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Regulatory Technician (Goodyear)
Summary
Title:Regulatory Technician (Goodyear)
ID:9901
Subsidiary:Liberty Utilities
Department:Operations
Location:Goodyear, AZ
Country:United States
Description
Description
Primary responsibilities include the development, administration and enforcement of Liberty Utilities' Industrial Pretreatment Program, Cross Connection Control Program and Class-Surcharge Program.  This position is responsible for overseeing and enforcing water and wastewater regulations. 

Essential Functions
This information is intended to be descriptive of the key responsibilities of the position.  The following examples do not identify all duties performed by any single incumbent.
  • Administration of Liberty Utilities' Cross Connection Control and Backflow Prevention programs.
  • Inspection and testing of backflow prevention assemblies installed in various applications. 
  • Administration of the Waste Ordinance program.  Performing inspections on new and changing businesses to determine if pretreatment is required and to what level. 
  • Collection of wastewater samples for compliance verification and rate setting of applicable accounts and reconciliation with wholesale service provider for BOD and TSS strength accuracy.
  • Administration of the Class Surcharge program, determining user levels, appropriate charges and performing monthly reconciliation of retail accounts.
  • Provide employees in the deployment, operation and collection of specialized equipment for monitoring wastewater flow rates, strengths and constituents.
  • Provide technical assistance and direction to representatives of the community's retail and industrial customers pertaining to local, state and federal regulations on cross connection control, backflow prevention and industrial pretreatment. 
  • Response and/or investigation of sanitary sewer overflow events.
  • Administration and inspection of the grease/grit trap maintenance program.
  • Administration of standard operating procedures (SOP) for water and wastewater functions and programs, including creation and periodic updates.
  • Periodically conduct training session with personnel regarding water and wastewater regulations.
  • Perform all other duties as assigned.
Requirements
A combination of education and experience and professional skills that best meets the needs of this position will be considered.  Some considerations are:
  • A combination of education and experience and professional skills that best meets the needs of the position will be considered
  • Must have high school diploma or equivalent
  • College level coursework preferred
  • Additional training in water distribution, wastewater treatment technology and customer service inspection is preferred
  • Knowledge of specific tools, equipment, materials and procedures in utility meter and backflow maintenance repair and testing
  • Valid state driver's license
  • Hold or maintain Backflow Prevention Assembly Testing Certification or ability to obtain within six months from date of hire
  • Knowledge of specific local, state, and federal regulations pertaining to water and wastewater including cross connection control, industrial wastewater and class surcharge programs
  • Knowledge of specific various types of backflow prevention assemblies and criteria for identifying specific needs based on proposed application
  • Knowledge of database development, spreadsheets, word processing and presentation software as well as software packages unique to the regulatory application
  • Knowledge of flow monitoring equipment installation, operation and data analysis
  • Knowledge of basic laboratory principles and procedures, quality assurance and quality control and chain of custody requirements
  • Knowledge of basic computer skills
  • Ability to effectively follow written and oral instructions and develop a working relationship with fellow employees
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