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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: 09/07/2022


The Cross Valley Water District, is looking for a Water Quality Utility Service Worker

This position is responsible for developing, updating and overseeing the district’s water
quality treatment and monitoring programs to maintain compliance with state and federal
laws and regulations This position performs skilled work monitoring, testing and
adjusting water quality within treatment plant, pump stations, reservoirs, and the water
distribution system. This position monitors and adjusts chemical dosages and chemical
pumping rates, performs minor and routine maintenance of related equipment and
systems, and operates, maintains, and performs routine cleaning of treatment plant and
other facilities. This position requires little or no supervision. 

Salary: $5,703.00 – $7,643.00/monthly

Closing Date: First Review of completed received applications after 10am – Tuesday September 13, 2022

For more information click here or call (360) 668-1875


The Lake Cushman Maintenance Company (LCMC), is looking for a Maintenance Worker/Operator

The Lake Cushman Maintenance Company (LCMC) is looking for a Full-Time, experienced, Maintenance Worker/Operator for our Homeowner’s Association in Hoodsport, Washington. We operate and maintain 2 Class A water systems (1,900 + service connections) 5o+ lane miles of roads, and 300+ acres of common space greenbelts. Water system and general Public Works maintenance experience required. Will be expected to obtain Waterworks Operator WDM1 (company funded). Class A CDL preferred. Must complete background check, driving abstract review and drug test. The benefits package includes: a medical / dental plan, paid vacation time, paid sick leave time, paid holidays, access to the Lake Cushman parks, and free and discounted golf at the Lake Cushman Golf Course. A Simple IRA is available to opt into and other company funded training will also be available.

Salary: DOE

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

For more information click here or email: LWiley@LakeCushmanMC.com


HDR, is looking for a Senior Water/Wastewater Engineer

About Us At HDR, we specialize in engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services. While we are most well-known for adding beauty and structure to communities through high-performance buildings and smart infrastructure, we provide much more than that. We create an unshakable foundation for progress because our multidisciplinary teams also include scientists, economists, builders, analysts and artists. That’s why we believe diversity is our greatest strength. HDR is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and an affirmative action employer.
Associated topics: environmental, environmental effect, environmental engineer, environmental impact assessment, glacier, green energy, sustainability engineer, waste management, water engineer, water treatment

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

For more information click here 


The City of Snoqualmie, is looking for a Senior Industrial Maintenance Technician (Wastewater Division)

 The Parks & Public Works Director is the head of the Parks & Public Works Department. The incumbent leads and conducts complex maintenance, overhaul, and installation of mechanical equipment necessary for water, water reclamation, and wastewater treatment including distribution and collections pump stations. Incumbent will work under direct supervision and at times will work unsupervised and may need to use their own discretion.

Salary: $6,030.00 – $7,192.00 Monthly

Closing Date: 9/16/2022 at 11:59 PM Pacific

For more information click here or email: kjohnson@snoqualmiewa.gov


The City of Snoqualmie, is looking for a Lead Operator Wastewater

The Lead Operator leads completion of skilled work in the operation of the City of Snoqualmie sewer and water reclamation treatment facilities, reuse water transmission, collection systems, and storm conveyance maintenance systems on an assigned shift. The Lead operators also participate in the overall operational planning, proper functioning of assigned work on a team where the Parks & Public Works Director is the head of the Department.

Salary: $5,798.00 – $6,915.00 Monthly

Closing Date: 9/16/2022 at 11:59 PM Pacific

For more information click here or email: kjohnson@snoqualmiewa.gov


The Dept. of Ecology, is looking for a Stormwater Financial Specialist (Environmental Specialist 3) (In Training)

You will manage pass-through National Estuary Program Stormwater Strategic Initiative grants that are awarded to local partners in the Puget Sound region. To do this, you will:

Provide support to recipients on grant eligibility, administration, and record keeping requirements.
Assist grant recipients with resolving audit questions and help them resolve issues or meet contract requirements.
Develop individual grant agreements and amendments.
Provide quality assurance review of the negotiated project scope of work, budget, and special conditions to ensure grant integrity, eligibility of costs, and statewide consistency.
Evaluate financial and project tracking data to determine technical compliance with regulatory requirements.
Review and certify grant payment requests for eligible costs.
Plan, facilitate, or represent the program in public meetings and workshops, such as annual recipient training classes, and support other program presentations.

