Wastewater Treatment Plant Manager

City of Madera
City of Madera

The City of Madera Wastewater Treatment Plant processes over 5 million gallons per day of sewage for the City of Madera. The plant is currently certified to operate at up to 7.1 MGD and is in the process of converting to a 10 MGD facility. The plant is staffed with 1 Manager, 2 Lead Workers, 1 Mechanic, 1 Lab Analyst, and 5 Operators. The City is in the process of adding a Supervisor classification. The Wastewater Treatment Plant Manager is responsible for overall plant management; compliance with State licensing, certification, and discharge requirements; identifying preventative maintenance needs and preparing work plans to address these needs; responding to emergency repair needs; managing the division’s budget; working collaboratively with the City’s Engineering Department on capital projects; and ensuring plant staff receive proper training, certification opportunities, and supervision.
Experience/Education: At least 4 years of supervisory experience in the operation of a wastewater treatment facility and possession of a high school diploma or equivalent .
Licenses: Valid Class C California Drivers License. Possession of a Grade IV or higher as a Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator certification from the California State Water Quality Control Board. A Confined Space Entry Certificate must be obtained within 1 year of hire is not already possessed.