You know you want to work for more than just money. At AWWA you’ll find purpose, great benefits, relaxed culture, collaborative colleagues and interesting work. AWWA serves over 50,000 professionals who keep water safe and flowing to the taps of homes and businesses in North America and beyond.
Retirement plan. AWWA contributes 6% of your salary into your 403(b) account every pay period. If you defer 1-3% of your salary, AWWA matches it dollar-for-dollar up to 3%. Altogether, that’s a potential of 12% of your salary going into your 403(b) retirement account every pay period.
Paid Time Off. Start with two weeks vacation, two weeks sick time and one week (pro-rated based on date of employment) of personal time off. That’s up to 5 weeks your first year.
Great benefits. AWWA offers health, dental and vision insurance plans, company paid life insurance, EAP and long-term disability - as well as optional short-term disability, voluntary life insurance, pet insurance, and credit union membership.
Corporate mission. AWWA unites the water community to provide safe, sufficient water for all. AWWA is committed to public health, sustainability and excellence. AWWA advances technology, education, science and government policies.
Location. Beautiful building, wildlife, and a relaxing, pleasant south side of Denver location next to Marston Reservoir. Great places to walk and eat lunch and a spacious, free parking lot.
Your co-workers! You’ll look long and far to find a better group of creative minds with whom to work.
AWWA is an equal opportunity employer. AWWA is dedicated to the principles of equal employment opportunity in all terms, conditions, and privileges of employment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, genetic information, veteran status or any other status protected by law.
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