Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District
  • 21-Sep-2022 to 14-Oct-2022 (MST)
  • Administration
  • West Jordan, UT, USA
  • 157475-267707 per year
  • Salary
  • Full Time

Comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, and vision insurance. Two retirement plans. Vacation and sick leave.

Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District is searching for a dynamic and experienced leader to join our organization in the role of General Manager/CEO. Working under the direction of policies and with guidance from the Board of Trustees, the General Manager/CEO carries out the mission of the District, which is to deliver quality water and services every day. The ideal candidate will have at least a bachelor's degree and a minimum of eleven years of related management experience.

The General Manager/CEO position earns $157,475 to $267,707 per year along with a comprehensive benefits package. To submit an application, please visit: . Applications will be accepted until October 14, 2022.

The Jordan Valley Water Conservancy District (the District), a Utah political subdivision, was organized on September 14, 1951 under the provisions of the Utah Water Conservancy Act. The District encompasses an area of approximately 175 square miles in the western and southern regions of the Salt Lake Valley and the northern tip of Utah County, in the State of Utah. The District was originally named "The Salt Lake County Water Conservancy District" and formally adopted its present name in 1999.

The District operates primarily as a wholesale provider of water to various customer agencies that include cities, water companies and improvement districts that directly serve approximately 680,000 persons and indirectly serve another 320,000 persons. Approximately 85% of the water delivered by the District is sold to its wholesale member agencies. The District also supplies water on a retail basis to over 35,000 persons, primarily in unincorporated areas of Salt Lake County, and additionally provides irrigation water to the agricultural community. The main role of the District is to develop and purchase water where it is available, and treat and transport it to where it is needed, in order to ensure that an adequate water supply is available for its service area. The District plays an important role in water resource planning, conservation, development and management within the Salt Lake County area.

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