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Professional Training Association is looking for experienced individuals to teach workshops and / or provide technical assistance for the water and wastewater industry. 

Our motto is “from the operator for the operator”. If you love the water and wastewater field, have experience and knowledge to share, and want to help the current and future water and wastewater professionals like others once helped you, then give us a call at 360-490-2426 or email us at info@pro-train.org


Job Postings Updated: 01/27/2023


The Dept. of Health, is looking for a Senior Epidemiologist (non-medical) Project – DOH7131

This is a project position currently funded through August 31, 2024.

Success in this position is based on the incumbent’s ability to effectively perform the following:

Bring an equity and inclusion skillset that will help the agency implement its Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion transformation.
Effectively manage budget allocations, ensuring performance expectations and measures are met, and continually evaluate results to improve program performance.
Identify resource needs, identifying, obtaining, and managing state and federal funding to support priority work where necessary.
Work collaboratively on an ongoing basis with other agency programs, local, state, and tribal entities to identify and respond to emerging issues.
Strategically plan and implement activities to utilize wastewater-based epidemiology to inform public health action.

Salary: $93,840.00 – $126,192.00 Annually

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

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The Dept. of Health, is looking for a Wellhead Protection Program Coordinator (EP3) – DOH7096

As Wellhead Protection Program Coordinator, you will:

  • Provide expertise on issues related to water quality, water quantity, and implementation issues of wellhead and groundwater protection activities.

  • Coordinate interagency involvement, discussing statewide groundwater issues and act as the agency technical liaison, guiding and influencing federal, state, and local planning and legislation for full implementation of the wellhead protection program to ensure a holistic approach in considering zoning, building codes, and ordinances that impact water system sources in the built environment.

  • Provide expertise and consultation with internal and external partners and provide planning and/or policy development assistance to promote wellhead protection activities, discuss the impacts of climate change on source water quality and quantity, and provide training and guidance materials to promote these activities.

  • Provide training to regional office staff, local health jurisdictions, and external training entities regarding Washington’s Wellhead Protection Program so they can include this in their training of water system operators and administrators.

  • Act as a technical liaison with other regulatory agencies, particularly the Department of Agriculture, Department of Ecology, and the Department of Natural Resources, to find opportunities to promote wellhead and groundwater water protection activities.

  • Monitor State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) application project register for industrial and commercial projects in wellhead protection areas or Critical Aquifer Recharge Areas to provide technical assistance to project proponents and local planning departments, in part as they present new construction projects for proposal during public comment processes.

  • Assist the Source Water Protection Program lead in evaluating and implementing highly complex rules, policies, and program plans, which are of critical importance statewide and nationally.

Salary: $5,136.00 – $6,908.00 Monthly

Closing Date: 2/6/2023 11:59 PM Pacific

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The Snohomish County – Monroe, WA Dept. of Corrections, is looking for an Environmental Specialist 5

The Environmental Specialist 5 reports to the Environmental Planner, with the departments Capital Planning and Development (CPD). This position is a regional position responsible for environmental, regulatory and policy compliance regarding environmental and hazardous materials, hazardous waste, storm water, and wastewater. As such, the position performs as the subject matter expert and liaison with agency headquarters, federal, state and local regulatory authorities, ensuring agency and facility compliance with all environmental regulations.

The position is also responsible to act as MCC’s Resource Conservation Manager providing policy review and updates, staff training, energy analysis and conservation initiatives, all of which works to ensure the safe and efficient operation of state facilities, utilities and equipment. This work supports the Department of Corrections mission by reducing risk and maximizing the value and longevity of state assets.

Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Provide oversight to ensure MCC compliance with environmental regulatory and policy requirements.
  • Research and develop environmental management plans and programs for MCC and DOC.
  • Ensure all required MCC environmental inspections, reports and permitting are accomplished.
  • Responsible for tracking, reporting, managing, warehousing and proper disposal of MCC generated hazardous waste.
  • Provide environmental testing.
  • Coordinate environmental regulations with MCC’s OSHA/WISHA compliance Safety Officer.
  • Participate in ICS emergency response for spills, hazardous materials events.
  • Act as liaison with Agency headquarters, federal, state, and local agencies.
  • Administer the facilities chemical management databases.
  • Oversee technical aspects of MCC’s wastewater operations.
  • Monitor and reduce expenditures for utilities and other resource expenditures.
  • Research and develop energy management plans and programs.
  • Oversee the sustainability program.
  • Perform regular policy and regulatory reviews of MCC facility operations.
  • Administer DOC’s Sustainability Data Management (SDM) database.
  • Application design and programming.
    Other duties as assigned.

