Timpanogos Special Service District | Maintenance Operator I
Performs a variety of entry level, complex skilled and technical duties related to the daily maintenance, repair, and fabrication of treatment plant facilities, mechanical, electronic, electrical and motorized equipment; operates heavy equipment.
Performs working level mechanics and maintenance to assure proper equipment operation; performs and assures the maintenance and repair of bar screens, grit collectors, screw conveyors, raw sewage pumps, clarifiers, chlorine system, activated sludge, sludge pumps,
generators, trucks and other equipment. Uses various hand, power, and air tools in replacing or repairing chains, sprockets, shafts, rakes, screws, sleeves, bearings, wear-rings,
and other mechanical parts; tears down and rebuilds various pumps; overhauls, changes bearings, pistons, shafts, eccentrics and other pump parts; pre-loads and aligns bearings and equipment; greases and lubricates all moving parts and equipment; performs general plumbing and pipe fitting; monitors all equipment, for preventative maintenance.
Performs complex automotive and diesel maintenance; repairs transmissions, clutches, carburetors, brakes, U-joints, drive shafts, exhaust systems, shocks, springs, engines and other parts of vehicles; performs heavy duty mechanics on heavy equipment such as sewer flush truck, televising van, loader, backhoe, dump truck, etc. Maintains an accurate list of equipment, prepares maintenance schedules and maintains adequate parts inventory, records all maintenance performed on all equipment and plant owned vehicles. Operates heavy equipment; front-end loader, backhoe; digs trenches, transports materials and waste; unloads bulk chlorine from trailers utilizing an air padding system; operates compost turner and trommel screen. Records instrument readings, charts and indicators.
Performs related duties as required.
*Graduation from high school; AND
*One (1) year of experience in treatment plant operations and maintenance; with extensive training in one or more
of the following areas: auto or diesel mechanics, electrical maintenance and pump mechanic; OR
*An equivalent combination of education and experience.
Must be willing to work shift work and be on-call 24 hours per day, as scheduled by management.
Must pass random alcohol and drug test.
Must possess or be able to acquire a Class A or B Utah Commercial Driver’s License (CDL-A, B).
Must possess a Level I Maintenance Technician Certification and a Level I Wastewater Treatment Operator Certification or be able to obtain within 1 year (3 test periods).