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  • Directions - Beaufort Jasper Water and Sewer Authority
    Publications Freedom of Information Act Contact Us Directions Site Map Skip to Content Pay Your Bill Online Contact Us Beaufort Jasper Water Sewer Authority Home Customers Start Services Your Account Pay Your Bill Understanding Your Bill Rates Meters Residential Availability Report a Problem Contact Us Military Bases Developers Doing Business with Us Water and Sewer Availability Fees Development Policy Procedure Manual Technical Specifications Vendors Doing Business with Us Registration Suppliers Selection Policies Current Bid Opportunities Deliveries Water Quality Treatment Storage Delivery Supply Wise Water Use Known Water Outages Wastewater Collection Treatment Recycling About Us What We Do Who We Are Board of Directors News Releases Critical Customer Program Awards Videos Value of Water Campaign Employment Job Opportunities Career Paths Benefits Frequently Asked Questions Intern Program More Info FAQs Help People in Need Reports and Publications Freedom of Information Act Contact Us Directions Site Map Beaufort 843 987 9200 More Information FAQs Help People in Need Directions Reports and Publications Water Quality Report Newsletters Financial Report Budget Report PDF Fact Sheets Freedom of Information Act Contact Us Site Map Directions View Larger Map To our administrative building located at 6 Snake Road Okatie SC 29909 From I 95 heading south Take exit 28 S C 462 East Turn left on Highway 462 Coosaw Scenic Dr towards Hilton Head Continue on 462 East 10 Miles to the intersection of 462 and 336 Continue straight 4 miles to Snake Road S 27 54 Left on Snake Road 2 1 2 miles BJWSA on left From Beaufort At the intersection of Highway 21 and 170 take 170 South 12 Miles to stop light at Snake Road S 27 54 BJWSA on right From Savannah Hilton Head and Okatie Take 170 North to Beaufort to the traffic light at the intersection of Callawassie Island and

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  • News Releases Archive - Beaufort Jasper Water and Sewer Authority
    Your Bill Online Contact Us Beaufort Jasper Water Sewer Authority Home Customers Start Services Your Account Pay Your Bill Understanding Your Bill Rates Meters Residential Availability Report a Problem Contact Us Military Bases Developers Doing Business with Us Water and Sewer Availability Fees Development Policy Procedure Manual Technical Specifications Vendors Doing Business with Us Registration Suppliers Selection Policies Current Bid Opportunities Deliveries Water Quality Treatment Storage Delivery Supply Wise Water Use Known Water Outages Wastewater Collection Treatment Recycling About Us What We Do Who We Are Board of Directors News Releases Critical Customer Program Awards Videos Value of Water Campaign Employment Job Opportunities Career Paths Benefits Frequently Asked Questions Intern Program More Info FAQs Help People in Need Reports and Publications Freedom of Information Act Contact Us Directions Site Map Beaufort 843 987 9200 About Us What We Do Who We Are Board of Directors Board Members Board Meeting Schedule Board Meeting Agenda Minutes News Releases Critical Customer Program Awards Videos Value of Water Campaign News Releases Need More Information CONTACT Pamela Flasch 843 987 9213 or email Fix a Leak Week March 8 2016 New awards for BJWSA April 6 2015 Prevent Frozen Pipes in Cold Weather February 18

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  • Critical Customer Program - Beaufort Jasper Water and Sewer Authority
    of Information Act Contact Us Directions Site Map Skip to Content Pay Your Bill Online Contact Us Beaufort Jasper Water Sewer Authority Home Customers Start Services Your Account Pay Your Bill Understanding Your Bill Rates Meters Residential Availability Report a Problem Contact Us Military Bases Developers Doing Business with Us Water and Sewer Availability Fees Development Policy Procedure Manual Technical Specifications Vendors Doing Business with Us Registration Suppliers Selection Policies Current Bid Opportunities Deliveries Water Quality Treatment Storage Delivery Supply Wise Water Use Known Water Outages Wastewater Collection Treatment Recycling About Us What We Do Who We Are Board of Directors News Releases Critical Customer Program Awards Videos Value of Water Campaign Employment Job Opportunities Career Paths Benefits Frequently Asked Questions Intern Program More Info FAQs Help People in Need Reports and Publications Freedom of Information Act Contact Us Directions Site Map Beaufort 843 987 9200 About Us What We Do Who We Are Board of Directors Board Members Board Meeting Schedule Board Meeting Agenda Minutes News Releases Critical Customer Program Awards Videos Value of Water Campaign Critical Customer Program BJWSA has established a system to notify customers with certain serious medical conditions about scheduled water shutdowns To qualify your

