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DC Department of Energy and Environment (Floodplain Admin.) Environmental Engineer CS 0819/11
Snohomish County GIS Analyst, Senior - Water Resources
Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) Charles Koob Environmental Litigation Fellowship
State of Tennessee Senior Policy Analyst
Coastal & Estuarine Research Federation Executive Director
City of Longmont 15-0419 Senior Civil Engineer (Public Utilities)
State of Washington Project Manager Quincy Basin ASGW (Environmental Specialist 4) (In-Training)
State of Washington EIS Project Manager (Environmental Planner 5)
State of Washington Municipal Stormwater Grant/Loan Project Manager (Environmental Specialist 4)
State of Washington Watershed Unit Manager, Central Region (WMS BAND 1)
Kansas State University Water Resources Management Asst/Assoc/Full Professor
Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians Natural Resource Technician 1
Maser Consulting Project Manager - Water/Wastewater Engineering
Maser Consulting Sr. Project Engineer
City of Broken Arrow STORMWATER ENGINEER
Santa Clara Valley Habitat Agency Habitat Conservation Plan Specialist / Principal Program Manager
RK&K Mid-Senior Level Environmental Scientist
RK&K Environmental Scientist - Entry Level (Full Time)
Quinault Indian Nation Environmental Planner
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation Virginia Executive Director
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation VA Watershed Restoration Scientist
Chino Basin Water Conservation District Deputy Executive Director
State of Montana, Department of Natural Resources and Conservation Civil Engineering Specialist (H&H/GIS Project Engineer)
Yellow Medicine River Watershed District Watershed Administrator
Insurance Services Office, Inc Flood Program Field Representative
Atkins Drainage Engineer
Hoskin Ryan Consultants Hydrologist (Civil Engineer, PE)
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Research Hydrologist (Research Associate)
Sarasota County, FL Watershed Coordinator/Engineer, Public Utilities (Job Code: 2094)


Position Title: Environmental Engineer CS 0819/11
Employer: DC Department of Energy and Environment (Floodplain Admin.)
Address: 1200 First St NE, 5th Floor, Washington, DC 20002
Contact Person: DOEE HR
Phone Number: 202-535-2881
Job Location: 1200 First St NE, 5th Floor, Washington, DC 20002
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
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Pay Range: $57,960.00 - $74,727.00
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Job Description: This position is located in the Technical Services Branch, Watershed Protection Division, Natural Resources Administration, Department of Energy & Environment (DOEE).

The mission of DOEE is to protect and restore the environment, conserve natural resources, and improve the quality of life in the District of Columbia. As the nation's capital city, the District will become a model of environmental protection and sustainable environmental practices. In partnership with other District agencies, the federal government, business groups, non-profit organizations, and residents, the department will help instill environmental awareness through innovation and best practices.

The incumbent in this position serves as a sub-journeyman environmental engineer, applying (a) professional knowledge of the principles, methods, and techniques of engineering concerned with facilities and systems for controlling pollution and protecting human health and the quality of air, land, and water resources to provide a clean and healthful environment; and (b) an understanding of and the ability to utilize pertinent aspects of chemistry, biological sciences, and public health that pertain to the control or elimination of pollutants.

Performs work in one or more of the following environmental programs: Underground Storage Tank Management; Hazardous and Solid Waste Management; Water Quality Protection; Air Quality Protection; Hazardous Materials, including Indoor Air Quality, Lead Hazard Control, Pesticides, and Asbestos; Erosion, Sedimentation, Storm Water, and Flood Control; Non-point Source Water Pollution Control and Watershed/Habitat Restoration; Contaminated Site Programs; and Environmental Planning Review.

Assists in planning, developing, preparing, and implementing Standard Operating Procedures, Quality Assurance Project Plans, and similar quality control measures relating to specific environmental disciplines.

May assist in designing and implementing sampling and analysis plans; collects and analyzes environmental data and information; and creates and maintains databases and records relating to findings, conclusions, and decisions.

Assists in developing, and conducting scientific, technical, and policy studies and surveys; and provides evaluation of findings to determine the existence and extent of environmental hazards.

Assists in developing and revising plans and control techniques to deal with environmental hazards. Reviews trade journals, news releases, technical reports, and District and federal legislation, regulations, and guidance documents for developments that might affect regulatory and enforcement programs. Informs supervisor of any information considered significant. Interprets District and federal statutes, regulations, and guidelines for a specific environmental discipline. Has knowledge of other environmental programs that may be affected and can interact with them to a meaningful degree. Assists in drafting of environmental policies, regulations, guidelines, procedures, and forms.

Reviews applications for various approvals and permits, including engineering plans, permits, registrations, certifications, and licenses, and determines whether to approve or deny the same, in accordance with established scientific, engineering, and regulatory standards, criteria, and procedures.

Maybe subject to criminal background and traffic records checks, as well as random drug and alcohol testing.

May be required to provide 24-hour standby coverage in the event of an environmental emergency.

This position is covered under the collective bargaining agreement.

