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Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
8/8/2018
Job Category:
Maintenance
Utility Worker
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Solano Irrigation District | Vacaville, CA
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Job Description

Solano Irrigation District accepting applications for:

Utility Worker - $3,952-$6,468 per month - based on license and/or certifications held. Perform a variety of semiskilled and skilled work in the in the construction, maintenance, repair and replacement of infrastructure including: canals, pipelines, pumping plants, roads, buildings and other facilities. Experience with operating construction / maintenance equipment and hand /power tools. Valid Class 'C' California driver's license with satisfactory driving record; high school graduate or equivalent. Full job description and benefit information available on website. Classic CalPERS Members - 2%@60 formula; employee pays 7% Employee Contribution. New CalPERS Members 2%@62 formula; employee pays 6.25% Employee Contribution. No Social Security deductions.

Equal opportunity employer.


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About Solano Irrigation District

Solano Irrigation District (SID) is an independent special district, a local governmental agency, formed in 1948. The 5-member Board of Directors is elected by registered voters within the boundaries of the District. SID has entitlements for 151,000 acre feet of agricultural and domestic water for service to many areas in Solano County each year. The District also is the operator of the Solano Project which delivers Lake Berryessa water to four cities, the Maine Prairie Water District and SID customers. The District owns and operates the hydroelectric power plant at the base of Monticello Dam. SID has 98 employees and operates on a $7 million annual budget of its own. SID is partners with the Cities of Dixon and Suisun City in water delivery utilizing another $6 million in revenues to accomplish the partnerships' objectives.