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Employment Opportunities in Florida


The Florida Section AWWA is pleased to provide the following listing of employment opportunities in Florida. To search for national or international opportunities, please visit the AWWA Career Center


Currently, only AWWA Utility Members (Grade 80-86) and Service Provider Members (Grade 90-94) may post jobs. Please send your job postings to Peggy Guingona at


Job Openings:


Brown and Caldwell


City of Deerfield Beach



City of Clearwater




City of Clermont



City of Fort Lauderdale


City of Hollywood

City of Margate




City of Newberry



City of Pompano Beach


City of St. Cloud



City of Tampa Water Department



Miami-Dade Water & Sewer Dept.



Ozello Water Association, Inc.



Palm Beach County


Pasco County Job Opportunities - click here




Pinellas County Utilities



Pluris Wedgefield, Inc.


Polk County Utilities


Toho Water Authority (Visit the Toho Water Authority webpage today and learn how you can join our team! Visit to review full job description and submit an employment application for consideration.)

  • Employment Opportunity for Engineers:
    Engineer I
    Engineer II
    Professional Engineer
    The purpose of this position is to provide engineering and project management services from initial planning through budgeting, design, and construction. This is accomplished by managing all aspects of engineering projects; managing contractors and consultants; coordinating with other departments and agencies; preparing permit applications; reviewing construction plans, drawings, calculations, specifications, and reports; conducting research on regulations, standards, and historical data; review, evaluate, and coordinate asset improvements with Asset Manager; preparing budget items for capital improvement projects and operating expenses; negotiating design scopes; developing bid documents and addenda; developing and signing & sealing distribution and collection system construction plans and specifications for projects;  responding to Requests for Information; developing work directives; evaluating, negotiating, and preparing change orders; closing out projects; visiting sites; creating and using hydraulic models; and interpreting model results for use on capital, private development, and interdepartmental projects;  preparing agenda items; and providing reports to the Board of Supervisors, Directors, and external entities.  
    Other duties include developing and implementing master plans; signing and sealing Capacity Analysis Reports and plant Operation and Maintenance Reports; providing engineering support to other divisions; reviewing private development master plans, construction plans, and hydraulic calculations; evaluating impact of private development on existing infrastructure; attending conferences, seminars, and technical training; emergency training and response; developing leadership plans; supervising direct reports; performing reference checks; performing interim and annual performance evaluations; guiding Development Project Managers, Engineering Technicians, and Construction Inspectors; conducting and attending meetings; and communicating with the public.

Minimum qualifications required include a Bachelor’s Degree from an ABET accredited university in the field of engineering. Strong organizational skills and communication skills, and ability to manage priorities.  TWA offers a competitive benefit and compensation package. Applicants must submit a complete online application for employment consideration. To learn more about TWA and to apply, please visit TWA is an Equal Opportunity Employer


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