Salary: $48,156.00 – $63,216.00 Annually

Closing Date: Open Until Filled (First Review of Applications will be August 29, 2022)

For more information click here or Call: (360) 407-6186 or email: careers@ecy.wa.gov


The City of West Richland, is looking for a Maintenance Worker II

Under general supervision of the Water Operations Supervisor, performs a variety of semi‐
skilled and skilled duties associated with the installation, maintenance, and repair of the water
distribution system, dewatering system and irrigation system; performs semi‐skilled and skilled
duties associated with the operation and maintenance of the City’s water production facilities,
pumping , and storage facilities; ensures safe production, delivery and protection of the City’s
water supply; ensures an uninterrupted supply of quality potable and non‐potable water to the
customers of the City; and operate and maintain a variety of heavy equipment and hand and
power tools and equipment.

Salary: $24.69hr – $29.52hr DOQ

Closing Date: Open Until Filled (First Review of Applications will be August 29, 2022)

For more information click here or Call: 509-967-3431


The Water Quality Program within the Department of Ecology, is looking for a Water Quality Assessment Scientist (Natural Resource Scientist 3)

In this position, you will work on a dynamic team of scientists to assess the health of the state’s lakes, rivers, and estuaries, and provide research and policy support for the development of the biennial Water Quality Assessment to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). You will lead environmental research to improve state policies that help identify and correct pollution problems.

The mission of the Water Quality Program is to protect and restore Washington’s waters to support healthy watersheds and communities. Our work ensures state waters can support beneficial uses including recreational and business activities, supplies for clean drinking water, and the protection of fish, shellfish, wildlife, and public health.

During Healthy Washington Roadmap to Recovery, employees are working a combination of in-office and/or telework based on position and business need. This position is required to work in the office at least one day a week on average, and also be available to meet in person with our key stakeholders as needed. Ecology is following current state guidance regarding mask requirements, health screening questions before entry, and social distancing. Looking ahead, Ecology has recently updated the agency policies on telework and flexible and compressed work schedules. Applicants with questions about position location options, telework, and flexible or compressed schedules are encouraged to reach out to the contact person listed below in “other information.”

This position is located in our Headquarters Office in Lacey, WA.

Upon hire, you must live within a commutable distance from the duty station.

Salary: $63,216.00 – $82,896.00 Annually

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

This position will remain open until filled, with an initial screening date of August 4, 2022.

For more information click here or Call: (360) 407-6186 or email: careers@ecy.wa.gov 


The Water Quality Program within the Department of Ecology, is looking for a Forestry/Agriculture Best Management Practices Expert (Environmental Planner 4)

Are you interested in working on water quality policy issues? In this position, you will work with technical and policy experts on implementing the state Nonpoint Source Pollution Program and TMDL (water clean-up) Program by:

  • Leading the development of Agricultural Best Management Practices Guidance
  • Evaluating the effectiveness of the State’s Forest Practice Rules
  • Helping with policy issues related to Water Clean Up Plans- Total Maximum Daily Loads
  • Helping with implementation of the State Nonpoint Pollution Control Program

Given the importance ensuring we are putting effective practices on the ground to address nonpoint pollution, we need a team member with strong research skills and ability to convey complex information in a clear and concise manner. We need somebody with great communication and organizational skills to assist us in coordinating inside and outside of the program.

If you enjoy working on challenging projects, distilling key science, policy and technical information to help make decisions, and want to work with others to solve issues, this is your job!

The mission of the Water Quality Program is to protect and restore Washington’s waters to sustain healthy watersheds and communities. Our work ensures that state waters support beneficial uses including recreational and business activities, supplies for clean drinking water, and the protection of fish, shellfish, wildlife, and public health.

This position is located in our Headquarters Office in Lacey, WA.
Upon hire, you must live within a commutable distance from the duty station.

Salary: $68,076.00 – $89,292.00 Annually

Closing Date: Open until filled

This position will remain open until filled, with an initial screening date of August 9, 2022.

