We are seeking a Utility Technician to maintain all the operations at Glorieta Camps’ water and wastewater facilities. This position will include daily operations, maintenance, repair, construction projects, troubleshooting, cross-training, and overseeing operations as needed. We are passionate about our mission statement and are looking for a like-minded person who is willing to serve alongside us. Please thoughtfully consider each part of our mission statement, job description, and description of our ministry and community before applying.
To inspire Christ-like change through Outdoor Adventure, Authentic Relationships and, Biblical Truth
The makeup of our community determines a large part of what it is like to live and work here. We have about 120 people who live on-site year round, consisting of full-time staff, seasonal staff, and families. Glorieta is a beautiful place with many natural resources but calls for somewhat remote living.
Title: Utility Technician
Reports To: Water/Wastewater Manage
Job Purpose: This is a full-time position with the goal to ensure reliable systems are available for the many aspects of Glorieta Camps and provide for future growth of camp operations. To help fulfill our mission by providing outstanding services in our water/wastewater facilities.
Overall Responsibilities: Work involves being responsible for all technical aspects of water & wastewater plant operations and that they follow Glorieta Camps, Local, State, and Federal operating regulations
- Regulate the treatment process by process evaluation and documentation
- Microscopic Examination – Observe the microorganism population and floc particles
- Evaluate the process control data such as Ph, DO, SS, MLSS, SVI, F/M, MCRT
- Clarifier Evaluation & Maintenance
- Nutrient Removal – Nitrogen
- Assist with resolving problems in the analytical laboratory by performing lab tests, reviewing worksheets, making changes, and documenting improvements to plant results
Reporting & Correspondence
- Admin and Reports to NMED Ground Water Quality Bureau and US EPA
- Building reports for management, engineers, and contractors as needed
- Assist in the performance of regular and unscheduled maintenance and repairs
- On-call to respond to emergencies and breakdowns at the plant
- Conduct the necessary work needed which includes night, weekend, holiday, and in inclement weather
- Maintain open communications with the W/WW Manager regarding the treatment process and make recommendations for repairs and improvements to these systems.
- Complete record-keeping and assessments of water and wastewater systems
- Assist with maintenance, contractors, plant tours, and public relations
Other Duties of ALL Glorieta Staff: Serving guests is our number one priority, and therefore ALL staff must participate in guest service in some capacity. Tasks may include cooking, cleaning, facilitating group activities, running retail locations, general maintenance of camp property, and work projects as needed. There are often groups here on weekends, and all staff members will be required to work certain weekends as needed.
Character, Education, Abilities, Skills, Experience:
- Have knowledge of the operation, methods, and procedures of a wastewater treatment plant
- Have the ability to work with independence and to make decisions on plant operation
- Be able to perform and document various lab tests required by State and Federal agencies
- Have the ability to perform both water and wastewater duties daily
- Be able to maintain a flexible work schedule to serve guest/program scheduling
Training and Experience Required
- Experience in wastewater operations and/or maintenance
- Have or the ability to obtain a New Mexico Level 1 Wastewater Operator License within 6 months.
- Have or the ability to obtain a New Mexico Level 2 Wastewater Operator License within 18 months.
- An Associate’s Degree or higher or adequate experience in the water/wastewater field is preferred but not required.
Work Context: This job will be performed primarily on location at the Glorieta, New Mexico location with some work on weekends.
Travel: Possible infrequent travel to training.
Physical Demands: Ability to lift 60lbs, sit for many hours in an office, stand for many hours consecutively, bend, squat, be on hands and knees, climb stairs. Ability to work late nights and early in the morning.
Work Environment: Will work both indoors and outdoors in summer, winter, and rainy weather conditions
Training: All employees will be given opportunities for improvement through appropriate training.
Compensation: $14.03 hourly plus on-site housing including utilities, some meals provided, $0 deductible/premium health coverage, 401(k) retirement package after one year, and paid vacation time. See HR and/or potential supervisor for details.
Disclaimer: This Job Description is not a complete description of all that is necessary to do your job. Also, all camp employees are expected to do what it takes to work as a team, even with other departments, to serve guests. This is not only an expectation, but a value that we hold to as an organization. We will help each other get the mission done.”
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