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City of Bloomington, Indiana

POSITION DESCRIPTION
Performs routine and preventative maintenance to booster and lift stations to ensure the proper functioning of systems and equipment. Evaluates equipment electrical problems and performs light wiring repairs and replacements, as required. Conducts inspections and responds to emergency service as needed. Required to work overtime as volume of work and management dictates. 

 

EDUCATION
High school education or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.

 

TRAINING/SKILLS
Working knowledge of the operations of wastewater lift stations and water booster station systems.  Ability to perform both emergency and routine inspections of equipment and machinery.  Ability to diagnose electrical and mechanical failures and perform light wiring. Ability to understand and read electrical schematics. Knowledge of applicable safety precautions and procedures. Working knowledge of and skill in the operation of department vehicles and related equipment.  

 

LICENSE/REQUIREMENTS
Class B CDL is required; Class A CDL is preferred. Tanker endorsement must be obtained within 120 days of employment.

 

HOURS
7:30am-3:30pm, Monday-Friday, other hours as required. Required to be on call every 4 weeks. 

 

SALARY
$17.36 - $18.34 per hour

 

ANYONE WISHING TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION MAY DO SO BY FAX, EMAIL OR AT CITY HALL, HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT, 401 N MORTON STREET, SUITE 230 ON OR BEFORETHURSDAY, AUGUST 17 BY 5:00PM.

 

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The City of Bloomington does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship status, religion, age, veteran status, housing status and disability status in employment or the provision of services.

The City of Bloomington validates authorization to work using eVerify. The City will provide the Social Security Administration and, if necessary, the Department of Homeland Security, with information from each new employee’s I-9 form to confirm work authorization.
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