NANA Development Corporation
About NMS Built on a culture of safety and integrity, NMSdelivers award-winning, integrated support services to a variety of clients in food service, facilities management, camp services,security and hotel management in Alaska and the continental U.S. We are proudto serve not only our original oilfield clients, but also clients from federal,state and local governments, corporate facilities, healthcare institutions,schools and universities, manufacturing centers, and the transportation andtelecommunications industry. Our clients have peace of mind knowing weare committed to delivering best-in-class service, and we bring creativity,technology and experience to every project. Our mission is to providemanagement and support services at a level of quality, value, safety andexpertise beyond our clients' expectations. At NMS, we expect our employees tofulfill that mission in every aspect of their work. Summary This Remote Water/WastewaterTreatment Operator is responsible for maintaining and repairing equipment,building structures and facilities. This position is responsible for thesafe and efficient daily operation of the potable water and the wastewatersystems. Potable water production,treatment, and distribution, as well as wastewater collection and treatmentmust be maintained in compliance with applicable federal and state laws andregulations. All duties are to beperformed in accordance with NMS' mission, vision, and values. Essential Duties and ResponsibilitiesMust have a working knowledge of Federal and State laws/rules/regulations pertaining to drinking water and wastewater.Responsible for maintaining and submitting water and wastewater compliance records.Perform laboratory testing and laboratory test analysis to facilitate process control changes to assure compliance with standards, regulations and permit limits.Stops unsafe work and performs thorough risk assessment before every job.Report and correct unsafe conditions or hazards.Inventory materials and maintain at specified levels and reorder as necessary.Off-load bulk chemicals used for plant operations.Performs emergency response to fire suppression water needs.Assist in the development/review of all plant operation documentation (procedures, system descriptions, operating limits).Maintain proficiency as a qualified plant operator and maintain ADEC certification.Knowledgeable and experienced in operations of water and waste water test equipmentPerform a wide variety of preventive maintenance as required within the standard operating procedures of the maintenance service guidelines.Performing some facility and camp maintenance as outlined by the client and contract. Secure and isolate equipment under LOTO for operations and maintenance purposes.Perform routine, independent tasks such as repairing water lines and leaks and secondary, minor repairs.Attends daily safety tool box meetingsand is required to do job safety evaluations for each job. Notify supervisor is safetyand sanitation standards are not being met.Other duties that are pertinent to the department or unit'ssuccess also may be assigned. This position has no supervisory responsibilities.QualificationsMinimum RequirementsHigh School diploma or GED equivalentVocational training and/or previous maintenance experience in a similar positionState of Alaska wastewater certification I or higher.State of Alaska water treatment certification I or higher.Commitment to develop skills to advance in certification levels.Must have experience working in facility maintenance and safely operating hand and power tools. Must have basic computerskills to include but not limited to Microsoft Office and contract specificsoftware.Must be able to safelyoperate various hand and power tools. A valid driver's license andan acceptable driving record for the past three (3) years to be eligible underNMS' vehicle insurance policy.Must pass all pre-employment contract requirements which may include but are not limited to: hair follicle drug test, physical and fit for duty assessment and hearing test. Applicants not located near a testing facility are responsible for paying for travel to the nearest testing facility.Must be able to cooperate and work as part of a team with fellow employees, customers and clients. Must be able to make decisions in the moment with little to no supervision.Must be able to be on your feet for 12 hours per shift for the scheduled rotation.Must be able to live in dormitory style settings and meet cleanliness requirements of the remote camp. Contract requires employees to speak, understand, read and write English.Must meet and adhere to all safety guidelines and regulations set forth by the company and client. Working Conditions and Physical Requirements Weather:Indoor/Outdoor. Frequently exposed toarctic conditions. Noiselevel: Moderate to LoudDescriptionof environment: This is a remote camp setting. Employees must constantlybe able to stand, walk, climb, push, pull use hands and arms, stoop, kneel andcrouch. Employees are occasionallyexposed to fumes or airborne particles and may be exposed to toxic or causticchemicals. Travel: Must be able to travel by plane and/or bus toremote camps. Physicalrequirements: Fit For Duty Test Lift: Lift 50 lbs. fromfloor to knuckle x 2Lift: Lift 50 lbs. fromfloor to waist x 2Lift: Lift 50 lbs. fromfloor to shoulder x 2Carry: Carry 25 lbs. withone hands for a minimum distance of 100 feet.Push and Pull tests: Pushand pull horizontally with a peak force of 90 f-lbs. with two hands.Stoop & Twist: Performalternate cross over toe touches x 5 each side, self-paced but continuous.Kneel: Kneel on one kneeand stand. Return to kneel on opposite knee. Repeat alternate kneeling sequence x 5 for each knee, self-paced butcontinuous.Squat Test: Functionallysquat x 5, self-paced but continuous.Stairs: Climb up and down19 steps x 2 for a total of 38 steps using one hand to grasp a railing forsafety, self-paced but continuous.Stairs & Carry: Climbup and down 19 steps x 1 while carrying 50 lbs. in one hand and using the otherhand to grasp a railing for safety, self-paced.Slanted Ladder: Climb aslanted ladder with 9 rungs x 2 repetitions for a total of 18 rungs, self-pacedbut continuous.Shoveling: Perform a shoveltest for three (3) minutes self-paced but continuous (i.e., no breaks) using astandard snow shovel with a 3 lb. weight attached to the shovel blade.All tests must be performed within a safe target heart ratedetermined by the contract requirements. Competencies NMSCore ValuesSafetyguides our behavior.Honestyand integrity govern our activities.Commitmentsmade will be fulfilled.Allindividuals are treated with dignity and respect.Theenvironment will be protected and sustained. Required LanguageEqualOpportunity Employer/Shareholder Preference NMSis an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants willreceive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion,sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability,protected status or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. NANA grants employment preference to shareholders ofNANA and their spouses and descendants to the extent allowed by law. Itis NMS policy to conduct background checks, drug testing and a physicalassessment, as applicable, once an offer has been accepted, in accordance withcompany and/or contract requirements. 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NANA Development Corporation
Website : http://nana-dev.com
Founded in 1974, NANA Development Corporation is the business arm of NANA Regional Corporation, Inc. All of NANA's business operations are owned by NANA Development Corporation. Like the traditional Iñupiat Hunter, NANA Development Corporation seeks ways to use our land and 10,000 years of doing business to provide service to the benefit of our clients, our shareholders, and the communities in which we live.