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Contact Information: (727) 938-3711, 324 East Pine St, Fax (727) 942-5621

Human Resources is a customer oriented team dedicated to providing personnel services for the City and supporting the City of Tarpon Springs’ mission and vision. Email HR: HR2@ctsfl.us Employee Benefits Application for Employment Ethics, Fraud & Whistleblower Protection Policy

CURRENT OPENINGS UPDATED JANUARY 16, 2020

Position: WASTEWATER PLANT OPERATOR ‘C’ Department: WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT Annual Salary: $35,012 - $56,405 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Under general supervision, performs operations and maintenance assignments in addition to custodial tasks related to the operations of the Wastewater Treatment Plant. Collects and computes routine and special daily samples, readings and data, and records data into computer. Operates sludge processing equipment and loading operation, monitoring and adjusting processes as needed. Performs maintenance duties in plant and on facility grounds. At the direction of the Chief Wastewater Plant Operator, evaluates and maintains required files and records and prepares various reports as required. Ensures that operations meet all regulatory requirements. Performs maintenance duties in plant and on grounds. Education: Required— High School Diploma or GED equivalency. Vocational education or training in wastewater operations. Experience: Required— 1.5 years of FT experience as an operator in a wastewater treatment facility. Preferred—Three years of constructive experience. Licensure/Certification: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Florida Class “C” Wastewater Plant Operator’s License is required. Depending on area of assignment, Class “B” (CDL) License with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement required within 180 days of employment. May be required to work any shift, weekends, and holidays. Position: PLANNING & ZONING DIRECTOR Department: PLANNING & ZONING Annual Salary Range: $70,360 - $113,353 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Under limited supervision, administers, monitors and updates the City’s comprehensive planning operations and activities, as well as the City’s land development regulations. Serves as the Planning Manager for the City’s Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA). Supervises division personnel. Makes oral and written presentations to the Board of Commissioners and various boards such as Planning & Zoning, Board of Adjustment and Heritage Preservation Board; prepares and administers agendas for same. Coordinates City’s Future Land Use Plan with the Pinellas Planning Council. Administers all planning grants, interlocal planning agreements and development agreements. Prepares ordinances and resolutions; ensures compliance with City development codes. Qualifications: Minimum—Bachelor’s degree in urban or regional planning or a related field and 5-7 years of professional planning experience in private or public sector; Preferred—Master’s degree in urban or regional planning, public administration or related field and 7-10 years in a progressively responsible position in the area of private or public sector professional planning. Also required is 2-3 years of management experience in the area of planning, zoning and/or growth management. AICP required. An equivalent combination of training and experience may be substituted at the City’s discretion for required education, experience and/or management experience. City residency required within one (1) year of appointment. Position: UTILITY OPERATOR/WATER PLANT OPERATOR “C” Department: PUBLIC SERVICES DEPARTMENT – REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER FACILITY Hourly Rate: $17.08 – $27.52 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Under general supervision, performs skilled work in the operation of the reverse osmosis water facility, ensuring compliance with all state and federal regulatory criteria and all safety policies and procedures. Performs work as assigned in the operation and maintenance of water facilities, including the wells, outfall, injection well, Splash Park and distribution system. May assist in developing recommended maintenance/testing/improvement/project plans, work prioritization and planning, coordination with other staff/departments and oversight of related projects or contractors. Assists in other functions as assigned. Education: Required—High School Diploma or GED equivalency. Water operations course C. Preferred—Associate’s or higher degree in chemistry, biology or related field. Vocational/specialized training in the area of Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment operations. Experience: Required—at least 1 year of experience in treatment plant operations which includes laboratory and maintenance duties. Preferred—same as above with prior reverse osmosis water treatment plant operational experience. Licensure/Certification: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Florida DEP Class “C” Water Treatment Plant Operator’s License is required. Class “B” (CDL) with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement is required within 180 of employment, depending on area of assignment. Position: SCHOOL CROSSING GUARD – PART TIME - SUBSTITUTE Department: TARPON SPRINGS POLICE Minimum Hourly Rate: $12.14 Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Basic