Perform preventive sewer maintenance by the use of various electrical, hydraulic, mechanical, and hand-operated cleaning devices; operate heavy and special equipment and hydrojet sewer cleaners.
Prepare the work site; transport the required tools to the work site; return tools and equipment to their proper place; learn and assist in maintaining tools, equipment, materials and worksite in proper and safe condition in accordance with work group practice and policies.
Follow proper safety precautions, rules, regulations, and practices; participate in the SAM safety programs.
Maintain written records, such as confined space entry permits, USA forms, pre-trip inspection forms, and learn to complete service requests and daily work forms.
Perform data entry and retrieval, such as electronic mail /calendar, time keeping, Underground Service Alert (USA) marking information; enter computer work orders into software system; access data in GIS.
Read and interpret maps of the wastewater collection system.
Perform emergency work on the wastewater collection system.
Operate a motor vehicle and common hand and power tools in the performance of the work.
Operates, maintains and performs preventive maintenance on equipment and tools such as trucks, power tools, hydraulic jet cleaner, compressor, sewer line camera inspection unit, and related equipment and tools.
Removes blockages and obstructions from sewers, repairs and replaces structures such as manholes and rodding inlets.
Install and inspect wastewater flow meters.
Operate electronic metal detection equipment and hazardous gas detectors.
Performs any other assigned duties that are appropriate for the scope and level of responsibility in this series.
Knowledge of the following is required to perform the essential duties of the classification.
The operation and use of standard tools, equipment, and materials used in repair, installation, and construction.
Basic math and computer skills.
Safety precautions pertaining to working in and around machinery, traffic, and electrical systems.
Ability to do the following is required to perform the essential duties of the classification.
Wear S.C.B.A. and perform confined space entry and emergency response duties in protective clothing and equipment including S.C.B.A. weighing 32 pounds.
Work on-call as assigned which may include evenings, weekends and holidays
Make verbal and written reports of work performed.
Operate tools and equipment related to the maintenance, repair, installation, construction, and inspection of the wastewater collection system.
Drive and ride in vehicles for long periods of time.
Understand and follow oral and written instructions in English.
Maintain written and computerized records.
Learn and apply the procedures and safety practices related to the work.
Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with other staff.
Learn to exercise independent judgment.
Communicate verbally about the work with other crew members and staff.
Perform heavy manual labor.
Read block book sewer maps and GIS.
Work effectively in a team-based organization focused on continuous improvement.
Establish and maintain a positive customer service attitude and effective working relationships with internal and external customers.
Ask for input and offer help without being asked; accept suggestions; work with others to solve problems; and provide recognition and encouragement.
Additional Salary Information: Placement on the wage schedule depends upon experience and qualifications.
About Sewer Authority Mid-Coastside
The Sewer Authority Mid-Coastside is a public agency providing sewer treatment to the communities of the City of Half Moon Bay, Granada Community Services District, and the Montara Water & Sanitary District.