Summary: Operation and maintenance of Diversion Dam structure, river flow, fish screen and return, conveyances to Lake, Dike and weir flow maintenance and vegetation management. This individual will function as a working supervisor and will ensure facility conditions are maintained to meet all client and project goals.
Supervises processing systems to meet targets set by Project Manager.
Records facility operational data, maintains operational logs, prepares written reports calculations, work orders and records, ensuring accuracy. Provides the supervisor with reports on operations activity to the superintendent.
Performs related work as required and supervises in the field.
Troubleshoot causes of mechanical, electrical and hydraulic equipment failure, ability to repair components and find vendors with knowledge and experience to support maintenance activities.
Scheduling of staff during critical operations: Days/Nights/weekends/holidays
Ability to interpret prints and drawings.
Vetting vendors to support projects.
Meet with and create reports for the client.
Will implement safety procedures for the staff and visitors.
Will write Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's) as needed.
Will conform to establish housekeeping needs and perform as a team member.
Must have basic computer capabilities and become familiar with and learn Oracle WAM Systems and features along with other corporate software applications.
Employee is responsible for assisting in training by identifying needs of personnel and will also assist in coordinating training programs and training personnel.
Working knowledge and understanding of O&M manual.
Administration: Budget analysis
Creation of Task Orders for Variable work.
Understanding and implementing Veolia policies.
Ability to generate and train staff on SOP writing.
Recommend purchases of parts, materials and supplies and evaluates equipment status and generates work orders when needed.
Maintains facilities, dikes and all equipment.
Supervises cleaning and upkeep of facility grounds, buildings, vehicles and associated equipment.
Supervises general housekeeping requirements as per assigned schedule or on as needed basis.
Follows safety procedures associated with all facility functions.
Maintains effective working relationships with the facility personnel, clients, Veolia staff and the public.
Performs miscellaneous duties and work as required and assigned.
Employees will participate in staff evaluation, recognition, corrective actions and other typical supervisor tasks.
Responsible for adherence of all safety rules and procedures and reporting any observed safety violations or hazards. Individuals are also responsible for assisting in enforcement of safety practices.
High school diploma or equivalent.
Must have had some considerable experience working with water and respect and an understanding of hydraulics.
Ability to perform arithmetic and algebraic calculations and generate computer reports. Ability to conduct meetings and direct the staff without supervision in the absence of the Superintendent.
Must be able to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing and perform considerable walking, climbing, and moderate-to-heavy lifting and carrying.
Must have a minimum of 3 years experience in associated projects and facilities that have involved water treatment or power generation processes.
Basic mechanical aptitude and practical experience
Must possess or be able to obtain a valid driver's license. CDL preferred.
Ability to work overtime as assigned or supervise on weekends as needed.
Must have the ability to keep records and make reports and be able to carry out written and oral communication.Must maintain an acceptable appearance, be honest and trustworthy.
Ability to perform considerable walking, climbing, moderate to heavy lifting and carrying.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.