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Working at Metro

By working for a wastewater treatment facility, you can take pride in providing a critical service to our community and protecting our environment. We value our workforce and know that attracting and keeping talented employees is a key to successfully maintaining our reputation as a world class wastewater treatment facility.

What We Do

We have approximately 350 employees who are involved in a wide variety of functions that are vital to day-to-day operations of the plant.
  • Wastewater Plant Operators
  • Maintenance Personnel
  • Laboratory Analysts
  • Engineers and Scientists
  • Accountants
  • Computer Professionals
  • Administrative Support Personnel

Why Work Here?

You can be part of a workforce that is small enough to know each other by name and face but large enough to provide competitive pay and employee benefits.
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Current Employees

Do you need benefits information? Want to know what Metro District events are coming up? Check out these resources that are just for you.
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EEO Statement

We are dedicated to the principles of equal employment opportunity and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national original, age, physical or mental disability, Veteran status, or any other status protected by state or local law.

Job Openings

Applications are accepted only for specific job openings. To be considered for any position, you must complete an employment Application.

Plant Operator I
Performs skilled and unskilled work and tasks required to operate and control the performance of liquid and solids stream unit process equipment.View the complete opening →

Application Deadline:March 08, 2015 Apply Online
Maintenance Worker
Performs a variety of unskilled to semi-skilled duties related to maintenance of the District's facilities.
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Application Deadline:March 02, 2015 Apply Online
Superintendent - Resource Recovery and Reuse

Directs and coordinates the daily activities of the Operations and Maintenance Divisions within the Resource Recovery and Reuse Department.  Provides management, technical expertise, and leadership in developing, operating, and maintaining the Biosolids Management and District Fleet Maintenance Programs.

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Application Deadline:March 08, 2015 Apply Online