Careers

Careers in Water & Wastewater

The handling of water and wastewater is an increasingly important profession in today's environment-conscious society. Water and Wastewater Operators serve their community by providing a safe drinking water supply and reliable sanitation services. It is a stable career, with positions available in communities of all sizes.

Each job posting is posted for 30 days unless otherwise specified. Posts can be renewed for $50.00 if done prior to the closing date by contacting the SWWA office.

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All job postings sent in to the SWWA office must include the following:

  • Email to send applications
  • Word document of job posting description including the following:
    • Application due date
    • Closing date
    • Contact name
    • Application form completed and ready for processing

Please note: The SWWA office does not send a proof of the job post prior to posting. All information sent in to the SWWA office with the job post should be checked for accuracy prior to submission. Payment is due prior to the job being posted and we only accept Visa or MasterCard payments. The SWWA office is open Monday to Thursday 9am to 4pm. Postings received outside of office hours will be posted during the next business day.

Job Posts

$75.00     $3.75GST            Total $78.75
(Cost is for one posting, does not include multiple postings within one job and is the cost for all groups in Saskatchewan who have current memberships, those without a SWWA member as part of their organization will be charged the $200.00 plus GST rate)

Job Posts Outside Saskatchewan Fee:

$200.00   $10.00 GST          Total $210.00
(Cost is for one posting, does not include multiple postings within one job and is the cost for all groups outside of Saskatchewan and is the cost for all postings that are outside of Saskatchewan.)

Operator Certification

Operator certification in Saskatchewan is handled by the Saskatchewan Operator Certification Board, for more information regarding operator certification contact the OCB office directly by email: saskocb@gmail.com, by phone (306)789-3430 or by visiting the OCB website

Level IV Chief Operator

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY  #2020-26

The Opportunity.

Not much is more important than clean water, that’s why we’ve recently commissioned state of the art water and waste water treatment facilities.   So, if you’re passionate about helping provide this precious resource to those within your community and get excited about the potential of fine-tuning our new plant, we’re looking for you to lead it.   The Town of Ladysmith is seeking a permanent full-time Level IV Chief Operator.

Why work at the Town of Ladysmith?

Our team, across the entire organization, works for purpose, balance and community.  We are all engaged to create a safe, caring, and well managed work environment that reflects the quality of its people. 

As your employer we want to be an important part of your life, but we also want you to have a life.  The Town of Ladysmith supports its employees with competitive total compensation including vacation, health & dental benefits and wellness programs including employee family assistance and the ability to deal with personal and family life.

We also recognize you need to enjoy your work and the people you work with.  At the Town of Ladysmith, we are growing and evolving. This creates a motivating environment and work community, and will keep you excited about your job day after day. We are colleagues, mentors and friends.

The Location.

Nestled on the eastern shores of spectacular Vancouver Island the Town of Ladysmith has a population of approximately 9,000 people, provides an inviting small town atmosphere and yet, is only a short commute to all the amenities of a major urban centre. Residents enjoy excellent community and recreational facilities and year-round opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts.

 The Position.

As you’ve likely already experienced, commissioning a new water treatment plant can present a lot of unexpected issues.  As a result your days within the chief operator role will be diverse and varied while you lead a team of experienced operators towards the safe and efficient day-to-day maintenance and operation of the Towns’ new water treatment system.

 The Requirements.

To ensure success, you will have a minimum seven years’ experience in Municipal water and waste water treatment as well as EOCP level IV water treatment, level II waste water treatment, level II water distribution, and level I water collection certifications.

 How to Apply.

Interested in joining our team? If your background mirrors our requirements, we’d love to hear from you.  Please submit a cover letter and resume in confidence to hr@ladysmith.ca referencing competition #2020-26.  This competition will remain open until filled.

For a complete opportunity profile, please visit our website at https://www.ladysmith.ca/city-hall/careers-volunteering/current-vacancies and for further information, contact:

Kevin Goldfuss, Manager of Operations

Public Works, 330 6th Avenue

Ladysmith, BC V9G 1A2

(e) hr@ladysmith.ca

(p) 250.245.6447