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Posting May 5, 2016
System Name: City of Waterford
Position Title: Wastewater Operator I/II
Contact Name: Matt Erickson
Contact Email: merickson@cityofwaterford.org
Salary Range:
      Operator I = $3,228.52-$3,963.78 (3.2% COLA 7/1/16)
      Operator II =$3,712.71-$4,558.23 (3.2% COLA 7/1/16) + $125.00 Monthly Operator Certificate Stipend<br>
Benefits:
     • Participation in the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS 2.5% @ 55) for Classic Members with 8% Employee Contribution.
     • New Member Participation in the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS 2% @ 62) with 6.25% Employee Contribution.
     • Medical, Dental, Vision & Life Insurance with 8% Employee Contribution. (Current cost of employee contribution for Anthem BC HMO under a family plan is $102.05 monthly).
     • A11 Paid Holidays, with 1 Floating Holiday.
     • Full-time employees accumulate 80 hours of vacation per year increasing to a maximum of 160 hours based on years of service.
     • Deferred Compensation plan 457-Employee Funded.
     • Employee Assistance Program.

This classification is assigned to the miscellaneous bargaining unit for labor relations purposes and is subject to overtime, callback and standby assignments. All employees serve a one-year probationary period.

At a minimum, this position requires possession of a California State Water Resources Control Board Wastewater Treatment Operator Grade I license and High School Diploma or equivalent. Additionally, possession of an appropriate, valid California Driver’s License at the time of appointment, to be maintained as a condition of continued employment. See job announcement on our website at www.cityofwaterford.org for education and experience requirements.

APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS:
     1. Complete a standard application for employment form.
     2. Attach current DMV printout.
     3. Attach copy of California State Water Resources Control Board Wastewater Treatment Operator Grade I license.
     4. Applications will be reviewed for possession of the minimum qualifications.
     5. Candidates who participate in the oral examination and receive a score of 70% or more will be referred to the department Director for appointment consideration.

FINAL FILING DATE: Open until filled

 

Posting April 27, 2016
System Name: Inverness Public Utility District
Position Title: General Manager
Contact Name: Scott McMorrow
Contact Email: ipud@horizoncable.com
Salary Range: Salary negotiable DOQ

Job Description:
Inverness Public Utility District has an opening for the position of General Manager. The successful candidate will be responsible for the overall management and administration of the District and its water system and fire department. This individual must be self-starting, motivated, and willing to work hands-on.

Required skills: budgeting experience, customer service expertise, supervisory experience, excellent written and verbal communication skills. The position involves working with a 5-member elected governing board, and involves working with QuickBooks, Word and Excel. Duties include personnel management, public relations, planning and forecasting, Board/Committee support, administrative services, office management, water system capital projects management, and acting as liaison with other agencies and vendors. Training will be provided. This is a salaried position with medical and retirement benefits. Salary negotiable DOQ.

The Inverness Public Utility District (IPUD) provides fire protection and municipal water service to the unincorporated community of Inverness, California.

To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and three references. Mail application materials to:
   IPUD Job Search
   P.O. Box 469
   Inverness, CA 94937

Email applications will be accepted at ipud@horizoncable.com.

 

Posting April 26, 2016
System Name: City of Dunsmuir
Position Title: Utility Maintenance Operator-In-Training (Wastewater Treatment Plant)
Contact Name:
Contact Email:
Salary Range: $14.49 per hour

Job Description:
The City of Dunsmuir CA has an opening for a Utility Maintenance Operator-In-Training (Wastewater Treatment Plant) employee. Under the direct supervision of the Utility Maintenance Supervisor, performs semi-skilled and skilled duties involved in the operation and maintenance of the Wastewater Treatment Facility; and performs a variety of related work which could include operation and maintenance with the water system.

The deadline for application is: open until filled (first review of applications will be May 9, 2016). Starting pay is: $14.49 per hour. For more information visit the city’s website: www.ci.dunsmuir.ca.us. Our mailing address for applications is:
   City of Dunsmuir, ATTN: City Manager
   5915 Dunsmuir Ave.
   Dunsmuir, CA 96025

No applications will be accepted via email.