This position is a 13 month Term Appointment
Qualifications: Knowledge of the concepts and principles of professional environmental engineering, including specialized knowledge of chemical, physical, or biological principles, concepts, practices, and established methodologies sufficient to perform the full range of duties involved to review and interpret data obtained in the study and current literature and information concerning hazardous chemicals and pollutants and environmental degradation;

Knowledge of environmental engineering concepts, principles, and practices applicable to difficult and complex technical problems associated with advanced and/or major air, soil, and water pollution contamination problems encountered by the metropolitan area, including knowledge of state-of-the-art technology and new methods or procedures for controlling pollution and / or restoring the environment; as well as the principles of air pollution control, effluent treatment, non-point source water pollution control, chemicals and waste management, and water supply treatment and distribution.

Knowledge of related fields such as health sciences, occupational health and safety, environmental epidemiology, toxicology, and ecology, especially effects and impacts of pollution on the environment and people, for judging the seriousness of violations and determining the best method of correcting violations and / or cleaning up contaminated sites.

Knowledge of District and federal environmental control laws, regulations, principles, practices, and techniques related to the appropriate environmental specialty.

Knowledge and skill in using accepted practices, technology and methods in developing and carrying out regulatory guidance, enforcement, and environmental restoration activities.

Ability to provide factual information concerning environmental pollution in on-site inspections, analysis of results and development of conclusions and recommendations.

Knowledge of effective oral and written communication. Ability to employ accepted methods in collecting and storing samples, calibrating equipment, reviewing and processing licenses, permits, registrations, etc.
Comments: This engineer position reviews and approves a wide range of floodplain development plans, certifications, reports, and studies in the District of Columbia. Requisition Number: JO-1508-3219.
How To Apply: Register, answer questions and apply online (dchr.dc.gov)
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 9/7/2015

Position Title: GIS Analyst, Senior - Water Resources
Employer: Snohomish County
Address: 3000 Rockefeller Ave M/S 607
Everett, WA 98201
Contact Person: Dave Lucas
Phone Number:
Job Location: 3000 Rockefeller Ave M/S 607 Everett, WA 98201
Job Duration: FullTime
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Pay Range: $58,596.36 - $71,288.88 Annually
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Job Description: Snohomish County Public Works Department is seeking team-oriented, highly motivated and innovative applicants for a GIS Analyst, Senior-Water Resources position. This position is within the Surface Water Management Division (SWM). A registry for potential future positions will also be created.

The SWM Division is responsible for improving, protecting and monitoring the County's watershed which is comprised of wetlands, lakes, streams and a complex drainage system of pipes, culverts and catch basins. In order to reduce flooding and protect water quality, SWM provides services such as salmon recovery planning, habitat and water quality monitoring, pollution control, facility inspections and flood management. SWM desires a well-qualified GIS analyst to provide essential and complex GIS services to a dynamic group of engineers, scientists, planners and technicians. This position will create, edit and manage complex geodatabases that strengthen regional watershed basin planning efforts, identify receiving waters and tributary conveyances, analyze treatment and flow control facilities, delineate water management areas, track and assess habitat restoration projects, and support special grant funded initiatives.

Successful applicants will have background and experience in environmental sciences, geography, cartography, computer sciences and/or statistics. They will have experience creating and editing geodatabases, producing map layouts and using statistical and spatial analytical tools to display and interpret data. Successful applicants will possess the ability to analyze issues and develop solutions using creativity, teamwork, and ingenuity. Bringing enthusiasm and dedication, they will quickly adapt into a team of hard working professionals.
Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree in geography, natural resources, planning, engineering, or related field; PLUS, two (2) years of progressively responsible GIS application and development experience in a natural resource field. A Masters degree in geography, natural resources, planning, engineering, or related field may be substituted for two (2) years of experience. A Masters degree in a natural resource related field is preferred. Must pass job related tests.
Comments:
How To Apply: Apply online.
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 9/16/2015

Position Title: Charles Koob Environmental Litigation Fellowship
Employer: Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)
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Contact Person: Human Resources
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Job Location: Washington, DC or San Francisco, CA
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) is a non-profit national environmental advocacy organization with more than a million members and online activists. We have offices in New York, Washington, DC, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Montana, and Beijing. Our staff of more than 450 includes lawyers, scientists, policy analysts, and educators working to protect the environment and public health. NRDC has played a central role in crafting, implementing, enforcing, and defending the nations environmental laws for more than four decades.

NRDC is seeking a recent law school graduate to serve as the Charles Koob Environmental Litigation Fellow, to begin work starting in September 2016. The Fellow will focus on litigation to redress environmental and public health harms, including air and water pollution, climate change, threats to endangered species, environmental injustice, and exposure to toxic chemicals. The Fellow will represent NRDC and its members in federal or state court litigation, and may work closely with neighborhood associations, regional grassroots organizations, and environmental, labor, and public health groups.