Salary: $5,136.00 – $6,908.00 Monthly

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

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The Dept. of Health, is looking for a Lodging Inspector – Project (PHA3) DOH7094

Conducts surveys and compliance investigations at temporary worker housing and transient accommodations to determine compliance with health and safety standards.

Observe and evaluate the operation of TWH and TA facilities’ health and safety activities during inspections and investigations for compliance with health and safety rules and standards. Use environmental measurement instruments, such as electrical circuit testers, thermometers, etc., to collect data about the environment. Make conclusions and write final reports utilizing computer programs within assigned timeframes.
Provides technical assistance on compliance with state and federal health and safety regulations.

Provide technical assistance in person, via email, and over the phone to TWH and TA owners, operators, guests, and the general public. Answer all inquiries in a timely manner, per program policies.
Communicates surveys, inspection reports, and investigation findings in a manner that is understandable to the facility operators or owners.

Use “plain talk” when preparing written documents. Review and recommend acceptance or denial of a licensee’s written plan of correction for each violation written on the report.
Works cooperatively within the agency and across federal/state/county/city agencies.

Cooperatively work with federal agencies; environmental or public health programs; state agencies, such as the Department of Labor and Industries; local jurisdictions; and community organizations to integrate and promote consistency and clarity of information.
Training Development Support

Support the team lead in the development and updating of TWH and TA training practices to ensure the standardization of personnel.

Salary: $4,777.00 – $6,419.00 Monthly

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

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Job Postings Updated: 01/16/2023


The Dept. of Health, is looking for a Wastewater Epidemiology Project and Engagement Coordinator (HSC4) DOH7092

The incumbent will coordinate the work between the wastewater sampling collection and strategy, public health lab, and epidemiologists to ensure the cohesive development of analytical tools and flexible sampling strategies for SARS-CoV-2 (and potentially variants) wastewater surveillance. This includes occasionally traveling to wastewater treatment plants for recruitment and retention meetings.

Salary: $5,268.00 – $6,908.00 Monthly

Closing Date: 1/24/2023 11:59 PM Pacific

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The Dept. of Health, is looking for a Contracts and Outreach Coordinator (HSC3) DOH7088

This position will support the Washington Wastewater-Based Epidemiology (WAWBE) program by developing and managing external contracts and partnerships required to expand and maintain the sampling and testing necessary for program success. Contract Management responsibilities include all work necessary to develop, execute and monitor contracts. Additionally, the incumbent will support the maintenance and expansion of the WAWBE program by developing and maintaining relationships with potential and existing partners interested in being a part of the sampling and testing network. This includes occasionally traveling to wastewater treatment plants for recruitment and retention meetings.

Salary: $4,777.00 – $6,260.00 Monthly

Closing Date: 1/24/2023 11:59 PM Pacific

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The Dept. of Health, is looking for a Built Environment Section Manager (WMS Band 2) DOH6926 – Project

Success in this position is based on the incumbent’s ability to effectively perform the following:

Bring an equity and inclusion skillset that will help the agency implement its Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion transformation.
Effectively manage budget allocations, ensuring performance expectations and measures are met, and continually evaluate results to improve program performance.
Identify resource needs, and identifying, obtaining, and managing state and federal funding to support priority work where necessary.
Work collaboratively on an ongoing basis with other agency programs, local, state, and tribal entities to identify and respond to emerging issues.
Strategically plan and implement activities to utilize wastewater-based epidemiology to inform public health action.
Strategically plan and evaluate health impacts of policies impacting the built environment.
The incumbent may be located anywhere within the State of Washington. Telework (mobile work) is currently expected. When approved, the incumbent will work with their supervisor to identify an appropriate work schedule and balance including telework and reporting to the Tumwater, WA duty station for work activities as needed. It is anticipated that the incumbent would be expected to report to the Tumwater, WA duty station for work activities 2-4-days monthly.

