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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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Under general supervision this position will prepare and analyze financial and general information relevant to the work area including booking journal entries, processing monthly, quarterly, and yearly financial data and more.
Under general supervision, this individual provides a variety of specialized and complex administrative support to fulfill the needs of the Finance Division.
Surveyor is responsible for supervising personnel associated with the dispatch of projects. Manage the project scope of work and expectations of clients. Ensure that all safety procedures are followed.
This individual will maintain, calibrate, and repair network and industrial control systems, which includes various instrumentation devices, water quality analyzer equipment, network communications equipment, and uninterruptible power supplies (UPS).
The candidates will be working under direct supervision, performing technical survey work in the field or office. They’ll assist with setting up survey measuring equipment including: levels, GPS, total stations, and electronic data collectors.
Legal interns must excel at research and writing, and they may be called upon to answer questions involving: natural resources, public lands, water, contracts, real estate, business, employment, municipal law and civil litigation.
Performs technical survey work in the field or office. Assists with setting up survey measuring equipment including levels, GPS, total stations, and electronic data collectors.
Denver Water’s Operations and Maintenance Division/Water Quality/Treatment/Recycling Section is currently seeking a qualified candidate to assist us as either a Water Treatment Technician OR Water Treatment Sr. Technician.
In this role you will develop, maintain, and analyze performance reports in a SQL database for Customer Relations Division.


How to Apply

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

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Denver Water’s overall goal is to retain and attract top performers.