City of Sacramento, Department of Utilities

The City of Sacramento Department of Utilities provides and maintains water, sewer collection, and storm drainage services. We have a variety of programs to promote water quality protection, water conservation, household recycling and a variety of other essential services.

BILLING / CUSTOMER SERVICE

Garbage, recycling and yard waste charges appear on the same bill as your water and sewer services. The Department of Utilities manages the billing for these city services.

GAS & ELECTRIC

Electricity is provided by Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD), Sacramento's community-owned and not-for-profit electric service.

Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) provides natural gas services to the City of Sacramento. Find more information on the services they provide.

Jan 19, 2022
Full time
$46.00 - $60.00 hourly
City of Sacramento, Department of Utilities Sacramento, CA
Ideal Candidate Statement This Program Manager position is in the Office of the Director of Utilities and reports to the Director. The position is tasked with coordinating, planning, and managing various Departmentwide projects and programs. The position acts as the Director’s Chief of Staff including supporting the Director and managing the following: administrative support staff, the implementation of the strategic plan, the media and communication specialist and staff, the sustainability program, and the security and emergency preparedness specialist and staff. As currently structured, the position will have 5 direct reports. One of the immediate responsibilities of the position will be to lead the development and implementation of the Department’s Sustainability Plan. The ideal candidate will have experience as the Chief of Staff as well as with sustainability. The candidate will have the ability to develop, implement and maintain specialized programs. Under limited...
Jan 18, 2022
Full time
$42.00 - $56.00 hourly
City of Sacramento, Department of Utilities Sacramento, CA, USA
If you want to join a hard-working team that shares a commitment to keeping the City of Sacramento’s water safe, clean, and running efficiently, consider a career with the City of Sacramento, Department of Utilities. The City of Sacramento Department of Utilities (DOU) seeks an Information Technologist Supervisor to supervise professional and technical staff involved with systems analysis, systems programming/systems administration, programming, customer support and/or computer operations work for the SCADA section at the Department of Utilities; prepares information technology studies and reports; assists in development and implementation of goals and policies; supervises and assists in preparation of budgets and equipment acquisition programs. This is a supervisory-level classification populated with multiple incumbents. The Information Technology Supervisor’s duties are primarily administrative/supervisory in nature but also involve professional information technology work....
Jan 06, 2022
Full time
$27.21 - $45.14 hourly
City of Sacramento, Department of Utilities Sacramento, CA, USA
If you want to join a hard-working team that shares a commitment to keeping the City of Sacramento’s water safe, clean, and running efficiently, consider a career with the City of Sacramento, Department of Utilities. The City of Sacramento Department of Utilities (DOU) seeks a Machinist to perform highly skilled work in the set up and operation of a variety of machine tools to produce and repair precision parts, instruments, and tools. This includes fabricating, modifying, and repairing mechanical instruments and industrial machines in the machine shop and field. Incumbents must employ knowledge of mechanics, mathematics, metal properties, layout, and machining procedures.  Experience: Two years of experience equivalent to journey-level Machinist with the City of Sacramento -OR- Five years of experience equivalent to a Machinist Helper with the City of Sacramento The City of Sacramento requires all newly appointed employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a...