Under direction of the Operations Manager, operates, interfaces, installs, troubleshoots, maintains and repairs electrical, electronic and computerized equipment used in the Agency’s water/wastewater treatment systems; conduct integration and networking; maintain, troubleshoot telemetry radios, computerized controls involving SCADA systems, programmable logic controller, servers, level and flow monitoring devices; manage the SCADA wide area networks and other needs of the Agency; supervise and manage the Instrumentation/Electrical staff; budgets; training and safety requirements; maintain confidentiality. Develops P&ID, designs and lays out electrical and control projects; maintains records for preventative maintenance; utilizes CMMS software
HS Diploma or GED with three years formal technical college and five years of experience including two years of supervisory experience.
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.