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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.


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This analyst is responsible for assisting internal business customers in understanding and controlling their software licensing costs by avoiding legal pitfalls related to licensing by leveraging Industry best practices.
Under direct supervision, perform routine duties in the areas of sampling and monitoring the watershed, treatment plants, potable and recycling distribution systems, and domestic wells.
Under general supervision, perform a variety of duties essential to the operation and maintenance of water treatment plants and appurtenant structures.
In this role, you will have the opportunity to educate youth about Denver Water’s role as a water provider, the unique realities of water in Colorado and efficient water-use behavior.
In this role, you will be responsible for supporting youth education strategies and building a foundation of support through positive relationships with students, educators, school districts and others.
You will be the primary point of contact for educators and other programming requestors from parts or all of 10 public school districts, dozens of private schools and other audiences.
The Water Quality Manager is responsible for the management of the: sampling and monitoring program, disinfection program for system improvement and development activities, and cross connection control program.
This role is responsible for the process of selecting, monitoring and assessing the status of Denver Water’s project portfolio through a set of standardized enterprise project management processes, procedures, methodologies and reporting.
The SOS Manager is responsible for the personnel and facilities that collect, divert and store raw water.
This position assists the organization by removing, install, disassembling, repairing, and testing water meters in the shop and field using hoists, lifts, and various hand tools.

 

How to Apply

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

Total Rewards

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