Job Listing Overview

Under the general direction of the Water Pollution Control Executive Director or designee procures goods and services, to include but not limited to, materials, supplies, parts and equipment for the SWPCA; maintains records of materials in inventory and on order; monitors inventory levels and initiates purchasing activity as required; identifies, reconciles and reports discrepancies and irregularities; performs related record keeping and other duties as required.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: Graduation from an accredited high school and three (3) years of experience in purchasing and the maintenance of a physical inventory system involving both clerical and manual labor duties, which must have been in a manufacturing, automotive or utility company or environment.

About The City of Stamford Water Pollution Control Authority

Located in Stamford, Connecticut, The Stamford Water Pollution Control Facility processes wastewater from the City of Stamford and the neighboring Town of Darien, and discharges clean water into the East Branch of Stamford Harbor. There has been wastewater treatment at this site since 1900. The first plant was built in 1943, followed by an upgrade in 1976, and the latest upgrade in 2006. The Facility is manned twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.

The Stamford WPCA proudly supports the communities it serves and offers educational activities on wastewater treatment, stormwater, and FOG . We invite you to tour our facility, either in person (public tours will be held on the second Friday of the month) or online with our virtual tour.