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Job Announcements

Assistant Finance Manager

Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation District (“the District”) is now accepting applications for a full-time Assistant Finance Manager to work in the District Administrative office. Under the direction of the Finance Manager, this person will perform all human resource duties, including payroll administration. Will also have numerous financial duties, including routine accounts payable management, and learning the Finance Manager duties to serve as a backup in his/her absence.

Position pay range is $68,546 - $113,100 per year, with all full-time benefits including Utah State retirement, 401K, and insurances covering health, dental, life and disability. A complete job description detailing job duties and requirements immediately follows this announcement page.

BRIEF SUMMARY:  Under the supervision of the Finance Manager.  Responsible for Human Resource duties including management of wages and benefits, personnel policies and procedures, employee evaluations scheduling and results implementation. Performs payroll and accounts payable processing. Serves as backup in absence of Finance Manager, for meeting attendance and making non-binding, situational decisions. Also responsible for maintaining various human resource and financial files and documents.

CLICK HERE for full job description and additional details.

APPLICATIONS can be obtained at: http://www.sbwrd.org/wp- content/uploads/2013/06/Employment-Application.pdf or at 2800 Homestead Road, Park City, Utah 84098.

A first review of submitted applications & resumes is planned for Friday, October 1, 2021. In addition to the required completed application, a resume’ is encouraged. Questions may be directed to Brian Passey, Finance/HR Manager, by sending via email to bpassey@sbwrd.org or by telephone (435)214-5226.

SBWRD is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

Job Closing Date:

Open Until Filled

Job Summary

Under the direction of the Executive Director, serves as the Oquirrh Recreation and Parks District Controller. Directs and supports the maintaining, administering, and developing of financial systems, services, and programs including budget, payables, payroll, and analysis of financial data. Provide support with human resource and IT functions. Supervises Accounting/HR Specialists and others as assigned. Provides support and reporting to the District Board of Trustees. May serve as acting Director upon the absence of the Director.

Job Description

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For a complete job description, please email: Kevin Schmidt, Exec. Director at kschmidt@kopfc.com

Application Procedure

Please submit application, resume, cover letter and supplemental documentation (certificates, degrees, etc.) to: Chris Johnson at cjohnson@KOPFC.com or mail to:
KOPFC, 5624 S Cougar Lane, Kearns, UT 84118.

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V

Job Closing Date:

  • Closing date is Wednesday, September 29, 2021 at midnight.

Kearns Improvement District has an opening for a System Operator I

Job Summary

An example of the duties for this position is as follows:

Installs, maintains, and repairs water/sewer service connections and water/sewer lines.

  • Installs new utility lines using a variety of power and hand tools

  • Tears out and repair curb, gutter, and street in locating and uncovering broken lines;

  • Performs miscellaneous cement work.

  • Builds meter boxes and extensions to raise or lower existing boxes as needed.

  • Installs and maintains pressure regulating valves, meters, and strainers, and monitors water

    reservoirs to assure proper levels.

  • Installs, maintains, and repairs sewer connections and lines.

  • Maintains and installs manholes.

  • Operates rodding and power flushing equipment as needed to clear line obstructions and maintain

    system flow.

  • On-call emergency after-hour maintenance & repair responsibilities. Must be able to respond to

    calls within 20 minutes of emergency calls.


  • High school diploma or GED.

  • One year of related work experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience which provides similar knowledge, skills and abilities.

  • Must possess a valid Utah driver’s license and good driving record.

  • Must obtain a Grade I State of Utah Water Distribution within six (6) months and Grade I Sewer

    Collection Operator Certifications within twelve (12) months of hire date.

  • Must complete OSHA Competent Person Training and confined space training within three (3) months

    of date in position.


  • 100% Employer-Paid Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance

  • Retirement Plan and 401K

  • Paid Vacation and Sick Time

  • Opportunities for advancement


    Closing Date: Thursday, Sep 30, 2021

    Persons desiring to apply for this post, please email your resume to:

    Robert Lutz, Operations Manager


    5350 West 5400 South, Kearns, UT 84118 801-968-1011

    Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V

    Job Closing Date:

    Thursday, September 30, 2021

Job Summary

This is a professional planning position having a broad range of responsibility. The Planning Manager provides technical assistance to a professional staff engaged in a wide range of programmatic responsibilities that support the mission and goals of the department. 

