Water Employee Services Authority

WESA was established as a joint powers authority between the Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District (EVMWD) and Meeks and Daley Mutual Water Company (Meeks & Daley) in western Riverside County, California. The purpose of WESA is to provide professional water and wastewater service to both agencies. It is expected that as the area develops from its rural roots into a modern suburban community, WESA will need to continue to grow its staff of motivated, exceptional employees.

As a joint powers authority, WESA is better positioned to recruit and retain high quality employees with benefits that surpass what was available through either of its member agencies independently. Primary among the benefit improvements is adoption of a 2.7% at 55 retirement plan through the California Public Employees Retirement System (PERS).

It is also important to note that WESA will be providing the same high quality labor-related services to both EVMWD and Meeks & Daley at lower cost than either agency would have experienced had WESA not been formed. Such savings are passed on to customers through reductions in future water rate increases.

The WESA Board of Directors and executive staff are progressive and looking to the future in many areas of endeavor. Their long view of continuous improvement gives WESA employees opportunities to be directly involved in initiatives that are pushing technology and management advances in the water industry.

WESA employees are highly qualified water industry professionals that care about their customers and the environment. The WESA team is made up of plant and field operators, construction crews, engineers, accountants, customer service professionals, electricians, mechanics, executives and a host of trades workers and other professionals. Many of WESA’s employees are industry-certified in their fields of expertise.

 

5 job(s) at Water Employee Services Authority

Water Employee Services Agency (WESA) Lake Elsinore, CA, US
May 08, 2021
The Position: Summary: The Environmental Compliance Inspector will assist with implementing and enforcing the POTW (Publicly Owned Treatment Works) pretreatment program, and will conduct a variety of field and office duties associated with the interpretation, application, and enforcement of Federal, State and local regulations, including the Districts Sewer Use Ordinance, commercial and industrial wastewater. The selected incumbent will be responsible for regulating the discharge of industrial and commercial businesses in order to determine compliance with established ordinances and other regulatory guidelines. The successful candidate will be a dependable and efficient individual who will perform a variety of complex, technical, and problem solving activities within the Water Quality Division of the Water Resources Department. Immediate Impact: The successful candidate will be given the following objectives upon hire: u2022 Upon hire, become familiar with the District's visions and goals; additionally become familiar with key wastewater treatment and collection staff members impacted by the pre-treatment program. u2022 Within the first month, review the Sewer Ordinance Enforcement Response Plan and demonstrate familiarity with the District's industrial Classification system and ability to initiate field inspections. u2022 Within the first two months, visit and become familiar with the local limits, permits and treatment processes at all three of the District's water reclamation facilities and develop a general understanding of the District's sewage lift stations and collection system (review past quarterly and annual reports submitted to the regulatory agencies and be prepared to produce future repots). u2022 Within three to six months, complete the specified target numbers for issuing waste discharge permits and field inspections, as set by immediate supervisor. *must be prepared to participate in addressing customer complaints or requests for information by this timeframe. The Ideal Candidate: u2022 Is an effective communicator who interacts professionally across a wide range of internal and external audiences. u2022 Will act with integrity and in accordance with the accepted ethical standards of the District and applicable laws and regulations. u2022 Is highly