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The Central Coast Water Authority (CCWA), is seeking candidates for the position of Engineering Technician. Salary $5,685 to $6,935 monthly D.O.Q. plus excellent benefits package.


Borrego Water District (BWD) is accepting applications for the position of General Manager. BWD is a public agency serving 2000 customers located in the Borrego Springs desert region of northeastern San Diego County. Qualified applicants should possess a bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in water or similar public utilities related field. Five years management or supervisory experience encompassing the skills and functions of the job description with emphasis on finance and groundwater basin management. BWD offers a competitive employment benefit package.


Dublin San Ramon Services District (DSRSD) provides water, recycled water, and wastewater treatment and resource recovery services to residents, businesses, industries, and governmental agencies serving more than 171,000 in the region. Reporting to the General Manager, the Engineering Services Manager serves as both the District Engineer and the Department Manager overseeing a staff of $18.5 with ten-year capital improvement plan of $136 million.


Marina Coast Water District provides water, wastewater collections, recycled water services and conservation to the Marina and Ft Ord communities serving a population of approximately 35,000. Would you like to work in an environment that values dedication and innovation, builds communities, promotes training and development and seeks enthusiastic self-starters who want to provide outstanding customer service?

Some duties and requirements include:




The MPWMD is searching for an Engineer. This position may be hired at any of the levels in the District Engineering Career Ladder listed: Assistant Water Resources Engineer: $6420 - $7731/month; Water Resources Engineer: $7218 - $8704/month; Senior Water Resources Engineer: $8724 - $10534/mo.




General Counsel Legal Services

RFP Issued: April 12, 2016

RFP Submission Deadline: May 6, 2016 @ 5:00 P.M.

Issued by

Friant Water Authority

Lindsay Main Facility

Attention: Kathryn Bennett

Business Administration Manager

854 N. Harvard Ave.

Lindsay, CA 93247

Telephone: (559) 562-6305


The Santa Clara Valley Water District strives to provide Silicon Valley with safe, clean water for a healthy life, environment, and economy. The District is now seeking an Assistant Officer to play a key role in the daily management and oversight of the Water Utility Capital Division. The Assistant Officer will report directly to the Deputy Operating Officer. The District is seeking candidates with civil engineering expertise, seasoned professional judgment, and effective communication skills.


$3,774.98-$4,527.73 Bi-Weekly


Anderson-Cottonwood Irrigation District was formed in 1914 with a service area of 32,000 acres with about 7,000 irrigated acres. Under minimal direction, the General Manager oversees a $1.5M operating budget and operations providing customers with a reliable irrigation water supply; provides professional and technical staff support and assistance to the Board; coordinates all District activities with Federal, State, County, local and private agencies; and performs additional duties as required. The current General Manager is retiring effective November 1.


The General Manager reports directly to a five-member Board of Directors and  
is responsible for the effective management and administration of all of the  
District's operations.   The General Manager is the administrator for the  
court-appointed Watermaster of the three adjudicated groundwater basins  
within the District.

To qualify, an applicant must have a four-year college or university program  
certificate in Public Administration, Engineering, Groundwater Hydrology or