Job PurposeThis position performs installation, inspection, repair, alteration, testing, design, sampling, replacement and maintenance of various plumbing systems in accordance with applicable codes and standard trade practices for the proper function and safety of all water, sanitary and septic systems throughout the District.Essential Duties and Responsibilities · Install, inspect, repair, replace, and remove piping, pumps, valves, and fixtures, within all District facilities and preserves· Inspect, maintain, repair hand wells, domestic wells, and irrigation well systems, including drop pipe, pumps, pump wire harnesses, well caps and bases, water sampling and disinfect wells as necessary per state and local health code· Install, maintain, repair and annually test all District cross connection devices · Inspect, install, maintain or repair domestic, fire and irrigation water mains, services, fire hydrants, yard hydrants, drinking fountains, automatic trough systems, etc. · Inspect, maintain, replace, install, building sanitary sewer and septic system components· Inspect, install, replace and maintain conventional water heaters, solar thermal systems, water softeners, filtration systems and water boilers· Maintain inventory and provide information to determine long-term cost of ownership and for budget preparation, related to plumbing systems · Perform general tasks, work orders, project planning, estimating, soliciting quotes, safety planning and implementation, site mobilization and breakdown, housekeeping· Review plans for capital improvement projects to ensure standards, material choices and plumbing code interpretation are in the best interest of the District· Perform other duties as required Education and Experience Required Education: Technical and vocational education and training required. Related Experience: Five (5) years experience as a journeyman skill level Plumber/Pipefitter, or equivalent combination of training and experience. Special training or other license, certification, etc.: Illinois Department of Public Health Plumbers License, valid Drivers license, possess or ability to obtain within six (6) months an Illinois EPA-Cross Connection Control Device Inspector Certification and an Illinois Well Pump Installer License. Ability to complete OSHA 10, respirator, confined space, and all applicable ongoing training per OSHA 1910 and 1926.Skills In: All facets of plumbing, pipefittting and well system maintenance and repair per all applicable codes. Ability to operate and care for plumbing trade equipment, tools and materials; estimating time and material needed for completion of projects; working from blueprints, drawings and verbal/written instructions; establishing and maintaining effective working relationships.Onboarding/Training Requirements: Criminal Background Check Driver’s License Check Drug Screen HBV Series/Hepatitis B (Candidate can refuse) Hearing Audio Baseline National Sex Offender Registry Check Physical Respirator Evaluation TetanusEqual Employment Policy: As an Equal Opportunity Employer, the Forest Preserve District of DuPage County complies with Federal, State, and local laws prohibiting discrimination in employment. The Forest Preserve District makes all employment-related decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, sex (wages), genetics, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, retaliation, or other unlawful considerations.Applications: Candidates must complete the application process in its entirety, including the Pre-Screen Questions, to be considered for this position. Resumes may be included but are not accepted in lieu of the application. Forest Preserve District of DuPage County RP089 is an EEO employer - M/F/Vets/Disabled
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