Requirements: Mature judgment and ability to get along with the public. Work is performed outdoors and applicant must be physically able to perform some manual labor of varying degrees of difficulty and in varying weather conditions. Seasonal Part-Time hours governed by school openings and closing times. Schedule - an hour and a half in the morning and an hour and a half in the afternoon during the school year, as needed. Position: WATER SUPPLY PROTECTION SPECIALIST III Department: PUBLIC SERVICES Hourly Range: $17.08 - $27.52 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Basic Requirements: Under limited supervision, performs various licensed and/or certified technical duties related to the protection of the public water supply, including meter repair and backflow operations, distribution system maintenance and repair, and water quality monitoring and assessment. Performs limited supervisory duties of assigned personnel. Education: Required— High School Diploma or GED equivalency. Preferred—Vocational/specialized training and certification in backflow testing, backflow repairs, meter repairs and calibration. Experience: Required—At least one (1) year of experience in utilities activities, including meter and backflow installation, water distribution systems or plumbing works. Preferred—Three (3) years of experience in utilities activities, meter and backflow installation and plumbing works. At least one (1) year of previous experience specific to the repair and maintenance of backflow and meters. Licensure/Certification: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Must be at least a FDEP Level 3 Water Distribution System Operator, or obtain such license within one (1) year of starting the position. Level 2 or higher FDEP Water Distribution System Operator license required within 3 years of starting position. A Florida Class “B” (CDL) License with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement is required within 180 days of employment depending on area of assignment. Position: WATER DISTRIBUTION TECHNICIAN II Department: PUBLIC SERVICES Hourly Range: $17.08 - $27.52 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Basic Requirements: Under supervision, performs skilled and semi-skilled work to support the daily operations of the City’s water distribution system, including the construction, maintenance and repair of system components to ensure the maximum efficiency and effectiveness of potable and reclaimed water distribution. Provides leadership and limited supervision of subordinate division personnel. Works productively with staff for efficient and compliant operations. Assists in other functions as assigned. Education: Required— High School Diploma or GED equivalency. Preferred—Associate’s or higher degree in chemistry, biology or related field. Vocational/specialized training in the area of water utility operations. Prior Water or Wastewater coursework or experience. Experience: Required—at least 3 years of experience in public water systems maintenance and repair. Preferred—Prior supervisory experience. Licensure/Certification: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Florida DEP minimum Level II Water Distribution Operator’s License is required. Class “B” (CDL) License with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement required within 180 of employment, as determined by the City. Position: WASTEWATER SERVICE WORKER Department: PUBLIC SERVICES Hourly Rate: $14.75 - $23.77 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Wastewater Collection Technician apprenticeship position providing on-the-job experience and knowledge for achieving licensing/certification in the assigned area of operations. Under general technical supervision, performs skilled and semi-skilled work in the installation, maintenance and repair of wastewater system components in the field or at the treatment facility. Works productively with staff for efficient and compliant operations. Assists in other functions as assigned. Education: Required—High School Diploma or GED equivalency. Preferred: Associate’s or higher degree in chemistry, biology or related field. Vocational/specialized training in the area of wastewater utility operations. Prior Wastewater or Water operations coursework or experience. Licensure/Certification: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Successful completion of testing for Florida Wastewater Collection Certification Level “C” is preferred. Successful completion of testing for Florida Wastewater Collection Certification Level “C” required within 1 year of employment. Florida Wastewater Collection Certification Level “C” required within 2 years of employment. Class “B” (CDL) License with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement required within 180 of employment, depending on area of assignment. Position: TECHNICIAN I Department: PUBLIC WORKS – STREETS and STORMWATER Minimum Hourly Rate: $12.74 Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Under general supervision, performs a variety of maintenance duties for the Streets and Stormwater Division of Public Works such as storm drain cleaning/clearing, storm drain maintenance labor, stormwater treatment facility maintenance, stormwater water quality testing and other related duties. High School Diploma or GED equivalency is required. At least 1 year of experience as a laborer is required. Position requires a valid