Last Update: July 27, 2015

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Engineering Manager

SUMMARY OF POSITION:
The Manager of Engineering serves as the principal representative for the Authority on capital projects and manages the Authority’s technical support efforts provided through the engineering, information technology (IT) and environmental laboratory departments. The position responsibilities include technical evaluations, development and implementation of engineered solutions, identification of funding sources, negotiation of contracts and supervision of construction for the projects and problems facing the Authority.

ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS:

  • Reports to: General Manager.
  • Directs: Technical support staff, including the Engineering, Environmental Lab and IT Departments.
  • Other: Has daily contact with operations staff and administrative staff and regular contact with the Board of Directors, customers, other agencies and consultants including engineering, legal and financial.

EXAMPLES OF WORK:
Essential Duties:

  • Establish and manage departmental budgets for the Engineering Department, the IT Department and the Environmental Laboratory.
  • Prepare project cost estimates and coordinate annual capital budget and five year capital program with Water Supply Manager.
  • Manage the in-house engineering efforts of the Authority as the engineer-of-record for plan, specifications and estimate preparation, contact management and construction oversight.
  • Prepare preliminary engineering analysis and cost estimates for proposed projects at the direction of the General Manager.
  • Oversee implementation of capital improvements program.
  • Perform hydraulic evaluations of freshwater distribution canals and develop recommendations based on the evaluations.
  • Evaluate water rights, permit amendments and water availability, including the impact of proposed water right amendments by others on the Authority’s rights.
  • Manage real estate concerns such as right-of-way estate evaluation, permitting and encroachment issues.
  • Assist in the development of operational program plans such as management of invasive species, freshwater supply management and protection, and new facility start-ups.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with various agencies, including TCEQ, US Army Corps of Engineers, USGS, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and others.
  • Coordinate projects with engineering, surveying and other outside technical consultants.

Other important duties:

  • Conduct boundary, construction and analytical surveys as needed.
  • Attend various professional meetings.
  • Perform such other related duties as may be assigned.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Knowledge of: Knowledge of: the art and science of engineering especially the field of civil works related to water supply.

Minimum Skill/Ability to: manage the preparation of plans and technical specifications for the construction of public works; operate a computer using standard drafting and engineering analysis software; establish and maintain effective working relationships with others; and demonstrate proficiency in oral and written communication.

Preferred Skill/Ability to: perform detailed structural design and hydraulic analysis; develop databases for information management and evaluation of metrics such as efficiencies and productivity; and design of highly detailed operational programs with consideration of numerous independent/external parameters.

ACCEPTABLE EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING:
Minimum: The position requires a person holding a bachelor’s degree in engineering, plus at least eight years experience in the engineering field; or any equivalent combination of experience and training, which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.

Preferred: Knowledge of Texas water law and water rights adjudication and amendment process; experience in real estate research, and surveying practices and procedures; and proficiency in hydraulic and hydrologic modeling software, particularly software recognized by the State in evaluation of water availability and water rights, is preferred for this position.

CERTIFICATES AND LICENSES REQUIRED:

  • License to practice as a Professional Engineer (PE) in the State of Texas is required.
  • License to practice as a Registered Professional Land Surveyor (RPLS) or Licensed State Land Surveyor (LSLS) in the State of Texas is beneficial.
  • Valid Texas Driver License

PAY GROUP: B8 ($106,876 - $163,875)
SALARY: Dependent upon qualifications

CLOSING DATE: Open until filled.


Engineer

SUMMARY OF POSITION:
The Engineer for the Authority will engage in the “practice of engineering,” as defined by the Texas Engineering Practice Act (Texas Civil Statutes, Article 3271a), on behalf of the Authority.

ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS:

  • Reports to: Manager of Engineering.
  • Directs: May provide direction to Engineering Technicians and/or Engineering Assistants.
  • Other: Has daily contact with administrative and operations staff and occasional contact with the Board of Directors, customers, other agencies and outside consultants.

