Job Listing Overview
The Worthington, Minnesota staff is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the wastewater treatment plant and the building and grounds. The Maintenance Mechanic will be responsible not only for process monitoring and adjustments but will perform basic to advanced mechanical and electrical repairs on pumps, compressors, valves, HVAC equipment, and various types of electrical equipment including VFDs, power systems, and much more. Our staff participates in an “on call” rotation for plant coverage outside normal workday hours and shifts may include weekends and holidays. In addition, operators will be required to respond to emergency situations and work in inclement weather as needed. The schedule is typically Monday – Friday, with rotating weekends and holiday coverage.
- Minimum of 5 years of experience in the operation and maintenance of pumps, motors, electrical and automation equipment, plumbing fixtures, boilers, and compressors.
- Electrical experience (wiring, wire diagrams, line diagrams, circuit boards, UPSs, VFDs, PLCs) and power system experience.
- Experience working in a wastewater treatment facility preferred, but not a requirement.
- High School or trade school diploma is required.
- A valid motor vehicle operator’s license.
- Knowledge of computer applications, and ability to use & learn various CMMS software programs.
- Ability to read, interpret, and apply instructions, drawings, and specifications for work assigned.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with superiors, other personnel, and the general public.
- Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
- Must be able to lift or move up to 40 lbs. on a regular basis.
Woodard & Curran offers a generous compensation and benefits package to include retirement, generous paid time off, holidays, medical & dental insurance, flexible spending account, career growth, and more!
$24 – $29 an hour
The salary ranges given below are a national average only and may be different for this role based on specific collective bargaining agreements or contract requirements.
Please reference this project specific pay range instead. In addition, for facilities that are unionized and receive benefits through the union, the benefits may differ from what is listed.
Project Specific Pay Range:
$24.00 – $29.00/hour, depending on qualifications. On-call incentives offer $200 for the week you are on call (this is a rotation).Annual Project bonuses are awarded each year. Annual Safety bonuses are awarded each year
About Woodard and Curran
Woodard & Curran is a national engineering, science, and operations firm with a simple vision for clean water, a safe environment, healthy communities, and happy people. As an employee-owned company, we strive to cultivate diverse teams and encourage collaboration in an equitable and inclusive culture. We seek talented individuals from all backgrounds to help us address a broad range of water and environmental issues. We prioritize our people, offering opportunities for professional growth, ownership, and flexibility. That’s how we make a difference to our clients, people, and the planet.
Woodard & Curran draws on the experience of hundreds of certified operators across the country, backed by the knowledge and skills of hundreds more engineers, scientists, and regulatory experts, to quickly tackle the most challenging operational issues and keep treatment plants running efficiently and in full compliance. Woodard & Curran also reimburses employees in earning, upgrading, and keeping their licenses and certifications within the industry.