See msd.utah.gov for a description of the District, its member municipalities, and its services.

Job Description

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Application Procedure

Candidates may apply for this position by submitting a cover letter, resume' and references to  MSDJobs@msd.utah.gov

or visit the MSD website at   https://msd.utah.gov/employment.

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V

Job Closing Date:

Open until filled

Job Summary

Under the general guidance and direction of the Planning Manager, performs professional planning work including but not limited to facilitating application submittal requirements for proposed developments, hosting pre-application meetings, coordinating review processes with other departments and agencies, collecting and presenting data, preparing reports for Planning Commissions and Metro Councils in support of urban and regional planning, development and zoning activities for the Municipal Service District (MSD). 

See msd.utah.gov for a description of the District, its member municipalities, and its services. 

Job Description

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Application Procedure

Candidates may apply for this position by submitting a cover letter, resume' and references to  MSDJobs@msd.utah.gov

or visit the MSD website at   https://msd.utah.gov/employment.

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V

Job Closing Date:

Open until filled

Job Summary

The Permitting and Licensing Technician performs a variety of technical, paraprofessional, and customer service-related activities related to the business license and permitting processes. The Permitting and Licensing Technician provides support to the building department, which may include basic plan reviews, scheduling building inspections, and permit issuance. Permitting and Licensing Technicians will also support business license activities, such as issuing business licenses, maintaining a variety of records, and coordinating necessary approvals with Planning and Zoning.

See msd.utah.gov for a description of the District, its member municipalities, and its services.

Job Description

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Application Procedure

Candidates may apply for this position by submitting a cover letter, resume' and references to  MSDJobs@msd.utah.gov

or visit the MSD website at   https://msd.utah.gov/employment.

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V

Job Closing Date:

Open until filled

Engineer 1

The Snyderville Basin Water Reclamation District is seeking for qualified candidates to apply for the position of Engineer 1.

Primary responsibilities of this position include review and coordination of wastewater collection system projects with developers, engineers, contractors, and government agencies. 

EIT certification is required and a minimum 2 years of experience in wastewater collection system design/design review preferred. Ability to obtain Professional Engineer License in 2 to 3 years is desirable. Must be proficient in use of Microsoft Office applications, AutoCAD, ESRI ArcMap, and other engineering related software. 

Applicant must be energetic, mature, have strong public relations and communications skills, and have the ability to manage multiple projects. Must be able to pass a post-offer, pre-employment drug and alcohol screening and background check.. 

Salary range $62,490 - $103,110 DOE/DOQ. Excellent benefits. 

Employment applications accepted until the position is filled.

Applications can be obtained at  http://www.sbwrd.org/docs/employment_application.pdf.  

Send completed application and resume to:

 2800 Homestead Rd.

Park City, UT 84098 

435-649-7993 or e-mail to batwood@sbwrd.org. 

Resume’s are welcome but are NOT a substitute for the required, completed application. 

SBWRD is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

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Government Relations Assistant (Part time)

This position supports the Government Relations team by delivering research and administrative services primarily by owning and administering our political contacts database in Salesforce. This position will include inputting and monitoring data to ensure that the database of federal, state, and local officials and staff are accurate and current. This position will also include monitoring elections and any midcycle changes. Additional responsibilities include: assisting with tracking legislation and committee hearings during the state legislative session, along with various administrative duties as assigned. This position will have the ability to work remotely, with access to work occasionally at FLHQ

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Please send a cover letter, resume, and references to MSDJobs@msd.utah.gov or visit our direct website at https://msd.utah.gov/employment.

The Building Inspector performs building inspections on new and existing structures to ensure compliance with all applicable codes, ordinances, and relevant laws. The Building Inspector also reviews plans and specifications submitted for building permits for compliance to applicable codes, ordinances, and relevant laws. The Building Inspector may perform storm-water inspections as needed.


