CITY OF HATTIESBURG JOB DESCRIPTION TITLE: Water Treatment Operator/Division Manager Please apply on the city website: www.hattiesburgms.com Please forward any questions to Alan Howe, Water and Sewer Director at 601-408-0586 GENERAL POSITION SUMMARY The Water Treatment Operator work involves responsibility for the effective and efficient operation of water treatment plants and assures the public’s health
The Booneville Gas & Water Department is seeking to fill the position of Utility Water Manager. Utility Water Manager is responsible for developing the budget for the Water/Sewer Department, maintaining cost control of the budget, maintaining all records/reports of water inspections and overseeing water/sewer crews. Minimum of four years’ experience and or training, computer literacy,
By now, most folks have either heard about or found the AVR (Alleged Violation Report) form at www.msdamageprevention.com. Some have asked, “When should I submit an AVR or when should I report someone who is violating the dig law?” To this question there is no right or wrong answer. From the earliest days of working
PART-TIME CLASS II OPERATOR NEEDED FOR LAGOON IN SAUCIER, MS Please send contact information and copy of certification to email@example.com Small lagoon in Saucier, MS, in need of certified operator. Operating support for flow readings and other requirements available, minimal time commitment. Salary negotiable.
The Edward A. May Scholarship Fund is established to recognize the late Mr. May for his long time contributions to the water and wastewater industry in Mississippi. The scholarship is administered by a committee appointed by the Board of Directors of the Mississippi Rural Water Association, Inc. The scholarship committee is responsible for selecting the
Class D/up – Waterworks Operator with Class II Wastewater needed at Glendale Utility District Open Position for Class D or better Waterworks Operator with Class II Wastewater at Glendale Utility District in Hattiesburg, MS. Operator needs to have 3-5 years experience and live within 50 mile radius of the water system. Operator needs to be
Don Thomas was at work a bit earlier than usual. No catastrophes had required an early start to his day. He flipped on the lights, and looked around at the City of Union’s new water facility. He admired the new machinery, pumps, filter media, line feeders and chlorinators. The day was September 29, 2010. Union’s