The Human Resources Department at FPUD has a professional, collaborative staff dedicated to supporting district-wide programs and departments. By recruiting top-qualified individuals, facilitating ongoing training and professional development, and providing a safe and healthy work environment, the Human Resources Department aims to assist all employees, applicants and community members in a caring, trustworthy and timely manner.
The District posts job openings and only accepts applications through our online career portal. Resumes and applications are only accepted for current open positions.
To see a list of current open employment opportunities please click HERE.
If you do not see an open position or a position you are interested or qualified for. You may subscribe to receive notifications when positions become available meeting your selected criteria. To receive notifications on when opportunities are posted, fill out a Job Interest Card by following these steps:
- Click this link: JOB INTEREST CARD
- Select ALL job categories that best fit your skills and interests
- After selecting all that apply click the “Subscribe” button
- Fill in all the information on the Job Interest Card
- Click Submit
Once you have submitted this information, you will receive notifications when jobs matching your selection are posted at the District.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Fallbrook Public Utility District is an equal opportunity employer and all employees and applicants shall receive equal consideration and treatment. The district will recruit, hire and promote the best qualified individuals for positions without regard to race, religious creed (which includes religious dress and grooming practices), color, national origin, ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sex (which includes pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, and related medical conditions), gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, military or veteran status, height and weight, or any other factor made unlawful by federal, state or local laws, ordinances, or regulations.