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Wastewater Operator-In-Training (OIT)

Cambria Community Services District
Cambria, CA Full-time
Posted on June 6, 2018

Cambria Community Services District is seeking candidates for one full-time position for a Wastewater Operator-In-Training (OIT) Wastewater Operator Grade I, or Grade II For a CCSD application and more information please go to www.cambriacsd.org or call (805) 927-6223 No faxed or emailed applications will be accepted. Final filing date: July 9, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. Wastewater Facilities The CCSD operates a one-million-gallon per day extended aeration activated sludge secondary facility in Cambria. Treatment and disposal services are provided to approximately 6,000 residents. The original treatment plant was constructed in 1970. In 1995, a major upgrade was completed to improve the plant's ability to reliably meet the discharge requirements required by the Regional Water Quality Control Board. The upgraded facility includes new concrete aeration basins and secondary clarifiers, which are sized to handle peak hydraulic and biological loads and allow maintenance without an interruption in service.

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