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MAIN: 719-584-0250 | EMERGENCY: 719-543-2217

Careers

Careers

Make a positive difference in your community.

Pueblo Water seeks to hire and to retain highly motivated employees with a strong work ethic and excellent customer service skills. Integrity, personal initiative, and individual accountability contribute to the success of our workforce. We play a valuable role in recruiting and retaining a quality workforce that makes a positive difference in our local community.
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Perks & Benefits

Hydrating your community is a lot of work, so we care for our team well.

Healthy team & community

We provide healthcare, dental, vision as well as employer-paid life insurance,  supplemental life insurance, short and long-term disability.

Save for retirement

Pueblo Water offers a Deferred Compensation plan, as well as Defined Pension benefits, to eligible vested employees.

Paid time off

Enjoy paid holidays, sick leave and vacation time.
Pueblo Water also offers AFLAC, tuition assistance program (TAP), deferred compensation (457 plan), Employee Assistance Program (EAP) and direct deposit of payroll checks.
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Frequently Asked Questions

What water certificates are required?

There are two types of certifications that are most commonly required for positions at the Board of Water Works.

Water Distribution Operator (Class 1, 2, 3 and 4)

Typical jobs that require the water distribution operator certification include meter readers, construction service workers, field engineering workers, and treating and pumping maintenance workers. Class 1 is the lowest level of certification that can be obtained and Class 4 is the highest.

Water Treatment Operator (Class A, B, C and D)

Typical jobs that require the water treatment operator certification include water treatment operators and specialized treating and pumping maintenance workers. Class D is the lowest level of certification that can be obtained and Class A is the highest.

SPECIAL NOTE: If you have obtained a similar certification from a different state, you may be eligible for reciprocity with the State of Colorado.

For additional information, contact:

Colorado Certified Water Professionals (CCWP)
info@coloradocwp.com | 719-225-7339
Mailing: P.O. Box 6997 Pueblo West, CO  81007
Physical:  176 W. Palmer Lake Drive, Pueblo West, CO  81007

May I apply at any time?

No, we only accept applications only for actual vacant, posted positions.

How long will my application be on file?

A separate application is required for each job vacancy announcement.

Must I re-apply every time there is an opening?

Yes, you need to submit a separate online application for each position.

Do you accept resumes?

No, you must fully complete and submit an online application form. You may attach a resume if you wish.

Can you determine which job I qualify for if I apply without including a job code and job title along with my resume?

No. A completed online application is required for each job announcement.

Can I fax or e-mail my application?

No. 

After I apply, how soon will I hear anything?

Depending on the position being filled and the number of applicants, the process could take several weeks. After the closing date of the position, all applications are reviewed by the hiring Department.  Once the applications have been reviewed, testing/interviews are scheduled. The process could take several weeks.

Who do I contact if I encounter problems with my online application?

NeoGov Applicant Tech Support at 1-855-524-5627.

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Human Resources Dept.
319 W. 4th Street
Pueblo, CO 81003

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 400 Pueblo, CO 81002-0400

Phone: 719-584-0454
Fax: 719-584-0202
E-mail: hr@pueblowater.org

Business Hours:
Monday through Friday
8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
(except holidays)

Main

719-584-0250

Emergency

719-543-2217

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