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Job Title Location Posted
Industrial Pretreatment Environmental Coordinator Boise, ID 04/11
Water Pollution Control Inspector II Springfield, MO 04/10
General Manager Fremont, CA 04/10
Associate Control Systems Engineer Martinez, CA 03/31
Commissioner of Public Works Wilmington, DE 03/25
Assistant Public Works Director Union County, NC 03/21
Manager Phoenix, AZ 03/11
General Manager Yorba Linda, CA 02/25
Utilities Director Fayetteville, AR 02/18
Director of Operations Martinez, CA 02/10

 last updated: April 11, 2014

Job Title: Industrial Pretreatment Environmental Coordinator
Posted: 04/11/2014
Closing Date: 05/01/14 05:00 PM

Job Description:

CITY OF BOISE invites applications for the position of:
Industrial Pretreatment Environmental Coordinator

SALARY: $54,059.00 - $63,066.00 Annually

OPENING DATE: 04/10/14

CLOSING DATE: 05/01/14 05:00 PM

Responsible for planning, developing and implementing programs and projects for industrial pretreatment and of stormwater. Responsible for audit and implementation within contributing wastewater collection system jurisdictions to ensure compliance with Pretreatment Program requirements. Through subordinate supervisors, responsible for implementation of the pretreatment and industrial and complaint response portions of the stormwater program. Work requires considerable independent judgment. Position is reviewed for accomplishment of objectives and for effectiveness of services.

Responsible for implementation of the Boise City Industrial Pretreatment Program. Coordinates collection, review, compilation and submittal of annual Pretreatment Program report to Environment Protection Agency (EPA). Holds pretreatment program audit responsibilities for independent sewer district or municipal collection systems, implementing pretreatment program requirements independently. Advises and assists district/municipal staff with program implementation and regulatory issues. Develops, maintains, and administers sewer district pretreatment contracts. Implements pretreatment program requirements in independent sewer districts, municipalities and the City of Boise. Develops and maintains EPA required program procedures and guidance documents. Develops and/or provides inputs to workgroup and department work plans, and on budget processes. Tracks and responds to changing Federal regulations that can affect program implementation. Develops and implements specialized programs to meet regulatory needs. Researches, develops and manages specialized programs with EPA and various state and local agencies, industries, and commercial dischargers. Evaluates consequences of proposed regulations and standards, and prepares and updates manuals explaining technical procedures. Consults with business operators and property owners concerning pretreatment requirements. Analyzes and interprets effects of current and proposed environmental regulations, legislation, standards and policies. Proposes and directs implementation of regulations, and prepares reports for various agencies.

Coordinates and provides oversight of specific daily assigned tasks performed by Significant Industrial User (SIU) program technical staff. Reviews and authorizes issuance of EPA required discharge permits to SIUs. Reviews and approves facility inspection reports and surveillance monitoring reports. Facilitates or conducts enforcement actions for SIUs. Audits SIU files maintained by senior specialist staff.

Coordinates and provides oversight of specific daily assigned tasks performed by Minor Industrial User (MIU) program technical staff. Reviews and authorizes issuance of general discharge permits to MIUs as needed. Reviews and approves MIU facility inspection reports and local limit sampling analysis reports. Oversees enforcement actions taken against MIUs.

Coordinates and provides oversight of stormwater hotline and complaint-response performed by Pretreatment program staff. Oversees enforcement actions (cease and desist, order to clean) in accordance with Boise Code Title 8 Chapter 15 Stormwater Ordinance. Coordinates with Ada County Highway District (ACHD) staff and City Stormwater Program staff for development and implementation of EPA stormwater permit high risk industrial inspection element. Facilitates development of annual scope of work and administers to inter jurisdictional contract tasks.

Evaluates industrial pretreatment, reuse, stormwater and NPDES regulations, industrial wastewater treatment plant operation and industry needs for implementing the City's Industrial Pretreatment program and for the City and the County Highway District's stormwater programs. Advises industry partners of proper pretreatment systems needed to accomodate industrial wastes of all kinds. Monitors for compliance with the terms of discharge and industrial permits: conducts sampling, tests, inspections, and re-inspections to ensure compliance and/or violations have been corrected. Coordinates information that has an impact on the City and County's wastewater and stormwater collection systems and the residential, business and industrial users of the system. Represents the division at various governmental and professional meetings. Attends meetings, workshops, and conventions as necessary for the maintenance of effective services.

