equipment, process controls and chemical feed systems to safely release treated water to the environment.
- Monitor and oversee treatment system operations such that effluent meets permit discharge criteria
- Conduct all work in accordance with federal, state, and local regulations including but not limited to OSHA, US EPA and NH DES
- Maintain and calibrate mechanical and electrical equipment, machinery, pumps, motors, meters, instruments, and gauges
- Collect samples and conduct tests to check operating conditions and verify compliance with discharge criteria
- Operate a Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) program and monitor alarm systems 24/7, or in coordination with support personnel
- Read meters, gauges to determine the plant equipment and systems are operating properly
- Monitor and inventory supplies, chemicals, and wastes, and adjust chemical feed systems
- Monitor and interpret operating data, charts and graphs, and use the computerized systems to document performance in accordance with the quality standards
- Identify, fix, and/or communicate malfunctions. Troubleshoot variances from the standard operating conditions in consultation with the project team
- Prepare and maintain facility records, inspection logs, test data and preventive maintenance
- Supervise the GWTF and serve as on-site representative with project stakeholders, visitors and client representatives
- High school diploma, technical school degree or equivalent. Knowledge of state water/wastewater operation requirements and wastewater treatment operator’s license a plus
- Valid driver’s license and safety record
- A minimum of five years of experience with groundwater remediation systems and/or water/wastewater treatment facility operations
- Thorough knowledge of mechanical equipment, machinery, and systems for basic preventive maintenance and repair
- Basic ability to use MS Excel and Word.
- OSHA 40-hour HAZWOPER training desired
- Ability to lift 50 pounds
- Have the ability to detect and differentiate colors
- Reside in nearby proximity of the site, in order to promptly respond to outages or alarm conditions, as necessary
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