Join Our Team
Join a team of over 60 career water professionals and field technicians working to build, maintain, and solve major water infrastructure challenges in Southern California. We offer regular set schedules, paid vacation and sick days, and other benefits for full-time employees.
We are currently seeking dedicated and qualified individuals for our San Dimas and Camarillo locations. If you would like to join our team, please send your resume to email@example.com.
- Field Technicians
- Crane Operators
- Experienced Welders
- Engine Lathe/CNC Machinists
- Project Managers
- Project Engineers
- Control System / Electrical Technicians
- Commercial Drivers
Advance Your Career
Gain Specialized Training
Whether you’re launching your career, or come with years of hard earned experience, when you join General Pump you’re not just taking a job. You’re joining a family of folks who have worked together and delivered great results for decades.
At General Pump we invest in our team. Everyday is different and exciting, and to meet the various challenges that come, we ensure our employees are provided with the training and tools to excel and get the job done the right way.
Build your career with us, and gain specialized training in an industry that’s grown for the last 70 years and isn’t going anywhere: water.
Join Our Team
Regular Schedule & Great Benefits
At General Pump Company, our employees are our greatest asset. We understand that our employees have lives outside of work and we strive to support you both in and out of the workplace.
We offer a generous benefits package including weekend and holiday pay, group medical, vision, and dental insurance, a 401K, life insurance, paid vacation, sick-leave, and more. We also offer a boot and tool allowance!
We are an equal opportunity employer (EOE) that is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We prohibit discrimination and harassment of any kind based on race, color, sex, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, genetic information, pregnancy, or any other protected characteristic as outlined by federal, state, or local laws.