Supervisory responsibilities: Employees in this position are authorized to recommend and/or effect the full range of duties (with appropriate managerial review), including hiring, performance evaluations, transferring, promoting, assigning of significant duties, rewarding, disciplining and terminating employment; exercise independent judgment to direct others work and have the authority to take corrective action; and, utilize people skills to communicate, motivate and direct or oversee a person, group, department, or organization. (10%)

Performs other duties as assigned. Nothing in this job description restricts management's right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this position at any time.

Required Knowledge, Experience, And Training

Must have a Bachelor's degree in natural resource management, environmental science, chemistry, biological sciences or related field.

Requires education and/or experience to attain the following:

Five years professional level experience in water/wastewater quality control and water pollution control field including two years in a supervisory level, or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience.

Advanced knowledge of environmental regulations and chemical, physical,biological and hydraulic processes used in wastewater and industrial treatment; federal, state and local pretreatment regulations; laboratory equipment and instrumentation involved in the examination of wastewater; of wastewater treatment and industrial pretreatment systems and technology; of commercial and industrial process discharge requirements; chemical and laboratory processes and procedures, chain-of-custody procedures during sampling activities; technical documents including blue prints and design plans.

Working knowledge of safety procedures and application of safety principles in the use of equipment, chemical handling and use of personal protective equipment; budget procedures and techniques; purchasing, contracting and maintenance of public records; principles and practices of public outreach and involvement; and principles, practices of effective management and supervision.

Ability to analyze complex environmental issues and problems, evaluate alternatives, and recommend policies and effective courses of action; analyze regulations and solve technical problems related to industrial pretreatment program and stormwater program; interpret laws, regulations and technical information; develop and manage projects including contract and budget administration; perform mathematical calculations and analyze water quality data; communicate effectively both verbally and in writing; prepare clear and concise records, technical reports, correspondence and other written materials; present conclusions clearly, logically and persuasively to both internal and external program stakeholders; facilitate group and individual discussions to identify and resolve differences and achieve results; exercise independent judgment and initiative within general policy guidelines; display an attitude of cooperation and work harmoniously with all levels of City employees, the general public and other organizations; communicate effectively in the English language at a level necessary for efficient job performance; complete assignments in a timely fashion; understand and comply with all rules, policies and regulations; maintain regular attendance; perform all essential and marginal functions as assigned by an authorized employee, supervisor and/or manager with or without a reasonable accommodation.

Individuals must be capable of operating vehicles safely and have an acceptable driving record.

Preferred Knowledge, Experience, And Training
Masters degree in Environment Science, Natural Resource Management, Environmental Management, Engineering, or related field. Six years of increasingly responsible natural resources management and environmental protection or compliance experience of which three or more years in a supervisory capacity. Experience in a State level environmental regulatory program or local government approved pretreatment program is preferred.

Licensing And Other Requirements
Valid Idaho driver's license.

Special Requirements
All applicants must be able to successfully pass City of Boise background check processes which include reference checks and criminal history checks.

Applicants must be able to pass, or have:

Driving Record Check

Education Verification

The physical effort characteristics and working environment described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Physical Efforts
While performing the duties of this job the employee is frequently lifting/carrying up to 10 lbs, rarely lifting/carrying up to 35 lbs. Also the employee is occasionally pushing/pulling up to 10 lbs, rarely pushing/pulling up to 50 lbs. The noise level is occasionally moderate. Work includes sensory ability to talk and hear. Work in this position also includes close vision and distance vision. Employees will sit, stand, walk, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, reach and grasp. Position requires hand/finger dexterity.

Working Environment
The work environment will include inside conditions, outdoor weather conditions, with areas of dust, odors, mist, gases or other airborne matter. Employees work in/at heights and are exposed to mechanical, electrical hazards. Employees will also drive a vehicle as part of this position. .
This position works: evenings, weekends, and holidays as required.