organized, with the ability to effectively prioritize and manage multiple priorities, as well as meet departmental objectives. u2022 Possesses education equivalent to the completion of twelfth grade, supplemented by college level course work in chemistry, biology, environmental science or a related field. u2022 Has at least two years experience in environmental compliance inspection or a related field. u2022 Possesses a valid Grade I Environmental Compliance Inspector Certification issued by the CWEA (or will be required to obtain within eighteen (18) months of employment). Possession of a valid Grade II Environmental Compliance Inspector Certification issued by the CWEA is desirable. u2022 Has experience with Federal, state and local regulations as they relate to industrial waste discharges. u2022 Possesses an appropriate, valid California driver's license. Compensation: The salary range for the Environmental Compliance Inspector is $5.682 -$7,456 per month with an excellent benefits package. Placement within the salary range will be based on the candidate's qualifications and experience. WESA offers a comprehensive benefit plan, some of which includes: •Medical, dental, vision, accidental death and dismemberment insurance, a life insurance policy equal to two times the annual salary for the employee and a $1,000.00 policy for eligible dependents. Benefits become effective on the first of the month following a 30-day waiting period and the Authority contributes 90% of the cost of such insurance. • CalPERS Retirement is provided using the 2.7 at age 55 formula for "Classic" Members. Retirement is provided using the 2% at age 62 formula for "New/PEPRA" Members. • Three deferred compensation plans to which an employee may voluntarily contribute up to $19,500 per year. The Authority does not contribute to these plans. • Twelve (12) paid holidays per year. Upon employment with WESA for one (1) year, employees also receive one (1) floating holiday annually. • Employees accrue vacation at a rate of 3.08 hours per two-week pay period for the first 4 years of employment; 4.62 hours for years 5-8;6.16 hours for years 9-13; 6.47 hours for years 14-18; and 6.78 for 19+ years of service. • Sick leave is accrued at a rate of 3.70 hours per bi-weekly pay period for a total of 96.20 hours per year with unlimited accumulation. • Additional benefits available include:9/80 work schedule, Direct Deposit, Flexible Spending Accounts, Employee Assistance Program, Educational Assistance, Certification Reimbursement Program, Certification Bonus Program, Onsite Wellness Center, and two credit unions. Our Mission: To manage our natural resources to provide reliable, cost efficient and high quality water and wastewater services for the communities we serve, while promoting conservation, environmental responsibility, educations, community interaction, ethical behavior and recognizing employees as highly valuable assets. The Water Employee Services Authority: WESA was established as a joint powers authority between the Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District and Meeks & Daley Water Company. As a joint powers authority, WESA provides professional water and wastewater services to both agencies. WESA is committed to: • Professionalism-Demonstrating competency while maintaining a professional demeanor and upholding a reputation for expertise, efficiency, and high quality through delivery of information, services, and products. • Enthusiasm-Possessing a strong drive for learning, innovation, forward thinking, and the overall desire to do your job well. • Transparency-Demonstrating high moral standards in principles, intentions and actions; conduct that encourages loyalty, integrity, and trust. • Inclusiveness-Promoting respect and teamwork through communication and appreciation for all. • Stewardship-Taking ownership and responsibility for assigned responsibilities, while demonstrating a proactive, positive willingness to serve.The Application Process: If you are interested in this opportunity, submit a completed WESA employment application online at www.wesawater.com. Resumes and certifications may be included, but will not be accepted in lieu of a completed employment application. This position is open until filled. First review of applications will begin on Friday May 28, 2021.
