- Job ID: 14775
- Job Category: Engineering & Technical
- Division & Section: Toronto Water, Environment & Administration
- Work Location: 30 Dee Ave, (moving to 2026 Kipling Ave Summer 2021)
- Job Type & Duration: 2 Temporary (24 month) vacancies
- Hourly Rate and Wage Grade: $33.63 to $36.85, TF0320, Wage Grade 9
- Shift Information: Monday to Friday, 35 hours per week
- Affiliation: L79 Full Time
- Number of Positions Open: 2
- Posting Period: 08-Apr-2021 to 22-Apr-2021
Reporting to the Supervisor of Environmental Monitoring and Protection, and receiving work direction from the Engineering Technologist Technician 1, the Engineering Technologist Technician 3 primarily performs calculations, tracking, and data analysis associated with both the Industrial Waste Surcharge Program and Sanitary Discharge Program. The Engineering Technologist Technician 3 performs field work consisting of environmental sampling/ monitoring of industrial, commercial and institutional operations as required.
- Collects, maintains and analyzes data relating to the Industrial Waste Surcharge Program and Private Water Discharge Program; obtains data as required from iPACS system and Grubbs statistical program
- Analyzes and interprets sampling data collected in the Industrial Waste Surcharge Program
- Analyzes and interprets groundwater sampling data against the Sewers Bylaw submitted in applications associated with Sanitary and Storm Discharge Agreements and Permits
- Prepares billing calculations associated with the industrial waste surcharge program using a statistical calculation system
- Prepares billing calculations associated with non-purchased City water under a Sanitary Discharge permit or Agreement
- Collects samples entering a City Sewer system for analysis by a laboratory and inspects facility when field data shows non compliance with the Sewers Bylaw; logs water samples into iPACS database/works management systems
- Maintains and updates unit's sampling and associated equipment inventory and condition of equipment to determine when and what equipment needs to be ordered or re-ordered
- Reads and interprets technical and Sewer drawings in accordance with City standards, permits, agreements, and safety regulations
- Investigates, researches and conducts studies as required by the Supervisor or ETT 1
- Collects and analyzes data and prepares reports; responds to complaints and inquiries regarding the Industrial Waste Surcharge Program and Private Water Discharge Program
- Assists Engineering Technologist Technician 1 with correspondence, billing, and tracking data relating to the Industrial Waste Surcharge Program and Private Water Discharge Program
- Maintains and updates operational procedures and manuals for Industrial Waste Surcharge and Private Water Discharge Program areas
- Operates a variety of mechanical, digital, analogue, wireless computerized equipment and other equipment to perform monitoring tasks
Your application must describe your qualifications as they relate to:
- Graduate in Civil, Chemical, Environmental or Earth Sciences Engineering Technology or equivalent combination of education and/or experience
- Experience in environmental monitoring/sampling field work and taking detailed field notes of observations and work performed.
- Considerable experience in computer software including Microsoft Excel, Word and Sample Data Management Systems (i.e. LIMS) and works management systems such as iPACS
- Must possess and be able to maintain a valid Province of Ontario "G" driver's licence and be eligible to qualify for a City's driver's permit
- Experience in preparation of data files, data summaries and generating graphical summaries
You must also have:
- Knowledge in the sampling of ground water, surface water, industrial, commercial and institutional
- Knowledge of groundwater and industrial wastewater generation.
- Familiarity and knowledge of water and wastewater treatment systems and groundwater and its treatment systems
- Ability to interpret engineering drawings and documents (e.g. plans and profiles, sewer drawings, specifications etc.)
- Understanding of the principles and application of environmental monitoring theories, methods and practices.
- Familiarity with relevant regulations, statutes, standards and practices (e.g. Occupational Health and Safety Act, Ministry of Environment Acts)
- Basic analytical skills with the ability to perform manual and computerized mathematical calculations in an engineering environment
- Ability to work effectively with consultants, contractors, colleagues, and other City employees at all levels and members of the public
- Ability to work in all weather conditions
- Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, at all organizational levels
- Ability to plan, prioritize, organize
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