Wastewater Maintenance Tech (Night shift)

Company: HKA Enterprises ( Learn More )

General Information
$23.00 /Hour
High School
Contract to Hire
At least 1 year(s)
Not Specified
Job Description

This is a night shift position-10:00 pm-6:00 am
  • The Maintenance Tech performs a variety of tasks in the operation, maintenance, repair and calibration of the equipment, instruments, processes and support systems of an industrial water/wastewater treatment facility on an assigned shift
  • Operates industrial facilities to control flow and processing of streams such as water, wastewater, steam, compressed air, sludge and effluents.
  • Monitors control panels and panelboard and adjusts controls, valves and gates manually or by remote control to regulate flow, pressure elevation and distribution
  • Operates and controls electric motors, pumps, gates, engines, generators and valves into plant to regulate processes
  • Maintains shift log, observes variations in operating conditions and records and interprets meter and gauge readings
  • Processes, hauls and applies bio-solids or other process residuals in accordance with plant schedules and regulatory requirements
  • Collects samples and performs routine laboratory tests
  • Troubleshoots, diagnoses, and repairs facility equipment and instrumentation
  • Utilizes data management tools for daily process control, such as computer spreadsheets and CMMS programs
  • Accomplishes routine maintenance and custodial duties as required
  • Makes necessary operating decisions in absence of supervisor
  • Performs other duties as required
  • Job Requirements

    • High School Diploma or GED required
    • One year experience with industrial production techniques and industrial equipment
    • Possess a valid drivers€™s license
    • Knowledge of computer software including but not limited to Microsoft Office, Excel, Outlook, and data management software
    • Some post high school education related to industrial water/wastewater utility operations and maintenance
    • Knowledge of the principles, methods, and tools employed in the general operation of engines, pumps, valves, motors, and related equipment; general maintenance work; safe work practices; principles and methods of biological and chemical sewage analyses, effects and problems of industrial waste in water/wastewater treatment processes. Willingness to cross train and assist in both maintenance and operations areas