Florida Driver’s License with a valid Florida Class B Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) with Air Brake endorsement and Tanker endorsement required within 180 days of employment. Position: ENVIRONMENTAL INSPECTOR Department: WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY Annual Salary: $39,179 - $63,118 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Under limited direction performs skilled administrative and technical work in conducting field inspections, sampling, and testing for Fats, Oils and Grease (FOG) Management Program and the Industrial Pretreatment Program (IPP). Coordinates the pretreatment program whereby industrial users of the City’s wastewater treatment facilities are regulated and their waste contribution controlled. This program is based on individual permitting of industrial users whereby compliance is based on demonstrated wastewater water quality above certain minimum standards. Work includes establishment of effective working relationships with industries, explaining their obligations under the IPP and providing information and recommendations to the Division Manager and/or Code Enforcement Board regarding violations of the IPP ordinance(s). Enforces applicable state and federal requirements; reviews, evaluates and issues permits; initiates and participates in enforcement actions; collects samples and prepares reports and documentation; represents the City with industrial and commercial users. Performs related duties as required. Education: Required—High School Diploma or GED. Preferred-Two-year college degree with major coursework in chemistry, biology, wastewater treatment or other related field. Vocational training in oil and grease pretreatment devices, commercial kitchen plumbing, general knowledge of FDEP rules and regulations. Experience: Knowledge of wastewater collection systems, chemistry and mathematics, oil and grease removal devices, field sampling, analytical testing procedures, quality control measures, laboratory procedures and computer skills. Preferred—2+ years' experience in the environmental field, particularly in FOG management or industrial pretreatment field. Licensure/Certification: FIPA FOG Management certification within one year of hire; FIPA Class “C” or higher certification within two years of hire; with higher levels of certification expected to become a goal of the position. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Position: WATER DIVISION MANAGER Department: PUBLIC SERVICES – REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER SUPPLY FACILITY Annual Salary: $55,129 - $88,814 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Highly independent professional position responsible for the administration and management of the City’s Reverse Osmosis (R.O.) Water Supply Facility, Freshwater Wellfield, Water Distribution Maintenance and Water Quality, and Meter Repair and Maintenance. Provides leadership and guidance through long-range planning, organization, scheduling, staffing, information management and budget management. Integrates operations to ensure efficient and effective water system management practices. Ensures that the City’s water supply operations meet applicable regulatory requirements at federal, state, regional (i.e. SWFWMD) and local levels. Education: Associate’s degree in water-related, physical and/or biological sciences, environmental studies, communications, public relations, or a closely related field, with Bachelor’s degree in the above areas preferred. Experience: Required—5 or more years of increasingly responsible experience with water supply utilities, including water supply facility and water distribution system operation, administration, monitoring and compliance. Preferred—at least 2 years of supervisory experience in water supply at the management level, experience with backflow prevention and meter repair, wellfield permitting and management, prior experience working in a local government utility and experience with reverse osmosis treatment facility operation. Licensure/Certification: Florida Water Treatment Plant Operator licensing or Water Distribution System Operator Certification strongly preferred. Obtaining and advancing licensing/certification is highly encouraged and may be expected as part of the job. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. ******************************************** NOTE: All job applicants selected for new employment with the City of Tarpon Springs will be offered employment conditioned upon the successful completion of a physical with Drug Screening. New employees must enroll in the direct deposit program within six months of employment. ANY PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO REQUIRES A SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THE APPLICATION/SELECTION PROCESS SHOULD CALL THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AT (727) 938-3711 IN ADVANCE. The City of Tarpon Springs is a member of: The International Public Management Association for Human Resources Equal Opportunity Employer Veteran’s Preference Drug Free Workplace We encourage those interested in employment to complete an application or anyone needing detailed information concerning available jobs to come to the Human Resources Office located at: City Hall 324 East Pine Street Tarpon Springs, Florida 34689 (727) 938-3711 FAX (727) 942-5621 Email: HR2@ctsfl.us
City of Tarpon Springs
