Be part of a service-oriented workforce

Employment with PID is more than just a job. A career with us offers the opportunity to be part of an organization that is integral to Paradise's water supply and delivery system. As a PID employee, you’ll be part of the community-focused team which ensures reliable and safe water supply to more than 26,000 people in Paradise (California).


Customer Service Representative

Paradise Irrigation District is accepting applications for a Customer Service Representative to perform a wide variety of functions in receiving and processing service requests; perform fiscal recordkeeping work in maintaining and updating billing accounts, and receive and resolve complaints and questions concerning the delivery of services and status of accounts.

Two years of increasingly responsible work experience in performing customer service and relations work is desirable. $2,607 to $3,710 monthly (based on 37.5 hours per week). Application and job information are available at 6332 Clark Road, Paradise, CA, M-F 9am to 4pm, (530) 877-4971.



Water Treatment Plant Operator II or III

Located in central Butte County, California, the Paradise Irrigation District (PID) is seeking a full-time Water Treatment Plant Operator II or III to join a six-member team of personnel at the District’s 22.8 million gallon per day water filtration treatment plant located in Magalia, California. The District has been serving the water needs of the community since 1916. Paradise is less than a two-hour drive from Sacramento and three hours from the San Francisco Bay Area. The District is comprised of approximately 35 operations, maintenance, technical, and administrative employees. A five-member Board of Directors, elected by the District residents, governs the District.

Under direction, this individual will serve as part of a regular plant staff and be responsible to inspect, maintain, and operate raw water storage and treatment facilities to assure proper quantity and quality of water in the District. Must be able to work a flexible schedule in order to ensure the 24-hour, seven-day operation at the District’s Water Treatment Plant, as well as willingness to work nights, weekends, holidays, and overtime as needed for routine and emergency conditions.



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