This spring the Advisory Commission will be accepting applications for DWGWTF funding for both infrastructure and land conservation projects. NHDES will be accepting applications for DWSRF funding for infrastructure projects. The purpose of this workshop is to explain the new DWGWTF funding program, eligible applicants, eligible projects, explain the process for applying to both programs and answer any questions.Click here for more information.
as of 2/7/18 Job Description: Secondwind is seeking experienced plumbers and/or a plumbing apprentice. Water Treatment experience a plus.
Installation, service, and support of residential and non-residential water treatment systems. Prepare and travel to customer sites as a regular part of the work. Be part of a team when installing larger scale systems.
Work a forty hour week with overtime as needed. 45 hour week is common.
Be prepared to attend training as needed with expenses paid by employer. Job Requirements:
This is a technical hands on position that requires skill with power and hand tools and related equipment with the ability to troubleshoot and diagnose using knowledge of water systems, various controls, water chemistry. Being a team player is important as the installations and projects often require several personnel on site. Customer relations skills are critical. Education Requirements:
Minimum requirement is a high school diploma. Technical training and/or experience in plumbing/pumps, hydraulics, controls, water treatment, and sampling would be helpful but not necessary. Related training/experience in construction practices, electrical, electronics would be beneficial.
The more you know about this industry and the more you can apply your knowledge, the more valuable you are to us.
We provide extensive training and development. Some training may require overnight stays.
Valid NH Driver’s license required. Please Contact
Ernie Gauvin - CPIM| Operations Manager
Secondwind Water Systems, Inc.
735 East Industrial Park Drive
Manchester, NH 03109
Water & Sewer Superintendent in Newport NH
as of 2/7/2018 Job Description: The Town of Newport, New Hampshire Public Works Department is currently accepting applications for a full-time Water & Sewer Superintendent. The Town provides water and sewer collection to approximately 1,600 residences and industrial/commercial facilities. This position encompasses all aspects of administration of the Town’s water and sewer system. The Supervisor shall be the water system Primary Operator and is responsible for operation, maintenance and proper function of the Town’s water supply, water distribution system and sewer collection system. Minimum qualifications: The Water and Sewer Superintendent must live within a 30-minute commute of downtown Newport. Knowledge and level of competency associated with a post-secondary education. Five years’ experience in water and sewer system construction and maintenance, including three years’ supervisory experience and two years’ experience with heavy equipment operation and computer software use, or any equivalent combination of education and experience that demonstrates possession of the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Possession of New Hampshire Water Distribution and Treatment certifications (Grade II) and Confined Space certification. Possession of or ability to readily obtain a valid driver’s license issued by the State of New Hampshire for the type of vehicle or equipment operated (CDL-B). Possession of Collection Systems Operator Grade II certification is a plus. To Apply: Applications are available on the Town website at www.newportnh.net or may be obtained at the Public Works Garage, Route 10 South, 449 South Main Street, Newport, NH. The Town of Newport is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
Sampling Agent at Gilford Well
as of 4/18/18 Job Description:Gilford Well Company is seeking an experienced sampling agent. Ideal candidate will have experience with following proper sampling procedures, possess a valid NH driving license with a clean driving record, have a professional appearance and good customer relations skills. Minimum Requirements:Minimum of Operator 1A certification is preferred, but we are willing to train the right candidate. Experience in plumbing or water treatment is a plus. To Apply:Apply in person at our location, 1440 Lake Shore Road in Gilford, NH.
Waste Water Treatment Plant Operator, in Waterville NH
as of 4/19/18 Job Description: The Town of Waterville Valley, NH is accepting applications for a motivated Treatment Plant Operator for our Advanced Wastewater Treatment Facility. Duties will include laboratory, technical, and administrative work relating to the operation, maintenance, and repair of the facility. The facility in Waterville Valley is made up of lagoons followed by tertiary treatment, sand and carbon filters and is capable of processing 550,000 gallons per day. We are located in the heart of the White Mountains and provide for the resort community. Minimum Requirements: This position requires a high school diploma or equivalent with 2-4 years post high school education in an environmental science field or 5+ years combined experience and education; NHDES Certification as a Grade III or Grade III-OIT Wastewater Operator or the ability to obtain the required certification within 1 year of hire. All Certifications must be maintained as a condition of employment. Must be 18 years of age and possess a valid NH Drivers License. EOE
Salary $18.17-$22.72 per hour DOQ
For a full job description email request to email@example.com Application:https://www.watervillevalley.org/sites/watervillevalleynh/files/file/file/employment-application-wvnh.pdf To apply: send application, resume and letter of interest to Mark Decoteau, Town Manager firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to: PO Box 500, Waterville Valley, NH 03215
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