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Post date: Tuesday, January 18, 2022 - 3:35pm
Company Name: Livingston County Water & Sewer Authority
Contact Name: Jason Molino
Contact Phone: 585-346-3523
Contact Email:
Contact Fax:

The Livingston County Water and Sewer Authority is looking for a motivated and focused individual to join our team as the Deputy Executive Director.

Why Join our Team?

Do you like to make a positive impact on lives of others? Looking for work you can genuinely be proud of? Then maybe you will be our next team member.

The Livingston County Water and Sewer Authority (LCWSA) provides water and sewer services to over 7,000 households and businesses in the community.

LCWSA is growing, and we are looking for a focused, innovative team member to support our mission of providing excellent water and sewer services throughout Livingston County.

The Deputy Executive Director position was recently created to assist the Executive Director, Board of Directors and staff with LCWSA’s new opportunities for growth in both water and sewer services. The work environment is team-based, motivational and fast-paced. The Authority is committed to high performance standards, utilizing best practices relative to performance management and team-oriented approaches.  Our mission is to provide high-quality, environmentally-sound, efficient, reliable, and affordable water and sewer services to the people who live, work, and visit Livingston County.

About Livingston County Water & Sewer Authority

The Livingston County Water and Sewer Authority is a public benefit corporation established in 1995 by an act of the State Legislature. The Authority currently serves over 7,000 water and sewer customers in the Village of Livonia and portions of the Towns of Avon, Caledonia, Conesus, Geneseo, Groveland, Leicester, Livonia, Mount Morris, and Sparta. We currently operate and maintain two wastewater treatment plants, approximately 50 miles of sanitary sewer pipe, 12 water towers and approximately 75 miles of water pipe.

The Lakeville Wastewater Treatment Plant is permitted for 1.27 million gallons per day (MGD) that serves portions of Conesus Lake, Lakeville, Livonia and Hemlock. We are currently in the process of completing a $9.8 million capital improvement project that will address the need to reduce phosphorus levels, improve disinfection process and upgrade and improve the overall efficiency of the plant. The Groveland Station Wastewater Treatment Plant is permitted for .65 MGD and serves portions of the Town of Groveland and West Sparta.

The Authority is also responsible for the operation and maintenance of the flood gates in Conesus Creek at the outlet of Conesus Lake. This is accomplished through an agreement between the Authority and the Conesus Lake Compact (Towns of Conesus, Geneseo, Groveland, and Livonia).

The Authority is currently staffed by 13 full-time employees, and the 2022 approved budget is $3.6 million.

What You’ll Do

This is an important leadership position responsible for assisting the Executive Director in the implementation of the mission of the Livingston County Water and Sewer Authority. The incumbent in this position will be responsible for a variety of functions that may range from managing specific projects to supervising staff. Considerable latitude is given for the exercise of independent judgment.

The successful candidate will be responsible for several initiatives upon starting including: assisting in establishing, launching and overseeing an in-house water meter replacement program, including hiring additional staff; developing and implementing an I&I (Infiltration and Inflow) program; assisting in monitoring an $8 million system-wide water improvement project; and participating in a system-wide water and sewer rate study. Plus, much more!

Examples of Important and Essential Duties – Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:

•Undertakes research and analysis of proposed policies and procedures, contracts/agreements, etc., under consideration by the Authority and prepares recommendations.

•Assists the Executive Director in the development and implementation of the Authority’s water and sewer use rules and regulations, and other operational and administrative programs.

•As needed and in concert with applicable laws (Public Authorities Law, General Municipal Law, etc.), works in conjunction with and coordinates the activities of the various organizational divisions/departments.

•Assists the Executive Director in developing and implement various plans (Capital Plan, Master Plan, Strategic Plan, etc.) of the Authority Board of Directors.

•Assists with capital project planning activities, including coordinating, and overseeing grant financial assistance applications, environmental reviews and regulatory permitting and approval.

•Manages a variety of special projects as directed by the Executive Director.

•Assumes major administrative functions as determined and directed by the Executive Director.

•Assists in the preparation of the Operating and Capital Budgets of the Authority.

•Evaluates the Authority’s fiscal position in relation to the budget during the course of the year.