For more information click here or Call: (360) 407-6186 or email: careers@ecy.wa.gov


The Department of Ecology, is looking for a Senior Storm Water Planner

If you are passionate about the environment and want to work on issues that impact Salmon and other aquatic species, this is the place for you. In this position, you will assist in Ecology’s efforts to understand and respond to the chemical that has been found to cause Urban Runoff Mortality Syndrome (URMS), in Coho salmon. You will be focused on finding ways to manage Stormwater runoff by researching Best Management Practices (BMPs), and managing projects aimed at finding solutions to the tire chemical 6PPD-quinone. The legislature has allocated 1 million in funding for this unit to directly respond to 6PPD-quinone. You will engage with stakeholders from environmental groups, other state and national agencies, tribes and sovereign nations, and municipalities to develop guidance that will be used in Stormwater permits and manuals. In this position you will work directly with the Municipal Unit that issues MS4 permits, develops and manages the Stormwater management manuals, and provides engineering oversight for Stormwater treatment.

Salary: $68,076.00 – $89,292.00 Annually

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

For more information click here or Call: (360) 407-6186 or email: careers@ecy.wa.gov 


The Department of Ecology, is looking for a Small Community Wastewater Assistance Engineer – Western Washington (Environmental Engineer 5)

As a senior environmental engineer supporting small and financially disadvantaged communities in western Washington, you will plan, conduct investigations of, and propose solutions to wastewater engineering problems that require research and application of engineering techniques and principles, as well as compliance with regulatory standards. In this dynamic and rewarding position, you will provide technical assistance and guidance to small communities throughout western Washington that face significant challenges to meeting their wastewater facility needs. You will help communities meet the requirements to qualify for financial assistance from Water Quality Combined funding program that includes the federal Clean Water State Revolving Fund loan program and several state grant programs.

With a technical specialty in wastewater management and engineering, you will provide loan and grant oversight and essential wastewater and stormwater engineering assistance to financial assistance recipients, such as local governments, sewer districts, tribes, and other public bodies. You will support municipalities, Ecology staff and management, stakeholders, and other state agencies to ensure compliance with state and federal statutes, rules and guidelines used to manage the complex multi-million dollar state/federal loan and grant program to improve and protect water quality statewide.

Salary: $82,896.00 – $108,804.00 Annually

Closing Date: Open Until filled

Initial Screening Date: August 3, 2022

For more information click here


The Washington Water Service, is looking for a Sr Network Administrator, Information Technology (WA)

The Senior Network Administrator designs, supports, maintains, and troubleshoots computer networking and communication systems. Maintains network and complex systems, provides technical support for IT infrastructure, manages and secures wired and wireless network and provides on-call support. This position is located in Puyallup, Washington.

Salary: $74,400 – $134,000

Closing Date: 7/25/2022

For more information click here


The Water Quality Program within the Department of Ecology, is looking for a Water Quality Financial Assistance Engineer (Environmental Engineer 5)

This position is located in our Headquarters Office in Lacey, WA.

Upon hire, you must live within a commutable distance from the duty station.

In this role, you will be a key member of the Financial Management Section team, serving as the lead environmental engineer supporting the water quality financial assistance programs, including the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) loan program, helping direct the award of over $250 million in grant and loan funding each year in support of community wastewater infrastructure. You will provide expertise and essential environmental engineering technical assistance to local governments, tribes, stakeholders, and other state agencies to ensure compliance with state and federal statutes, rules, and guidelines used to manage the complex multi-million dollar state and federal grant and loan programs for water pollution control facilities to improve and protect water quality statewide.

As program lead for wastewater infrastructure financial and technical assistance, you will lead the Wastewater Financial Assistance Workgroup, plan and develop policy and procedures to meet state and federal requirements, develop programs for targeted technical assistance to disadvantaged communities, and assist and guide staff in the management and oversight of complex wastewater infrastructure projects. You will also engage with other state and federal funding agencies to collaborate and coordinate financial assistance and develop best practices to improve statewide infrastructure outcomes.

