Human Resources/Risk Manager (Part Time)
Three Valleys has an opening for a part-time Human Resources/Risk Manager.
Requires five (5) years of increasingly responsible, professional human resources and risk management experience, preferably in a special district, government or public agency. Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management or a related degree with a concentration/emphasis on human resources is required; must have a valid California Class "C" driver's license. Prior educational coursework and training in Human Resources is required with the ability to attain SHRM or SPHR and an Associate in Risk Management (ARM) certification or equivalent certification within a year.
This is a part-time position working 6 hours/day, 4 days per week (Mon-Thu).
If you are interested click on the PDF below to learn more about the position. Applicants MUST also complete a Three Valleys' Employment Application, which is provided in the second PDF below.
Completed applications can be sent to Kirk Howie, at email@example.com, or faxed to (909) 625-5470, or dropped off in person.
Next review of applications will take place after June 15th.
Three Valleys has an opening for a Water Apprentice.
A high school diploma supplemented by applicable, specialized training is preferred. Prospective skilled workers usually like to work with their hands, solve practical problems and use various tools to build and repair things. They like to finish things they've started and don't care how dirty or greasy the job is, as long as they get it done.
Those that have taken water treatment/distribution courses, have some basic knowledge of mechanical, electrical and transmission systems, chemistry, biology, mathematics, record-keeping and reporting techniques, etc. Physical fitness, a good sense of balance, eye-hand coordination, color sense, agility, strength, ability to lift up to 55 pounds and work at heights all with a mechanical aptitude are desirable qualifications. Some level of interest and experience in Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) analysis is a plus. Ability to work with others, a good personality and neat appearance are necessary as there is occasional contact with the public.
This is an unpaid position and is meant to provide training and hands on experience.
If you are interested click on the PDF below to learn more about the position. Applicants MUST complete a Three Valleys' Employment Application, which is included in the PDF.
Completed applications can be sent to Kirk Howie, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or faxed to (909) 625-5470, or dropped off in person. (Three Valleys' Administrative Offices are open Monday through Thursday, 7:30am to 5:30pm.)