Under general supervision, to perform a variety of office and field sub-professional engineering duties; to establish and maintain detailed and interrelated engineering and hydrological record-keeping systems; to coordinate and operate special programs; and to perform related work as required.
Water Resources Technician I is the experienced first level in the series. Incumbents perform a variety of office and field duties within water resources, water supply, flood control, water quality, and/or the construction, operation and maintenance of water treatment and distribution facilities. As experience and proficiency are gained, assignments become more difficult and independence of action is increased. After one year of successful experience at this level, incumbents are normally eligible to advance to the Technician II level.
Education: Completion of sixty semester units of college level studies with an emphasis in engineering, mathematics and/or science;
Experience: The equivalent of two years of full-time experience in sub-professional engineering or water resources work at a level equivalent to the class of Water Resource Engineering Aide.
License: Possession of a valid California Driver’s license.