Job Posting #03516

Industrial Pretreatment Environmental Coordinator Supplemental Questionnaire

* 1. Do you have a Bachelor's or advanced degree in natural resource management, environmental science, chemistry, biological sciences or a related field?
2. If you answered 'yes' to question 1, please describe the degree(s) and university(ies) attended.

* 3. Please briefly describe your experience in wastewater pretreatment, water/wastewater quality control and water pollution control, including years of experience and the level of work performed (e.g. pretreatment manager, pretreatment technician, water/wastewater treatment supervisor...).

* Required Question



Job Title: Water Pollution Control Inspector II
Posted: 04/10/2014
Closing Date: May 16, 2014

Job Description:

Performs responsible inspection work involved in controlling water pollution through enforcement of federal, state, and city water pollution codes as well as industrial pretreatment program requirements, and sewer use ordinances.  See our website at for additional information such as requirements and salary, and to apply on line.  The application deadline is May 16, 2014. 
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Job Title: General Manager
Posted: 04/10/2014
Closing Date: May 16, 2014

Job Description:

Union Sanitary District
General Manager

Fremont, California

This extraordinary career opportunity to join one of the most efficient and innovative sanitary districts in the nation is the result of the pending retirement of the current General Manager. Under the current leadership and through the talents of a highly capable staff, this award-winning District has numerous accomplishments and is known as one of the best managed districts in the United States. The next General Manager will assume the leadership of this forward-thinking organization dedicated to providing the highest quality service to its customers. The Board is looking for a candidate who will make a long-term commitment to this distinguished organization. The General Manager is an at-will position that reports to the five-member Board of Directors, and serves as the Union Sanitary District’s Chief Executive Officer. The General Manager is accountable for providing strong leadership while modeling core values and guiding principles of integrity, pride, and respect within this highly ethical organization. The ideal candidate for the position of General Manager will be a highly organized, “hands on,” decisive, and innovative leader with superb interpersonal skills, judgment, and integrity. Top candidates will be intuitive, inclusive, perceptive, and know when to lead and when to be supportive. Candidates must also be results-oriented and committed to providing leadership that will inspire, motivate, and empower staff to achieve established goals. The annual salary range is $183,843 to $241,425 DOQ, plus an excellent benefits package including a car allowance of $450 per month. Apply by sending cover letter, resume, salary history, and 6 references via email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Review of resumes begins May 16, 2014. Candidates are encouraged to apply immediately for optimal consideration. Confidential inquiries are welcomed to Mr. Robert Burg at (916) 630-4900. Detailed brochure available online at



Job Title: Associate Control Systems Engineer
Posted: 03/31/2014
Closing Date: APRIL 14, 2014

Job Description:

Central Contra Costa Sanitary District

Associate Control Systems Engineer
Monthly Salary:  $8,547 - $10,334
Plus excellent benefits

The Central Contra Costa Sanitary District, a progressive public utility, is seeking an Associate Control Systems Engineer. This position will be assigned to the Process Control/Control Systems Section of the Operations Department and will be responsible for managing and maintaining a complex computer system within the District’s wastewater treatment plant.

Education and Experience:  
Two years of professional engineering experience comparable to that of the Assistant Control Systems Engineer in the District.

Equivalent to a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major work in electrical or mechanical engineering or closely related field.

Possession of a valid Certificate of Registration as a professional engineer issued by the State of California.

Possession of a valid California Driver's License. A valid out-of-state driver’s license will be accepted during the application process. Must possess a valid California Driver’s License within 90 days of appointment.

A District application and supplemental questionnaire must be filed by April 14, 2014, at 5:00 p.m. For a detailed job description and application, visit our website at:

An Equal Opportunity Employer Encouraging Workplace Diversity



Job Title: Commissioner of Public Works
Posted: 03/25/2014
Closing Date: APRIL 4, 2014

Job Description:



SALARY GRADE: "E-09"-$74,071 per year to $119,254 per year

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Considerable experience in the administration and management of complex multi-discipline public works services, including but not limited to sanitation services, infrastructure maintenance, engineering, administrative services, design, construction, and operation of water supply and wastewater treatment facilities. Graduation from an accredited four year college with major course work in accounting, business, engineering, or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.

