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Working for PWSA

To inquire about job opportunities and availabilities, please contact our Human Resources at

412-255-8800 ext 8574 or at HR@pgh2o.com.

Current Job Openings

Applications can be printed out and mailed or faxed directly to:

The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority
Attn: Human Resource Department
Penn Liberty Plaza I
1200 Penn Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15222


HR fax:  412-393-0513


Job Title

Job Description

Application Deadline

Water Treatment Plant

DUTIES:

Repairs, services and performs routine preventive maintenance and diagnostic tests on various types of equipment (e.g. burner blower, chemical pumps and feeders, mobile and stationary compressors, conveyers, crusher, Cushman Scooters, dust silo, exhaust fans, filter controls, flocculators, generators, meters, mowers, power saws, pumps, pump control valves, small engines including diesel engines, storage silos, tractors, various power machines, water pumps, hydraulic systems, chlorination equipment, etc.); inspects all mechanical equipment, engines, etc., and replaces appropriate parts; tests mobile and stationary equipment to assess mechanical problems and to ensure proper repairs as required; prepares parts orders for purchase as requested or required; keeps accurate records on maintenance of equipment; may assist in the unloading of material (e.g., liquid asphalt, mineral filter, etc.); may operate appropriate equipment (e.g., cutting torch, hoisting cranes, etc.) as requested or required; may drive truck of less than one ton in daily routine and may drive trucks (less than 26,001 pounds) as assigned; may work all shifts; performs activities and functions of related lower-level personnel as assigned or required; performs such other related tasks and duties that are assigned or required

October 2, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.
Water Treament Plant

DUTIES/PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITES:

Specific duties and responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to, the following: Supports the maintenance manager and works with front-line staff to identify, document, organize, prioritize, plan, and implement all maintenance, repair, and replacement projects for both treatment plants (Aspinwall and MFP) related to all assets, systems, facilities, and outdoor property; and assists as needed to do the same for assets, systems, facilities, and outdoor property at pumping and storage facilities as well. Maintains accurate records of time and materials used on jobs; prepares accurate reports on each job completed. Plans, develops, directs, coordinates, organizes and controls the materials, equipment and personnel under jurisdiction toward the effective, efficient and economical attainment of program goals, including maximum convenience to the public and safety of employees. Supervises, directs, supports, and evaluates work of assigned personnel; participates with managers, consultants, and staff in strategic assessments and improvements; provides training and/or technical assistance as requested or required; and recommends and implements approved disciplinary and/or corrective action as necessary. Manages area of responsibility in strict accordance with applicable laws, regulations and established policy including union agreements to ensure fair and standardized treatment of employees. Ensures that work is performed in accordance with Authority safety rules and regulations; supports the development of relevant job safety analyses; and supports and implements all facility security requirements.

Performs activities and functions of related lower level personnel as assigned or as required. Works all three shifts, weekends, holidays as required. Responds on a 24 hour a day basis to emergencies as required. Serves as ‘acting’ maintenance manager as required. Performs other duties as assigned by the water production management team, as needed.

 

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential function(s). This is not an allinclusive document; additional duties, expectations, demands, etc. may be added or changed to this document on an asneeded basis to meet organizational needs.

October 2, 2018 at 4:00 p.m.
Finance

DUTIES:

  • Assure timely and accurate processing of procurement requests, develop and/or review specifications, prepare and execute informal and formal bid solicitations
  • Finalize agreements in collaboration with the customer and appropriate internal departments
  • Coordinate and facilitate pre-solicitation conferences, bid openings, and other related meetings
  • Analyze and evaluate responses to solicitations for conformance to procurement requirements
  • Using best practice professional communication skills, prepare materials for and clearly and effectively
  • communicate standard operating procedures and other information to internal and external audiences, customer groups, and management
  • Finalize agreements in collaboration with the customer and appropriate internal departments
  • Track and report monthly MBE/WBE prime and subcontractor payments to the EORC

 

Open Until Filled
Finance

DUTIES:

  • Determines the method of procurement and prepares, composes, awards, and amends (as
  • required) contracts and purchase orders
  • Coordinates and facilitates pre-solicitation conferences, bid openings, and other related meetings
  • Analyzes and evaluates responses to solicitations for conformance to procurement requirements
  • Assists with locating sources of supply
  • Establishes and maintains records and prepares accurate reports involving various degrees of narrative utilizing Microsoft software
  • Participates in vendor meetings (both internal and external)
  • Assists with training others on procurement principles, practices, and techniques
  • Participate in the development and execution of process improvements throughout the supply chain as requested.

 

Open Until Filled
Engineering & Construction

DUTIES/PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITES:

