JBS USA DAY SHIFT WATER RECLAMATION OPERATOR in Hyrum, Utah
Day Shift Water Reclamation Operator
Operate water reclamation facility during the scheduled shift: Day shift from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Rotating shifts (day, swing, and graveyard) are uncommon but may be required
Monitor and perform maintenance on equipment, machines, and structures as required
Collect samples & perform basic lab analyses; collect & enter facility operating data into reports as required
Detect and analyze problems in the facility operations and then solve those problems to maintain compliance with the discharge permit
Notify water reclamation facility supervisor and environmental sustainability manager immediately if upset conditions occur in the facility
Maintain buildings and grounds as required
Ability to follow written and oral instructions with strong work ethic and attention to detail.
Good knowledge of facility operations procedures and safety
Ability to disassemble/repair/troubleshoot pumps, piping, gearboxes, valves, etc.
Good background in basic math
Ability to learn basic lab procedures
Good computer skills and working knowledge of MS Excel
Ability to work changing shifts. Flexibility in regard to hours and days worked.
Ability to get along with fellow employees and contractors
Ability to read and understand operating and maintenance instructions in equipment manuals
Work in wet conditions/standing wastewater for hours at a time
Able to work in extreme weather conditions
Twist/bend/pull/push/lift 10-25 pounds’ multiple times each day and up to 450 pound barrels once per week
Break apart bolts and exercise valves that require 25-75 ft-lb of torque as required
Utah Level 1 Wastewater Treatment and Collection Certification within 1 year of hire
High school diploma or equivalent required
Forklift operator certification within 90 days of hire
Wastewater operators are paid on their own pay scale. It starts at $25.50 per hour for an unqualified operator and rises to $31.00 per hour in 5 pay levels
Operators’ pay varies according to Utah wastewater certifications, current maintenance qualifications, and education