Job Details

Napa Sanitation District (NAPASAN)
  • Position Number: 5091807
  • Location: Napa, CA
  • Position Type: Human Resources



Collection System Worker-in-Training - $27.52 - $36.90 per hour
Collection System Worker I - $32.72 - $43.85 per hour
Collection System Worker II - $36.93 - $49.47 per hour

FILING DEADLINE: 11:59 P.M., Sunday, March 24, 2024

This Announcement is meant only as a general description guide and is subject to change. It does not constitute an expressed or implied contract.

The Napa Sanitation District is currently accepting applications for a full-time position of Collection System Worker-in- Training, Collection System Worker I, or Collection System Worker II.

Under direct supervision of the Collections System Supervisor or Manager, the CSWIT, CSWI, and CSWII will perform a variety of work in the maintenance and repair of wastewater collection system. Example duties include installing and repairing main and lateral connections; operating hydro-cleaning and rodding equipment; install and clean manholes, cleanouts and other drainage facilities; inspect underground wastewater collection pipes, lateral connections and appurtenances using closed circuit television equipment to locate leaks, breaks and roots; respond to customer calls for service, and maintain accurate records of work performed. The CSWIT is a training level class.

Ability to:
Perform work related to the following: installation, inspection, maintenance and repair of underground sewer lines; servicing and minor maintenance on a variety of stationary and mobile equipment; respond effectively to emergency situations and troubleshoot such situations; safely use hand and power tools related to the work; drive and operate all District vehicles; make accurate mathematical calculations; and establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of the work.

Education and Experience: CSWIT
- Equivalent to graduation from high school. No experience required. CSWI - Equivalent to graduation from high school and one year's experience as a Collection System Worker-in-training with Napa Sanitation District (the District) or two years' experience installing or maintaining underground sewer, water or storm drain pipelines. CSWII – Equivalent to graduation from high school and completion of a proficiency skills training program as determined by the District, and two years' experience as a Collection System Worker I with the District or three years of semi-skilled maintenance experience in wastewater collection systems at a level equivalent to that of a CSWI at the District.

License: CSWIT – Possession of a Class "C" CA driver's license and satisfactory driving record, and the ability to obtain a Class "B" license within six months of hire. CSWI & CSWII - Possession of a valid Class "B" California Driver's License and satisfactory driving record.

Certificate: CSWIT: Must obtain a California Grade I Wastewater Collection Maintenance certificate within two (2) years of appointment. CSWI: Must possess a California Grade I Wastewater Collection Maintenance Certificate or obtain one within one (1) year of appointment. CSWII: Must possess a California Grade II Wastewater Collection System Maintenance Certificate.

Other Requirements: Must be available for standby and response to off-hours emergency situations. Work requires outside exposure to all weather conditions with dust, noise, traffic, and some potentially hazardous materials.

Applicant must pass a background check, pre-employment drug screen and physical.


10 days per year, 15 days after 3 years with incremental increases to 25 days

Sick Leave: 12 days per year

Personal Leave: 28 hours per year

Holidays: 13 days per year

Health Plan: Choice of several plans with employer paid premiums up to the appropriate Kaiser rate.

Dental Plan: Available after 3 months of employment with 100% employer paid premiums for employee and eligible dependents

Vision Plan: Available after 6 months of employment with 100% employer paid premiums for employee and eligible dependents

Long Term Disability: Available first of the month following 30 days of employment with 100% employer paid premiums

Retirement: Public Employee's Retirement System (CalPERS): Classic Member's formula - 2.0% at 55, one- year final compensation. Employee's share of PERS retirement is 7.0%. PEPRA members – 2 % at 62 formula and three-year average on final compensation. Employee's share of PERS retirement is currently at 8.25%.

Social Security: District employees do not pay social security taxes

Life Insurance: Available after 6 months of employment with 100% employer paid premiums - $50,000 coverage

Union: Employees are members of Teamsters Local 315 Union

Other benefits and programs available include:
Employee Assistance Program
Deferred Compensation (457k) Plan with District Matching $100 per month Credit Union
Wellness Program


Physical examination:
After an offer of employment is made, an applicant is required to pass a background check and pre-employment physical exam including a drug/alcohol screen.

Probationary period: 12 months is the normal probationary period.

In accordance with applicable laws and regulations, the District does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, age, disability or other prohibited status.

Apply online at Completed application, resume and cover letter must be submitted online by the final filing deadline.

Note: Interviews are tentatively scheduled for Thursday, April 18, 2024.

The selection process may consist of an evaluation of the applicant's qualifications including a written exam, and/or internal interviews. Any part of the selection process may be modified or canceled to meet the needs of the District.

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