|Open Date||11/7/2019 12:00:00 AM|
|Filing Deadline||12/8/2019 11:59:00 PM|
|Salary||$20.24 - $28.81/hour; $3,508.27 - $4,993.73/month; $42,099.20 - $59,924.80/year|
|Type of Recruitment||Open|
Assists in basic repairs/modifications, preventive maintenance, and basic troubleshooting on equipment; assists with cleaning, isolation, and preparation of equipment for repair/maintenance; assists with cleaning and upkeep on industrial equipment.
Assists with inspection of co-gen and auxiliary equipment and with inspection of proper operation of intake/exhaust air systems.
Assists with performing all types of alignments; assists with process control adjustments, proper operation of odor control systems, and pump station preventive maintenance and corrective procedures.
Completes operations related equipment cleaning (samplers, etc.); performs general building maintenance; performs site restoration; reports all equipment malfunctions as they occur.
Collects and processes all sludge samples, junction chamber samples, main pump station samples, and odor control samples.
Operates waste gas burners; maintains ventilation systems; replaces appropriate light bulbs and indicator lamps; adjusts and changes packing.
Assists with inventory, handling, and replacement of chemical supplies; completes all related paperwork, including documentation of completed work.
Performs related work as required.
Knowledge of: basic safety practices; basic mechanical practices; electrical maintenance practices; gas flow equipment; jacket water flows; the physical properties of gases and liquids; the use of proper signals for equipment operations; equipment identification systems; basic repair/maintenance practices on industrial equipment.
Ability to: establish and maintain productive working relationships with co-workers and the public; motivate and work with others in a collaborative team environment; deal appropriately with others in all situations; understand and follow written and oral instructions; lift 50 pounds; climb ladders; work in confined spaces; utilize basic safety practices (e.g. lockout/tagout); follow proper procedures for oil sampling; learn new work practices and procedures.
Skill in: use of hand tools; use of small power tools; use of gas detector equipment; use of SCBA; use of communication equipment; use of power lifting equipment (forklift, truck mounted cranes).
Basic computer skills.
AWT employees – Must meet criterion for Level I on the job skills matrix.
Others - Graduation from an accredited high school or GED with 2 years of utility or industrial experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENT: External hires have 6 months beyond the standard probationary period to achieve the qualifying skills set.