Weston & Sampson

Wastewater Pump Station Technician

US-MA-Worcester
3 weeks ago
ID
2017-1191
# of Openings
1
Category
Engineering

Overview

Since 1899, Weston & Sampson has been providing municipalities, public agencies, and private sector clients with cost-effective and innovative solutions to their infrastructure, utility, and environmental engineering challenges throughout the eastern United States.

 

At Weston & Sampson, we treat our staff with the highest degree of professional respect and encourage them to grow and achieve. We provide a comfortable working environment along with state-of-the-art tools and equipment. Our mid-size helps to foster a friendly corporate culture where individuals are recognized for their contributions.

 

We offer competitive salaries and a generous benefits package: including health, dental and vision; paid holidays and vacation; 401K plan with employer match. Also each year, when profitable, Weston & Sampson makes contributions to the ESOP to continue to expand our tradition of employee ownership. The ESOP allows us to continue as a generational company, maintaining control of our own destiny.  We all have a stake in our continued success!

Responsibilities

Weston & Sampson Services is looking for an individual in Worcester area to perform daily maintenance, repair and inspection, troubleshooting of mechanical equipment at wastewater and water treatment plants and pump stations as assigned.

 

Qualifications

Job Requirements:

  • Must be able to obtain a Wastewater Treatment (WWTP) and/or Water Treatment Plan (WTP) Operators license within 1 - 1-1/2 years of employment.
  • Physically be able to climb ladders, lift a minimum of 50 pounds
  • Must have a valid driver’s license.
  • Overtime will be required.
  • A high school diploma and a minimum of one year mechanical experience are required.
  • Individual must have good written and verbal communication, customer service, problem solving and organizational skills.

 

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