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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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This intern position will be assisting our Design Drafting section in our Engineering Division by providing design drafting, supporting Programs and Projects Capital Projects and record drawings.
The Water Quality & Treatment section is looking for an intern to use project management tools to put together an overall work plan.
The Water Quality & Treatment section is looking for an intern to spend 50% of their time on the organization’s finished water quality goals and other 50% of their time helping Water Quality Lab with seasonal water quality lab sampling efforts.
The candidate will be working with our Engineering Division/Mechanical Engineering Section, and will be able to perform duties under supervision.
The Treatment Engineering Section is responsible for collaborating with Operations and Maintenance on the planning and delivery of capital projects at Denver Water’s three drinking water plants (Foothills, Marston, and Moffat) and the Recycling Plant.
This internship will be focused on the development of a legionella monitoring and control plan.Specific concentration will be placed on the Operations Complex Redevelopment (OCR).
The Water Quality and Treatment section is looking for an intern to work with the Startup and Commissioning group to support a small water recycling system coming online this fall.
This intern position will be assisting our GIS section in our Administrative Services Division by providing GIS support to different projects.
The External Affairs Division/ Customer Service Field Section is currently seeking a qualified candidate to assist us as Dispatcher.
The Demand Planning section, prepares and presents demographic projections and raw and treated water consumption forecasts; develops both short-term and long-range plans for facility development coordinates and prepares the Ten-Year Capital Program.
Denver Water’s Office of General Counsel seeks a senior-level attorney with expertise in environmental law and litigation to join our team.
The Water Resource Strategy Section of the External Affairs division, operates the Raw Water collection system, develops both short-term and long-range water supply plans and implements programs to increase that supply.
This internship will involve working with Denver Water’s Industrial Control Systems section of the Information Technology division.
Currently seeking a qualified candidate to join the Business Technology Management Office (BTMO) who will report to the Director of the BTMO.
These internship positions will be for the months of May 2019 to August 2019 at 32 to 40+ hours per week. The two positions will be in the field position assisting with data for the Cathodic Protection (CP) program.
The position will be in the field position assisting corrosion control efforts on Denver Water property throughout the Metro-Denver area.
The Hydraulics Summer Measurements Program collects data essential to the operation, planning and design of the treated water distribution system.
TheExternal Affairs division develops both short-term and long-range integrated plans and options for water supply and implements programs to increase that supply through various means.
The External Affairs Division/Public Affairs Section is hiring an intern to assist with the creation of videos and photographs for its TAP news site, publications, internal communications and social media channels.
The External Affairs Division/Customer Relations Section is currently seeking a qualified candidate to assist us as a Field Technician.
The Operations and Maintenance Division/Water Distribution Section within Emergency Services is currently seeking a qualified candidate to assist us as a Utility Technician.
The Engineering Division/Programs and Projects Section is currently seeking a qualified candidate to assist us as either an Engineer Associate, Engineer or Engineer Sr. in the Civil/Infrastructure Group.
Perform installation and maintenance of all aspects of plumbing work including commercial and residential heating within facilities, treatment plants, pump stations, vaults, and other sites.
Legal Interns must excel at research and writing, and they may be called upon to answer questions involving any of the above areas of law.
Denver Water’s Engineering Division is currently seeking qualified candidates to fill a position in the Programs and Projects Design Drafting Section as a Drafter Associate or Drafter.
Under direct supervision, the individual will represent Denver Water as the first point of contact to our customers in a variety of related activities.
The Engineering Division's Survey Section is seeking a Survey Supervisor (Party Chief) or a Surveyor, depending on qualifications of selected candidate.
The person in this position will support 24x7 production systems and work with application staff to aid in new development efforts, maintenance of existing systems, etc.

 

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