OUR OPERATIONS ARE GOVERNED BY A NINE-MEMBER BOARD OF DIRECTORS APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR OF TEXAS
Frequently Asked Questions
Visit the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Fort Worth District website to access the Reservoir Release Report. This report will detail the most recent lake elevations and releases.
Here are some of the common reasons for rejections. (These reasons do not represent all of the reasons that applicants are not selected for interviews.)
- Application does not clearly show you have the necessary experience/training as stated on the job announcement.
- Application does not show you have the minimum amount of education required.
- Application is incomplete.
- Application is not signed.
- Application is received after deadline date/time.
If not chosen for the position you apply for, your properly completed application will remain in effect for ninety days for the position for which you applied and if your background and qualifications meet Lower Neches Valley Authority’s requirements for that position. We do not “reactivate” applications. If you wish to apply for another position, you must fill out a new application.
Every effort is made to reach a prompt decision. The length of time depends on the number of applications received for the position and the nature of the position.
No. You will be notified at a later date if you have been selected for an interview.
Contact the Texas Department of Public Safety.
Tests are given only when we have a position posted that requires such testing. Applicants meeting the requirements of the position will be contacted for a testing appointment. (Length of time to complete tests varies, but average 2-3 hours.) Tests are administered at the administrative office building, Monday through Friday; 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (includes the lunch hour). Occasionally, a skills test is administered for equipment operation, welding, etc. Such tests are administered at other locations determined by the department.
After the closing date of the particular job vacancy, an application submitted by an applicant as defined above, will be reviewed by the HR Department and/or the designated department manager or supervisor. Applications received by applicants who do not meet the definition of applicant will not be considered. The HR Department determines which qualified applicants will be selected for testing and/or interviewed. If you are selected for a position with LNVA, your offer of employment will be contingent upon the following: Criminal record, employment history and personal background checks, drug screen and a physical examination (if applicable).
Applications received by applicants who do not meet the definition of applicant will not be considered. If the applicant is selected for testing or for an interview, they will be contacted by text, email, and/or phone. Often an applicant will only be aware whether or not they have been selected for an interview after the job posting has ended.
You will be considered to be an “Applicant” only if you properly complete the application for employment, designate a particular position that is open (or may come open within 90 days,) and your background and qualifications meet Lower Neches Valley Authority’s requirements for such position.
You can apply for as many jobs as there are current openings; however, a separate and completed employment application is required for each position for which you are applying.
We do not accept unsolicited resumes. Additionally, applications are only accepted for positions that are currently posted.
Employment applications should be mailed (must be received on or before the stated deadline) or dropped off for the attention of Human Resources Department at the LNVA administrative office building. An application may be faxed (409) 924-3194, but the applicant should also provide an original, signed application if selected for testing and/or an interview.
No. Resumes are not considered a part of the qualifying process; however, a resume may be attached as additional information to your completed LNVA employment application. Resumes may also be brought to the interview. A resume may also be helpful to you in completing the LNVA employment application.
No documents are required for applying for a position unless otherwise stated in the job announcement. You will need to fully complete the employment application, which includes employment history, education and training, special skills, references, and various information related to employment eligibility.
If you are selected for testing or an interview, copies of required certifications, registrations and/or licenses must be provided at that time. Additionally, college transcripts are required prior the interview, if you want your post secondary courses/degrees to be considered in the selection process.
Visit our web page www.LNVA.dst.tx.us. All employment announcements will list the level of education and/or experience required for the position under the section titled “Minimum Qualifications”. Experience, education, training, skills and other abilities as well as specific position requirements and the prior employment history of the applicant will be considered in appraising individuals qualifications. Applicants’ qualifications will be based upon the information presented in the application. Testing for certain positions may also be required, and this information will be used as part of the qualification process.
- Visit the LNVA website and print an application.
- Pick up an application at the administrative office building.
- Request an application be emailed to you. (An email address and printer are required for this option.)
- Request an application be mailed to you.
Completed applications must be returned to the Human Resources by the stated deadline.
LNVA will advertise positions when they become open.
Full-time – includes Board approved benefit package
Full time temporary and part time temporary – LNVA uses local employment agencies for temporary positions.
The administrative office building is open:
Monday through Thursday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (open during the lunch hour)
Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (open during lunch hour)