• Full Time
  • Castro Valley, CA
  • $83,220.63 - $101,155.26 Annually USD / Year

Castro Valley Sanitary District

Do you have experience with wastewater collection? Are you looking to grow your career in a small well-rounded organization? Do you excel in working both independently and with a team? If this is you, the Castro Valley Sanitary District (CVSan) welcomes your application for the next Collection System Maintenance Worker.

Regional Government Services and its staff are conducting the recruitment on behalf of the Castro Valley Sanitary District


The Collection System Maintenance Worker participates in all CVSan activities required to inspect, maintain, and repair collection system facilities and equipment including main sewer lines, laterals, pumping stations, and mobile equipment. The work involves preventive and corrective maintenance program implementation and assistance in ensuring that CVSan meets all regulatory agency requirements. Assignments may vary with the skill and training of the incumbent; however, all employees are cross trained in all assignments and the use of all equipment.


Be flexible, reliable, and detail oriented with high standards for work product and safety.
Work effectively in a team-based organization focused on continuous improvement.
Establish and maintain a positive customer service attitude, and effective working relationships.
Be able to take direction and have the eagerness to learn.
Demonstrate strong two-way communication skills, including the ability to listen, explain, and facilitate.
Thrive while leading in a fast-paced environment with competing priorities.
Be motivated by the opportunity for professional growth and satisfaction that comes from working in an environment ripe with challenge and possibility.
Possess written and verbal communication skills.

Adaptability and Flexibility – Responds effectively to multiple demands, ambiguity, shifting of priorities, emerging situations, and rapid change

Collaboration – Works cooperatively with other individuals and makes valued contributions.

Change Resiliency – Quickly and effectively understands and adjusts to new roles, challenges, and changes in the work environment and in their jobs.

Communication – Exchanges information using oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills

Customer Service – Implements activities designed to enhance the level of customer satisfaction

Inclusiveness – Respects and values working in a diverse environment.

Interpersonal Relations and Skills – Builds relationships based on mutual trust and respect.

Problem Solving – Sees and is able to define problems and implement solutions.

Safety – Works to comply with safety regulations and helps to promote safety consciousness and well-being.

The Castro Valley Sanitary District (CVSan) is a small public agency organized under the Health and Safety Code of the State of California. As a California Special District, CVSan has responsibility for the operation and maintenance of the sanitary sewer collection system within the unincorporated community of Castro Valley. The District also is in charge of the administration of a refuse collection franchise, the District’s 25% interest in a wastewater treatment facility, implementation, and administration of state and local mandated recycling programs, as well as District participation in sub-regional wastewater discharge and solid/hazardous waste management agencies.


Education and Experience: Equivalent to graduation from high school and two (2) years of experience in wastewater or storm sewer line cleaning and maintenance.

Licenses and Certifications:

Must possess and keep current, or obtain, during the probationary period, a valid California Class B driver’s license with Air Brakes and Tanker endorsements and have a satisfactory driving record.
Must obtain a Grade I level Collection System Maintenance certificate issued by the California Water Environment Associate (CWEA) in a time period specified by CVSan.
Must possess or obtain Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Automated External Defibrillator (AED), and First Aid certificates within a time period specified by CVSan.
Attend confined space entry training in a time period specified by CVSan.

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