Wastewater Operator

At Woodard & Curran, there's nothing we love more than a tough engineering challenge. We handle a wide range of water and environmental issues?solving complex problems with creativity and tenacity. That's how we make a difference to our clients, people, and planet. Our company was founded on a simple concept: provide a safe and enjoyable place to work with opportunity, integrity, and commitment, and we will attract talented people. Those people are at the heart of our firm, solving some of the most pressing water and environmental challenges for our clients.
Woodard & Curran draws on the experience of hundreds of certified operators across the country, backed by the knowledge and skills of hundreds more engineers, scientists, and regulatory experts, to quickly tackle the most challenging operational issues and keep treatment plants running efficiently and in full compliance. Woodard & Curran also aids employees in earning, upgrading, and keeping their certifications within the industry.
The Applicant, under direction from an Area Manager, Assistant Plant Manager, Plant Manager, or Chief Operator, performs the daily operations of the assigned facilities, including, with supervision, operations, monitoring, maintenance, and housekeeping of the facilities in accordance with contract requirements.
Must be able to work days, nights, weekends and holidays, as required for emergency call outs.
Georgia water or wastewater operators' license or ability to attain within six months.
Minimum one year of professional experience in the operation and maintenance of water or wastewater treatment facilities.
Effective verbal and written communication skills.
High School graduate or equivalent, with technical/vocational school background.
Applicant must possess a valid Drivers License and a good driving record and must be able to lift or move up to 50 pounds on a regular basis.
Woodard & Curran is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
Woodard & Curran is a Drug Free Work Place.
Individuals with Disabilities and Protected Veterans are encouraged to apply.

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