Azusa, Baldwin Park, Irwindale and
West Covina in Southern California
Thank you for your interest in becoming part of the Valley County Water District team. Updates to the career opportunities and open recruitment processes are made to this site as they become available. Valley County Water District will accept employment applications for open recruitment processes and unsolicited recruitment processes.
Currently, we do not have any open positions.
Valley County Water District is an equal opportunity employer. Candidates shall be hired without regard to race, religion, creed, national origin, citizenship, ancestry, genetic information, veteran status or past military service, color, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, marital or pregnancy/childbirth status, sex, age, sexual orientation, or gender identity or expression.
All interested candidates are invited to apply for open positions. Please ensure that you have read and understand the essential requirements for any open positions. Valley County Water District will only accept applications when an open recruitment for a position exists.
Applications postmarked after the final filing date will not be accepted.
Other Employment Websites and Resources
Valley County Water District is just one of several public and private drinking water utilities throughout the State of California. If you are interested in starting a career in the drinking water industry, please visit the following links. These are public resources available to assist you in a successful employment search.
BC Water Jobs is a recruitment website where most public and private drinking water utilities post available career opportunities and open recruitment processes.
Citrus College and Mount San Antonio College have designed water technology programs to prepare students for employment in the public drinking water industry and to qualify water industry professionals for a more responsible position within the industry. The courses also help prepare individuals for the State of California Department of Public Health Water Treatment Operator and Water Distribution Operator exams.
In 2001, the State of California Department of Public Health established the Operator Certification Program to include both Water Treatment Operator certifications and Water Distribution Operator certifications. Most drinking water employment positions, especially those designated to work with treatment and distribution system operations, require a certain level of certification with the State Water Resources Control Board.
Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact Priscilla Aceituno, Human Resources Coordinator at 626-338-7301 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .