Lessalt/West Hills Urban Surface Water Supplies for 2017-2019

 

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Pajaro River Watershed Integrated Regional Water Management Plan

The IRWM Plan is a collaborative effort led by representatives from San Benito County Water District, Santa Clara Valley Water District, and Pajaro Valley Water Management Agency. The IRWM Plan identifies opportunities for the integrated management of all aspects of water resources in the watershed.

Pajaro River Watershed IRWM Plan Update Public Notice

2007 Pajaro River Watershed IRWM Plan

2010 Pajaro River Watershed IRWM Planning Grant Application

2012 Pajaro IRWMP Project Form

Salt and Nutrient Managment Plan

Pajaro IRWM Grant Update

 
THE WATER
RESOURCES
ASSOCIATION

is Offering Free AG Irrigation & Fertilizer Management Workshops for San Benito County Growers

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San Benito County Water District is an
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Professional Employment Opportunity

Apply Immediately – open until filled
(deadline for 1st round of interviews is Friday, March 24, 2017)

Accountant

(Management/Professional/Confidential Class)

$4,585 - $6,034/mo

(salary will depend on candidate qualifications)
Excellent Benefit Package

 

Recruitment is for 1 Full Time Position – Career opportunity for self-motivated individual who can perform a variety of professional financial and accounting work requiring a detailed knowledge of the principles and practices of enterprise, governmental and fund accounting and financial reporting systems, budgeting systems and management information systems in support of District functions; to personally perform complex accounting, auditing and analysis duties; to review accounting records, and prepare forecasts, budgets, financial reports and analysis; and to do other work as required. Requirements for this position are as follows:

Requirements:

Any combination of experience and education (training) that would provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualified. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be:

  • Two (2) years responsible governmental accounting experience.
  • Equivalent to Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in accounting or a closely related field that has included a significant amount of accounting course work. Substitute professional accounting technical support work may be substituted for the education on a year-for-year basis to a maximum of two (2) years, provided that the accounting core course work has been completed.

Application Instructions: Application packet is available at www.sbcwd.com. Please email required application documents to jobs@sbcwd.com or mail to PO Box 899, Hollister, CA 95024. Application packet should include: (1) Cover letter; (2) Supplemental questionnaire; (3) Resume; and (4) Application for Employment (resume will not substitute for completed application).

Job Description - Supplemental Questionnaire

all applications will be screened and reviewed for conformance with requirements listed in this job announcement and the position's job description. the most qualified candidates will be invited to participate in an oral interview. only one candidate will be hired and will be offered a position based on his/her experience and training. this is an at-will position which means the employee may resign at any time or the employer may discharge at any time with or without cause. the successful candidate must pass a background check, district required pre-employment physical and drug screen prior to appointment.

A DISTRICT APPLICATION, SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE AND RESUME ARE REQUIRED TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ALL POSITIONS

 

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Blue Valve Water Users
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ERADICATION OF THE ZEBRA MUSSELS

In an effort to control & eradicate the destructive aquatic mussel, SBCWD has partnered with federal, state, and local government agencies to plan an attack on the invasive species.

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Hollister Urban Area Water Project

Cooperative Effort Will Boost Quality of Drinking Water

The Hollister Urban Area Water Project (HUAWP) is a collaborative effort under way to deliver high-quality water to help ensure economic stability and contribute to a better quality of life for the entire community.

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HUA Water Project Link

HUA Water Project Video

HUA Water & Wastewater Master Plan