Careers in Water/Wastewater
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Utility Maintenance Technician III
City of Edgerton
The City of Edgerton is seeking a motivated, self-starter for an opening in our utility department. The Utility Maintenance Technician III works under the direct supervision of the Utility Superintendent. This skilled position will perform various duties and tasks necessary for the operation of public utilities facilities and associated utility assets for the City of Edgerton. This position performs work for both water and wastewater utility departments, including daily, monthly, and annual water monitoring and testing as well as regular inspections and cleaning of infrastructure. Less experienced candidates are eligible for Utility Maintenance Technician I or II.
The City of Edgerton offers a competitive benefits package to include medical, dental and vision insurance; participation in the Kansas Public Employee Retirement System (KPERS); supplemental retirement, including a 457(b); paid leave benefits, in addition to other voluntary benefit programs. The anticipated wage depends on level of experience.
Qualified candidates must have a high school diploma, or equivalent, and must successfully pass pre-employment screenings, such as background check, physical and drug check. Experience is not required for the Utility Maintenance Technician I level, and the City will provide appropriate training for the successful candidate(s). Experienced candidates should possess a Class II Water Operator or Wastewater Certification with the ability to obtain a Class III certification within one year.
Interested candidates should submit a resume and application to Ms. Leslee Rivarola, RR Municipal Advisory Services at [email protected]