Water Employee Services Agency (WESA) Lake Elsinore, CA, US
May 05, 2021
The Position: The Water Production Operator I/II/III performs a variety of tasks associated with the operation and maintenance of domestic production facilities, agricultural pumping and storage facilities, and reclaimed water storage and pumping facilities in the Water Production Division of the Water Operations Department. The successful candidate may be appointed at any level, and appointment is dependent upon qualifications and experience. WESA is seeking a certified operator who is enthusiastic, eager to learn, efficient, detail-oriented, and organized, who possesses the ability to work under steady pressure and to effectively communicate in a professional manner. The Ideal Candidate: • Will act with integrity and in accordance with the accepted ethical standards of the District and applicable laws and regulations. • Will learn the basic operation of the water distribution system including potable, recycled, and agricultural systems, as well as learn and understand the operation of the District's two treatment plants. • Within the first 6 months, the selected candidate must be proficient in the daily operations related to the site checks and production runs. This will include being able to complete each run independently with only minor coaching from senior staff and include completing all the associated paperwork accurately. • Must be able to respond within a thirty (30) minute time period to the District while on standby duty, must be able to work weekend shifts on a regular basis, and may also be required to respond to emergency callout situations on nights and weekends. • Possesses an education level equivalent to the completion of the twelfth grade supplemented by specialized training in water treatment and distribution or a related field. • Must possess a valid, appropriate California Driver's License. Water Production Operator I: • Must have a minimum of one (1) year experience in the operation of a water treatment plant and/or distribution system to be classified as a Water Production Operator I; • Must possess a valid Water Distribution Operator Grade D1 Certificate and a valid Water Treatment Operator Grade T1 Certificate, issued by the California State Water Resources Control Board. Water Production Operator II: • Must have a minimum of two (2) years of experience in the operation of a water treatment plant and/or distribution system to be classified as a Water Production Operator II; • Must possess a valid Water Distribution Operator Grade D2 Certificate and a valid Water Treatment Operator Grade T2 Certificate, issued by the California State Water Resources Control Board. Water Production Operator III: • Must have a minimum of three (3) years of experience in the operation of a water treatment plant and/or distribution system to be classified as a Water Production Operator III; • Must possess a valid Water Distribution Operator Grade D3 Certificate and a valid Water Treatment Operator Grade T3 Certificate, issued by the California State Water Resources Control Board. Typically, a Water Production Operator may be considered for advancement to the next higher classification level after demonstrating proficiency to perform all the major duties assigned to the class, in addition to meeting other predetermined criteria, as set forth in the job description. Compensation: The salary range for the Water Production Operator I/II/III is $4,441-$7,832 per month with an excellent benefits package. Placement within the salary range will be based on the candidate's qualifications and experience. WESA offers a comprehensive benefit plan, some of which includes: •Medical, dental, vision, accidental death and dismemberment insurance, a life insurance policy equal to two times the annual salary for the employee and a $1,000.00 policy for eligible dependents. Benefits become effective on the first of the month following a 30-day waiting period and the Authority contributes 90% of the cost of such insurance. • CalPERS Retirement is provided using the 2.7 at age 55 formula for "Classic" Members. Retirement is provided using the 2% at age 62 formula for "New" Members. • Three deferred compensation plans to which an employee may voluntarily contribute up to $19,500 per year. The Authority does not contribute to these plans. • Twelve (12) paid holidays per year. Upon employment with WESA for one year, employees also receive one (1) floating holiday annually. • Employees accrue vacation at the rate of 3.08 hours per two-week pay period for the first 4 years of employment; 4.62 hours for years 5-8;6.16 hours for years 9-13; 6.47 hours for years 14-18; and 6.78 for 19+ years of service. • Sick leave is accrued at the rate of 3.70 hours per bi-weekly pay period for a total of 96.20 hours per year with unlimited accumulation. • Additional benefits available include:9/80 work schedule, Direct Deposit, Flexible Spending Accounts, Employee Assistance Program, Educational Assistance, Certification Reimbursement Program, Certification Bonus Program and two credit unions. Our Mission: To manage our natural resources to provide reliable, cost efficient and high quality water and wastewater services for the communities we serve, while promoting conservation, environmental responsibility, educations, community interaction, ethical behavior and recognizing employees as highly valuable assets. The Water Employee Services Authority: WESA was established as a joint powers authority between the Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District and Meeks & Daley Water Company. As a joint powers authority, WESA provides professional water and wastewater services to both agencies. WESA is committed to: • Professionalism-Demonstrating competency while maintaining a professional demeanor and upholding a reputation for expertise, efficiency, and high quality through delivery of information, services, and products. • Enthusiasm-Possessing a strong drive for learning, innovation, forward thinking, and the overall desire to do your job well. • Transparency-Demonstrating high moral standards in principles, intentions and actions; conduct that encourages loyalty, integrity, and trust. • Inclusiveness-Promoting respect and teamwork through communication and appreciation for all. • Stewardship-Taking ownership and responsibility for assigned responsibilities, while demonstrating a proactive, positive willingness to serve. The Application Process: If you are interested in this opportunity, submit a completed WESA employment application online at www.wesawater.com. Resumes and certifications may be included, but will not be accepted in lieu of a completed employment application. In order to be considered, applications must be received no later than 5:30 pm on Tuesday, April 27, 2021.
