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.
The Central Utah Water Conservancy District (District) is seeking civil engineering, construction management, and geographical information system (GIS) students for internship positions at its Orem office.
These working level positions are responsible for providing engineering services, utilizing advanced training, experience and independent judgement to assist in capital project management, operations and water management, and comprehensive planning to most effectively and reliably meet District engineering and operation commitments and goals.
Central Utah Water Conservancy District seeks qualified candidates for the above position in our Asset Management group. This position is responsible for providing engineering services using conventional & advanced engineering skills, training, judgment, & exp. to assist in reliably meeting the engineering, asset, & operational needs of the District including coordination of construction & design issues w/ contractors on capital improvement projects & assisting in condition assessments & providing documentation of existing physical assets, & O&M procedures. Salary Range: $56,445-$80,717..
This position is responsible to do maintenance as directed on the District systems that are part of our SCADA System (HMI, PLC, IIoT). Develop and maintain subsystems as directed and train others on the operations and maintenance of those systems. This intern ship will last 3-5 months.
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.