 

Posting April 20, 2016
System Name: Santa Clara County Parks and Recreation Department
Position Title: Environmental Health and Safety Compliance Specialist - Water Systems Advisor
Contact Name: Josie Ruddach
Contact Email: josie.ruddach@prk.sccgov.org
Salary Range: $101,890.88 - $123,868.16 Annual Salary

Job Description:
The Environmental Health and Safety Compliance Specialist in the Department of Parks and Recreation for Santa Clara County is responsible for advising on hazardous materials management and insuring that the park facilities comply with all appropriate State and Federal regulations, environmental compliance and permitting, hazardous waste management, development and implementation of remediation plans on park property, land acquisition environmental site assessment, and inspections of various water systems located on all parks property.

Please see www.sccjobs.org for the complete job description, typical task, knowledge and employment standards required to apply.

Only online applications will be accepted and you must use the www.sccjobs.org site to apply for the position or go directly to 70 W. Hedding Street, 8th Floor, East Wing, San Jose CA 95110 where you can apply online as well.

 

Posting April 12, 2016
Waste Water Treatment Plant Operator–Grade III - Ione, CA
Contact Website: www.percwater.com
Contact Email: employment@percwater.com
Salary Range: $24-$28 per hour DOE. Employee sponsored medical, dental, vision, life and LTD insurance; Paid Vacation, Holiday and Sick Time. Company sponsored 401k Plan with matching

Job Objective:
Reporting directly to Plant Operations Manager, the Grade III Operator has responsibility for assisting in the successful operation and maintenance of the City of Ione’s Wastewater Treatment Plant System, Castle Oaks Water Recycling Facility and equipment

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Perform equipment operation and maintenance
  • Perform treatment plant rounds including inspecting, monitoring and documenting plant operations
  • Troubleshoot process and equipment problems
  • Operate, inspect and service lift stations
  • Analyze lab tests
  • Interpret and report data
  • Operate valves and equipment
  • Read and install meters
  • Communicate any problems/issues to supervisor
  • Perform weed abatement by spraying and or manual removal as needed
  • Housekeeping duties on plant grounds lift stations, and office buildings
  • Promote and adhere to PERC’s written corporate Safety program
  • All other tasks as assigned by Operations Manager
  • Maintain acceptable attendance per PERC standards

Company Overview:
PERC Water Corporation is a privately owned water recycling company focused on returning water to nature. We seek to hire productive workers and innovative thinkers for all positions within the company. PERC encourages all employees to take ownership of the processes they are part of and responsible for. We design, build, operate and manage water recycling facilities throughout the United States, are committed to producing water of the highest quality, and guarantee the risks associated with water recycling for every client. Company Website: www.percwater.com

To Apply: E-mail resume and water certificates to: employment@percwater.com

No Phone calls or Recruiters please. Applicants without the required SWRCB Certification cannot be considered

Employment offers are contingent upon the successful completion of a background check and passing a pre-employment drug and alcohol screen. Must have a valid CA Driver’s License and be able to provide proof of insurance.

 

Posting April 12, 2016
Vegetation Management (Brush and Weed Control Specialist Series) - Placer County Water Agency
Contact Name: Nicole Skarda
Contact Email: nskarda@pcwa.net
Salary Range: $44,485 to $64,162 annually, DOQ, plus excellent benefits

Job Description:
JOIN OUR OUTSTANDING TEAM OF PROFESSIONALS!
Placer County Water Agency encompasses the entire, 1,500-square-mile boundary of Placer County, ranging from the rim of the Sacramento Valley on the west to the Sierra Nevada and Lake Tahoe on the east. The Agency is headquartered in Auburn and carries out a broad range of responsibilities including water resource planning and management, retail and wholesale supply of irrigation water and drinking water, production of hydroelectric power and watershed stewardship across Placer County. We are seeking talented candidates to join our team for the position of:

VEGETATION MANAGEMENT
(BRUSH AND WEED CONTROL SPECIALIST SERIES)
PCWA is seeking an engaged individual to join its field maintenance efforts to maintain the Agency’s canals and related facilities by controlling weed and brush and treating canals. Positions will be filled at the Brush and Weed Control Specialist I or II or Senior Brush and Weed Control Specialist level. The ideal candidate will possess increasingly responsible experience performing vegetation management activities inclusive of applying, storing and maintaining various pesticides, herbicides and algaecides and operating related equipment in the course of such duties. Possession of the following may be required based on position level: a valid California Class A driver’s license with a tanker endorsement, current California Qualified Applicator certification, and a valid California Department of Public Health Water Treatment Operators Certificate and/or Water Distribution Operators Certificate, Grade 1 (or higher). Visit our website for detailed recruitment information and to complete the on-line application: www.pcwa.net

Applications must be received on/before Friday, April 29, 2016.

