City of Howard Lake
A non-union position under general direction of the Public Services Director, the Water/Wastewater Manager plans, coordinates, directs, and monitors the operations of the Water Utility and Wastewater Utility. The Water Utilities Manager assumes responsibility for in-service training of personnel, customer service, setting quality standards for work to be performed, monitoring safety conditions, and inspecting and reviewing the work of assigned personnel.
High school diploma or equivalent and satisfactory completion of a technical school program for water and/or wastewater operators and eight years of responsible experience in the operation of a Class A, B, or C systems facility or a similar sized industrial facility or 64 semester credits in college courses related to chemical, civil, environmental, mechanical, or sanitary engineering or in business or public administration, and six years of responsible experience as a licensed water or wastewater operator.
Possession of a State of Minnesota Class B Water Supply System Operator Certificate or ability to obtain within six months of the date of employment with the City; and possession of State of Minnesota Type IV Waste Facility Operator Certificate or ability to obtain within six months of the date of employment.
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