Jobs

All applicants for employment with the North Tahoe Public Utility District must fill out an APPLICATION. If you will be sending your application via e-mail, please email to hr@ntpud.org and put "NTPUD job applicant" on the subject line or risk that the e-mail will be filtered out by our SPAM filter. Please feel free to contact HR at 530-546-4212 to confirm if your e-mail was received. The North Tahoe Public Utility District is a drug-free workplace.

To apply, print out an application by clicking on the "APPLICATION" link above. 

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Current Full-Time, Year-Round Positions Open:

Controller

North Tahoe Event Center Manager

Board Secretary/Administrative Liasion

Utility Operations Maintance Worker (I/II)

Seasonal Positions Open

Seasonal Parks Maintenance Worker

Seasonal Parking Attendants

Seasonal Operations Maintenance Worker

Seasonal Event Center Maintenance Workers


Controller (full-time, year-round)

The North Tahoe Public Utility District is seeking a Controller.  This is an exciting opportunity as it is a newly created position which will oversee day-to-day accounting and financial operations of the department. The Controller will work under the Chief Financial Officer to ensure that reports, accounts, systems, policies, and practices adhere to generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP).  The Controller will also establish, coordinate, and maintain an accounting system that properly reflects the financial position of the District.

The successful candidate will be a self-starter, detail-oriented, and have demonstrated expertise in report preparation, budget preparation and reconciliation processes.  The position requires the use of considerable independent judgment and initiative in the performance of high level administrative and technical finance and accounting duties.  Areas of responsibility will include supervision, scheduling, and coordinating work with the accounting/finance staff.

The position requires a bachelor’s degree in Finance or Accounting and five to seven years experience managing fiscal, budget, and cost of service matters in a public utility setting. Master’s degree preferred. The five-step salary range for the position is $96,772 to $117,627. Excellent benefits.

To apply you must submit a District application, resume, and cover letter to Human Resources, Email hr@ntpud.org, or mail to PO Box 139, Tahoe Vista, CA 96148.  If you have questions, please call HR at 530-553-5413.  First review of applications will be Monday, April 8, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. The position is open until filled. Start date is anticipated to be July 1, 2019.  Job Description


North Tahoe Event Center Manager (year-round)

The North Tahoe Event Center Manager is a newly created position that will oversee the day-to-day operations of the North Tahoe Event Center, including supervising facility staff, prepare annual operating and capital budgets, solicit business and coordinates rentals for the North Tahoe Event Center (NTEC) and the sale of related services for District venues with the goal of increasing overall use of the facility by the community and public; acts as the responsible District representative for assigned venues and applicable software programs; and attends internal and external events as the District’s sales representative. The ideal candidate for the position would have; significant management and industry experience in the wedding and event business as well as a working knowledge of community use of municipally owned event facilities, a strong understanding of the Tahoe market, and capable of leading sales, pricing, branding, and marketing/advertising of the NTEC.  This individual would lead sales and community partnerships for the NTEC. Must submit a District application and resume. Five-step salary range $64,579-$78,497 FLSA Exempt, plus earnable performance pay up to 3% after step 5. Excellent benefit package-see below. Position open until filled. Job Description


Board Secretary/Administrative Liaison (year-round)

The Board Secretary/Administrative Liaison performs all statutory duties of Board Clerk, including a variety of paraprofessional and administrative duties involving a high degree of accuracy, confidentiality, discretion, and independent judgment. Acts as custodian of and responsible for the safekeeping and maintenance of all official records, personnel records, Ordinances, Resolutions, minutes, contracts, and other formal documents and records of the District. Provides administrative support to the General Manager/CEO, Board of Directors, Board Committees and Commissions, Human Resources and other department heads; assists in scheduling meetings and assembling and distributing Agendas and Board Packets. The ideal candidate for the position would perform all functions of the Office of Board Secretary as required by State, Federal, and Public Utilities Code, understand laws, regulations applicable to the District including but not limited to elections process, Brown Act and public records; have a high level of experience with administrative and human resources support; have excellent written and verbal communication and listening skills; ability to work cooperatively and tactfully with elected officials, the public, and staff. Five-Step salary range $78,861.13-$95,857.41, plus earnable performance pay up to 3% after step 5.  Excellent benefit package - please see below. Must submit a District application and resume to Human Resources.  First Review of Applications will be Friday, March 15, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. The position is open until filled. Desired start date is April 22, 2019. Job Description


