Supervising, performing and training personnel for sampling, testing, record keeping and reporting of physical, chemical and bacteriological water quality condition of the Concord River, water treatment plant, distribution system, and water treatment residuals (sludge).
Complying with all LCO (micro) directives to meet certification requirements for method SM 9223 chromogenic substrate analysis for the simultaneous analysis of total and E. Coli bacteria in potable water.
Ensuring all required water quality testing is conducted according to EPA, MADEP, MADPH, LCO (micro) compliance schedules and methods.
Updating quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) and standard operating procedures (SOP’s) in accordance with standard methods and good laboratory practices (GLP), as required; maintaining and keeping laboratory and equipment up to date with latest available testing technology.
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college in a related field with at least 12 credit hours in chemistry related courses, and at least three credit hours in microbiology related courses. Bachelor’s degree in chemistry or biology/microbiology preferred.
Must have Grade T-4 certification by DEP Board of Drinking Water Operations, Grade D-3 certification by DEP Board of Drinking Water Operators, and a Grade T-1 certification by DEP Wastewater Operators.
Core pesticide applicators license certification by Mass. Department of Agricultural Resources.
Must have a valid driver’s license.
Must have three years’ experience with EPA, MADEP, MADPH, and NPDES laws and regulations as applicable to the water and wastewater professions.
Must have three years’ experience in an environmental testing laboratory environment and operating a water treatment plant
Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Excel, Word and Outlook. Familiarity with Microsoft ACCESS is a plus.
Proficiency with WTP SCADA for the collection and preparations of water treatment plant operational compliance reports.
One year experience with WTP SCADA data reporting software program.
Membership in trade organization such as AWWA or MWWA to keep current with the changing regulatory environment.
$38.67 per hour.