The Clark Regional Wastewater District (District) is looking for talented professionals to join our team. Our mission is to provide customer-focused, professional wastewater services in an environmentally and financially responsible manner. One of the largest sewer districts in Washington State, we envision ourselves as an active partner in the community, supporting economic development and protecting public health and the environment.
It takes a dynamic team of motivated and talented employees to provide residents with access to high-quality sewer service at competitive rates. For this reason, the District provides its employees with a comprehensive benefits program, a competitive salary, and a stable and professional work environment. Some of the benefits include 100% employer-paid medical, dental and vision coverage for the employee and family, paid vacation and sick leave, licensure & certification incentives, and Public Employee Retirement System (PERS) retirement plan. Relocation expense reimbursement is available for eligible applicants.
How to Apply
For position descriptions and information on how to apply, click on an open position link or go to GovernmentJobs.com. If there are no positions listed please check back soon.
Applicants who require reasonable accommodation to participate in any phase of the application process should contact Human Resources at 360-360-5303 or email email@example.com.
Employment with the District shall be subject to and conditioned upon all applicable federal, state, local and District health and safety regulations, rules, requirements and protocol, as the same may develop or change from time to time.
Conditional Offer of Employment
References will be required and checked prior to a Conditional Offer of Employment being extended. Candidates selected to fill an open position will receive a Conditional Offer of Employment pending successful completion of all required screenings. Some positions may require some or all the following: criminal background screening, an acceptable driving record, drug/alcohol screening, and the successful completion of a medical evaluation.
Employees serve an initial orientation (probationary) period of 6 months. During the orientation period, an employee may be separated at any time without right of appeal.