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Under close supervision of the Chief, Construction Engineer, performs and monitors civil, electrical, and mechanical engineering activities relating to the construction of public water supply facilities. Administers construction contracts and performs other related activities as required.
Augusta County Service Authority is accepting applications for a full-time Project Coordinator. The Project Coordinator will coordinate with the Engineering Department to provide technical assistance to the Treatment Operations Department in the areas of system management and operations, design and construction of new facilities, facilities upgrades, replacements, expansions, budgeting, procurement/project delivery, permitting, and construction.
The Project Manager position is a high-profile leadership role at B&V. In this capacity, this professional will serve as part of the Water business leadership in B&V’s local office.  As part of a collaborative team, they will be responsible for managing the successful delivery of water-related infrastructure projects in the Virginia Beach area. 
Water Resources Department is seeking a Stormwater Technician to perform a variety of duties related to the resource and public protection initiatives through the Stormwater Utility, MS4 permit, and other regulations.  
The City of Staunton is seeking a collaborative and innovative leader who performs intermediate professional work planning and directing all field utility construction and repair activities for water and wastewater utility systems. Position oversees and helps perform recurring preventative maintenance (RPM) activities on water/sewer lines and appurtenances; identifies safety concerns, and helps coordinate, plan, develop, and implement policies and procedures to provide a safe work environment.
The Town of Culpeper’s Environmental Services Department is seeking qualified applicants for a Utility Plant Operator.  An experienced operator with a wastewater and/or water treatment license issued by the Commonwealth of Virginia is preferred; however, persons without experience or license will be considered.
The Service Authority is seeking an Engineering Manager to provide daily departmental support, project management, and organizational program oversight.  Applicant must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering or similar field.  Applicant should have 5+ years direct experience and be a licensed Professional Engineer.  A complete job description and digital application are available on our website at
The Augusta County Service Authority is the public water and wastewater treatment provider for Augusta County, Virginia serving more than 14,600 residential, commercial, and industrial customers.  The Service Authority provides a competitive salary, offers a full benefits package, and VRS retirement.
Cadmus seeks a Drinking Water or Wastewater Engineer Senior Analyst with education and experience in environmental or civil engineering or a related discipline to join our thriving team of water and wastewater professionals in our support of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), state regulatory agencies, and other government entities.
The Cadmus Group is a premier consulting group focusing on water, energy, climate change, international development, and homeland security. With nearly 650 people in the U.S. and Europe, we offer intellectually challenging work, a collegial environment, opportunities for advancement, and an excellent benefits package.
The Town of Leesburg, Department of Utilities Water Pollution Control Division is looking for a regular, full-time Utility Plant Supervisor.
The Water Pollution Control Division (WPCD) is responsible for the safe and efficient treatment of wastewater generated within the Leesburg service area and the subsequent stabilization and disposal of the solid wastes produced to ensure the protection of public health and the environment.   
What You'll Be Doing
This position involves advanced technical and supervisory work in the Utilities Department in the operation and maintenance of the wastewater treatment plant and associated facilities and equipment.  Work involves responsibility for scheduling, assigning, and prioritizing work, coordinating training, conducting performance evaluations, monitoring employee performance, and overseeing the operation of the plant and plant laboratory.
The Department of Public Utilities in Henrico County has several openings available for Instrumentation Specialists. Positions are available at the Water Treatment Facility, the Water Reclamation Facility, and in the Operations Division. The positions require a basic working knowledge of the standard practices, materials, tools, and equipment of the electronic and instrumentation trade; demonstrated skill in the use and care of the tools, equipment, and materials used in the work; basic working knowledge of the principles of electronics and instrumentation; basic understanding of the occupational hazards of and safety precautions involved in electronic work; ability to read and interpret typical electronic schematics; ability to read, write and comprehend manuals and instructions; and basic knowledge of diagnostic and troubleshooting principles and processes.
The Town of Rocky Mount is currently seeking qualified applicants for the position of Water Treatment Plant (WTP) Trainee. 
The duties of this position under the supervision of a certified treatment plant operator or supervisor are not limited to
  • service pumps, valves, motors, controls, and other plant equipment. 
  • Monitor treatment processes.
  • Perform required laboratory tests, analyses, inspect and wash filters, tanks, and screens.
  • Maintain logs of operational controls and maintenance.
Obtaining a WTP Class III Operator license is expected within 18 months of the date of employment and a Class II within 30 months of employment.