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Current Job Openings

***New as of 07/28/16

Wastewater Treatment Foreman, South Idaho Correctional Center

Open for Recruitment: July 27, 2016 - August 17, 2016
Announcement # 06552013457
Salary Range: $17.75 - $19.72 per hour -Plus Competitive Benefits!

Location(s): Boise

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The Mission of the Idaho Department of Correction (IDOC) is to protect the public, our staff, and those within our custody and supervision through safety, accountability, partnerships and providing opportunities for offender change.


The Idaho Department of Correction (IDOC) has a vacancy for a Wastewater Treatment Foreman, Correction to monitor, operate, and maintain a wastewater treatment facility and related piping and pumping systems at the South Idaho Correctional Institution (SICI).


What are the benefits?


Idaho state employees enjoy a generous benefit program that includes health insurance, retirement, paid holidays, and more.

  • Medical, dental, vision & life insurance benefits with premiums at competitive rates
  • PERSIRetirement
  • 12 days of paid vacation annually
  • Ten paid holidays
  • 401k Option
  • Wellness program
  • Life and Disability Insurance
  • Deferred compensation 457 retirement plan available
  • Employee Assistance Program


Hiring lists may be created from Open Competitive, IDOC Department Promotional and Statewide Agency Promotional applicants. If you have previously applied for this position for IDOC or any other agency and wish to be considered for the current vacancy, you must reapply under this announcement. Previous scores will not be used.


Note: Incumbent will be exposed to chemical products for lagoon treatment and pest and vegetation control. Outside work in all weather conditions and night/off-duty call-backs may be required. The work involves periodically lifting and carrying approximately 100 pounds, climbing ladders, working and carrying items on uneven terrain, and bending and stooping.



  • Operate and adjust lagoon aerators, water diversion stop-logs, residual analyzer, chlorination and related treatment equipment
  • Add chemicals to prescribed standards and draw samples of water for laboratory tests and analysis
  • Perform routine chemical analysis of wastewater and change process based on test results
  • Oversee cleaning and maintenance of structures, lagoons, and equipment for sanitation
  • Perform preventive maintenance on sewer lines, pumps, valves, sprinkler equipment, motors, regulators, tools, and related equipment
  • Operate internal combustion engines, sewer rodder, chemical sprayers, weed burners, suction pumps, and electrical powered hand tools
  • Inspect and repair lagoon aerators, raw sewage grinders, pumps and motors, diversion stop-logs, injectors, valves, regulators, chlorinators, and irrigation equipment
  • Use drills, grinders, backhoe, oxygen/acetylene equipment, cleaning solvents, and caustic products in repair and maintenance operations
  • Hire, train, evaluate performance, and maintain custody of assigned offenders
  • Supervise issuance and custody of tools and equipment as well as conduct searches for tools, weapons, and contraband
  • Prepare requisitions for purchase of tools, equipment and chemicals, submit estimates for maintenance and repair costs, and maintain records and inventories
  • Prepare and submit DEQ wastewater discharge monitoring, chlorination, and water testing reports



  • Good knowledge of the operation, maintenance, and repair of equipment utilized with wastewater treatment and storage lagoon systems.
  • Good knowledge of wastewater treatment chemicals and their safe use and storage.
  • Good knowledge of wastewater sample collection procedures.
  • Experience making cost estimates for equipment repair and replacement.
  • Valid driver's license.
  • Must possess or be able to obtain the following licensures within 18 months of hire: Wastewater Treatment License I, Wastewater Collection License I, and Land Application License.

City of Emmett Public Works Department has the following open position for Waste Water Treatment Plant Operator, Level # 1. This position will be open as of July 21st, 2016 with City of Emmett Public Works Department and will run through Friday August 5th, 2016. Any interest, please apply through the Emmett Job Service, Job posting number 798340


Please do not contact City of Emmett Public Works Department


Following is the information on the State of Idaho Job Service Web site:

To See Complete Job Posting, please CLICK HERE

South Fork Sewer District is looking for a WWTP class 2 or higher. We are located in the Silver Valley (Kellogg - Wallace area) we offer excellent benefits and hourly wages. We are currently building a new WWTP at one of our facilities. Contact Joe Close @ or call 208-753-8041.

Send resume to: Joe Close, P.O. Box 783 Osburn, Idaho 83849.

WATER Distribution OPERATOR for the City of Hailey
Performs a variety of skilled and semi-skilled duties in the operation, maintenance and repair of
the City’s water distribution system and associated facilities. Will assist as assigned in the
operation of the City of Hailey’s potable water system ensuring compliance with relevant
Department of Environmental Quality and other regulations applicable to a large scale drinking
water system. $16-18/hr. DOE.

Visit for full job description and application information. Submit completed packet to
Hailey Human Resources, 115 Main Street South, Suite H, Hailey ID 83333 or EOE

Public Works Director for Brian Head Town, UTAH



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