The City of Whitewater Wastewater Treatment Facility is located on northern edge of the City and has recently undergone an extensive upgrade which includes replacement of our secondary treatment process and electrical systems. With this upgrade the utility is planning for decades of high quality water treatment and service to local and regional residents and businesses. The City of Whitewater Wastewater Utility is seeking an energetic, perceptive, and eager team orientated person to join our staff. Pride in workmanship and a desire for continual education and training are vital to utility success. The essential function of this position will include performing preventative and corrective work order tasks associated with the treatment facility and collection system. The preferred person would bring with them the ability to prioritize tasks and responsibilities using sound judgment and thought processes in an efficient manner.
Candidates must have strong computer knowledge and skills. They should be comfortable working with Microsoft Office suite programs. We are seeking those that have an associate’s degree or greater or have record of further supplementary training. Experience in lieu of education will be considered. Preferred candidates will have experience and or exposure to wastewater utility systems and terminology. A valid WI CDL license is necessary within 6 months along with the ability to periodically lift and carry 50 lbs. A physical and alcohol/drugs screens are conditions of employment. For a complete job description please visit https://agency.governmentjobs.com/whitewaterwi/default.cfm
Staff is required to work on a rotating “on call” schedule which includes weekends and holiday hours. Typical weekend duties total approximately 2.5 hrs. /day worked as straight time.
Salary – The starting salary is $18.37 and runs to a maximum of $21.84.
Please contact Judy Atkinson, HR Coordinator, with any questions: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Office: 262.473.0150
The City of Whitewater is an Equal Employment Opportunity. In compliance with the American with Disabilities Act, the City will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.