Salt Lake City

  • Water Reclamation Facility Process Control Analyst

    Requisition ID
    Minimum Salary
    USD $24.18/Yr.
    Maximum Salary
    USD $41.81/Yr.
    Post End Date
    US-UT-Salt Lake City
  • Overview

    Reporting to the Water Reclamation Manager, incumbent provides highly technical support in the monitoring and operation of process control activities at the Salt Lake City Water Reclamation Facility to achieve and maintain required regulatory compliance. This is a highly technical position requiring advanced technical knowledge of wastewater treatment processes and associated equipment. Monitors, trends and interprets data. Work with plant management and staff in implementing process control criteria intended to enhance overall plant processes, performance, operations and compliance. May include the training, guidance and instruction of technical employees engaged in water reclamation treatment process control activities.


    • Monitors and reviews plant performance daily to ensure compliance with discharge permit limits. Trends and interprets process data and reports on such data. Assists with data management by monitoring treatment process changes and developing necessary treatment adjustments utilizing computerized data management software.
    • Collects and evaluates data related to treatment plant performance, overall plant operations, State regulations that lead to full and timely compliance with current and future regulations. Makes recommendations for process and equipment changes that is regulation driven.
    • Works with water reclamation facility teams to set process control criteria to include the selection and utilization of appropriate equipment to monitor and maintain efficient water reclamation treatment plant operations; including the coordination of biosolids handling and utilization activities with in-house or contract personnel.
    • Work includes the compilation, maintenance and preparation of plant process control records, reports, studies and graphs for use by operations personnel and all regulatory agencies. Process efficiencies are reviewed through observations, conferences, analysis of operating reports and the evaluation of results achieved.
    • Implements standard process control laboratory procedures and quality control for water reclamation facility operations team.
    • Serves as a liaison between all water reclamation facility teams for process control related items, ensuring efficient and accurate communication and that all work groups provide required water quality data, and that data is being recorded and compiled in a consistent manner.
    • Develops training programs and instructs water reclamation facility operators in wastewater treatment practices, so that procedures are clearly understood and are properly implemented.
    • Assists with work assignments when necessary, such as during emergencies or lack of adequate personnel.
    • Serves as acting Water Reclamation Facility Supervisor during absence of regularly classified incumbent, if management determines individual is qualified.
    • Performs other related duties as necessary.


    • High School diploma or equivalent, plus five years of paid experience as a Water Reclamation Plant Operator or a closely related position. Formal education in wastewater treatment or a related field at an accredited college or university may be substituted for up to two years of operational experience.
    • Possession of a valid Grade IV Wastewater Treatment Operator's Certification from the State of Utah within 18 months of hire.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of the water reclamation processes, plant operations and local, state and federal environmental standards, policies and procedures.
    • Demonstrated ability to prepare and present technical reports concerning water reclamation facility operations and related functions.
    • Demonstrated knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Records Compliance, Records Management, data management, data analysis and data collection.


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