Spartanburg Water is an industry leading utility that offers team members a culture of innovation, a history of excellence and an investment in their continued success.
Nestled in the Piedmont region of South Carolina and a short drive away from the beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains and ever-popular beaches of the South Carolina Low country, Spartanburg is a thriving and growing community that is home to seven diverse and well-known institutions of higher learning. Residents enjoy incredible outdoor recreation opportunities, an eclectic and delicious local restaurant and brewery scene, a vibrant cultural environment and the benefits of strong economic growth with an affordable cost of living.
INNOVATION: Through innovative technologies and industry leading practices, Spartanburg Water has had the honor of twice receiving recognition as a Utility of the Future Today – and as one of only two South Carolina utilities to ever receive the award and only one of 18 utilities globally to receive the honor a second time.
HISTORY: Through sustainability and resiliency, Spartanburg Water has consistently provided the highest quality drinking water and wastewater services to our region for more than 100 years, and continues to be a vital part of the area’s successful economic growth and development.
Job Skills / Requirements
Under direct supervision, will perform the duties listed below for the Watershed Management Section. Will report to the Chief Lake Warden.
Assist with general office duties.
Issue watercraft permits.
Accurately account for any monies received from the sale of permits.
Assist public with questions and concerns.
Answer the telephone in the office, communicate with the Lake Wardens when necessary.
Schedule Wardens to respond to customer needs, problems, or concerns when necessary.
Perform general office cleaning duties, such as vacuuming and emptying trash cans, dusting, etc.
Other duties as assigned.
Minimum Training and Experience
Must be at least 18 years of age. Requires basic reading and writing skills. Must have basic computer skills, with Microsoft Word experience desirable.
Additional Information / Benefits
Weekends Only . Position to be available 3.11.24-9.13.24
Pay: $15.00 per hour
Hours of Work: 9:30 A.M - 6:00 P.M
Job Duration: March – September
This job reports to the Watershed Manager
This is a Temporary / Seasonal position 1st Shift, Summers.
Number of Openings for this position: 1