This position is responsible for coordinating the material, equipment, and personnel needs to perform the tasks of a particular program within the Water Resources Division under the direction and supervision of the division manager.
This is the highest level position in the lead worker job series. Positions in this class perform the more complex and specialized tasks requiring advanced technical skills in their field of specialty and/or perform a wider variety of responsibilities. Work is performed under limited supervision. The division manager sets the overall objectives and resources available. Incumbent assists with developing deadlines, projects, and work to be completed and has lead responsibilities over other employees within a particular program.
EXAMPLES OF JOB DUTIES:
Other duties may be assigned as needed.
Administers the preventative and emergency maintenance programs for the wastewater treatment plant and lift stations under the direction of the division manager.
Maintains the city's computer-based preventative maintenance program (currently Allmax Software), and makes recommendations to management on future upgrades or changes to the system.
Assists Division Manager in estimating time, material, equipment, and personnel needed to perform assigned work and work of crew.
Assists Division Manager in preparing work schedules and assigning tasks to ensure completion of projects/tasks efficiently and on time.
Analyzes division's equipment needs, and makes recommendations to the supervisor for all new additions, replacements, alterations, repairs and operational changes.
Coordinates with other divisions/departments and equipment/materials suppliers to ensure completion of projects/tasks efficiently and on time.
Operates equipment and performs field work in back-up or support as needed.
Be responsible for work zone safety, including signage, trenching, confined space permitting, etc.
Supervises work of crew in the field to ensure that work is done properly and safely, including providing directions, instructions, and training to crew members, and reviewing their work.
Administers, updates, and maintains files, maps, reports and all other records related to assigned duties.
Performs supervisor's duties during their absence as necessary.
May assist supervisor in preparing annual budget related to assigned duties and crews.
A combination of the experience, education, and training listed below which provides an equivalent background to perform the work of this position.
Four years’ experience performing a variety of the essential duties of the position or a related position in applicable specialty area.
High school diploma or GED is required.
Must possess Group I Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator certification.
Must possess, or have the ability to possess within twelve months of hire date, Group III Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator certification.
Washington State Electrician License is desirable.
Must possess a Washington State Driver's License.
Must possess, or have the ability to possess within six months of hire date, a Washington State Class B Commercial Driver's License.
Must possess, or have the ability to possess within six months of hire date, first aid and CPR certifications.
Knowledge of routine and emergency repairs of the wastewater treatment plant and lift stations.
Knowledge of federal, state, and municipal laws and regulations governing wastewater facilities.
Knowledge of electrical and mechanical equipment used in wastewater treatment and pumping facilities.
Ability to interpret construction drawings and blueprints relating to wastewater facilities.
Ability to operate and maintain electrical and plumbing systems and equipment.
Ability to effectively operate Windows-based computer including word processing, spreadsheet, database, and specialized software applications related to assigned division; learn relevant new and updated software applications.
Ability to direct the work of crew members, including giving instructions, providing equipment and job-specific training as needed, reviewing work in-progress and as completed, and ensuring compliance with safety requirements.
Ability to identify, estimate, calculate, and project costs, time, equipment, supplies, and personnel needed for assigned tasks/projects.
Ability to effectively update and maintain records related to assigned department/division using related recordkeeping systems.
Additional Salary Information: In addition to the salary listed, this position receives an additional 1.5% premium pay upon obtainment of a WWTPO Group III Certification.
About City of Marysville
Marysville is a wonderful place to visit, live, play or work. It is Snohomish County's second-largest city with a population of more than 67,000, and was the fastest growing city in the state of Washington in 2015. The City of Marysville’s mission is to partner with the community to provide quality, innovative and efficient municipal services which promote economic growth, thriving neighborhoods, healthful living, and financial sustainability for our residents and businesses.