EXAMPLES OF WORK:
Essential Duties:

  • At the direction of the Manager of Engineering, provides direct technical support for maintenance of the canal and pumping system.
  • Assist Manager of Engineering with capital program project evaluation, cost estimates and implementation.
  • Assist Manager of Engineering in the preparation of preliminary engineering analysis and cost estimates for proposed projects.
  • Assist in the in-house engineering efforts of the Authority with plan, specifications and estimate preparation for various construction projects including engineered solutions to conventional challenges of the Authority such as water, sewer, paving, drainage, and water control and distribution projects. May direct draftsmen, survey crews and technicians in support of plan and specification development for specific projects.
  • At the direction of the Manager of Engineering, independently prepares bid packages and manages the bid process for various construction contracts.
  • Provide oversight and inspection on various in-house and contractor constructed projects for the Authority, including managing project specific budgets.
  • Assist Manager of Engineering with preparation of preliminary engineering analysis and cost estimates for proposed capital projects.
  • Perform hydraulic evaluations of freshwater distribution canals and water availability models.
  • May provide recommendations based on analytical results.
  • Assist Manager of Engineering with evaluation of water rights, permit amendments and water availability, including the impact of proposed water right amendments by others on the Authority’s rights.
  • Assist Manager of Engineering and operations staff with the identification and interpretation of real property conveyance documents concerning Authority right-of-ways.
  • Provide technical support to operations departments through the development of operational programs and the specific implementation tools such as spreadsheets and databases for new projects or expanded operational criteria and/or constraints such as new environmental legislation, new challenges such as invasive species, or health, safety and welfare concerns of the Authority.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with various agencies, including TCEQ, US Army Corps of Engineers, USGS, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and others.
  • Coordinate projects with engineering, surveying and other outside technical consultants.
Other Important Duties:
  • Attends various professional meetings.
  • Coordinate projects with engineering consultants.
  • Assist with surveying data collection, processing and analysis.
  • Performs such other related duties as may be assigned.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Knowledge of: the art and science of engineering, especially the field of civil works related to water supply.

Skill/Ability to: prepare plans and technical specifications for the construction of public works; operate a computer using Microsoft Office products and standard engineering analysis software; establish and maintain effective working relationships with others; and demonstrate proficiency in oral and written communication.

Preferred Skill/Ability to: perform detailed structural design and hydraulic analysis; develop and manipulate databases for information management and evaluation; and evaluate and make recommendations for detailed operational programs with consideration of numerous independent/external parameters.

ACCEPTABLE EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING:
Minimum: The position requires a person holding a bachelor’s degree in engineering, plus at least five years experience in the engineering field; or any equivalent combination of experience and training, which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.

Preferred: Knowledge of surveying practices and procedures, and proficiency in hydraulic and hydrologic modeling software, particularly software recognized by the State in evaluation of water availability and water rights, is preferred for this position.

CERTIFICATES AND LICENSES REQUIRED:
License to practice as a Professional Engineer in the State of Texas is preferred. At a minimum the position requires a person holding a valid Certification of Engineer-In-Training with the ability to obtain registration in the State of Texas as a Professional Engineer within one year of date of employment.

Valid Texas Driver License

PAY GROUP: B5
SALARY: Dependent upon qualifications.

CLOSING DATE:
Open until filled.


Maintenance Worker

SUMMARY OF POSITION:
Assists in construction and maintenance tasks of the Authority's canal system, including operating construction and maintenance equipment as necessary, such as mowers, trucks, tractors, chainsaws, etc.

ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS:

  • Reports to: Canal Superintendent; may receive assignments from Crew Leader at work sites.
  • Directs: This is a non-supervisory position.
  • Other: Has daily contact with other Authority personnel; has occasional contact with Authority customers.

EXAMPLES OF WORK:
Essential Duties:

  • Maintain punctual, regular attendance and work the scheduled hours.
  • Assists in construction and maintenance of the canal system.
  • Performs carpentry work in the construction of canal structures.
  • Installs and replaces concrete and aluminum piping and water meters.
  • Builds barbed-wire fences.
  • Ties steel reinforcement for concrete projects.
  • Mixes, pours, and finishes concrete in the construction of water gates, columns, flumes, floors, walls, bridges, etc.
  • Clears vegetation and debris from canals and canal banks, including operating mowers and chainsaws and applying herbicides.
  • Repairs leaks in levees and canal gates.
  • Loads and unloads equipment or supplies onto or off of truck, and transports to or from work sites.
  • Operates tractors, vehicles, chippers, etc., as necessary.

