Join the Otay Water and as a member of the Otay Team, you will play an important role in the Operations Department. This is a great opportunity to be a member of a progressive and community focused organization. This position may be appointed at either level.
The Reclamation Plant Operator is responsible for controlling treatment process, treatment sampling and testing, and administers proper quantities of chemical solutions.
BENEFITS: Partial listing includes medical and dental 100% paid by the District for employee and 88% paid for dependents, paid leave including 14 holidays and life insurance, CalPERS Retirement, retirement health benefits, education reimbursement, and much more.
REQUIRED LICENSES AND/OR CERTIFICATIONS:
Both levels require a valid California Driver's License and a safe driving record. Operator II requires a valid State of California Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator Grade II Certificate issued by the Water Resources Control Board. Operator III requires a valid State of California Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator Grade III Certificate issued by the Water Resources Control Board
MINIMUM EXPERIENCE, EDUCATION, AND TRAINING REQUIREMENTS:
Both levels require a High School Diploma or G.E.D.
One (1) year experience performing operation and maintenance duties at a wastewater reclamation facility and possession of a California State Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator II; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
One (1) year experience performing operation and maintenance duties at a wastewater reclamation facility and possession of a California State Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator III; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.
APPLY IMMEDIATELY: Application review will begin July 18, 2018; however, you are encouraged to apply immediately in order to be considered. For information on application guidelines and to apply, please go to the Employment section of our website at www.otaywater.gov.
ABOUT OTAY WATER DISTRICT: The District is one of the fastest growing and most progressive water agencies in the region, now serving approximately 220,000 people in the rapidly expanding southeastern region of picturesque San Diego County. The District’s 125.5 square mile service area includes the communities of southern El Cajon, La Mesa, Rancho San Diego, Jamul, Spring Valley, Bonita, eastern Chula Vista, and the Otay Mesa area along the border with Mexico.
Located in Spring Valley, approximately 15 miles southeast of downtown San Diego, the District is close to all the cultural, educational, and recreational amenities of a large southern California metropolitan area without the daily congestion. The District employs 134 regular employees and takes pride in providing reliable, high-quality products, services, and support.