Essential Functions: The Fellow will join NRDCs twenty-member Litigation Team, and will be supervised by senior NRDC litigators. The Fellows docket will encompass all phases of litigation, from case development through motions practice, trial, and appeals. The Fellow will work closely with NRDC scientists, program attorneys, and experts, and may provide pre-litigation counsel to NRDC programs or engage in policy advocacy or legislative analysis related to litigation.
Qualifications: Skills and Knowledge Requirements: The successful candidate will have graduated from law school within the past three years. Exceptional legal writing and analytical skills are required. We also look for and value relevant litigation experience, such as a federal judicial clerkship; a capacity to work intensively and efficiently; an ability to understand and communicate complex scientific ideas; an affinity for creative, aggressive, and strategic advocacy; a demonstrated commitment to public service or public-interest lawyering; and strong interpersonal skills.
Comments: To apply, please create a profile and upload your resume, cover letter, law school transcript, legal writing sample, and list of three references; incomplete applications may not be considered. The cover letter should indicate in which NRDC office(s) the applicant prefers to or is willing to work.

Applications are due no later than September 25, 2015.

Please no phone calls, emails, faxes or in-person resume drop-offs. Please reference where you saw this posting. NRDC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

If you are having technical difficulty while applying, please email us at hr@nrdc.org.
For further information about NRDC, please visit www.nrdc.org

NRDC is committed to workplace diversity and inclusion. We are equal opportunity employers and do not discriminate in hiring or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, age, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law. We offer competitive salaries, excellent benefits, and a pleasant working environment. The salary for this position is comparable to other post-J.D. public interest fellowships and is commensurate with experience.
How To Apply: https://nrdc-openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/index.cfm?fuseaction=app.jobinfo&jobid=522&source=ONLINE&JobOwner=992369&company_id=16427&version=1&byBusinessUnit=NULL&bycountry=0&bystate=0&byRegion=&bylocation=&keywords=fellow&byCat=&proximityCountry=&posta
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Application Deadline: 9/25/2015

Position Title: Senior Policy Analyst
Employer: State of Tennessee
Address: Tennessee Dept. of Environment and Conservation
William R. Snodgrass TN Tower, 2nd Floor
312 Rosa L. Parks Avenue
Nashville, TN 37243
Contact Person: Beth Smith
Phone Number: (615) 253-5907, TDEC.Careers@tn.gov
Job Location: Nashville, TN
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: About the Office of Policy and Planning
The Office of Policy and Planning conducts short and long term environmental policy research and analysis, implements strategic planning and process management initiatives and performs Title VI and Environmental Justice functions that are necessary to fulfill the Department's mission. The Policy Office works collaboratively within the Department and with other state Departments to implement strategic initiatives and identify innovative, cost effective opportunities for state government to enhance the quality of life for Tennessee citizens and the natural environment. The Policy Office also works to engage federal, state and local government agencies as well as non-governmental organizations and the academic and business community to exchange views on matters relevant to environmental policy.

Summary of Position
This Executive Service position is located in Nashville, TN. The selected candidate will work with the Office of Policy and Planning to conduct research on priority environmental issues to determine historical treatment of the issue, national or international trends and scientific data. This individual will lead internal department working groups to conduct research and develop white papers or other work product, which summarizes and analyzes research findings and provides recommendations for the department or program area. This individual will also engage with state and federal agencies, non-governmental organizations and other departmental stakeholders for the purposes of developing and/or enhancing environmental policy.

Major responsibilities include:
Support the strategic planning and implementation of policy initiatives for the Department and its program areas, provide policy analysis and recommendations to Department Leadership in regards to water policy and planning, and assist with the implementation of special projects.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities
Conduct research on issues to determine historical treatment of the issue, determine state, regional, national or international trends, and technical data if applicable. The analyst will utilize the research to develop white papers (or other work products).

Coordinating with department divisions to develop stakeholder outreach and communication and implementation plans for new environmental policies.

Lead working groups to conduct research on the programs and processes of departmental peer organizations, scientific and technology related information and social and economic considerations.

Develop and communicate recommendations for environmental policies to department leadership, particularly in the area of water policy.

Work with the Policy Office team in establishing division specific goals and objectives that align the TDECs overall mission and Customer Focused Government Goals.
Qualifications: Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
The successful candidate will have a demonstrated ability to function as an independent researcher, analyst and advocate for the Department, with minimal guidance in a highly demanding work environment and possess the following attributes:

Results oriented individual with a commitment to the mission of the Department.

Strong research and keen analytical skills which support tactical and strategic decisionmaking

Functional abilities and technical knowledge and skills to do the job at a high level of accomplishment.

Ability to write clearly and succinctly in a variety of communication settings and styles getting information across with the desired effect.

Is future oriented; can create competitive and breakthrough strategies and plans anticipating future consequences and trends. Can facilitate effective brainstorming.

Deals with concepts and complexity comfortably. Knowledgeable about how state government works; knows how to get things done both through formal channels and informal networks.

Understands the origin and reasoning behind key policies, practices and procedures.

Skilled working with executive level and senior level managers by crafting approaches likely to be seen as appropriate and positive. Competent at building trust and confidence of people in authority.

Is dedicated to meet the expectations and requirements of internal and external customers. Establishes and maintains effective relationships with customers and gains their trust and respect.

Demonstrates high integrity and good judgment.

