Are you seeking an employer to support your professional growth? Then you should join the team at Johnson County Wastewater. The Line Cleaning and Inspection Crew Memberposition falls within a career progression program giving employees the opportunity for advancement. Additional opportunities exist for you to learn additional skills and development in your career at Johnson County Wastewater.Are awesome benefits and competitive wages also important to you? Johnson County has you covered! Our benefit package includes medical, dental, vision, short and long term disability, retirement, and flex spending, as well as access to many discounts and services.This job will remain open until filled
. The job duties of the Line Cleaning and InspectionCrew Member I may include the following:
- Under limited and indirect supervision completes a variety of routine, semi-skilled, skilled, and manual tasks in the completion of wastewater collection system cleaning and inspection; works on an assigned crew providing assistance and support for a variety of routine and non-routine labor tasks, such as pulling hoses, setting up traffic control for work sites; removing debris from sewer lines; determining what materials are needed and how best to set-up equipment for the work completed, preparing materials and tools, cleaning holding tanks, sewer lines, and other areas using high pressure hoses, saw blades, and other equipment, and taking inventory of materials on a work truck; assists with more complex specialty crew work in the operation of the jet vac truck, CCTV truck, or other related equipment; provides training and support to other staff in more routine work functions and assists with other training for new employees.
- Operates a variety of vehicles, light medium and heavy duty equipment, and tools; follows established safety protocols for completion of safety sensitive work, such as wearing required personal protective equipment and following guidelines and directions for confined space entries; carries on-call phone or pager and responds to emergency and afterhours calls for service to address routine emergency requests as the subject matter expert or assist other staff with more complex and less routine calls.
- Enters data into maintenance and other tracking systems; completes routine preventative maintenance as well as preventative maintenance of a more complex nature; responds to customer service inquiries and escalates more complex questions or concerns to a crew leader or supervisor; understands how to safely operate equipment, such as a Jet Truck and occasionally takes truck out as active crew leader.
High school diploma or equivalent and a Class B CDL with air brake and tanker endorsement; and an acceptable driving record are required.One year of experience with light, medium, or heavy-duty equipment is preferred.Johnson County Government requires reference/background screening for all positions. Specified criteria may vary by Department/Agency. Physical, Environmental, and Special Working Conditions:
Excessive standing and/or walking.
Exposure to extreme temperatures.
Exposure to fumes and/or chemicals.
Exposure to heights.
Exposure to loud noises.
Lifting and carrying: 80 lbs.
Exposure to raw sewage.
On call/stand-by work required.
Safety sensitive job.
Weather essential job. Department and county essential.
All County employees may be called upon to assist other departments in a declared emergency situation.
Exposure to confined spaces.
Push/pull 75 lbs.
Climbing, bending, crouching, kneeling, balancing.
This position will require the use of personal protective and other safety related tools or protocols in accordance with job functions which may include safety glasses, safety boots, gloves, and other items.
Primary (25% or more)
Engineering, Transportation, and Infrastructure