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marEMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY IN THE LCD | Water Programs Educator | City of Lubbock 3/11

Event Details

Closing March 11th

Water Programs Educator | Job Number: C152-6119
Water Utilities and Public Works | City of Lubbock




Develops, plans, conducts, and evaluates water and wastewater education programs to inform the public of water related issues, promotes water conservation, and water resources protection.


Essential Functions


  • Collaborate with various groups such as teachers, neighborhood associations, civic groups and businesses to ascertain education support needs.  Compile, prepare, and make available lesson plans and information for public education in a variety of media formats;
  • Assist in preparing the annual water quality report, other required reports, and public presentations in a variety of media;
  • Compile water use and conservation data for various reports;
  • Assist supervisor in developing and conducting programs to educate the community on water and wastewater related issues including water conservation;
  • Monitor effectiveness and revise information on an annual basis or as changes occur;
  • Inform the public about water use and protection issues as well as billing processes;
  • Maintain and update the Water department website, and other social media accounts;
  • Coordinate and implement water conservation programs;
  • Perform related duties as required.




Completion of a bachelor degree in education, business administration, horticulture, biology or other related field with an additional one to three years conservation and or education activity experience, or any combination of relevant education and experience which provides the following:


Knowledge and Abilities


Knowledge of:
  • Principles and techniques used in water education;
  • Website and other socia media updating procedures;
  • Water program development, implementation, and evaluation;
  • Irrigation requirements for plants;
  • Water and wastewater related ordinances;
  • Drought-tolerant plant materials;
  • Protection of water supply;
  • Local water supply issues;
  • Water rates structures;
  • Event coordination and planning;
  • Water use management plans;
  • Industrial waste monitoring programs.
Ability to:
  • Independently organize and develop education and conservation programs;
  • Communicate effectively orally and in writing with both adults and children;
  • Work cooperatively with others;
  • Maintain records and prepare reports;
  • Follow oral and written instructions;
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with the public, teachers, and various community agencies and organizations;
  • Maintain plants under various conditions;
  • Communicate effectively regarding water use, understanding the utility bill, and water protection devices;
  • Design flowerbeds using drought tolerant plant material;
  • Coordinate the work of others;
  • Organize data in spreadsheets;
  • Communicate effectively both orally and in writing;
  • Produce creative and appealing presentational material.
Physical Requirements:
  • Occasionally lift up to 25 pounds.
  • Occasionally carry up to 25 pounds.
  • Frequently stand and walk during the shift.
  • Occasionally flex upper trunk forward at the waist and partially flex at the knees.
  • Occasionally rotate upper trunk to the right or left while sitting or standing.
  • Place arms above, at, or below shoulder height.


Month Long Event (march)