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Job Seekers: If you're looking for a water conservation or related position in Colorado, this is the place. We receive and post job openings from a variety of employers across Colorado. 

Employers: Send us your open job and internship announcements. Members may log in and post the position, or anyone may send information with an application link to our administrator, Melissa.

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  • Tuesday, February 15, 2022 7:47 AM | Melissa Brasfield (Administrator)
    Description

    The City of Boulder requires all employees to be vaccinated for COVID-19. 

    The City of Boulder is a great place to live, work, grow and play. 

    With over 300 miles of dedicated bikeways and more than 150 miles of hiking trails, Boulder values active lifestyles and access to nature.  Forty-six thousand acres of protected land provide open space for passive recreation, natural environments, and a green belt around the city.  With world class restaurants and art and music venues, The City of Boulder values diverse culture.  

    Respect is one of our five City Values (including Customer Service, Collaboration, Integrity and Innovation) and we are committed to equity, diversity and inclusion. We celebrate and support our differences across all spectrums, including but not limited to ethnicity, gender, age, disability and sexuality. Through our focus on Racial Equity, our employee benefits, and the many programs resources we offer our staff, we continually strive to weave respect for one another into the fabric of our organization. 

    Add your voice and talents to the City of Boulder and help us grow in service excellence for an inspired future.

    OVERALL JOB OBJECTIVE:

    Under direct supervision is responsible for and performs semi-skilled equipment operation, maintenance, and related maintenance functions to City irrigation systems. Coordinates and performs a variety of semi-skilled irrigation system maintenance, repair and construction, as well as minor plumbing repairs throughout the urban parks system. Performs related duties as required.

    The hiring range for this position starts at $17.86 - $25.55 depending on qualifications and experience.  

    KEY COMPETENCIES:
    • Action Oriented: Is action oriented and full of energy to embrace challenges; has the ability to perform with a minimal supervision; seizes opportunities.
    • Customer Focus: Dedicated to meet internal and external expectations and requirements; gets information first hand and uses information to make improvements in services.
    • Listening: Practices attentive and active listening; has patience to hear people out and restate the opinions of others.

    • Time Management: Uses his/her time effectively and efficiently; values time; concentrates his/her efforts on the more important priorities; gets more done in less time than others; can attend to a broader range of activities.

    For additional information and to apply, click here and search for the job title.

  • Monday, February 14, 2022 5:25 AM | Melissa Brasfield (Administrator)

    About Groundwork Denver:
    Groundwork Denver is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to improve the physical environment and promote health and well-being through community-based partnerships and action. Please see our website to learn more: www.GroundworkColorado.org.

    Position Summary:
    Reporting to the Associate Director, the Director of Water Programs(“Water Program Director”)will oversee Groundwork Denver’s urban waters program, including but not limited to water quality testing, watershed improvements,youth employee engagement, and community education.The Water Program Director will align all activities to Groundwork Denver’s
    environmental justice strategy and vision.

    Water Program Responsibilities:
    Oversee the implementation of activities in the urban waters initiative, including water quality testing, watershed improvements, youth employee engagement, community education
    Successfully meet grant and contract deliverables, including data collection and reporting requirements.
    Successfully manage and administer water program grants and contracts, including adhering to contract billing and financial reporting requirements, ensuring appropriate expenses are allocated, and staff time billing is accurate
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    Supervise volunteers, staff, and consultants working on water-related programming, including Blue Team youth.

    Build partnerships and participate in collaborative efforts related to urban waters.

    Represent Groundwork Denver at external meetings, collaborations and community events related to urban waters.

    In coordination with multiple external stakeholders, exchange data with key partners to participate and aide in the State Water Quality Control Division’s Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) process for Lower Bear Creek.

    For additional information and to apply, click here.
  • Monday, January 10, 2022 7:38 AM | Melissa Brasfield (Administrator)

    SUMMARY

    This is highly responsible work in planning and coordinating a variety of capital programs/projects in the Public Works and Water Departments.  This position includes capital improvement project contract administration and coordination, review of projects related to utility improvements, long-range planning activities, developing operations and maintenance plans, and monitoring existing programs and activities related to the Water Operations and Water Resources. Work is performed with latitude for independent judgment and action and is reviewed by the Director of Public Works through observation, conferences, reports, and achievement of desired objectives.  May develop intergovernmental agreements with other agencies concerning water rights, land purchases, water system interconnects, water storage, etc.  Prepare written reports and memorandums.  Carry out related administrative duties as assigned.

     

    SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED

    Direction provided by the Public Works Director.  Works closely with and provides direction and supervision of Public Works personnel, and Water Department personnel, and operations personnel.


    For additional information and to apply, click here.

  • Tuesday, September 28, 2021 9:30 PM | Melissa Brasfield (Administrator)

    Job Description

    Martin and Wood Water Consultants, Inc. (M&W) is seeking to hire a water resources engineer to join our team of engineers and hydrogeologists. The Staff or Project Water Resources Engineer position is a technical position primarily in the water rights and water resources fields. The position may include tasks relating to hydrologic analyses of streamflow conditions, construction of hydrologic models, preparation of engineering reports and/or raw water master plans, water supply planning, review of water court decrees, development and maintenance of water accounting forms, review of and conducting historical consumptive use analyses, water rights evaluations, preparation of expert reports in support of Colorado water court cases,  hydrogeological analyses, and occasional field work. The majority of the work will be performed in the office; however, occasional out-of-office opportunities arise which include: surface water sampling; site visits to diversion structures, farms, ranches, and storage and/or recharge facilities; interviewing farmers or other knowledgeable persons on water use; and attending meetings and professional development forums.

    Staff Water Resources Engineer: The ideal employee will have 1-5 years of experience working in the water resources field. A bachelor’s degree in engineering or a related field and the ability to obtain a professional engineer license in the future are preferred. The employee will have the opportunity to work under the direction of senior staff and gain additional independent responsibilities over time. The employee will work often with other staff and will have multiple levels of staff available to them for training and mentoring.

    Project Water Resources Engineer: The ideal employee will have over 5 years of experience working in the water resources field. A master’s degree and professional engineer license are preferred. The employee will have the opportunity to manage projects and mentor and train junior staff. The employee will work both independently and often with other staff.

    Please note this posting is for one employee at either the staff level or project level.

    Full description and to apply, click here.

  • Tuesday, September 28, 2021 9:26 PM | Melissa Brasfield (Administrator)

    The Skilled Irrigation Technician is responsible for carrying out the full spectrum of irrigation tasks associated with residential irrigation systems as part of landscape installations, irrigation maintenance, and occasionally
    stand-alone irrigation installations, including associated troubleshooting and repairs. Duties also include seasonal start ups, repairs, and winterization of irrigation systems and water features, as well as tracking inventory and work order repairs for client billing purposes.

    This full time non-exempt hourly position reports to the Irrigation  Manager, frequently interacts with clients, and collaborates closely with subcontractors, crew members, the Landscape Installation Manager and Landscape Designer to fulfill job duties.

    See the full posting here.

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