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Job Title: Water Plant Operator “B”
Location: Winnsboro Water Department
Date Posted: 02-Aug-2021
Under general supervision, responsible for following procedures established to produce safe drinking water within regulations. Performs analysis of water content, maintains records of analysis and treatment. Operates technical equipment including motors, pumps, lab equipment, volt/amp meters, mechanical tools, turbidity meter, etc. Must have high school diploma or equivalent with three years experience in water operation. Must have minimum of “B” certification. Must possess a valid South Carolina driver’s license. Will be required to work shifts.

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Job Title: Public Safety Officer
Location: Winnsboro, SC
Date Posted: 08-May-2017
Must be 21 Years of age with no Criminal Record. Must be a high school graduate Police and Fire Certification preferred but not required. Will be required to successfully complete prescribed course of study at the S.C. Criminal Justice Training Academy and the Fire Academy.

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***Federal Law prohibits discrimination in hiring or employment on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, disability, national origin, citizenship or on the basis of age. No question on this application is intended to secure information to be used for such discrimination. Proof of identity and work authorization will be required upon employment in accordance with Federal Regulations.

Click here to read the full Chapter 27 – Employment Protection for Reports of Violations of State or Federal Law or Regulation.