Sunnyslope County Water District is an equal opportunity employer and employs persons having the best available skills to efficiently provide high quality service to the public. The District provides equal opportunity for all persons in all aspects of employment, including recruitment, selection, promotion, transfer, training, compensation, educational assistance, benefits, discipline, working conditions, reduction in force, reinstatement, and all other matters of employment.
Equality of opportunity shall be based solely on job-related knowledge, skills, and job performance, and shall be without discrimination related to any legally protected class. There shall be no discrimination because of age, race, color, creed, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, mental or physical disability, national origin, religious or political beliefs, or any other protected class, and the District shall comply with current Federal and State anti-discrimination regulations.
Every member of management is held responsible for assuring non-discrimination in employment opportunities. In addition, all staff members, regardless of position, share in the responsibility of maintaining a discrimination-free workplace.
The District is committed to: 1) recognize both a moral and legal obligation to work toward a work force composition reflecting the mix of ethnic minorities and women in the labor markets from which the District draws its staff, and 2) make a demonstrable and deliberate effort in hiring to solicit applications from minority and women candidates in all cases where their representation is below the labor force standard.