25122 Regal Drive

Abingdon, VA 24211

Phone

1-276-628-7151

Email Address

Washington County Service Authority’s (WCSA) roots go back as far as 1910. WCSA, as it exists today, was
formed in 1976 when the Washington County Sanitary District No. 1 merged with two private water companies: Goodson Kinderhook Water Authority, which included Bristol and southern Washington County, and the Manhaim Water Company, which served the area between Glade Spring and Saltville. Currently, WCSA serves approximately 23,000 water and 3,000 wastewater customers. The water system consists of approximately 900 miles of water line, a 12.0-million-gallon-per-day surface water treatment plant, a 3.1-million-gallon-per-day membrane filtration plant, two springs, one well, 29 pump stations and 20 water storage tanks. The wastewater system consists of approximately 70 miles of wastewater collection lines, 29 pump stations and two conventional wastewater treatment plants. WCSA has earned the Virginia Optimization Program Gold Award for its high-quality drinking water treatment from the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) Office of Drinking Water, the highest possible ranking in operations and performance excellence for water utilities. WCSA has received this award each year since 2010.

Washington County Service Authority (WCSA) is seeking to hire a Waterworks Operator. The position
requires good communication skills, self-motivation, the ability to meet the physical demands per the position
description, manual labor in all weather conditions, a valid Virginia driver’s license with a good driving record,
knowledge of safe working practices and basic electrical/mechanical/chemical knowledge.

Duties include, but are not limited to, daily operation of drinking water production and distribution on a rotating shift basis. Other duties will include performing preventative maintenance and repairs to all process equipment, monitoring SCADA systems, and checking and maintaining water quality standards through the treatment process. WCSA prefers a valid minimum Virginia Class III Waterworks License OR an associates/bachelor of science degree in biology, chemistry, environmental science or related field who would be eligible under DPOR to take the Class III Waterworks Operators exam within 9 months.

Resumes, if used, must be accompanied by a completed official application. Applications may be obtained from the WCSA office, 25122 Regal Drive, Abingdon VA 24211 (276) 628-7151, or below. Applications will be received until November 1, 2021. All employment offers are contingent on the successful completion of a post-offer drug testing, as well as reference checks. WCSA is a customer-oriented water/water reclamation utility, focused on teamwork, innovation and service. All application packages should be emailed to jobs@wcsa-water.com or delivered to WCSA’s office marked with Attn: Drew Langston.

WCSA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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