REQUIREMENT(S): Must pass a criminal background investigation, pre-employment physical, and drug test. Thorough knowledge of the principals and practices of financial and administrative management as related to the delivery of municipal public services. Ability to effectively direct subordinate activities and maintain effective working relationships with City officials, employees, governmental jurisdictions, consultants, and the general public.

NATURE OF WORK PERFORMED: The responsibilities of the position are specified by the Wilmington City Charter. Responsible for the implementation of City policies and procedures; ensures departmental compliance with state, regional, and federal regulatory agencies. Directs, through supervisory staff, the planning and execution of municipal services related to streets, sewers, traffic, street cleaning, refuse collection, administrative services, engineering, water supply, wastewater treatment, and manages the acquisition and maintenance of the municipal fleet. Develops short- and long-term programs through the Operating and Capital Budget processes. Coordinates departmental activities with City, county, state, and regional and federal agencies.

EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED (Illustrative Only): Chief representative of the department. Monitors operating division performance daily. Reviews and authorizes all personnel changes. Conducts labor grievance hearings. Authorizes contract awards, purchases, and disbursements. Establishes priorities and parameters for Operations and Capital Improvement Projects. Prepares monthly, annual, and related technical reports. Serves on Zoning Board of Adjustment, Architect/Engineer Review Board, Wilmington Parking Authority, New Castle County Water Resources, and others as designated by the Mayor. Represents the department and the City on matters of public interest as required. Performs all related work as required.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: Technical competence and experience in areas of responsibility. Thorough knowledge of the principles of public administration and current practices/techniques for the delivery of public works
services. The ability to communicate effectively. The ability to blend diverse interests, talents, and resources into an effective functioning unit or objective.


City/County Building, 800 French Street
Wilmington, Delaware 19801 -Telephone: (302) 576-2460



Job Title: Assistant Public Works Director
Posted: 03/21/2014
Closing Date:

Job Description:

Assistant Public Works Director
Union County, North Carolina

Union County, North Carolina is conducting a national search for the newly created position of Assistant Public Works Director. This is an exciting, long-term, and stable opportunity to provide leadership alongside the Public Works Director for solid waste services and the largest water/wastewater utility operated by a county government in the State of North Carolina. The successful Assistant Director will be expected to succeed the Director at retirement, within 3 to 5 years. The ideal candidate will be a business-minded individual who is entrepreneurial in spirit with strong leadership skills and a proven track record of process optimization and delivering quality results. The Assistant Public Works Director is an at-will position that will report to the Director while maintaining close working relationships with other departments and divisions, and will be responsible for a highly capable staff of approximately 120 full-time employees and a combined operating and CIP budget of $156 million. Bachelor’s degree plus eight years of related experience are required. Possession of a Certificate of Registration as a Professional Civil or Environmental Engineer in the State of North Carolina is desired but not mandatory. The salary range for the Assistant Public Works Director is highly competitive (DOQ) and includes an excellent benefit package. Apply by sending cover letter, resume, salary history, and 6 references via email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . This position is open until filled; review of resumes begins April 25, 2014. Candidates are encouraged to apply immediately for optimal consideration. Confidential inquiries are welcomed to Mr. Robert Burg at (916) 630-4900. Detailed brochure available online at



Job Title: Manager
Posted: 03/11/2014
Closing Date: Open until filled

Job Description:

Please apply at starting Monday, February 17, 2014.

The Water Services Department is a seeking qualified manager with professional experience in the wastewater treatment industry to work at the largest wastewater plant facilities in the state of Arizona with state of the art technology and management of the Tres Rios wetlands. The fundamental reason this position exists is to assist in the direction of the overall management, administration, operation, installation, and repair of the City's wastewater treatment plant systems, facilities, and infrastructure. The Wastewater Treatment Superintendent reports to the Deputy Director, makes operational decisions on a daily basis as well as in the absence of the division head, and has responsibility for managing a 24 hour, 7 days a week operation. This position will work in a division with staff of up to 200 employees, and manage an operating budget of $53 million. The Wastewater Treatment Division is responsible for the operations of the 60 MGD rated 23rd Ave WWTP and the 230 MGD rated 91st Ave WWTP that provides service to five cities. This eligible list may be used for any current or future vacancies over the life of the eligible list.

