The Atlantic County Utilities Authority (ACUA) is responsible for enhancing the quality of life through the protection of waters and lands from pollution by providing responsible waste management services. The Authority is an environmental leader and will continue to use new technologies, innovations and employee ideas to provide the highest quality and most cost effective environmental services.  

ACUA operates from three locations: the Environmental Park in Egg Harbor Township, the Wastewater Treatment Facility in Atlantic City, and a satellite Collections Department Facility in Rosenhayn, Cumberland County.

WHY ACUA?

Competitive Health Benefits
NJ Public Employees Retirement System (Pension)
Paid Time Off, Holidays, Sick Leave
Advancement Opportunities
Additional Perks

WHO WE ARE

The Atlantic County Utilities Authority is made of individuals with a variety of skills and backgrounds who unite to accomplish the common goal of keeping our communities clean.

Tititia
Finance Assistant

“ACUA offers a great pension and a great work environment. I also appreciate the company’s environmental mission and commitment.  I have become more environmentally minded at home since working here. If you are a younger person who cares about the environment and wants to learn more, this is a great place to do it.”

John
Deputy Chief Engineer

“I am proud to work for a public agency that serves the community.  I enjoy the work environment and the opportunity to interact with friendly people that have a variety of backgrounds and experience.”
Jonathan
Equipment Operator
“I am proud to work at ACUA because of ACUA’s commitment to the environment.  Waste management is an integral part of people’s daily lives – more than someone might realize.  ACUA’s regular and consistent management keeps the community safe and clean.” 

 
Herminio
Senior Computer Analyst
“The sense of job security offered here is a great benefit. I previously had contract-based employment in the IT field. It feels good to be part of a team that has different skills and collectively makes everything work. When I first started working at ACUA, I didn’t realize the healthcare and pension would be so important. During my time working at ACUA, I was able to plan my wedding and start a family. Now, my wife and son are both covered on my excellent health insurance.”
Glendaly
Lab Analyst
"My coworkers are like my second family.This job allows for a balance between work and home life. I am proud to work at a company that pursues innovation and prioritizes environmental stewardship.”     

Joe
Recycling Group Leader

"I’ve been with ACUA for more than 20 years. I started as a Laborer on the back of the truck and had the opportunity to obtain my CDL through ACUA’s reimbursement program. Since then, I’ve advanced to Lead Driver and am now a Group Leader in the Collections Department. I looked around and nowhere compares to the benefits and opportunities offered at ACUA."

CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

ACUA is an Equal Opportunity Employer

The Atlantic County Utilities Authority (ACUA) is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity and anti-discrimination and fully complies with any and all applicable federal, state and local laws, rules and regulations in the area of non-discrimination in employment. The ACUA is committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity and anti-discrimination pursuant to Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act as amended by the Equal Opportunity Act of 1972 and the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination (LAD). Under no circumstances will the ACUA discriminate based on sex, race, creed, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, marital or political status, affectional or sexual orientation, domestic partnership status, civil union status, atypical heredity, cellular or blood trait, genetic information, disability (including AIDS or HIV infection), liability for service in the United States armed forces, gender identity or expression, and/or any other characteristic protected by law. Decisions regarding the hiring, promotion, transfer, demotion or termination are based solely on the qualifications and performance of the employee or prospective employee. If any employee or prospective employee feels they have been treated unfairly, they have the right to address their concern with their supervisor, or if they prefer, an Officer, the Director of Human Resources or the President. Any employee who believes he or she has been discriminated against, has observed or learned of unlawful discrimination, or that any other violation of this policy has occurred, must immediately notify the Human Resources Department or his or her immediate supervisor/manager who in turn has an obligation to notify the Human Resources Department. Individuals with disabilities desiring accommodations in the application process should contact the Office of Human Resources (hr@acua.com).

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