Employment Opportunities




All positions are subject to a probationary period of 12 months. The County provides an excellent benefits package that include 2 weeks of vacation after the 1st year and regular increases thereafter based on years of service, sick leave, health insurance and prescription drug plan with options for supplemental (vision/dental) insurance and a pension program through Ohio Public Employees Retirement System.

Interviews will be conducted after October 04, 2019 however applications will be accepted until exceptional candidates are found. Logan County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Any questions regarding the position can be made to the Logan County WPC District office at 937-843-3328. Applications and additional information on these positions can be found on the Logan County Water Pollution Control’s website at www.logancowpc.com and in the District office. Mail or email completed applications and resumes to:

Brian Schultz, Director Logan County WPC District 8100 St. Rt. 708 S. PO Box 1550 Russells Point, Ohio 43348

bschultz@logancowpc.com

Job Descriptions and Job Postings

Financial Manager

This position requires a candidate that able to multi-task, is detail oriented and whose work is free of errors to ensure the proper collection, tracking, reporting and expenditure of District funds. The Financial Manager reports to the Logan County Water Pollution Control District Director and will perform various tasks related to the financial operation of the District including, but not limited to, preparing detailed expense and revenue reports, annual and capital budget preparation and monitoring, payroll, revenue projection modelling, purchasing as well as assisting with customer service as needed and other HR related functions.

Minimum requirements include a clean criminal background check and drug screening, prior experience in accounting with experience in public accounting preferred, preparing financial reports for both administrative purposes and regulatory agencies and a strong background in using a financial/account management software.

Annual salary for this position is $58,425 – 65,088 ($28.09 - $31.29 per hour) depending on qualifications and experience.

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Customer Service Clerk

This position requires a candidate that’s dedicated to providing customers a positive experience and has exceptional communication and conflict resolution skills. This position reports to the Administrative Office Manager and is responsible for answering the phone, assisting customers on the phone and in person to make payments, set up accounts, apply for permits, answer questions and provide guidance on the District’s Construction Standards and policies and other related tasks. In addition, this position performs clerical duties including organizing and filing documents, converting documents to digital documents, maintaining and editing accounts and generating various payment and enforcement forms, as well as performing administrative assistant duties as needed for the District Director.

Minimum requirements include a clean criminal background check and drug screening, prior experience as a utility clerk or as a cashier in retail preferred.

Hours for this position are normally Monday – Friday from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm.

Annual salary for this position is $36,900 to $43,563 ($17.74 - $20.94 per hour) depending on qualifications and experience.

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Collection System Operator

This position requires a candidate that’s dedicated to ensuring customers have continuous sanitary sewer service through proper operation and maintenance of the collection system as well as providing after hours emergency response. This position reports to the District Manager and is responsible for operating specialized equipment and employing advanced skills in the safe operation and maintenance of the District’s sanitary sewer system. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, operating a jet/vacuum truck, CCTV camera equipment, various excavation equipment, utility locating equipment as well as other specialized equipment, tools and software.

Minimum requirements include a clean criminal background check and drug screen, prior experience in operation and maintenance of sanitary sewers systems or experience in a skilled trade such as construction, HVAC, electric, concrete or plumbing is beneficial but not required. On the job training will be provided to the selected candidate. An Ohio EPA Collection Operator I license is required within 2 years of hire.

Hours for this position are normally Monday – Friday from 7:00 am to 3:30 pm and an after-hours emergency response (On-Call) rotation.

Annual salary for this position is $41,513 to $52,788 ($19.96 - $25.38 per hour) depending on experience, qualifications and Ohio EPA licensing level.

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Treatment Plant Operator

This position requires a candidate that’s dedicated to ensuring the District’s Class I and Class III wastewater treatment plants are operated efficiently and maintained properly to protect water assets of the county and meet regulatory requirements. This position reports to the District Manager and is responsible for operating specialized equipment and employing advanced skills in the safe operation and maintenance of the District’s treatment plants. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, operating a jet/vacuum truck, CCTV camera equipment, various excavation equipment, utility locating equipment as well as other specialized equipment, tools and software.

Minimum requirements include a clean criminal background check and drug screening, prior experience in a skilled trade is beneficial but not required. On the job training will be provided to the selected candidate. An Ohio EPA Wastewater Operator I license is required within 24 months of hire and an Ohio EPA Wastewater Operator Class II license is required within 48 months of hire.

Annual salary for this position is $43,050 to $60,475 ($20.70- $29.07 per hour) depending on qualifications and Ohio EPA licensing.

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  This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

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