The mission of the Water Quality Program is to protect and restore Washington’s waters to support healthy watersheds and communities. Our work ensures state waters can support beneficial uses including recreational and business activities, supplies for clean drinking water, and the protection of fish, shellfish, wildlife, and public health.

Salary: $82,896.00 – $108,804.00 Annually

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Initial Screening Date of August 4, 2022

For more information click here or Call: (360) 407-6186


The Department of Ecology in Lacey WA, is looking for a Nonpoint (319) Program and TMDL Policy Lead (Environmental Planner 4)

The Water Quality Program within the Department of Ecology is looking to fill a Nonpoint (319) Program and TMDL Policy Lead (Environmental Planner 4) position.

This position is located in our Headquarters Office in Lacey, WA.
Upon hire, you must live within a commutable distance from the duty station.

Are you interested in working on water quality policy issues? In this position, you will be the lead on the overall management of the federal Clean Water Act Section 319 Nonpoint Program and provide policy support of our Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) program. You will work with other technical and policy experts to develop strategies to better implement our program and use our authorities under the federal Clean Water Act, as well as Washington’s Water Pollution Control Act to clean up our waters.

Given the challenges of nonpoint pollution we need somebody that can problem solve, look for opportunities to improve our approaches, builds relationships, and is a great communicator.
You will be responsible for providing Total Maximum Daily Load policy support across the Water Quality program and responsible for developing the Columbia River Temperature TMDL Implementation Plan.

If you enjoy working on challenging projects, distilling key science, policy and technical information to help make decisions, and want to work with others to solve issues, this is your job!

The mission of the Water Quality Program is to protect and restore Washington’s waters to sustain healthy watersheds and communities. Our work ensures that state waters support beneficial uses including recreational and business activities, supplies for clean drinking water, and the protection of fish, shellfish, wildlife, and public health.

Salary: $68,076.00 – $89,292.00 Annually

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

For more information click here; Call: (360) 407-6186


The Water Quality Program within the Department of Ecology, is looking for a Municipal Stormwater Grant Project Specialist (Environmental Specialist 4)

In this role, you will work with a dynamic team to assess and manage stormwater grant and loan projects that will benefit Washington State waters and the environment. You will also work with fellow stormwater staff to assess applicability of stormwater Best Management Practices (BMPs) to a range of water quality issues and learn about emerging water quality concerns. As a part of Ecology’s stormwater grant and loan project management team, we help facilitate the work happening on the ground that impacts local and state water quality goals
The mission of the Water Quality Program is to protect and restore Washington’s waters to sustain healthy watersheds and communities. Our work ensures that state waters support beneficial uses including recreational and business activities, supplies for clean drinking water, and the protection of fish, shellfish, wildlife, and public health.

This role has the opportunity to collaborate with, and learn from, a dynamic team of environmental professionals to review and assess stormwater grant and loan project that will benefit water quality in Washington state. The type of projects this position will manage typically address the design and/or construction of stormwater treatment facilities and BMPs that utilize low impact development and source control efforts. This position can help guide those efforts and projects to have the best benefit on water quality.  

Salary: $58,656.00 – $76,920.00 Annually

Closing Date: July 25, 2022

For more information click here; Call: (360) 407-6186


The City of Bremerton, is looking for a Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator Trainee

Under general supervision, performs various functions in support of Fox Island Mutual

Under direct supervision, operates the city of Bremerton’s Class IV secondary wastewater treatment plant, eastside UV/CSO plant (ESTP), and WWTP odor control system, and related equipment. Performs skilled, journeyman-level work in monitoring, repairing and controlling the functioning of plant equipment and processes to ensure compliance with state and federal standards and NPDES requirements.

Representative Essential Duties and Responsibilities

 

(Note – This list is intended only to illustrate the various types of work that may be performed.  The omission of specific statements does not exclude them from the position.)

Salary: $28.32 – $33.36 Hourly

Closing Date: First Review of Applications – July 20

For more information click here; Call: (360) 473-5348


The Blue Rock Water Company, is looking for a Certified Water Service Operator

A Certified Water System Operator (CWSO) interfaces with customers and regulators to provide a safe and clean water supply to over 900 residences throughout Washington State. The successful candidate will have excellent interpersonal skills, strong verbal communication abilities, knowledge and ability to use electronic recordkeeping system, team orientated approach, time management skills, and be adept at problem-solving.