Education / Experience:
Applicants must possess a Bachelors degree, as well as a graduate degree and at least 5 years of experience in one of the following areas: Doctor of Jurisprudence (current active Tennessee law license preferred); Environmental Law, Policy and Planning, or Economics. Other graduate level degrees will be considered that support the requirements of the position. Preference will be given to candidates with two or more years of water law and/or policy experience.
Comments: All interested candidates should submit via email (TDEC.Careers@tn.gov) resume, cover letter, and writing sample to Beth Smith. The position will remain posted until filled. Questions can be addressed to Beth Smith at (615) 253-5907 or TDEC.Careers@tn.gov.

Beth Smith, Director

Office of Talent Management

Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation

William R. Snodgrass TN Tower, 2nd Floor

312 Rosa L. Parks Avenue

Nashville, TN 37243



TDEC is an AA/EEO/ADA equal opportunity employer.
How To Apply: http://tn.gov/
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Application Deadline: 9/30/2015

Position Title: Executive Director
Employer: Coastal & Estuarine Research Federation
Address: 2150 N. 107th St., Ste. 205
Seattle, WA 98133-9009
Contact Person: Louise S. Miller, CERF Management Office
Phone Number: louise.miller@sbims.com, no phone calls please.
Job Location: Negotiable
Job Duration: PartTime
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Job Description: The Coastal & Estuarine Research Federation (CERF; http://www.erf.org/) seeks a part-time Executive Director (ED). CERF is a scientific society dedicated to advancing understanding and wise stewardship of estuarine and coastal ecosystems worldwide. Its mission is to promote research, support the education of scientists, decision-makers and the public, and facilitate communication among these groups worldwide. CERF is incorporated as a 501c3 Not-for-Profit organization with seven regional Affiliate Societies and ~ 1,200 members from academia, government, and the private sector.

The CERF Executive Director supports the Governing Board, implements its actions, and reports to the CERF President. The ED is a primary link between the societys membership and the Board and serves as liaison, spokesperson and cultural bridge to the CERF affiliate societies, volunteers and partners. The ED is responsible for contract oversight for a business management group that handles CERF business operations, management of a biennial scientific conference, a tri-annual newsletter, a web site, and development (grants, contracts, gifts). The ED also provides contract oversight for a scientific journal called Estuaries and Coasts (http://www.springer.com/environment/journal/12237).
Qualifications: CERF seeks an Executive Director who is highly organized, creative, responsible, dedicated, capable of working as a team with other professionals, and flexible to respond to emerging needs of CERF and the environments it serves. Applicants must have superb interpersonal skills, demonstrated interest in environmental science, and demonstrated experience in the administration of organizations, e.g., not-for-profits, academia, government, or business. Other requirements include: excellent communication skills with experience communicating via electronic media; demonstrated excellence in organizational administration including but not limited to fundraising, finance and contract management. Highly desirable is experience with scientific journal publications, scientific societies, administration of 501c3 organizations, conference management, and government relations
Comments: The geographic location of the ED is negotiable within the United States; some travel is required. Salary is based on experience, negotiated effort, and the position comes with benefits.

Qualified applicants should forward a letter that addresses the requirements for the position, a resume, and up to four references and their contact information. Please submit applications via electronic mail to Louise S. Miller, CERF Management Office (louise.miller@sbims.com ). No calls please. Applications received before 1 October 2015 will receive full consideration. The desired start date is no later than 1 January 2016. Position open until filled.
How To Apply: http://www.erf.org/
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/1/2015

Position Title: 15-0419 Senior Civil Engineer (Public Utilities)
Employer: City of Longmont
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Contact Person: Sharon Lehman
Phone Number:
Job Location: Longmont, CO
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule: M-F, 8 - 5
Pay Range: $88,056 - $97,836 DOQ
Benefits: yes
Job Description: DEFINITION:
Supervise the work of and serve as the subject matter expert for an engineering function or technical area. Perform engineering work, leadership and project management involving the most complex, highly visible, or large-scale projects of the department.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES:
Plan, direct, and supervise a major engineering function including recommending planning strategies based on existing and future needs; coordinating activities with the general public, other City departments, and outside agencies; and researching and developing project budgets.

Principal duties include the supervision and management of the most complex capital improvement projects and programs in the areas of stormwater drainage and floodplain management. Manage and/or implement capital improvement projects/programs and development review of private development projects, including reviews of reports, designs, and hydraulic/hydrology modeling of storm water drainage and floodplain projects. Provide technical assistance to the utilities operations division, develop and coordinate maintenance programs for major drainage ways. Develop and review RFPs; select and manage engineering and/or environmental consultants for the development of capital projects, studies, modeling and reports. Review work products prepared by consulting engineers and environmental consultants and resolve related issues. Identify and coordinate all permitting and environmental requirements for capital projects. Perform field inspections and coordinate and direct construction inspection staff on various projects and programs to verify compliance with construction contracts and environmental requirements. Resolve complex engineering problems and interpret specifications. Monitor and document implementation and performance of environmental components of capital and development projects and City programs to ensure compliance with City, state and federal requirements. Recommend modification of City codes, standards, and specifications related to stormwater drainage, water quality and floodplain management. Represent the City and Department in local, regional and state environmental work groups, councils, associations, partnerships, etc. Work with department and/or city teams to develop, and implement sustainability principles in projects and programs. Manage the floodplain development permitting program including LOMRs, CLORMs, and LOMAs and the Community Rating System program. Apply for and manage grants from FEMA, USACE for floodplain and drainage projects.

