Temp Utility Worker

Hawaii Water Service was formed in 2003 with the acquisition of Ka'anapali Water Corporation. Hawaii Water's (Location/District) serves 700 customers on Maui, including several large resorts and condominium complexes. In 2008, Hawaii Water acquired the Pukalani Sewerage Treatment Works, a wastewater system serving 800 customers in Pukalani, located approximately 30 miles from the Ka'anapali District on Maui. And in 2008, Hawaii Water purchased the Waikoloa Water Company, Waikoloa Sanitary Sewer Company, and Waikoloa Resort Utilities, which provide water and wastewater services to homes, condominiums, hotels, golf courses, and shops at Waikoloa Beach Resort and in Waikoloa Village, both on the Big Island of Hawaii. Also, in December 2008, Hawaii Water formed Kona Water Service Company on the Big Island to provide water and wastewater services to residences and businesses on the Kukio Resort.
Today, Hawaii Water serves 4,300 regulated accounts on Maui and Hawaii, many of which are large users.
Hawaii Water Service offers a generous total compensation package. We have competitive salaries and match a portion of employees' contributions to their Company 401(k). In addition, employees receive 11 paid holidays per year.
We are committed to hiring the best candidates, developing current employees, and promoting from within. Continuous improvement and employee development opportunities allow employees to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to progress and reach your career goals.
The Temporary Utility Worker is responsible for the maintenance and repair of all water and wastewater system mains and equipment, including pumps, meters, meter boxes, valves, and services; collects water samples, flushes mains, and inspects fire services; responds to and resolves customer inquiries regarding service, repairs, or billing issues; performs general maintenance of grounds and facilities. This position is located in South Kona, Hawaii.
Maintains, operates, and repairs all water and wastewater mains and system equipment, including pumps, meters, meter boxes, valves, and services
Collects routine water samples per established schedule
Flushes mains, inspects fire services, and maintains hydrants as required
Responds to customers' inquiries regarding services, repairs, or billing issues
Performs shut-off or turn-on of customer service
Performance general maintenance of grounds, facilities, and services
Participates in the Company on-call rotation and must be available to respond to after-hour call-outs.
Complies with Company policies and procedures regarding safe working conditions; attends required safety training
Participates in and supports the Company's Continuous Improvement program and projects
Performs other similar duties as assigned
High School or possession of a GED
One year of experience working in a construction, plumbing, or utility environment
Hawaii State Department of Health Water Distribution, Water Treatment, and/or Wastewater Treatment Grade 1 Certification preferred.
Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Applications
Valid Hawaii Driver License
Deadline to submit resume is Tuesday, November 6, 2018.
The Equal Opportunity Policy of the Company is based upon the philosophy that all people should be treated fairly and with dignity. California Water Service, Hawaii Water Service, New Mexico Water Service and Washington Water Service do not discriminate against any applicant or employee because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or any other protected class. The Company makes all employment decisions in a non-discriminatory manner. EEO, VET, DISABILITIES

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