Water Employee Services Agency (WESA) Lake Elsinore, CA, US
Apr 13, 2021
The Position: The Water Quality Supervisor will supervise, assign, review, and participate in the work of staff responsible for performing a variety of tasks associated with the planning and operation of the District's extensive water quality and related technical programs for water treatment and distribution and wastewater collection and treatment processes. The selected incumbent will oversee and participate in maintaining and operating Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District's (EVMWD's) Water Quality Laboratory for microbiological and chemical analysis to ensure water and wastewater system regulatory compliance, assuming responsibility as Laboratory Director/Technical Manager, as defined in Title 22, Division 4 of the California Code of Regulations. The successful candidate will be a dynamic and quick thinker, who displays proficiency and high attention to detail in their work, while performing a variety of complex, technical, and problem solving activities within the Water Quality Division of the Water Resources Department. Immediate Impact: The successful candidate will be given the following objectives upon hire: • Within the first month, demonstrate an understanding of District's water and wastewater sampling and testing programs. The selected candidate will effectively manage Laboratory operations and all technical and quality programs, as well as effectively utilize LIMS and WaterTrax software and data management, generate water quality reports, prepare all required regulatory compliance reports and Lab Operations reports to Management. • Within the first 2 months, demonstrate an understanding of current program needs, effectively schedule sampling and testing projects to optimize resources, and demonstrate satisfactory progress on assigned projects. • Within the first 3 months, complete gap-analysis of all Lab systems, including regulatory requirements and trainings; submit a written report with recommendations to management. • Within 6 months, complete preparation of Lab Operations Manual, demonstrate understanding of program needs by independently planning and leading assigned projects and submitting required reports. • Within 12 months, complete all assigned projects and implementation of identified goals, objectives, policies and procedures. The Ideal Candidate: • Is an effective communicator who interacts professionally across a wide range of internal and external audiences. • Will act with integrity and in accordance with the accepted ethical standards of the District and applicable laws and regulations. • Possesses the skills to train, develop, engage and motivate assigned workgroup. • Is an enthusiastic team player, looking out for the common good for the organization. • Possesses education equivalent to a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in chemistry, biochemistry, biology, microbiology, environmental, sanitary or public health engineering, natural or physical science. • Has at least four years of responsible water quality testing, laboratory, field sampling, and/or water treatment plant or water distribution system experience, including two years of lead supervisory and administrative responsibility. • Possesses a valid Grade II Certificate in Laboratory Technology issued by the California Water Environment Association (CWEA) or American Water Works Association (AWWA). • Possesses an appropriate, valid California driver's license. • Must possess or obtain a valid T2 Water Treatment Operator or valid D2 Water Distribution Operator Certification issued by the California State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) within 12 months of hire. • Must possess or obtain a valid Grade III Certificate in Laboratory Technology issued by the CWEA or AWWA within 12 months of hire. Compensation: The salary range for the Water Quality Supervisor is $7,657 -$10,046 per month with an excellent benefits package. Placement within the salary range will be based on the candidate's qualifications and experience. WESA offers a comprehensive benefit plan, some of which includes: •Medical, dental, vision, accidental death and dismemberment insurance, a life insurance policy equal to two times the annual salary for the employee and a $1,000.00 policy for eligible dependents. Benefits become effective on the first of the month following a 30-day waiting period and the Authority contributes 90% of the cost of such insurance. • CalPERS Retirement is provided using the 2.7 at age 55 formula for "Classic" Members. Retirement is provided using the 2% at age 62 formula for "New" Members. • Three deferred compensation plans to which an employee may voluntarily contribute up to $19,500 per year. The Authority does not contribute to these plans. • Twelve (12) paid holidays per year. Upon employment with WESA for one year, employees also receive one (1) floating holiday annually. • Employees accrue vacation