Sewer Line Maintenance Worker

Sewer Line Maintenance Worker
Grade I - III and Leadsperson
Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District is looking for a Sewer Line Maintenance Worker for our District located in San Rafael, Marin County, California.
The Maintenance Worker will receive direction from the Collections System Manager and, together with a small staff, will participate in the district's sewer system maintenance activities. The ideal candidate has some education, training and/or experience in the wastewater industry. This person must have knowledge of operational characteristics of mechanical equipment and tools used in the area of work assigned, standard tools, methods, and practices. Experience working with the public and other employees in a positive, professional manner is required. Experience in sewer line maintenance and repair, operation of vactor, rodder, or sewer camera equipment is a plus. The ideal candidate is self-motivated, able to work independently with minimal supervision and is able to plan and schedule work in order to complete both daily and periodic tasks. This person must be flexible in order to respond to emergencies and unanticipated changes in the daily work schedule. This position requires possession of a valid California Driver's class C license. This position may be required to work after hours and weekends and serve on the emergency call list. This person must obtain a Grade I California Water Environment Association (CWEA) certification within the first year of employment. The position requires that the person reside
within a forty-five minute automobile driving radius of the District office, during non-commute hours, to be able to respond to emergencies.
Apply by July 31, 2013 at 3 PM. The job application, full job description and summary of benefits are available at
All applicants must complete the District's job application; resumes submitted without the application will be rejected.

Initial interviews are scheduled for August 6 and 7, 2013 with final interviews on August 12, 2013.
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