Employment opportunities are currently available with Arizona Water Company for the position(s) listed below. The Company only accepts applications for current openings. Submit Employment Application as instructed below.
Arizona Water Company, an investor-owned public utility serving customers throughout Arizona, is seeking a full-time Customer Service Representative for its Apache Junction office. Responsibilities include: accept and post payments and deposits from customers, prepare bank deposits, prepare service orders, answer phones, type letters, forms, records and reports, and reconcile daily and monthly reports. Also, must respond to customer inquiries, including service, rates, credit and billing. Good knowledge of Microsoft Office and precise math skills a must. Requirements include a high school diploma or GED and residency in the Apache Junction area. Arizona Water Company offers a competitive wage and excellent benefits package. Send detailed resume to:
Arizona Water Company, an investor-owned public utility serving customers throughout Arizona, is seeking an Engineering Development Coordinator. This position reports to the Vice President – Engineering and is located in the company’s Casa Grande office.
Responsibilities include: coordinate and manage the engineering review and approval process of all outside consultants’ designs of water infrastructure for quality control and to ensure compliance with the Company’s material specifications, details and design requirements. Ensure receipt of all required permits, funding and approvals. Coordinate projects with both developer and company engineers.
Requirements include five years’ experience as detail designer, plan reviewer or land development with a water utility. Must have knowledge of engineering design standards and principles, and potable water design requirements. Must have excellent organizational and communication skills.
The company offers a competitive wage and benefit package, including company paid medical, vision, dental, holidays, vacation, and 401(k).
Arizona Water Company, an investor-owned public utility serving customers throughout Arizona, is seeking a Development Engineer for its Phoenix corporate office. Responsibilities include overseeing and managing development activities, including: planning, coordinating, administering and evaluating private development projects, and developing and implementing processes, procedures, systems, standards and services. Must have a BS degree in civil engineering, plus four years experience in Project Management, Engineering Design, Land Development and/or Development Agreements. Any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the knowledge and abilities necessary to perform the work is acceptable. Engineer-in-Training preferred. Also, must have an ADEQ Water Distribution Operator 2 certification, or obtain it within 18 months. Valid Arizona driver’s license with an acceptable driving record is required.
Arizona Water Company offers a competitive wage and benefits package, including company paid health insurance, 401(k), and holiday, vacation and sick leave. Send detailed resume to:
The Company's employment practices are conducted in a manner that enables it to achieve its objective of equal employment opportunity, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, marital status, national origin, age, disability or status as a veteran. The Company's practice of non-discrimination applies to all areas of employment for which an individual may be qualified. The Company is committed to utilizing fully and fairly the abilities of all of its employees and expects each of its employees to honor its equal employment opportunity practice and to treat one another equally and with respect at all times.
Applicants for employment are expected to thoroughly and accurately complete the Company's Employment Application form. Employees must be not less than age 18, be a U.S. citizen or have valid working papers, and be willing to work reasonable amounts of overtime, including weekends, when necessary. Employees must also possess a valid Arizona operator's license or commercial driver's license and have and maintain an acceptable driving record.