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Employment Opportunities with ERCPSD

  • All parts of the ERCPSD Employment Application must be completed and submitted to the Human Resources Department by the deadline date indicated in the job advertisement. Incomplete or late applications will prevent further consideration for the current job vacancy.
  • A separate ERCPSD Employment Application must be completed and is required for EACH job opportunity in which you are interested. Attaching a resume is very helpful in the employment process, but does not replace a fully completed application form.
  • ERCPSD Employment Applications will only be accepted during the time when there is an advertised vacancy.
  • Please review the minimum qualifications to ensure you qualify for the vacancy. If you do not meet the basic qualifications, your application will be withdrawn from consideration.
  • Any applicant requiring reasonable accommodations or assistance in the application or interview process should notify the Human Resources Department.
  • Please read each job description below for directions on how to apply.

Positions Available for Hire

Executive Director

The East Richland County Public Service District (“District”) is a special purpose district located in the northeast portion of Richland County. The District is governed by a five (5) member Commission appointed by the Governor of SC upon recommendation of the Richland County Council. The Executive Director reports to the District’s Commission. The District provides wastewater utility services to approximately 17,913 residential accounts and 1,587 commercial accounts. The District’s service territory in northeast Richland County covers approximately 30 square miles. The District owns and operates approximately 350 miles of sewer lines, and the District’s wastewater treatment plant has a rated capacity of 16 MGD. The Executive Director has the responsibility for the management of the District including the administrative, maintenance and treatment departments.

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