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Thank you for your interest in a career with Ute Water Conservancy District.  As the largest domestic water provider on the Western Slope, the District takes much pride in its organization, its employees, and its involvement in the community. 


The District has a variety of projects in raw to finished water resources which requires a variety of technical and professional career opportunities.  For these opportunities, we strive to promote from within and will recruit externally for a broad range of positions. 


The District values professionalism, personal ethical integrity, and collaborative and proactive leadership. The goal of the District is to hire the best-qualified candidates for open positions.  Again, thank you for your interest in a career with Ute Water Conservancy District.   

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Why do we want the best water around? Because it’s our water too. For over 65 years, we’ve treated the snowmelt found on the Grand Mesa, and a few other sources to make it the freshest we can. That’s the absolute truth.

Because our founders knew a life with out clean water, we're committed to making sure you never do.

The process from capturing freshly fallen snowmelt from the Grand Mesa is one that makes the District unique and is admired by other water providers across the nation. The Grand Mesa, also recognized as the world's largest flattop mesa, is the primary watersheds for the District, and the gravity-fed system that delivers the pristine snowmelt to your tap is unique to the District. 


Each drop of water that comes out of the tap has originated from the Grand Mesa and is brought to you by dedicated employees who helped capture, move, treat, and distribute the water to your home. 


We don't make the water, but we make sure it gets to you and that's it's safe for you to consume, because Ute Water is our water too.


And that's our absolute truth.

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