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Maintenance Technician

For more than 35 years, WhiteWater, Inc., has been managing, operating, and maintaining water and wastewater facilities in the Northeast with pride and professionalism. WhiteWater Inc., is seeking a dynamic, dependable and professional to fill the role of Maintenance Technician.
SUMMARY
The person in this position is required to perform maintenance related duties in order to insure the proper operation and maintenance of assigned water or wastewater facilities.
DUTIES
Schedule and perform Preventative Maintenance work
Schedule and coordinate work with outside vendors
Perform reactive maintenance
Identify and resolve safety issues
Maintain safety equipment and supplies
Maintain site specific maintenance forms
Identify opportunities for improvement for the operation and maintenance of assigned facilities
Interact with Maintenance and Operations Supervisors to ensure proper facilitation of maintenance request forms
Interact with Service Technician operators to ensure proper operation and compliance of facility
Interact with clients and regulatory agencies as necessary
Interact with subcontractors as necessary
Perform maintenance of facilities to ensure equipment remains in good working order
Other duties as required
RESPONSIBILITES
High School diploma or general education degree (GED)
Education or background in water and/or wastewater treatment
Seven to ten years' experience as a Maintenance Technician preferred
Three to five years in a regulated industry preferred
Relevant environmental experience shall include but not be limited to: water/wastewater treatment plant troubleshooting, operation and maintenance, collection and analysis of wastewater and water, hazardous material storage containment.
Ability to read, interpret and utilize information found in blueprints, schematics, technical manuals diagrams and equipment specifications.
Knowledge of MA regulatory requirements
Must be computer literate
Must possess and maintain a valid unrestricted driver's license



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