LAB TECHNICIAN/PLANT OPERATOR IN THE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
The City of Jonesville is currently accepting applications for a Lab Technician/Plant Operator in the Wastewater Treatment Plant. This position is under the direction of the Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant Superintendent. Essential functions of the job include a variety of skilled and technical work in the operation, maintenance, and repair of wastewater treatment facilities and systems, as well as the laboratory; and skilled support in the maintenance, operation, and repair of the water treatment and supply facilities.
The successful candidate will have a working knowledge of equipment, facilities, materials, methods and procedures used in wastewater treatment plant maintenance and operation activities; a working knowledge of laboratory procedures and practices; and will represent the City in a highly professional manner.
The position is full time, with scheduled weekend hours and on-call responsibilities. Benefits are available. The starting wage will be $19.13 to $24.96/hour, depending upon qualifications. Applications will be received through March 10, 2023.
A high school diploma, or a combination of a GED, training and experience is required. Three to four years of experience in the operation and maintenance of mechanical and electrical water or wastewater treatment equipment is required. Comparable experience in similar fields of work will be considered.
Successful candidates must also possess a current and valid Michigan Motor Vehicle Operator’s license; a Class B Commercial Driver’s License is desirable. A Michigan D Waste Water Treatment Plant Operator’s Certification and a Michigan D-4 Water Operator’s Certification, or the ability to obtain one within two years of hire is required. Possession of a C or B Waste Water Treatment Plant Operator’s Certification and/or a Michigan D-3 Water Operator’s Certification is strongly desired.
Interested applicants must submit a cover letter, completed application form, and resume to:
Jeff Gray, City Manager
City of Jonesville
265 E. Chicago Street
Jonesville, MI 49250
Materials may be submitted in person, by mail, or email to the above addresses.
The City of Jonesville is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Have you ever thought about a career in the fire service? Let the City of Jonesville help you accomplish this goal. Our Volunteer Firefighters receive the same training required for a career in the fire service. We also offer additional Fire Officer training courses to members who wish to attend.
If you are interested in serving this community, we are currently seeking applicants. Prior experience is not required. The City will provide all training and equipment.
Some of the duties of a Jonesville Firefighter:
- Respond to any fire - Structural, Vehicle, Wildland, Etc.
- Vehicle and Personal Injury Accidents
- Gas and Odor Investigations
- Hazmat Incidents
- Citizen Assists: Animal Rescue, Etc.
- Electrical Wires Down
- Community Events
- Fire Safety Education Events
Volunteer Firefighters are paid for each call, meeting, and training session that they attend. Firefighters are not expected to leave work if their regular employment does not allow.
TO APPLY, SUBMIT COVER LETTER, RESUME AND COMPLETED EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION TO:
Kurt Etter, Director of Public Safety
Jonesville Police Department
116 W. Chicago St.
Jonesville, MI 49250