•May be required to directly supervise an organizational division/department.

•May assist in labor relation activities including collective bargaining.

•May evaluate bidders for services, supplies and equipment, negotiate contract terms and oversee contractual compliance, including directing the work of consultants (legal, financial, technical) retained by the Authority.

•Assists the Executive Director with staff recruitment and hiring.

•May assist with staff performance evaluation, training, and corrective action.

•Acts in place of the Executive Director in their absence.

•Reports to the Authority Board of Directors upon direction by the Executive Director.

Who You Are

The ideal candidate will have thorough knowledge and understanding of the practices and procedures of water and sewer services, and good knowledge of engineering practice and design, and regulatory environment regarding the operation of a water supply systems and/or wastewater collection and treatment systems.

Candidate should also possess excellent written communication skills, including analytical report writing; excellent written and verbal communication skills to work effectively with the public, staff, Board members, and multi-agency/multi-jurisdictional representatives; ability to understand and communicate the difference between technical and policy issues, and to define the implications of any policy choices for the Board of Directors; thorough knowledge required to plan, direct and supervise the work of others under tight or shifting deadlines, budgets, and priorities, while maintaining good public and professional working relationships; proven ability to perform quantitative and qualitative analysis; ability to analyze complex problems and propose realistic solutions in a concise and clear manner; candidate must possess and display tact, integrity, excellent moral character, good judgment, and resourcefulness; ability to maintain absolute confidentiality of sensitive information; ability to represent the Executive Director and the Livingston County Water and Sewer Authority in a positive manner; physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.

What You Need

Any combination of experience and training that would provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying.  A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be:

•You possess a Master’s degree from a regionally accredited or New York State registered college or university in Civil Engineering, Public Administration, Planning, Business Administration or a closely related field and a minimum of two (2) years of responsibility for and knowledge of water and wastewater field and one (1) year providing experience in a managerial or supervisory capacity over assigned personnel.

•You possess a Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited or New York State registered college or university in Civil Engineering, Public Administration, Planning, Business Administration or a closely related field and a minimum of four (4) years of responsibility for and knowledge of water and wastewater field and two (2) years providing experience in a managerial or supervisory capacity over assigned personnel.

•Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid New York driver’s license.

What We Offer: Compensation & Benefits

•Comprehensive benefits package including generous paid leave and health benefits. Authority covering 100% of the premiums for employees and eligible dependents and a variety of healthcare options.

•The retirement plan is through the New York State Employee Retirement System.

•Employees are also eligible to establish a 457 Deferred Compensation Plan.

•Vacation Leave of 10-25 days per year based on years of service; Personal

Leave of 24 hours per year; and the Authority provides 12 Holidays per year (includes 1 floating holiday). 

To Be Considered

Are You Ready To Apply?

Candidates should apply by February 18, 2022. Interested candidates should email a compelling cover letter, comprehensive resume, and six professional references to In the subject line please put:  Deputy Executive Director Search. If you have any questions or wish to discuss the opportunity further, please contact Jason Molino at (585) 346-3523. You may also mail your application materials to: Livingston County Water & Sewer Authority, Attn: Deputy Executive Director Search, P.O. Box 396, Lakeville, NY 14480.  Go to for the full job description.

Interview Process

All resumes (required) and supplemental information received will be reviewed for minimum qualifications. A limited number of the most highly qualified applicants will be invited to participate in the interview process, which may consist of a phone interview, in-person panel interview, written exercise/presentation, or any combination of these, tentatively scheduled for the weeks of March 7, 2022 and March 14, 2022.

Note:  ALL RESPONSES WILL BE CONDUCTED VIA THE EMAIL ADDRESS PROVIDED WITH YOUR EMAIL SUBMISSION. Therefore, it is imperative that you provide an email address to which you have access, and it is recommended that you frequently check your email for notices from LCWSA.  COVID may restrict in-person interviews, candidates need to stay flexible.

