Navajo Tribal Utility Authority
  • 06-Jun-2019 to 17-Jun-2019 (MST)
  • Headquarters - W/WW Engineering Dept.
  • Fort Defiance, AZ, USA
  • 59,883.20
  • Salary
  • Full Time

Excellent Benefits


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

High School Diploma or GED Certificate.

Specialized training as a Civil/Environmental Engineering Technician and/or certifications in W/WW Construction or W/WW Operator certification is required.

5 years of experience as a construction inspector for water/wastewater facilities.

5 years of experience with alignment staking, construction and plan review.

5 years of experience in utility operations with an emphasis on Water/Wastewater distribution and operations.

Knowledge and experience in Microsoft (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint).

Knowledge and experience with Google Earth and GIS software.

Knowledge of quality assurance and control practices and techniques.

Valid Driver's License (subject to motor vehicle record review).

 

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES AND PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES:

Performs quality assurance/quality control for the acceptance of all W/WW facilities transferred to NTUA ensuring compliance per NTUA technical standards to include document review and approval.

Assists with review of Permission to Tap applications, inspection and testing certifications and proposed and as-built utility plans for domestic/commercial water and wastewater service, ensuring conformance with current standards.

Provides recommendations through plan markups and letters to include assistance and approval from the Engineer.

Performs construction inspection activities including preconstruction meetings, field inspections, witnessing testing and final sections to ensure conformance to standards, plans, material specifications, and assist with utility transfer. Documents deficiencies and provides notice for corrective action to responsible party.

Applies safety concerns to include Confined Spaces, Fall Protection, Traffic and work zone awareness.

Assists districts offices to process PTT applications and other permits as requested.

Prepares capacity calculations; engineering line designs and feasibility cost estimates for W/WW facilities per available Design Criterion for Engineer review.

Conducts field survey of proposed or existing facilities and provides recommendations/improvements with Engineer's approval to ensure conformance to operability.

Represents NTUA at meeting and works collaboratively with customers, federal/state/tribal agencies, consultants and contractors in reference to assigned projects.

Participates in the Standards Committee and makes dialogues and discussions come to fruition and turned into functional results.

Maintains and updates all project documents including scanning and creating electronic files. Assists in maintaining NTUA's As-Built Plans for W/WW facilities.

Maintains and updates all NTUA technical specifications under the direction of the Technical Criteria Committee Chairperson.

Monitor's NTUA work orders/projects and provides status reports or recommendations to supervisor.

Contacts stake holders to provide updates, obtain information and/or provide guidance.

Works collaboratively with various outside entities on projects; including contractors, engineering firms, Tribal & Federal entities, and other department and/or divisions.

Promotes and performs duties with safety in mind at workstation and at job site to prevent incidents, accidents, and property damage.

Tracks individual performance and provides periodic updates to supervisor.

Assists with the notification and implementation of new standards and ensures proper execution.

Performs other duties as assigned.

 

Navajo Preference 

Navajo Veteran Preference

This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

Navajo Tribal Utility Authority
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