Welcome to the South Tahoe Public Utility District application process!

Applications are accepted only for positions which are open. All job postings contain information regarding job duties and qualifications, salary range, benefits, final filing date, and materials required to apply.

The District offers both competitive salaries and benefits for full-time employees. The District provides equal opportunity for all persons in all aspects of employment. The District shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, disability or any other factor unrelated to job performance.

Employment offers are made contingent upon satisfactory completion of a comprehensive pre-employment process which may include drug testing, background investigation, credit check, reference check and job related post offer physical exam.

For assistance in completing an application, please contact the Human Resources Coordinator at (530) 543-6220.

If you would like to receive a notification when a specific position becomes available, please submit a Job Interest Form.

Click on the link below for the type of job in which you are interested. Thank you for your interest in working for the South Tahoe Public Utility District.

Permanent Openings

Click here to view permanent openings. Link will take you to the Government Jobs website.

 

Transfer Opportunities

Click here to view internal transfer openings. Link will take you to the Government Jobs website.

Seasonal and Temporary Jobs

To apply for a seasonal position, please contact Blue Ribbon Personnel at (775) 588-0627 or email tahoe@brpjobs.com. Every successful candidate must pass a drug test and submit their driving record before allowed to work.

Seasonal Meter Service Tech

Approximate dates: April 2019 - October 2019

Position will coordinate a weekly route with the Customer Service Specialist to find water services, lift meter lids, and re-program reading devices and meters and then record the data. Must have a valid driver’s license with proof of insurability. Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs and use hand tools and perform hand-digging. Computer skills and customer services skills are a must.

Hours: 4 - 10 hour days, Tuesday thru Friday, 7am - 5:30pm

Salary: $16.69/hr

Underground Repair Sewer Seasonal Laborer

3 positions available

Seasonal help with the sewer collection system. Operates chainsaw, wood chippers, and hand tools. Uses specialized equipment to maintain and operate the sewer collection system. Requires ability to read and understand the District’s grids. Must be able to work unsupervised. An understanding of the equipment used to maintain and operate a sewer collection system is preferred.

40 hours a week from Mid-May to October

Shifts:  7- 5:30 Monday - Thursday

7- 5:30 Tuesday - Friday

Rate of Pay: $16.29/hr

 Underground Water Laborer

3 positions available

Repairs leaks, installs services, shovel work, sweeping, repairing hydrants and general laborer work. Must be able to work around traffic and work in ditches. Experience with heavy equipment is a plus. General laborer and construction experience preferred.

40 hours a week from Mid-May to October

Shifts:  7- 5:30 Monday - Thursday

7- 5:30 Tuesday - Friday

Rate of Pay: $16.69/hr

Pumps Crew Laborer

2 positions available

Experience working in construction type environments. Landscaping, painting and general maintenance experience is desired. Safety conscience, experience working around traffic. Experience using hand tools. Must be a able to work unsupervised. Duties include Painting of water and sewer facilities, general yard cleanup, BMP cleanup & landscaping, general site improvements, maintenance of water and sewer facilities.

40 hours a week from Mid-May to October

Shifts:  7-5:30 Monday - Thursday

7- 5:30 Tuesday - Friday

Rate of Pay: $16.69/hr

Water Educator

Under the supervision of the Water Conservation Specialist, this position will enforce the District’s Water Conservation Ordinance. Duties include: driving, walking, and/or biking around neighborhoods in the District’s service area looking for violators of the WC Ordinance; educating the public through direct communication with home and business owners on the watering restrictions in South Lake Tahoe and the need for conservation; issuing written warnings and violations as necessary; maintaining database of violations; perform inspections for watering exemptions; occasionally assisting with surveying and mapping properties for the Turf Buy-Back Program,  waterline/meter installation project assistance, and administrative duties as assigned.

Approximately 20 hours per week (June thru August). Must be able to work early mornings, nights and weekends - varied shift.

Rate of Pay: $16.69