DIVE TENDER EMPLOYMENT- Dive Job Openings With RPWT

Fort Worth Texas, Dive JOB OPENINGS-

 

 


We are now taking applications for a Commercial Diver, Dive Tender and Dive Supervisor RPWT is an established leader in water tank & tower inspection & cleaning. We are seeking individuals who have experience in the diving industry.  ADCI certification is preferred.  We require a good driving record and we have multiple government contracts that require a clean criminal history.

Preference given to applicants in the North Texas area.  Call 817-377-4899 to arrange interview.  Or e-mail your resume and salary history to: tankinspections@aol.com

Diver Wanted

ESTABLISHED WATER TANK AND TOWER INSPECTION AND CLEANING COMPANY is seeking a commercial diver. CURRENT SCUBA certification and recent diving physical is required, preference given to ADC certified line air divers. We have a full time opening working out of our Main Office in Ft Worth, Tx. This position requires frequent out of town travel (2-5 days a week, often work on a 4 day work week with 3 days off). A valid Drivers license and good driving record is required. For additional information and application see: http://www.ronperrin.com/employment.htm. FOR INTERVIEW Call our Office Manager Debi at 817-377-4899.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $140.00 /day

Job Location:

  • Fort Worth, TX 76108

Florida Rule Requires Tanks to be inspected and cleaned at least once every five years

Our company can help your Florida Utility meet the requirements for water tank inspection and cleaning under 62-555.350 with no or little disruption in your water service.  For more information see our main web page at http://www.ronperrin.com for a free quote call 888-481-1768 or fax a list of your tanks to 817-246-1740. The Florida standard is the most aggressive in the country requiring all potable water storage tanks to be cleaned and inspected by a licensed Florida P.E. at least once every five years.  The rule also requires some tanks at water processing plants to be cleaned every year. Read more here: 62-555.350 Operation and Maintenance of Public Water Systems. (1) Suppliers of water shall operate and maintain their public water systems so as to comply with applicable standards in Chapter 62-550, F.A.C., and requirements in this chapter. (2) Suppliers of water shall keep all necessary public water system components in operation and shall maintain such components in good operating condition so the components function as intended. Preventive maintenance on electrical or mechanical equipment – including exercising of auxiliary power sources, checking the calibration of finished-drinking-water meters at treatment plants, testing of air or pressure relief valves for hydropneumatic tanks, and exercising of isolation valves – shall be performed in accordance with the equipment manufacturer’s recommendations or in accordance with a written preventive maintenance program established by the supplier of water; however, in no case shall auxiliary power sources be run under load less frequently than monthly. Accumulated sludge and biogrowths shall be cleaned routinely (i.e., at least annually) from all treatment facilities that are in contact with raw, partially treated, or finished drinking water and that are not specifically designed to collect sludge or support a biogrowth; and blistering, chipped, or cracked coatings and linings on treatment or storage facilities in contact with raw, partially treated, or finished drinking water shall be rehabilitated or repaired. Finished-drinking-water storage tanks, including conventional hydropneumatic tanks with an access manhole but excluding bladder- or diaphragm-type hydropneumatic tanks without an access manhole, shall be checked at least annually to ensure that hatches are closed and screens are in place; shall be cleaned at least once every five years to remove biogrowths, calcium or iron/manganese deposits, and sludge from inside the tanks; and shall be inspected for structural and coating integrity at least once every five years by personnel under the responsible charge of a professional engineer licensed in Florida. Dead-end water mains conveying finished drinking water shall be flushed quarterly or in accordance with a written flushing program established by the supplier of water; additionally, dead-end or other water mains conveying finished water shall be flushed as necessary whenever legitimate water quality complaints are received. ——— Serving the Midwest & Southeast U.S. Ron Perrin Water Technologies is ready to work! For a free quote call 888-481-1768,  fax your tank sizes & type to 817-246-1740,  or e-mail ronlooks@aol.com