Valley Water

The Santa Clara Valley Water District, now known as Valley Water, is a special district, governed by a seven-member board of directors, and is responsible for water supply, flood protection and watershed management in Santa Clara County. The district encompasses all of the county’s 1,300 square miles and serves the area’s 15 cities, 1.7 million residents and more than 200,000 commuters. Our responsibilities flow from our dual missions: to provide high quality water, and to manage flood and storm waters along the county’s 700 miles of creeks and rivers.

The mission of the district is a healthy, safe, and enhanced quality of living in Santa Clara County through the comprehensive management of water resources in a practical, cost-effective and environmentally sensitive manner.

7 job(s) at Valley Water

Santa Clara Valley Water District San Jose, California, United States
Mar 13, 2019
Full Time
Description Director of Information Technology / Deputy Administrative Officer Valley Water Annual Salary $203,798 - $263,161 DOE/DOQ Our Mission: Provide Silicon Valley safe, clean water for a healthy life, environment and economy. The Santa Clara Valley Water District (Valley Water) is hiring a Deputy Administrative Officer of Information Technology (IT Director) to lead and oversee IT applications, infrastructure and services for the utility, which includes size and scope. This is a great career opportunity if you are looking for an organization that is primed and ready for change. You should be interested in working with internal business needs of the organization, improving services and accessibility to our customers, and maintaining data and systems security while deploying innovative technology solutions. The next IT Director will be experienced at managing a large-scale IT department with unique business services, complex funding, and large-scale enterprise projects. The ideal candidate will be an excellent leader and organizational partner, possess strong customer service, verbal and written communication skills, be business and politically savvy, and have a high-level of emotional intelligence. For more information please see the complete recruitment brochure: https://wbrowncreative.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Brochure-Director-of-IT-DAO-Valley-Water-II.pdf HOW TO APPLY: for first consideration APPLY by April 4, 2019 at: https://wbrowncreative.com/job-board Please contact your recruiter, Wendi Brown, with any questions: wendi@wbrowncreative.com 866-929-WBCP (9227) toll free 541-664-0376 (direct) Closing Date/Time: 4/8/2019 5:00 PM Pacific
Santa Clara Valley Water District San Jose, California, United States
Mar 02, 2019
Full Time
Description Deputy Administrative Officer of General Services Valley Water Annual Salary $203,798 - $263,161 DOE/DOQ Our Mission: Provide Silicon Valley safe, clean water for a healthy life, environment and economy. The Santa Clara Valley Water District (now known as Valley Water) is hiring a Deputy Administrative Officer of the General Services Division who will provide oversight, leadership, and strategic support to procurement, contracts administration, warehouse services, vehicle and equipment management, facilities management, and business and customer support services for the agency. The ideal candidate will be customer-focused, solutions-oriented and possess a strong understanding of principles and practices of effective public sector procurement, contract management, and knowledge of facilities and fleet operations, and be a trust-builder, engaged leader, collaborative partner, and excellent communicator. For more information please see the complete recruitment brochure: https://wbrowncreative.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Brochure-DAO-GS-SCVWD-5-FINAL.pdf HOW TO APPLY: for first consideration APPLY by March 28, 2019at: https://wbrowncreative.com/job-board Please contact your recruiter, Wendi Brown, with any questions: wendi@wbrowncreative.com 866-929-WBCP (9227) toll free 541-664-0376 (direct) Closing Date/Time: 3/28/2019 5:00 PM Pacific
Santa Clara Valley Water District San Jose, California, United States
Mar 23, 2019
Full Time
Description Do you have at least three years of experience advocating an organization's legislative and policy issues ? Do you possess the ability to engage decision makers and influence stakeholders? If so, please check out this opportunity! Office of Government Relations (Position Code 0281) Duties: This position will provide professional and analytical assistance in the government relations program; conduct analyses of proposed legislation on District functions and programs, make recommendations; attend and advocate during external meetings in order to influence stakeholders and external associations, develop and implement new strategic outreach programs by engaging and providing information to elected officials, businesses, diversity groups and other community leaders, represent the District and make presentations to various boards, commissions, committees, city councils, and outside agencies as necessary, and perform a variety of analytical duties pertinent to the government relations program. Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Analyze and evaluate critical and current legislation, policies, and other programs, determine possible effects upon the District, make recommendations for actions. Support engaging government bodies and key stakeholders, and obtaining government and key stakeholder support on specific legislative issues relevant to the District as a whole, including preparing specific speaking points, white papers, and other advocacy materials for presentation to external policy and decision makers on a regular basis, and attending and advocating on the District's behalf during external meetings, including testifying before and presenting to government bodies and advocacy stakeholder groups. Assist with coordination of the annual Water Walk Tour and other strategic tours throughout the year. Process community event sponsorships, including sending out applications, analyzing applications, and drafting recommendations. Schedule and prepare materials for Mayor/City Manager meetings, joint meetings with city councils and the County Board of Supervisors, and elected and appointed official briefings; assist with coordinating and conducting the annual stakeholder engagement event. Provide staff assistance to assigned supervisory or management staff; participate on a variety of committees; prepare and present presentations, staff reports and other materials as appropriate and necessary. Support the unit's needs for booths and events during community events throughout the year. Ideal Candidate's Background Includes: Applicants whose experience and background best match the ideal experience, knowledge, skills, abilities and education are considered ideal candidates for the position. To determine the top candidates, each applicant will be assessed based on the ideal candidate criteria listed below. Ideal candidate's background includes: 3+ years of experience: Advocating an organization's legislative and policy issues to influence elected and appointed officials, stakeholders and external associations or similar experience influencing public perception. Conducting analysis of proposed legislation and their effects on an organization. Preparing speaking points, presentations, white papers and other advocacy materials for presentation. Serving municipalities or organizations at the local and regional, state, or federal level (cities, counties, special districts, nonprofits, stakeholder groups, etc.). Coordinating events, meetings, tours, or activities. Bachelor's degree in political science, public policy, public administration, law, environmental studies, public affairs, urban planning or relevant; Master's degree is preferred. Ability to: Collect, interpret and evaluate varied information. Engage and influence elected officials, boards, committees, agencies, and key advocacy stakeholders. Understand Valley Water processes and adapt to changing priorities. Excellent communications skills - ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing. Juggle competing priorities without missing deadlines. Multi-task while paying attention to all the details and performing assignments in a timely fashion to ensure deadlines are met. Represent the unit/division and Valley Water in meetings with governmental agencies, community groups, and various businesses, professional, and regulatory organizations, and in meetings with individuals. High-priority skills include: Organizational, analytical, critical thinking and problem-solving skills, with proven research capabilities. Sterling judgment, savvy political skills, and strategy. Ability to produce high quality work and operate under pressure. Knowledge of: Public and legislative policy and public administration (could include government affairs, public affairs, or similar). Coordination and involvement with stakeholder groups. Applicable federal, state, and local laws, regulatory codes, ordinances, and procedures relevant to the government relations program. License or Certificate Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate, valid California driver's license. Individuals who do not meet the driver's license requirement due to a disability will be considered for a reasonable accommodation on a case-by-case basis. To review the Classification Specification, please click here Selection Process (1) The selection process may include one or more of the following:application review, application assessment, performance test, written test and/or oral interview examination. (2) The Employment Application, Qualifying Information Questions and/or Supplemental Questions will be evaluated based on the ideal candidate criteria listed above.Resumes are recommended. NOTE: Position and start date is subject to availability of funds. Valley Water retains the right to repost this position as deemed necessary. Consideration may be given to existing applicant pools within the same classification. Valley Water's Equal Opportunity Non-Discrimination Policy is available for review upon request. Valley Water will make reasonable efforts in the examination process to accommodate persons with disabilities.Please advise Human Resources in advance of any special needs by calling 1-408-630-2260. Please be aware that once submitted all application materials become the property of Valley Water and will not be returned.Human Resources staff is not authorized to make copies of application materials for applicants. Closing Date/Time: 4/16/2019 11:59 PM Pacific
Santa Clara Valley Water District San Jose, California, United States
Mar 05, 2019
Full Time
