Under general supervision, primary responsibility in the area of water treatment plant operations, well system maintenance, SCADA system operation, operation and maintenance of related distribution pump stations and storage tanks, reporting requirements and standby duties. Monitors and controls the processes and operation of all equipment, instruments and controls related to treatment plants, wells, distribution pump stations, storage tanks; order and receive chemicals; maintains plant records and logs; completes all required reports.
HS Diploma and one year of responsible experience; valid CA driver’s license, a California Water Treatment Operators Certificate Grade II and a California State Distribution Operator Certificate II required.
The Amador Water Agency owns and operates 11 small community wastewater systems. Over the 50 years since its formation, the Amador Water Agency purchased the Amador Canal System from PG&E, in 1978 constructed the Central Amador Water Project and the Buckhorn Water Treatment Plant to provide water to hundreds of upcountry residents, updated the Tanner Water Treatment Plant, built the Ione Pipeline ...and a new water treatment plant and storage tanks in Ione, now provides treated water to Jackson, added new wells to the Lake Camanche Village and La Mel Heights systems, completed the 9-mile-long Amador Transmission Pipeline, and completed the Plymouth Pipeline.