Employment Opportunities

Employment opportunities with districts are listed on this page to assist districts in finding qualified candidates for available positions. On occasion, opportunities with other government entities will also be posted as information about such employment opportunities becomes available. Please pass this information along to individuals who may be interested and qualified for the positions listed.

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Job Announcements





Wasatch Front Waste & Recycling District is in search of an adaptable and dynamic leader preferably with some public sector experience. Our team provides waste and recycling collections to 86,000 homes within 14 municipalities in Salt Lake County.

 

This position is appointed by the General Manager/CEO with the Board of Trustee’s consent. This position serves as the General Manager’s designee to provide the direct oversight of the District’s budget and finances, and for keeping the District in compliance with all laws and regulations related to government finance and reporting. Serves as the District Chief Financial Officer, ensures proper internal control mechanisms for cash handling and accounting functions. Performs extensive and complex accounting functions.

 

This is a key leadership position on the executive management team, which is responsible for strategic planning that aligns with the district’s vision, mission and goals serving our communities. Both strategic and critical thinking abilities are essential along with both emotional and professional maturity to enhance the working culture. 


Please click HERE to view a FULL DESCRIPTION OF ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND QUALIFICATIONS.

Salary Range:                     $132,392 - $185,349 annually depending on experience.

Apply online at:                https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/wasatchfrontwaste

OPENING DATE:             Position is open until filled, but may close any time after June 28th, 2024.











 The Salt Lake Valley Emergency Communications Center (SLVECC or Center) is a Public Safety Answering Point providing 9-1-1 police, fire, and medical emergency call taking and dispatch services located in West Valley City, Utah. SLVECC was originally formed through the execution of an Interlocal Agreement under Utah law by six Salt Lake area cities and Salt Lake County in June 1988. Today, the Center serves 11 police and 8 fire agencies supporting the public safety of nearly 900,000 residents in Salt Lake County. 

The Center employs 145 full-time and 17 part-time employees. Of the total employees, 130 full-time and 16 of the part-time staff are dedicated to receiving, triaging and dispatching 911 calls for service and other administrative calls for its members. Other staff members support the administrative, technical, and training activities of the Center. 


POSITION SUMMARY 

The Deputy Director of Administration and Finance oversees administrative and financial operations of the SLVECC. The individual will play a critical role on the senior leadership team in strategic direction and decision-making. The successful candidate will be forward thinking, analytical, and growth oriented as well as a hands-on and participative manager. This position will lead and oversee staff and consultants in the following areas: business planning, finance and accounting, human resources, administration, compliance, facilities, and information technology. 


Please click HERE to view a FULL DESCRIPTION OF ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND QUALIFICATIONS.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 

This position is classified as exempt with a starting salary range of $125,000 - $140,000 DOQ. 

The Salt Lake Valley Emergency Communications Center offers a competitive benefit package to include various health plan options, dental and vision insurance, group life insurance, pension with Utah Retirement Systems, 401(a) and 457B plans, paid holidays, and annual leave. Generally, office hours for this position are Monday through Thursday, working 10 hours per day. Other work arrangements may be negotiated. 

SLVECC is an equal opportunity employer who values diversity in the workplace. All applicants are afforded equal opportunities without regard for race, sex, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, sexual orientation. Gender identity, age, veteran status, political affiliation, genetics or disability. Reasonable accommodation is available to applicants with disabilities, if requested, during the application and/or interview process. If accommodation is needed with the application or interview process, please contact the Administrative Office at (801) 840-4000. 

Any questions regarding this recruitment should be directed to Clint Jensen at 801-840-4033 or cjensen@vecc911.com 

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and a comprehensive resume to Tammy Cornelison, Human Resource Coordinator, tcornelison@vecc911.com









The Kearns Improvement District (KID) is seeking YOU, a qualified and dynamic professional civil engineer, to join us as an Assistant District Engineer. KID is one of the preeminent water and sewer providers in the State of Utah serving the municipalities of the Kearns Metro Township, and portions of West Valley City, West Jordan City, Taylorsville City, and unincorporated Salt Lake County. If you are that person, please visit our website at www.KIDwater4UT.gov and click on the “Careers” tab for more details and how to apply. It is our PROMISE that our Customers, our Employees, and our Community will know that WE CARE! 

“Careers” tab 


Please click HERE to view a FULL DESCRIPTION OF ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND QUALIFICATIONS.


