Work For Us
Upcoming Job Fair!
This year, the Utilities department has committed to being a part of the Job Fair to be held at the Convention Center, 680 E. University Ave., on Thursday, October 16, 2019, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. We will have key people from the Gas, Water, Waste Water, Solid Waste, and Regulatory Environmental Services lines of business on hand to speak with potential candidates.
Career Paths With Las Cruces Utilities
We offer exciting career pathways in a variety of services - Gas, Water, Wastewater, Solid Waste, Engineering, Technology, and Customer Interaction - while we provide Utility Services to almost 100,000 residents and businesses in Las Cruces.
Join us and grow your skills with our diverse, multi-cultural workforce as we strive to provide the most effective solutions to serving our customers.
Equal Employment Opportunities
City Equal Opportunity / Americans with Disability Act (EO/ADA) Policy
The City does not tolerate any form of unlawful discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (gender, sexual orientation, gender identity), national origin, ancestry, serious medical condition, age, disability and/or retaliation, for exercising Equal Opportunity / Americans with Disability Act related protected activity, in city employment, under city contracts, city-operated programs, services, facilities or in public accommodations.
Equal Employment Opportunities (EEO) Office
The Equal Employment Opportunities / Americans with Disability Act Office assists with interpretation of City policy and federal and state laws dealing with discrimination. Additionally, the office may receive internal complaints; conduct internal investigations; and where appropriate, facilitate the resolution of said complaints. Further information regarding Equal Opportunities / Americans with Disability Act discrimination complaint process, including filing an internal complaint, is located on our Human Resources Website and in Section 1103 of the City of Las Cruces Personnel Manual and Public and Las Cruces Municipal Code, Chapter 14 - Human Rights - Article II - Discrimination - Division 2, revised April 4, 2013, and City Manager Policy, number 42, Customer Service/Public Complaint Policy. The City Equal Opportunities / Americans with Disability Act Office documents the City’s processing of all formal discrimination complaints filed with the City.