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If you are passionate about water conservation and community outreach, we have a great opportunity for you!
HELIX WATER DISTRICT is seeking a part-time Water Conservation Representative in support of the district’s water conservation program.
Since the 1990s, when Helix and the other water utilities serving the San Diego region launched water conservation programs, San Diegans have reduced their water use by 40 percent.
The part-time Water Conservation Representative is a non-exempt, journey-level administrative and technical classification. This position performs assigned administrative and technical activities of routine to moderate difficulty in support of the district’s water conservation program.
Overview of Responsibilities:
Prescreen, schedule and conduct in-house residential surveys and large landscape audits for customers within Helix Water District.
Prepare follow-up materials, track participant and water use data and submit invoices to the San Diego County Water Authority.
Respond to customers, vendors and industry experts about water conservation programs and products.
Conduct field visits to measure irrigated landscape areas for water budgets.
Assist with updating, maintaining and answering questions about the water budget program.
Respond to water waste complaints.
Update conservation flyers as needed and coordinate lobby displays.
Participate in water conservation public information and community outreach initiatives and activities.
The ideal candidates will possess a valid Landscape Irrigation Auditor Certification or Qualified Water Efficient Landscaper Certification. Water conservation or landscape experience is preferred. Candidates must be responsible, enthusiastic and have outstanding customer service skills. Proficient in Microsoft Office and have the ability to plan, coordinate and organize work to meet deadlines. Candidates will have knowledge of irrigation scheduling, water budget formulas and AB 1881. Must be able to walk, reach and lift items up to 25 lbs. Must be available to work an average of 5-15 hours per week depending on workload, including occasional weekends and evenings for special events.
To be considered for the Water Conservation Representative, please complete the online application and supplemental questionnaire and view a complete list of job responsibilities by visiting our career section at www.hwd.com/Careers. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of the online application.
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