NHSA Employment Opportunities
For more than 20 years, the North Hudson Sewerage Authority has partnered with CH2M, a global, employee-owned consulting, design, design-build, operations, and program management firm based in Denver, to operate and maintain the facilities and systems that serve our customers. Unless otherwise noted, the positions listed below are for employment with CH2M specifically to serve the NHSA. In turn, CH2M uses specialized staffing agencies, such as HKA Enterprises, to recruit qualified candidates. To apply for a position, click on the link and follow the instructions.
Performs a variety of tasks in the operation and maintenance of the collection system on an assigned shift. An NJDEP C1 Operators License will need to be obtained within the first two years of employment with CH2M.
Position assists Collections Operator in the use of sewer cleaning, clearing and rodding equipment, all repairs to collection systems; cleaning of bar screen facilities located throughout the collection system; performing weekly preventive maintenance on all equipment as needed; and keeping maintenance records using a CMMS system, develop computer spreadsheets, and use Word and Excel. Must learn and gain skills in a variety of equipment and tools used in maintaining the collection system; has the ability to read and interpret sewer maps, construction plans, prints, specifications and Operations and Maintenance Manuals; and the ability to diagnose simple wastewater collection system problems.
Candidates must have a high school diploma or GED and possess valid Class B Commercial Driver’s License.
Preferred qualifications include knowledge of collection system and tools, equipment, materials used to maintain and repair system; knowledge or previous experience in water or wastewater treatment, operations, or collections; has applicable OSHA training including, but not limited to, Confined Space Entry and Lock-out/Tag-out procedures; and has obtained the NJDEP C1 Operators License.
Performs a variety of tasks in the preventive and corrective maintenance at wastewater treatment plants and related facilities equipment on an assigned shift.
Position requires performing and assisting in the performance of preventive and corrective maintenance on buildings, structures, grounds, machinery and equipment; lubricating equipment and checking for malfunctions; replacing packing in pumps or valves; replacing bearings in motors, pumps, and other equipment; tuning engines, setting valve clearance, cleaning, and adjusting regulators; removing and installing new or existing equipment or machinery; operating hoists, lifts, machinery, and emergency power generation equipment. Must perform plumbing and pipefitting tasks as required and maintain and operate computer maintenance management system as required.
Candidates must have a high school diploma or GED, ability to enter data into a Computer Maintenance Management Systemand, and a valid driver’s license.
Preferred qualifications include some trade school education with an emphasis on electrical and mechanical equipment and metal fabrication; knowledge of the methods, materials, equipment, and tools used in the construction, repair, and operation of engines, pumps, and other mechanical equipment related to water/wastewater treatment plant operations and procedures; and knowledge of combustion engines and electric motors and safety principles and practices.
Performs a variety of tasks in the operation and maintenance of a wastewater treatment plant including maintenance of equipment, quality control/testing and day-to-day activities on an assigned shift. This position requires an NJDEP S1 Operators License.
Position requires operating treatment facilities to control flow and processing of water/wastewater, sludge, and effluent; and operating valves and gates either manually or by remote control, starts and stops pumps, engines and generators to control and adjust flow and treatment processes. Must monitor gauges, meters, and control panels; maintain shift log and records meter and gauge readings; collect samples and performs routine laboratory tests and analyses; assist in keeping maintenance records using a CMMS system, develop computer spreadsheets, and use Word and Excel; and ability to read and interpret construction plans, prints, specifications and Operations and Maintenance Manuals.
Candidates must have a high school diploma or GED, minimum of a NJDEP S1 Operators License, one to five years experience in operating water/wastewater treatment plants, and a valid driver’s license.
Preferred qualifications include basic familiarity of the principles and practices of water/wastewater treatment plant operations; operating principles of valves, pumps, and motors; principles and methods of bacteriological and chemical sewage analyses; effects and problems of industrial waste in water/wastewater treatment processes; safe work practices. Knowledge of SCADA, PLC and VFD systems. Applicable OSHA training including but not limited to Confined Space Entry and Lockout/Tagout procedures and having obtained the NJDEP S2 Operators License.
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