|Date Posted||September 19, 2022|
Trades & Services
Advanced level in the sewer and water line servicing occupation requiring thorough knowledge of tools, equipment, and methods and procedures used in sewer and water line servicing and maintenance; under general direction, leads and assists crew in the installation, maintenance and repair of County sewer and water lines; operates equipment for the maintenance of the systems.
Summary of Job Duties
Operates equipment such as combination vacuum/high pressure sewer cleaning trucks, hydro excavation machines, sewer cleaning easement machine, crane style truck, sewer rodder, golf cart, ATV utility vehicle, various style loaders, various size dump trucks, and various loaders with associated attachments for operations associated with construction and maintenance of water and sewer assets.
Utilizes hydraulic tools, water loss, smoke/dye, and acoustic data gathering equipment, air hammer, tapping/valve insertion machines, powered hand tools and other related equipment.
Sets up work plans, assigns daily tasks to crew; leads and participates with work crews in the installation, maintenance, or replacement of water or sewer lines and components; provides technical assistance as necessary, ensures on-site safety of crew and general public. Restores pavement, concrete, manholes, and lawns to original condition.
Requires physical strength, agility and dexterity to complete related task to the maintenance, repair, replacements or assessment of water and Sewer Assets.
Responds to on-site customer complaints regarding water or sewer service and related problems; prepares daily electronic records and reports; performs minor repairs and preventive maintenance on equipment, requests repairs and servicing of equipment; completes inspection/inventory lists and associated documentation for equipment and materials.
(Performs Related Duties as Required)
Minimum Qualifications and Requirements
Equivalent to high school diploma; two (2) years internal or four (4) years external experience of sewer or water systems construction and maintenance experience, including two (2) years' experience in the operation and routine maintenance of the indicated equipment; valid State of Ohio Commercial Driver's License (CDL-A) with tanker endorsements; must pass Department of Transportation physical exam; must have Ohio Class I Water Distribution or Ohio Class I Wastewater Collection Certification. As a licensed CDL driver, must be an active registrant with the FMCSA clearinghouse.
(Other Evidences May Be Substituted)
Must attend a Backflow Prevention course within 1 year of hire.