WORKING ENVIRONMENT: The job is performed primarily in an office environment, but requires field visits and inspections. Field work may require use of personnel protective safety equipment and work near or in areas requiring compliance with special safety procedures. The job entails constant sitting, ability to read and understand detailed documents, blueprints, maps, and other printed materials; the ability to use language and math, reason and solve problems, communicate clearly and concisely with co-workers and the public; the ability to work under stress, manage multiple tasks concurrently, and handle frequent interruptions. The job also entails frequent light (under 5 lbs.) lifting and carrying, reaching and bending or stooping, twisting, driving, and the use of near and far vision. Work may require occasional moderate (15-40 lbs.) lifting and carrying, pulling, pushing, climbing, crawling and kneeling or squatting. Employees may be exposed to noise, dust, fumes, solvents, slippery or uneven walking surfaces, machinery and moving vehicles, working in and around water. The job requires working alone, as well as working closely with others.

DEADLINE: CITY APPLICATION is required and must be received by the Human Resources Department, 350 Kimbark St, Longmont, CO 80501. This position will remain open until filled. An online application process is available for this position on our website at www.longmontcolorado.gov. For more information, please call (303) 651-8609.
Qualifications:
QUALIFICATIONS: Senior Civil Engineer: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelors Degree with major course work in civil/environmental engineering or related field and a minimum of seven (7) years of engineering experience in the area of stormwater, drainage or water resources. Possession of a Professional Engineer License from the State of Colorado and a valid Colorado Drivers License is required. Certification as a Flood Plain Manager within six months of hire.

Selection process will include complete job description review, personal interviews, criminal background check and substance screening.
Comments:
How To Apply: online
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 9/28/2015

Position Title: Project Manager Quincy Basin ASGW (Environmental Specialist 4) (In-Training)
Employer: State of Washington
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Contact Person: Human Resources
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Job Location: Spokane, WA
Job Duration: FullTime
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Pay Range: $47,208.00 - $61,920.00 Annually
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Job Description: The Water Resources program is currently looking to fill a Project Manager (Environmental Specialist) (In-Training) position. The position will be located in our Eastern Regional Office (ERO) in Spokane, WA.
This position serves as the senior environmental specialist, section expert and project manager for Ecologys role in the ongoing effort to manage and regulate all public and artificially stored ground water of the Quincy Ground Water Management Subarea (QGWMS).This is a unique position within the State of Washington. You have an opportunity to link with a diverse array of entities and individuals, are able to utilize your creative problem solving abilities have exposure to compliance and enforcement.

The mission of the Water Resources program (WR) is to support sustainable water resources management to meet the present and future needs of people and the natural environment, in partnership with Washington communities.
Some of the key aspects of the Project Manager Quincy Basin ASGW position include:

* Tracks the amount of water available for appropriation from the Quincy Basin project ASGW program.
* Plans, researches, collects, analyzes and interprets technical field and water right data pertinent to applications for new water rights and applications for changes to existing water rights.
* Participates on the technical committee composed of state and federal staff that reviews applications and permits for both ASGW and naturally occurring groundwater for compliance with applicable state and federal requirements.
* Tracks project development ensuring permits are in compliance with development schedules and work with the US Bureau of Reclamation (USBR) staff to bring permittees into compliance with applicable federal and state requirements.
* Assists the Washington State Attorney Generals Office in case preparation by developing factual data and exhibits to support Ecologys position in water right actions.
* Testifies before the Pollution Control Hearing Board and/or Superior Courts in support of water right permit decisions.
Qualifications: We are looking for applicants who are highly organized, detail oriented, professional, have strong interpersonal skills and are excellent communicators.

A bachelor's degree involving a major study in environmental, physical or one of the natural sciences, environmental planning, or other allied field AND five years of professional-level experience in environmental analysis or control or environmental planning which includes one year equal to an Environmental Specialist 3 or above or two years equal to an Environmental Specialist 2 or above.

Additional qualifying experience will substitute, year for year, for education.
The 1 year of experience as an Environmental Specialist 3 can include a combination of the following: 1) investigating and / or resolving complaints involving science or technology content, 2) performing inspections, 3) drafting technical evaluations and reports, 4) develops plans for researching information used for technical projects, regulatory or policy development, 5) plan and facilitate public meetings and hearings, 6) project work requiring specialized knowledge of industry processes, pollutant sources or natural processes, 7) providing technical assistance for complex scientific content and/ or support for implementing scientific content programs, 8) conducting tests, analyzing and evaluating data, 9) using environmental databases to support technical projects, 10) developing scientific studies and resource management plans, 11) providing environmental technical and administrative assistance to grant/ contract/ loan recipients of environmental protection projects.

