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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.

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Media Watch

  • New lead testing method could reveal higher levels in water
    For years, testing of the tap water in an upscale Detroit suburb showed the city was in the clear. Then residents got a notice seemingly out of the blue: Their water could be contaminated with elevated levels of lead. The city of Royal Oak had not made drastic changes to its water. It was simply using a new testing method that showed lead levels high enough that the utility was legally required to inform residents about the problem. Los Angeles Times, Nov. 30
  • San Rafael, Calif., sewer district fires general manager
    Las Gallinas Valley Sanitary District in San Rafael, Calif., has let go its general manager after three years on the job. The board of directors voted 3-2 in a closed session meeting on Nov. 18 to terminate Mike Prinz without cause, effective immediately. The board announced the decision during its open session meeting the same night and made an official statement Monday. A reason for the move was not provided. Marin Independent Journal, Nov. 24
  • San Francisco officials call for 10% reduction of water use
    San Francisco officials have declared a water shortage emergency and are asking customers in 4 counties to voluntarily reduce their water use by 10% due to California’s lengthening drought. The request made Tuesday, Nov. 23, took effect immediately and applies to all 2.7 million customers of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission in San Francisco, Alameda, Santa Clara and San Mateo counties. Associated Press, Nov. 24