APPLICATION DEADLINE: Open until filled – posted 10/23/2018
Join an award-winning wastewater industry leader in protecting our environment! Metropolitan Council Environmental Services (MCES) is an operating division of the Metropolitan Council. MCES operates and maintains the wastewater collection and treatment system for the Minneapolis-St. Paul seven-county metropolitan area, which includes approximately 600 miles of regional sanitary sewers and eight regional wastewater treatment plants. MCES treats an average of 250 million gallons of wastewater daily, providing cost-effective service to more than 2.6 million people in 109 customer communities. MCES treatment plants consistently earn state and national awards for complete compliance with their environmental permits. MCES also is nationally renowned for its superior work monitoring air and water quality and planning for a long-range water supply to meet future demand.
We are seeking to fill two (2) positions for Assistant Business Unit Manager – Planning and Scheduling (Mechanical Maintenance).
Will be responsible for managing the planning, scheduling, and prioritization of maintenance and repair activities for MCES wastewater treatment plants; and will assist with day-to-day supervision of maintenance activities, staff, contractors, and assist in development and capital planning.
Four (4) year degree in mechanical technology or closely related field AND a total five (5) years of experience which must include performing industrial equipment repair (servicing, maintaining, and installing pumps, compressors, generators, turbines, mechanical drives, hydraulic systems, etc., and machining, fabrication, and welding); two (2) years planning, scheduling, and/or work estimation experience; two (2) years in a lead or supervisory role; and valid driver's license. OR two (2) year certification and seven (7) years of experience.
The Metropolitan Council is the regional planning agency providing essential services to the Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan area by providing reliable, efficient, and environmentally conscious public services to the region. The Council's Environmental Services Division (MCES) operates and maintains eight wastewater collection and treatment facilities in the metro area, and provides long-range planning to meet the region’s future water supply needs.