SEWER PLANT OPERATOR – Full-time position with benefits. Under the direction of the Director of Wastewater Operations the Sewer Plant Operator will be responsible for the operation, maintenance and repair of sewage treatment plants. Examples of job responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following: makes regular inspections of plant and equipment to ascertain that it is in proper operation; monitors records; gauges meters and other plant testing and measuring devices to ensure proper quality of effluent; makes changes or adjustments in plant operations as required to improve the treatment process; keeps abreast of professional developments in wastewater treatment fields; keeps records and prepares reports; performs laboratory tests when required; starts, stops and makes repairs to pumps, motors and equipment; works overtime as needed or required; performs other work as required or assigned, most notably in the collection system, pump stations or any of the other sewage treatment facilities; when not engaged in Sewer Plant Operator activities performs the tasks of Sewer Collection Systems Equipment Operator, Sewer Plant Operator Trainee, Sewer Maintenance Worker, and Sewer Laborer. Required Technical Skills & Knowledge: thorough knowledge of sewage treatment plant principles and operating practices; good mechanical ability; some knowledge of laboratory procedures with respect to the testing of wastewater. Desired Skills & Knowledge: four (4) years of demonstrated success in the operation, repair and maintenance of sewage treatment plants. Required Education/Certification/License: Possession of an S1 Treatment Operator’s License issued by the NJ Department of Environmental Protection, a high school diploma or equivalent. Desired Education/Certification/License: S2 Treatment Operator’s License and a CDL Class B with Tanker Endorsement, successful completion of a basic and advanced water and wastewater courses offered by the NJ Department of Environmental Protection, or any equivalent combination of experience and any training which provides the required knowledges skills and abilities. A valid NJ Driver’s License and NJ residency are required. If you would like to be considered, please submit your letter of interest and resume to Tamarah Novak, Personnel Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or in person to the Township Administration office, 2261 Route 206, Belle Mead, NJ 08502. EOE.
SEWER COLLECTION SYSTEMS EQUIPMENT OPERATOR – Full-time position with benefits. This position will comply with Montgomery Township Sewer Utility/Department of Public Works Safety Programs and all Local, State and Federal safety requirements and regulations. Must maintain a good working relationship with other employees. Responsible for maintenance of entire Township collection system including pump stations. Knowledge in work area traffic safety, use of all job related forms of equipment and proper communication with Township Officials, residents, departments and emergency services. Other duties include but are not limited to: routine surveillance of collection systems and pump stations; responds to alarms at plants and pump stations; operation of Jet/Vac Truck, Sludge Tanker Truck and TV inspection equipment on a routine and emergency basis; ability to work weekends on a rotational on-call basis with overtime scheduled, as well as needed emergency basis both in the capacity of general sewerage treatment plant process and collection system necessities; perform easement maintenance; repair broken or leaking pipes or manholes; use portable flow monitoring devices and interpret data; maintain air-release valves; troubleshoot mechanical and electrical components; etc. Candidates must have 1 to 3 years demonstrated experience working in Wastewater Treatment and/or Collection Systems; understand the working knowledge of Township Sewer Utility Facilities; a high school diploma or equivalent. Desired, but not required, is a Collection Systems License (C1/C2). A Valid NJ Commercial Driver’s License Class B with Tanker Endorsement and NJ residency are required. If you would like to be considered, please submit your letter of interest and resume to Tamarah Novak, Personnel Coordinator, at email@example.com or in person to the Township Administration office, 2261 Route 206, Belle Mead, NJ, 08502. EOE.
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Summer Camp Employment
Montgomery Township is hiring camp counselors and C.I.T.’s for the 2019 Summer Camp Program running June 26 – August 9, 2019. In order to be considered for a camp counselor position you must be mature, outgoing, energetic and responsible; be able to attend a mandatory camp orientation on Saturday, June 15, 2019; be available for the entire duration of our camp (June 26-August 9, 2019). We do not allow vacation time. Mandatory sports camps or college orientations are excused. However, documentation is required and we must know dates prior to the start of camp. If you are under the age of 18 you must provide working papers from your high school. Please visit the Guidance Department at your high school for more information.
The CIT Program provides teenagers (ages 14 and 15 by June 25, 2019) with the opportunity to gain valuable experience as a volunteer member of the Montgomery Township Recreation Summer staff. Participants too young for employment may contribute their time and energy to receive important hands-on training in caring for children in a playground setting. C.I.T.’s will work with campers in 1st-6th grade. For further information, please call the Montgomery Recreation Department at (609) 466-3023. One (1) letter of recommendation must be sent separately from the employment application to the Recreation Department (see address in link). C.I.T.’s must be able to: attend a mandatory orientation meeting on Saturday, June 15, 2019; conduct themselves in an appropriate manner; follow the directions of their site supervisor and other Recreation Department staff; be present for 85% of the camp program (must work 5 days a week for 5 out of the 6 weeks of camp). **Please note there are limited positions available – applications must be received by April 1, 2019.
If you would like to submit an application for either counselor or C.I.T. please follow the instructions per this link: https://recreation.montgomery.nj.us/
PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE – Part-time (19 hrs/wk) or full-time (35 hrs/wk). Under the direction and supervision of the Health Officer the Public Health Nurse will provide skilled public nursing service and health counseling in the community, schools, and public health department. The Public Health Nurse will teach, counsel & conduct epidemiological investigations; provide nursing services to individuals & families in the community for public health agency; use knowledge from nursing, social and public health science to promote and protect the health of populations through the performance of core public health functions and deliver essential public health services. Other duties include but are not limited to: investigating and documenting communicable disease reports; providing vaccinations to children & adults under “standing orders”; immunization audits at schools and daycares; individual and group diabetes/chronic disease management education (“Taking Control” or equivalent evidence-based program) and prevention; participates in community screening events and follow-up; develops protocol for insurance reimbursement for eligible preventive services; implements Employee Wellness programs for municipal workforce and other employers; emergency preparedness community education and disaster response. Candidates must have a BSN from an accredited college or university (candidates within 6 months of receiving a BSN will be considered); a NJ State Board of Nursing License; a minimum of one year experience in public health preferred; experience in assessing & identifying populations at risk: providing outreach & case finding using population-based services and using systematic, relevant data collection from public health nursing practice for community health assessment; experienced use of case information and epidemiological methods to link epidemiology and a clinical understanding of health and illness. Must complete a course in population-based public health nursing within one year of employment. A valid NJ Driver’s License and NJ residency are required. If you would like to be considered, please submit your letter of interest and resume to Tamarah Novak, Personnel Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or in person to the Township Administration office, 2261 Route 206, Belle Mead, NJ 08502. EOE. 12/05/18