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  • Friday, July 26, 2019 1:07 PM | Melissa Brasfield (Administrator)

    This position is responsible for providing engineering support and analysis for Northern Water and the Sub district, focusing on project operations modeling, water resources planning, and hydrologic modeling.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    • Solves operational problems on projects. Responsible for timely solutions.
    • Assigns and directs work of professional and technical personnel,provide technical guidance and quality control checks.
    • Provides engineering support for Northern Water and Sub district projects,policies, water supply development, water conservation, and drought planning.
    • Conducts operation analyses of project operations using water resource planning models, and work collaboratively with other department staff in preparing models for planning studies and investigations.
    • Conducts hydrologic studies and investigations using existing water resource planning models.
    • Responsible for the development and implementation of software tools to implement complex forecasting, runoff, and demand models, including both surface and groundwater operations models.
    • Provide engineering support for Northern Water and Sub district projects in the areas of water supply planning, water operations, hydrologic forecasting, water resources policy, and water rights analysis.
    • Other duties as assigned.
    Additional information here: http://northernwater.org/sf/docs/default-source/careers/senior-water-resources-engineer.pdf?sfvrsn=a0ac30a6_4


  • Wednesday, July 10, 2019 6:56 AM | Melissa Brasfield (Administrator)

    Principal Accountability
    Reporting to the District Manager, the position manages all financial services including investments, financial accounting reporting, balance sheets, budgets, payroll, purchasing, accounts payable & receivables, tap fees, computer system, human resources, as well as all administrative and office functions for the District.
    Nature and Scope
    The job is performed in a growing resort area that experiences cyclical periods of higher and lower demands on the Water and Sanitation District. There are also several developed areas for which the District provides services. Additionally, a satellite water treatment plant is located in Meridian Lake Park, to assist in meeting the area’s requirements.

    Learn more and apply here.

  • Tuesday, July 09, 2019 9:38 AM | Katie Helm (Administrator)