Recruitment may close when we have received a sufficient number of qualified applications. First review of applications will occur the week of March 10, 2014.

$63,315 - $94,328 annually. Appointment can be made above the minimum depending upon qualifications.


  • Three years of professional level experience in the management, operation, and maintenance of a large or multiple wastewater treatment facilities.
  • Two years of progressively responsible supervisory experience in managing professional, technical, skilled, and semi-skilled levels of staff.
  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering, public or business administration, or a related field
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Understanding of federal, state, and local water and wasterwater regulations, safety and environmental requirements
  • Experience in Microsoft Office, email, and computerized maintenance management system (CMMS)
  • An equivalent combination of related experience and education may be considered
  • Must possess a Grade III Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) Wastewater Treatment certification at the time of application and an ADEQ Grade IV by the end of the probationary period.
  • If you possess certification from another state or jurisdiction, please contact the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality ( for Arizona Request for Operator Certification Reciprocity procedures and certification equivalency

Apply online by completing the required information and attaching your cover letter and resume. Please include your experience as it relates to the qualifications stated above.

YOUR COVER LETTER AND RESUME, PLUS ANY OTHER REQUESTED MATERIAL, MUST BE IN ONE ATTACHMENT. Only online applications are accepted for this position. The results of the resume screening process will be sent to your primary email address.


  • If you need assistance applying for this job, please contact our HR Center at (602) 262-6277.

Water Services Superintendent, JC: 51460, ID#10440, 0217/14, AA, Benefits: Supervisory

City of Phoenix employees demonstrate superior seamless customer service, integrity, and commitment to innovation, efficiency, and fiscally responsible activity.



Job Title: General Manager
Posted: 02/25/2014
Closing Date: Open until filled

Job Description:

Yorba Linda Water District
General Manager
Application Deadline: March 17, 2014

The General Manager plans, organizes, and provides leadership and oversight of all District functions, including water resource planning and distribution, sewer maintenance, fiscal management, employee relations, engineering, administration and operations; demonstrates proven leadership and exercises strong and effective delegation to department managers; appoints highly qualified, effective managers and staff, and provides mentoring; provides program evaluation and educated and confident policy advice to the Board of Directors and policy guidance to staff; encourages and ensures excellent services to District customers; and fosters cooperative working relationships with intergovernmental and regulatory agencies. The General Manager reports to the Board and leads the organization in the planning and implementation of District priorities set by the Board.

Education & Experience Requirements

• Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Public/Business Administration, Water Management, Political Science or other related field. A Master’s degree is preferred.
• Ten years of increasingly responsible professional management experience, including five years of managerial and/or administrative responsibility working with elected officials or other governing body.
• Possession of a valid California Class C driver’s license and proof of good driving record may be required at the time of appointment.

The Ideal Candidate Will Have Ability To

• Utilize proactive leadership, integrity, vision, and communication skills to lead the District and its staff to become a high-performance, team-based organization.
• Work confidently and collaboratively with the Board of Directors, making strong and educated recom-mendations, and carrying out the Board’s direction.
• Lead the creation and implementation of the District’s strategic work-plan based on the District’s recent organizational assessment and establish measurements for the achievement of goals, objectives, and priorities.
• Develop strong and collaborative intra- and inter-agency partnerships to achieve District goals.
• Develop strong interpersonal relationships with all levels of staff within the District, as well as, with the District’s customers and the community at large.
• Function as a mentor, coach, counselor, facilitator, and team player, and set performance examples that can be reinforced across the District.
• Create an organizational culture of respect among staff and with the Board; develop a culture that values openness, personal and professional growth, honesty, independent action, and teamwork, and encourages self-motivation; create an open and transparent culture.
• Create a strong performance ethic and set strong ethical standards by assisting staff to accomplish their goals while helping them remain accountable for their work product.
• Encourage initiative, risk-taking, creative problem solving, innovative goal setting, and out-of-the-box thinking; assist staff to manage change and conflict.
• Utilize strong knowledge of applicable laws and regulations in consistently implementing policy directives and instructions from the Board of Directors.
• Utilize excellent judgment to evaluate and understand situations and make timely and effective decisions.
• Exercise effective, clear, and honest communication by effectively listening to and understanding the interests of all stakeholders and the goals of the District.
• Utilize strong management and leadership skills to the advantage of the District.
• Utilize a strong sense of financial accountability and budgetary decision making in a prudent and economical manner.