at the rate of 3.08 hours per two-week pay period for the first 4 years of employment; 4.62 hours for years 5-8;6.16 hours for years 9-13; 6.47 hours for years 14-18; and 6.78 for 19+ years of service. • Sick leave is accrued at the rate of 3.70 hours per bi-weekly pay period for a total of 96.20 hours per year with unlimited accumulation. • Additional benefits available include:9/80 work schedule, Direct Deposit, Flexible Spending Accounts, Employee Assistance Program, Educational Assistance, Certification Reimbursement Program, Certification Bonus Program and two credit unions. Our Mission: To manage our natural resources to provide reliable, cost efficient and high quality water and wastewater services for the communities we serve, while promoting conservation, environmental responsibility, educations, community interaction, ethical behavior and recognizing employees as highly valuable assets. The Water Employee Services Authority: WESA was established as a joint powers authority between the Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District and Meeks & Daley Water Company. As a joint powers authority, WESA provides professional water and wastewater services to both agencies. WESA is committed to: • Professionalism-Demonstrating competency while maintaining a professional demeanor and upholding a reputation for expertise, efficiency, and high quality through delivery of information, services, and products. • Enthusiasm-Possessing a strong drive for learning, innovation, forward thinking, and the overall desire to do your job well. • Transparency-Demonstrating high moral standards in principles, intentions and actions; conduct that encourages loyalty, integrity, and trust. • Inclusiveness-Promoting respect and teamwork through communication and appreciation for all. • Stewardship-Taking ownership and responsibility for assigned responsibilities, while demonstrating a proactive, positive willingness to serve. The Application Process: If you are interested in this opportunity, submit a completed WESA employment application online at www.wesawater.com. Resumes and certifications may be included, but will not be accepted in lieu of a completed employment application. This position is open until filled. First review of applications will begin on Monday May 3, 2021.
Water Employee Services Agency (WESA) Lake Elsinore, CA, US
Apr 10, 2021
The Position: The Management Analyst of Strategic Programs will perform a wide variety of analytical and administrative duties including special projects, research studies and analyses; is responsible for the preparation, administration, and development of comprehensive reports and a variety of complex, technical, and problem solving activities in support of assigned functional areas, primarily in operations and water resources. The Management Analyst must demonstrate a strong attention to detail and accuracy, while maintaining efficiency, and must be proficient in a variety of computer applications, specifically Excel. The selected candidate will demonstrate eagerness to learn new tasks, seek out more efficient methods and practices, display initiative in their work, and flexibility to adapt procedures as organizational priorities change, while coordinating assigned activities with other departments, divisions, outside agencies, and the general public regarding assigned programs and services. Immediate Impact: The successful candidate will be given the following objectives upon hire: • Within 3 months, become familiar with the District's Accounting Structure and develop a working knowledge of the District's Financial system. • Within 3 months, become familiar with and develop a working knowledge of the Water & Wastewater production and development fee tracking systems. • Within 6 months, become familiar with and have the ability to draft developer agreements. • Within 6 months, become familiar with and develop a working knowledge of the District's Geographical Information System. The Ideal Candidate: • Is an effective communicator, with the ability to interact professionally with a wide range of audiences. • Is professional, dependable, efficient, and organized, with the ability to work under pressure with frequent interruptions and changing priorities, all while maintaining a pleasant, professional demeanor. • Is an engaging team player, looking out for the common good of the organization, while seeking out opportunities to bring new ideas and innovative thinking to the Strategic Programs Department. • Is focused and pays close attention to details, ensuring work products meet or exceed department and organizational standards. • Possesses a Bachelors Degree in public administration, business administration, finance, accounting, or a closely related field. *Master's Degree is highly desirable. • Possesses three years of increasingly responsible finance, administration, analytical, and contract administration experience. *Experience administering programs in a governmental