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How do I find a job with the Brazos River Authority?

BRA Employees

The Brazos River Authority encourages candidates that are passionate about providing quality-tier service in water supply, distribution and treatment to apply to open positions that can be found here. Currently, applications are only accepted virtually, but if an applicant does not have computer or Internet access, the BRA is happy to assist in scheduling an appointment to visit a BRA facility to fill out an application. 

Application openings will also be posted on the BRA’s Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter accounts as they are released to the public. 

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