WORK WITH US
United Water Conservation District is an equal opportunity employer. Employment selection and related decisions are made without regard to race, color, religious creed, national origin, sex, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition or marital status.
The District offers a dynamic working environment and competitive salary and benefits. We invite you to apply using the links below.
Please note: A completed employment application is required for all open positions. Resumes are accepted with a completed application. Please click on the link to download an application. Please print the application and mail, fax, email link or deliver to UWCD’s main office. We are unable to accept applications through the website.
Completed applications may be mailed, faxed or delivered to:
United Water Conservation District
Attn: Human Resources 1701 N. Lombard Street, Suite 200
Oxnard, CA 93030
United Water Conservation District from time to time may issue an RFP, or a request for proposal for a particular project. These documents will outline project specifics such as scope and price and ask potential vendors to come back with a bid for the work. Multiple bids are then compared to help determine the best choice.
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PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST
Under the California Public Records Act, citizens have a right to access public information by government agencies. Public records are all documents of the District retained in the ordinary course of business, except those specifically exempted by law.
Public records include:
- Minutes, resolutions, agreements
- Correspondence and miscellaneous public records
- Audit and financial documents
- Engineering or planning public records
Public records are open to inspection during normal office hours at the District’s headquarters located at 1701 N. Lombard St., Suite 200, Oxnard, California.
The District will respond within 10 days of receiving a request to determine whether the records requested are subject to disclosure under the Public Records Act; this period may be extended by the District for an additional 14 days. If the records are available, the records will be produced within a reasonable amount of time thereafter.
FILL OUT THE FORM BELOW TO SUBMIT A PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST:
Please fill out the form below so we may quickly address your question or concern. A staff member will be in touch with you within 24 hours.