    $82,000 - $102,000 a year

    Job Description:
    Manages, plans, and directs preventative and corrective maintenance and operations for the District’s potable water distribution and wastewater collection systems; and performs related duties as assigned.
    Essential Functions
     Plans, directs, and manages the day to day operations involving the construction, installation, maintenance and repair of the potable and reclaimed water distribution and wastewater collection systems, including hydrant and air vacuum/air release maintenance, valve operations, leak detection, line location, CCTV and sewer cleaning, and ensuring needed resources are available.
     Spends time in the field with supervisors and operations staff during regular and emergency related duties and is familiar with the teams’ scheduling, routes, job duties and maintenance plans.
     Communicates regularly with field supervisors and District management.
     Participates in the evaluation of water and wastewater service agreement requests and maintains a current database of available water resources.
     Works closely with and reports directly to the General Manager.
     Works closely with District engineer to perform development reviews and draft responses.
     Participates in the capital improvement program for the division. Develops business case analyses for large capital improvements; develops operating strategies to optimize efficiency and develops short- and long-term plans for recommendation to management.
     Coordinates with other agencies regarding regional standards and stays abreast of industry trends and best practices for the operation and maintenance of water distribution and wastewater collection systems.
     Participates in the design and maintenance of water distribution and wastewater collection systems and reviews contract proposals and construction plans, coordinating contract work.
     Develops, prepares, and analyzes the division’s budget, evaluating and monitoring operating costs. Within policy limits, authorizes the purchase of necessary equipment, materials, and supplies.
     Along with the Safety Coordinator, investigates accidents, malfunctions and/or failures within the distribution and/or collection systems, and responds onsite to emergencies.
     Manages staffing requirements for the division; prepares performance evaluations for direct reports; ensures compliance with regulations and personnel policies.
     Submits federally mandated reports in support of permits mandated by the Clean Water Act and Safe Drinking Water Act and coordinates regularly with Pre-Treatment and Environmental Compliance staff.
     Collections System, Operator in Responsible Charge (ORC) meeting Federal, State and Local compliance requirements.
     Possible Water Treatment, Operator in Responsible Charge (ORC) meeting Federal, State and Local compliance.
    CHEROKEE METROPOLITAN DISTRICT
    Internal & External Job Posting
    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
     Knowledge of rules, regulations, policies, and procedures of the Cherokee Metropolitan District and El Paso County regional facilities.
     Knowledge of water model, components and operational characteristics, techniques used in the construction, maintenance and repair of the District's water distribution systems and wastewater collection systems.
     Knowledge of occupational safety regulations, safe work practices and safety equipment related to the work done in the division preferred.
     Knowledge of asset management principles with regard to managing expenses and risk through reducing the probability and consequence of asset failure.
     Ability to coordinate, direct and evaluate the work of subordinates; analyze complex issues and make critical decisions under time constraints; communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, with the public, news media, regulatory agencies and elected officials.
     Develop mathematical models to predict maintenance needs and demands; maintain positive relationships with customers and regulatory agencies; work with other utilities to facilitate the District's objectives; speak in public on technical and regulatory issues; communicate effectively through writing and speech; maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work; meet the public in situations requiring diplomacy and tact; deal constructively with conflict and develop effective resolutions; utilize computer and related software for written communications, data analysis and presentations.
     Skill in using personal computers and software such as Microsoft Word, Excel and Access.
     GIS working knowledge and experience a plus.
     CAD working knowledge and experience a plus.
     Willingness to wear safety equipment such as safety glasses, hard hats, and hearing protection.
    Education and/or Experience and Qualifications (Required)
     Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Engineering, Science, Business Administration, or a closely related field
     Five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in the maintenance and repair of water distribution systems and wastewater collection systems; two (2) years of which was in a supervisory and/or management role.
     Note: An equivalent combination of related training and experience may be considered
     Colorado Certifications:
    o Collections III
    o Distributions III
    o Water Treatment A
     Possess and maintain a valid Colorado driver's license and good driving record. CDL preferred.
     Proof of U.S. Citizenship
    .
    CHEROKEE METROPOLITAN DISTRICT
    Internal & External Job Posting
    Attractive Benefits Package
     100% Employee medical, dental and vision coverage (choice of plans)
     75% Spouse and Dependent medical, dental and vision coverage (choice of plans)
     457 deferred compensation retirement plan with 8% company contribution, no employee match required
     30-day vesting
     10 paid holidays (On-call duties may require work during holidays, with pay)
     Paid vacation and sick leave
    Additional Information
    FLSA Status: Exempt
    Supervisory Classification: Yes
    This job description is not intended to list every function of the position, does not constitute an employment agreement, and is subject to change. It is not intended to limit management’s rights to assign, direct and control the work of employees under their supervision.
    To ensure the safety of the public and reduce the risk for loss, background screenings and pre-employment drug testing are completed on applicants selected for employment. This position is subject to a screening process including but not limited to criminal history search, reference check, degree and employment verification, motor vehicle record check, and/or credit report.
    Interested applicants should submit an application, resume and letter of interest to Human Resources, no later than 5:00pm on the close date. Applications are available online at www.cherokeemetro.org or by contacting the Human Resources Administrator. Applications are also available at the District’s office located at 6250 Palmer Park Blvd. Résumés will not be accepted in lieu of an application and applications submitted via job search websites do not satisfy the requirement to complete the application found at www.cherokeemetro.org.
    The Cherokee Metropolitan District is an Equal Opportunity Employer

    Job Type: Full-time

    Salary: $82,000.00 to $102,000.00 /year

    Experience:

    • Relevant: 5 years (Required)
    • supervisory: 2 years (Required)

    Education:

    • Bachelor's (Required)

    License:

    • Collections III (Required)
    • Water Treatment A (Required)
    • Distributions III (Required)

    Work Location:

    • One location

    Benefits offered:

    • Paid time off
    • Health insurance
    • Dental insurance
    • Healthcare spending or reimbursement accounts such as HSAs or FSAs
    • Other types of insurance
    • Retirement benefits or accounts
    • Education assistance or tuition reimbursement
    • Employee discounts

    5 days ago


  • Sunday, June 30, 2019 10:27 PM | Melissa Brasfield (Administrator)

    The Rocky Mountain Section of the American Water Works Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit scientific and educational membership association dedicated to managing and treating water. Our mission is to provide solutions for the Rocky Mountain region to effectively manage water, the world’s most important resource. We have 2,160 individual members, over 200-member utilities and 40 service providers located in Colorado, Wyoming and New Mexico. We offer a fun work environment in a field that ensures a better world through better water.


