WATER/WASTEWATER FIELD TECHNICIANBENBROOK WATER AUTHORITY
WATER/WASTEWATER FIELD TECHNICIAN
The Benbrook Water Authority is accepting applications for a Water/Wastewater Field Technician. Must have a High school diploma or GED required. Minimum age of 18 with a valid Texas drivers license is required. Salary range is from $29,873 to $44,810. Applications are available online at www.benbrookwater.com or at the BWA office located at 1121 Mercedes Street, Benbrook, Texas 76126. Resumes without applications will not be considered.
The Benbrook Water Authority is an independent water district created by the Texas legislature in 1955 for the sole purpose of providing the people of Benbrook, Texas with water and sanitary sewer service. Any comments or suggestions are welcome
The City of Benbrook was incorporated in 1947 when the community of approximately 50 people was served by individual water wells and septic tanks. In 1949, the city granted a franchise to the Worth Water Company to install and operate a water system in Benbrook. In 1955, Benbrook Water Authority (BWA) was established by the Texas Legislature as a water conservation and reclamation district and assumed the assets of the Worth Water Company (HB 512 of the 54th Legislature). At the time the City did not have the funds to take over and operate the system. BWA’s acquisition of the water system began a success story that continues to this day.
The BWA was initially chartered to serve the geographic limits of the City of Benbrook as they existed on December 8, 1947. This jurisdiction was later expanded to include all the city limits of Benbrook as it existed on February 1, 1969 (HB 1313, 61st Legislature). Today, BWA provides water supply, treatment and distribution, as well as wastewater collection services to 20,000 plus residents of Benbrook. BWA currently has a total facility investment of $26.7 million and an annual operating budget of approximately $10 million. The water operation is financed entirely from water revenues and water impact fees. The wastewater operation is financed entirely by user charges and wastewater impact fees. BWA does not have the authority to levy ad valorem taxes but may issue bonds.