PCWA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Posting April 8, 2016
Water/Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator/Technician - Idyllwild Water District
Contact Name: Tom Lynch
Contact Email: tom@idyllwildwater.com
Salary Range: $20.85 to $26.81 per hour (salary level under review), plus excellent retirement program (457 plan), life insurance and fully paid medical, dental and vision benefit package.

Job Description: Under supervision of wastewater department supervisor, operates the District’s wastewater treatment plant and collection system; to perform a wide variety of water and wastewater treatment operations and maintenance duties; and do related work as required.

  • Examples of Duties - Monitors the operations of District water and wastewater treatment and disposal facilities for proper performance and safe functioning.
  • Laboratory tests - 30 min settable solids; pH; temperature of water samples; suspended solids; MLSS and MLVSS; fill out necessary logs and input information into the computer; know the location of all sample points for wastewater sampling; microscopic slides of wastewater).
  • Plant Operations - Knowledge of location of valves, understand flows inside the plant, take D.O. readings and fill out reports, adjust air only under supervision; name and understand the major plant components; be able to reset all equipment and restart the plants after a power failure; fill the plant basins from the E.Q. tanks, influent pump station or with effluent; take air compressor and manometer readings; read meters and fill out the necessary logs; follow mandated protocol for reporting spills or sanitary overflows; report malfunctioning plant equipment to supervisor; fill out work orders and purchase orders; read and understand pump curves; clean digester, reaeration and clarifier basins as necessary; follow all safety requirements; adjust air volumes from air compressors; adjust return activated sludge flows; participate in plant operating decisions; check performance of equipment and perform repairs with little or no supervision; read maps of the plant; know the effluent requirements from the plant; enter FM and MCRT reports into the computer; know all safety aspects of job requirements. Operate a vehicle to travel to disposal areas and other facilities for inspection and maintenance work; perform on-call and emergency work assignments.
  • Sludge disposal - Transfer sludge as required under supervision; haul and unload sludge to disposal site; decant digester as necessary; operate all equipment needed to load sludge truck; operate sludge processing equipment; inspection of sludge disposal site; report problems to supervisor; know general quantities of sludge transported and the locations; know the sludge rules governing the sludge disposal site.
  • Spray field - Location of valves from ponds to spray field; setup of sprinklers or ponds as necessary; maintenance of spray field and equipment; operation of tractor for disking; location of non-potable pumps and operation; inspection of spray fields; reporting of problems to supervisor; know the effluent requirement to the ponds and spray field; know the requirements regarding operation of the sprinkler system.
  • Collection system - Respond to alarms and emergency problems in the collection system while on call; notify supervisor of all problems; if a spill occurs notify the appropriate agencies; make appropriate repairs to collection system to prevent spills; qualified personnel shall do all electrical repairs only; call the appropriate people to make repairs if you are not qualified; operation of on-site generators and electrical control panels; operate and maintain the wastewater treatment system and collections system; check performance and assist in the repair and maintenance of equipment such as pumps, motors, switch gear, controls, meters, and air compressors; clean and maintain the appearance of plant equipment, buildings, lift stations, and vehicles; collect samples and run required laboratory tests; maintain logs and records of laboratory testing, equipment history, operations and maintenance.
  • General Requirements - Requires a knowledge of methods, materials, procedures and equipment used in water and wastewater treatment and disposal operations; maintenance, repair and adjustment of water and wastewater treatment equipment; laws, codes, rules and regulations pertaining to water and wastewater treatment and disposal; sample collection and basic laboratory procedures; plant measurement and recording equipment; and proper work safety standards. Know and recognize confined spaces and their entry procedures. Requires an ability to perform a variety of operations and maintenance assignments at a water and wastewater treatment plant, including an understanding of plant drawings and diagrams. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships.
Typical Physical Activities:
  • Operates District vehicles in traveling between shop, plant and disposal facilities; must be able to carry, push, pull, reach and lift equipment and parts weighing up to 50 lbs.; stoops, kneels, crouches, crawls and climbs during plant maintenance, construction and repair work; works in an environment with exposure to dust, dirt, chemicals and significant temperature changes between cold and heat; communicates orally with District personnel; uses a telephone; stands and walks for extended time periods; hearing and vision must be within normal ranges.
    Qualifications:
  • -Graduation from high school.
  • -Possession of a Grade I or Grade II Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator’s certificate and at least two years of responsible experience in the operation, maintenance and repair of water and wastewater treatment facilities; sufficient training and experience to obtain a Grade II wastewater treatment operator certification issued by the State Water Quality Control Board within twelve months of appointment.
  • -Additional water certifications with a D2 and T2 is highly desirable.
Special Requirements:
  • -Possession of an appropriate California operators license issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles.
  • -Possession and proof of a good driving record as evidenced by freedom from multiple or serious traffic violations. The driving record will not contribute to an increase in the District’s automobile insurance rates.
  • -Valid California Class "B" driver’s license within six (6) months of appointment.