Other important duties: Performs other duties as may be assigned.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Knowledge of: construction and maintenance practices related to large-scale water supply/canal systems.

Required Skill/Ability to:demonstrate proficiency in written and oral communication; understand numeric data; read, interpret and follow maps; complete necessary paperwork and/or reports accurately, legibly, and promptly; maintain appropriate Texas Driver License (applicable to job responsibilities) and good driving record; tolerate outside working conditions, including exposure to adverse weather conditions; and establish and maintain effective working relationships with other Authority employees and customers.

PREFERRED OR DESIRABLE KNOWLEDGE SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Skill/Ability to:operate computer, including email, word processing, and spreadsheets (Microsoft Office Suite); use computer spreadsheets for data entry; and use Google Earth programs.

ACCEPTABLE EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING:
High school graduation, or its equivalent, plus at least two years of related work experience or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.

CERTIFICATES AND LICENSES REQUIRED:
Appropriate Texas Driver License

CERTIFICATES AND LICENSES PREFERRED:
Texas Class A Commercial Driver License (CDL)

PAY GROUP: A2-A4
SALARY RANGE: $11.34 - $20.28 (Dependent on experience and qualifications)

CLOSING DATE: Open until filled.


LNVA-NRTP Technical Assistant

SUMMARY OF POSITION:
The LNVA-North Regional Treatment Plant (NRTP) Technical Assistant is responsible for assisting the NRTP management and supervisor staff with development and implementation of administrative, accounting, regulatory permitting and compliance, safety, operational, and maintenance activities associated with the North Regional Treatment Plant.

ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS:

  • Reports to: LNVA-NRTP Utilities Manager.
  • Directs: Assists Operations, Maintenance, and Laboratory department supervisors with oversight of employees in their absence.
  • Other: Has regular contact with Authority employees, User representatives, other governmental entities, vendor representatives, and outside consultants.

EXAMPLES OF WORK:
Essential Duties:
Assist Utilities Manager with:

  • development of annual NRTP O&M and Capital Budget proposals.
  • development, implementation and periodic review of NRTP administrative, operations, laboratory, safety, emergency response, and maintenance Standard Operating Procedures.
  • development and submittal of NRTP regulatory permit renewal applications.
  • monitoring and ensuring compliance with regulatory permits.
  • long-range planning and development of programs and projects designed to maintain or enhance integrity of treatment system and infrastructure.
  • review of Federal Register, Texas Register and other regulatory publications to monitor applicable proposed and adopted regulations.
  • development of recommendations to User representatives for potential improvements in water management programs and other projects designed to reduce load to the NRTP.
Assist Assistant Utilities Manager with:
  • coordination of special circumstance process operation activities to ensure facility remains in compliance with TPDES Permit operating requirements and effluent discharge limits.
  • monitoring long-term plant process performance and operating trends, determining operating targets and limits, and developing cost-effective programs for process chemical and equipment utilization.
  • development and submittal of RCRA Biennial Report, NESHAP Reporting, Annual Waste Summary, RCRA Groundwater Detection Monitoring sampling and reporting, Air Emissions Inventory modeling and reporting, SARA Title III TRI reporting, SARA Tier II reporting, Source Reduction/Waste Minimization Plan and Progress Reports.
Assist Maintenance Supervisor with:
  • special maintenance project planning, scope of work development and scheduling.
  • evaluation of equipment inspection, performance and reliability programs.
  • coordination of plant safety programs, HAZCOM Program, RCRA HW Permit unit post-closure care inspections, and annual OSHA Noise Survey.
Other important duties:
  • Provide supplemental assistance to all plant departments as requested, including departmental supervision relief and on-call assignments.
  • Perform other related duties as assigned.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Knowledge of: the operations, maintenance and regulatory requirements associated with an industrial wastewater treatment plant.

Skills in: preparing O&M and capital budget proposals, cost projections and cost-benefit analyses; managing complex projects; development and presentation of process operations, maintenance, safety, HAZ COM, and RCRA training programs, evaluating and instructing staff.

