Upper Blackstone Clean Water is currently accepting resumes for a Deputy Director. As one of New England’s largest clean water treatment plants, the facility provides biological nutrient removal treatment for flows originating in the greater Worcester area while also providing biosolids management using incineration for numerous Massachusetts communities.
The Deputy Director is responsible for management of plant activities including operations, maintenance, engineering, asset management and capital improvements programs and budgeting. Work involves considerable technical knowledge and independent judgment in planning work and making technical, administrative, and financial decisions. The Deputy Director reports to the Engineer Director and the Board of Directors.
Candidates must be a registered Massachusetts Professional Engineer and hold or can obtain a Massachusetts Wastewater Operator Certification, Grade 7. A minimum of a bachelors’ degree with major work in chemical, civil, environmental engineering, or a related field. A minimum of ten years’ experience in wastewater treatment, three years in a supervisory capacity is expected. Competitive benefits include MA state retirement system. Salary based on education and experience.