Utility Operations Maintenance Worker I/II (year-round)

Assist in the maintenance and operation of the District's wastewater collection, water storage, and water distribution systems, and operate various equipment used to repair and maintain those systems. As part of a crew, perform required labor involved in the construction and maintenance of projects including laying pipe, trenching, back filling, pavement cutting, ditch digging, manhole and line cleaning, and pipe repair. Safely operates a variety of related power construction and maintenance equipment.  Basic knowledge of methods, tools, materials, and equipment used in the construction, repair, operation, and maintenance of sewer and water systems and associated facilities; Knowledge of safe work methods and related safety practices pertaining to the trade and the ability to read and interpret safety rules; Ability to follow oral and written directions; Requires mechanical ability; Ability to establish and maintain cooperative relationships with other employees. Possession of a valid California or Nevada Driver's License with a driving record satisfactory to the District and the District’s insurance carrier. Excellent benefit package - please see below. Must submit a District application and resume to Human Resources.  First review of applications is Friday, March 15, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. The position is open until filled. FLSA Non-exempt. Job Description


 

Seasonal Positions

Hiring for the Summer!  North Tahoe Public Utility District facilities include the North Tahoe Regional Park, a 108-acre park surrounded by National Forest, including three ballfields, a synthetic surfaced multi-use field, tennis and pickleball courts, disc golf course, Dog Park, the Tahoe Vista Recreation Area, located on the north shore of Lake Tahoe, boat launch, public parking across the street, and the North Tahoe Event Center with approximately 10,000 square feet of meeting and event space.

Seasonal Parks Maintenance Workers - six (6) seasonal positions open
Have fun and enjoy working outdoors this summer by joining our parks crew working at beautiful Lake Tahoe. Duties include athletic field preparation; mow, landscape, weed, plant, prune, irrigation related tasks, rake, sweep, clean restrooms, walks, parking lots, playground, infield areas, emptying refuse containers, load and unload trucks of refuse, trimmings, soil, sand, rock, and other materials. Operate a variety of power and hand tools; possession of a valid driver’s license.  Requires a love of the outdoors and a desire to participate in keeping our great parks clean and safe.  Varied hours and shifts including weekends. Pay at $15.00/hr. plus .50 cents/hour bonus if you stay through Labor Day. 
 
Seasonal Parking Attendants – six (6) seasonal positions open
Work at the lake or at the entrance to the park!  Parking Attendants needed at the Tahoe Vista Recreation Area and North Tahoe Regional Park. Duties include collecting parking and boat launching fees, inspecting boats at the boat ramp, requires accurate recordkeeping, excellent customer service.  Varied hours and shifts including weekends. Pay at $13.50/hr. plus .50 cents/hour bonus if you stay through Labor Day. 
 
Join our Operations crew and help maintain the operation of the District’s wastewater collection, water storage, and water distribution systems.  Learn to operate a variety of equipment used to maintain and repair our water and sewer lines including laying pipe, trenching, back filling, pavement cutting, ditch digging, manhole and line cleaning, and pipe repair. Possession of a valid driver’s license; construction background a plus. Pay at $20.00/hr. 9/80 schedule.
 
Located on the shore of Lake Tahoe in downtown Kings Beach, the North Tahoe Event Center is busy throughout the summer with weddings, special events, conferences, and recreation classes.  Duties include set up and tear down of rooms, beverage setup, carpet and tile floor care, clean restrooms, clean kitchen, empty refuse containers, sweep, ability to read setup plans and follow oral and written instruction. Excellent customer service. Pay at $15.00/hour.
 

TO APPLY FOR ANY OF THE ABOVE POSITIONS YOU MUST SUBMIT A DISTRICT APPLICATION - MAIL TO NTPUD, PO BOX 139, TAHOE VISTA, CA 96148, OR FAX TO 530-546-1540 OR EMAIL TO HR@NTPUD.ORG.  FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL SANDRA AT 530-553-5413.  All positions require a pre-employment physical exam, background check, and drug screening test.

Benefit Package includes participation in CalPERS pension, paid health coverage for you and your dependents, 12 days paid holiday, 12 days paid sick leave, two weeks vacation (increases with years of service), paid life and long term disability insurance, Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA).