The Stamford Water Pollution Control Authority is seeking qualified interested candidates for the position of Assistant Plant Supervisor.
POSITION SUMMARY: Under the general direction of the Water Pollution Control Bureau Chief or designee, is responsible for implementing process control policies, procedures and directives as established by the Bureau Chief or designee; supervises plant operating staff and performs wastewater treatment process control duties to ensure proper operation, performs related duties as required.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: Graduation from an accredited high school and five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in the operation of a waste water treatment plant, of which three (3) of those years must be as Chief Operator or Shift Foreman of a Class IV WWTF OR equivalent education, experience and training.
SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: At the time of application, possession of a Connecticut DEEP Class IV Wastewater Operator's certificate OR a Connecticut DEEP Class III Wastewater Operator 's certificate AND a letter signed by an official of the State DEEP verifying eligibility to obtain the Class IV certification within one year of appointment.
NOTE: Applicants with wastewater operator certification from outside Connecticut must submit, at the time of application, a letter signed by an official of the State of Connecticut DEEP verifying that such certification is equivalent to the Connecticut Class III or IV certificate AND that such applicant is eligible to obtain a Connecticut DEEP Class IV certificate within one year of appointment. Within one (1) year of appointment, in order to retain employment, must obtain Connecticut DEEP Class IV certification. Possess a valid Connecticut Commercial Driver's License.
Internal Number: NO. 21-15
About City of Stamford WPCA
Located in Stamford, Connecticut, The Stamford Water Pollution Control Facility processes wastewater from the City of Stamford and the neighboring Town of Darien, and discharges clean water into the East Branch of Stamford Harbor. There has been wastewater treatment at this site since 1900. The first plant was built in 1943, followed by an upgrade in 1976, and the latest upgrade in 2006. The Facility is manned twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. The Stamford WPCA proudly supports the communities it serves and offers educational activities on wastewater treatment, stormwater, and FOG .