Details for H E L P W A N T E D TEMPORARY N/R COLLECTION SYSTEMS OPERATOR
H E L P W A N T E D TEMPORARY N/R COLLECTION SYSTEMS OPERATOR The Big Bear City Community Services District is presently accepting applications for the temporary position of Collection Systems Operator. N/R Collection Systems Operator performs a variety of tasks involved in field operations for the sewer department. Applicants must meet eligibility standards for motor vehicle insurance coverage. Possession of valid Class C California driver’s license and good driving record is required. Sewer department experience/education is preferred. Hourly wage is $18.78. District benefits are not offered. Proof of authorization to work, pre-employment physical examination, background screening, and drug screening are required. Full application packets with current job descriptions for the position are available at the District office or on line at www.bbccsd.org. All application materials will be thoroughly reviewed and those candidates whose training and experience best meet the needs of the District may be invited to take a written exam and/or an oral interview. A District application and a personal resume must be submitted by 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, June 3, 2020 to: Big Bear City Community Services District Human Resources Department PO Box 558 139 E. Big Bear Blvd. Big Bear City, CA 92314-0558 (Please place applications and resumes in the customer drop-box located at 139 E. Big Bear Blvd, Big Bear City, CA. 92314) This announcement is a general notification of a job opportunity at the Big Bear City Community Services District and is informational only. It is not an offer to contract or an offer of employment. The District reserves the right, at anytime and in its sole and absolute discretion and without notice, to add to, delete, or otherwise modify any of the terms set forth in this announcement, including, but not limited to, the qualifications for the position, the testing and selection process and standards, and the wages and benefits associated with the position.
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