Senior Water Treatment Technician and Site Supervisor

Bishop Water Technologies

Bishop Water Technologies

People & HR, Operations
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Posted on Monday, June 20, 2022

Dewatering Technicians are responsible for providing dewatering and solids control services.
Additional responsibilities include site assessments, inspections, installations, and repair
services.
The Site Supervisor is responsible and accountable for providing leadership, supervision and
project management in all phases of onsite projects . The Site Supervisor is responsible to
manage and coordinate all key elements of projects in a safe and profitable manner: labour,
equipment, materials and subcontractors.

OVERVIEW

Key responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

  • Dewatering, floccing, and fluid-handling support as requested
  • Maintaining and operating both sludge and water pumps as well as operating metering systems
  • Running both Dry and Emulsion polymer systems
  • Laying out hose, pipes, liners, and Geotube® units
  • Performing the setup of equipment, tools, and materials for various applications
  • Communicating the project status and work conditions to the Project execution lead and/or Project Manager
  • Effectively allocate labour, equipment, materials and subcontractors to maximize safety and profitability and to minimize costs and deficiencies
  • Provide full time on-site supervision
  • Communicate scope of work requirements to technicians, review production, quality and contract compliance and ensure implementation
  • Schedule, monitor and supervise all subcontractor work quality and production levels to ensure the highest standards are achieved • Quantify and track all materials inclusive of ordering, inspecting and verifying shipments from suppliers
  • Calculate, monitor and track all materials required for each project ensuring no overruns
  • Track all extra work and process in accordance with contractual obligations
  • Correspond with consultants and Project Manager regarding all contract discrepancies or adjustments as required, ensuring any specialty materials are ordered in advance in order to meet deadlines
  • Maintain accessibility and ongoing communication on a full time basis with developers, engineers, consultants, suppliers, client representatives, municipal and regional authorities, Ministry of Labour and any other regulatory bodies ensuring compliance to municipal, regional, provincial standards, and concerning any changes, adjustments or contract discrepancies
  • Collaborate with subcontractors and client representatives on site measurements and communicate the agreed upon material quantities are reported to ensure timely Payment Certificate certification/preparation and invoice processing upon work completion
  • Provide all reporting requirements to head office [progress reports, contract drawing discrepancies, labour timesheets, meeting minutes
  • Communicate and administer all Safety policies and conduct site safety meetings [Tool box talks]
  • Resolve day to day field personnel issues and provide incident reports for head office files
  • Issue written infraction notices to anyone in contravention of Company or Health & Safety policies, procedures or regulations
  • Advise management of deficiency investigation results, provide prevention solutions and ensure compliance of policies to eliminate all deficiencies
  • Other Assignments as required

Necessary Skills & Knowledge:

  • Have a thorough understanding of company safety manual and OHSA manual
  • Have a valid driver’s license and be able to safely operate company vehicles
  • Ability to communicate effectively – both verbally and in writing
  • Skill in the use of computers – MS Office
  • Able and willing to work under pressure and meet deadlines
  • Be able to write clearly and legibly
  • Self-starter and passion for the environmental industry

Education and Experience:

The following education or experience will be considered an asset:

  • Occupation First Aid – Level 1 or equivalent

Physical Demands:

  • Sitting for extended periods of time
  • Ability to work evening and weekends as required to meet deadlines
  • Flexible work schedule to meet project timetables
  • Work in extreme temperatures

Work Environment:
The following work environment characteristics are representative of the environment the job holder will encounter:

  • Work in an office environment
  • Work outdoors in all season
  • Work around heavy equipment
  • Work near traffic
  • Exposure to loud noises
  • Work near overhead and underground utilities
  • Work close to bodies of water
  • Travel to job sites

To apply, submit a resume and cover letter to info@bishopwater.ca.