Copyright © 2019 City of Tarpon Springs. Accessibility

Human Resources

Contact Information: (727) 938-3711,

324 East Pine St, Fax (727) 942-5621

Human Resources is a customer oriented team dedicated to providing personnel services for the City and supporting the City of Tarpon Springs’ mission and vision. Email HR: HR2@ctsfl.us Employee Benefits Application for Employment Ethics, Fraud & Whistleblower Protection Policy

CURRENT OPENINGS UPDATED

JANUARY 16, 2020

Position: WASTEWATER PLANT OPERATOR ‘C’ Department: WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT Annual Salary: $35,012 - $56,405 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Under general supervision, performs operations and maintenance assignments in addition to custodial tasks related to the operations of the Wastewater Treatment Plant. Collects and computes routine and special daily samples, readings and data, and records data into computer. Operates sludge processing equipment and loading operation, monitoring and adjusting processes as needed. Performs maintenance duties in plant and on facility grounds. At the direction of the Chief Wastewater Plant Operator, evaluates and maintains required files and records and prepares various reports as required. Ensures that operations meet all regulatory requirements. Performs maintenance duties in plant and on grounds. Education: Required— High School Diploma or GED equivalency. Vocational education or training in wastewater operations. Experience: Required— 1.5 years of FT experience as an operator in a wastewater treatment facility. Preferred—Three years of constructive experience. Licensure/Certification: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Florida Class “C” Wastewater Plant Operator’s License is required. Depending on area of assignment, Class “B” (CDL) License with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement required within 180 days of employment. May be required to work any shift, weekends, and holidays. Position: PLANNING & ZONING DIRECTOR Department: PLANNING & ZONING Annual Salary Range: $70,360 - $113,353 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Under limited supervision, administers, monitors and updates the City’s comprehensive planning operations and activities, as well as the City’s land development regulations. Serves as the Planning Manager for the City’s Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA). Supervises division personnel. Makes oral and written presentations to the Board of Commissioners and various boards such as Planning & Zoning, Board of Adjustment and Heritage Preservation Board; prepares and administers agendas for same. Coordinates City’s Future Land Use Plan with the Pinellas Planning Council. Administers all planning grants, interlocal planning agreements and development agreements. Prepares ordinances and resolutions; ensures compliance with City development codes. Qualifications: Minimum—Bachelor’s degree in urban or regional planning or a related field and 5-7 years of professional planning experience in private or public sector; Preferred—Master’s degree in urban or regional planning, public administration or related field and 7-10 years in a progressively responsible position in the area of private or public sector professional planning. Also required is 2-3 years of management experience in the area of planning, zoning and/or growth management. AICP required. An equivalent combination of training and experience may be substituted at the City’s discretion for required education, experience and/or management experience. City residency required within one (1) year of appointment. Position: UTILITY OPERATOR/WATER PLANT OPERATOR “C” Department: PUBLIC SERVICES DEPARTMENT – REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER FACILITY Hourly Rate: $17.08 – $27.52 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Under general supervision, performs skilled work in the operation of the reverse osmosis water facility, ensuring compliance with all state and federal regulatory criteria and all safety policies and procedures. Performs work as assigned in the operation and maintenance of water facilities, including the wells, outfall, injection well, Splash Park and distribution system. May assist in developing recommended maintenance/testing/improvement/project plans, work prioritization and planning, coordination with other staff/departments and oversight of related projects or contractors. Assists in other functions as assigned. Education: Required—High School Diploma or GED equivalency. Water operations course C. Preferred—Associate’s or higher degree in chemistry, biology or related field. Vocational/specialized training in the area of Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment operations. Experience: Required—at least 1 year of experience in treatment plant operations which includes laboratory and maintenance duties. Preferred—same as above with prior reverse osmosis water treatment plant operational experience. Licensure/Certification: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Florida DEP Class “C” Water Treatment Plant Operator’s License is required. Class “B” (CDL) with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement is required within 180 of employment, depending on area of assignment. Position: SCHOOL CROSSING GUARD – PART TIME - SUBSTITUTE Department: TARPON SPRINGS POLICE Minimum Hourly Rate: $12.14 Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Basic