Website Los Angeles Department of Water and Power
Hydrographers may be required to climb ladders and work up to 90 feet above ground on the outside of water tanks and towers, and up to 90 feet underground in confined spaces, such as seepage and reservoir vaults, and lift objects weighing up to 90 pounds. They may also be required to carry backpacks at high altitudes, in adverse weather conditions and in isolated areas, and use skis, snowshoes, snowmobiles, and all terrain vehicles (ATVs).
Qualification & Experience:
- Two years of full-time paid experience in hydrography or field surveying, or in one or more of the following fields: utility electronics technician, computer electronics technician, computer control systems technician, communications systems technician, or communications instrumentation technician.
- One year of education from an accredited college or university of which 12 semester or 18 quarter units must be in engineering, physical sciences or agricultural management may be substituted for each year of experience lacking.
Company: Los Angeles Department of Water and Power
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: San Francisco, CA, US
Application Deadline: N/A