- About WaterOne
- Hiring Process
Thank you for considering employment with WaterOne! Each position listed in our job openings includes a position objective, a job description, required and preferred qualifications, and both Core and Position Competencies.
Job postings may be opened or closed at any time depending on business needs, and all applicants will receive appropriate communications throughout the interviewing and selection process.
Questions? Contact Human Resources by email.
Our Hiring Process
Step 1: Complete an application for the job of your choosing using our WaterOne Career Portal. Once your profile is set up and your application is complete, you may submit your resume for any other posted jobs on our website.
Step 2: All submissions will be reviewed by WaterOne Human Resources, who will reach out to qualified candidates that are selected to move forward in the interview process.
Step 3: Candidates who are selected for interviews will be required to complete their interviews in-person or virtually for the appropriate job opportunity.
Step 4: Once a final decision is made, an offer of employment will be extended to the chosen candidate. Upon acceptance of this offer, WaterOne will request authorization to conduct a background check, including criminal history, driving record, verification of education and employment history. All background checks are conducted in accordance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act (PDF). The chosen candidate will also be required to complete a drug screen and physical exam.
In order to promote a competitive professional environment, we cannot consider you for employment if you're related to an active WaterOne board member or current employee. This means any relationship by blood or marriage (including common law marriage) including father, mother, husband, wife, common law spouse, sister, brother, children, grandmother, grandfather, grandchild, aunt, uncle, nephew, niece, mother-in-law, father-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, first cousin, or legal guardian and the same step relations. Relatives by adoption and legal wards are included in this definition.