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Full time
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Water Treatment Plant Operator
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City of Bowling Green | Toledo, OH
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Job Description

WATER TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR WITH AN OEPA CLASS III TREATMENT CERTIFICATION (CLASS III CERTIFICATION REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION) WATER SUPPLY DIVISION PAY GRADE 6 - BGEO CONTRACT (Pay Grade: $21.42 TO $27.35 Per Hour) This position is responsible for the safe, efficient, and compliant operation and maintenance of the City’s Water Treatment Plant. Performs laboratory analyses; oversees plant operations; collects and tests water samples; inspects plant and equipment, and makes adjustments; ensures proper levels of clear-well and water towers; records chemical feed amounts, meter readings, plant flow; maintains records; cleans and paints; trains employees; performs preventive maintenance -- both electrical and mechanical; handles hazardous and toxic chemicals; operates lime application equipment; conducts tours; performs other related duties as assigned. High school diploma or equivalent; valid Ohio Class III Water Treatment Certification required at time of application; Chemical Analysis Certification required; three to five years of relevant experience required. A copy of the job description will be provided to applicants. Interested persons must complete an application that is available in the Personnel Department, 304 North Church Street, Bowling Green, OH 43402. The City’s employment application is located on-line at http://www.bgohio.org/departments/personnel- department/employment-opportunities. Resumés may be included, but will not substitute for a completed application. Telephone: (419)354-6200 e-mail: BGPersonnel@bgohio.org Office hours: M – F 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Deadline for making application is 4:30 p.m. September 5, 2017. AA/EEO
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The City of Bowling Green is committed to strengthening our vibrant community by focusing on quality of life, service delivery, fiscal responsibility, public safety, neighborhood revitalization, visionary leadership, and economic development." Commission meetings are held on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Commission Chamber, 1001 College Street. Meetings are telecast live on the Insight cable Government Access Channel 4. Repeat broadcasts are telecast on the following day at on City Government Cable Access Channel 4.