This is a full-time position. The Water Service Operator is an hourly position and may work more than eight hours per day or 40 hours per week. The Water Service Operator can be on call 24 hours per day and may be called back to work before or after normal work hours and/or on a scheduled day off. Any work more than 40 hours per week is overtime. Any call-out time on weekends or before/after regular work hours is paid at the overtime rate. If the Water Service Operator is placed
on an official “on-call” status, that status qualifies for “on-call” pay. The Water Treatment Plant Operator performs a variety of semi-skilled and skilled technical and maintenance work in the operations, maintenance, and repair of the water treatment plants and system. The CWSO is responsible for performing or managing the water system’s daily operations and maintenance activities at or above acceptable public health practices and water industry standards (chapter 246-290 WAC).
BRWCO water systems are located throughout Western Washington

Salary: $45,000 – $60,000

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

For more information click here


The Clallam County PUD No. 1, is looking for a Water and Wastewater Technician

We are seeking a Water and Wastewater Technician to construct and maintain the district’s water and wastewater systems in a manner that ensures economical use of personnel, vehicles, equipment and materials. Perform activities associated with the operation of the systems to facilitate accomplishment of the district’s mission.

Education, Experience and Training: Must have 3 years’ experience in water and wastewater systems or pass a District competency test and must be State certified as a Water Distribution Manager I.

Other Requirements: Must pass a District physical examination and be able to perform essential job functions. Must have a valid Washington State driver’s license with a safe driving record.

Salary: $39.10 per hour (effective 5/1/2022)

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

For more information click here; Call: 360-565-3276

Full Job Description Here


The Washington Water Service, is looking for a Collector/Meter Reader

The Collector/Meter Reader obtains water meter reads for all commercial and residential customers at a designated location based upon a route; assists with assigning new meters to routes and reroutes as necessary; assess meters for defects; reports tampering and potential cross connection situations; obtains reads for start/stop of service; disconnects service as necessary for delinquent customers. This position is located in Gig Harbor, WA.

Salary: $37,500 – $65,000

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

For more information click here; Call: 253 851 4060


The Department of Ecology, is looking for an Urban Waters and Industrial Stormwater Permit Manager in Spokane County – Spokane, WA

The Water Quality Program within the Department of Ecology is looking to fill an Urban Waters and Industrial Stormwater Permit Manager (Environmental Specialist 4) position. This position is located in our Eastern Regional Office (ERO) in Spokane, WA, and is not currently required to work in the office on a regular basis.
Are you interested in helping reduce toxic pollution in major eastern Washington rivers, including the Spokane River? Could you see yourself evaluating sources of toxics and being part of a team working on clean up actions? How about implementing the Washington’s Industrial stormwater permit to ensure pollutants are not running off industrial sites and contaminating streams and rivers? If so, this position could be for you!

This position performs tasks associated with identifying and reducing toxic pollution in eastern Washington urban waters. These tasks include planning; conducting source assessments, water and soil monitoring; inspecting facilities to reduce toxic pollution, identifying control actions and cleanup actions; and providing technical advice to external stakeholders. This position also manages the Industrial Stormwater General Permit in 13 eastern Washington counties to ensure facilities gain coverage and protect water quality consistent with the permit.

Salary: $54,108.00 – $70,956.00 Annually

Closing Date: open until filled

For more information click here; email: careers@ecy.wa.gov


The Department of Ecology, is looking for a Watershed Management Section Senior Planner

The Water Quality Program within the Department of Ecology is looking to fill a Watershed Management Section Senior Planner (Environmental Planner 5) position. This position is located in our Headquarters Office in Lacey, WA.
In this position, you will work with technical and policy experts on an ever-changing set of topics related to implementing new legislative directives, federal Clean Water Act Programs, as well as Washington State programs related to Washington’s Water Pollution Control Act:
• Water Clean Up Plans- Total Maximum Daily Loads
• List of Polluted waters (303 d list)
• Development of Water Quality Standards
• Implementation of the State Nonpoint Pollution Control Program
Given the number of complex and significant projects we are managing within the section, we need a team member to work with and get input from external and tribal partners. We need somebody with great communication and organizational skills to assist us in reaching inside and outside of the section.