The Community

Founded in 1821, Livingston County, N.Y., is comprised of more than 61,000 residents in 17 towns located across 640 square miles of the Finger Lakes region.  Found just south of Rochester, New York, Livingston County offers an easy-going way of life with the convenience of city life just a few miles away.  With nine bustling downtowns, you can find your own community within each village.  Home to Letchworth State Park, Conesus and Hemlock Lakes, and miles of the mighty Genesee River, there are no shortages of outdoor discoveries in Livingston County.  Originating in rural, agricultural history, there is nothing quite like a small town in Western New York to remind you that work and life can be balanced.  Go to GrowLivCo to learn more about Livingston County, NY.

Post date: Wednesday, December 22, 2021 - 11:52am
Company Name: Town of Greenport Water/Wastewater Dept.
Contact Name: John Mokszycki
Contact Phone: 518-828-3400
Contact Email:
Contact Fax:

Licensed Wastewater/Water Operator - Town of Greenport, NY (Columbia County)

Located 30 miles south of Albany, 30 miles north of Kingston and 28 miles west of Great Barrington, MA.


• Operates a variety of equipment/machinery including valves, pumps, motors, belt presses, jetting machine, vehicles, etc.

• Conducts routine testing, monitoring and maintenance of wells, water and wastewater processes and basic laboratory analyses.

• Perform daily tasks to ensure water and wastewater processes are running smoothly. Document accurately water and wastewater flows, pump hours, pH and chlorine levels at various locations in the distribution and collection system. Sampling of wells and wastewater influent and effluent. Interpret sample results from lab. Read and understand SPEDES permit monitoring limits.

• Performs and documents treatment process and maintenance of treatment facility equipment. Documents plant performance including daily flow, electrical and chemical usage and dosage.

• Responds to call outs and after-hours emergencies to repair water distribution system breaks and wastewater collection system breaks, pumps, motors, sensing devices and instrumentation.

• Ensures facilities, trucks and town properties are clean, well-maintained and secure.

• Provides customer service to town residents and businesses when necessary.

• Other duties as assigned.

• Willing to work all shifts, including weekends, holidays, evening and 24-hour emergency on call.


• Display a willingness to attend courses to obtain contact hours to keep certification.

• Knowledge of process control techniques, maintenance procedures and safe practices.

• The ability to successfully perform routine on-site maintenance and emergency repairs of treatment equipment is essential.

• Knowledge of regulatory rules is essential.

• Willing to work all shifts including weekends, holidays, evenings, and 24-hour emergency on call.


• 2A Wastewater License issued by NYWEA and NYSDEC.

• IIB-GW or SW with Filtration Avoidance issued by NYS Dept. of Health.

• Valid NYS Driver’s License.


• High School Diploma or GED.

• Technical: Ability to follow manual & operating instructions. Basic proficiency with Microsoft Office applications & internet. Basic knowledge of water and wastewater operations. Knowledge of plumbing, electrical and small engine repair a plus.

• Communication: Communicates clearly & professionally. Contributes to a positive internal & external customer experience. Willing to help others.

Maintains composure in challenging situations.

• Problem Solving & Quality: Pays attention to detail. Identifies & solves problems. Checks work for quality.

• Managing for Results: Works well with supervision. Takes projects to completion. Follows all company policies & SOPs. Manages multiple tasks.

• Leadership & Initiative: Demonstrates a positive attitude. Acts in accordance with the town’s vision, and values. Takes accountability for own performance. Willing to take on additional assignments.


• Frequently lift 50-60 pounds.

• Load, unload and move large equipment/tools.

• Access confined spaces.

• Continuously walk and climb stairs and ladders.

• Work in extreme weather conditions including heat, cold, rain and snow.


• $26.30 per hour.

• Medical, dental and vision plan.

• Sick, vacation and personal time.

• Deferred compensation plan available to participating employees.


• Email resume to

An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.

Post date: Monday, December 20, 2021 - 10:01am
Company Name: Village of Owego
Contact Name: Kim Norton
Contact Phone: 607-687-3555
Contact Email:
Contact Fax: 607-687-1787

Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator – Entry Level

Wastewater Treatment Plant at Village of Owego, Owego, NY

This is an entry level wastewater treatment plant operator position for the 1 mgd activated sludge plant.


