Must have knowledge of departmental tools and equipment.
Must have basic knowledge to be trained on how septic systems, grease traps and pump stations work.
Must be able to be trained on how to operate vacuum truck pump systems and know all related safety procedures.
Must have knowledge of the Division’s territory. Must have the ability to read road maps and establish routes from service points.
Must be available for on-call and overtime. On-call will be approx. 1 weekend per month.
Must be able to lift at least 100 pounds and be physically able to dig for extended periods of time. Duties will include: digging up the manhole cover, dragging hoses, bending over holding the hose to pump the tanks.
Must be able to fill out reports, waste manifests, work orders and time sheets legibly.
Must have good interpersonal skills and a professional manner as daily interaction with customers is required.
Must have knowledge of rules and regulations regarding waste disposal.
Must complete training for confined space entry.
Must be able to be trained on how to operate tow behind hydro-jetter, and HiVac industial loader.
Experience preferred with driving vehicles with a Split Shift Manual Transmission with one of the following:
A valid Commercial Driver’s License, Class B, with Tank endorsement and Air Brake Restriction removed is preferred.
- 8 Speed Eaton / Fuller
- 10 Speed Eaton / Fuller
- 13 Speed Eaton / Fuller
- 15 Speed Eaton / Fuller
The classification of “HiVac/Laborer Operator” is subject to the Federal Highway Administration Regulation 49 CFR Part 382 that stipulates that any employee who is required to obtain and hold a commercial driver’s license is subject to the following:
The United States Department of Transportation governing Physical Qualifications and Examinations, SUBPART E Article 391.41 states a person holding a Commercial Driver’s License shall not drive a commercial motor vehicle unless he/she is physically qualified to do so. He/she will be required to successfully obtain a Medical Examiner’s Certificate prior to starting in the position. Federal regulations mandate that the medical certificate must be in one’s possession at all times.
- Random drug and alcohol testing
- Reasonable suspicion testing
- Post accident testing involving a loss of life and/or citation for a moving violation
- Return to duty testing
- Bi-annual medical certification (physical examination)
High School Graduate or a G.E.D. Certificate is required; a minimum of three years experience
Aqua America, Inc. - 19 months ago
Aqua America helps keep water clean and people quenched. It is a holding company for regulated utilities that provide water distribution and...