jurisdiction is highly desirable. • Possesses a valid California Class C Driver's license. Compensation: The salary range for the Management Analyst is $6,940-$9,101 per month with an excellent benefits package. Placement within the salary range will be based on the candidate's qualifications and experience. WESA offers a comprehensive benefit plan, some of which includes: •Medical, dental, vision, accidental death and dismemberment insurance, a life insurance policy equal to two times the annual salary for the employee and a $1,000.00 policy for eligible dependents. Benefits become effective on the first of the month following a 30-day waiting period and the Authority contributes 90% of the cost of such insurance. • CalPERS Retirement is provided using the 2.7 at age 55 formula for "Classic" Members. Retirement is provided using the 2% at age 62 formula for "New" Members. • Three deferred compensation plans to which an employee may voluntarily contribute up to $19,500 per year. The Authority does not contribute to these plans. • Twelve (12) paid holidays per year. Upon employment with WESA for one year, employees also receive one (1) floating holiday annually. • Employees accrue vacation at the rate of 3.08 hours per two-week pay period for the first 4 years of employment; 4.62 hours for years 5-8;6.16 hours for years 9-13; 6.47 hours for years 14-18; and 6.78 for 19+ years of service. • Sick leave is accrued at the rate of 3.70 hours per bi-weekly pay period for a total of 96.20 hours per year with unlimited accumulation. • Additional benefits available include:9/80 work schedule, Direct Deposit, Flexible Spending Accounts, Employee Assistance Program, Educational Assistance, Certification Reimbursement Program, Certification Bonus Program and two credit unions. Our Mission: To manage our natural resources to provide reliable, cost efficient and high quality water and wastewater services for the communities we serve, while promoting conservation, environmental responsibility, educations, community interaction, ethical behavior and recognizing employees as highly valuable assets. The Water Employee Services Authority: WESA was established as a joint powers authority between the Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District and Meeks & Daley Water Company. As a joint powers authority, WESA provides professional water and wastewater services to both agencies. WESA is committed to: • Professionalism-Demonstrating competency while maintaining a professional demeanor and upholding a reputation for expertise, efficiency, and high quality through delivery of information, services, and products. • Enthusiasm-Possessing a strong drive for learning, innovation, forward thinking, and the overall desire to do your job well. • Transparency-Demonstrating high moral standards in principles, intentions and actions; conduct that encourages loyalty, integrity, and trust. • Inclusiveness-Promoting respect and teamwork through communication and appreciation for all. • Stewardship-Taking ownership and responsibility for assigned responsibilities, while demonstrating a proactive, positive willingness to serve. The Application Process: If you are interested in this opportunity, submit a completed WESA employment application online at www.wesawater.com. Resumes and certifications may be included, but will not be accepted in lieu of a completed employment application. This position is open until filled. First review of applications will begin on Friday April 30, 2021.
Water Employee Services Agency (WESA) Lake Elsinore, CA, US
Apr 07, 2021
The Position: The Senior Water Protection Technician will oversee the District's backflow prevention and cross connection control program, including inspecting water system installations, to protect the District's public water supply from contamination. The selected candidate will enforce backflow and cross connection of potable and recycled water systems as well as investigate and test backflow devices for compliance. The successful candidate will be a dynamic and quick thinker, who displays initiative and creativity in their work, who will perform a variety of complex, technical, and problem solving activities within the Water Quality Division of the Engineering Department. Immediate Impact: The successful candidate will be given the following objectives upon hire: •Within the first month, demonstrate very good understanding of the District's Potable and Recycled water systems; and ability to effectively utilize District's databases; including, Backflow program (BSIONLINE), Customer information and billing system (CIS), and other excel spreadsheet databases. •Within the first 2 months, demonstrate expert understanding of the District's Cross-Connection Program Administrative Code, Recycled Water Rules and Regulations, and pertinent Engineering Standards. •Within the first 3 months, develop work plans for completing assigned projects; demonstrate ability to appropriately respond to customer