Electrician/Instrument & Controls Tech

This position is responsible for maintenance work in the Operations Department that services the Water Treatment Plant and the Water Reclamation Facility; as well as the W/WW collection and distribution systems.  This position will assist in programming and troubleshooting of software and hardware components of programmable logic controllers (PLC’s) and SCADA systems along with developing specifications for new instrumentation and control systems.  Also, perform calibration, testing and installation of I&C systems and other electrical/maintenance projects.

An Associate's degree in electronics, or related field; or equivalent education and experience including trade school or certificate are required along with at least two years’ experience in electrical/electronic maintenance field and at least two years’ experience in troubleshooting, calibration and repair of electronic, hydraulic and pneumatic instrumentation equipment.


Journeyman Lineworker

This 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.


Water & Wastewater Service & Maintenance Tech

This position is responsible for manual work related to the construction, operation, maintenance, and servicing of the water distribution and wastewater collection systems. Our Service & Maintenance staff assist in the installation and repair of water mains, water services, hydrants, valves, and pump station equipment, as well as inspection, cleaning, and repair of sanitary sewer lines, manholes, lift stations, and related infrastructure and equipment.

Qualifications for this position include a high school diploma or equivalent; working knowledge of tools, equipment, methods and materials used in the water distribution and wastewater collection systems. This position requires an S-4 classification license from the State of Michigan. All candidates must live within 20 miles of the municipal boundary of Holland Board of Public Works.

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