"Select Society of Sanitary Sludge Shovelers"

The honor of induction into the "5 S" society is bestowed on members who contribute outstanding service to the success and progress of their associations by a vote of current members of the NWEA Select Society of Sanitary Sludge Shovelers.

New members receive the accolade of "elevation on the official shovel to the highest ridge on the sludge bed, with the title of Select Sludge Shoveler and all the honor, atmosphere, prerequisites, and dignity pertaining thereto."

NWEA Select Society of 
Sanitary Sludge Shovelers (Year)

Bates, Bruce 1998
Condon, Jim 1998
Crisler, Steve 1998
Dabbs, Joe 1998
Dobscha, Dave 1998
Dostal, Glen 1998
Ford, John 1998
Hirschbrunner, Dennis 1998
Jacobson, Dale 1998
Leigh, Deb 1998
Meisinger, Dave 1998
Ringenberg, Jay 1998
Sell, Jim 1998
Dahab, Mohamed 1999
Eggert, John 1999
Franklin, Pat 1999
Hillrichs, Don 1999
Kottwitz, Daryl 1999
Paulsen, Lori 1999
Alexander, Kathleen 2000
Helgoth, Roger 2000
Plummer, Chuck 2000
Bilek, Tony 2001
Sibert, Rick 2001
Sova, Ron 2001
Sprague, Scott 2001
Badger, Ralph 2002
Boling, Todd 2002
Gidley, Bill 2002
Jackman, Norm 2002
Trout, Paul 2003
Arends, Mike 2004
Pierce, Rob 2004
Christensen, Lyle 2005
Pfeffer, Kirk 2005
Miller, Tom 2006
Thomerson, Chuck 2006
Bakke, Brian 2007
Berggren, Eric 2007
Garton, Lynn 2007
Johnson, Chris 2007
Scarpello, Fred 2008
Sukup, Todd 2008
Brandt, Gary 2010
Stejskal, Jim 2010
Milius, Mike 2010
Winkler, Roger 2010
Kontor, Keith 2011
Mahony, Jim 2011
Aurit, Scott 2012
Bottorff, Ron 2013
 Protzman, Roger 2014
 Harger, Jon 2015
 Sykora, David 2016


Job Postings


CityLogoState Golden Field

invites applications for the position of: 

Wastewater Maintenance Worker

SALARY: Starting - $2,650/month

Apply at:

Office, 309 North 5th Street, Norfolk

CLOSING DATE: Wednesday, april 5, 2017
4:30 pm

A Nebraska Grade 2 Wastewater Certification or higher is preferred. However, if qualified applicant does not have, applicant must obtain a minimum Nebraska Grade 2 Wastewater Certification within 2 years, at which time advancement to Operator status may be available. Must have a valid driver's license, and be able to obtain a Class “A” CDL license. Skills in electrical, mechanical, welding, and plumbing are beneficial. Will be trained to operate and perform routine maintenance on wastewater and transfer station equipment and buildings. Computer knowledge  using Word and Excel are also beneficial. The scheduled work rotation includes occasional weekend work and once per month on-call time. Must reside within a 30-minute response time.

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