If you enjoy working on challenging projects, distilling key policy and technical information to help make decisions, and want to work with others to solve issues, this is your job!

Salary: $72,756.00 – $95,484.00 Annually

Closing Date: open until filled

For more information click here, email: careers@ecy.wa.gov


The City of Chehalis, WA, is looking for a Water Superintendent

This is a regular, full-time, non-represented FLSA Exempt position in the Public Works Street Division with a 2022 salary range of $69,756 to $84,768. Benefits include available medical, dental, vision, EAP, and Retirement.

This is a highly responsible supervisory position in the construction, operation, repair, maintenance, and all related phases of municipal water systems. The position is also responsible for the development and implementation of departmental policy, supervision and evaluation of staff, division programs, projects, budget preparation, invoice approval, and other related work as directed.

Salary: $69,756 to $84,768 DOE

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

For more information click here

Mail applications and resume to Glenn Schaffer / HR Manager
350 N. Market Blvd.  Chehalis, WA 98532, or email to: gschaffer@ci.chehalis.wa.us


The City of Bingen, WA, is looking for a Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator or Manager

The City of Bingen, Washington, is recruiting for a Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator or Manager who understands all aspects of biological wastewater treatment. We are seeking either an Operator (Level II Certification) or Manager (Level III Certification), with the step corresponding to certification as recognized by the Washington State Department of Ecology. This position is supervised by the City Administrator and performs the general operations and maintenance of the City’s Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP). The person in this role is responsible for the safe operation of the WWTP within the guidelines set by the multiple State regulatory agencies.

Salary: Annual Base Salary of $57,167-$80,776

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

To Apply:
Submit a cover letter and a resume to City Hall at 112 N Ash, PO Box 607, Bingen, WA 98650, or by email to administrator@bingenwashington.org. Job descriptions of each role are posted on the City’s website at www.bingenwashington.org.

For more information click here 


The Mt. View-Edgewood Water Company, WA, is looking for a Field Technician

This is a full time, entry-level position that serves as a member of the MTVE field staff for all field operations and maintenance functions. Primary duties that will be developed with training include installation and maintenance of potable water distribution system components, leak repairs, system flushing, lock-up functions, and system emergency response. This position also assists with utility locates, inventory and tool maintenance, vehicle and equipment readiness and maintenance, and well site operations. The position reports to the Field Lead and General Manager.

Must reside within 30 minutes of utility service area for on call rotation purposes

Salary: hourly pay range is currently $23.00 – $25.00

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

For more information click here or call (253) 863-7348


The Lewis County Water (Sewer) District No. 2, Onalaska, WA, is looking for a Plant Operator 2/Water Distribution Manager 2

Lewis County Water (Sewer) District No. 2, Onalaska, WA is seeking a qualified applicant for the position of Waste-Water Treatment Plant Operator 2/Water Distribution Manager 2 (or the ability to obtain the needed level 2 certification within six months). Competitive salary and benefit. Anticipated pay range $4,400-$5,800 DOQ. For more information or to submit a cover letter and resume email LCWD2@lewiscounty.com or call (360)978-5191 with questions.
Position remains open until filed. Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

Salary: $4,400-$5,800 DOQ

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

For more information click here or call: (360)978-5191


The Grays Harbor County, Montesano, WA, is looking for a Utility Operator II/III

This position oversees the operation and maintenance of County-owned utility systems including wastewater treatment plants, collections systems and water systems to ensure appropriate treatment of wastewater and drinking water for the citizens.

Employees in this position may be required to perform portions or all of the duties normally falling under positions within or below this classification depending on current workload and staffing requirements.  Other duties may be assigned as required.

