Education and Visitor Programs Specialist
Responsible for overseeing and coordinating educational programming and the visitor experiences available at Holland Board of Public Works (HBPW) facilities, with a primary focus on the Holland Energy Park Visitor Center.
Essential qualifications include a bachelor’s degree in education, history, marketing, business or relevant field, at least two years of instruction or presentation experience, and at least two years of supervisory or volunteer coordination experience.
Electric Distribution Engineering Supervisor
Responsible for the supervision and support of employees in the electric Engineering Department, preparing and approving work orders, plans, specifications and cost estimates for the construction of electric system projects, implementation and ongoing development of the engineering Geographical Information System (GIS) applications, and preparing material and design standards for the electrical distribution system.
Preferred qualifications include a bachelor’s degree in engineering for an ABET accredited program; or equivalent education and experience, and at least four years of experience in electric utility engineering, including supervisory experience.
Water/Wastewater Service Coordinator
Responsible for coordinating residential and commercial needs within the Water & Wastewater department. Key responsibilities include account creation and invoicing for new customer services, coordination with local plumbers and area townships, ensuring resolution to customer concerns, and cross connection inspection correspondence and record keeping.
Preferred qualifications include administrative or work scheduling experience with a water/wastewater utility.
Environmental & Regulatory Specialist
Responsible for monitoring environmental issues and interpreting regulations for Water Treatment, Wastewater Treatment and Electric Production operations at the Holland Board of Public Works, a municipal utility serving the City of Holland and surrounding areas.
Investigates new and pending environmental issues (with focus on air, water, and waste) and develops future compliance plans. Develops and maintains programs to ensure compliance with all environmental regulations impacting Operations Department facilities. Ensures all required environmental reports and documentation are maintained and submitted to the appropriate regulatory agencies in a timely manner. Advises Operations Department staff in the policy, strategies and applications of existing and new regulations. Develops procedures, guidelines and reports through which the Operations Department can achieve and maintain compliance with existing and new regulations.
Journeyman Line Worker (Utility Lineman)
The position is responsible for constructing, maintaining and repairing electrical lines for street lighting, overhead and underground distribution as well as installing primary metering and voltage regulators. Lineworker also make service connections, hang transformers and dig holes for poles and anchors.
This position requires completion of an apprenticeship program recognized by the U.S. Department of Labor along with knowledge of working energized lines ranging from 110 volts to 7200 volts. The ideal candidate will also know how to perform bucket and pole top rescue. The ability and skill in climbing poles and working at moderate heights with wires energized at high voltages and the ability to climb ladders and poles vertically is required. This position requires residency within 20 miles of the municipal boundary.
Water/Wastewater Process Engineer
Provide technical and engineering support for water and wastewater treatment processes at the Holland Board of Public Works, a municipal utility serving the City of Holland and surrounding area.
Serve as the design engineer, project manager, and construction contract administrator on process improvement projects. Coordinate with other BPW engineering staff and/or consultants on major capital improvement projects. Administer the plant reporting databases, updating and creating variables and reports as necessary for plant operations and regulatory reporting. Oversee the Asset Management Programs in order to assure that plant assets are maintained and replaced as necessary to meet the level of service goals of the facilities. Assist plant superintendents in the development of the capital improvement plan for the facilities. This position is a shared position between the HBPW's Water Reclamation Facility and Water Treatment Plant.
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