Ability to: plan, organize, and manage multiple projects and priorities while working independently or in a team; interpret work from sketches, structural, piping, instrumentation and electrical blueprints, design drawings, maps, and NDT X-ray surveys; analyze problems, evaluate alternatives, and make sound decisions and recommendations; establish and maintain effective working relationships with others; and interface with User Project Engineers in the development and implementation of water management, transportation system, and treatment plant projects within the User facilities and the NRTP; proficiently operate computer using all Microsoft Suite products; demonstrate proficiency in both oral and written communication, understand and follow, as well as issue, verbal or written instructions; develop and complete written reports as needed; maintain accurate records, establish and maintain effective working relationships with customers, employees, outside agencies, and consultants, and able to work in a refining and petrochemical work environment.

ACCEPTABLE EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING:
B.S. Degree in either Engineering, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Biology, or other earth science discipline and at least two (2) years of water or wastewater treatment operations supervisor level experience; or any equivalent combination of experience and training that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.

CERTIFICATES AND LICENSES REQUIRED:
Texas driver’s license.

PHYSICAL EFFORT:
Climbs and works in high places and in confined areas below water level. Work frequently requires considerable pushing, pulling, carrying and lifting items weighing up to 50 pounds, occasionally to 100 pounds. Frequently requires standing, walking, kneeling, and bending.

WORKING CONDITIONS:
High noise levels from operations in the plant. Moderate noise levels from the equipment used for maintenance of the plant, such as mowers and weed eaters. Physical hazards from working in vicinity of high voltage, toxic chemicals, elevated areas, and confined spaces. Minor skin exposure to chemicals and oils.

PAY GROUP: C7 ($70,200 - $107,530)

CLOSING DATE: open until filled


Assistant Canal Superintendent

SUMMARY OF POSITION:
Assist the Canal Superintendent with oversight of the construction and maintenance of Authority canals and structures, including assigning tasks, maintaining necessary records, and preparing cost estimates and construction budgets.

ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS:

  • Reports to: Canal Superintendent.
  • Directs: Crew Leaders, Herbicide Applicator, Maintenance Workers, Heavy Equipment Operators, Equipment Operators, Canal Riders and Mechanic.
  • Other: Has regular contact with other Authority employees, customers, other governmental entities, outside consulting engineers, and utility companies.

EXAMPLES OF WORK:
Essential Duties:

  • Maintain 24/7 on call status for Canal Department division related emergency situations.
  • Assume duties of Canal Superintendent in his/her absence.
  • Assist the Canal Superintendent with oversight of the construction and maintenance of the Authority’s canals and structures. Review work order requests daily, identify critical repair items, and assign priorities.
  • Assist the Canal Superintendent with preparation of evaluations of employees who have worked under his/her direction throughout the year.
  • Responsible for coordinating the daily tasks of the field maintenance/construction crews with Crew Leaders. Advise the Canal Superintendent of canal maintenance problems that could adversely affect canal operations.
  • Responsible for preparation of weekly and monthly Operations Reports and assist the Canal Superintendent with development of performance metrics. As directed by the Canal Superintendent, advise and assist customers regarding water delivery issues and with requests for maintenance and construction projects. Submit any construction related estimates to the Canal Superintendent for approval.
  • Coordinate repair needs of light or heavy equipment with the Canal Mechanic. Advise the Canal Superintendent of any light or heavy equipment mechanical or safety issues that could adversely affect canal maintenance operations.
  • Review light and heavy equipment work order requests and coordinate identification of critical/emergency requests and work order priority with the Equipment Coordinators.
  • Assist the Vegetation Control Program Manager with the development and implementation of the LNVA Right of Way and Aquatic Herbicide Application Program. Submit bid requests for materials and supplies to the Canal Superintendent for approval and ensure that adequate inventories of materials and supplies are maintained.
  • Assist the Canal Superintendent with the preparation and implementation of the annual operating budget and ongoing cost control processes for the Canal Department.
  • Assist the Canal Superintendent with identifying canal system improvements that should be considered for inclusion in the 5-year capital improvement plan, and assist with capital project development and implementation as required.
Other Important Duties:
  • Performs such other related duties as may be assigned;

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Knowledge of: Construction and maintenance techniques for earthen, timber and concrete structures which may involve the use of heavy and light equipment.