  • Inspects industrial, commercial, residential, and detached buildings during all phases of construction and/or remodeling to ensure compliance with State adopted International Codes and local ordinances.

  • Provides technical support and guidance to contractors, architects, engineers, and homeowners to answer questions and provide information about the application, inspection, and correction process.

  • Attends pre-construction meetings, on-site progress meetings, project acceptance meeting to communicate requirements with developers and contractors through all phases of work.

  • Inspects existing buildings for change of use or occupancy to ensure compliance with the adopted State Codes and local ordinances.

  • Maintains records of inspections and inspections results and keeps a daily work record, using standard inspection forms and/or computer. Document’s inspection results to verify inspection progress and completion.

  • Prepares, issues, and tracks necessary violation orders and notices needed to ensure compliance with adopted State Codes and local ordinances.

  • Performs on-site drainage, erosion, grading, and sediment control inspections on common residential or commercial land development projects, capital improvement projects and other related construction activities in accordance with Salt Lake County MS4 Permit requirements.

  • Conducts construction site inspections for compliance with Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP) and Utah Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (UPDES) provisions; creates and maintains reports and records of inspections.

  • Performs business license inspections including interpretations of existing non-complying conditions and situations; makes decisions as to required actions and corrections and issues notices on violations.

  • Inspects buildings on a complaint basis or after fires or natural disasters to determine if a dangerous condition exists; Works with owner to correct code deficiency, ensures that all requests for inspections regarding complaints are appropriately completed and followed through.

  • Maintains confidentiality of all privileged information, contributes to a team effort, and accomplishes related results as required.

  • Performs other functions as necessary or as assigned. MARGINAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
    Performs other functions as necessary or as assigned. NATURE OF WORK CONTACTS:

  • Interacts daily and coordinates with District personnel to discuss everyday operating situations.

  • Frequently collaborate and work closely with external agencies, service providers, and technology resource


  • Interacts with customers to communicate and respond to their utility service concerns.

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MSD Building Inspector

• Must possess a valid Driver’s License issued by the State of Utah shall be required to operate a vehicle. TRAINING & QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Three (3) years of experience reading and interpreting blueprints and/or an equivalent combination of related education and experience. ICC Combination Residential Certification, ICC Combination Commercial Building Certification and State of Utah Combination Inspector license preferred at time of hiring; or any combination of education, experience, and training which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities listed in this job description.

  • Knowledge of building permit and plan processing procedures, construction terminology, State building, fire, life, and safety codes; principles and interpretation of the ICC Residential Code, ICC Building Code, lCC Existing Building Code, ICC Energy Code, ICC Plumbing, ICC Mechanical, National Electrical Code and Wildland-Urban Interface Code.

  • Conduct residential and commercial plan reviews; comprehend and apply technical information; organize and present information clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; use personal computers and related software applications, such as spreadsheets, database programs, project management software and office automation.

  • Work under pressure and with minimal supervision with interruptions and challenging deadlines

  • Supports the relationship between the MSD and the public by demonstrating courteous and cooperative

    behavior when interacting with citizens, visitors, and MSD staff; maintains confidentiality of work-related issues and proprietary MSD information; performs other duties as required or assigned.


    The work environment characteristics 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.

    Salary Minimum $55,102.00; Salary Maximum $79,803.00

The Division of Drinking Water at the Utah Department of Environmental Quality is looking for an individual with a passion and dedication for public health to lead the Lead Free Learning Initiative.

The Division is looking for a full-time temporary (two years) Program Coordinator to lead the lead-free school program. This is a grant funded position with benefits, $21 per hour, and reports directly to an Assistant Director.

The main responsibility of this position is to educate stakeholders and potential program participants of the risk to children from exposure to lead in drinking water, coordinate and track the testing of lead in water at schools and daycares, and help participants identify and implement measures to minimize drinking water lead exposure to children. This will be done through outreach and coordination with state and local health departments, counties, the State Board of Education, the State lab, school districts, and child daycare facilities.

The ideal candidate possesses a bachelor’s degree in science (e.g., chemistry, public health), has a couple of years of experience working with a wide variety of stakeholders, and has problem solving skills.

Please contact:      Mimi Ujiie, Assistant Director