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This company is an equal opportunity employer dedicated to nondiscrimination in employment. The company selects the best-qualified individual for the job based on the job-related qualifications regardless of race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, ancestry, age, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or the presence of a non-job-related medical condition or disability (mental or physical), or any other basis protected by law.

Last update July 13th, 2021

Recreation Department

Pool Attendant : Part-Time

Part-time position checking Association members and guests into TKPOA’s Pool Facilities (Indoor and Outdoor Pools). Customer service experience is preferred. Day, night, weekends, and on-call shifts available. Pre-employment drug test required.

Hourly compensation starting @ $15.00 / hr

Pool Lead : Part Time

Under general direction from the Facilities Manager, assist in day to day operations of the TKPOA Pool Facilities (Indoor and seasonal Outdoor). Create staff schedules, complete monthly data tracking for pool use, and other administrative duties as assigned. Checking Association members and guests into Pool Facilities. High school diploma or equivalent preferred. Days, nights, weekends, and on-call shifts.

Hourly Compensation starting at $16.00 / hr


Front Desk Attendant : Part-Time

Part-time position assisting guests and members at the TKPOA Pavilion Office Front Desk. Issue amenity access cards for members and rental guests, answer phones, maintain clean office areas, maintain Association announcement bulletin boards, and other administrative tasks as assigned. Customer Service experience is preferred. Days, weekends, and on-call shifts. Pre-employment drug test required.

Hourly compensation starting @ $15.00 / hr

Water Company

Water Company and Water Quality Manager

Direct, manage, supervise, and control the activities and operations of the Tahoe Keys Property Owners Association (TKPOA) Tahoe Keys Water Company (TKWC) [PWS No. 0910015] and water quality programs for its Homeowners and Commercial Customers.

To coordinate the work activities of the TKWC; to coordinate assigned activities with the Water Quality Aquatic Invasive Weed – Integrated Management Plan.

Essential Functions: Serves as the Chief Plant Operator for the TKPOA Water System T-2 water certificate. (T2 & D2 minimum)

  1. Prepare and submit required reports for the California State Water Board and provides data for the Water Treatment Plant (WTP) reports to the appropriate permitting agencies as specified in the TKPOA’s National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) and Waste Discharge Requirements (WDRs). Assist in the preparation of the annual Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) for the TKPOA’s water supply system. Plan, prioritize, assign, supervise and review the work of staff responsible for operation of the TKPOA’s Well Water Sites.
  2. Assist in development of policies and procedures for achieving departmental goals, objectives and priorities; interpret and implement approved policies and procedures
  3. Allocate resources; monitor and evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery; monitor the allocation expenditures for personnel, supplies and equipment;
  4. Direct and implement modifications and changes as necessary to achieve goals, objectives and priorities; establish schedules and methods for providing plant operation and treatment services;
  5. Identify resource needs; review needs with the General Manager and Facilities Manager.
  6. Ensure that all facilities are operational during emergencies; respond to emergency calls;
  7. Authorize and supervise appropriate remedial responses; ensure that operators are available to respond to any alarm from water related matters.
  8. Manage and supervise programs to ensure that the TKPOA is in compliance with all permit limitations and compliance points applicable to state and federal laws.
  9. Respond to public inquiries in a courteous manner; provide information within the area of assignment; resolve complaints in an efficient and timely manner.
  10. Meet with the General Manager, Board of Directors, departments and outside agencies; meet with county, state, federal and other officials to resolve problems affecting programs and projects; prepare staff reports.
  11. Participate in the selection of plant operations staff; provide or coordinate staff training; meet and discuss technical matters; work with employees to correct deficiencies; implement discipline procedures.
  12. Participate in the preparation and administration of the water and water quality operational budget; submit budget recommendations; monitor expenditures; recommend plant upgrades.
  13. Review operational data; prepare analytical and statistical reports on operations and activities as required.
  14. Perform weekly testing of equipment and machinery to maintain quality assurance and high performance; ensure the accuracy and proper functioning of the system filter plant
  15. Certifications from State Water Resources Control Board (T2 & D2 minimum)
  16. Backflow certification a plus (or willingness/ability to obtain quickly)
  17. Water main installation, controls, and pump maintenance experience and knowledge are necessary


  1. Ability to perform heavy physical labor including bending, stretching, crawling, climbing, lifting up to 75 pounds and working in confined areas
  2. Ability to diagnose problems and implement solutions
  3. Professional oral/written communication skills to work directly with field employees, office staff, customers, state agencies, contractors, vendors, and other utilities
  4. Basic computer skills (email, Excel)
  5. Emergency duty will be required during evenings, holidays, and weekends
  6. Required “on call” duty on as schedule and staffing requires
  7. A pre-hire drug test will be required.
  8. Applicants must have Class C driver’s license and acceptable motor vehicle record
  9. Full time, full benefits
  10. Ninety Day Probation period required
  11. Willing to work flexible hours as determined by the duties.

Salary DOE Medical, dental, and vision benefits 401k

Water System Operator-in-Training : Full-Time

The Tahoe Keys Water Company, a California State Water Resources Control Board Division of Drinking Water public water system which provides potable water service to the Tahoe Keys Property Owners Association, is currently advertising for the full time/year-round position of Water System Operator-in-Training.

This is an entry-level position in the Water Company. Applicants with knowledge of plumbing systems, mechanical background and construction are encouraged to apply. The applicant must be able to lift 50+ pounds, be comfortable within a confined space, and able to work in an outdoor environment. Typical work duties include daily potable water well checks, water system leak repairs, water valve exercising, fire hydrant exercising, water system preventative maintenance, snow plowing, and street light maintenance. The selected applicant is required to perform standby (on-call) status for a 14-day period every four (4) weeks. Standby requires 24-7 response within a 45-minute timeframe to water emergencies, requested water shut-downs from homeowners, weekend well checks, and winter snowplow activities. Standby compensation is provided. Selected applicants will conduct an in-person interview with the Water Company Manager.

Hourly Compensation (DOE)
Medical, dental, and vision benefits 401k

Interested in applying?

Applications can be submitted in person at the Pavillion Office, Mon-Fri 8:30 am – 4:30 pm, mailed/faxed or emailed to [email protected] Application forms are available at the office or can be downloaded below.

Tahoe Keys Property Owners Association
356 Ala Wai Blvd
South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
Fax: 530-541-2521