Your world is always changing, and so are we. Since 1899, Weston & Sampson has strived to make the world a better place by offering interdisciplinary design, engineering, and environmental services. Innovative and reliable for more than a century, we work to improve the communities where you live, work, and play. Join us as we grow.
What we offer:
Weston & Sampson is an employee-owned company serving public and private clients throughout the eastern United States. With more than 600 professionals and counting, we are experiencing rapid growth. Looking for talented staff to join our team, Weston & Sampson encourages professional growth and achievement; offers a comfortable, collaborative working environment; and provides training, resources, and state-of-the-art tools/equipment to promote success.
In addition to a welcoming, inclusive corporate culture, Weston & Sampson offers competitive salaries and a generous benefits package, including health/dental/vision, paid holidays and vacation, 401K plan with employer match, and an Employee Stock Ownership Program (ESOP).
Weston & Sampson is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
If interested, please submit your resume through our career portal:
What you ll do:
This individual will be responsible for attending multiple wastewater systems that involve testing/analysis, sampling, and standard operation and maintenance procedures in accordance with CT DEEP regulations.
Other duties include performing daily rounds and visual inspections of all plant equipment, monitor and observe operating conditions, adjust wastewater treatment equipment such as valves, pumps, blowers, dewatering equipment and performs routine lab test and calibrates all meters associated with lab analysis.
Must also maintain the facility to be in compliance with all safety requirements, perform minor maintenance and troubleshooting of plant equipment and will be responsible for housekeeping and maintaining plant grounds.
Preparing monthly reports for the water systems along with DEP/client interface is required.
What you will bring:
5-10 Years experience in wastewater operations, collection systems, pump stations, some experience may be from drinking water work (treatment or distribution)
A CT Class II Wastewater Treatment Operator License is required
A CT Class III preferred or the ability to obtain within one year
A CT Water Treatment and/or distribution license is a plus
Must be able to climb ladders and lift and carry a minimum of 50 lbs.
Must have good written and verbal communication skills
Familiarity with computers in a Windows based environment
Knowledge of CT DEP regulations and procedures is desirable
A high school diploma or equivalent is required
Must have valid driver's license
Must be able to work occasional overtime, holidays, weekends and nights as required.