Notice of Employment Opportunity – Utility Technician

NOTICE OF EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

Utility Department of Hildale-Colorado City

 

 

POSITION:           UTILITY DEPARTMENT TECHNICIAN

 

INITIAL PAY RATE:      $14.00 to $20.00 per hour depending upon qualifications and experience.

 

JOB DUTIES:               Field Technicians work under the direct supervision of the Utilities Operations Manager and perform tasks of operation, maintenance, repair and construction of the wastewater, water, gas and fiber utility services. Technicians will be required to receive operator level certifications on all systems the utility department services during their employment with the Utility Department.

 

The job may be physically strenuous and demanding and will require lifting, pulling and managing heavy equipment and objects; Will work in all weather, and must be prepared for both extreme heat and cold, ensuring that all activities are completed in a safe and efficient way; Performs various laboring and skilled tasks when not operating equipment; Performs related duties as needed or assigned.

 

Required:                     Applicants must be at least 18 years old and must be a U.S. Citizen. Applicants must have a clean driving and criminal record;

Preferred:                     Experience in the operation of light, medium and heavy equipment recommended and be able to operate equipment in a safe and appropriate manner. Professional or journeyman certifications in water, sewer, gas, electric or fiber optic is viewed very favorably.

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The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position.

 

The job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change as the needs and requirements of the job change.  The selection process may consist of evaluation of application material, oral interviews, written examinations, performance tests, assessment centers, physical ability tests, probationary periods or any other screening technique.

 

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APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE AT:

Online at http://www.tocc.us/employment_notices/ (fill out city job application)

-or-

Pick up at:      Colorado City Town Office, 25 S. Central Street, Colorado City

Hildale City Hall At 320 West Newel Ave, Hildale City

 

APPLICATIONS ARE DUE BY  Wednesday , SEPTEMBER 12, 2018.

Deliver applications to harrisonj@hildalecity.com or at Utility Office at Hildale City Hall at 320 West Newel Ave, Hildale, UT

 

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THE TOWNS OF HILDALE-COLORADO CITY ARE EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYERS and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, or disability in employment or the provision of services.

Notice of Hildale City Council Meeting

NOTICE AND AGENDA

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE HILDALE CITY COUNCIL AND THE PUBLIC, THAT THE HILDALE CITY COUNCIL WILL HOLD A COUNCIL MEETING ON WEDNESDAY THE 20th DAY OF JUNE, 2018 AT HILDALE CITY HALL, 320 EAST, NEWEL AVENUE, WHICH MEETING SHALL BEGIN AT 6:00 P.M. MDT.

 

THE AGENDA SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:

 

  1. ROLL CALL
  2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
  3. DECLARATION OF ABSTENTIONS & CONFLICTS
  4. PUBLIC COMMENT
  5. APPROVAL OF MINUTES FROM 5/22/2018, 5/24/2018, 6/6/2018 AND 6/13/2018 MEETINGS
  6. CLOSED EXECUTIVE SESSION FOR DISCUSSION OF PENDING OR CONTEMPLATED LITIGATION, CLAIMS, AND DEMANDS
  7. CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE ACTION OF SIGNING LEASE OR BUYOUT OF LEASE ON LOT #38
  8. CLOSED EXECUTIVE SESSION
  9. CONSIDERATION AND POSSIBLE ACTION ON APPOINTMENT OF PLANNING COMMISSION MEMBERS
  10. CLOSED EXECUTIVE SESSION FOR DISCUSSION ABOUT I.T. SECURITY
  11. IGA CLASS
  12. DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE ACTION ON CHANGING MEETING TIME
  13. ADJOURNMENT

Notice of Public Hearing

Notice of Public Hearing

 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE HILDALE CITY COUNCIL, WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING AT 6:30 P.M., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 2018, AT THE HILDALE CITY HALL, 320 EAST NEWEL AVENUE, HILDALE, UTAH, FOR ADJUSTING THE FISCAL YEAR 2018 BUDGET AND ADOPTING A PROPOSED FISCAL YEAR 2019 BUDGET.

 

DATED THIS 18TH DAY OF JUNE, 2018

Press Release: Community Message No. 4 on E. Coli Outbreak

Update (7-28-17, 1pm): The investigation of the E. coli outbreak in the Hildale/Colorado
City area is drawing to a close. It has been determined that the likely source of the
disease was infected animals, followed by person-to-person contact. Several livestock
tested positive for the E. coli strain involved in this outbreak. Their owners have been
contacted and given guidance to prevent further spread. Tests on water systems,
springs, ground beef, produce, and dairy products were negative.

There have been no new confirmed cases linked to this outbreak since July 9th, although
public health agencies will continue to monitor disease activity in the community.

Disease outbreaks are unpredictable and can occur in any community. This effort has
involved the Southwest Utah Public Health Department, Mohave County Department of
Public Health, Utah Department of Health, Arizona Department of Health Services, and
the CDC. Hundreds of samples were tested and many people were interviewed.
We appreciate the cooperation of the people of Hildale, Colorado City, and Centennial
Park with the investigation and their efforts to protect against future outbreaks.

As a reminder, E. coli are common bacteria which can be spread to people when tiny
pieces of feces enter the mouth through unwashed hands; contaminated soil, water,
and food. Undercooked ground beef and unpasteurized dairy products are especially
high risk. Infected animals and manure are also sources of infection. Most types of E.
coli are harmless, but some strains are harmful to humans, such as the strain found in
this outbreak (E. coli O157:H7).

Health officials continue to encourage following the practices listed below to help
prevent infection from E. coli and other diseases:
• Keep sick animals separated from people and consider consulting a veterinarian
• Wash your hands with warm, soapy water
o After contact with animals or exposure to animal feces
o Before and after preparing or eating food
o After using the bathroom and changing diapers
o Before touching anything that enters an infant’s mouth
• Wash produce thoroughly
• Keep raw food separate from cooked food
• Carefully clean all surfaces and objects that have touched raw meat
• Cook meats thoroughly. Ground beef should be cooked to an internal
temperature of 160 degrees (use a meat thermometer)

For more information about E. coli and preventing infection, visit:
cdc.gov/ecoli/general
swuhealth.org/ecoli/

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