Work involves monitoring remote sites and various treatment
facilities, as well as testing and monitoring quality and operation
of the SCADA system. All facilities operate seven days per week,
twenty-four hours per day.
Examples of Duties
Operate the groundwater and surface water treatment and
wastewater treatment plants producing a product that meets or
exceeds state and federal regulations. Utilize the SCADA system and
reporting tools to verify and optimize treatment. Connects and
disconnects one ton chlorine gas containers and handles other
treatment chemicals as needed. Performs lab analysis and documents
results in accordance with policies.
Performs routine and non-routine maintenance on chemical feed
equipment, pumps, motors and valves. Troubleshoots equipment as
Monitors water/wastewater quality by performing laboratory
tests, observing continuous monitoring equipment and the computer
system. Documents and reviews test and equipment results according
to policy. Makes treatment adjustments as needed.
Performs control room duties; monitors various city facilities
using the SCADA system; responds to emergencies; uses trending and
reporting tools to optimize system operations
Experience and Training
Graduation from high school or GED equivalent.
At least one (1) year of experience in treatment plant operation
or a similar position.
Certificates and Licenses Required
Must obtain a Class D Water License issued by the Texas
Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) within one (1) year of
Must obtain Class C Surface Water Operator's License issued by
the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) within three
(3) years of hire
HazMat Emergency Response Technician Training within twelve (12)
months of hire
Valid Texas Driver's License or ability to obtain prior to