We’re Hiring a Full-Time Water Plant Supervisor
How to Apply
- Required Application Documents
- Job Application (download here)
- Cover Letter stating why you are interested in the position (in Microsoft Word or pdf format)
- Resume including recent positions and list of qualifications (in Microsoft Word or pdf format)
- Three (3) Ways to Submit:
- Position will remain open until filled; first review of applications on March 31, 2023
Any questions? Give us a call at City Hall (509) 548-5275.
Job Description Overview
CITY OF LEAVENWORTH
POSITION TITLE: WATER PLANT SUPERVISOR
REPORTS TO: PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR
DEPARTMENT: PUBLIC WORKS
POSITIONS SUPERVISED: Water Plant Operators
FLSA STATUS: Full-time, non-exempt, union
SALARY RANGE: $6,107-$6,878 per month; 6 month probationary period
Under direction from the Public Works Director, the Water Plant Supervisor plans, directs, and supervises the operations and maintenance of the City’s Water Treatment Plant, wells, booster pumps, and reservoirs. This individual plans, coordinates, assigns and supervises the work of various crews involved in the Water Division; provides technical staff assistance, training, and performs related work as required; and in coordination with others plans and recommends long range capital improvements for the facility.
Performs and oversees regular and recurring operation, maintenance, troubleshooting, modification, and repair work of the Water Treatment Plant and equipment to control the flow and production of water, and to conduct standard tests required by the Department of Health and Department of Ecology. Provides work direction of assigned employees.
Responsible for the City’s day-to-day water quality compliance testing programs and operations, and for meeting all governmental reporting requirements. Maintains the City’s water sampling program, cross connections program, and analyzes information to identify preventive and corrective maintenance problems and recommends maintenance priorities. Performs primary and secondary maintenance duties as assigned. Assists the City with planning, directing, maintenance, operation, and coordination of activities related to all water quality system operations.
The chosen candidate will spend time training under the outgoing supervisor as a result of a scheduled retirement for September 2023.
For more information about the job and requirements, please see the full job description below.