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HENRY MILLER RECLAMATION DISTRICT #2131

11704 HENRY MILLER AVE.
Dos Palos , CA

MAINTENANCE WORKER/DITCHTENDER

HENRY MILLER RECLAMATION DISTRICT #2131
Dos Palos, CA Full-time
Posted on January 28, 2019

HENRY MILLER RECLAMATION DISTRICT #2131

Maintenance Worker/Ditchtender

The maintenance duties include a variety of construction tasks associated with the installation, repair and maintenance of irrigation canals, drains, ditches, pipelines, crossings and other related facilities, and operation of light construction equipment and vehicles. The Ditchtender duties include scheduling and distribution of irrigation water to customers, and proper operation of the conveyance and distribution facilities. This is an entry level position with close supervision, performing assigned duties with detailed instruction. Applications and the Job Description can be picked up at the Henry Miller Reclamation District #2131 Office, located at 11704 W. Henry Miller Ave., Dos Palos, CA 93620 or contact (209) 826-5112 to make other arrangements. Open positions: One (1). Henry Miller Reclamation District is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

 

 

EOE
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