    Description of Position: The Membership and Office Associate directly supports a wide range of organizational, administrative, scheduling, communications, bookkeeping and record keeping functions. This position assumes general office administration responsibilities as well supports membership programs and events. The ideal candidate is a self-starter who can work independently, provide excellent customer service and maintain office management systems.

    More information here.

  • Thursday, May 23, 2019 3:45 PM | Melissa Brasfield (Administrator)

    Bancroft-Clover Water and Sanitation District provides treated water and sanitary sewer
    service to homes and businesses in portions of southeastern Lakewood and
    unincorporated Jefferson County.
    Our Seasonal Water Technicians provide essential support to our mission by performing
    general water distribution tasks.
    Primary responsibilities:
    • Install new transceivers (MXU) in water meter pits
    • Exercise water main valves (valve box located in the ground) in residential areas using
    crowbar to remove lid to access water main valves.
    • Drive district vehicle equipped with safety lights.
    • May assist facilities/maintenance staff and/or assist with flushing hydrants.


    Additional information here.

  • Wednesday, April 10, 2019 1:53 PM | Amy Volckens (Administrator)

    The Associate Director (AD) is responsible for directing and overseeing the design and implementation of the Colorado Growing Water Smart program, focused on an integrated approach to water and land use planning. The AD will manage a state-wide training and assistance project, overseeing consultants, liaising with program partners, cultivating program donors, and serving as the primary media spokesperson for the project. The AD may assist in the assessment, development, and implementation of similar training and assistance programs in other states. Full job posting here


  • Thursday, March 21, 2019 10:47 AM | Diana Denwood (Administrator)
    POSITION PURPOSE

    The Communication, Outreach and Marketing Coordinator, serves as the primary staff person in the Public Works and Utilities Department responsible for the strategic marketing and communication around water and wastewater-related programs and projects. Examples may include the City's rate/fee increase messaging, water conservation programs/activities, capital improvement and operational projects, and ongoing water/wastewater utility programs.

    Work will involve creating, updating, editing and publishing content and messaging for all channels (i.e., print, electronic, social media, web, mobile, broadcast, etc.) and audiences (i.e., internal and external), creating broad public awareness and understanding, and effectively communicating the Department's policies and programs. This position also acts as liaison with city departments and divisions to support project-based outreach and engagement efforts.

    Salary $70,837.00-$88,546.00 annually

    Full-time benefited, 40 hours/week

    Job number 19-0053

    Closing 4/1/2109 8:30 MT

    For full details and to apply, visit: 

    https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/westminsterco/jobs/2383060/communication-outreach-and-marketing-coordinator-public-works-utilities 

  • Tuesday, March 12, 2019 7:26 PM | Melissa Brasfield (Administrator)

    Since 1971 the District has served its community by developing, managing
    and protecting water resources in the Longmont area. As the District seeks
    to implement new and strategic programs and projects, it is seeking an
    Office Manager/Executive Assistant as an integral part of a two person
    team.

    For more information about the District, please visit www.svlhwcd.org
    Applicants must submit cover letter, resume, references and salary requirements to:

    St. Vrain and Left Hand Water Conservancy District
    ATTN: Job Opening
    office@svlhwcd.org

  • Tuesday, March 12, 2019 1:39 PM | Diana Denwood (Administrator)

    The Irrigation Assessor Performs irrigation audits and inspections for residential and large property customers; compiles data and creates written reports based on audit findings; performs general garden and landscape maintenance functions, and may assist in general conservation projects during non-irrigation months.