  • Evaluates work, recommends and implements approved disciplinary and/or corrective action;
  • Provides training and/or technical assistance as requested or required
  • Prepares RFPs for consultant services, bid documents, ordinances, resolutions, deed searches, etc. for the full implementation of PWSA Capital projects
  • Reviews shop drawings; designs approved internal research studies for assigned projects
  • Reviews all reports and studies prepared by assigned personnel to monitor progress and to identify problems and delays
  • Recommends approval of change orders, requisitions for payment, etc.
  • Identifies problems and potential hazards in all phases of work on assigned projects. Recommends and implements approved corrective action to adhere to schedule and project budget
  • Meets with representatives of other governmental agencies, City Departments, consultants, contractors and public on proposed projects, problems arising in the work, etc.
  • Directs the performance of design work performed in-house and under consultant agreements as well as the performance of construction work under contract
  • Ensures that RFP's, specifications, designs, contract provisions and work performed comply fully with applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations; initiates payment forms for work performed by consultants and/or contractors.
  • Maintains records and prepares accurate reports, correspondence, etc. as requested or required; plans, develops, directs, coordinates, organizes and controls the materials, equipment and personnel under jurisdiction toward the effective, efficient and economical attainment of program goals, including maximum convenience to the public and safety of employees.
  • Manages area of responsibility in strict accordance with applicable laws, regulations and established policy including union agreements to ensure fair and standardized treatment of employees. Performs activities and functions of related lower-level personnel and/or other related tasks and duties that are assigned or required.
Open Until Filled
Engineering & Construction
 
DUTIES: 
  • Support in maintaining projects handled by the project manager through the e-Builder system structure including scope, budget, and schedule.
  • Liaison between e-Builder, Finance, and Procurement.
  • Responsible for project setup which includes entry of project budgets and commitments.
  • Assists Project Systems Coordinator in identifying, defining and developing solutions to issues that arise in existing processes.
  • Works with project managers to ensure their projects are updated in e-Builder and are accurate throughout the project life cycle.
  • Attends monthly project meetings with all system users to ensure adequate functionality and problem resolution.
  • Follow (or adhere to) policies and procedures to ensure the company has proper controls embedded in each process. Monitor internal controls related to all phases of project life cycles.
  • Distributes updates and notices relevant to the Project Management System.
  • Assists Coordinator with related user maintenance activities, such as setup, role assignment, and license utilization.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

 

Open Until Filled
Customer Service

DUTIES/PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Performs moderately responsible clerical duties requiring independent analysis, exercise of judgment and detailed knowledge of relevant PWSA programs, policies, procedures and regulations; responds to inquiries from the general public, PWSA personnel, etc., regarding various PWSA programs, policies, procedures and regulations; classifies, indexes, files or distributes forms, correspondence, payments, etc.; researches, pulls and routes files as appropriate; receives visitors, mail, and telephone calls; may give information and directions and distribute equipment; routes to appropriate person or division; follow-up on requests or complaints; keeps manual and/or automated records accurate through file maintenance, posting, updating, checking, etc.; operates office machines (e.g. PC, copier, calculator); performs data entry, retrieval and other processes as requested or required; computes figures and/or mathematical calculations or analyses as requested or required, etc.; proofreads materials and verifies documents, invoices, etc.; drafts routine letters and memos; may type correspondence, requisitions, invoices, lists, etc.; and performs activities and functions of related lower-level personnel and such other related tasks and duties that are assigned or required.


 

Open Until Filled

Director of Water Production,
Field Services

SUMMARY:
The Director of Water Production is responsible for the performance management of the operation and maintenance of PWSA’s Water Treatment Plant, membrane filtration plant, and pumping stations of the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority, and is responsible for ensuring that produced water and water distribution system quality meets or exceeds applicable city, county, state, and federal regulations, as well as expectations of the consumers.


 

Open Until Filled

Engineering & Construction

SUMMARY:
Reporting to the Executive Director, develops, directs, coordinates, organizes and manages the Engineering and Construction Division of the Authority; provides professional advice and detailed recommendations to the Executive Director and the Board of Directors in the development of the approved Capital Improvement and Special Project Program.


 

Open Until Filled

Customer Service

DUTIES/PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:
Performs moderately responsible clerical duties, requiring independent analysis, exercise of judgment and detailed knowledge of relevant PWSA programs, policies, procedures and regulations; responds to inquiries from public, PWSA personnel, etc., regarding various PWSA programs, policies, procedures and regulations; classifies, indexes, files or distributes forms, correspondence, payments etc.; researches, pulls and routes files as appropriate; receives visitors, mail, and telephone calls; may give information and directions and distribute equipment; routes to appropriate person or division; followup on requests or complaints; keeps manual and/or automated records accurate through file maintenance, posting, updating, checking, etc.; operates office machines.


 

Open until filled


Verifying Residency

All Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (PWSA) employees must be residents of the City of Pittsburgh. PWSA will accept the following documents to verify legal residence, also known as a domicile.  One way to determine if you are residing within the City of Pittsburgh is to see to whom you pay local taxes.  Several areas of the city have streets within the City and a borough (e.g. Greentree, Wilkinsburg). 

Human Resources will accept the following documents to verify residency. Additionally, the PWSA reserves the right at all times to request clarification and/or other supporting evidence and documentation to ensure that employees are compliant.

One of the following documents must be presented to prove domicile and legal residence:

  • Current executed Lease Agreement
    • Include a canceled check for one month’s payment or the security deposit.
  • Mortgage payment booklet
  • Document identifying homeowner name and property address.
  • Title to domicile property.

Also, two of the following supporting documents, showing the City address, must be presented:

  • Vehicle Registration Card
  • Vehicle Insurance Card
  • Current Gas Bill *
  • Current Electric Bill  *
  • Current Telephone Bill  *
  • Current Cell Phone Bill
  • Current Cable Bill  *

*NOTE:  A letter from the representative company confirming it is establishing service for the new resident is acceptable.

Prior to purchasing or renting a place of residence, applicants and employees may email careers@pgh2o.com to verify that the property is located within the City of Pittsburgh.