$34.70-$52.06 Hourly / $6,014.67-$9,023.73 Monthly / $72,176.00-$108,284.80 Yearly
Supervises and evaluates distribution field crew personnel; maintains the distribution flushing program, distribution sample collection program, and the cross connection control database.
Monitors and supervises the certification program for backflow prevention.
Provides support for the current/proposed regulations and technology for the Cross Connection Control Program.
Maintains appropriate inventory repair and installation of city owned backflow prevention assemblies; supervises annual scheduling of backflow assembly testing.
Coordinates field activities with laboratory supervisor; schedules ASR sample collection and water level readings and files weekly report; coordinates with TWD staff, CH2M Hill and Florida Geological Survey various ASR activities; schedules and coordinates boil water sample collections with the lab and distribution.
Conducts investigations, research and writes reports as required; advises and responds to public and professional inquiries regarding water quality and cross-connection control.
Recommends personnel actions such as employment, promotions, transfers, demotions, suspensions, and dismissals; administers required discipline and responds to employee grievances; responds to employee leave requests; completes performance evaluations.
Performs related work as required.
Extensive knowledge of: federal, state, and local rules, codes and ordinances as they apply to cross connection control and distribution system water quality; field water quality monitoring procedures; equipment utilized in sample collection; maintenance, operation, and repair of flushing equipment; testing and repair of backflow prevention devices.
Considerable knowledge of: effective supervisory techniques; distribution system service area; word processing and data management programs; proposed activities which impact distribution water quality monitoring programs; occupational hazards, appropriate precautions and methods of promoting safety; practices, methods, tools, and equipment utilized in laboratory testing analysis of water samples.
Ability to: supervise field crew personnel; organize sampling programs; coordinate with technical laboratory staff; communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; prepare clear and legible reports; instruct staff as to how to operate and maintain equipment; instruct staff as to how to interpret blue prints, microfiche and other design plans; establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees and the general public.
Skill in: the operation and maintenance of backflow prevention equipment; troubleshooting distribution system water quality problems; data base management.
Possession of a valid Florida driver’s license.
Possession of, or the ability to obtain within 18 months, certification for the testing and repairing of backflow prevention devices.