Process Monitor

Deadline: 4/24/2019 12:00:00 AM
Position Reference Number: BP050
Salary Range: Gr.U6 $23.93 - $31.40 Starting Salary $23.93
Division-Section-Unit: Operations & Maintenance Division/ BPWWTF
Shift: 11 PM – 7 AM; Days Off: Tuesday & Wednesday
Location: East Providence
Assignment(s) Comments:
Limitations: None
Position Covered By Collective Bargaining Union Agreement: Yes
Name of Bargaining Unit Union: Council 94, Local 1010

Duties/Responsibilities

The Process Monitor is responsible for monitoring the data from the plant’s computers and electronics and adjusting operations to maintain compliance with standards and regulations. Serve as a lead to lower level staff regarding the operation of the plant and troubleshooting problems.  Monitor and operate a variety of computers and electronics in the monitoring of plant operations.  Monitor plant readings and adjust plant levels based on operational procedures and guidelines in order to maintain proper plant operations.  Maintain a variety of logs, reports, and documentation regarding plant operations and readings.  Oversee and/or respond to alarms or operational problems within plant property and at remote locations and takes corrective action based on defined procedures or supervisor direction.  Assist with completing applicable regulatory reports and working with related agencies.  Skill in operating a computer and applicable software applications.  Perform all duties of an Operator I or II as assigned.  Perform other duties of a similar nature or level.

Education-Experience

EDUCATION: High School Diploma, or G.E.D.; and EXPERIENCE: Two years of experience as an Operator II. Or, an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above. Special Requirements: At the time of appointment, must possess a Full Grade II Operator’s certification license for wastewater treatment plant (Ch. 42-17.4-6 of the General Laws of 1956, as amended), and must possess valid driver’s license in good standing.

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Provisions:

Reasonable Accommodations:
If an applicant is unable to perform any essential job functions because of his/her disability, but can achieve the required results by means of a REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION, then the individual shall not be considered unqualified for the position.

Medical Information:
Successful completion of a pre-placement physical examination and drug screen will be required after a conditional offer of employment has been made. Apply within the application period as shown. The NBC does not assume responsibility for applications sent through the mail. NOTE: The Narragansett Bay Commission union contracts allow a 3 day grace period for its members only.

SEND RESUME OR APPLICATION TO:


    The Narragansett Bay Commission
    Human Resources Office
    One Service Road
    Providence, RI 02905
    Fax (401) 461-2242

E-mail hr@narrabay.com. E-mailed resumes must be received in MS Word Format.