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Full-Time Maintenance Worker - City of Murdo, SD

 

The City of Murdo is accepting job applications for a full-time maintenance worker  Duties would include help with all city duties. Individuals applying must be over 18 years of age and have a driver’s license with a CDL or be able to attain one.

 

Applications and job descriptions may be picked up at the City Office at 107 W. Second Street.  Applications should be returned as soon as possible to the City Office as they will be reviewed as received with possible interviews set up but position will remain open until filled.  For any questions please contact the city office at 605-669-2272. The City of Murdo reserves the right to accept or reject any or all applications.

 

Closes: 2/20/2020

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System Operations Specialist - Tripp County Water User District, Winner, SD

 

Tripp County Water User District is accepting applications until filled for a System Water Operator. Requirements include high school or equivalent education. Applicant must possess basic math skills, mechanical and electrical aptitude abilities and skills. Applicant must be able to work in close confinement conditions. Applicant must be able to perform duties that may entail manual labor requiring continuous walking, bending, kneeling, lifting, climbing and carrying heavy and awkward items. Applicant must possess good communication skills, both orally and in writing. Must be self-motivated and able to plan and organize his/her work as a member of the team with a minimum amount of direct supervision. Applicant must possess or agree to obtain a Class I Water Distribution and Class 1 Treatment Certification within 24 months of selection for this position. Applicant also agrees to obtain Class II Distribution Certification within three years of employment, if does not already possess.  As a condition of employment, applicant will be required to reside within Tripp County Water User District service area.

 

Duties include:  Maintain required records and reports. Operate and maintain the distribution facilities including assigned tower, booster pump stations and or pipeline. Become proficient in the operation and use of the SCADA System and other equipment. Perform meter reading, repair and annual maintenance. Perform bill collections, discontinue member service or connect service to new members as required. Obtain membership applications and easements as required; recommend line routing and inspection during and after construction. Look for evidence of system water leaks and repair the same. Respond to customer needs. Maintain and operate all equipment in a safe manner. As a member of the operations team, participate in an “on call duty” that will require serving on a rotating schedule to be on call outside normal duty hours so that emergency needs of the members are met efficiently and promptly. Applicant will be responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of assigned vehicle and perform other duties as assigned.

 

Pay depends on qualifications. The minimum work week will be 44 hours. Benefits include 100% employee & family health and dental coverage; retirement, long-term disability, paid vacation, holiday and sick leave. Successful applicant will be required to pass an initial drug screening test.

Employer is requesting both a general application form and a resume. The Application form can be found and filled out on South Dakota Department of Labor website – sdjobs.org or available at the TCWUD Office.

 

Send both application and resume to Tripp County Water User District - 1052 West 1st Street Winner, South Dakota 57580. Partial applications will not be accepted (resume alone or application alone). Only those applicants to be considered will be contacted to schedule an interview. Contact Lisa Stiehl at Tripp County Water User District (605-842-2755) with any questions.

 

Closes: 2/1/2020

 

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Public Works Director/Professional Engineer - City of Custer, SD

 

The City of Custer is seeking a licensed civil engineer to manage the Public Works Department. This position is expected to perform a variety of supervisory, administrative, skilled, technical and maintenance related task. The Public Works Director oversees the Streets, Parks, Public Buildings, Water & Wastewater operations. The position is responsible for planning and managing the activities, operations, maintenance and construction of the Public Works Department.

 

The ideal candidate will possess Certification as a Professional Engineer, and/or sufficient experience to thoroughly understand the diverse objectives and functions of the Public Works Department. Must possess a valid Driver’s License. The following certifications would be a benefit: Class 1 Water Treatment, Class 2 Wastewater Treatment, Class 2 Waster Distribution and Class 2 Wastewater Collection, or adequate water and wastewater knowledge. Must be a team player; with leadership skills and the ability to provide outstanding customer service. Must reside within fifteen miles of the City of Custer.

 

Starting wage DOE and certifications. Applications are available at Custer City Hall, 622 Crook St, Custer, SD. 57730. 1-605-673-4824. www.custer.govoffice.com An application must be completed, and resumes may be included with the application, but are not accepted in lieu of an application. Applications will be accepted by mail or may be dropped off at Custer City Hall. Position open until filled. The City of Custer is an Equal Opportunity employer.

 

Closes: 3/15/2020

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