The Three Valleys Municipal Water District (Three Valleys) located in Claremont, CA. is a wholesale water agency and a member agency of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, that provides imported water to approximately 500,000 within Los Angeles County covering a 133 square mile service area. Three Valleys is a recognized innovator and leader in developing supplemental water solutions for its customers including having a critical role in management of multiple groundwater basins. Their customers include four cities, one mutual water company, two investor-owed utilities, two water districts, the California State University, Pomona campus, the Boy Scouts Firestone Reservation and a groundwater management JPA. A seven-member Board of Directors, who are publically elected by divisions, governs the District. The District has 24 budgeted staff positions, a FY 2017-18 total operating budget of $60,900,000, and a current capital budget of $3,560,000.
A relevant bachelor’s degree (a master’s degree would be a plus), and ten years of progressively responsible executive or management experience in the water industry, including experience in the operations or administration of an appropriate public utility. California experience preferred.
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Three Valleys (the District) is a government agency that was formed by a vote of the people in 1950. It is one of 26 member agencies of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD) that is authorized to deliver wholesale water supplies from the Colorado River and northern California. The District gets its name from the three areas that it serves: the Pomona, Walnut and East San Ga...briel Valleys. There are 14 cities and water agencies that are within the District’s service area, which covers an area of 133 square miles and a population of 525,000. The District’s annual budget is about $65 million, with most of the total involved in the purchase and sale of water. A publicly elected, seven-member Board of Directors presides over the District.