Utility System Supervisor

Company: Grand Canyon National Park
Date Posted: May 6, 2021
Job Description:

Utility Systems Repairer Operator Supervisor WS-4742-10


The Grand Canyon National Park Facility Maintenance and Engineering Division has announced opening for one Utility System Repairer Operator Supervisor. The National Park Service preserves unimpaired the natural and cultural resources and values of the National Park System for the enjoyment, education, and inspiration of this and future generations.



This position is located in the Utilities Shops Branch, Facilities Management and Engineering, Grand Canyon National Park. The purpose of the position is to effectively manage the continuous operation, maintenance, and rehabilitation of water and wastewater utility systems including potable water pumping, storage, transmission, treatment and distribution systems; wastewater collection and treatment systems, waste water treatment and reclamation plants and storage, chlorination systems, and state certified potable water, and wastewater quality testing laboratories within the most challenging and arduous environment. The work requires the ability to supervise a staff of skilled workers involved in the operation, maintenance and repair of water arid waste water systems and their controls. Incumbent is occasionally called upon to oversee the operation of utility systems in Parks around the state by providing the license for the utilities operation in the temporary absence of a licensed operator. The incumbent is responsible to ensure the water and waste water systems remain in full compliance of the Federal, State and other regulatory requirement.



·         Salary is $37.15 to $43.28 per hour.

·         Moving expenses may be reimbursed.

·         A recruitment and relocation incentive may be authorized.

·         Subsidized housing is provided.

How to Apply:

More information about the position and how to apply can be found on USAJOBS at https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/600083300.


For questions regarding the application process, contact Sheila Casey at sheila_casey@nps.gov