Salary: $51,648.00 – $72,096.00 Annually

Closing Date: Open Until Filled

For more information click here or call: 360-249-4144


The City of Edmonds, Edmonds, WA, is looking for a WWTP Operator

Under the direction of the WWTP (Wastewater Treatment Plant) Manager, the Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) Operator receives assignments from the Manager and/or Lead Operator via work orders, mail or written log that requires the incumbent to understand, investigate and determine the appropriate procedures to follow to complete the work.  The WWTP Operator works independently with little or no direct supervision; monitors and evaluates plant operations; monitors incineration process; conducts basic preventative maintenance and makes appropriate adjustments to ensure compliance with permit regulations. Work is reviewed in progress and upon completion for compliance with instructions and work standards. 

Salary: $5,547.00 – $8,201.00 Monthly

Closing Date: Open until filled

For more information click here or call 425-775-7740


The Department of Ecology, Shoreline, WA, is looking for a Construction Stormwater Compliance Specialist (Environmental Specialist 4)

This position is located in our Northwest Regional Office (NWRO) in Shoreline, WA, and is eligible for a telework/in-office or fieldwork hybrid schedule. You will have the opportunity to telework or conduct fieldwork the majority of your week and should live within a commutable distance to our Shoreline office for in-person meetings, fieldwork, and activities.

Are you interested in reducing toxic threats to people and the environment? As a Compliance Specialist, a typical day might include enforcing an Order that is set to protect our waters from contamination, reviewing toxics data to set requirements to prevent pollution, or providing technical assistance in the field to assure that best management practices are being used so that erosion doesn’t damage a salmon-bearing stream.

Salary: $54,108.00 – $70,956.00 Annually

Closing Date: Open until filled (initial screening March 17, 2022)

For more information click here or call (360) 407-6186


The Kitsap County, Poulsbo, WA, is looking for an INSTRUMENT & CONTROL TECHNICIAN.

The incumbent for the Sewer Utility Instrument and Control Technician position is skilled in the installation, operation, maintenance, calibration, repair, and replacement of instrumentation, SCADA, radio telemetry, and electronic controls of equipment used in wastewater treatment process and sewer pumping facilities.

Salary: $59,779.20 – $84,468.80 Annually

Closing Date: Open until filled

For more information click here or call 360.337.7185


The City of Bremerton, WA, is looking for an Engineering Technician IV.

Under limited direction assists project engineers in the design and construction management of major construction projects or lead inspection of utility (water, wastewater and storm water) and transportation projects.   Performs customer service and inspection to support development review and permitting for private construction projects. Provides oversight and mentoring of junior engineering staff.

Salary: $34.00 – $40.12 per hour

Closing Date:  Open until filled

For more information click here or call 360-473-5846.


The Lakehaven Water and Sewer District, Federal Way, WA, is looking for the following positions:

Salary: Varies by position

Closing Date: Open until filled

For more information click here or call 253-941-1516 .


The Cross Valley Water District, Snohomish, WA, is looking for an Inspector / Utility Service Worker II.

This position is responsible for repair, maintenance, installation, inspection, and adjustment of the district’s water distribution system, sewage collection system, plants, and reservoirs. This position performs varied manual work and operates heavy and specialized equipment to maintain and/or repair water distribution and wastewater collection systems. This position requires moderate supervision.

Salary: $5,703.00 – $7,643.00/monthly

Closing Date: 02/25/22 – 10:00am – First Review

For more information click here or call 360-668-6766.


The Cross Valley Water District, Snohomish, WA, is looking for a Utility Service Worker I.

This position is responsible for repair, maintenance, installation, inspection, and adjustment of the district’s water distribution system, sewage collection system, plants, and reservoirs. This position performs varied manual work and operates heavy and specialized equipment to maintain and/or repair water distribution and wastewater collection systems. This position requires moderate supervision.

Salary: $5,127.00 – $6,870.00/monthly

Closing Date: 02/25/22 – 10:00am – First Review

For more information click here or call 360-668-6766.


The City of Chehalis, WA, is looking for a Water Superintendent. 

This is a highly responsible supervisory position in the construction, operation, repair, maintenance, and all related phases of municipal water systems.  The position is also responsible for the development and implementation of departmental policy, supervision and evaluation of staff, division programs, projects, budget preparation, invoice approval, and other related work as directed. 

Salary: $69,756 to $84,768 annually

Closing Date: open until filled. 

For more information click here or call (360) 748-0238.