On Jan. 21, the City of LaGrange received a 2018 Live, Work, Play City Award presented by the Georgia Municipal Association (GMA), in conjunction with Georgia Trend magazine, during GMA’s annual Mayors’ Day conference in Atlanta.
Date: February 15, 2018
Department: Water Pollution Control
Exp. Date: Until Filled
Pay Range: Depending On Qualifications
Successful candidate will perform highly skilled electrical, electronic, and mechanical work at all water pollution control plants and pumping stations. Work includes troubleshooting repairing, and performing maintenance of electrical and electronic systems including motors, starters, relays, MCC’s, VFD’s, PLC’s circuit boards, wiring, and instrumentation, and computer system. Successful candidate should be able to use a considerable amount of independent judgment in analyzing and restoring equipment to its optimal operation condition. Successful candidate will work under the general supervision of the WPC Equipment Maintenance Supervisor. This is a first shift (M-F) position with rotating on-call duty (one week every 4-5 weeks).
If you have any additional questions please email or call Stephanie Crowe in the Human Resource Department: +706 883 2037, firstname.lastname@example.org.