Utilities Operator
Stettler County Alberta
Stettler, AB
About the Opportunity

The suitable candidate will be a self-starter with a strong sense of responsibility, have a practical aptitude to carry out work assignments and have a friendly, helpful and cooperative personality. We are looking for an able-bodied individual who is well presented and can communicate well in both written and verbal situations. Additionally, if you enjoy working within a team, you’ll be a good fit for the role.

To be considered for the position, the suitable candidate must possess the following skills & criteria:

Completion of grade 12 or equivalent
Valid class 5 driver’s license
The ability to perform manual labour, including lifting up to 50 lbs
The ability to work with minimal supervision
About the Duties (to include, but not limited to)

Operate and maintain equipment in a Level 2 Distribution, Level 1 Wastewater Treatment system and Level 1 Wastewater Collection system
Collect and analyze water samples
Record in the necessary reports and daily logs
Water meter reading, replacement and repair
Assist with the flushing of water and sewer lines, repair of fire hydrants and water mains
Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and SCADA systems would be an asset
Experience in construction, municipal operations or other manual labour industries and familiarity with equipment such as rubber tired backhoes.
Experience in a related discipline would be ideal; however, if you are a conscientious, driven individual, we are willing to provide training.

Hours of Work

7:00am – 4:00pm Monday to Friday, with requirement to be ‘on-call’ on a rotational basis every one in four weekends.

Benefits

Upon joining the County team and in exchange for your hard work, you will receive a competitive salary package and an attractive benefits plan including extended healthcare coverage and pension plan. Better yet, you can look forward to taking advantage of subsidized professional development courses. Best of all, you will be joining a team that values contributions from its staff members.

How to Apply

Please submit your resume, along with three (3) professional and personal references by Tuesday, February 26, 2019 to:

County of Stettler No. 6
PO Box 1270
19561 Twp Rd 384
STETTLER, Alberta
T0C 2L0

ATTENTION: Randy Chmelnyk, Director of Environmental Services

Security Clearance and Driver’s Abstract will be required by the chosen candidate.

More information can be obtained

Randy Chmelnyk Phone: (403) 742-4441 Email: rchmelnyk@stettlercounty.ca

While we thank all interested in the County of Stettler No. 6, only those chosen for interviews will be contacted.