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  • Awards - Beaufort Jasper Water and Sewer Authority
    and environmental endeavors It represents AMWA s highest honor Nationwide only nine utilities received the award AMWA Platinum Award for Competitiveness Achievement as one of nine public utilities recognized nationwide for efficiency cost of operations and quality of service Government Finance Officers Association GFOA Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting 2004 2014 For publishing an easily readable and efficiently organized comprehensive annual financial report that satisfies both generally accepted accounting principles and applicable legal requirements SCDHEC Facility Excellence Award for excellence in operations maintenance capital improvements rehabilitation and replacement planning and fiscal strength Cherry Point Wastewater Treatment Plant 2006 2015 Hardeeville Wastewater Treatment Plant 2006 2015 Laurel Bay Wastewater Treatment Plant 2008 2015 MCAS Wastewater Treatment Plant 2008 2013 Palmetto Bluff Wastewater Treatment Plant 2006 2015 Palm Key Wastewater Treatment Plant 2007 2015 Parris Island Wastewater Treatment Plant 2008 2014 Point South Wastewater Treatment Plant 2006 2015 Port Royal Water Reclamation Facility 2006 2015 St Helena Wastewater Treatment Plant 2006 2015 Area Wide Optimization Program AWOP Award for optimizing water treatment beyond what is required by regulations specifically particle removal and disinfection Chelsea Water Treatment Plant 2003 2015 Purrysburg Water Treatment Plant 2005 2015 Sanitary Survey is a DHEC evaluation of the entire water system including treatment plants wells tank sites booster pump stations and distribution system operation Chelsea Water Treatment Plant No deficiencies 2004 2014 Purrysburg Water Treatment Plant No deficiencies 2005 2014 NACWA National Association of Clean Water Agencies Peak Performance Award for the outstanding compliance with National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit limits throughout the year Cherry Point Wastewater Treatment Plant Gold 2005 2008 2010 2012 2014 Silver 2006 2007 2011 2013 Hardeeville Wastewater Treatment Plant Gold 2009 2010 2012 2014 Silver 2006 2008 2011 LB Wastewater Treatment Plant Gold 20 08 2010 2012 Silver

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  • BJWSA Water Resources Videos
    Job Opportunities Career Paths Benefits Frequently Asked Questions Intern Program More Info Frequently Asked Questions Help People in Need Reports and Publications Freedom of Information Act Contact Us Directions Site Map Skip to Content Pay Your Bill Online Contact Us Beaufort Jasper Water Sewer Authority Home Customers Start Services Your Account Pay Your Bill Understanding Your Bill Rates Meters Residential Availability Report a Problem Contact Us Military Bases Developers Doing Business with Us Water and Sewer Availability Fees Development Policy Procedure Manual Technical Specifications Vendors Doing Business with Us Registration Suppliers Selection Policies Current Bid Opportunities Deliveries Water Quality Treatment Storage Delivery Supply Wise Water Use Known Water Outages Wastewater Collection Treatment Recycling About Us What We Do Who We Are Board of Directors News Releases Critical Customer Program Awards Videos Value of Water Campaign Employment Job Opportunities Career Paths Benefits Frequently Asked Questions Intern Program More Info FAQs Help People in Need Reports and Publications Freedom of Information Act Contact Us Directions Site Map Beaufort 843 987 9200 About Us What We Do Who We Are Board of Directors Board Members Board Meeting Schedule Board Meeting Agenda Minutes News Releases Critical Customer Program Awards Videos Value of Water Campaign

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  • Job Opportunities - Beaufort Jasper Water and Sewer Authority
    Benefits Frequently Asked Questions Intern Program More Info FAQs Help People in Need Reports and Publications Freedom of Information Act Contact Us Directions Site Map Beaufort 843 987 9200 Employment Career Paths Benefits FAQ Intern Program Job Opportunities As a dynamic organization BJWSA looks for talented energetic and committed employees We offer competitive compensation comprehensive benefits and opportunities for training and career development BJWSA is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer and actively promotes a diverse and drug free workplace EEO Policy Statement 2015 Beaufort Jasper Water and Sewer Authority considers applicants for all positions without regard to race color religion gender genetic information national origin citizenship age veteran status disability marital status sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by law BJWSA is committed to the principles of diversity in employment and to creating a stimulating learning environment for its diverse workforce Ethnic minorities women veterans and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply Equal access to programs services and employment is available to all persons Those applicants requiring reasonable accommodation to their application and or interview process should notify the Human Resources Department Download the Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law poster Only U S citizens or those who have legal status to work in the U S are eligible for employment Current Job Openings There are no openings at this time Thank you HOW TO APPLY Review the Job Posting carefully and make sure you understand the job requirements and the process for submitting an Employment Application Complete an Employment Application form click on link below The Employment Application includes an EEO Self Identification Form You may elect to NOT DISCLOSE this information but it should be noted and included as part of the formal application Attach your resume if you have one to the completed

