The surface water treatment specialist has primary responsibility for performing sanitary surveys, surveillance visits, and reviewing plans, specifications, and permit applications for community water supplies which have treatment plants subject to the Surface Water Treatment Rules. The surface water treatment specialist also has primary responsibility for reviewing monthly operation reports and serves as the main contact for communities subject to the Surface Water Treatment Rules.
This position serves as the statewide specialist in one or more of the following technical elements of surface water treatment: membrane filtration, conventional treatment (coagulation, flocculation, sedimentation, and filtration), and disinfection (alternative disinfectants, CT, and disinfection byproduct control). This specialist reviews new, complex, or unique treatment technologies in these categories being considered for installation in the state.
NOTE: The work location of this position will be determined based upon the successful candidate.
Required Education and Experience
Possession of a bachelor’s degree in engineering.
Four years of experience equivalent to an Environmental Engineer, including two years equivalent to an Environmental Engineer P11 or one year equivalent to an Environmental Engineer 12 or Environmental Engineer Licensed 12.
Possession of a registered professional engineer license is required for this position.
Additional Requirements and Information