Founded In: 1955
Location of Service Area: San Rafael, California
NUMBER OF FULL TIME EMPLOYEES: 29
NUMBER OF CUSTOMERS SERVED: 30,000
Sewer Gravity Pipelines: 105 Miles
Sewage Pumping Stations: 28
Dry Weather Flow Design Capacity 2.92 MGD
(Up to 18 MGD with full Secondary Treatment)
The Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator salary will be dependent on qualifications, background, and successful
The monthly base salary scale range is $8,553 - $10,916 * (pending Board approve on September 7, 2023)
Additional compensation is available in the form of a monthly stipend in the amount of $450.00 (max of 2) for additional
certifications. Typical certifications held by Operators have been in the disciplines of CWEA Mechanical Technologist,
CWEA Electrical/Instrumentation Technologist, and CWEA Lab Analyst.
The District has implemented an emergency response stipend. The stipend is an incentive that compensates
employees at a rate of $300 per each eligible month.
The very competitive benefits package includes:
Certification Stipend— $450.00 per month for Sick Leave- Employees receive 12 days of
qualified certifications up to a max of 2. annual sick leave.
Social Security — The District participates in the Life Insurance — The District provides fully paid
Social Security System and matches the employee’s term life insurance in the amount of $100,000 *.
Retirement Medical – Benefits are available after Dental Insurance — The District provides a self-
ten years of District service upon retirement from insured program for employees and eligible
the District. dependents, and pays dental expenses up to $3,000
per year per person.
Long Term Disability Insurance — The District Holidays — Employees receive 12 holidays per
provides LTD. year and 1 Floating holiday *.
Deferred Compensation — A 457 Plan and a Roth Vision Insurance- The District provides a
457 are available. comprehensive program for employees and
eligible dependents and pays 50% of the
Health Insurance — The District participates in Retirement- The District participates in the
PERS/Medical, which offers a wide range of health California Public Employees Retirement System
provider selections. The District pays the premium up (PERS); fully vested after 5 years of service.
to the Kaiser Family Rate. Classic members may be eligible for 2.7% at
- Vacation- Employees receive 14 vacation days per age 55; new members are eligible for 2% at
year for the first 3 years, 19 days from years 4-10, age 62. Employees pay 8% of salary toward the
22 days from years 11-15, 24 days for 16+ and a cost of PERS retirement benefits.
one- time vacation bonus after 20 years of service. *
pending Board approval