You can get a job as a water treatment operator by getting professional training in the field and by searching and applying for jobs through websites such as Indeed.com and Snagajob.com. Both websites provide job listings from a wide range of companies across the United States.
SmallWaterSupply.org has an online directory of water and waste water operator training programs in several states. Scroll down the list to find your state, and then click on the program links to view the options in your area. Many of the programs are available through community colleges.
You can find job openings in the field by going to Indeed.com or Snagajob.com and typing Water Treatment Operator, or a similar job title, into both websites' search boxes. You can also limit your search area by typing a city, state or ZIP code in the search engines as well. Once you hit the search buttons, both websites provide listings in the field you typed in. You can then browse through the lists and click on those entries that interest you. Snagajob.com also enables you to see results on a map of your region, with map icons representing the job openings.
Each job entry contains job descriptions and application information. You can also utilize both websites' email job alert service to receive notification of new water operator job openings.