$22.11 - $30.47/ Hourly
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**MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. is accepting applications for Water Maintenance Technician I (3 Vacancies) in Construction Services. The successful candidates will install, maintain, repair, fabricate and modify pipelines, valves, hydrants, air-vacs, vaults, backflow devices, meter assemblies, fire lines and services of District pipelines and facilities. Provide miscellaneous support to other Operations and Maintenance crews and will be required to participate in the District standby program and scheduled or unscheduled overtime.
Summary of Duties:
Perform appropriate installation, repair, modification or fabrication of various District pipelines and systems per District specifications.
Shutdown water service at repair site and install appropriate shoring as needed.
Restore water service, backfill excavation site and install trench plate according to city and county specifications.
Identify and use transition couplings, full circle repair clamps, pipeline adapters, compression fittings and other water related repair materials. Familiarity with C-900 PVC, A.C.P., ductile iron, steel, copper, brass, polybutylene and plastic pipes. Ability to use gas detectors, pipe locator, jackhammer, compactor, chipping gun, cutoff saw, tapping machine, saw cutter, silver solder, gas torch, coring machine, boring machine, cement mixer, welder, compressor, pipe freezer, generator, pumps, rotary hammer, dump truck, forklift and a variety of other hand and power tools, as well as heavy equipment including backhoe, skip loader, dozer, crane, mini excavator, water truck and Hydro-Excavator.
Routinely required to work in the streets and provide own traffic control, according to District safety standards.
Perform pre-trip safety inspection on vehicles and equipment to be used daily. Ensure parts and materials are available and stocked on the crew truck.
Maintain and stock crew truck.
Identify utility markings at job site to determine location for excavation.
Assume role of District representative to communicate with customers affected by scheduled work.
Ensure job site is left safe and clean.
Comply with District dechlorination procedures.
Provide miscellaneous support to other Operations and Maintenance crews.
Routinely required to work in permit and non-permit required confined space and rescue operations environment.
Read and interpret blueprints, maps, atlases, District Specification Book and SDS.
Safely handle and transport hazardous materials including: chlorine, sodium thiosulfate, ammonia, bitumastic, acetylene, asbestos and fuels.
Comply with District safety work-related practices and attend relevant safety training.
High school graduation or equivalent
At least one year of experience in water related construction, installation or repair. Familiarity with hand and power tools.
License / Certifications Required:
Valid Class 'A' California Driver's License required. HazMat and Tanker Endorsement may be required on some crews.
State Water Resources Control Board Grade 1 Water Distribution Certification.
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