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Under supervision of the General Manager, the Utility Manager assists the General Manager in: overseeing water and wastewater construction, repair and maintenance; trains new employees in methods, equipment and practices used in said construction, repair and maintenance; oversees construction projects and street repair; operates backhoe, snow removal equipment and specialized water and wastewater equipment; assists with the construction and  maintenance of district property and infrastructure; consults with the General Manager on general priorities, plans and policies; recommends and submits projects to the General Manager for inclusion in the annual budget; insures that the operations, plans and personnel are sufficient to meet day-today as well as emergency situations; meets customers and resolves complaints and problems; assists in the evaluation of subordinates work performance; conducts training programs; completes requisitions for parts and supplies; shares standby and emergency responsibilities with other field personnel when required, prepares and submits required reports to regulatory agencies.

Example of Duties: Supervise and assist contractors and personnel in excavating for services using a backhoe, hand and/or power tools, set service saddles on mains and operates tapping equipment, runs service lines, set meter yoke, meter and meter boxes; assists in the repair of broken water and sewer mains, services, fire hydrants, etc.; learns location of valves, meters and manholes; reads and sets water meters; rods, cleans and flushes sewers; tests backflow prevention devices; assists and pump and motor repairs and maintenance; general housekeeping of District facilities; performs water turn-ons and turn offs; work under a variety of weather conditions; able to be on call during off-duty periods when directed by the GM, generally available to respond to night and weekend emergencies; assists with data entry and reports to the State; reviews and approves utility personnel time sheets; provide performance reviews to subordinate personnel; follow established District Procedures, policies and safety requirements; other related duties may be required.

Qualifications and Requirements: Possession of and ability to maintain the following State of California Operator certifications:

State Water Resource Control Board Grade II Wastewater Treatment Plant – Operators certificate (or higher)

State Water Resource Control Board, Division of Drinking Water, D-2 Water Distribution Operator certificate (or higher)

Possession of a California drivers license with a driving history acceptable to the District insurance carrier

Ability to operate heavy equipment and adhere to all safety standards and requirements for work in confined spaces, on roadways and other hazard areas. 

Successful applicant will have (1) One year probationary period

Compensation:  The utility Manager position is compensated on an hourly basis which is established by the Board of Directors on an annual basis. Subject to qualifications and experience, the incumbent will have a starting wage between $40 and $45 per hour.

All District benefits as applicable to full time employees will apply to this position. IVCSD offers 100% District paid health insurance for employees and dependents. Employees are eligible for a 457 deferred compensation plan with up to 3% of employee contributions matched by the District.

Indian Valley Community Service District is and Equal Opportunity Employer

Minimum Education and Experience

Education Required: Vocational Certificate
Driver's License Required: Yes
Minimum Hourly Wage: 40.00
Maximum Hourly Wage: 45.00