and public inquiries, and resolve complaints effectively and efficiently. •Within 6 months, demonstrate understanding of program needs and requirements by independently planning and leading assigned projects, completing and submitting required reports. •Within 12 months, complete Implementation of identified goals, objectives, policies and procedures. The Ideal Candidate: •Will act with integrity and in accordance with the accepted ethical standards of the District and applicable laws and regulations. •Is an enthusiastic team player, looking out for the common good for the organization. •Possesses education equivalent to high school graduate or equivalent, supplemented with coursework or specialized training related to water science, including pre-treatment and cross control programs. •Has at least two years experience in the administration, testing and inspection of backflow prevention devices or cross connection control surveys. •Possesses an appropriate, valid California driver's license. •Possesses a valid T1 certificate in Water Treatment or a D1 certificate in Water Distribution issued by the California State Water Resources Control Board. •Possesses a valid Cross-Connection Control Program Specialist certification issued by the American Water Works Association. •Possesses a valid Riverside County Certificate for testing backflow prevention devices. Compensation: The salary range for the Senior Water Protection Technician is $5,682-$7,456 per month with an excellent benefits package. Placement within the salary range will be based on the candidate's qualifications and experience. WESA offers a comprehensive benefit plan, some of which includes: •Medical, dental, vision, accidental death and dismemberment insurance, a life insurance policy equal to two times the annual salary for the employee and a $1,000.00 policy for eligible dependents. Benefits become effective on the first of the month following a 30-day waiting period and the Authority contributes 90% of the cost of such insurance. •CalPERS Retirement is provided using the 2.7 at age 55 formula for "Classic" Members. Retirement is provided using the 2% at age 62 formula for "New/PEPRA" Members. •Three deferred compensation plans to which an employee may voluntarily contribute up to $19,500 per year. The Authority does not contribute to these plans. •Twelve (12) paid holidays per year. Upon employment with WESA for one (1) year, employees also receive one (1) floating holiday annually. •Employees accrue vacation at a rate of 3.08 hours per two-week pay period for the first 4 years of employment; 4.62 hours for years 5-8;6.16 hours for years 9-13; 6.47 hours for years 14-18; and 6.78 for 19+ years of service. •Sick leave is accrued at a rate of 3.70 hours per bi-weekly pay period for a total of 96.20 hours per year with unlimited accumulation. •Additional benefits available include:9/80 work schedule, Direct Deposit, Flexible Spending Accounts, Employee Assistance Program, Educational Assistance, Certification Reimbursement Program, Certification Bonus Program, Onsite Wellness Center, and two credit unions. About WESA: Our Mission: To manage our natural resources to provide reliable, cost efficient and high quality water and wastewater services for the communities we serve, while promoting conservation, environmental responsibility, educations, community interaction, ethical behavior and recognizing employees as highly valuable assets. The Water Employee Services Authority: WESA was established as a joint powers authority between the Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District and Meeks & Daley Water Company. As a joint powers authority, WESA provides professional water and wastewater services to both agencies. WESA is committed to: •Professionalism-Demonstrating competency while maintaining a professional demeanor and upholding a reputation for expertise, efficiency, and high quality through delivery of information, services, and products. •Enthusiasm-Possessing a strong drive for learning, innovation, forward thinking, and the overall desire to do your job well. •Transparency-Demonstrating high moral standards in principles, intentions and actions; conduct that encourages loyalty, integrity, and trust. •Inclusiveness-Promoting respect and teamwork through communication and appreciation for all. •Stewardship-Taking ownership and responsibility for assigned responsibilities, while demonstrating a proactive, positive willingness to serve. The Application Process: If you are interested in this opportunity, submit a completed WESA employment application online at www.wesawater.com. Resumes and certifications may be included, but will not be accepted in lieu of a completed employment application. This position is open until filled. First review of applications will be take place after Tuesday, April 27, 2021 so please apply promptly. For questions and inquiries, please contact: Jaime Huffman (951) 674-3146, ext. 8231; jhuffman@wesawater.com