Description Pacheco Project Delivery Unit (Position Code 1015) Duties: The Senior Environmental Planner supervises environmental planning staff, either internal or external, in the preparation of environmental documentation for the Pacheco Project Delivery Unit within Dam Safety and Capital Delivery Division. The incumbent will oversee the performance of environmental services consultant(s) in the assessment, drafting, and finalization of both CEQA and NEPA documents for the Pacheco Reservoir Expansion Project, as well as other Water Utility Capital projects as assigned. S/he will also prepare and negotiate permits with federal, state, and local agencies and assist in ensuring compliance with permits and programs . https://www.valleywater.org/project-updates/dam-reservoir-projects/pacheco-reservoir-expansion-project-proposed Key Responsibilities include, but are not limited to : PachecoReservoir Expansion CEQA development. PachecoReservoir Expansion NEPA development. Lead permitting of projects assigned. Ensure permit compliance. Ideal Candidate's Background includes: Applicants whose experience and background best match the ideal experience, knowledge, skills, abilities and education are considered ideal candidates for the position. To determine the top candidates, each applicant will be assessed based on the ideal candidate criteria as listed below. Ideal Experience: Seven (7) years of professional level environmental planning or related experience involving the evaluation of the impact of proposed public works or capital projects or facilities on the community and the environment. Preparation of CEQA/NEPA documents on a complex dam or other water infrastructure project. Successful regulatory permit negotiation and acquisition on a complex dam or other water infrastructure project. Ideal Knowledge, Skills and Abilities : Knowledge of the CEQA/NEPA process as it relates to the planning, design and construction of a dam or other water infrastructure project. Detailed understanding of the requirements of the environmental regulatory agencies, both state and federal, including but not limited to the United States Army Corps of Engineers, US Bureau of Reclamation, Regional Water Quality Control Board, US Fish and Wildlife Service, CA Department of Fish and Wildlife and the CA Department of Water Resources. Ability to represent the agency in inter-agency and public meetings concerning environmental matters. Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships on a complex. project with multi-disciplinary teams. Ability to deal with conflict and controversial issues. Ideal Training and Education: Equivalent to a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in environmental studies, environmental planning, city and regional planning, environmental science, natural resources management, geography, or a closely related field. License or Certificate Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate, valid California driver's license. Individuals who do not meet the driver's license requirement due to a disability will be considered for a reasonable accommodation on a case-by-case basis. To review the Classification Specification, please click here Selection Process (1) The selection process may include one or more of the following:application review, application assessment, performance test, written test and/or oral interview examination. (2) The Employment Application, Qualifying Information Questions and/or Supplemental Questions will be evaluated based on the ideal candidate criteria listed above.Resumes are recommended. NOTE: Position and start date is subject to availability of funds. Valley Water retains the right to repost this position as deemed necessary. Consideration may be given to existing applicant pools within the same classification. Valley Water's Equal Opportunity Non-Discrimination Policy is available for review upon request. Valley Water will make reasonable efforts in the examination process to accommodate persons with disabilities.Please advise Human Resources in advance of any special needs by calling 1-408-630-2260. Please be aware that once submitted all application materials become the property of Valley Water and will not be returned.Human Resources staff is not authorized to make copies of application materials for applicants. Closing Date/Time: 4/7/2019 11:59 PM Pacific
Santa Clara Valley Water District San Jose, California, United States
Mar 01, 2019
Full Time
Description Environmental Planning Unit (Position Code 0685) Duties: The Associate Environmental Planner will support Watershed Capital flood protection, maintenance, and stewardship projects in project development, impact avoidance and minimization, compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act and National Environmental Policy Act, and natural resource permitting. This position will perform complex and difficult environmental planning work related to the development and implementation of watershed-wide projects; to coordinate and prepare environmental documents; to evaluate and report on the environmental impact of District projects; to develop and implement appropriate mitigation; and to perform a variety of professional duties relative to assigned area of responsibility. This is a journey level environmental planning position that will focus on assisting project teams in the planning phase and the organization and delivery of documentation compliant with both the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). This position will work closely to support the environmental planning and permitting of Capital, Stewardship, and Water quality projects. Key Responsibilities include, but are not limited to : Support Upper Penitencia Creek Flood Protection project: https://www.valleywater.org/project-updates/creek-river-projects/upper-penitencia-creek-flood-protection Support Lower Calero Flood Protection project: https://www.valleywater.org/project-updates/lower-berryessa-creek-flood-protection-project Write and review sections/chapter of One Water plan as requested by team: https://www.valleywater.org/your-water/one-water-plan Provide environmental documentation as a responsible agency for the District's Community Projects Review Unit. Provide environmental review for the District's grant program: https://www.valleywater.org/project-updates/grants-and-environmental-protection Applicants whose experience and background best match the ideal experience, knowledge, skills, abilities, and education are considered ideal candidates for the position. To determine the top candidates, each applicant will be assessed