Jobs in water-related industries keep our Blue Economy growing strong. This curated list of water-related roles is for professionals at any stage in their career and across all sectors. You'll find a range of professions with varying qualifications and experience levels. We're committed to updating this list on a regular basis, so check back frequently for new listings. Know of any roles that touch water, which we should include? E-mail George Brigandi.
Opportunities With Current and Our Members/Partners
GIS Industry Solutions Manager, Water - Redlands, CA: Develop and execute vision and marketing strategy for the water industry growth in government and private sector. Manage and grow team of industry managers and specialists.
Utilities Solution Product Engineer - Chesterbrook, PA/Redlands, CA: As a member of the ArcGIS Solutions team, lead the evolution of ArcGIS utility network data models for electric, gas, water, sewer, stormwater, and telecommunications networks. Includes developing conceptual, logical, and physical information models and testing and updating the models.
Instrumentation and Controls Tech - Clinton, IL: Assist instrument mechanics in locating and correcting trouble in control systems and instruments of combustion equipment and chlorinators, water treatment systems, etc.
Nuclear Radwaste Chemist - Marseilles, IL: Manage Radwaste projects and programs, which entails the review and analysis of plant data for processed water, manage the ODCM Program, communicate with station management, maintain Radwaste reports and vendor oversight.
Director of Community and Strategic Initiatives - Chicago, IL: Lead current and new projects to achieve the vision of making the Chicago River system a healthy blue-green corridor of public, open space that benefits people and wildlife.
Chicago River Schools Network Program Internship - Chicago, IL: Provides K-12 teachers the training and personalized assistance they need to immerse their students in the turbulent history, evolving ecology, and improving health of the Chicago River.
Director of Water Resources - Chicago, IL: Continue to build the organization’s environmental policy and programming. Focus on water supply and stormwater initiatives, growing the program to more expansively target climate resilience and other pressing environment challenges.
Technical Sales Representative - Chicago, IL: Responsible for revenue and profit growth of programs and services in targeted accounts. Build relationships with existing customers. Convert strategic competitive accounts and sell new technologies to current customers.
Customer Delivery Specialist - Glenwood, IL: Join Nalco's logistics team and ensure safe delivery of all services and operations, establish daily route based on scshedule, and perform services according to established standards. Be the customer-facing ambassador for the company.
Other Blue Economy Jobs
Construction Coordinator III/Project Manager - Kankakee, IL: Project manage construction for both developer and company funded watermain/sewer extension projects
Engineering Manager for Water and Wastewater - Kankakee, IL: Facility planning to identify current and future capital improvements necessary to maintain proper water and wastewater service and to maintain compliance with regulatory requirements, collaborate with state and regional operations, manage the Illinois Engineering team.
Administrative Assistant - Peoria, IL: Responsible for performing standard and some advanced secretarial and administrative duties; including daily front-desk reception coverage.
Business Manager, Project Implementation - Naperville, IL: Responsible for leading execution of a variety of operational and strategic efforts across American Water Resources. Lead and implement AWD workflow initiatives and on-boarding new business development partners. Lead a team of highly skilled employees.
Senior Environmental Engineer - Milwaukee, WI: Manage the Water Department and assist with managing projects, developing business, serving clients and designing drinking water projects corporately, with an emphasis in Wisconsin and Illinois.
Wastewater Project Manager - Madison, WI: Develop and maintain business in the Wisconsin market. Typical duties include local business development efforts, marketing efforts, client services management and project management.
Operations and Maintenance Growth and Sales Leader - Chicago, IL: Sales and market development, relationship and stakeholder management for Jacobs’ OMFS business. Serves public agencies and private entities, delivering water and wastewater utility operations and maintenance (O&M), facilities management, remedial system O&M, public works and municipal services.