Careers - Fort Collins - Loveland Water District

Career Opportunities at Fort Collins-Loveland Water District and South Fort Collins Sanitation District

The Fort Collins-Loveland Water and the South Fort Collins Sanitation Districts have provided water and wastewater services to businesses and citizens since 1961. The Districts serve an area that encompasses approximately 60 square miles with boundaries that range from south of Harmony Rd. to 57th Street in Loveland, then east from the foothills to the Larimer-Weld County line. The 50,000 plus people we serve reside in parts of Fort Collins, Loveland, Timnath, Windsor and Larimer County. Governed by separately elected Boards of Directors, the Districts provide the full spectrum of high-quality and dependable water treatment and delivery as well as water reclamation services. 

Our Mission

The Fort Collins-Loveland Water District Provides High Quality, Secure, Reliable, and Affordable Water.

Current Openings

Why work for the Fort Collins-Loveland Water District / South Fort Collins Sanitation District?

Not only does the District offer great career opportunities and a safe working environment, but the District Values offer a supportive and collaborative workforce.

The District also offers great benefits including paid holidays and a wellness program. Check them out for yourself!

Our Values

Customer Service | Quality | Transparency | Accountability | Trust/Credibility | Professionalism

Working and Living in Fort Collins

Listed as the best place (#1) to live in 2020 and fifth (#5) best Remote-Ready cities in Northern Colorado (from Livability.com), Fort Collins is nestled in the gorgeous foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Situated on the Cache La Poudre River along the Colorado Front Range, Fort Collins is 56 miles north of Denver. Fort Collins is the fourth most populous city in Colorado after Denver, Colorado Springs, and Aurora.

With the vibrant small city feel, Fort Collins is a midsize college city, home to Colorado State University and Front Range Community College’s Larimer campus. The City boasts a beautiful downtown area featuring historic buildings and monuments such as the Fort Collins Museum (founded in 1941) and the Avery House which is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. With a plethora of amazing outdoor activities, Fort Collins was voted one of the most fitness friendly cities in 2019 by SmartAsset.