Requirements: Mature judgment and ability to get along with the public. Work is performed outdoors and applicant must be physically able to perform some manual labor of varying degrees of difficulty and in varying weather conditions. Seasonal Part-Time hours governed by school openings and closing times. Schedule - an hour and a half in the morning and an hour and a half in the afternoon during the school year, as needed. Position: WATER SUPPLY PROTECTION SPECIALIST III Department: PUBLIC SERVICES Hourly Range: $17.08 - $27.52 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Basic Requirements: Under limited supervision, performs various licensed and/or certified technical duties related to the protection of the public water supply, including meter repair and backflow operations, distribution system maintenance and repair, and water quality monitoring and assessment. Performs limited supervisory duties of assigned personnel. Education: Required— High School Diploma or GED equivalency. Preferred—Vocational/specialized training and certification in backflow testing, backflow repairs, meter repairs and calibration. Experience: Required—At least one (1) year of experience in utilities activities, including meter and backflow installation, water distribution systems or plumbing works. Preferred—Three (3) years of experience in utilities activities, meter and backflow installation and plumbing works. At least one (1) year of previous experience specific to the repair and maintenance of backflow and meters. Licensure/Certification: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Must be at least a FDEP Level 3 Water Distribution System Operator, or obtain such license within one (1) year of starting the position. Level 2 or higher FDEP Water Distribution System Operator license required within 3 years of starting position. A Florida Class “B” (CDL) License with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement is required within 180 days of employment depending on area of assignment. Position: WATER DISTRIBUTION TECHNICIAN II Department: PUBLIC SERVICES Hourly Range: $17.08 - $27.52 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Basic Requirements: Under supervision, performs skilled and semi-skilled work to support the daily operations of the City’s water distribution system, including the construction, maintenance and repair of system components to ensure the maximum efficiency and effectiveness of potable and reclaimed water distribution. Provides leadership and limited supervision of subordinate division personnel. Works productively with staff for efficient and compliant operations. Assists in other functions as assigned. Education: Required— High School Diploma or GED equivalency. Preferred—Associate’s or higher degree in chemistry, biology or related field. Vocational/specialized training in the area of water utility operations. Prior Water or Wastewater coursework or experience. Experience: Required—at least 3 years of experience in public water systems maintenance and repair. Preferred—Prior supervisory experience. Licensure/Certification: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Florida DEP minimum Level II Water Distribution Operator’s License is required. Class “B” (CDL) License with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement required within 180 of employment, as determined by the City. Position: WASTEWATER SERVICE WORKER Department: PUBLIC SERVICES Hourly Rate: $14.75 - $23.77 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Wastewater Collection Technician apprenticeship position providing on-the-job experience and knowledge for achieving licensing/certification in the assigned area of operations. Under general technical supervision, performs skilled and semi- skilled work in the installation, maintenance and repair of wastewater system components in the field or at the treatment facility. Works productively with staff for efficient and compliant operations. Assists in other functions as assigned. Education: Required—High School Diploma or GED equivalency. Preferred: Associate’s or higher degree in chemistry, biology or related field. Vocational/specialized training in the area of wastewater utility operations. Prior Wastewater or Water operations coursework or experience. Licensure/Certification: Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Successful completion of testing for Florida Wastewater Collection Certification Level “C” is preferred. Successful completion of testing for Florida Wastewater Collection Certification Level “C” required within 1 year of employment. Florida Wastewater Collection Certification Level “C” required within 2 years of employment. Class “B” (CDL) License with Air Brake Endorsement and Tanker Endorsement required within 180 of employment, depending on area of assignment. Position: TECHNICIAN I Department: PUBLIC WORKS – STREETS and STORMWATER Minimum Hourly Rate: $12.74 Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Under general supervision, performs a variety of maintenance duties for the Streets and Stormwater Division of Public Works such as storm drain cleaning/clearing, storm drain maintenance labor, stormwater treatment facility maintenance, stormwater water quality testing and other related duties. High School Diploma or GED equivalency is required. At least 1 year of experience as a laborer is required. Position requires a valid Florida