Competitive benefits package which includes, paid time off, medical/dental/vision insurance, life insurance, flexible spending account/heath savings account, clothing allowance, additional voluntary benefits.

Job Summary:

Responsible to operate and maintain the activated sludge wastewater treatment plant facilities and equipment in order to maintain compliance with all regulatory permit requirements

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

•           Conduct sampling and testing of activated sludge and wastewater

•           Properly evaluate and accurately record testing and operational data

•           Perform routine plant rounds and equipment checks at least once per shift to ensure that pumps, conveyors, blowers, centrifuge and other wastewater treatment equipment is functioning properly

•           Check and adjust controls and equipment as necessary and assist with repairs

•           Assist with delivery and off-loading of chemicals and assist with chemical inventory

•           Assist with maintaining equipment in a clean and operable condition

•           Assist with the development and updating of standard operating procedures

•           Other duties as assigned

•           Education and/or Experience

•           High school diploma/GED required

•           Associates Degree (or equivalent experience) in Environmental Science, Engineering, Biology/Laboratory or related fields preferred

•           New York State Wastewater Treatment Operator certification preferred


•           Ability to take and pass a water & wastewater treatment plant

operator/trainee civil service exam within 6 months of employment

•           Ability to work an 8-hour shift schedule, with availability to work overtime

•           Valid driver’s license

•           Ability to obtain a CDL-B license with tanker endorsement within 6 months of employment

•           Knowledge and experience in wastewater treatment operations preferred

•           Ability to attend classes required for obtaining NYS 3A Wastewater Certification within 36 months


•           Good Communication skills

•           Ability to work well on a team

•           Become proactive and work independently as process skills develop

•           Ability to follow procedures, work instructions and safety/environmental rules and regulations

•           Good Math skills

•           Proficient in MS Office

Work Environment:

Work may be required to be performed under extreme weather conditions including hot and cold ambient temperatures. Travel is required between various buildings. Work may be required where there are moderate noise levels. Employee is expected to understand what appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) is required for each situation and location.

Physical Demands:

During performance of job duties, it may occasionally be required to bend, lift, walk, or carry equipment. Employee must occasionally lift and or move up to 50 pounds.


$18-$25 per hour, commensurate with qualifications and experience

To apply, visit or email a resume to.


Post date: Monday, December 20, 2021 - 9:28am
Company Name: Village of Saugerties
Contact Name: Michael Hopf
Contact Phone: 845-246-8958
Contact Email:
Contact Fax: 845-246-0887

Village of Saugerties - Wastewater Superintendent

The Village of Saugerties is seeking qualified candidates for the position of 'Wastewater Superintendent'. The chosen candidate will be responsible for planning, coordinating, and directing overall compliance, operations, maintenance, and department management at the Sewage Treatment Plant.


Applicants must possess a NYSDEC Grade 2 Wastewater Operators certification.

In addition, Applicants must have 2 Years’ experience in a supervisory capacity.

Must possess and maintain a valid NYS driver’s license as a term and condition of employment.


Oversees 5 Employees including scheduling, directing, delegating, and managing.

Makes operating decisions. Operates treatment facilities to control flow and processing of wastewater, sludge, and effluent. Monitors gauges, meters, and control panels. Observes variations in operating conditions, interprets meter and gauge readings and laboratory test results to determine processing requirements.

Extracts samples and performs routine laboratory analyses. Requisition’s chemical and supplies. Performs some routine maintenance functions.

Administers a preventative maintenance program.

Prepares reports including, SPDES Operating reports, industrial surcharges, sewer districts, septic hauler charges and others.

Preparing an annual budget, writing purchase orders, financial tracking.

Planning for capital improvements.

In addition, the candidate should have the ability to lift heavy materials, be willing to respond to water / wastewater emergencies at all hours and be willing to work in all weather conditions.


Annual salary will be $62,00 to $68,000 based on qualifications and experience.


The Village of Saugerties offers Medical, dental, vision, paid time off, professional development assistance, parental leave, health savings account, employee assistance program, disability insurance, and most importantly, a full understanding of the work-life balance.