If interested, please send resume and copies of your certifications to tom@idyllwildwater.com. Idyllwild Water District is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

Posting April 8, 2016
Water/Wastewater Treatment Plant Supervisor - Idyllwild Water District
Contact Name: Tom Lynch
Contact Email: tom@idyllwildwater.com
Salary Range: $26.99 to $33.89 per hour (salary level under review), plus excellent retirement and medical benefit package.

Job Description: Under general management, operates the District’s wastewater treatment plant and collection system; to perform a wide variety of water and wastewater treatment operations and maintenance duties; oversees staff, and do related work as required.

  • Examples of Duties - Monitors the operations of District water and wastewater treatment and disposal facilities for proper performance and safe functioning.
  • Laboratory tests - 30 min settable solids; pH; temperature of water samples; suspended solids; MLSS and MLVSS; fill out necessary logs and input information into the computer; know the location of all sample points for wastewater sampling; microscopic slides of wastewater).
  • Plant Operations - Knowledge of location of valves, understand flows inside the plant, take D.O. readings and fill out reports, adjust air only; name and understand the major plant components; be able to reset all equipment and restart the plants after a power failure; fill the plant basins from the E.Q. tanks, influent pump station or with effluent; take air compressor and manometer readings; read meters and fill out the necessary logs; follow mandated protocol for reporting spills or sanitary overflows; report malfunctioning plant equipment to supervisor; fill out work orders and purchase orders; read and understand pump curves; clean digester, reaeration and clarifier basins as necessary; follow all safety requirements; adjust air volumes from air compressors; adjust return activated sludge flows; participate in plant operating decisions; check performance of equipment and perform repairs with; read maps of the plant; know the effluent requirements from the plant; enter FM and MCRT reports into the computer; know all safety aspects of job requirements. Operate a vehicle to travel to disposal areas and other facilities for inspection and maintenance work; perform on-call and emergency work assignments.
  • Sludge disposal - Transfer sludge as required; haul and unload sludge to disposal site; decant digester as necessary; operate all equipment needed to load sludge truck; operate sludge processing equipment; inspection of sludge disposal site; report problems to management; know general quantities of sludge transported and the locations; know the sludge rules governing the sludge disposal site.
  • Spray field - Location of valves from ponds to spray field; setup of sprinklers or ponds as necessary; maintenance of spray field and equipment; operation of tractor for disking; location of non-potable pumps and operation; inspection of spray fields; know the effluent requirement to the ponds and spray field; know the requirements regarding operation of the effluent sprinkler system.
  • Collection system - Respond to alarms and emergency problems in the collection system while on call; keep a log of all problems; if a spill occurs notify the appropriate agencies; make appropriate repairs to collection system to prevent spills; qualified personnel shall do all electrical repairs only; call the appropriate people to make repairs if you are not qualified; operation of on-site generators and electrical control panels; operate and maintain the wastewater treatment system and collections system; check performance and assist in the repair and maintenance of equipment such as pumps, motors, switch gear, controls, meters, and air compressors; clean and maintain the appearance of plant equipment, buildings, lift stations, and vehicles; collect samples and run required laboratory tests; maintain logs and records of laboratory testing, equipment history, and operations and maintenance.
  • General Requirements - Requires a knowledge of methods, materials, procedures and equipment used in water and wastewater treatment and disposal operations; maintenance, repair and adjustment of water and wastewater treatment equipment; laws, codes, rules and regulations pertaining to water and wastewater treatment and disposal; sample collection and basic laboratory procedures; plant measurement and recording equipment; and proper work safety standards. Know and recognize confined spaces and their entry procedures. Requires an ability to perform a variety of operations and maintenance assignments at a water and wastewater treatment plant, including an understanding of plant drawings and diagrams. Oversee and train subordinate staff. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with all District staff.
Typical Physical Activities:
  • Operates District vehicles in traveling between shop, plant and disposal facilities; must be able to carry, push, pull, reach and lift equipment and parts weighing up to 50 lbs.; stoops, kneels, crouches, crawls and climbs during plant maintenance, construction and repair work; works in an environment with exposure to dust, dirt, chemicals and significant temperature changes between cold and heat; communicates orally with District personnel; uses a telephone and radio for communications; stands and walks for extended time periods; hearing and vision must be within normal ranges.
Qualifications:
  • -Graduation from high school.
  • -Possession of a Grade III Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator’s certificate issued by the State of California, and at least two years of responsible supervisory experience in the operation, maintenance and repair of water and wastewater treatment facilities.
  • -Additional water certifications with a D2 and T2 are highly desirable.
Special Requirements:
  • -Possession of an appropriate California operators license issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles.
  • -Possession and proof of a good driving record as evidenced by freedom from multiple or serious traffic violations. The driving record will not contribute to an increase in the District’s automobile insurance rates.
  • -Valid California Class "B" driver’s license within six (6) months of appointment.

