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Waste Water Operator - Rembrandt Foods
Renville, MN


It all started with a cornfield and a common vision of a vertically-integrated egg products solution, managing the entire process from grain to finished product. This vision led Rembrandt Foods to become a leading egg ingredient producer in the United States, with global distribution. We supply egg ingredients to food manufacturers, brand owners, foodservice industries, and pet care manufacturers. Our expertise touches virtually every food category, including: mayonnaise and sauces, baked goods, confections, pasta and noodles, nutritional beverages and bars, and prepared foods.

Job Summary:
Responsible for the operation and maintenance of a complex biological/mechanical, activated sludge, wastewater treatment program and facility.
Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Oversees a complex land application of type 4 materials program through the contractor in conjunction with applicable Pollution Control Agencies which includes, detailed record keeping, annual reporting, and maintaining public and farmer relations
  • Build, organize and maintain documents and spreadsheets that trend and track day-to-day activities and operations
  • Practice lock-out tag-out procedures according to Rembrandt policies and procedures
  • Responsible for following Safety Data Sheet (SDS) procedures and filing required reports when necessary
  • Report on local and federal levels
  • Enter confined spaces and write permit entries for those spaces as needed
  • Oversee and give input on annual budget
  • Responsible for responding to alarms after hours on nights, holidays and weekends
  • Schedule and handle chemical inventories and vendor relations
  • Schedule contract labor for annual preventative care, inspections and repairs
  • Attend educational training and classes to keep current on wastewater technologies and maintain renewal of wastewater licenses at plant or with plant contractor if applicable
  • Collect, handle, test, analyze and record water/waste water samples and data, as well as prepare paperwork for submitting samples to certified labs for analysis
  • Work with and may maintain a 100,000 GPD water softening system
  • This job description is not designated to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee

EEO/AA and Drug Free Employer

APPLY HERE: https://rembrandtfoods.csod.com/ats/careersite/jobdetails.aspx?site=1&c=rembrandtfoods&id=6



Operator/Maint./Lab Technician


The City of Fairmont will be accepting applications for the position of Operator/Maint./Lab Technician in the wastewater treatment department. This is a fulltime, non-exempt position. The successful candidate’s employment will be in compliance with the stipulations set forth in the agreement between the local IBEW union and the City of Fairmont.

Qualifications for this position require a minimum of a high school diploma and one-year technical course with a 2-year degree in wastewater treatment preferred. Experience with wastewater operations and Class D or higher wastewater operator license are preferred. The range of starting wage for this position is $23.48/hr to $29.36/hr with an excellent benefit package.

A complete job application and description is available online at www.fairmont.org.
All applicants MUST complete a City of Fairmont application.
Please submit cover letter, resume, and application to
City of Fairmont
100 Downtown Plaza
Fairmont, MN 56031
or to djones@fairmont.org.

Completed application packets will be accepted until 4:00 p.m. January 26, 2018.



Utilities Manager
Plymouth, MN


Opening Date: Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Salary: $40.47 - $52.12 Hourly / $84,177.49 - $108,416.37 Annually

Job Type: Full Time Regular


General Duties:

Plans, develops, supervises and administers municipal water, sanitary sewer and drainage operations in a manner that will ensure well maintained, economical and functional operations of these facilities. Keeps abreast of regulations, new developments and innovations in procedures and technology to ensure application of the most effective and economical techniques and procedures. Plans, directs and monitors the performance of staff to ensure that all objectives of the division are met.

Minimum Requirements:

Bachelor's degree in engineering, public administration, organizational management, environmental science or a related field or a combination of training and experience substantially equivalent to a bachelor's degree; five years of progressively responsible experience in public works construction, engineering, maintenance and/or repair work, including at least three years of experience in water treatment and distribution and/or sewer systems; five years of supervisory experience with demonstrated ability to direct, supervise, coach and train others; Class "B" Water Operator Certificate, and receipt of the Class "A" Water Operator Certificate within one year of hire; Class "S-C" Wastewater Operator Certificate, and receipt of the Class "S-B" Wastewater Operator Certificate within one year of hire; valid Class "D" drivers' license.


The application deadline is Monday, January 22, 2018 at 8:00am
For more information and to apply online, please visit our website at

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