Post date: Monday, December 20, 2021 - 9:17am
Company Name: Binghamton Johnson City Joint Sewage Board
Contact Name: Michele Cuevas
Contact Phone: 607-729-2975 ext. #24
Contact Email:
Contact Fax: 607-729-3041

ELECTRICIAN’S HELPER - WWTP Salary Range $23.19/hr. to $27.19/hr.


This is routine work in the performance of a wide variety of unskilled and semi-skilled tasks directly assisting the Joint Sewage Treatment Plant (JSTP) Electrician and/or Instrument Technician while learning the more skilled aspects of the work.  The incumbent of this position, in learning and perfecting craft skills, may perform journey level installation, maintenance, and repair activities under supervision of, or after receiving detailed instructions from, higher level employees.  The incumbent of this position works under the direct supervision of the JSTP Electrician, who provides work assignments, and may work under the supervision of an Instrumentation Technician, Head Electrician, and/or the Electrical Engineer – WWTP on assigned projects.  The nature of the work may require an employee in this class to operate motor vehicles and power-driven equipment.  Does related work as required.


Assists the Electrician and/or Instrumentation Technician[s] in their daily tasks at the JSTP and/or remote Terminal Pumping Station with respect to electrical circuitry, electrical devices, equipment, and industrial instrumentation found in wastewater treatment plants / systems by using a variety of tools and test equipment; Assists with the installation, maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of electric motors, Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs), pumps and generators, lighting, as well as associated circuitry; takes amperage and voltage readings; tests resistance and records readings; Assists with the installation, maintenance, cleaning, troubleshooting, repair, and calibration of electrical and electronic equipment and devices, including sensors, recorders, and indicators; Installs rigid conduit, pulls and splices wire on new and renovation projects; Digs holes and trenches for conduit when required; Assists with the performance of work on existing Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems and associated Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs), power supplies, and equipment; Fulfills accountability and reporting requirements relating to work performed and materials used; Responsible for inventory and stocking shelves with supplies as needed for electrical parts; Learns and perfects craft skills to perform journey level activities associated with the installation, maintenance, and repair of industrial electrical circuits, equipment, and instrumentation; As required, performs routine building maintenance/cleaning work.



Working knowledge of the common terminology, tools, equipment, practices, methods, and safety precautions of the trade as applied to electrical installation, maintenance, and repair activities in a wastewater treatment plant job environment; Ability to read plans, specifications, and circuit diagrams; Ability to follow rough sketches, understand and carry out oral and written instructions; Ability to operate and care for power equipment and hand tools; Dependability; Incumbents of this position will follow given work and time schedules; Ability to operate a personal computer and utilize common office software programs including word processing, spreadsheet, and database at an acceptable rate of accuracy and speed; Good knowledge of building maintenance and cleaning techniques; Physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position, including the ability to perform moderate to heavy manual labor.


 (a)        Graduation from high school with a course in applied electricity, or possession of a New York high school equivalency diploma with a course in applied electricity, or successful completion of an electrical class provided by the United States Armed Forces; or   .

(b)        Two years of experience as a helper in any of the standard building trades (such as electrical, carpentry, millwright, plumbing, HVAC/sheet metal, etc.) or a related field; or 

(c)        An equivalent combination of training and experience as indicated in (a) or (b)


SPECIAL REQUIREMENT:  Possession of the appropriate level New York State Motor Vehicle Operators License at the time of appointment and maintain the license during the entire length of appointment.

Please contact Michele Cuevas for job application at 607-729-2975 or e-mail

Post date: Monday, December 20, 2021 - 9:11am
Company Name: Binghamton-Johnson City Joint Sewage Board
Contact Name: Michele Cuevas
Contact Phone: 607-729-2975 ext. #24
Contact Email:
Contact Fax: 607-729-3041


Salary Range $25.29/hr. to $29.29/hr.


The work involves utilizing and maintaining the Plant's Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS), in order to schedule and monitor maintenance work, and trace and document Plant assets, inventory, valuation/pricing, and maintenance.  Performs support duties for CMMS and other special requests or requirements pertaining to Plant mechanical, process, and instrumentation equipment.  Receives and dispatches Service Calls to maintenance personnel. Prepares and provides tracking reports using the CMMS.  Assists Supervisors with planning and scheduling projects.

