Supervise the workers in operating equipment in water treatment plant.
What does a Water Treatment Plant Supervisor do?
Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in operating and maintaining equipment in water treatment plant: Directs activities of workers engaged in filtering, chemically treating, pumping, and testing fresh and processed water in preparation for human or industrial use. Plans daily work schedule and assigns tasks to workers based upon priority of work and expertise of individual workers. Inspects equipment, such as filters, chlorine indicators, basins, filtered water basins, and pumps, to detect malfunctions. Directs workers in repair of equipment or reports need for repairs to designated authority. Maintains records on chemical usage and storage, equipment operation, and personnel attendance. Performs other duties as described under SUPERVISOR Master Title. May be required to meet licensing or certification standards established by regulatory agency concerned.