Water Operator or Wastewater Operator

Augusta County Service Authority is accepting applications for a Water Plant Operator or Wastewater Operator.  Experience & license preferred, but will train a suitable candidate in the operation of the water/wastewater plants and equipment used to collect, treat, and dispose of waterborne domestic and industrial waste, treat and disinfect drinking water supplies safely, efficiently, and in accordance with specified procedures. Monitor operations to determine the efficiency of the treatment facility and quality.  High school graduate or equivalent with course work in chemistry, biology, or related science.   Must have an understanding of basic mathematics, mechanical and electrical knowledge, use general hand tools, and have a valid driver’s license. Required or ability to acquire a Class B Virginia Commercial Driver License with H and N endorsements.  Excellent benefits including Virginia Retirement System (VRS). E.O.E. Salary based on experience.
Interested applicants can view complete job description and apply online at www.acsawater.com or pick up an application at the Administration and Engineering office at the Augusta County Service Authority, 18 Government Center Lane, Verona, VA.  Open until filled.

Job Description
Online Application



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Equal Employment Opportunity

Augusta County Service Authority is committed to providing a work environment free from unlawful discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, veteran status, political affiliation, genetics, or disability in accordance with state and federal law.

 Medical Examinations

All applicants are required to undergo a post-offer, pre-employment medical examination and an drug and alcohol screening conducted by an Authority designated physician.  An offer of employment is contingent upon, among other things, satisfactory completion of this examination and screening.  Applicants who refuse to be tested for drug and alcohol screening will not be considered for employment.

All positions requiring a CDL or designated as Safety Sensitive are subject to random drug and alcohol testing.  Employees may be required to undergo periodic medical examinations and/or alcohol and drug screenings when reasonable suspicion exists for alcohol/drug misuse or after a workplace accident (refer to Section XII for additional information on the Drug and Alcohol Abuse Policy).  Employees are expected to provide the Authority access to these medical records if required as part of their medical examinations or screenings.  The Authority will receive a full medical report from its examining physicians.