City Department of Utilities seeks teens for summer jobs

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The City of Sacramento Department of Utilities is looking for excited and motivated high school students to become a part of its summer Utility Worker Program.

Students can earn $9.50 or more per hour and learn about career opportunities in the city while participating in a variety of activities that help build valuable skills.

Work may be in the office or in the field, allowing you to learn about everything from how we get our drinking water to water conservation and the maintenance of the storm drainage and wastewater systems.

Students can gain valuable experience in areas ranging from machine repair to welding to computers.

Jobs start June 15. If you are interested in becoming a summer Utility Worker, please email Patrick Sanger at for an application.

Applications may also be picked up at 1395 35th Ave. between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Applications will be accepted until May 22; however, only the first 30
qualified applicants will be invited to interview.

To qualify, you must be at least 16 years old as of June 1, a city of Sacramento resident, and a current student returning to high school in the fall.