The Clackamas County Department of Water Environment Services (WES) manages and operates the County’s utility service districts, including sewage facilities, collection systems, pump stations, treatment plants and surface water management. We are looking to hire a full-time Resource Recovery Supervisor to join our team.
The Resource Recovery Supervisor is responsible for supervising, coordinating, and monitoring the Resource Recovery program and staff, participates in workforce planning, training, problem solving, scheduling, budgeting, hiring, and personnel issues. You would also provide your technical and administrative advice to operation program staff in order to ensure smooth and efficient operations that comply with WES policies, rules, as well as with federal and state regulations.
If you are passionate about the work we do and share in our mission to provide a sustainable environment, you have experience working in the wastewater industry, you have superb writing skills, you are a good communicator, you possess problem solving skills and engage in analytical thinking, please apply today!! This is an excellent opportunity for a Certified Wastewater Operator to take their career to the next level.
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Typical Job Duties:
Working knowledge of: Basic principles and practices of personnel management, supervision, and budgeting; procurement and contract administration; federal, state, and county regulations regarding biosolids and reuse associated with the Clean Water Act and related programs; occupational hazards and safety precautions at a wastewater treatment facility; computer software applications; English grammar, spelling and punctuation; principles and concepts of work teams; public and customer service techniques; CDL and DOT regulations.
Skill to: Supervise and direct staff in continuous efforts to improve quality, productivity and effectiveness; recommend appropriate corrective action; train and direct the work of personnel in field operations and safety; incorporate team participation in decision making; establish and maintain effective working relationships with the public, contractors, government agencies and other County employees; coordinate public information activities; communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.