The 2 year of experience as an Environmental Specialist 2 can include assisting in any of the following areas: 1) performing field surveys or studies, 2) responding to complaints involving scientific or technical content, 3) preparing public meetings and hearings, 4) assistance with routine inspections or investigations requiring specialized knowledge of industry processes, pollutant sources or natural processes, 5) responding to routine inquires or requests for technical assistance involving scientific content, 6) special projects that are scientific in nature, 7) conducting routine sampling and testing analyses, interprets data, writing reports 8) performing basic sampling data review, 9) maintaining an environmental data base to support technical projects, 10 providing routine environmental technical and administrative assistance to grant/ contract/ loan recipients of environmental protection projects.
Advancement to the Environmental Specialist 4 level requires extensive knowledge of Washington State water codes and a demonstrated ability to interpret WACs 173-134A and 173-136 to water right applicants and applicants representatives and other interested parties statewide. Strong interpersonal and problem solving skills. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Must be capable of performing field work and working efficiently and effectively independently as well as in a team setting.

Environmental Specialist 3 - (Range 49) $3,392 to $4,452 per month
A bachelor's degree involving a major study in environmental, physical or one of the natural sciences, environmental planning, or other allied field, AND two years of professional-level experience in environmental analysis or control or environmental planning.

Additional qualifying experience will substitute, year for year, for education.
Examples of professional-level work experience can include assisting in any of the following areas: 1) performing field surveys or studies, 2) responding to complaints involving scientific or technical content, 3) preparing public meetings and hearings, 4) assistance with routine inspections or investigations requiring specialized knowledge of industry processes, pollutant sources or natural processes, 5) responding to routine inquires or requests for technical assistance involving scientific content, 6) special projects that are scientific in nature, 7) conducting routine sampling and testing analyses, interprets data, writing reports 8) performing basic sampling data review, 9) maintaining an environmental data base to support technical projects, 10 providing routine environmental technical and administrative assistance to grant/ contract/ loan recipients of environmental protection projects.

Desired Qualifications:
Knowledge of water measuring techniques and equipment used. Field experience measuring ground water level and stream flow.
Experience with legal proceedings and procedures.
Comments: To broaden the candidate pool, we will consider candidates that qualify at the Environmental Specialist 3 and 4 levels. Please read the qualifications section below to learn more about this exciting career growth and in-training opportunity.
How To Apply: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/washington/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1223160
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Application Deadline: 9/9/2015

Position Title: EIS Project Manager (Environmental Planner 5)
Employer: State of Washington
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Contact Person: Human Resources
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Job Location: Lacey, WA
Job Duration: FullTime
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Pay Range: $57,516.00 - $75,456.00 Annually
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Job Description: Protecting Washington States environment for current and future generations is what we do every day at Ecology. We have a culture that is invested in making a difference. If you want to join a team that is highly effective, collaborative, has leadership that embraces the value of people, Ecology is a good fit.
The Shorelands and Environmental Assistance (SEA) program is looking to hire an EIS Project Manager (Environmental Planner 5). The position will be located in our Headquarters Building in Lacey, WA.
This position serves as the principal planning consultant for Ecologys development of a Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the Chehalis Basin Strategy. The position coordinates and facilitates the EIS for the highly complex cross-programmatic and multi-agency Chehalis Basin Strategy. The position is the lead for the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) Programmatic EIS development. The position will provide consultation with the Governmental Advisory Group for the Chehalis Basin Strategy. The position works with agency staff and managers, and oversees contract consultants as needed to produce studies for EIS or permit decisions, resolve complex issues that may drive development of agency policy, or are mandated by legislative initiatives.
Qualifications: We are looking for applicants to have exceptional organizational and project management skills, strong technical skills and excellent written and verbal communications skills.
Comments: As an agency, our mission is to protect, preserve and enhance Washingtons environment for current and future generations. We invest in our employees to create and sustain a working environment that encourages creative leadership, effective resource management, teamwork, professionalism and accountability. Maybe youve seen some of our recent stories on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or our blog.

To learn more about our agency, please visit our website at www.ecy.wa.gov.
How To Apply: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/washington/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1229167
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/9/2015

Position Title: Municipal Stormwater Grant/Loan Project Manager (Environmental Specialist 4)
Employer: State of Washington
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number: careers@ecy.wa.gov
Job Location: Vancouver, WA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
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Pay Range: $47,208.00 - $61,920.00 Annually
Benefits:
Job Description: Under the general direction of the Watershed Resources Unit Supervisor, this position represents the Water Quality Program's Southwest Regional Office as the senior environmental section specialist responsible for managing municipal stormwater grant and loan projects for prevention and clean up of water pollution from urban stormwater and to assist Phase I and Phase II permittees make sustainable choice that reduce and prevent future water quality problems. This position independently manages significant, highly complex grants and loans focused on municipal stormwater projects such as stormwater treatment, stormwater retrofit and low impact development that are a high priority for the program. The Water Quality Program provides grant and loan funding to local government entities to accomplish the Program's mission to "Protect and Restore Washington's Waters" through the grant/loan project results.

Job duties include, but are not limited to:

Independently reviews and evaluates annual water quality funding applications for municipal stormwater water pollution control projects.
Coordinates with Water Quality Program Financial Management Section staff to approve appropriate expenditures, negotiate contract elements, and terminate projects.
Serves in teaching, training, and mentoring of junior staff in stormwater grant project management.