Assists the Facilities Engineer in the management of the Work in Progress Report.  Orders parts, materials, and supplies as needed.  Assists in the tracking of onsite material and parts inventories, as well as the current cost / valuation of same.  Drafts purchase order requests for parts/materials/supplies at the direction of management. Assist periodically with [i] collecting information from daily Work Orders for inventory updates, as well as [ii] physical inventory of parts/equipment/supplies.  Generates and enhances production of new and existing forms, documents, and graphs.

Maintains Work Order files and spreadsheet log to monitor for timely completion.  Periodically assists with collecting information from daily Work Orders for status updates and reports.  The work is performed under the general supervision of the Facilities Engineer, Head Mechanic, Assistant Superintendent and / or Superintendent.  Does related work as required.


•           Populate / input the CMMS with new equipment data and documentation, including maintenance schedules, spare / replacement parts inventory, and associated cost data;

•           Not less frequently that once per year (on a cyclical basis [and not all at once]), validate and update existing inventory and associated cost data;

•           Coordinate and collaborate with department supervisors (Mechanical and Electrical) to prioritize and schedule work; assist in the creation of new / updated preventative maintenance (PM) procedures;

•           Generate, print, and sort Work Orders and PM Orders for maintenance employees;

•           Enter maintenance data into the CMMS such as, time and work accomplished, from employee work tickets and related documentation; update parts inventory based on parts materials, and supplies used / consumed;

•           Initiate and / or assist with the procurement of needed repair parts, materials, and supplies in accordance with the Plant’s Procurement Policy;

•           Create and track non routine/corrective Work Orders to capture equipment down time.

•           Enter warranty information into asset profiles to maintain repairs covered by warranty.

•           Refers to catalogues, contacts vendors, and uses a variety of sources when researching orders for parts, specialized equipment, and goods;

•           Receives and unpacks incoming stock, checking the goods against the purchase orders to make sure they agree, and contacts vendors and arranges for the stock's return if it is not what was ordered;

•           Records on an inventory record all stock received listing the item(s) received, the date of receipt, the vendor, invoice number(s), cost data, and any other needed information;

•           Assist in keeping shelves, bins, and stock in orderly and clean condition; cleans storage areas as required;

•           Record and provide maintenance reports for the use of management; communicate information to management; and

•           When time permits, provide assistance to Mechanic’s Assistants and Mechanics in the maintenance and repair of Plant equipment and systems;

•           Performs other duties as assigned.


•           Must be organized and detail oriented, with the ability to learn quickly and prioritize work tasks;

•           Must exhibit practical ability to use CMMS software; 

•           Must possess general knowledge of terms and equipment used in the wastewater treatment industry;

•           Must possess strong written and verbal communication skills;

•           Must have the ability to follow oral and written instructions;

•           Must be able to work harmoniously as a team member;

•           Must be skillful in the use of spreadsheets, database, word processing, and other data collection software, computer interfaces and programs at an acceptable rate of accuracy and speed;

•           Must have the ability to utilize a computer to communicate, collect and sort data, and to distribute the data;

•           Must have good people skills and the ability to communicate clearly with supervisors and associates; and

•           Must be in good physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  Graduation from High School or possession of a High School equivalency diploma and;

(a)  Six months experience in data collection and / or maintenance management; or

(b)  One year of experience as a Waste Water Treatment Plant Maintainer, Operator Trainee, Operator, or Mechanic’s Assistant; or

(c)  One year of experience with industrial mechanical maintenance, including but not limited to industrial pumps, engines, motors, conveyance equipment or plumbing.


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:  Possession of a Class D motor vehicle operator license issued by the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles with the ability to be covered under the Plant’s insurance policy at time of appointment, and maintain the license during the entire length of appointment.

Please contact Michele Cuevas for job application at 607-729-2975 or e-mail


Post date: Wednesday, December 8, 2021 - 2:19pm
Company Name: Gloversville-Johnstown Joint Wastewater Treatment Facility
Contact Name: Hilary Ruzycky
Contact Phone: 1-518-762-3101
Contact Email:
Contact Fax:


Gloversville-Johnstown Joint Sewer Board is seeking a full-time Maintenance Supervisor to work collaboratively with the Manager-Wastewater Programs.

