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Join Denver Water … and be part of something special

In 1918, Denver residents voted to create a five-member Board of Water Commissioners, which formed the organization we know today as Denver Water. We proudly serve high-quality water to 1.4 million people in the city of Denver and many surrounding suburbs. For all this time, we have remained devoted to the people we serve, communities across the state of Colorado, and the natural environment.

Our customers trust and support our ability to provide clean, safe, great-tasting water — without fail — to a thriving city supported by a healthy environment.

If this sounds like something you want to be a part of, we invite you to learn more about Denver Water and apply for a position that you think would be a good fit.

Current Job Openings

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Recreation is responsible for recreation activities for operating and non-operating property, including leases, agreements, and studies. Internship will provide public interface experience.
Denver Water’s Mechanical Engineering Group is responsible for providing mechanical expertise for Denver Water mechanical systems. Typical mechanical systems include pumps, hydro turbines, valves, and heating, ventilating and air conditioning equipment.
We are currently seeking two undergraduate level Engineering students for intern positions. One intern position will be primarily in the office. The other position will be a field position.
This This intern position will be assisting our GIS section and may be a paid position and//or for school credit, at the student’s choice.
The intern position will be for the months of May 2018 through August 2018 at 40 hours per week.
Denver Water’s Accounting Section is looking for an intern to assist Denver Water with identifying all Capital Leases as part of the new GASB pronouncement. This position will allow you to develop your public accounting work experience.
We are seeking qualified interns to assist us with projects at our Foothills Water Treatment Plant, Marston Water Treatment Plant, Moffat Water Treatment Plant and the Engineering Treatment section.
Under direct supervision, this individual will perform routine duties in the areas of sampling and monitoring the watershed, treatment plants, potable and recycling distribution systems, and domestic wells.


How to Apply

Denver Water’s online job application system gives our candidates greater flexibility in the application process.

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