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  • Career Paths - Beaufort Jasper Water and Sewer Authority
    functions The role of the financial employee is changing in response to technological advances that have reduced the amount of time it takes to produce financial reports significantly They now perform more data analysis and use it to offer business leaders ideas on how to maximize financial strength Purchasing obtains the highest quality merchandise at the lowest possible cost for their employer They determine which commodities or services are best choose the suppliers of the product or service negotiate the lowest price and award contracts that ensure the correct amount is received at the appropriate time Warehouse employees provide a link between manufacturers and the workforce They pick up transport store and sometimes deliver a variety of equipment parts supplies and other necessary goods They are responsible for logistical services including inventory control and management order entry and fulfillment labeling light assembly and computerized inventory information Financial employees work in comfortable offices often close to top managers and with departments that develop financial data They typically have access to state of the art computer systems and information services They commonly work long hours often 50 to 60 hours per week Purchasing employees work in similar conditions and often under great pressure They usually work more than 40 hours per week because of business deadlines Warehouse employees usually work indoors though they may do occasional work on forklifts outside They average over 40 hours per week and on some occasions exert heavy lifting and other physical labor Back to top Human Resources Safety Every business regardless of its size must concern itself with basic people related issues such as safety benefits compensation recruitment retention discipline performance and relationships Many times these businesses are of a size to restrict close contact between owners or top management and employees so Human Resources and Safety professionals provide that link Human Resources oversees the hiring and separation of employees investigates and resolves employee concerns handles the company s employee benefit program ensures fair and equitable pay rates develops personnel programs and policies and a myriad of related functions Safety promotes occupational health and safety within businesses by developing safer healthier and more efficient ways of work They help keep the workforce safe and workers unscathed They analyze work environments and design programs to control eliminate and prevent disease or injury If an incident occurs they help investigate unsafe working conditions study possible causes and recommend remedial action Both the safety and human resources professionals juggle these tasks and increasingly consult top management regarding strategic planning They have moved from behind the scenes staff work to leading the company in suggesting and changing policies Human Resources work usually takes place in a clean pleasant and comfortable office setting The normal work week is 40 hours per week but may extend in some instances And some travel may be required Safety jobs often involve considerable fieldwork and some travel The normal work week is often long and may include irregular hours They may experience unpleasant stressful and

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  • Employee Benefits - Beaufort Jasper Water and Sewer Authority
    Program Employee Benefits Summary of Benefits As of January 1 2015 ANNUAL VACATION LEAVE 0 thru 59 months 10 days per year 5 thru 9 years 15 days per year 10 thru 14 years 17 days per year 15 thru 19 years 19 days per year 20 thru 24 years 21 days per year 25 years 23 days per year All employees can carry over from one calendar year to the next as follows 0 59 months of service 240 hours carryover 5 years of service 360 hours carryover ANNUAL SICK LEAVE Earn 12 days per year all employees can carry over from one calendar year to the next 880 hours paid 20 of all hours over 880 each calendar year BEREAVEMENT LEAVE Twenty four 24 hours per calendar year no annual carryover provision not charged to accrued leave balance HOLIDAYS TOTAL of 11 holidays New Years Day Martin Luther King Day Good Friday Memorial Day July 4th Labor Day Thanksgiving Day Day after Thanksgiving Christmas Eve Christmas Day one 1 employee discretionary day UNIFORMS Uniforms and cleaning provided for designated positions BASIC LIFE INSURANCE 3000 no cost to employee less than 70 yrs old 1500 no cost to employee 70 yrs old Available to those covered under health and or dental OPTIONAL LIFE INSURANCE Up to 500 000 coverage Premium based on age and coverage level Paid by employee DEPENDENT LIFE INSURANCE SPOUSE Up to 100 000 coverage Premium based on employee s age paid by employee DEPENDENT LIFE INSURANCE CHILD 15 000 coverage on each child 1 24 mos regardless of number of children Paid by employee LONG TERM CARE INSURANCE Aides in cost of nursing or similar care Paid by employee WORKER S COMP INSURANCE Provided by BJWSA through State Accident Fund BASIC LONG TERM DISABILITY 90 day waiting period 62 5 of gross adjusted wages premium paid by BJWSA Available to those covered under the State Health Plan SUPPLEMENTAL LONG TERM DISABILITY 65 of gross adjusted wages 90 or 180 waiting period premium paid by employee AFLAC INSURANCE Various types of voluntary policies paid by employee via payroll deduction EYEMED VISION CARE The state of South Carolina offers affordable supplemental vision care insurance paid by employee via payroll deduction IMMUNIZATIONS Provided paid by BJWSA voluntary Flu Tetanus Hepatitis B YMCA OMNI MEMBERSHIP No initial joining fee Monthly dues paid by employee via payroll deduction HEALTH SCREENING Provided annually voluntary basic screening components paid by BJWSA HEALTH INSURANCE PLAN Standard Plan Monthly Cost to Employee Emp Only 75 00 Emp Spouse 230 68 Emp Children 121 18 Family 283 88 Premiums may be pre taxed annual deductible 445 ea or 890 family Coverage 80 of allowable charges 31 day supply prescriptions 9 generic 38 preferred 63 non preferred PLAN Health Savings Plan Monthly Cost to Employee Emp Only 9 70 Emp Spouse 75 00 Emp Children 20 48 Family 90 32 Premiums are pre taxed annual deductible 3600 ea or 7200 family no per occurrence deductible Coverage

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