City of Fort Worth 55 reviews - Fort Worth, TX

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Two (2) positions are currently open in Field Operations in the Water Mains and Water Taps and Services Section. The shift will be determined at a later date.

NOTE: An eligibility list may be established to fill future vacancies. Incomplete applications will not be processed.
The City of Fort Worth Water Department is seeking an individual to supervise, assign, review and participate in the work of employees responsible for various construction, maintenance, and repair activities related to assigned division; to ensure work quality and adherence to established policies and procedures; and to perform the more technical and complex tasks relative to assigned area of responsibility.

Selected candidate should have good customer service skills; ability to train and supervise subordinates; knowledge of wastewater distribution systems; ability to read blueprints, maps and engineering drawings; knowledge of construction methods and equipment usage (e.g. backhoes, loaders, tractors, dozers, and other water and wastewater maintenance equipment); ability to work in outside conditions, on different shifts, overtime (as needed), on a rotational beeper callout schedule, some weekends and holidays work required.

Skills / Requirements High school diploma or GED certificate supplemented by specialized training in field operations construction, maintenance, repair PLUS two (2) years of responsible experience in field construction, maintenance, repair or operational activities related to assigned division.
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Possession of a valid Class A CDL driver's license is required. A test out will be conducted to demonstrate ability to operate heavy equipment.
MISC. REQUIREMENTS: City of Fort Worth policy on acceptable driving record required.
Possession of a Class C Water Distribution License preferred.

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In 1926, the City of Fort Worth created a Department of Health and Welfare and began providing public health services to its residents....