Utility Project Coordinator
The Utility Project Coordinator is responsible for inspecting sanitary sewer and water systems and administering programs to ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations. This position is also responsible for coordinating water and sewer improvement projects and developing/implementing work plans to resolve problems and ensure compliance.
Essential Job Functions
Provides inspection and direction for projects relating to water and sewer infrastructure; monitors testing of Water and Sewer infrastructure; represents the City in construction meetings including progress and preconstruction and provides updated timelines and possible conflicts.
Reviews plans and construction documents to identify conflicts in infrastructure projects to assure proper construction; reviews technical specifications in regards to water and sewer infrastructure and makes recommendations for approval or alternative material; identifies and orders material to accommodate city infrastructure projects.
Operates and monitors water and sewer systems using flow meters, leak detection equipment, visual inspection, etc.; compiles and analyzes field data to be utilized in the development and design of various water and sewer system improvement projects; assists in developing programs to obtain water and sewer system data, including but not limited to CMOM, I&I, flushing and cross connection related projects.
Additional job functions listed on the application website.
Minimum Required Qualifications
High school diploma or GED; supplemented by five years of progressively responsible operational experience and/or technical training in utility construction and maintenance, and interpretation of blueprints and engineering plans; or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities for this position.
Required Licenses and Certifications:
Valid State Driver’s License
Erosion and Sediment Control Certification
Pipeline Assessment & Certification Program (PACP)
Desired Education and Certifications:
Associate’s degree in a relevant field or two years of training at a technical school
Water Distribution System Operator (Class V)
The incumbent will be required to obtain the following certifications provided by the City:
Confined Space Entry
CPR / First Aid