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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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Media Watch

  • United Water Conservation District reaches $1 million settlement with Ventura over water rates
    A water district locked in a long-running legal battle over residential rates with the City of Ventura, Calif., recently agreed to pay $1 million, but the fight does not appear to be over. City Attorney Gregory Diaz said the expected the United Water Conservation District to exercise its option to appeal. Ventura has filed lawsuits every year against the water district since the agency implemented increased charges in 2011-12. Ventura County Star, May 9
  • Water rationing begins in Sonoma County as cities plot steps to confront drought
    Mandatory water rationing has begun in some areas of Sonoma County, Calif., as the region confronts a deepening drought reflected in record-low reservoir levels and looming state restrictions on withdrawals from the Russian River. The cites of Cloverdale and Healdsburg already are under mandatory orders to reduce water use by at least 20%, compared with last year, with specific prohibitions on certain kinds of activities such as daytime watering and hosing down driveways and sidewalks. The Press Democrat, May 8