The City of Santa Rosa is looking for qualified, motivated individuals to join the team operating the premier water department in the North San Francisco Bay. Apply online at: ****This recruitment is being conducted to establish an eligible list which will be used to fill one current vacancy and will also be used to fill future Wastewater Operator vacancies that occur during the life of the list. Positions in this class are assigned to work under general supervision in the Laguna Treatment Plant or Water Reuse sections of the Water Department performing the full range of wastewater treatment and/or water reuse operations and preventive maintenance tasks. The current opening is in the Laguna Treatment Plant, a 21.3 MGD facility producing Title 22 disinfected tertiary recycled water. Treatment Plant Operators are responsible for operating computerized control systems, primary clarification, activated sludge with BNR, filtration, ultraviolet disinfection, anaerobic digestion, and co-generation.
Appointments will be made at the Operator I or II classification depending on level of certification and experience. A Grade I certificate is required for appointment to Operator I; a Grade II certification is required for appointment to Operator II.
: This is a 24-hour per day, 7-day per week operation and requires the willingness and ability to work shifts as assigned.
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