Thank you for taking the time to consider career opportunities at EWEB. As a public utility, we offer employees a unique working culture where dedication to public service is combined with state-of-the-art technology.
Here, you'll have opportunities to maximize your career growth while enjoying the personal satisfaction and reward of working for a public utility. You will be supported and encouraged by a collaborative spirit that guides how we work together every day.
Utility Support Worker I
We are currently seeking an experienced flagger or utility worker to fill a Utility Support Worker I position in our Utility and Support Services Department. The Utility Support Worker I at EWEB performs traffic control set-up and flagging, operates vacuum for saw cutting, construction and maintenance tasks such as brush clearing, cleaning construction sites, hauling and spreading gravel, shoveling, raking, and operating electronic locating equipment, and receives and distributes tools and equipment.
We're looking for talented people to bring new ideas and fresh thinking to our team. Keeping the lights on and the water flowing from taps takes people doing many different jobs. We offer opportunities for engineers, trade workers, customer service analysts and a wide variety of positions related to our business operations.
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We are all about getting the right people, with the right skills, values and motivations in the right jobs.
We believe part of what makes EWEB a great place to work is our commitment to diversity and inclusion. We embrace and value differences of culture, education, experience, physical ability and perspectives. We are looking for people who share in our commitment to diversity and inclusion and have a passion to serve EWEB's customer-owners.
EWEB has a partnership with the Center for Energy Workforce Development (CEWD), which provides the Troops to Energy Jobs website. The website gives veterans a clear pathway to landing a job in the utility sector, and offers step by step guidance to help them transfer their military training to new jobs. Veterans can use the site to identify any additional education and credentials needed, and find resources to help get that additional training if needed. They can locate and apply for jobs that best match their military experience and desired location with the website's interactive Troops to Energy Jobs Roadmap.
As a veteran, your hard work, special knowledge, and skills are valued in your career at EWEB. Check out some of our employee testimonials about why this is a great place for veterans with technical and problem solving skills, leadership abilities, craft skills, and much more.
We offer an extensive benefits package to help our employees stay healthy and plan for their financial futures:
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Since the first meeting of the Eugene Water Board in 1911, our mission has been to serve our community.
City of Eugene residents elect five commissioners to four-year terms to form the EWEB Board of Commissioners. The elected Board is responsible for overall governance of the utility.