EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP – The Atlantic County Utilities Authority is hosting a Job Fair 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 6 at the Environmental Park, 6700 Delilah Road.
The goal of the event is to educate job seekers about ACUA’s many services and the career opportunities available. ACUA is looking to fill positions for drivers, seasonal laborers, instrumentation technician, lab analyst, and mechanic II.
Attendees will speak with hiring managers and receive information about ACUA’s employee benefits. Full-time ACUA employees have access to benefits and retirement programs that support them and their families, including competitive health insurance, dental, vision and prescription drug plans, Public Employees Retirement System membership, paid vacation, 13 paid holidays and more.
ACUA offers employees many opportunities for growth within the organization. Eligible employees interested in advancing to driver positions can participate in an on-site CDL training program. The program is in partnership with the Atlantic County Workforce Development Office and Mike’s Driving School. Since the program was enacted in 2022, 19 employees have received their commercial driver’s license.
“Working at ACUA is more than just a job, it’s a career,” ACUA President Rick Dovey said. “We are proud to employ many local residents that have created long-lasting and rewarding careers within the organization.”
Interested candidates are encouraged to apply for a position online before attending the Job Fair. For a full list of opportunities available and more information regarding careers with ACUA, visit www.acua.com/careers.
The ACUA is responsible for providing responsible waste management services to municipalities in Atlantic and Cumberland County. ACUA’s Wastewater Treatment Facility located in Atlantic City serves 14 Atlantic County municipalities. The Authority manages more than 60 miles of pipeline and 134 pump stations located throughout the county. This infrastructure transports wastewater to the treatment facility. The Authority’s Environmental Park in Egg Harbor Township is home to ACUA’s sanitary landfill, transfer station, recycling center and composting facility. The facility accepts solid waste, recyclable material and yard waste created within the County. ACUA also provides curbside collection services for 24 South Jersey municipalities.