Review and provide input/comments on water quality plans, educational projects, restoration plans, quality assurance plans, and other documents related to complex grants and loans.
May serve on advisory committees for development of grant & loan guidelines and environmental project criteria.
Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree involving major study in environmental, physical, or one of the natural sciences, environmental planning or other allied field and five years of professional-level experience in environmental analysis or control, or environmental planning which includes one year equal to an Environmental Specialist 3 or above or two years equal to an Environmental Specialist 2 or above.

A Master's degree in one of the above fields and three years of professional - level experience as required above which includes one year equal to an Environmental Specialist 3 loans or above or two years equal to an Environmental Specialist 2 or above.

A Ph.D. in one of the above fields and two years of professional-level experience as required above which includes one year equal to an Environmental Specialist 3 or above or two years equal to an Environmental Specialist 2 or above.

NOTE: One year of the required years of experience must include managing grant and/or loans.

Desired Qualifications

Effective public outreach skills; demonstrated knowledge of water quality Jaws and regulations; good organization skills; experience working with local government.

Knowledge of: principles, practices and methods of environmental or resource management and environmental pollution prevention and pollution control; the application of emerging technologies to existing methods and of techniques of environmental sampling, testing, data gathering, basic research and field investigations; applicable state, federal and local environmental regulations and policies; multimedia environmental principles and practices.

Ability to: provide technical direction to professional staff for complex or controversial studies or projects; provide final review for technical reports, municipal stormwater grant/loan evaluations and conclusions reached by professional staff; work effectively with other government officials, the regulated community and other clientele groups on complex or controversial environmental issues or problems.
Comments: Please complete the applicant profile when applying for this position.

Please include a cover letter and resume attached with your job application.

Please read the supplemental questions carefully and answer completely. Incomplete responses, including "please see resume" may disqualify you from further consideration.

Department of Ecology employees, please make sure to answer the agency-wide questions regarding permanent status as classified employee within the Washington General Service or Washington Management Service. Do not forget to select Department of Ecology as a response to question 2, and type your personnel ID number for question 3. If you are not sure of your status or do not know your personnel ID number, please contact Human Resources.

If you are reading this announcement in print format, please visit www.careers.wa.gov to access the online recruitment system. Click on "Look for Jobs" and select Dept. of Ecology under the "Department" search list. Click "Apply Search."

If you need assistance applying for this job, please e-mail careers@ecy.wa.gov. Please do not send an email to this address to follow-up the status of your application. You can view the latest status of your application on your profile's main page.

The act of submitting application materials electronically is considered affirmation that the information is complete and truthful. The state may verify this information and any untruthful or misleading answers are cause for rejection of your application or dismissal if employed.

This position is included in the Washington Federation of State Employees (WFSE) union bargaining unit for the Department of Ecology. All employees covered by the collective bargaining agreement (CBA) with the WFSE will, as a condition of employment, either become members of the WFSE and pay membership dues or, as non-members, pay a representation fee as described in the CBA, no later than the 30th day following the effective date of this CBA or the beginning of their employment.

The Washington State Department of Ecology is an equal opportunity employer. We strive to create a working environment that includes and respects cultural, racial, ethnic, sexual orientation and gender identity diversity. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons of disability, persons over 40 years of age, veterans or people with military status, and people of all sexual orientations and gender identities are encouraged to apply. Persons needing accommodation in the application/testing process or this job announcement in an alternative format may call (360) 407-6186. Applicants who are deaf or hard of hearing may call the Washington Relay Service by dialing 7-1-1 or 1-800-833-6388.
How To Apply: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/washington/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1185732
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/27/2015

Position Title: Watershed Unit Manager, Central Region (WMS BAND 1)
Employer: State of Washington
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number: careers@ecy.wa.gov
Job Location: Union Gap, WA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $60,510.00 - $84,048.00 Annually
Benefits:
Job Description:
The Watershed Unit Manager is responsible for managing, directing, and administering all activities related to non-point source water quality programs and TMDLs within the Water Quality Section of Ecology's Central Regional Office. This position manages eleven professional staff who are assigned responsibilities for TMDL development and implementation; municipal, industrial and construction storm water permitting, 319, SRF, and Centennial Clean Water grant and Loans; hydropower relicensing and 401 water quality certifications; inspections and enforcement of non-point water quality complaints and violations; and technical assistance activities to support the mission of the program and to apply the laws and regulations for water quality protection. In this capacity, the manager is responsible for personnel administration; directing and managing professional level technical staff related to non-point source pollution; and developing and implementing the section work plan for Watershed Unit activities in the region. The position actively participates in developing implementation strategies for statewide non-point source pollution management issues and enforcement policy. This position coordinates with regional and headquarters unit managers to encourage consistency and communication on water quality issues, permit management, policies and regulations.