based on the ideal candidate criteria as listed below. Ideal Candidate's Background includes: Ideal Experience: Five years of environmental planning experience. Experience preparing California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) documents and NEPA documents. Experience working on multidisciplinary project teams. Ideal Knowledge: Fundamentals of permitting - stream bed alteration agreements, dredge and fill permits, water quality certifications, waste discharge requirements. Fundamentals of Environmental Impact Report preparation and compliance. Knowledge of mitigating for impacts. Ideal Skills and Abilities: Engage with regulators to ensure understanding of the project. Develop and evaluate project alternatives to ensure project development. Work well with multidisciplinary teams. Communicate effectively (both written and verbal). Deal with conflict and controversial issues. Problem solving. Show integrity, ethics, and transparency. Ideal Training and Education: Bachelor's degree in Land Use Planning, Biology Chemistry, Geography, Environmental Science, or Ecology. License or Certificate Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate, valid California driver's license. Individuals who do not meet the driver's license requirement due to a disability will be considered for reasonable accommodation on a case-by-case basis. To review the Classification Specification, please click here Selection Process (1) The selection process may include one or more of the following:application review, application assessment, performance test, written test and/or oral interview examination. (2) The Employment Application, Qualifying Information Questions and/or Supplemental Questions will be evaluated based on the ideal candidate criteria listed above.Resumes are recommended. NOTE: Position and start date is subject to availability of funds. Valley Water retains the right to repost this position as deemed necessary. Consideration may be given to existing applicant pools within the same classification. Valley Water's Equal Opportunity Non-Discrimination Policy is available for review upon request. Valley Water will make reasonable efforts in the examination process to accommodate persons with disabilities.Please advise Human Resources in advance of any special needs by calling 1-408-630-2260. Please be aware that once submitted all application materials become the property of Valley Water and will not be returned.Human Resources staff is not authorized to make copies of application materials for applicants. Closing Date/Time: 4/7/2019 11:59 PM Pacific
Santa Clara Valley Water District San Jose, California, United States
Mar 01, 2019
Full Time
Description Purchasing and Consultant Contracts Unit (Position Code 0103) NOTE:A 2.5% supervisory differential will apply. Duties: Under general direction, the Program Administrator (Contracts Supervisor) plans, organizes, supervises, and coordinates the procurement by contract of professional consultant services (architectural-engineering "A/E" and non-A/E consultants) and specialized District activities, and coordinates and oversees contract administration activities. The incumbent works on contracts that are highly complex and sensitive in nature, where substantial judgment and initiative are essential in making recommendations and resolving problems. This is a management and leadership position with oversight of a team of contract professionals. This position reports to the Manager of the Purchasing and Consultant Contracts Unit. Key Responsibilities Include, but are not limited to : Review and approve procurement request documents, cost estimates, scope, and other relevant information to initiate and implement a procurement strategy. Provides advice to personnel on procurement and contracting issues. Oversee the development, preparation and negotiation of complex contract proposals, competitive/non-competitive consultants, and service contracts. Assure that Invitations for Bids (IFBs), Requests for Proposals (RFPs), and other processes are conducted consistent with policy, laws and regulations. Evaluates proposals and determines responsiveness and responsibility of proposals. Collaborate with management and legal staff on the development of RFP, contract, and addendum boilerplate language. Monitors, revises, and enforces District procurement policies and procedures. Ensures that the District RFP and contract documents comply with the requirements of funding agencies for usage of grant funds. Ensures timely procurement practices and leads contract process improvements. Prepares reports, memorandums, and presentations on procurement program or contract issues. Oversees contract administration system, manages contracts work project list, and forecasts procurement requirements. Implements best practices in contract management practices, procedures and policies. Manage, lead, assign, develop and mentor staff engaged in contract administration activities. Ideal Candidate's Background includes: Applicants whose experience and background best match the ideal experience, knowledge, skills, abilities and education are considered ideal candidates for the position. To determine the top candidates, each applicant will be assessed based on the ideal candidate criteria as listed below. Ideal Experience: 6+ years of experience in public procurement and contract management, or a closely related field in the public-sector environment, including high value contract administration activities for professional services. 