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Office Assistant
Opens 11/23/2020 - 9:00 a.m.
Closes 11/30/2020 - 5:00 p.m. OR Until 20 qualified applications have been received

To apply for this opportunity, please visit CalOpps website

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Applications for most job openings are processed through CalOpps, please use this LINK to view and apply for open positions.

Careers at Vallejo Wastewater

Vallejo Flood & Wastewater District provides wastewater and stormwater management services to residents and businesses in the greater Vallejo area.  Please use this LINK to learn more about the employment process at Vallejo Wastewater.

The District employs more than 90 individuals in a wide range of roles including wastewater treatment plant operators, collection system technicians, mechanics, engineers, electricians, inspectors, laboratory analysts and technicians, information technology, accounting and administrative support.  Please use this LINK to learn more.

The District offers a competitive salary and benefits package to full-time employees.  Details are posted on the Salaries and Benefits page.  Open positions at the District are posted above.  All potential applicants will need to apply online through www.calopps.org

If offered a position at the District, potential employees will also have a background check, reference check, physical abilities test, and if applicable, a drug test. Vallejo Wastewater is an equal-opportunity employer encouraging workforce diversity.

All positions with the District require an employee to possess a valid California driver's license.  Please use this LINK to learn about the District's minimum eligibility standards for District vehicle insurance coverage.

Careers in the Wastewater Field

Solano Community College offers water and wastewater treatment classes. To find out more, visit www.Solano.edu. Santa Rose Junior College also offers a wastewater major, click here to find out more.

Operators of wastewater treatment facilities in California must be certified by the State Water Resources Control Board. To learn about the Operator Certification Program, click here.

If you are interested in other types of wastewater careers, the California Water Environmental Association is a great place to start.

Regional information about water and wastewater careers can be found at Baywork and BACWWE.