If interested, please send resume and copies of your certifications to tom@idyllwildwater.com. Idyllwild Water District is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

Posting April 5, 2016
Water Distribution System Supervisor - City of San Luis Obispo
Contact Name: Michelle Bulow
Contact Email: mbulow@slocity.org

Job Description:
The Utilities Department is looking for the ideal candidate to join and enhance its water management team.

Do you possess a relentless service ethic and a high-level of personal accountability? Do you get excited about the prospect of growing and motivating your employees? Are you someone who wants to be part of the team to take our community’s water resources into the future?

If you have the right experience and the desire to be part of a dynamic team of water quality professionals making a difference in the community, consider applying for this challenging position serving the beautiful community of San Luis Obispo.

This mid-management level position is responsible for the oversight, construction, maintenance, and emergency repair of a designated D4 water distribution system and the city’s recycled water distribution system. This includes responsibility for supervising and participating in the daily operation of the water distribution section to meet performance standards, changing conditions, budget preparation, and participation in programs related to water issues on a regional level.

The salary range for this position is $77,142 to $96,408 annually.

For more information about the Utilities Department of San Luis Obispo, visit slowater.org

For a complete job description, list of benefits, and to apply, please visit slocity.org

The final deadline for applications is 5:00 pm on April 7, 2016.

 

Posting April 5, 2016
Wastewater Operator II - City of Exeter
Contact Name: Sandra Guillen
Contact Email: sguillen@exetercityhall.com

Job Description:

Recruitment is open for the position of Wastewater Operator II. Under direction, assists in the operation of a wastewater treatment plant on an assigned shift and performs other related work as required which may be of a limited and temporary nature across department lines.

Salary range: Five-step salary plan ($3928-$4823/Mo).

Requirements: Special Requirements:

Possession of or ability to obtain a valid California driver’s license by time of appointment;

Possession of a Grade II Operator License as required and issued by the State Water Resources Control Board.

First 25 applications will be accepted or recruitment will remain open until 5:00 P.M., April 8, 2016 whichever occurs first (faxed applications not accepted). Apply by completing a City of Exeter Employment Application. The application may be obtained at the City of Exeter Public Works Department, 350 W. Firebaugh Street, Exeter CA 93221. For any further information please contact City of Exeter at (559) 592-3318.

The City of Exeter is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Posting April 5, 2016
Maintenance I - City of Exeter
Contact Name: Sandra Guillen
Contact Email: sguillen@exetercityhall.com

Job Description:

Recruitment is open for the position of Maintenance I. Performs a variety of unskilled, semi-skilled tasks and operates a variety of equipment on an assigned shift. Performs other related work as required which may be of a limited and temporary nature across department lines. Five-step salary plan ($2904-$3567/Mo.): Requires: Graduation from high school or attainment of a G.E.D. Must possess a valid California driver’s license at time of hire and a Class B is desirable. Must show proof of eligibility to work in the United States upon job offer. Must successfully complete job-related physical examination, including drug test, upon job offer. Apply by completing a City of Exeter Employment Application. The application may be obtained at the City of Exeter Public Works Department, 350 W. Firebaugh Street, Exeter CA 93221. For any further information please contact City of Exeter at (559) 592-3318.

