Plan, schedule, coordinate work assignments; track and report maintenance program activities; share responsibility with and reports to Maintenance Mgr; liaison between operations & maintenance; facilitates effective and efficient execution of work; coordinate information, staff, materials, equipment and all necessary resources to complete work; establish & supervise inventory controls; develop & implement PM schedules & SOPs; CMMS reporting.
Supervisory responsibility over the Inventory/Records Specialist to ensure that parts, supplies, lubricants, services and other resources are available, accounted for and replenished, as needed.
Have a certification of completion from an approved secondary education institution with a technology, electrical or mechanical major or emphasis. Such formal education may be from a technical college, a university or other educational facility. Individuals with documented work experience, licenses, apprenticeships, or other evidence of abilities may be allowed to substitute relevant work experience for formal education; however, preference shall be given to applicants with formal education. Experience with CMMS and Maintenance Programs shall be favorably considered, when documented.
Associate Degree (A.A.) or equivalent college or technical school; or 3-5 years of equivalent combination of education and experience.
Experience planning, scheduling, defining, maintaining and repairing of wastewater treatment facilities or comparable mechanical/electrical/processing systems.
Work experience may be substituted for formal education.
Position is Mon-Fri. Full-time. Non-union. Non-exempt.
Additional Salary Information: Starting salary DOQ; eligible for salary increase after completion of 6-mo intro period
About Little Blue Valley Sewer District
The Little Blue Valley Sewer District is a quasi-public agency, created in 1968, to protect public health, and to preserve the water quality of the Little Blue and Missouri Rivers, through effective conveyance and treatment of wastewater. Our mission is to provide excellent wastewater services, which protect the public health and improve the environment of our region. In serving ten communities, two private entities, and two counties in the Little Blue River and Middle Big Creek watersheds, the District strives to be a strong partner in regional planning and resource sharing, anticipating and responding to both environmental and economic needs. The system serves a population of 364,000 people through its 14 customers.
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