Salary Range: $45,760.00 - $61,235.20
This is technical and supervisory work in the maintenance and operations of the sewer collection lines maintained by the City. This employee must be able to communicate and enforce departmental policies and procedures.
- Establish efficient and economical policies and procedures of all Sewer Line Maintenance functions.
- Ensure that required training is provided for the continuous development and qualification of personnel.
- Engage in studies relating to current developments in the field of Sewer Line Maintenance and aid in determining efficient utilization of manpower, making adjustments to methods, policies and procedures and to provide continuing improvement in the safety, efficiency and production of the division.
- Ensure that all instructions pertinent to safety are properly observed and that all personnel comply with and understand fully all of the existing safety regulations.
- Monitor the progress, accomplishment of maintenance and inspection throughout the Sewer Line Maintenance Division.
- Establish work schedules.
- Determine adequate equipment and supplies are available.
- Promote morale and the general efficiency and safety of all Sewer Line Maintenance Division personnel.
- Prepares and monitors the annual budgets and manpower estimates for the division.
- On call nights, weekends and holidays in case of emergencies.
- Physical strength and agility sufficient to perform strenuous labor tasks under varying weather conditions.
- Extensive knowledge of sewer collection network and ability to locate mains and pipes.
- Some knowledge of wastewater treatment plant operation.
- Ability to keep records and make reports.
- Ability to understand and transmit oral and written instructions.
- Ability to supervise work crews and give instructions in work procedures and equipment operation.
- Ability to operate all equipment assigned to Sewer Line Maintenance.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the public, fellow employees and administration.
- Possession of a valid Oklahoma State Commercial Driver License and a driving record acceptable to the City’s insurance carrier.
- Knowledgeable in line maintenance manuals, State and Federal regulations and Del City wastewater treatment policies.
- Ability to ensure all Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), OSHA and State Department of Health rules and regulations are complied with.
- Ability to respond to public complaints and assist within City Codes.
- Ability to inspect City contracts and projects in their area of expertise.
- Possession of a Class “B” Wastewater Operators License.
- Possession of high school diploma or equivalent.
- Six (6) years experience in sewer maintenance and repair systems.
- Class “A” Wastewater License
Works under the direct supervision of the Public Works Director and supervises the Sewer Line Maintenance Division staff.
High School Diploma or GED
Class "B" Wastewater Operators License