The City of Exeter is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Posting April 5, 2016
Field Operations Manager - Redway Community Services District
Contact Name: Debra Evans
E-mail: redwaycsd@gmail.com

Job Description:

The Redway Community Services District, a water and sewer district, is accepting applications for the position of Field Operations Manager. The Operations Manager position reports to the General Manager and is responsible for carrying out District policy and directing field operations for a staff of four. This is an at will position, the position is full time and involves all aspects of field operations for an approximately 750 connection Community Services District. The Redway Community Services District is an equal opportunity employer.

 

Posting April 5, 2016
Water Operator I - Bishop Paiute Tribe Public Utility Department
Contact Name: Lynette Blossom
E-mail: lynette.blossom@bishoppaiute.org

Job Description:

Water Operator I - Public Works Department (Extended)

Regular Full-Time Non-Exempt, Hourly $16.48 - $23.07/Hr. ($34,278.40-$47,985.60 annually) DOQ
Under the supervision of the Public Works Director, the Water Operator I performs a variety of skilled and semi-skilled duties in the operation and maintenance of the Tribal water and sewer systems. The Water Operator I may also be assigned duties as Irrigator and performs semi-skilled construction and maintenance work on a variety of facilities and projects within the jurisdiction of the Public Works Department.

For full position descriptions with all qualification and responsibilites and employment applications please visit the Bishop Paiute Tribe website at www.bishoppaiutetribe.com or contact the HR Office at (760)873-3584.

Employment eligibility criteria for most positions with the Bishop Paiute Tribe include criminal background checks and clearance, valid driver's license and insurability with company insurance, and submit and pass a pre-employment drug screen. Additional requirements may apply to specific positions in accordance with applicable laws, regulations, and funding agency requirements and may include education verification, individual credit checks, TB Test, Physical Examinations, Fit-for-duty Tests, etc. Employment Applications must be completed in full and submitted by the deadline date with appropriate documentation in order to be considered for the position.

Indian Preference: Native American Indian preference shall apply pursuant to the Bishop Tribal Employment Rights Ordinance No. 1992-01 (as amended on June 28, 2012) and the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act (24 U.S.C. 450, et seq,), 25 CFR 271.44 and other relevant laws.

 

Posting April 2, 2016
Membership and Events Coordinator - California Rural Water Association
Contact Name: Michelle MacLellan
Email: mmaclellan@calruralwater.org

Job Description:

The California Rural Water Association (CRWA) is taking applications for a Membership and Events Coordinator.
This position is responsible for coordinating several large conferences and the Association’s annual legislative rally in Washington DC. This position also manages the day-to-day membership services of the Association including monthly billing, daily communications with members, facilitating the publication of the quarterly magazine, marketing of existing membership services and development of new membership services. This position will also serve as secretary to the Board of Directors and will work with the Executive Director and other key Association management personnel. There will be some travel involved both in-state and out-of-state. The Association currently has 1150 utility members across California and is growing.

The ideal candidate will possess excellent written and verbal skills, excellent computer skills, is flexible and a quick learner, enjoys a varied and fast-paced work environment, demonstrates confidence, must be positive and outgoing with an ability to think on their feet and function in a team environment.

Required skills include:
•    above average proficiency with MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Outlook), Adobe In-Design and Photoshop
•    working knowledge of website CMS (preferably Movable Type) for website updates and maintenance
•    strong proofreading skills
•    valid CA Driver License

Education and Experience:
•    BA preferred; Associate’s with a minimum of 4 years related work experience, preferably with a non-profit organization, may substitute.
•    Minimum of 4 years’ experience as a paid events planner, membership and/or marketing position
•    Legislative experience is preferred

This position pays $40-50k DOQ along with full benefits and 401k retirement. Employment is subject to a background check. California Rural Water Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please respond with a resume and a hand-written cover letter (scanned letters are acceptable) to: ddemoss@calruralwater.org and mmaclellan@calruralwater.org.

 
 
 

 

 

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