Have you found the books Clark gave to elementary school libraries? This year’s book is Drop: An Adventure through the Water Cycle


Engineering Technician – Water

< Back to All Careers

What it’s like to be an Engineering Technician – Water

Engineering technicians in the water department at Clark Public Utilities support the water department engineering staff with mapping using Geographic Information Systems (GIS), computer aided design (CAD), construction inspection and documentation, and hydraulic modeling. They develop complex CAD or GIS drawings from rough sketches or verbal instruction. And interpret as-built drawings and incorporates them into the utility’s mapping system.

They inspect water facility construction including water mains, water treatment plants, wells, booster pumps, tanks, and valve stations. They document daily construction activities, develop custom GIS applications, perform complex analysis of GIS data and help prepare maps for utility usage.

Education: Associate’s degree in engineering or related field.

Click here to see current career opportunities and sign up for alerts when new openings are posted.

Here are a few action shots: