Job - Wastewater Tech

Job Title: Wastewater Tech

Job Order #: CT-8065

Location: Iowa

Salary Range: $40000 - $60000

Commission / Bonus:

Benefits: Health Insurance + Paid Vacation


- 4 year degree in related field and/or 3-5 years’ experience
- Class D Waste Water License or higher preferred
- Type 4 land application license a plus
- Knowledgeable in mathematics, especially arithmetic and algebra
- Independent self-starter and team player
- Able to read, understand and effectively communicate information
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite: Excel, Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, Outlook, Web/Internet and Electronic filing
- Well organized with a demonstrated ability to make things work as efficient as possible
- Knowledge of power tools and equipment
- Demonstrate a strong mechanical aptitude regarding pumps, electric motors, bearings, belts, seals and gearboxes
- Knowledgeable in a wide variety of plumbing and flow collection system applications
- Familiar with entering confined spaces and writing permit entries
- Capable of managing a large annual budget
- Ability to walk, crawl, climb stairs and ladders, bend, lift and carry up to 50 lbs, discern colors


Hansen Agri-PLACEMENT is assisting an established Ag Employer in their search for an experienced Wastewater Tech for on of their Iowa Ag Production facilities. The Wastewater Tech will be responsible for the operation and maintenance of a complex biological/mechanical, activated sludge, wastewater treatment program and facility which includes:

- Problem solving and troubleshoot electrical and mechanical problems
- Train and work with other coworkers as needed, may manage others depending on site needs
- Build, organize and maintain documents and spreadsheets that trend and track day-to-day activities and operations
- Practice lock-out tag-out procedures according to COMPANY policies and procedures
- Responsible for following Safety Data Sheet (SDS) procedures and filing required reports when necessary
- Report on local and federal levels
- Enter confined spaces and write permit entries for those spaces as needed
- Oversee and give input on annual budget
- Responsible for responding to alarms after hours on nights, holidays and weekends
- Schedule and handle chemical inventories and vendor relations
- Schedule contract labor for annual preventative care, inspections and repairs
- Attend educational training and classes to keep current on wastewater technologies and maintain renewal of wastewater licenses at plant or with plant contractor if applicable
- Oversees a complex land application of type 4 materials program through the contractor in conjunction with applicable Pollution Control Agencies which includes, detailed record keeping, annual reporting, and maintaining public and farmer relations
- Responsible for monthly reporting to nearby city municipality as it pertains to Rembrandt's waste water contract
- Collect, handle, test, analyze and record water/waste water samples and data, as well as prepare paperwork for submitting samples to certified labs for analysis
- Maintain a detailed and organized computer filing system
- Maintain and outsource spare parts and supply inventories
- Practice good housekeeping skills to maintain buildings and equipment
- Maintain a strong preventative maintenance program
- Work with and may maintain a 100,000 GPD water softening system
- Operate power tools and equipment safely as needed
- Attend monthly management meetings if required

Contact Info:
To be considered for this position, please refer to the Job Order # above and email your resume to Carrie Thomas at or call 308-384-4886. Please to fill out our online application if you are not currently registered.

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