This is a full-time project position currently funded through August 31, 2024.

Salary: $85,020.00 – $114,360.00 Annually

Closing Date: Position is open until filled

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The Washington Water Service, is looking for a Construction Laborer

Washington Water Service has an immediate opening for Construction Laborer. This position will be responsible for repairing water mains, performing general cleanup of grounds and facilities, assisting with general maintenance, and other job duties as required. The position is located in Gig Harbor, WA.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Installs underground water main line

Excavates work area using hand tools

Installs water services and meters

Cleans and organizes construction vehicles and heavy equipment

Flushes services and water mains

Performs accuracy test on assigned department equipment

Performs relief work under various classifications

Operates system valves as required

Notifies customers for shut-downs

Completes necessary paperwork

Maintains monthly vehicle reports on construction equipment

Assists above and below ground construction as required

Participates in and supports the Company’s Continuous Improvement program and projects

Performs other similar duties as assigned

Salary: $41,600 – $68,700

Closing Date: Deadline to submit resume is Wednesday, January 25, 2023.

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The West Richland, is looking for a Meter Reader

This position is responsible for the accurate and timely reading of meters for residential, commercial, industrial properties within the City using handheld electronics and other misc. equipment. This position is responsible for delivering informational notifications to customers regarding non-payment, possible water leaks, and scheduled outages that may occur. There will be communication with customers via email, phone, and in person to resolve issues. Performs installs, repairs, and replacements of water meters. Turns water on and off at the meter as necessary.

Salary: $25.96hr – $27.96hr DOQ

Closing Date: First Review of Resumes Wed, Jan 27th. (Position is open until filled.)

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The Town of Eatonville, is looking for a Full Time Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator 

The Town of Eatonville is accepting applications for a full-time position in the Water/Wastewater Department. This position is under the supervision of the Water/Wastewater Superintendent and will operate the water filtration plant and Wastewater Treatment plant as well as perform a variety of Water, Wastewater, Street and Storm maintenance work. Applications and complete job descriptions are available at Eatonville Town Hall, located at 201 Center Street West, Eatonville from 8:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday or on our website at www.eatonville-wa.gov.

The Town of Eatonville accepts applications by email, to townclerk@eatonville-wa.gov or by dropping off at the Town Hall, 201 Center St W, Eatonville WA. They can also be mailed to PO Box 309, Eatonville, WA 98328. The first round of reviews will take place on January 20, 2023.

Salary:

Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator I – WAGES: Range 48 $5,432-$6,301 monthly (2023 Rate)
Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator II – WAGES: Range 50 $5,987-$6,943 monthly (2023 Rate)

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

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Job Postings Updated: 01/03/2023


The Washington State Department of Corrections, is looking for a Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator 2

While working under the direction of the Equipment Technician Supervisor, the Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator 2 (WWTPO2) oversees the operation of MCC’s wastewater and sewer lifting operations.

The position supervises one or more offender crews performing wastewater, recycling, food waste and composting operations in support of the Department of Corrections’ mission: To improve public safety.

The WWTPO2 supports this mission by supervising offenders, and instructing staff as needed, in safe and efficient operation, repair and maintenance of prison facilities, equipment, systems, and sustainable operations at the Monroe Correctional Complex.

Salary: $5,444.00 – $6,466.00 Monthly

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

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The Dept. of Ecology, is looking for an Industrial Water Quality Permit Manager (Environmental Engineer 2)

In this position you will help protect and restore Puget Sound water quality. You will develop and oversee National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) and/or State Waste Discharge permits to ensure that wastewater from industrial and commercial activities is managed to protect and restore water quality. This position works with engineers, environmental specialists and scientists within the Ecology Water Quality Program, as well as other Ecology programs and agencies. You will work closely with licensed professional engineers to review engineering reports for process wastewater treatment processes, including but not limited to stormwater treatment.

Salary: $68,016.00 – $89,268.00 Annually

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

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