Skills/Ability to: Effectively coordinate field construction activities; assure productive employee construction efforts; prepare accurate construction budgets and project cost estimates; maintain accurate records; utilize practical application of engineering and survey principles and practices; proficiently operate computer using all Microsoft Suite products; use and operate the LNVA SCADA system software; use Google Earth programs; demonstrate proficiency in both oral and written communication, understand and follow, as well as issue, verbal or written instructions; develop and complete written reports as needed; maintain accurate records, prepare accurate budgets and project cost estimates, establish and maintain effective working relationships with customers, Authority employees, outside agencies, consultants, and utility companies; and maintain appropriate necessary certifications.

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING:
High school graduation or its equivalent, plus at least four years of construction related experience, at least two of which involved supervision and/or coordinator/crew leader duties of work crews and/or employees.
or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.

CERTIFICATES AND LICENSES REQUIRED:
Appropriate Texas Driver License

CERTIFICATES AND LICENSES PREFERRED:
Pesticide Applicator License
Texas Class A Commercial Driver License (CDL)

PAY GROUP: B1
Annual Starting Pay: $47,902

CLOSING DATE: open until filled


West Regional Water Treatment Plant Operator

SUMMARY OF POSITION:
Under limited supervision, performs the day-to-day operations and maintenance duties associated with the operation of a 5 MGD surface water treatment facility. Has a working knowledge of required procedures, equipment and operating standards and is able to resolve routine problems.

ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS:

  • Reports to: Assistant Utilities Manager. Receives daily work assignments from the WRWTP Lead Operator.
  • Directs: This is a non-supervisory position.
  • Other: Has daily contact with WRWTP Lead Operator and WRWTP Maintenance Worker/Operator Trainee. Has regular contact with the Utilities Manager and the Assistant Utilities Manager.

RESPONSIBILITY:
Employee shall perform water treatment plant operations and maintenance at treatment plant and offsite facilities. Overtime, shift duty and on-call duties are required.

Operations: On a weekly rotating schedule; including nights, weekends, and holidays, performs total one-man operation of water treatment plant, off-site pump station and associated transmission system using computerized interfacing and hands-on operations.

Maintenance: When not performing operations, repairs and performs preventative maintenance on equipment and facilities at the West Regional Water Treatment Plant and at remote sites utilizing electrical, mechanical, welding, and hydraulic skills and the safe handling of chemicals.

EXAMPLES OF WORK:
Essential Duties:

  • Controls treatment plant devices and equipment to purify and clarify water for human consumption.
  • Operates and controls electric motors, pumps, valves to regulate flow.
  • Adds specified amounts of chemicals to achieve water quality goals.
  • Monitors and adjusts controls to regulate flow, pressure and distribution of water.
  • Repairs and lubricates machines and equipment using hand tools/power tools.
  • Tests water samples and interprets results.
  • Records data.
  • Communicates as needed via telephone, radio, and e-mail.
Other Important Duties:
  • Performs such other related duties as may be assigned.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Must have demonstrated skills in the setting of chemical feed rates, starting/stopping/controlling of pumps and water treatment equipment, lab tests for process control, interfacing with SCADA control systems through a centralized control room configuration, and management of daily distribution system demand by appropriate use of pumping and storage facilities.

Must have demonstrated skills in the maintenance of complex water treatment equipment, plants, and associated equipment. Must have demonstrated skills in the following areas: structural welding, advanced electrical circuitry including motor starter control/high voltages/test instruments, hydraulic equipment, lifting and hoisting systems, mechanical equipment repair/alignment/teardown/troubleshooting, safe handling of water treatment chemicals, repair and maintenance of water treatment chemical feed equipment, safe start-up and shut-down of water treatment equipment and processes, preventive maintenance and minor repair for large horsepower electric motors. Must have basic skills in carpentry, plumbing, electrical construction, and use of shop and hand tools.

Must be proficient with a personal computer, specifically MS Word and Excel. Must understand the use of mathematical formulas and demonstrates the ability to translate and compare own mathematical calculations to related data. Must also have the ability to use gathered information to determine the possible cause of a problem.