    Applicants must be enrolled in a college program and must demonstrate 1 year of customer service experience.

    Excellent organizations have a set of principles, or core values, that are used to implement their mission and vision. The values represent the touchstone for the organization, guiding the decisions of the individuals and the organization. At the city of Aurora, we value integrity, respect, professionalism and customer service as those core values and we attribute those values to our success as an organization, both as an employer and a servant of the community. If you hold these same values, we welcome you to apply. 
     

    This is a Seasonal position with NO benefits.


    Aurora Water
    Aurora Water is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the drinking water, sanitary sewer and storm drainage systems, treatment of drinking water and non-potable reclaimed wastewater for irrigation, billing and collection, public outreach and water conservation, acquisition and development of future water rights, major capital projects programs, and quality control for regulatory compliance and public health.


    The City of Aurora will conduct ongoing screenings of applications on a first-come, first-serve basis; as soon as we determine to have a qualified pool of applicants, this position may close quickly and without notice.

    PRIMARY DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
    • Perform physical inspection of irrigation systems
    • Compile data to create detailed reports of inspection findings
    • Work directly with the city of Aurora residents
    • Analyze water use and consumption data
    • Perform garden and landscape maintenance when assessments are slow
    • May perform as team lead worker
    • Perform additional duties as assigned
    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

    Education:

    • High School diploma or GED and currently enrolled in a college program.

    Preferred Experience:
    • Irrigation system repair and installation experience preferred but not required. Previous horticulture or landscape installation and maintenance experience preferred by not required.

    Knowledge:
    • Basic Microsoft Office programs knowledge. Experience in the operations of irrigation systems and efficient watering practices preferred. 
    For full details and to apply, visit https://jobs.auroragov.org/intern-irrigation-assessor/job/10620742
  • Tuesday, March 12, 2019 1:38 PM | Diana Denwood (Administrator)

    The Horticultural Assistant performs skilled manual and technical work involved in the maintenance of the Aurora Water-wise Garden; assists in coordinating volunteers and educating customers in xeriscape/water-wise principles and techniques; and assists with work planning by scheduling, organizing, and securing materials and equipment for the accomplishment of assigned tasks. This position starts in May and ends in September. The candidate will be expected to work 40 hours a week from mid-May through the first week of September, working weekends as needed.
     
    Excellent organizations have a set of principles, or core values, that are used to implement their mission and vision. The values represent the touchstone for the organization, guiding the decisions of the individuals and the organization. At the city of Aurora, we value integrity, respect, professionalism and customer service as those core values and we attribute those values to our success as an organization, both as an employer and a servant of the community. If you hold these same values, we welcome you to apply.

    This is a Seasonal position with NO benefits.


    Aurora Water
    Aurora Water is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the drinking water, sanitary sewer and storm drainage systems, treatment of drinking water and non-potable reclaimed wastewater for irrigation, billing and collection, public outreach and water conservation, acquisition and development of future water rights, major capital projects programs, and quality control for regulatory compliance and public health.


    The City of Aurora will conduct ongoing screenings of applications on a first-come, first-serve basis; as soon as we determine to have a qualified pool of applicants, this position may close quickly and without notice.

    PRIMARY DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
    • Maintains existing garden features
    • Assists in training volunteers and organizing volunteer work projects
    • Educates garden visitors and customers on water-wise principles and water conservation programs
    • Performs additional duties as assigned
    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

    Education:

    • High School diploma or GED with current enrollment in college-level horticulture, landscape architecture/design, landscape maintenance, or environmental education program with a college, university, or technical school.

    Experience:
    • Horticulture, landscape maintenance, or volunteer coordination. 
    An equivalent combination of training and experience may be considered.

    Preferred Experience:
    • Irrigation system repair and installation experience and working in a team environment 
    For full details and to apply, visit https://jobs.auroragov.org/intern-horticulture-assistant/job/10646766
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