Town of Windsor Locks Human Resources
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Town of Windsor Locks
External Position Posting
Operator 2-WPCA Maintenance Foreman
Department of Public Works
Closing date open until filled
Location: Water Pollution Control Facility
Hours full time-40 hours non exempt
Salary Hourly rate bargaining unit NAGE
Requirements( not all inclusive)
Associates Degree in Wastewater Technology or Sanitary Engineering from a
recognized college or university or a minimum of five years’ experience in
the field with additional education in wastewater technology from an
accredited and recognized college or university may be substituted for an AS degree
A state of CT Class II Wastewater Treatment Operators Certificate
NEWEA Grade ll Collection System Certification
Per union contract NAGE $35.01 non exempt benefited
Closing date of Internal posting:
The Town of Windsor Locks is an Equal Opportunity Employer, AA/EOE
Send resume and cover letter via email [email protected]
Or to 50 Church Street, Windsor Locks, CT 06096
Attn: Director of Human Resources
Open until filled
Posting Date: 2/22/2022
Closes: Open until filled
Job Title: Lock tender (Main Street Community Steward)
Hours: Up to 19.5 hours per week
Rate per hour: $15.00 per hour non benefited nonunion
Budgeted amount not to exceed $8400.00 *
Location: Main Street Windsor Locks Community Steward
Job Reports to: First Selectman; Director of Public Works; Director of Planning & Development
Originally, the Connecticut River Company (now the Windsor Locks Canal Company) engaged a lock tender to manage the passage of boats through the Windsor Locks Canal. A lock tender had to be reliable and friendly. The position grew into one of great local honor and importance as the lock tender was essentially the ambassador of Windsor Locks to the hundreds of boatmen who passed through the canal annually.
Today, the Lock tender will serve as a downtown Windsor Locks steward, helping to keep downtown Windsor Locks tidy, friendly and welcoming to residents, shop owners and visitors. This is currently funded as a seasonal position, entirely through Downtown Tax Increment Financing District revenue.
- Greet residents, shop owners and their employees, and visitors with professionalism, enthusiasm, and energy.
- Litter pickup and disposal.
- Tend to street tree beds.
- Report problem spots.
- Report encroachments and dumping activity.
- Receive neighborhood complaints, seek to respond, or refer to appropriate resources.
- Answer basic questions regarding the downtown district.
- Other duties as assigned, seasonal projects
TOWN OF WINDSOR LOCKS
Chief Operator WPCA
Public Works Department
POSTING DATE: 4/6/2021
POSTING CLOSES- open until filled
Position Title: Chief Operator
Department: Public Works/WPCA
Position: Chief Operator
Position Type FULL TIME
Non-exempt Employee/UNION BENEFITED POSITION/Bargaining Unit-NAGE-Local RI-177
Reports to: Sup/WPCA in the absence reports to Director of Public Works
Rate of pay: per bargaining union contract (will send contract per request)
-40 hour work week per union contract
Responsibilities include but not limited too:
Under the General Supervision WPCA/Superintendent/Director of Public Works
Essential Duties & Functions:
- Day to day operations for WPCA facility
- Ensuring facility is safety operated in compliance coordinates and conducts training
- Maintains accuraterecords/required by dept & DEP requirements
- Plans work Schedules and personnel
- Oversees work performed by and job performance of subordinate workers/seasonal
Preferred Education And/or Experience:
College degree preferred
valid cdl class b drivers lic, with air brake tanker endorsements
Extensive knowledge of the method and equipment usual to wastewater collection and the treatment and the practices required to operate a class Iv treatment facility.
State of Ct Class IV Wastewater Treatment Operators Certificate
(This postingsummary DOES NOT constitute full duties and functions of the position. A job description is available upon request).
Application available on line at www.townofwindsorlocks.org/
Or call 860-627-1431 for application to be sent US mail. Mail application/resume to Director of Human Resources 50 Church Street, Windsor Locks, CT 06096 EOE-AAE
Email resume and town application to [email protected]
Main Street Windsor Locks Community Steward
JOB TITLE: Locktender (Main Street Community Steward)
JOB REPORTS TO: First Selectman; Director of Public Works; Director of Planning & Development
Originally, the Connecticut River Company (now the Windsor Locks Canal Company) engaged a locktender to manage the passage of boats through the Windsor Locks Canal. A locktender had to be reliable and friendly. The position grew into one of great local honor and importance as the locktender was essentially the ambassador of Windsor Locks to the hundreds of boatmen who passed through the canal annually.
Today, the Locktender will serve as a downtown Windsor Locks steward, helping to keep downtown Windsor Locks tidy, friendly and welcoming to residents, shop owners and visitors. This is currently funded as a seasonal position, entirely through Downtown Tax Increment Financing District revenue.
Greet residents, shop owners and their employees, and visitors with professionalism, enthusiasm and energy.
Litter pickup and disposal.
Tend to street tree beds.
Report problem spots.
Report encroachments and dumping activity.
Receive neighborhood complaints, seek to respond or refer to appropriate resources.
Answer basic questions regarding the downtown district.
Assist with special projects as required.
Commitment to the community.
Proven ability to work as a self-starter and team member.
Demonstrated strong judgment and integrity.
Ability to lift full trash collection bags.
Ability to follow directions and work independently.
Up to 35 hours per week. Non benefited non union
COMPENSATION-to be determined
Open until filled
This job description is not intended to be a complete statement of all duties, functions, responsibilities and qualifications that comprise this position. This position is intended to be general and may evolve over time. The description is subject to periodic updating. At management’s discretion, the employee may be assigned different or additional duties from time to time
Day to day operations for WPCA facility