The Central Utah Water Conservancy District is headquartered in Orem, Utah. The District employs over 90 people and is an equal opportunity employer. The District is committed to the full and effective utilization of qualified persons, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation and gender identity, national origin, physical and mental disability, veteran status, or any other status protected by federal, state or local law. For more information, please review our Information Policy.
This position is responsible for providing engineering services, utilizing advanced training, experience, and independent judgment to enable the District to most effectively and reliably meet District engineering commitments and goals, especially with respect to District water rights.
This position is responsible for operations and maintenance of a drinking water treatment plant, and has lead responsibility for installation, maintenance and repair of treatment plant equipment, buildings, and grounds, including mechanical and electrical equipment and instrumentation.
This position is responsible for operations and maintenance of a drinking water treatment plant and public water system, which requires safeguarding public health, and providing high quality drinking water in a cost effective and efficient manner.
This position is responsible for performing and recording standardized or prescribed O & M assignments related to water conveyance features.
The Central Utah Water Conservancy District (District) is seeking a Geomatic student for an internship position at its Orem office. The District manages and maintains billions of dollars of water related infrastructure including dams, tunnels, pipelines, structures, water treatment plants, and hydroelectric facilities which are used to deliver both primary and secondary water. This position will primarily be required to locate original legal documents and input them into a GIS. Some field work may be needed to locate and survey monumentation related to the legal documents. This internship requires an understanding of GIS & Cartographic principles, a working knowledge of COGO (coordinate Geometry) metes and bounds legal descriptions, coordinate conversions, ESRI software platform, and a basic understanding of GPS surveying. Interested students should fill out an online application at www.cuwcd.com/jobs.html by March 2, 2018. The District expects applicants to be able to work 10-20 hours week. The pay range varies from $13-$15/hr (based on qualifications and past work experience). Questions should be directed to Brig Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org.