The Cherokee County Water And Sewerage Authority takes deliberate steps to employ the most qualified and professional individuals which retain the knowledge, skills, and abilities required for each specific position and department, in order to fulfill the needs of our customers and to ensure that the CCWSA operates in the most efficient and effective means possible.
Current Employment Vacancies:
Waste Water Collections System Operator
Must already possess or must obtain a Georgia Waste Water Collections Operator license within one year from the date of transfer or be subject to termination at that time. The operator will be responsible for the operation and maintenance of multiple wastewater lift stations. Applicant must also have the ability to perform general labor including but not limited to operating a boom truck, pulling pumps from wet wells, wiring pumps, facilities & grounds maintenance, heavy lifting, ability to work from a ladder or other aerial equipment, and any other tasks as assigned by supervision. Prefer individual with electrical experience who can learn to troubleshoot control panels and understand electrical schematics. The ability to repair and/or perform preventative maintenance tasks on pumps, motors, valves, and other equipment is required. Basic computer skills with the ability to learn and operate a work order system as well as the ability to interpret electrical and mechanical drawings/plans. Must be dependable, able to work on-call status on a systematic basis and complete work assignments during and/or after normal working hours as required.
Waste Water Maintenance Mechanic Trainee
A Basic Maintenance Technologist Certification or the ability to obtain the certification within one year from the date of transfer is preferred. Applicant must possess the ability to reason, problem solve, and learn to troubleshoot electrical and mechanical issues. The ability to repair, and perform preventative maintenance tasks on pumps, motors, valves, and other equipment is required. Basic computer skills with the ability to learn and operate a work-order system as well as the ability to interpret electrical and mechanical drawings is needed. Applicants must also have the ability to perform general labor including but not limited to grounds and building maintenance, mowing, weed-eating, heavy-lifting, climbing, and the ability to work from a ladder or other aerial equipment, spraying, painting, cleaning, or any other tasks as designated by supervision. From time to time, after hours work may be required. Management may transfer maintenance personnel to another waste water facility periodically, or at any time deemed necessary.
Waste Water Treatment Operator
Must already possess or must obtain a Waste Water Treatment Operator license within one year from the date of transfer or be subject to termination at that time. Must be available for 8-hour shifts, 5 days per week during training, however, position will move to 12-hour shifts, rotating 4 days on and 4 days off. Management may transfer operators to another waste water facility periodically, or at any time deemed necessary. Ability to retain substantial amounts of information and perform logical reasoning/deduction, ability to maintain a professional demeanor, excellent communication/people skills, and dependability required.
Must have the ability to perform all types of manual labor as well as be mechanically inclined. Must also become Georgia certified in flagging traffic and have the ability to remain continually observant of traffic hazards, safety policy, and potential safety issues at all times.
- In order to be considered for a position with the CCWSA, applicants must submit a completed application. You may also choose to attach a resume and cover letter to your completed application however they are not required and will not be considered in lieu of a completed application.
- You may click HERE to download a CCWSA employment application.
- Incomplete applications will not be considered for employment.
- Completed applications may be dropped off at 140 West Main Street; Canton, GA 30114 or mailed to
HR Department; P.O. Box 5000; Canton, GA 30114.
- You may contact the Human Resources Department with specific questions by calling our main line at (770) 479-1813.
Cherokee County Water And Sewerage Authority (CCWSA) is an Equal Opportunity Employer, E-Verify Compliant, and a Georgia Board of Worker’s Compensation Certified Drug and Alcohol-Free Workplace.
The CCWSA does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, or disability in employment practices or in the provision of services.