Hours: Monday ƒ?? Friday, occasional weekends depending on company needs
Supervisory Responsibility: None
Water Fleet is a dynamic company working to revolutionize the mobile potable and wastewater management industry through pioneering technology and exceptional talent. Weƒ??ve built our company on the core values of Respect, Quality, Teamwork, Health/Safety, Radical Innovation and are seeking like-minded people to propel our growth. If you are a highly qualified individual who enjoys working in a fast-paced environment, please review the following:
The Wastewater Operator (WWO) is responsible for monitoring, operating, and maintaining one or several packaged wastewater plants to provide convenient, reliable, and economical wastewater solutions to customers. To be successful in this role, the WWO must be able to function effectively both as a member of a team, and also independently in the delivery of service, maintenance and repairs. Work locations are remote, geographically dispersed, and fully exposed to all extremes of weather. WWO will work directly and indirectly with a small crew of field staff. Successful performance will require both physical and mental exertion and resilience. The WWO will frequently drive long distances, and work with exposed wastewater (sewage). The successful WWO must be able to accomplish these tasks without compromising the delivery of quality, safety, or customer service.
Monitor and maintain packaged wastewater treatment plants, which involves blowers, pumps, chemical feed equipment, reactors, aeration devices, PVC pipelines and valves
Perform routine tests, which include DO, pH, chlorine residuals, SV, ammonia, MLSS, etc.
Finish, keep and report the daily log records
Work closely with system technicians to oversee routine operation and maintenance
Share experience with, and provide trainings to, fellow operators and system technicians
Perform necessary housekeeping to maintain a clean and organized working environment
High School Grad; or GED
Acceptable background check, clear of DWI convictions, for the last 5 years
Pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol test
Valid driverƒ??s license and clean driving record (no more than 3 moving violations in previous 3 years)
Drivers of Commercial Motor Vehicles are required to be 21 years of age or older - DOT regulations
Must possess and maintain a TCEQ Class ƒ??Bƒ? Wastewater Operator Certification or above
Work an 8 to 10-hour/day shift which at times includes weekends/holidays
Work overtime when necessary, with the possibility of providing emergency responses
Ability to use basic hand/power tools for installation and maintenance purposes
Physical ability to sit, stand, walk for long periods, and to lift up to 40 lbs.
High mechanical aptitude, ability to apply trouble-shooting techniques productively
Ability to access computer systems to determine required maintenance activities
General computer/cellphone navigation abilities, navigating on a computer, using a mouse, typing, changing screens, etc.
Knowledge of the oilfield industry--expectations and environment.
Experience with customer service, client communication, and technical environments
Americans with Disabilities/Specifications/Physical Demands:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Ability to lift up to 50 pounds. Reasonable accommodations may be made to individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential function of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.
WaterFleet, LLC is an E-Verify employer, and queries all newly hired employees through the internet-based verification program operated by the Department of Homeland Security and Social Security Administration.