Water Treatment/Distribution Operator
Southeast Water Users District (SEWUD) is seeking a full time Water Treatment/Distribution Operator. Applicants with previous experience in water treatment/distribution preferred but not necessary, will train. Position requires a valid driver’s license, willingness to be on call one week per month and must live in SEWUD’s east service area.
SEWUD provides a competitive wage & benefit package.
Job applications available by email at email@example.com or by calling 800-400-8888 or 701-242-7432.
Send application and resume to:
Southeast Water Users District
PO Box 10
Mantador, ND 58058
Application deadline is May 29th, 2015
As always,it's a busy here at SEWU! This time of the year we have a number of calls to the office requesting new water memberships. This means that the contractors in the area are extremely busy too! If you are considering the installation of rural water to a location, you need to call the office with your legal description so that we can see availability to our line and estimate a cost for you. We are always looking for new consumers to have access to good quality water!
If you plan on digging anywhere on your property, remember IT IS THE LAW to CALL BEFORE YOU DIG! All you need to do is dial 811 with your legal description and the project you are planning to do and the ND One-Call Center will notify the utility companies in that area. If you have already hired a contractor, he may do this for you.
Remember that Southeast Water Users District has 3 divisions to the area. We call them SE-East, SE-Central and SE-West. Different service fees apply to each area so if you have questions of actually where your rural site is located in the system, or need to know different rates etc., please give the office a call and someone will be glad to help you. photo gallery.
BUSY, BUSY, BUSY! That's what is going on in the all three divisions of the Southeast Water Users District. We made it through another long North Dakota winter without too many glitches in the road, so here's to better days ahead. The construction of a new Booster "O" by Wahpeton has broken ground. This is needed to keep up the pressure for a number of individuals near the Wahpeton area where concentrations of farm homes has grown. Swanberg Construction of Valley City has been awarded the job.
Same thing goes in the SE -Central division as Paul is working at new additions and mapping. This is always a long and tedious process, but the field operators are working with AE2S, our engineering firm, to make sure that new maps are made so that we can keep track of where the water lines are. Paul is also busy helping co-operator Troy from the west division, doing some repair work on some pumps and cleaning of the tanks. It takes 2 operators to accomplish these things and Troy and Paul work together quite often.
Not to sound repiticious, but same goes here. Also busy with maintaining reservoirs and making sure things keep running smoothly. Also preparing for the new expansion to the reservoir to add extra storage of 100,000 gallons of water, so that we can better keep up with demand at high peak times.