NOTICE

WASTEWATER PLANT MANAGER

The Russell County Public Service Authority is seeking to hire a full-time or part-time qualified applicant for a Wastewater Plant Manager. The successful candidate will perform intermediate technical work in the operation of a wastewater treatment plant; perform advanced chemical and bacteriological tests; prepare and maintain records on plant operations to include DEQ and EPA reports. Candidate must have thorough knowledge of operating characteristics and maintenance requirements of a wastewater treatment plant; thorough knowledge of hydraulic, chemical and mechanical principals pertinent to wastewater treatment plant operations; thorough knowledge of occupational hazards of the work and necessary safety precautions; ability to detect flaws in the operation of mechanical equipment and to determine proper remedial measures; ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions; ability to read meters and charts accurately and to maintain records or shift operations; and some skill in the use of hand tools.

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school, extensive experience in the operation of a wastewater treatment plant, and possession of at least a Class III Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator license issued by the Commonwealth of Virginia required.

Applications are available at the Russell County PSA’s office located at 137 Highland Drive – PSA Dept. Lebanon, Virginia 24266. Open until filled.

 

LABORERS

The Russell County Public Service Authority is seeking to hire (4) part-time laborers. The successful candidates will be required to:

  • Work on water crew learning to perform manual labor in installing, repairing and maintaining water lines, valves, meters, pumps and water taps
  • Work on sewer crew learning to perform manual labor in installing, repairing and maintaining sewer lines, force mains, lift stations and manholes
  • Dig holes and ditches with shovel and other hand tools
  • Clean and maintain tools, sampling equipment and lab equipment
  • Responsible for keeping site and grounds at plants clean and neat
  • Perform daily equipment checks
  • Pick up necessary supplies and tools from warehouse or vendors as directed
  • Respond to emergency calls at all hours
  • Perform work safely in accordance with departmental safety procedures and operate equipment safely
  • Flag traffic
  • Perform other related and non-related duties as assigned

Applications are available at the Russell County PSA’s office located at 137 Highland Drive – PSA Dept. Lebanon, Virginia 24266. Open until filled.

Bill Payment Options

Good news! Our online payment service is now up and running. Please go to the bill payment section to register for an account or make a payment if you have an account. 

Relocation of Office

As of February 1, 2019, the office for The Russell County PSA - Castlewood Division's current location of 111 Water Lane, St. Paul, VA, will be relocating to 137 Highland Drive, Lebanon, Virginia

The Russell County PSA Department

Located in the government center.

Options for payment include 1) making a payment at either New People's Bank in Castlewood 2) making payment at the office located at the new office in Lebanon 3) payment by postal mail, PO Box 2679 Lebanon, Va 24266 or 4) making credit card payment by phone.

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Castlewood Water And Sewage Authority Name Change.

June 27, 2019

Please be aware that Castlewood Water and Sewage Authority has merged with The Russell County PSA. Our name has changed to The Russell County PSA-Castlewood Division. This will not affect any of the payment options that we offer.  If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to call the office. 

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November 11, 1918.

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