3+ years of increasingly responsible supervisory experience of staff. Ideal Knowledge: Theories, principals, and practices of contract administration for public agencies. Familiarity with Public Contact Code (PCC), Government Code (GOV), or Public Utility Code (PUC) or demonstrate experience with federal laws under a specific agency (such as FAA, FTA, FHWA). Procurement of professional services requiring specific licensure, including architectural and engineering services. Principles and techniques of budget preparation and program and personnel management. Principles and practices of supervision, training, and constructive discipline. Contract cost analysis, negotiations, and contract development. Accounting principles and practices. Ideal Skills and Abilities: Conduct and oversee RFP, IFB, and other types of solicitations. Prepare comprehensive specifications, contracts, reports and correspondence. Develop negotiation strategies and negotiate complex contracts. Define problems, evaluate, recommend, and implement alternative solutions to complex issues and problems. Develop, implement, and interpret goals, objectives, policies, procedures, work standards, and internal controls. Interpret and effectively use management information reports. Select, supervise, train, motivate, assign, evaluate, counsel, and discipline staff. Understand, interpret, and apply laws, rules, regulations, policies, and procedures. Prepare, control and apply statistical analysis to facilitate procurement forecasting. Communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing. Prepare and control a budget. Meets customer needs in terms of cost, quality, and timeliness and promotes positive customer and vendor relations. Effectively address and manage contract non-compliance and disputes. Efficiently and effectively use technology and resources to improve project workflow and process improvements for contract management. Ideal Training / Education: Bachelor's degree in Business or Public Administration or closely related field. License or Certificate Certification as a Certified Public Procurement Officer (CPPO) or Certified Professional Public Buyer (CPPB) is a plus. Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate, valid California driver's license. Individuals who do not meet the driver's license requirement due to a disability will be considered for a reasonable accommodation on a case-by-case basis. To review the Classification Specification, please click here Selection Process (1) The selection process may include one or more of the following:application review, application assessment, performance test, written test and/or oral interview examination. (2) The Employment Application, Qualifying Information Questions and/or Supplemental Questions will be evaluated based on the ideal candidate criteria as listed above.Resumes are recommended. NOTE: Position and start date is subject to availability of funds. The District retains the right to repost this position as deemed necessary. Consideration may be given to existing applicant pools within the same classification. Valley Water's Equal Opportunity Non-Discrimination Policy is available for review upon request. Valley Water will make reasonable efforts in the examination process to accommodate persons with disabilities.Please advise Human Resources in advance of any special needs by calling 1-408-630-2260. Please be aware that once submitted all application materials become the property of Valley Water and will not be returned.Human Resources staff is not authorized to make copies of application materials for applicants. Closing Date/Time:
Santa Clara Valley Water District San Jose, California, United States
Mar 19, 2019
Full Time
Description Watersheds Business Planning and Analysis Unit (Position Codes 0003 and 0947) NOTE:A 2.5% supervisory differential will apply (for Supervising Program Administrator position). The Santa Clara Valley Water District (now known as Valley Water) is seeking two Program Administrators to join our high-performing team. If you are analytical, upbeat and someone who can juggle multiple priorities, we want you.If so, you will thrive in this quick-paced team. Overview for Supervising Program Administrator: The Supervising Program Administrator (SPA) will be responsible for overseeing the implementation of the Safe Clean Water and the Natural Flood Protection Program (Safe, Clean Water Program) and will participate in the planning and development of a future voter approved ballot Measure B, in coordination with the Office of Government Relations and the Finance and Budget Office. For more information on the Safe Clean Water program please click on the following link: https://www.valleywater.org/project-updates/safe-clean-water-and-natural-flood-protection-program Key Responsibilities include, but are not limited to : Lead, and as necessary participate in, the development and/or delivery of Safe, Clean Water Program: annual reports: five-year implementation plan; Change Control Process; Independent Monitoring Committee's (IMC) annual review process; external independent audit responses; and strategic communications and outreach, including stream stewardship and Fisheries and Aquatic Habitat Collaborative Effort (FAHCE) projects. Perform Safe Clean Water Program oversight with the goal of ensuring delivery of the Key Performance Indicators for each of the 37 projects under the Program. This will require financial analysis in close coordination with Finance and Budget Office and Capital Improvement Program, to determine whether projects are over or under allocated and whether there are any key decision points requiring Board direction. In close coordination with the Office of Government Relations, the Finance and the Budget Office and project managers, plan and develop project descriptions, benefits and key performance indicators that align with the needs of Valley Water and priorities of the voters for a future Measure B. Overview for Program Administrator: The Program Administrator (PA) will be responsible