Water Conservation Intern

DLC Resources Phoenix , AZ 85001

Posted 3 months ago

Job Description

Summary of Job:
DLCs industry-leading and National EPA Award-winning Water Management Team is looking to add a Water Conservation Specialist to our team. In this position, you will use your analytical skills to assess the functionality of onsite landscape irrigation systems for existing and prospective clients. Then, youll work with your teammates in the field to create and set in motion comprehensive plans that will increase the functionality of our clients irrigation systems. This is a job that has a real impact; by working to reduce irrigation water waste, youll be able to make a difference for our clients. Youll also be able to share your knowledge and expertise as you train our current Irrigators to operate and maintain advanced irrigation systems and grow their irrigation skill sets.

Key Responsibilities include:

  • Assess the functionally of irrigation systems and offer solutions based on what is found.

  • Mapping Irrigations systems using Collector App or GIS Software

  • Responsible for scheduling, training, and documenting Irrigators skill sets that are essential for the maintenance of Community Irrigation Systems.

  • Training the Irrigators of the following skill sets which include but not limited to:

    • Advanced Irrigation programming and documenting via programming logs

    • Electrical Systems including toning, locating, voltmeter, pulsar and Two Wire Systems

    • Meter Reading which supports the Usage Projection Reports

  • Spot check controller programming to verify consistency with programming logs

  • Ability to identify over/under scheduling and make recommendations based on current precipitation rate and need of plant material

  • Share and educate findings of inefficient areas, practices or incorrect-programming with Field Manager, Farmer, and Director of
    Water Management



  • High School Diploma or GED equivalent preferred


  • 3+ years experience in irrigation system maintenance and repair

  • Well versed in DLC practices, policies and procedures

  • Verbal/Written in English and Spanish

  • Industry Certifications are a plus

Physical Demands/Working Conditions:

  • Works in an office environment

  • Prolonged sitting at a computer with some standing and bending intermittently during work hours

  • Is subject to frequent interruptions

  • Ability to move arms, hands and fingers to type

  • Close vision required for computer monitors

Our Company & Benefits

With over 29 years of experience in landscape, water and arbor management, DLC Resources, Inc. provides superior landscape management to communities across greater Phoenix. DLC leads the industry in state-of-the-art technologies that increase efficiency while providing cost effective, expert landscape management results to our customers. DLCs nationally recognized WaterRight water management program improves the quality and usability of our clients common areas while saving millions of gallons of water each year.

We offer rewarding work, a great culture and we continually invest in the development of our people by supporting technical training, certification programs, workshops and stretch work experiences. We offer health, dental and vision. In addition, participation in an ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership Plan) retirement plan, at no cost to our employees. We continually invest in the development of our people, our most important asset, while providing the highest quality, safety and innovation in the industry.

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