 How To Apply:

Interested candidates should submit their resume, cover letter, and professional references to James Woodruff, District Engineer jwoodruff@KIDWater4UT.gov. Please include "KID Assistant District Engineer Application" in the subject line. The application deadline is Thursday, April 18, 2024, at 5:00pm. 

Kearns Improvement District is an equal opportunity employer and encourages candidates from diverse backgrounds to apply. 





Central Davis Sewer District is seeking for a Part-Time Accountant, 10 - 20 Hours per week, non-benefited.  $25 per hour, depending on experience.  Experience in general ledger, accounts receivable and Excel spreadsheets.  Additional administrative duties as assigned.


Please click HERE to view a FULL DESCRIPTION OF ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND QUALIFICATIONS.


 How To Apply:

Job description and application are available and may be picked up at the District office located at 2200 S Sunset Drive, Kaysville UT, Monday - Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Individuals may request the application and job description be emailed to them by contacting Jill at 801- 451-2190 or by email at jillj@cdsewer.org


Position will remain open until March 20, 2024, or until filled.











White City Water Improvement District is seeking qualified candidates to apply for the position of

 Clerk I or II.


Job Details 

Please click HERE to view a FULL DESCRIPTION OF ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND QUALIFICATIONS.


 How To Apply:

APPLICATIONS and RESUMES must be submitted to the White City Water Improvement District, 999 E. Galena Drive, White City, UT 84094. This position is open until filled with the first review on January 15, 2024.  Applications can be obtained from White City Water Improvement District, 999 E. Galena Drive, White City, UT 84094 or online at wcwid.org


Position will remain open until filled, with first review on January 15, 2024.

















JOB OPENING

Roy Water Conservancy District currently has a job opening for a full-time Finance Clerk position.  

Incumbents in this job provide financial management to the District including the identification, description appraisal, scheduling and classification of financial records series and District financial and human resource records management systems in accordance with State Archives policies; appraise and evaluate financial records for administrative, fiscal, legal, historical and research values; process permanent archival records for research use; and assist District representatives in scanning technology including guidelines for scanning public records, and assessing District scanning technology needs.  Also maintains security of classified and confidential records.  Incumbents in this job must possess a thorough knowledge of pertinent policies and procedures in order to manage the District financial program.  This job requires advanced skill in both utilizing and interfacing computerized finance systems, and in understanding system behavior related to unusual or specific circumstances.  Incumbents in this job present and defend practices, and interpret complex reports and fiscal statements; resolve, reconcile and adjust for special conditions; and participate in developing, modifying, or enhancing appropriate fiscal policies, procedures and practices.  Develops and interprets financial and human resource reports.  Incumbents research financial problem areas and exercise decision making in recording and analyzing financial and human resource data.  May supervise subordinate staff including determining workload and delegating assignments and training.

Applicants must be 18 years of age.  Graduation from a four year accredited college with a Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, or equivalent and ten (10) years of financial experience or any equivalent combination of education and experience is required.  Applicant must be able to pass a short accounting exam and questions.

(see Job Description for additional requirements).

Applications and resumes will be accepted for this position until the position is filled.  

Applications and resumes can be submitted through email















Municipal Services District is seeking qualified candidates to apply for the position of

 Economic Development Manager.


Job Details 

Please click HERE to view a FULL DESCRIPTION OF ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND QUALIFICATIONS.


 Please apply by visiting https://msd.utah.gov/Jobs.aspx 


Position will remain open until December 15, 2023.











Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation District is seeking to fill the position of Wastewater Collection System Operator I through IV to operate, maintain, inspect and repair the wastewater collection system. 

Experience with construction equipment and wastewater collection system operation desirable. Some computer skills necessary. 

Complete job descriptions available at www.sbwrd.org as well. 

A first review of applications and resume’s submitted is expected to take place on Friday, April 29, 2022.

The hiring annual salary for the prospective candidate is expected to range from $42,608 (no direct experience or certifications) to $86,577 (extensive, direct experience and all 4 certifications), depending on relevant experience and certification level. 

All applicants must have or be able to obtain a Utah Class A commercial driver license within six months of starting to work for the District. The successful candidate must also pass a post-offer, pre-employment drug screening and criminal background check. Excellent government benefits include full health and Utah State retirement plan. 

Applications available at www.sbwrd.org and will be accepted until position is filled

Send completed application and resume to Bryan Steele, Finance & HR Manager, to bsteele@sbwr.org or mail to Mr. Steele at 2800 Homestead Rd., Park City, UT 84098, (435) 649-7993. FAX (435) 649-8040. Please NOTE that the resume does not substitute for the required, completed application

The District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.