Ability to work a rotating 12-hour shift, assigned to either day or night.

ACCEPTABLE EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING:
High school graduation, or its equivalent, plus at least two years of general experience in the operation & maintenance of equipment similar to that of a conventional water treatment plant; or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.

CERTIFICATES AND LICENSES REQUIRED:
TCEQ Class “C” Surface Water Certificate
Appropriate Valid Texas Driver License

PHYSICAL EFFORT:
Climbs and works in high places and in confined areas below water level. Work frequently requires considerable pushing, pulling, carrying and lifting items weighing up to 50 pounds, occasionally to 100 pounds. Frequently requires standing, walking, kneeling, and bending.

WORKING CONDITIONS:
High noise levels from operations in plant. Physical hazards from working in vicinity of high voltage, toxic chemicals, elevated areas, and confined spaces. Minor skin exposure to chemicals and oils.

PAY GROUP: A8
SALARY: $25.00/hour for experienced/licensed operator

CLOSING DATE: open until filled


CANAL RIDER

SUMMARY OF POSITION:
Adjusts canal gates to provide adequate water to farmers, municipalities, and/or industrial customers as requested, records customer water usage, and evaluates and assists in maintenance and repair tasks within the canal system.

ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS:

  • Reports to: Canal Superintendent, may receive assignments from Crew Leader.
  • Directs: This is a non-supervisory position.
  • Other: Has daily contact with other Canal Riders, farmers, private industries, and municipal water plants, and has regular contact with other Authority employees.

EXAMPLES OF WORK:
Essential Duties:

  • Maintain punctual, regular attendance and work the scheduled hours.
  • Ensure adequate water supplies to farmers, municipalities, and/or industrial customers.
  • Monitor and maintain proper water levels in canals, and open or close water gates to supply customers as required. Perform preventative maintenance on remote operated gates and ensure accurate level sensor readings on SCADA system as scheduled.
  • Perform daily checks of canal system to identify leaks in levees and water gates, report location of problems for dispatch of repair crew, assist crews in repairs to canal system, and coordinate the location of pipelines in association with the repairs of leaks.
  • Maintain water meters including preventive maintenance, performing calibrations, and recording data on appropriate forms and/or spreadsheets.
  • Maintain accurate records of water usage by customers, including reading meters, and forward data to central office for customer billings.
  • Maintain daily knowledge of customer needs or problems.
Other Important Duties:
  • Performs such other related duties as may be assigned.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Knowledge of:
Open channel flow in a canal system through manipulation of various water control structures.

Skill/Ability to:
provide adequate water supplies to meet customer needs and ensure customer satisfaction; evaluate canal system problems and apply correct preventative or repair procedures as necessary; ability to operate computer, understand numeric data, and understand and use computer spreadsheets for data entry; ability to read and follow maps and Google Earth programs, ability to use and operate the LNVA SCADA system software; complete necessary paperwork and reports accurately, legibly, and promptly; and maintain appropriate Texas driver license applicable to job responsibilities and good driving record; tolerate outside working conditions, including exposure to adverse weather conditions; and establish and maintain effective working relationships with other Canal Riders, farmers, private industries, and municipal water plants, and other Authority employees.

PREFERRED/DESIRABLE KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
Preferred Skill/Ability to: Manage open channel flow in a canal system through manipulation of various water control structures and identify and resolve problems that may affect the water distribution system.

Desirable skill/ability to:
Proficiently operate computer, including email, word processing, and spreadsheets (Microsoft Office Suite).

ACCEPTABLE EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING:
High school graduation, or its equivalent, or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.

PREFERRED EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING:
Three years of water supply system and/or previous canal riding experience.

CERTIFICATES AND LICENSES REQUIRED:
Appropriate Texas Driver license.

Pay Range - $18.57/hour- $28.48/hour

CLOSING DATE: open until filled

If interested, submit resume and/or statement of qualifications to Annette Purington at the Authority's Administrative Office located at 7850 Eastex Freeway, Beaumont, Texas 77708.

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Lower Neches Valley Authority
Attn: Human Resource Department
7850 Eastex Freeway
Beaumont, TX 77708
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