assistant superintendent resume example with 17+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor (555) 432-1000,
  • Experienced with completing weekly payroll.
  • Experienced collaborating on the 10 year & Capital Improvement plans
  • Experienced with the Eastern Mass Chemical Bid Collaborative
  • Familiar with the completion of Department Warrants
  • Familiar with the GASB program
  • Familiar with ARJWW rates and fee schedule
  • Experienced with ARJWW Cross Connection Program
  • Works very well with members of DEP and Engineering consultants ensuring an efficient, productive work environment.
  • Excellent attention to detail with exceptional organizational skills
  • Highly experienced with composing Standard Operating Procedures
  • Experienced Leader
  • Experienced with SCADA System and Win911 callout alarm system
  • Well-versed in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Data Entry
  • Highly experienced with H20 Cloud Software
  • Highly dependable, dedicated, fast learner
  • Familiar with ArcView GIS
  • Excellent water quality, troubleshooting, and jar testing skills
Professional Summary

Certified Grade 4T/D2 Assistant Superintendent with a total of 17 1/2 years of experience in the Drinking Water field. Looking to apply excellent problem-solving, planning, leadership, and multitasking abilities to a challenging new role. Dedicated to the continuation of positive progress at Abington/Rockland Joint Water Works.

Expected in 2004 to to Bachelor of Science | Environmental Science, Geography & Regional Planning Westfield State University, Westfield, MA GPA:
  • Grade IV Treatment License
  • Grade II Distribution License
  • Currently actively pursuing Grade III & IV Distribution Licenses
Work History
04/2019 to Current Assistant Superintendent American Golf Corporation | Solana Beach, CA,
  • Assists the Superintendent in planning, organizing, and scheduling of Treatment/Distribution related operations.
  • Assumes all duties of the Superintendent in his absence.
  • Evaluates, through the Primary Operator, all treatment operations to ensure the production of potable, quality drinking water for Abington & Rockland.
  • Prepares advertising and conducts all interviews for hiring new employees.
  • Responsible for communication with DEP regarding all drinking water related testing, reporting, and regulation-sensitive topics and upgrades.
  • Responsible for PFAS project coordination and upgrades, sampling compliance, correspondence, mailers, and communication with Town Officials and residents.
  • Assists the Superintendent with creating Department Articles for allocating funds for specific future projects.
  • Assists the Superintendent with the pursuance of Grants for Department projects (specifically PFAS related projects and increasing water production).
  • Familiar with the Abington/Rockland Joint Water Works budget and planning.
  • Completes and Certifies the Annual CCR.
  • Completes and Certifies the Annual Statistical Report.
  • Coordinates Lead and Copper Program & Reporting for compliance.
  • Responsible for creating rotating schedules for treatment operators.
  • Attends all Commissioner and Rockland Department Head Meetings.
  • Accompanies the Superintendent to Capital Planning and Financial Committee meetings for Rockland and Abington.
  • Responsible for evaluating employees and their job performance.
  • Completes and delivers all DEP reports.
07/2006 to 04/2019 Chief Operator Abington/Rockland Joint Water Works | City, STATE,
  • Responsible for the production of quality potable drinking water that complies with the MA DEP regulations.
  • Continually evaluates procedures to ensure the optimization of all 3 treatment facilities (average production totaling 4 MGD).
  • Oversees storage tank sites: 3 elevated storage tanks and 1 standpipe booster station with a hypochlorite injection system.
  • Responsible for maintaining adequate system pressure and storage tank levels to ensure customer health and safety.
  • Responsible for completing and submitting monthly State reports for three treatment facilities to the MA DEP.
  • Responsible for completing and submitting quarterly Discharge Monitoring Reports (DMRs) for three drinking water treatment facilities to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
  • Participates in the Eastern Mass Chemical Bid Collaborative for the treatment plant bulk chemical bids.
  • Supervises all treatment operators on duty and delegates daily and weekly work assignments.
  • Responsible for training new and established operators.
  • Responsible for creating rotating schedules for operators.
  • Responsible for ensuring weekly, monthly, and quarterly samples are collected according to the MA DEP issued schedules.
  • Responsible for collaborating with engineers and contractors on treatment projects and upgrades.
  • On call to respond to treatment related emergencies.
  • Responsible for ordering and scheduling bulk chemical deliveries for four treatment facilities.
  • Responsible for ordering all lab testing supplies and equipment.
  • Responsible for assisting customers with water quality related inquiries, schedules sample appointments, and follows-up with customers.
  • Responsible for ensuring the SCADA and Win911 Alarm call out computer program systems are current and in working order. Works with SCADA contractors for upgrades and troubleshooting.
  • Responsible for testing monthly and quarterly SCADA Alarms.
  • Responsible for keeping organized and accurate records.
07/2004 to 07/2006 Drinking Water Operator Abington/Rockland Joint Water Works | City, STATE,
  • Responsible for the production of quality potable drinking water that meets the MA DEP drinking water regulations.
  • Kept accurate records of water quality and treatment plant operations.
  • Collected weekly bacteria and quarterly miscellaneous samples according to the MA DEP sampling schedule.
  • Collected and tested customer samples when necessary.
  • Performed hourly, daily, weekly, and monthly sampling and laboratory testing in the treatment plants.
  • Performed all necessary chemical feed pump adjustments to ensure quality drinking water was produced at all times.
  • Performed jar testing and troubleshooting to ensure the water treatment plant operations were optimized at all times.
  • Performed necessary treatment plant maintenance including chemical feed pump and valve repairs.
  • Lead several jar testing projects for data collection strategies.

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School Attended

  • Westfield State University

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  • Assistant Superintendent
  • Chief Operator
  • Drinking Water Operator


  • Bachelor of Science

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