Drinking Water Compliance Coordinator- PWBS

PWBS (Paules Wet Side Boiler Service Ltd.)
$49,920 to $58,240 per year depending on experience
April 7, 2023
Hours of Work
  • 40 hours per week
  • 8:00a.m. to 4:30p.m.
  • Overtime as needed


PWBS (Paules Wetside Boiler Services) was established in October 1986 as a family operated business specializing in boiler water treatment. After many years of experience the company was approached to begin installing and maintaining water disinfection systems.

The Drinking Water Compliance Coordinator is responsible for monitoring and scheduling the operation of water treatment systems for rural commercial and public clients on private wells regulated under the Ontario Safe Drinking Water Act. This position involves ensuring compliance with ministry standards, maintaining accurate records, investigating water issues, developing, and maintaining office procedures and performing service calls as required. 
Providing these services to owners and operators of small drinking water systems will result in maintaining safe drinking water and ensures that the client meets regulatory requirements and water sampling schedules. 

The Drinking Water Compliance Coordinator will be supported in keeping abreast of current industry best practices to maintain a current understanding of professional practices, standards, and latest developments. Paules Wetside Boiler Services encourages continuous development and regular Performance Reviews are utilized in the interest of identifying specific individual development needs.  


  • Administer and adjust sampling and maintenance schedule with appropriate frequency and parameters based on engineering evaluations and per strict regulatory obligations. 
  • Review all sample report findings, resolve any quality assurance issues, and effectively communicate to clients and Ministries. 
  • Manage and schedule annual lead sampling program. 
  • Assess internal programs and data management processes to ensure effective organization. 
  • Immediately report adverse drinking water results according to strict protocols and legislative requirements and coordinate resampling. 
  • Prepare and execute required government paperwork dealing with site operations, including adverse forms and year end reports. 
  • Maintain client files, register new sites, and update logs. 
  • Compile and monitor required regulatory documents for sites, understanding the requirements of each site. 


  • Secondary school graduation, supported with a community college diploma or bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science or other related science field is preferred. 
  • Completion of Small Drinking Water Systems Correspondence course is an asset. 
  • Knowledge of the Safe Drinking Water Act, specifically Ontario Regulations 170/03, 319/08 and 243/07 or proficient at learning regulations.  
  • Hold and maintain a Certified Drinking Water Operator Certificate or willing to train. 
  • Demonstrate high competency using Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, and Adobe 
  • Strong attention to detail while analyzing and inputting data from a variety of sources. 
  • Effective written communication skills and ability to write professional reports. 
  • Strong ability to prioritize duties and multitask in a fast-paced environment. 
  • Excellent organization, communication, and project management skills. 
  • Ability to work in a team environment and collaborate effectively and independently. 
  • Display a positive attitude, strong work ethic and diligent at organization in all areas. 
  • Possess a valid class G driver’s license with a clean abstract. 
  • Able to work after/hours weekends as required.


  • Cell phone 
  • Learning and development opportunities 
  • Opportunity for career advancement 
  • Employee benefits after probationary period 
  • Pay commensurate with experience

How to Apply

To apply, please send cover letter, resume and references to Alison Fernandes at alison@pwbs.ca

We thank everyone who expresses interest, however only those considered for an interview will be contacted. 

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