for the development and implementation of the Valley Water's new Lands Management Program. This role will require the PA to research land rights and maintenance obligations; coordinate agency-wide to identify required maintenance; work with the environmental staff to develop a strategic approach to securing environmental clearances; and coordinate with Watersheds Field Operations and Vegetation Field Operations Units to ensure the work is included in their 5-year Operations and Maintenance (O&M) plans and scheduled for completion. The PA will also be responsible for developing and implementing a program responsible for the annual development of a rolling 5-year Operations and Maintenance Plan. For more information on Valley Water please click on the following link: www.valleywater.org Key Responsibilities include, but are not limited to : Lead the development and implementation of the Valley Water's Lands Management Program Lead the development and implementation of the Operations and Maintenance Planning Program, which includes the developing of the rolling 5-year Operations and Maintenance Plans for the Watersheds Field Operations and Vegetation Field Operations Units. Develop and produce reports related to the Valley Water's compliance with the maintenance requirements of the Valley Water's lands. Ideal Candidate's Background includes: Applicants whose experience and background best match the ideal experience, knowledge, skills, abilities, and education are considered ideal candidates for the position. To determine the top candidates, each applicant will be assessed based on the ideal candidate criteria listed below. Ideal Experience (For Both Positions): 6 years of public sector experience in leading and implementing projects in water related fields (e.g. stream stewardship, environmental regulatory issues, flood protection, water supply, lands management, and operations and maintenance). Experience related to developing, implementing and managing complex, organization-wide program(s) in water related fields. Experience developing comprehensive reports for review and audit by external audiences and/or developing multi-year operational plans with projected financial impacts. Project Management. Ideal Experience for Supervising Program Administrator - Safe Clean Water: Experience in implementing and managing a program related to a voter-approved ballot measure such as the Safe, Clean Water Program. Experience leading and supervising staff. Ideal Experience for Program Administrator - Lands Management and 5-year Planning: Experience in developing and implementing a program and/or long-term implementation plan (5-year plan). Knowledge of principles, methods and tools used to develop long-term rolling plans in land management and land management operations and maintenance requirements. Ideal Knowledge (For Both Positions): Knowledge of principles, methods and tools related to program and project development and management. Knowledge regarding water related fields, including, but not limited to: stream stewardship; environmental regulatory issues; flood protection; water supply; lands management; and operations and maintenance. Ideal Knowledge for Supervising Program Administrator - Safe, Clean Water: Knowledge of principles, methods and tools related to developing a program for a voter-approved ballot measure. Principles and practices of supervision. Ideal Knowledge for Program Administrator - Lands Management and 5-year Planning: Knowledge of principles, methods and tools related to developing rolling long-term plans, researching and gathering information, and land management and maintenance requirements. Ideal Skills and Abilities (For Both Positions): Ability to balance and prioritize multiple demands and deadlines, while maintaining high quality work product. Ability to analyze complex problems and identify and deliver solutions. Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships while working and leading multi-functional teams. Ability to research and analyze information. Ability to develop and administer assigned program goals, objectives, and processes. Ideal Training and Education: Equivalent to a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in business administration or a field related to the assignment. License or Certificate Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate, valid California driver's license. Individuals who do not meet the driver's license requirement due to a disability will be considered for a reasonable accommodation on a case-by-case basis. To review the Classification Specification, please click here Selection Process (1) The selection process may include one or more of the following:application review, application assessment, performance test, written test and/or oral interview examination. (2) The Employment Application, Qualifying Information Questions and/or Supplemental Questions will be evaluated based on the ideal candidate criteria as listed above.Resumes are recommended. NOTE: Position and start date is subject to availability of funds. The District retains the right to repost this position as deemed necessary. Consideration may be given to existing applicant pools within the same classification. Valley Water's Equal Opportunity Non-Discrimination Policy is available for review upon request. Valley Water will make reasonable efforts in the examination process to accommodate persons with disabilities.Please advise Human Resources in advance of any special needs by calling 1-408-630-2260. Please be aware that once submitted all application materials become the property of Valley Water and will not be returned.Human Resources staff is not authorized to make copies of application materials for applicants. Closing Date/Time: 4/1/2019 11:59 PM Pacific