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Waste Water Maintenance Operator





The City of Macomb, Illinois is currently seeking applications to fill a position at the Waste Water Treatment Plant.  The position to be filled will be one of the following and will depend on applicant skills, license and certifications:  Maintenance Worker, Operator I or Operator II.


This position assists in completing tasks related to the operation and maintenance of the City’s Waste Water Treatment Plant.  The successful applicant shall have the ability to operate small equipment and hand tools; operate heavy equipment, as qualified; and perform manual labor to complete assigned tasks.  Following directions and performing recordkeeping are essential.  Working safely and independently in an environment that is sometimes undesirable is required.


A Class B CDL license is required within 90 days of employment. Residency within McDonough County will be required along with a pre-employment physical, lower back x-ray, drug screen and background investigation.  High school diploma or GED required.  Operator I and Operator II positions require appropriate licensing.  The wage for this position will depend on the position filled.


General employment applications are available at Macomb City Hall; 232 E. Jackson Street, Macomb, IL or on-line at Completed applications for this position must be returned to the Mayor’s Office in City Hall no later than 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, November 20, 2019.


The City of Macomb is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Enterprise Zone Information

Enterprise Zone Information

From the Office of Community Development:

Starting July 1, 2019 the Office of Community Development will begin charging building permit fees to all applicants in the Enterprise Zone who choose not to apply for an enterprise zone abatement. That is, only those projects that apply for the material sales tax abatement would have their building permit fees waived.

From the Macomb Area Economic Development Corporation:

The Macomb/Bushnell Enterprise Zone offers distinctive local incentives to enhance business development efforts.  Local incentives include a nearly 100% property tax abatement on the total assessed increased valuation of improvements, waiver of permit fees, streamlined building code and zoning requirements, and access to local revolving loan funds (RLF).  Additionally, the state permits a sales tax exemption on all permanently affixed building materials when purchased from a qualified retailer.