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Find water operator jobs and wastewater operator jobs at Water District Jobs. Learn more about these careers and their salary ranges, job requirements and qualifications.

Looking for a water operator job in California? WDJ is the best source for the latest employment listings in the water industry.

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Since 2014, we've helped to connect job seekers with water industry employers such as city, county and regional utilities, special districts, community service agencies, sanitary districts, industry consultants, educators and private water companies.

The career opportunities listed on our website encompass a wide variety of disciplines, such as water treatment, engineering, plant maintenance, laboratory analysis, environmental compliance, water quality, conservation, construction and communications.

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Media Watch

  • Water management fixes won't come soon for Arizona, experts say
    Overhauling an Arizona water program that allows new suburban developments to sprout on pumped groundwater will likely take years — if it ever happens. While concern is mounting about “unintended consequences” of the 1993 law that set this program up, the law’s complexity and its strong support from developers and homebuilders make it hard to change. Tucson.com, Feb. 10
  • Kentucky water district secretly spent $133,000 on its leaders
    Commissioners of Knott County Water and Sewer District in eastern Kentucky, which was just granted a rate increase by state regulators, illegally spent more than $133,000 of the district’s money over the past 3 years to pay for their own health insurance policies, according to a report from the Public Service Commission. The commissioners never voted on or publicly discussed the health insurance policies increase. Lexington Herald-Leader, Feb. 4