The Coachella Valley Water District is recognized for its worldwide progressive water management techniques. Covering approximately 1,000 square miles of southeastern California desert in Riverside, Imperial, and San Diego Counties, the District provides irrigation water service from the Colorado River through the All American Canal system to approximately 66,000 acres of fruits and vegetables including table grapes, citrus, sweet corn, and 90% of the country’s dates.
The District also provides urban water from 100 wells to more than 100,000 homes and businesses and sewer service through six reclamation plants to more than 90,000 homes and businesses.
The District is also a State Water Project contractor using available water for groundwater replenishment.
The Coachella Valley Water District offers a full benefits package including Medical, Dental, and Vision plans as well as Cal PERS retirement, life insurance policy, three deferred compensation plans, and a medical reimbursement fund. The District also offers vacation benefits, floating and set holidays, paid sick leave and longevity pay after seven years. The Coachella Valley Water District is an equal opportunity employer.