Driver’s License with a valid Florida Class B Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) with Air Brake endorsement and Tanker endorsement required within 180 days of employment. Position: ENVIRONMENTAL INSPECTOR Department: WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY Annual Salary: $39,179 - $63,118 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Under limited direction performs skilled administrative and technical work in conducting field inspections, sampling, and testing for Fats, Oils and Grease (FOG) Management Program and the Industrial Pretreatment Program (IPP). Coordinates the pretreatment program whereby industrial users of the City’s wastewater treatment facilities are regulated and their waste contribution controlled. This program is based on individual permitting of industrial users whereby compliance is based on demonstrated wastewater water quality above certain minimum standards. Work includes establishment of effective working relationships with industries, explaining their obligations under the IPP and providing information and recommendations to the Division Manager and/or Code Enforcement Board regarding violations of the IPP ordinance(s). Enforces applicable state and federal requirements; reviews, evaluates and issues permits; initiates and participates in enforcement actions; collects samples and prepares reports and documentation; represents the City with industrial and commercial users. Performs related duties as required. Education: Required—High School Diploma or GED. Preferred-Two-year college degree with major coursework in chemistry, biology, wastewater treatment or other related field. Vocational training in oil and grease pretreatment devices, commercial kitchen plumbing, general knowledge of FDEP rules and regulations. Experience: Knowledge of wastewater collection systems, chemistry and mathematics, oil and grease removal devices, field sampling, analytical testing procedures, quality control measures, laboratory procedures and computer skills. Preferred—2+ years' experience in the environmental field, particularly in FOG management or industrial pretreatment field. Licensure/Certification: FIPA FOG Management certification within one year of hire; FIPA Class “C” or higher certification within two years of hire; with higher levels of certification expected to become a goal of the position. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. Position: WATER DIVISION MANAGER Department: PUBLIC SERVICES – REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER SUPPLY FACILITY Annual Salary: $55,129 - $88,814 D.O.Q. Closing Date: OPEN UNTIL FILLED Description/Requirements: Highly independent professional position responsible for the administration and management of the City’s Reverse Osmosis (R.O.) Water Supply Facility, Freshwater Wellfield, Water Distribution Maintenance and Water Quality, and Meter Repair and Maintenance. Provides leadership and guidance through long-range planning, organization, scheduling, staffing, information management and budget management. Integrates operations to ensure efficient and effective water system management practices. Ensures that the City’s water supply operations meet applicable regulatory requirements at federal, state, regional (i.e. SWFWMD) and local levels. Education: Associate’s degree in water-related, physical and/or biological sciences, environmental studies, communications, public relations, or a closely related field, with Bachelor’s degree in the above areas preferred. Experience: Required—5 or more years of increasingly responsible experience with water supply utilities, including water supply facility and water distribution system operation, administration, monitoring and compliance. Preferred—at least 2 years of supervisory experience in water supply at the management level, experience with backflow prevention and meter repair, wellfield permitting and management, prior experience working in a local government utility and experience with reverse osmosis treatment facility operation. Licensure/Certification: Florida Water Treatment Plant Operator licensing or Water Distribution System Operator Certification strongly preferred. Obtaining and advancing licensing/certification is highly encouraged and may be expected as part of the job. Must possess and maintain a valid Florida Driver’s License. ******************************************** NOTE: All job applicants selected for new employment with the City of Tarpon Springs will be offered employment conditioned upon the successful completion of a physical with Drug Screening. New employees must enroll in the direct deposit program within six months of employment. ANY PERSON WITH A DISABILITY WHO REQUIRES A SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THE APPLICATION/SELECTION PROCESS SHOULD CALL THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AT (727) 938-3711 IN ADVANCE. The City of Tarpon Springs is a member of: The International Public Management Association for Human Resources Equal Opportunity Employer Veteran’s Preference Drug Free Workplace We encourage those interested in employment to complete an application or anyone needing detailed information concerning available jobs to come to the Human Resources Office located at: City Hall 324 East Pine Street Tarpon Springs, Florida 34689 (727) 938-3711 FAX (727) 942-5621 Email: HR2@ctsfl.us
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