CTUB Job Posting: Utility Accounting Clerk

CTUB is looking for a highly motivated and energetic utility accounting clerk. Responsible for accurate utility billing information and related matters; processes and maintains water/sewer utility accounts and transactions; accesses utility billing paperwork and computer database for customer billing records; processes and maintains accounts receivable; late notices; terminations and debt collection; first point of contact for phone calls. Provides clerical support for the Utility Management Team and other departments as necessary.

Must have extensive knowledge of Microsoft Office and excellent computer skills; experience in utility billing is a plus.  Minimum of a high school diploma or GED, but additional business education is preferred. Compensation determined by qualifications, experience and education. 

Please send resume to Charles Town Utility Board, 661 South George Street, Charles Town; or e-mail to astottlemyer@ctubwv.com or fax to 304-725-7150.  Resumes will be accepted until close of business on November 24, 2021.  A complete description of job duties and qualifications is available here.

Charles Town Utility Board is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Water Operator of the Year Award

At a recent employee picnic of the Charles Town Utility Board, Chief Water Operator, Chris Hutzler, received a prestigious award presented by the West Virginia Section of the American Water Works Association. Chris had the honor of receiving the 2021 Perkins Boynton Award for Large Systems in recognition of outstanding water treatment plant operator performance. With over 25 years of water treatment experience, Chris is a great asset to the Charles Town Utility Board.

Pictured here is CTUB employee, Chris Hutzler and the Mayor of Charles Town, Bob Trainor.

Tree Planting at Evitts Run Park

The Charles Town Utility Board was chosen by the City of Charles Town Tree Board to participate in the City’s second “Social Distancing Tree Planting” event this week. The City of Charles Town Tree Board received a grant through Cacapon Institute’s CommuniTree program to plant 16 trees this Spring at Evitts Run Park. Charles Town Utility Board staff members were happy to support this great source water protection activity. #HistoricallyHIP #socialdistancetree #canyoudigit