Maintenance Supervisor is responsible to perform and have direct charge of preventative and maintenance activities of a wastewater treatment facility.

Knowledge and experience of pumps, hydraulics, instrumentation, SCADA, VFDs, 440 3-phase electrical, and cogeneration equipment is necessary.  Applicant will be responsible for maintaining maintenance parts inventory.

Applicant must work independently and will supervise a maintenance department currently consisting of three (3) employees.  Attention to detail, excellent work ethic, organizational and management skills are required.  Civil Service rules apply.  Salary is contingent upon experience.

High school graduate with five (5) years of experience or an associate degree in mechanical, electrical or other appropriate technical field with three (3) years of experience or an equivalent combination of training and experience is required.

Application can be obtained or resume submitted to:


191 Union Avenue

Johnstown, NY  12095


Post date: Monday, December 6, 2021 - 11:16am
Company Name: Village of St. Johnsville Wastewater Facility
Contact Name: Frank Erno
Contact Phone: 518-568-2545
Contact Email:
Contact Fax: 518-568-7716


The Village of St. Johnsville Wastewater Treatment Facility is seeking a motivated individual for an entry level wastewater system laborer position.  $15.50 per hour plus great benefits including medical, (with employer contribution), NYS Retirement System, and paid time off.

This is a 40-hour per week position based at our Water Treatment Plant at 16 Marina Drive, in the Village of St. Johnsville, Montgomery County.  Work involves assisting with wastewater recovery maintenance tasks associated with the Village Wastewater Treatment Plant including exercising of gates and valves; plant equipment repair work; grass cutting, weeding, raking and snow removal; plant building maintenance and cleaning.  Mechanical knowledge of machines and tools, including design, use, repair, and maintenance.

Deductive reasoning skills to solve problems and produce answers that make sense.  Valid NYS Driver’s License required.  Training opportunities for the right individual could lead to Wastewater Operator Certifications.

Please submit applications to the attention of Chief Water Treatment Plant


Frank Erno

Village of St. Johnsville Wastewater Treatment Plant

16 Marina Drive

St. Johnsville, New York 13452

or email to

Post date: Wednesday, December 1, 2021 - 3:52pm
Company Name: Dutchess County Water and Wastewater Authority
Contact Name: Alain Petit
Contact Phone: 845-229-2524
Contact Email:
Contact Fax: 845-486-6509

WATER SYSTEM LABORER – ENTRY LEVEL POSITION -NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY The Dutchess County Water and Wastewater is seeking a motivated individual for an entry level water system laborer position. $18.64 per hour plus great benefits including medical, dental and optical insurance (with employer contribution), NYS Retirement System, and paid time off.

This is a 40-hour per week position based at our Water Treatment Plant on South Road in the Town of Hyde Park, Dutchess County.

Work involves assisting with water distribution maintenance tasks including water line flushing and exercising of valves; water main location and repair work; excavation and pavement repair; grass cutting, weeding and raking; snow removal; and building maintenance and cleaning.

Valid NYS Driver’s License required.

Training opportunities for the right individual could lead to water operator certifications.

Please submit applications to the attention of Chief Water Treatment Plant Operator:

Dutchess County Water and Wastewater Authority Hyde Park Water Treatment Plant

46 South Drive

Hyde Park, NY 12538

or email to

Post date: Tuesday, November 30, 2021 - 10:43am
Company Name: Altona Correctional Facility
Contact Name: Amy LeClair
Contact Phone: 518-236-7841 ext. 3600
Contact Email:
Contact Fax: 518-236-7841 ext. 3699

Altona CF has a full-time vacancy for a Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator 2 

Salary Range: $39,653-$48,662.

Excellent NYS benefits including health insurance, dental, vision, vacation, and retirement.

Minimum Qualifications:
Must possess a Grade 2A Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator Certification from the Department of Environmental Conservation.

Interested candidates should submit their application/Resume to: Amy LeClair, Office Assistant 3 (Human Resources), Altona Correctional Facility, PO Box 3000, Altona NY 12910 or email: