Work with CRMWD

The CRMWD staff work as a team to provide critical water services that are the lifeblood of our region’s economic growth, health and well-being. Together, our family of approximately 86 staff fulfill CRMWD’s mission by providing almost 19 billion gallons of quality water each year.

From maintenance and managing a major water system infrastructure to administering contracts to maintaining parks and lakes to electrical and electronics and finance, CRMWD offers a range of career opportunities.

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Employee Benefits

For additional information about job opportunities, please contact the Human Resources Department at 432-267-6341.

Positions Available

Park Technician (Lake Spence)
1 position available

Maintains Park and Wildlife Management facilities under direct supervision of Reservoir Superintendent and guidance from Reservoir Park Specialist.

Operations Maintenance Technician (Midland/Odessa Area, Monahans Area)
2 positions available

Responsible for maintaining the District's raw water pipelines, pump stations, and wells. Entry to intermediate level position.

Electrician
1 position available

Work directly with Electrical Supervisor to assure smooth operation of District facilities.

Senior Engineer (Big Spring)
1 position available

Provides project management, engineering design and support for District maintenance and capital improvement projects and operations.

Electronics Technician (Midland/Odessa, Big Spring)
1 position available

Work directly with Electronics Supervisor to assure smooth operation of District facilities.

Project Engineer (Big Spring)
1 position available

Provides engineering support for District facilities and system operations.

Meter Technician (Big Spring or San Angelo)
1 position available

Work directly with Electronics Supervisor to assure smooth operation of District facilities.

Manager – Engineering and Construction Services (Big Spring)
1 position available

This position is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the engineering and construction services area for the District including supervising and directing District staff, engineering design for in-house projects, materials and equipment purchases, coordination with and managing engineering firms and contractors.

Reservoir Superintendent (Lake Ivie)
1 position available

This position is responsible for the day-to-day coordination and managing of activities around the District’s reservoir including operations and maintenance and administrative responsibilities.

Assistant Operations Superintendent (San Angelo )
1 position available

Direct the operations of daily maintenance functions throughout the district; identify priorities, planning strategies, monitoring performance and providing instruction, and direction to maintenance staff.

General Manager (Big Spring)
1 position available

GRANT TO RETIRE FROM CRMWD John Grant, long-time general manager of Colorado River Municipal Water District (CRMWD, has announced plans to retire. He has served as CRMWD’s chief executive since 1995. “John has done an outstanding job of leading the water district for more than two decades, and we are sorry to see him go, but he has certainly earned his retirement,” said CRMWD board president Mickey Jones. “We will John all the best.” In addition to his leadership at CRMWD, Grant also serves as chairman of the Region F Regional Water Planning Group, a 32-county regional water planning area in West Texas. He is past president of the Texas Water Conservation Association, member of the American Water Works Association, and board member of the TWCA Risk Management Find. Prior to joining the district, Grant was with the engineering firm Freese and Nichols, where his primary responsibilities were related to the planning, design, and construction of major water supply projects across the State of Texas. “Leaving the water district is like leaving home,” Grant said. “I will miss the CRMWD family, but am looking forward to the next phase of my life.” A national search for Grant’s successor is underway and is being managed by Lehman Associates of Austin. For information on the opportunity, visit this page. CRMWD, founded in 1949, provides wholesale raw water to its member cities Big Spring, Odessa, and Snyder, as well as six additional municipal customers in West Texas. The district serves more than 600,000 Texans in a service area that includes 36 counties, as well as serving three industrial, seven mining, and approximately 300 rural water customers. CRMWD is governed by a board of directors whose 12 members are appointed by the three member cities.