Rowland Water District
or the Water Systems Supervisor, the primary
repairing potable and
maintaining water quality
– Duties may include but
Maintain, repair, or facilitate repairs to water system facilities, pumps, motors, reservoirs, meters, telemetering equipment, control valves and water mains.
Collect and analyze water quality data and prepare mandatory
the District's water distribution system through the use of computer-based telemetry control, monitoring and alarm system, taking corrective measures to ensure its continued efficient operation and maintenance of water quality standards. Plan, implement, perform, and monitor routine and non-routine mechanical work activities within the distribution system.
maintain and monitor RCS systems, wells, pump stations, inter-connections, telemetry systems, and reservoirs.
Typical Physical Activities
activities may include but
not limited to:
up to 50
Perform strenuous tasks while wearing either a respirator or self-contained breathing
Perform procedural tasks in environments which may involve exposure to chemicals typically used in water distribution.
Entry into various degrees of permitted confined spaces and climbing ladders to heights up to 50 feet.
Possession of a valid California driver’s license (Class C) issued by the California Department of Motor Vehicles with satisfactory evidence of a good driving record. This position’s driving record must be free of multiple or serious traffic violations which would adversely affect the District’s automobile liability insurance rates.
Certification as a State of California, Division of Drinking Water, Grade D2, Water Distribution Operator.
Certification as a State of California, Division of Drinking Water, Grade T1, Water Treatment Operator.
Certification as an AWWA CA/NV Section Backflow Prevention Assembly - General Tester within 18 months of appointment.
Satisfactory results received from a physical examination, including pulmonary function test and drug screening. The District will also conduct a comprehensive pre-employment background investigation.
Required to be on standby duty status for a continuous period of seven (7) days at scheduled intervals throughout the year. Standby duty status requires regular verification of potable and recycled water system conditions and the immediate response to emergency alarms or callouts.
In order to respond to emergencies in a reasonable time period, this position requires that the employee must be capable of responding and reporting to the District service area boundaries within thirty (30) minutes, given moderate traffic conditions, to any call to service. Travel time from employee’s residence shall be estimated by Google Maps or some equivalent software and approved by employee’s supervisor.
for a complete job description and employment application. Completed application and resume (desirable) should be sent to:
Rowland Water District
Human Resources Department
3021 Fullerton Road
Rowland Heights, CA 91748
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