Paul J. Jackson

Paul J. JacksonEXPERIENCE
 With more than 23 years of experience, Paul has an extensive background in virtually all water and wastewater system operations, with hands-on skills in trouble shooting and problem resolution of most water/wastewater related issues. He has a thorough understanding of supervisory principles and practices, preventive and predictive maintenance of water and wastewater treatment equipment and facilities. Presently, Paul is responsible for client relations, contract negotiation, due diligence of plants, and process control development for water distribution systems.

Throughout the years, Paul has developed expertise in the areas of process control measures and implementation for optimized plan performance; budget development and financial management; financial planning; cost control measures; due diligence of plants; strategic planning; staff hiring, training supervision, evaluation, and motivation; extensive computer knowledge; capital equipment acquisitions; client relations; contract negotiations; and knowledge of all State, Federal, and OSHA Regulations pertaining to Water/Wastewater. His previous experience included:

WATER TREATMENT PLANTS & DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS

  • Jackson Water Dept. – Water Treatment Plant and Distribution System
  • St. Stephens Water – Well and Distribution System
  • McVay Water – Distribution System
  • Hale County Water – Wells and Distribution System
  • City of Marion – Water Treatment Plant and Distribution
  • City of Demopolis – Wells and Distribution System
  • Five Star Project – Water Treatment Plant
  • Perry County Water – Well and Distribution System
  • North Choctaw Water – Well and Distribution System
  • Dallas County Water – Wells and Distribution System

WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS AND COLLECTION SYSTEMS

  • Jackson Sewer Dept. – Lagoon System
  • City of Demopolis – Wastewater Treatment Plant and Collection System
  • Perry County Water – Backwash Lagoon System
  • Dallas County Sewer – Wastewater Treatment Plant and Collection System
  • North Choctaw Sewer – Lagoon System

EDUCATION:

  • 1997 Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science; LaSalle University
  • 1995 Water Program: California State University
  • 1991 Technical Assistance Program: Shelton State Community College

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS:

  • Alabama, Mississippi & Tennessee
  • Grade IV Water
  • Grade II Wastewater

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:

  • Member of Alabama and Mississippi Rural Water Association
  • American Water Works Association (AWWA)

AWARDS:

  • Alabama Rural Water Association: Operator of the Year, 1994
  • Hale County Water Authority: Outstanding Leadership & Management, 2004
  • Dallas County Water Authority: Outstanding Service, 2006
  • Alabama Rural Water Association: Recognition of Excellence, 2006
  • Leaders Code, 2011