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The WPWPCA is proud to partner with all of our members and organizations to provide career opportunities in the sewage and waste water industry:

The Washington East Washington Joint Authority

The Washington East Washington Joint Authority is seeking a qualified applicant for its Wastewater Treatment Plant and/or Collection System.  Applicant’s duties to include a range of work in the repair and maintenance of equipment and collection system.  As well as buildings, facilities and electrical controls.  A strong commercial/industrial electrical background a must. Applicant must be able to do electrical troubleshooting, use a variety of power tools and hand tools.  Successful Applicant must pass Drug /Alcohol Screening, Physical, Criminal History, Driving Record check and comply with policies of the Authority. Send resume with references by October 31, 2020, to: W.E.W.J.A. - Resume, P.O. Box 510, Washington PA 15301.

The Municipal Authority of the City of Monongahela

The Municipal Authority of the City of Monongahela is seeking a qualified candidate for the position of full-time treatment plant operator. As operator, the successful candidate is expected to do the following job functions:

Assist the Chief Operator in the safe operation and maintenance of the entire treatment plant and sewage collection system. Observe plant and pump station operations and check for potential issues/problems. Read meters, gauges, charts and instruments and document all required information. Perform preventative maintenance on plant and pump station equipment. Repair and replace pumps and motors, electrical panels, controls, and related mechanical equipment. Clean, lubricate and change component parts and otherwise maintain process monitoring and control systems. Perform record keeping functions such as logging information regarding plant operation, test results from process lab, maintenance work performed and unusual operating conditions. Assist with equipment replacement and/or installation projects. Take samples of wastewater, scum, grit, sludge and other materials and properly records chain of custody information; assist with lab testing to determine efficiency of treatment processes. Read diagrams, blueprints, specifications and manuals for installation, repair, and construction projects. Perform grounds and facilities maintenance and cleaning activities as required. Update supervisor and staff regarding work assignment status in a prompt and courteous manner. Maintain and service equipment and hand and power tools; maintain inventory of frequently used supplies and parts. Contribute to the efficiency and effectiveness of the Municipal Authority's service to its customers by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of a work team. Drive Authority vehicles to work sites and transports materials as required. Demonstrate courteous and cooperative behavior when interacting with public and staff; act in a manner that promotes a harmonious and effective workplace environment. The position requires occasional weekend duty and work on Holidays on a rotational basis in addition to availability for after-hours emergency situations.

The job description and applications are available at www.monauthority.com or at the Authority’s office. Please submit completed application to James D. Roberts, Authority Manager, via email jroberts@monauthority.net or mail to MACM 521 West Main Street Monongahela, PA 15063.

Peters Township Sanitary Authority

Job Description for 2020 Summer Help

The Peters Township Sanitary Authority has an opening for the position of Grounds Maintenance Laborer. This is a full time, seasonal position from May to September. Primary duties consist of grass cutting, trimming, painting, and similar duties. Must be at least 17 years old and have a valid driver’s license. Applications are available at www.ptsaonline.org or at the Authority’s office. Please submit completed application Enoch J. Jenkins, Authority Manager, via email ejenkins@ptsaonline.oeg or to PTSA 111 Bell Drive, McMurray PA 15317.

Breakneck Creek Regional Authority


The Breakneck Creek Regional Authority (BCRA) is seeking an experienced, innovative, and independent Manager to oversee its operations and delivery of sewer service as well as provide leadership, guidance, and support to its Board of Directors and staff. The Manager reports to the Board of Directors and carries out Board policy, instructions, and recommendations. This individual oversees a staff of seven that includes office staff and plant operators.

The Manager directs and oversees all day-to-day operations of the BCRA, including all maintenance and repair activities for the wastewater treatment plant, which operates an ICEAS Advanced SBR system – a continuous flow biological treatment system. In addition to the plant, operations include seven pump stations and over 300,000 linear feet of sanitary sewer line. The Manager is responsible for developing the Authority's annual budget and Capital Improvement Plan and the review of monthly eDMR reports.

Since its inception in 1989, the Breakneck Creek Regional Authority has provided sewage service to nine municipalities in Butler and Allegheny counties in Pennsylvania. In 2019, BCRA served over 10,000 customers/EDUs (equivalent dwelling unit), and sewer user rates were set at a flat rate of $75.00 per EDU per quarter.

Experience and Education:

The position requires a bachelor's degree and a minimum of five years of professional experience in wastewater collection, wastewater systems, sewer operations, or utilities, and at least two years in a management/supervisory role.

Preferred qualifications include Class A and E Wastewater Systems Operator Certificates or a Professional Engineering license. Preferred candidates will also have experience or a working knowledge of wastewater management, capital improvement planning, and Pennsylvania DEP regulations.


The salary range for this position is $85,000 - $125,000 but is negotiable depending on qualifications. Benefits offered include medical insurance, paid leave, and employer contributions into the Simple IRA retirement plan.

How to Apply Applications will be accepted electronically by The Novak Consulting Group at https://bit.ly/3atjh5y. Applicants complete a brief online form and are prompted to provide a cover letter and resume. Open until filled with the first review of applications on April 17, 2020.