Come and work with us! WCW is looking to fill the roles of Collection Systems Crew Member and Senior Collection Systems Crew Member in our Collection System Operations Division.
This year, West County Wastewater (WCW) is celebrating its 100-year anniversary, but also celebrating our innovative leadership style and the reimaging of our working culture.
WCW is committed to maintaining an open, diverse and equal working environment where all ideas are heard and every person is valued.
These crucial positions are ideal for candidates who are reliable, flexible and accountable for their work. WCW is looking for people who will embrace and thrive in our work culture, which is inclusive, creative and diverse. Candidates should have a strong understanding of collection system operations and procedures, but also interpersonal skills and the ability to find creative ways to problem solve.
Key assignments include construction, repairs, cleaning and inspection work. Specifically:
• Mechanical Rodding
• Hydro-flush cleaning
• Vac-truck operation
• Sewer line spot repairs
• Wet-well cleaning
• CCTV sewer line inspections
• Knowledge of materials, tools and equipment used in construction and maintenance
• Uses of a variety of heavy equipment, vehicles and tools
• Ability to read, understand and follow work rules and procedures, understand and carry out oral and written directions
• Work together and support crew members and accept constructive feedback
Experience & Education: Any combination equivalent to experience and education that could likely provide the required knowledge and abilities would be qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
Experience: Two years of general work experience in construction and maintenance of wastewater facilities, pipe lines, plants, buildings, equipment, or vehicles.
Education: Possession of a high school diploma, G.E.D. Equivalency, or California high school proficiency certificate.
…for our Culture. Community. Climate.
"Be the peace you want to see in the world." Dr. MLK, Jr.
Not just today, but every day, West County Wastewater honors the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Thanks to our hard-working crews, WCW remains open for 24/7 emergency service. For sewer emergencies, please call (510) 222-6700, option 1.💧❤
We're having some fun with #FlashbackFriday here at West County Wastewater!
One of our hard-working staff came across these construction photographs of our Hilltop location in #richmondca from 1981! The last one is of our offices today, 41 years later!
What else was happening in 1981?
Raiders of the Lost Ark was released,
Prince Charles married Princess Diana,
Donkey Kong was released,
Jim Plunkett and his Oakland Raiders won Superbowl XV and
"Bette Davis Eyes" (Kim Carnes) topped the Billboard 100 charts!
Happy Friday from West County Wastewater! ❤💧
Our hearts are heavy and our thoughts are with the family, friends and colleagues of Officer Jerrick Bernstine, who lost his life in a traffic collision on Interstate 80 near San Pablo Dam Road this past Sunday, January 9, 2022. 💔
Photo courtesy of City of El Cerrito Police Department
Jump in with us!
This year, WCW is celebrating its 100-year anniversary, but also celebrating innovative leadership style and the reimaging of its working culture.
WCW is committed to maintaining an open, diverse and equal working environment where all ideas are heard and every person is seen.
WCW is currently looking for a passionate, hard-working leader to fill the role of PLANNING & SUPPORT SERVICES MANAGER.
This crucial role is ideal for a motivated and open-minded leader who will direct the Planning and Support Services Division initiatives in the WCW’s Infrastructure and Planning Department and act as the bridge between external and internal customers and the planning and support services provided by Division staff and consultants.
We love our community and the environment and we're a great place to work! Check out this and other openings WCW currently has at http://www.wcwd.org/careers/ #wearehiring #environment #cleanandgreen #culture #climate #community