Number of Vacancies: 1
|Open Date||9/4/2020 5:00:00 PM|
|Filing Deadline||9/25/2020 11:59:00 PM|
|Salary||$34.20 - $51.26/hour; $5,928.00 - $8,885.07/month; $71,136.00 - $106,620.80/year|
|Type of Recruitment||Open|
Plans, assigns, supervises, and reviews the work of assigned personnel; recommends employment, promotions within the matrix, and other personnel actions; administers discipline as required; responds to grievances; completes performance evaluations; approves leave and training requests.
Monitors and evaluates work processes for improved team efficiency; schedules resources for team members growth; maintains continuous 30-day forecast of resources and projects; evaluates performance measures; evaluates work practices.
Evaluates on the following: how often personnel conflicts are taken to leadership; number of times team meets performance measures; number of skill blocks obtained per team member; number of violations of permit as a direct result of their shift.
Attends weekly team meetings with agenda forwarded to leadership - pump stations and plant; attends round table evaluations among team leaders.
Develops effective team members; trains employees in different areas of plant operation; reinforces and supports the use of business skills, technical skills, and team skills; deals with personnel issues; communicates needs and expectations.
Co-develops, reviews, and implements plans and goals; coordinates the work with other teams, support groups, and leadership.
Ensures the overall performance of the treatment plant and pump stations; makes critical decisions; monitors processes of the plant; monitors all processes of the plant and pump stations to ensure that all regulations are met; provides safety monitoring of operational areas.
Participates in regulatory reporting as well as record keeping of training, log books, preventative maintenance, etc.
Performs as a working member of the team.
Performs related work as required.
Advanced knowledge of: plant processes; regulatory requirements.
Intermediate knowledge of: SCADA; scheduling; team dynamics; supervisory techniques.
Desirable knowledge of: budgeting; performance management.
Intermediate ability to: motivate; plan work; supervise.
Basic ability to: organize.
Advanced skill in: problem solving; decision making; communication.
Intermediate skill in: providing feedback; computers; coaching; peer assessment; facilitation; conflict resolution.
Essentials: MSW Level 2; Operations Track Level 4.
Accountabilities: how often personnel conflicts are taken to leadership; number of times performance measures are met; number of skill blocks attained per team member; team meetings with agenda forwarded to leadership; maintain continuous 30-day forecast of resources and projects; quarterly round table evaluations among team leaders; violations of permit as a direct result of their shift.
Possession of a valid drivers license may be required.