The salary range for the General Manager is $164,551 to $200,489 and will be negotiated based on experience and qualifications. Total compensation includes attractive benefits package.

Important Application Information
To apply for this outstanding opportunity, please visit Koff & Associates’ website at to download an application.

Please submit a cover letter, resume, and employment application by email to Kathy Crotty at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . As an alternative, you can mail the completed application materials to:
Koff & Associates, Inc.
Attention: Kathy Crotty
6400 Hollis Street, Suite 5
Emeryville, CA 94608



Job Title: Utilities Director
Posted: 02/18/2014
Closing Date: Open until filled

Job Description:


The City of Fayetteville is seeking an experienced Utilities Director to lead and direct the City's award-winning Utilities Department. The new Director will be responsible for ensuring that the City Utilities Department supports the department mission and provides a high level of service to citizens of Fayetteville and other outside users of the Department=s services. See Brochure at

The Utilities Director is appointed by and reports to the Chief of Staff and is a vital member of the City's Senior Management Team.

Fayetteville is the third-largest city in Arkansas with a current city population of 73,580. The MSA's population in 2012 was 482,200. The total 2014 City budget is $135.6M and the General Fund budget is $37.5M. There are 763.3 FTE City employees.

The Utilities Department is composed of four major program groups: See brochure at for more information.

All City of Fayetteville positions require the employee to demonstrate leadership competencies by exhibiting appropriate role modeling, and setting proper examples. For more information about the City of Fayetteville, please visit our website at

Requires a BS/BA in Engineering/related field from a four year college/university and six years experience in management of water and/or wastewater facilities. Licensed Professional Engineer preferred. MS/MA in Engineering/related field with minimum of five years experience in management of water and/or wastewater facilities is preferred. A valid driver's license also required.

Salary range DOQ/E. Starting salary $75,961 to $115,752. Excellent fringe benefit package.

Position open until filled. Apply as soon as possible, applications reviewed as received prior to City selection process. To be considered, attach a resume that includes length of time in each position, current salary, size of staff and budgets managed, plus four work-related references to your online job application for this position at

For further information, contact James Mercer, The Mercer Group, Inc., 1000 Cordova Place, #726, Santa Fe, NM 87505. Voice: 505-466-9500; Fax: 505-466-1274. E-Mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ; Website: www.mercergroupinc.comEOE. Under Arkansas Freedom of Information Act, all applications for this position are subject to public disclosure upon request by any Arkansas resident.



Job Title: Director of Operations
Posted: 02/10/2014
Closing Date: 03/10/2014

Job Description:


Central Contra Costa Sanitary District
Monthly Salary: $13,155 - $16,616
Plus excellent benefits

The Central Contra Costa Sanitary District, a progressive public utility, is seeking a Director of Operations. This position will direct, manage, and administer all activities within the Operations Department which includes the Plant Operations Division, Plant Maintenance Division, and Collection System Operations Division. This position will assist the General Manager in formulating and administering District programs.

Education and Experience:

  • Ten years of increasingly responsible professional engineering experience including at least six years in a management position within a wastewater treatment plant or similar process industry.
  • Equivalent to a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major work in civil, mechanical, or chemical engineering. A master's degree in engineering or business administration is desirable.


  • Possession of a Certificate of Registration as a professional engineer issued by the State of California in the area of civil, chemical, or mechanical engineering is desirable.
  • Possession of a valid California Driver's License. A valid out of state driver's license will be accepted during the application process. Must possess a valid California Driver's License within 90 days of appointment.

A District application, resume, and cover letter outlining your interest in this position must be filed by March 10, 2014, at 5:00 p.m. Apply on-line at For further information, contact Koff & Associates, Inc. at (510) 658-5633.

An Equal Opportunity Employer Encouraging Workplace Diversity



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