Inland Empire Utilities Agency

An Employer of Choice in the Inland Empire

The Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA) secures and supplies supplemental water; collects and treats wastewater; produces high quality renewable products such as recycled water, compost and energy; and promotes the sustainable use of groundwater and development of local water supplies. IEUA serves approximately 875,000 residents in a 242-square mile service area in western San Bernardino County, California.  As a regional wastewater treatment agency, IEUA provides sewage utility services to seven contracting agencies and provides wholesale imported water to seven retail agencies.  IEUA owns and operates four facilities specializing in regional water recycling services.  The facilities take in approximately 50 million gallons of wastewater per day for treatment, producing high-quality recycled water.  IEUA also manages the recharge of recycled, storm and imported water through the Chino Basin Groundwater Recharge Program and coordinates regional water-use efficiency and education programs.  IEUA is committed to meeting the needs of the region by providing essential services in a regionally planned and cost-effective manner while safeguarding public health, promoting economic development and protecting the environment.

 

 

 

1 job(s) at Inland Empire Utilities Agency

Inland Empire Utilities Agency Chino, CA, USA
Jan 01, 2022
Full Time
THE OPPORTUNITY: Are you a highly organized and reliable professional with a passion for process automation and control? Do you have a knack for data and problem solving? The Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA) has an exciting opportunity for you as a Control Systems Analyst in the Agency's Integrated Systems Services Department! This position serves as an integral member of the agency's Integrated Systems Services team. The successful candidate will serve in the enhancement and maintenance of process automation, SCADA, PLC, HMI, and ICS applications as well as designing new process automation projects.  If you enjoy researching, developing and enhancing automation solutions, this is the job for you!    The Agency is a regional wastewater treatment agency and wholesale distributor of imported water serving approximately 875,000 people over 242 square miles in western San Bernardino County. Over 300 personnel contribute to the success of the Agency. The Agency owns and/or operates, and maintains 5 water recycling facilities, 160 miles of sewer collection system, a potable water facility, 19 supply water well sites, 4 sewage lift stations, a recycled water distribution and storage system, 19 groundwater recharge sites, a 400,000-square foot indoor composting facility, and a 66,000 square foot Headquarters building.   Experience with Rockwell software, Allen-Bradley ControlLogix, Schneider Modicon, Aveva Wonderware, and Aveva PI highly desired.   THE POSITION: Under general supervision, performs a wide variety of difficult and responsible duties in the installation, enhancement and maintenance of process automation Distributed Control Systems (DCS) and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems to ensure safe, efficient and cost-effective opera­tion of the Agency's operated facilities; works with end users to determine, document and apply process control standards and requirements to systems and devices; programs and maintains specialized hardware and field devices; assists in the maintenance of radio systems and communication networks; and performs related duties as assigned.    DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: A Control Systems Analyst I performs journey-level professional duties in the information systems services job series. Incumbents in this class program, maintain, enhance and support the Agency's control systems operations. Incumbents assist and train the Agency's end users to make effective use of process automation systems and process informa­tion networks to effectively accomplish Agency and departmental goals. Control Systems Analyst II is the advanced skill level and working lead class in the Control Systems Analyst series. In addition to performing the full range of journey-level professional duties, incumbents serve as the working lead person of the unit, coordinating and overseeing the work and providing training and guidance to employees engaged in the operations, maintenance and integration of process automation platforms, related computer systems and networks. Incumbents provide advanced technical and systems administration support of the network and provide design input on process automation and control system projects. Incumbents work with limited supervision and exercise independent judgment to ensure employees complete assigned tasks and responsibilities in accordance with broad operational or project requirements. Performance is measured in terms of overall performance and results. Control Systems Analyst II is distinguished from the Process Automation & Control Supervisor in that incumbents in the latter class have full supervisory responsibility for the section and broader administra­tion duties. Employees in this class typically report to a Process Automation & Control Supervisor.