Sekula Environmental Services offers Employment for various skill levels. To be considered for a position please submit resume via contact page.
Part time or seasonal sample technicians This is a entry level position with the potential to move into a full time technician position. Sample technicians will be responsible for collecting routine samples and couriering to the laboratory and completing basic recordings and tests while on site. Such as but not limited to chlorine analysis, pH analysis, meter reading, water and air temperature and noting basic site conditions. Candidates will need strong communication skills to pass on information to the operator team and may perform limited system maintenance and other tasks as necessary at direction or assisting a licensed operator. Must be able to pass a criminal background check and child abuse history clearance and provide a valid driver’s license to operate company vehicles. No experience necessary.
Full time technicians will work with / at the direction of licensed operators within the company to service water / wastewater treatment systems. Candidates need strong communication skills and willingness to learn mechanics behind water / wastewater treatment. Technicians will need the ability to follow written SOPs to complete service along with verbal direction from operators depending on the situation . Routine tasks include: preparation of documents to be used on site for routine tasks, on-site testing, sample collection, chemical delivery and addition, system maintenance and other tasks as necessary at direction of licensed operator. Must be able lift 50 pounds for short periods of time. After one year training technicians will be added to the on call weekly rotation. Must be able to pass a criminal background check and child abuse history clearance and provide a valid driver’s license to operate company vehicles. No experience necessary.
Operator in training (OIT): Along with completing tasks as a technician the operator in training position is a preparatory designation for an employee that has sufficient knowledge working as a technician and anticipates taking the PA-DEP water and/or wastewater certification exams. Operators in training have a minimum year experience of field and/or formal water/ wastewater education in a classroom setting. This can be only field or classroom work or a combination of field and classroom work, with experience outside of the company considered on a case-by-case basis. The OIT has shown an understanding of the normal routine operation of water and wastewater treatment facilities and can work with minimal supervision. The OIT will work closely with the team of operators to build a higher understanding of water and wastewater treatment. There will be a focus on the inner workings of water and wastewater treatment. The OIT will work on skills to build the understanding of the chemical, biological, and mechanical process of water and wastewater treatment. The OIT will assist the operator with non-routine tasks with more focus on design and trouble shooting systems. The OIT will be trained and responsible to design monitoring and maintenance plans for the systems they are involved with and will assist with state assessments for systems that are not in compliance. The OIT will be expected to perform routine technician tasks with little guidance from the operator team and will work with new technicians to train them on routine processes and tasks.