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Assistant Public Works Director/General Maintenance


City of Eureka

The City of Eureka, an equal opportunity employer, is accepting applications for a full-time Assistant Public Works Director/General Maintenance. Valid driver’s license required. No conviction by any state or federal agency for any crime punishable by imprisonment in a federal or state penitentiary. Appropriate character and behavior traits for public relations. High School graduate or GED certificate required. Experience preferred in heavy machinery operation and knowledge of all city departments and functions in all departments. Must possess or obtain a CDL. Have or ability to get water and sewer certifications by the state of South Dakota. Mosquito spraying certification. Code enforcement training and classes.

Pay based upon experience.
Position open until filled.

Apply at City of Eureka
PO Box 655
Eureka, SD 57437
Contact City Office at 605-284-2441 for more information regarding job description and application.

Closes: 12/01/2015




The Walworth County Metropolitan Sewerage District (WalCoMet) is recruiting an experienced and qualified professional for a management position as Water Reclamation Superintendent. The Water Reclamation Superintendent has primary responsibility for all WalCoMet wastewater treatment plant operations, maintenance, and buildings and grounds, is the designated “operator in charge” for regulatory purposes for the 7 MGD reclamation facility and is responsible for the water reclamation plant meeting the conditions of the WalCoMet WPDES discharge permit.

The Walworth County Metropolitan Sewage District (WalCoMet) headquarters are in Delavan Wisconsin. Delavan is small full service community that is located in the heart of the Southeast Wisconsin lakes region where outdoor opportunities abound. The WalCoMet service area is only 45 minutes from Metro – Milwaukee. An individual can take advantage of the conveniences offered by a major metroplex while enjoying the small city atmosphere the WalCoMet Service area offers.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Directing work for all operations and maintenance of the water reclamation facility
  • Assist in the preparation of department budgets
  • Assist in the short and long term planning for the water reclamation facility
  • Maintenance of existing asset management system
  • Management of the biosolids program
  • Provide oversight of the compliance laboratory functions
  • Directing work for the maintenance of the buildings and grounds
  • Maintain good working relationships with regulatory agencies and knowledge of developing regulations
  • Maintain regulatory permits
  • Oversight and enhancement of current operational and laboratory safety practices and procedures

The ideal candidate will possess:

  • Proven leadership skills with an emphasis on team building.
  • An innovative thought process that includes the ability to take measured risks.
  • A minimum of three years of experience in wastewater treatment plant operations at the level of “operator in charge” and a minimum of two years in the management of individuals.
  • An Associate Degree in wastewater treatment plant operations or equivalent is required. Bachelor of Science Degree in related field is desirable.
  • A current Wisconsin Grade 4 certification in wastewater operations for all subclasses in use at WalCoMet or be able to obtain this certification within six months of date of hire.
  • Experienced in reading and understanding applicable industry manuals, blueprints, and schematics.
  • Familiar with telemetry and SCADA systems.
  • Knowledge of PPE requirements.
  • Possession of a valid Wisconsin Driver's License is required.
  • Knowledge of confined space entry programs.
  • Knowledge of District, State, and Federal safety standards as they relate to this position.

Starting salary range is $68,000 to $72,000 depending upon qualifications

To apply please complete the application at
and return to


Position Description: Rural Water System Operator



Position Summary: The Rural Water System Operator position is a full-time position with full benefits and reports to the Operations Manager. The position is responsible for operation and maintenance of the WEB Water distribution system in an assigned service area. The assigned service area is designated by the General Manager and Operations Manager.

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Position Description: Electrician/Electronic Technician


Position Summary: Under general supervision, this position requires skills necessary to design, install, modify, maintain all electrical apparatus in WEB Water Development Facilities including but not limited to the Water Treatment Plant, O&M center, booster stations, PRV stations, master meters, town system controls, tanks, and towers. This position is based in Aberdeen, SD.

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Water and Wastewater Operators


Job Summary:. To assist in maintenance and construction in a manner to provide adequate Utility services for City residents.

Direct Supervisor: Water and Wastewater Superintendent

Tasks Performed:

  • A. Assist in the operation and maintenance of the City's Utility Department
  • B. Operate all City vehicles and maintenance equipment
  • C. Assist in proper care and maintenance of all city vehicles and maintenance equipment
  • D. Maintain wastewater collection system and water distribution and treatment system under the guidance of the Water and Wastewater Superintendent.
  • E. Read and maintain utility meters
  • F. Perform all tests for water and/or wastewater quality as required.
  • G. Any other duties or tasks as may be directed by the Mayor and Commission, City Engineer or the Water and Wastewater Superintendent.

Qualifications and Requirements:

  • A. Must have a valid drivers license
  • B. Must have experience in operating equipment
  • C. Must complete certification in water and or wastewater as applicable to the assigned area of work.

Performance Measurement: A City employee will be evaluated at least on a yearly basis. Performance will be measured on quality of work and job knowledge, cooperation with supervisor and coworkers, safety consciousness, operation and maintenance of equipment, rapport with general public and general work habits.

Each employee of the City of Chamberlain is asked to be aware of the cleanliness of the City. If you see debris or refuse laying about, properly dispose of it, if possible.

For more information, please contact at
(605) 234-4401

715 N. Main
Chamberlain, SD 57325

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