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The WEF Career Center has dozens of new water environment jobs every month. Post your openings or search our job listings for career opportunities in the water, wastewater, and environmental fields. WEF’s Career Center is continually updated with new employment listings for careers in wastewater, including water and wastewater management, operations, consulting engineering, and other career paths in water quality.

WEF's Career Center is also now a member of the Engineering and Science Career Network (ESCN), which boasts 148,000+ users across more than 35 disciplines throughout the engineering and scientific sectors. This further increases the exposure of your job advertisement and/or resume. 

Employers: Post available jobs today. Contact Camille Sanders or call 1.888.491.8833 ext. 1031 (extension required) for additional assistance.

Job Seekers: Create your profile and start your career search. Also, be sure to explore our suite of online resources to help build and manage your career. 

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Job Seekers

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  • Stay 'in the know' about qualifications currently in demand with top employers
  • Enjoy free and unlimited access to hundreds of job postings
  • Post your resume and search postings confidentially
  • Select the "Notify Me" option to track career opportunities
  • Gain access to resume critique and writing services (purchase required)

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  • Extend your reach--get your postings in front of 20,000+ site visitors each month
  • Utilize our Resume Search database to access a qualified talent pool
  • Preferred pricing for WEF members (coming soon!)
  • Maximize visibility for your posting with package enhancements
  • Utilize online job management and activity reports
  • Build company awareness with direct links to your website
  • Job Posting Packages starting at $125

Employers: Post Your Jobs Now!

 

Career Resources

The Bureau of Labor Statistics is the principle fact-finding agency for the United States Government in the broad field of labor economics and statistics. They publish many useful resources:

Competency Model
Over the past year the American Water Works Association (AWWA) and the Water Environment Federation (WEF) worked to identify the occupation specific competencies required for workers in the Water Sector. In collaboration with the Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water, the results of those efforts were formatted into a competency model using the framework provided by the Employment and Training Administration (ETA). The resulting model for the Water Sector, which depicts the core competencies required for field staff and operators, will be a resource for workforce developers and educators. AWWA and WEF have committed to promoting the model's use with their members and to keeping the model up to date.

Occupational Outlook Handbook
The Occupational Outlook Handbook provides information for hundreds of different types of jobs: job outlook & projections, earnings, training, qualifications & advancement, working conditions, etc.

Economic News Releases
Daily news releases with current statistical information on various economic topics: Employment & Unemployment, Inflation & Prices, Pay & Benefits, Productivity & Technology, along with news releases specific to various regions of the U.S.

Economy At-A-Glance
What is the unemployment rate in your state? Use Economy-At-A-Glance for specific state-by-state data.