Applicants must possess experience and skills required to operate and maintain the water and waste water treatment plants supporting NASA facilities located in Wallops, VA. These systems operate 24 hours per day, 365 days a year. Rotating hours of duty are utilized to cover the requirements of local regulations and permits.
Must meet all Core job specifications.
Work flexible work shifts.
Collect samples and conduct applicable tests as defined by the permits and O&M manuals.
Responsible for operational records and procedures.
Must review DMR's.
Must inspect and service all water and waste water mechanical equipment, calibrate control systems, such as meters, probes, alarm systems, etc.
Operator must collect / review historical data from charts and graphs and apply adjustments for efficient operations.
Operate independent water systems consisting of ground level and elevated water storage tanks, pressure and deep well pumps, chemical testing equipment, underground piping and valves.
Operates the after hours trouble call desk console which includes the Energy Management Control System terminal. The after hours trouble desk is operational on second and third shifts, including all shifts for weekends, holidays, and other emergency situations. Operators are required to respond to after hour trouble calls in order to trouble shoot and/or obtain information for all WFF facility operations. Must coordinate with management to call employees in as needed to respond to after hours trouble calls.
Additional duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Applicant must have both a current Virginia Class 2 Waste Water and Class 3 Waterworks Operator's license.