Job Opportunity: Water, Sewer and Gas Superintendent - City of Holly Springs

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Job Opportunity: Water, Sewer and Gas Superintendent - City of Holly Springs

Job Opportunity: Water, Sewer and Gas Superintendent - City of Holly Springs

Posted:
June 16, 2020
Description:

The City of Holly Springs Utility Department is accepting applications to fill the position of Water, Sewer and Gas Superintendent.

 

 1. Job Summary

Responsible for planning, coordination, supervision, inspection, maintenance, and construction of water and gas distribution and sewage collection and treatment systems. Supervises support services including, meter reading, facility location, right of way maintenance, warehouse operation, and vehicle maintenance. Supervises staff with responsibility for employment-related decisions or recommendations that include hiring, training, evaluating performance, and disciplining.

 

 2. Duties and Responsibilities

Essential duties and responsibilities include those listed below and may be supplemented, as necessary. Reasonable accommodations may be made in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Other duties may be assigned, as indicated below.

  1. Oversees planning, coordination, supervision, inspection, maintenance, and construction of water, sewer and gas
  2. Supervises support services including, meter reading, facility location, right of way maintenance, warehouse operation, and vehicle maintenance.
  3. Designs and/or determines system requirements of water, sewer and gas
  4. Ensures compliance with HSUD, local, state, and federal standards, requirements, and procedures.
  5. Conducts regularly scheduled safety meetings and job site inspections to ensure that crews work in a safe and efficient manner in compliance with safety rules, regulations and
  6. Determines work schedules and personnel requirements to meet operational needs, including planned and emergency
  7. Oversees vehicle preventive maintenance
  8. Responds to questions and concerns regarding service requirements, billing, right of way maintenance, and quality of service
  9. Institutes appropriate processes, procedures, and other measures to ensure meter reading
  10. Confers with contractors and engineers concerning plans, specifications, and quality of work
  11. Coordinates and/or oversees training for staff, including apprenticeship program(s).
  12. Recommends, advertises, and evaluates bid proposals related to utility purchases, contracts, projects, and related
  13. Recommends purchases, including materials, supplies, and equipment for water, sewer and gas and support services.
  14. Develops, recommends, and monitors budget for Water, Sewer, Gas and support services,
  15. Supervises staff with responsibility for employment-related decisions or recommendations that include hiring, training, evaluating performance, and disciplining,
  16. Stays abreast of changes in design and construction of Water, Sewer and Gas systems.
  17. Responds to emergencies on a 24/7 basis, as required
  18. Perform other duties as assigned.

 

 3. Qualifications

High School Diploma or General Educational Development (GED) plus ten (10) years experience in water, sewer and gas utility operations; or Bachelor's Degree in a related field and five (5) years related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience, Leadership experience overseeing employees and/or projects. Knowledge of construction materials, practices and techniques. Ability to read and interpret construction plans and specifications. Basic computer skills. Knowledge of safety requirements, procedures, and practices, Commitment to safety in all aspects of the job. Effective communication (oral and written), interpersonal skills, conflict resolution, analytic, administrative, and public relations skills. Knowledge and use of construction tools and equipment related to construction and maintenance of water, sewer and gas distribution systems, Knowledge of applicable local, state, and federal laws and regulations. Ability to understand and apply city and county codes, ordinances, and regulations governing construction projects, Ability to plan and carry out multiple assignments. Project coordination experience. Ability to hire, train, and supervise staff. Valid Mississippi driver's license.

 

4.Work Environment

The following are representative of the environmental conditions in which an employee works while performing the essential functions of this job.

The work is performed inside under normal office conditions and outside under varying conditions, including time spent at construction sites. Talking and hearing are necessary in communicating with others. Mobility to and from various work areas and external facilities is required. Physical activities include sitting, walking on varying terrains, bending, crouching, kneeling, reaching, standing, pushing, pulling, stooping, and moderate lifting.

The noise level is normal for an office work environment and varies when working outside or at external facilities. Effective vision (near and far) and the ability to distinguish colors are required. Physical stamina is required.

 

THE CITY OF HOLLY SPRINGS UTILITY DEPARTMENT IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

 

Contact:

Employment applications may be printed from www.hollyspringsmsus.com and submitted via fax 662)252-1330 or mail to:

 

City of Holly Springs Human Resources Department

Attn: Yolanda Carter, Human Resources Director

1180 Highway 311 North

Holly Springs, MS 38635