Water Treatment Plant Chief Operator

From CivicInfo BC - February 2, 2018

Water Treatment Plant Chief Operator

A picturesque community of approximately 11,700 residents, the District of Summerland boasts a small town atmosphere, beautiful outdoor environment and a great quality of life. Over the last several years, Summerland has prospered with award winning wines and agro-tourism. Nestled in the heart of the Okanagan Valley on the shores of Okanagan Lake, Summerland enjoys a semi-desert climate with mild, short winters and hot, dry summers. Residents and tourists enjoy easy access to spectacular beaches and parks, scenic biking and hiking trails, beautiful orchards and vineyards and many boutique retail and dining opportunities.

The District of Summerland has an excellent opportunity for a Water Treatment Plant Chief Operator. Under the direction of the Manager of Utilities, the successful candidate will work as part of a supervisory team with the Water Distribution System Chief Operator to share responsibilities for the day-to-day operations of the Water Operations facilities and infrastructure. The Water Treatment Plant Chief Operators primary focus will be on the operation and maintenance of the Water Treatment Plant and residual solids handling but is required to be trained and capable of assisting in the operation and maintenance of the Water Distribution System. This is a working Chief Operator position.

The ideal candidate is an energetic, personable individual with strong supervisory skills and the ability to prioritize and delegate tasks while still being hands on.

Required Training and Experience:

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This is a full-time Union position and currently offers an hourly wage of $30.82 - $34.24 as well as a comprehensive benefits package.

Qualified applicants should submit their cover letter and resume as a single PDF or Microsoft Word to This posting will remain open until the ideal candidate is selected.

We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those short listed for an interview will be contacted.


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