Build Your Future With Us
At ERWSD, our Operations team shares a passion for providing safe, clean water and wastewater services for our customers. Whether your expertise is in mechanical trades, chemistry, biology, or environmental studies, we have opportunities for you to learn, grow and contribute. Bring your ideas and skills to ERWSD.
The ERWSD Operations team works on our drinking and wastewater plants, meets daily repair needs within the district and drives customer satisfaction through service excellence. Our roles range from Wastewater Operator to Field Operations to Water Operator to Controls Technician. No matter the role, you’ll have the training and tools you need to do your best work. Explore our current postings and learn more about what ERWSD can offer you.
Why choose ERWSD?
Ongoing Career Growth
Whether you are new to the industry or bring years of related experience, we’ll work with you to ensure that you remain professionally challenged and engaged.
With several facilities and growth in Eagle County, you’ll experience variety every day.
We are collaborative to the core at ERWSD, supporting each other so we all achieve success. Your voice matters here, so you’ll be asked for feedback and new ideas.
Learn what people love about working here.
“This organization is very dynamic and we’re all really interdependent on each other. We also really value each individual’s role in the organization and their unique contributions. As such, when individuals demonstrate their commitment to performing at a high level, they are given a reasonable degree of autonomy to manage their work and priorities.”Andrew Kirsch, Vail Water Supervisor – Joined in 1998
“What I like is being outside, everyday is a different task and different area and continuous learning about our system.”Mike Medina, Industrial Mechanic – joined 2005
“What I like about being at ERWSD is the location. I left the Front Range to get back to the mountains. This is one gigantic adult playground out here. I also really like the people here. Everyone seems really invested in the people that they have. This place doesn’t have a militant atmosphere. Everyone here is here for similar reasons and it shows in people’s interactions and what the District is willing to do for people.”Nick Tessmer, Edwards Wastewater Supervisor – Joined in 2015