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The town of Webster Water Department is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Water Operator in the Webster Water Department. Candidates must possess a Grade 2D MA Certified Drinking Water Operators License and a Grade 1T MA Certified Drinking Water Operators License; a valid MA Class B CDL and Class 2B hydraulics license; high school graduate or GED and five years of experience as a public water supply operator in MA. The workweek ordinarily consists of Monday through Friday in addition to an alternating weekend work schedule. The ability to respond swiftly and effectively to emergencies is required. The position also requires the ability to lift heavy materials and to work independently to complete assigned tasks despite varying weather conditions. Routine work includes meter reading/repair, maintenance of grounds and facilities, Repairing and maintaining hydrants, services, main lines, and appurtenances. Working knowledge of drinking water disinfection, corrosion control systems, water mains, services, meters, hydrants, and water pump stations is highly desirable.
Hourly wage range: $24.26 per hour to $27.93 per hour
This is a union position within the Local 888 SEIU bargaining agency. Interested parties should submit a resume and employment application to Ms. Michelle Roy, Administrative Assistant, Town of Webster DPW/Water Division, 38 Hill Street, P.O. Box 793, Webster, MA 01570, or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Employment applications may be obtained from the Office of the Town Administrator, 350 Main Street, Webster, MA, or online at www.webster-ma.gov. The position will remain open until filled. EEO/AA employer.