We are currently seeking individuals to join our team to as Water Treatment Technicians to install and operate water treatment systems with capacities up to 4,000 gpm, and treat for a variety of contaminants including turbidity, pH, hydrocarbons, metals and nutrients. The position requires a dynamic individual capable of learning a broad spectrum of activities and tasks at the company. The successful individual will be self-motivated and equally capable of working alone or as part of team. In the past CCS has been able to provide many part time employees meaningful work experience while still being in school or maintaining other commitments. Many employees have been brought on as full-time employees in the past.
About the Company
CCS is a water treatment company that specializes in the filtration and treatment of dewatering water, stormwater, contaminated groundwater and industrial process water. CCS is a pioneer in construction site water treatment services and has been surpassing client expectations for over 25 years. We have designed, installed, and operated water treatment systems with capacity up to 4,000 gpm, and we have addressed a variety of contaminants including turbidity, pH, hydrocarbons, metals and nutrients. In addition to our operational experience, we have established excellent working relationships with state and local regulatory agencies including the Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology). In addition to our operational experience, we have established excellent working relationships with state and local regulatory agencies including the Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology).
-Self-motivated and able to work together with a team or operate individually.
-Work outdoors in adverse weather
-Able to be trained on water quality instrumentation and sampling requirements
-Trustworthy and dependable with a thorough thought process and a problem-solving mindset
-Available a minimum of 3 days (or 20 hours a week)
-Mechanically inclined and/or experience with lab instrumentation is a plus.
-Complete required daily project paperwork (Jobsite Hazard Analysis, Water Quality Data Logs, Daily Work Orders, Delivery Tickets, etc)
-Paid Certification and on-the job training (8 hours in class CESF training, 32 hours hands-on field training, 16-hour CESCL class)
-Flexible hours; night and weekend work are available but based on job requirements
-Hours can count towards school credits (depends on University and program’s acceptance)
-$200 bonus after 40 hours worked, and $300 bonus after 100 hours worked
Our commitment to safety is shared by all employees of CCS. Owners, managers, field supervisors, salesmen, and water treatment personnel play important roles in the development and implementation of our safety policies. The three key points of our safety program that we would like to highlight are:
· We have a written Drug and Alcohol Substance Abuse Program
· Our safety program is based upon the fact that safety is everyone’s responsibility and that everyone has the responsibility to stop work if they feel their own safety, the safety of another, or the safety of equipment is being compromised.
· CCS requires Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) Safety meeting to be completed at the beginning of each shift and as the operational plan changes during the shift.
Anyone interested should contact Diana Burk at (206) 695-2120 or via email email@example.com. Prospective interns will need to submit a resume and an application that can be found on our website.