Reporting to the Water Quality Central Regional Section Manager (second level of management), the Watershed Unit manager will:

1. Manage recruiting and hiring of staff. In accordance with the collective bargaining agreement by and between the State of Washington and Washington Federation of State Employees (WFSE) in addition to civil service rules. This includes evaluating unit staffing needs, initiating personnel actions, preparing position descriptions and essential functions analyses, recommending staff hires,

2. Plan, lead, organize and control the work performed by the unit. Ensure appropriate and optimal use of the unit's resources and enhance the effectiveness of employees through timely appraisal and professional development opportunities. Arrange training, evaluate staff performance, and initiate or recommend corrective actions.

3. Support effective communications throughout the agency. Maintain the highest standards of personal/professional and ethical conduct and support the state's goals for a diverse workforce.

4. Plan and schedule unit workload, coordinate annual planning, establish priorities, assign tasks, facilitate intra and inter-program project teams, monitor status of unit tasks and commitments, and ensure timeliness of employee assignments. Prepare unit goals and objectives; communicate section, program, and agency activities to unit staff; communicate staff recommendations to management; coordinate monitoring activities with other unit supervisors; and report on unit accomplishments.

5. Manage unit budget and monitor expenditures; approve leave, timesheets, training requests, travel expense vouchers, and purchasing requests. Ensure effective and efficient use of resources to meet the program and section goals and objectives within budget and time constraints.

6. Assure the timely completion of required or appropriate report submittals. This includes grant/loan agreements, plans, publications, recommendations, and other required products. Provide detailed review of documents to ensure that staff documents and recommendations are consistent with state and federal laws, regulations, policies, and guidelines.

7. Assure the long-term storage, archival. maintenance, and public access of records.

8. Serve as section contact for policy and program development for assigned responsibilities. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to TMDL development and implementation; managing and enforcing municipal, industrial and construction storm water permits; and 401 water quality certifications. This position also serves as a program liaison on inter-program and inter-agency work groups; and coordinates with relevant governmental, professional, and industry officials.

9. Serve as lead contact for policy and program development for Financial Assistance projects and serve as a program liaison on inter-program and inter-agency work groups; and coordinate with relevant governmental, professional, and industry officials.

This position is open until filled, with an initial screening on September 4, 2015. In order to be considered for initial screening, please submit an application on or before September 3, 2015. The agency reserves the right to make an appointment any time after the initial screening date.

Qualifications: A Bachelor of Science degree in natural or environmental sciences, or related field.

Five years of professional level work experience in environmental analysis. Advanced degrees may substitute for part of the required work experience.

Education or experience in management and supervision, experience developing and/or implementing TMDLs.
Comments: This position is open until filled, with an initial screening on September 4, 2015. In order to be considered for initial screening, please submit an application on or before September 3, 2015. The agency reserves the right to make an appointment any time after the initial screening date.

Please complete the applicant profile when applying for this position.

Applicants must attach a cover letter and a resume to be considered for this position.

Please read the supplemental questions carefully and answer completely. Incomplete responses, including "please see resume" may disqualify you from further consideration.

Department of Ecology employees, please make sure to answer the agency-wide questions regarding permanent status as classified employee within the Washington General Service or Washington Management Service. Do not forget to select Department of Ecology as a response to question 2, and type your personnel ID number for question 3. If you are not sure of your status or do not know your personnel ID number, please contact Human Resources.

If you are reading this announcement in print format, please visit www.careers.wa.gov to access the online recruitment system. Click on "Look for Jobs" and select Dept. of Ecology under the "Department" search list. Click "Apply Search."

If you need assistance applying for this job, please e-mail careers@ecy.wa.gov. Please do not send an email to this address to follow-up the status of your application. You can view the latest status of your application on your profile's main page.

The act of submitting application materials electronically is considered affirmation that the information is complete and truthful. The state may verify this information and any untruthful or misleading answers are cause for rejection of your application or dismissal if employed.

The Washington State Department of Ecology is an equal opportunity employer. We strive to create a working environment that includes and respects cultural, racial, ethnic, sexual orientation and gender identity diversity. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons of disability, persons over 40 years of age, veterans or people with military status, and people of all sexual orientations and gender identities are encouraged to apply. Persons needing accommodation in the application/testing process or this job announcement in an alternative format may call (360) 407-6186. Applicants who are deaf or hard of hearing may call the Washington Relay Service by dialing 7-1-1 or 1-800-833-6388.
How To Apply: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/washington/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1221669
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/3/2015

Position Title: Water Resources Management Asst/Assoc/Full Professor
Employer: Kansas State University
Address: 129 Seaton Hall
920 N. 17th Street
Manhattan, KS 66506 - 2906
Contact Person: Dr. Joseph P. Harner, Professor and Head Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering
Phone Number: jharner@ksu.edu, 785 - 532 - 5580
Job Location: Manhattan, KS
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule: Start Date: January 1, 2016
Pay Range: S alary commensurate with professional qualifications and experience. Outstanding candidates will be considered for several open endowed positions in the College of Engineering
Benefits:
Job Description: The College of Engineering (COE) is undergoing rapid expansion and will be hiring 35 additional faculty over the next five years. Currently , the Biological and Agricultural Engineering (BAE) department is seeking applicants for a tenure - track or tenured faculty position in water resources management. This position is jointly supported by the College of Engineering and Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station.

Candidates are sought at the assistant, associate, or full professor level. The successful candidate is expected to develop and conduct a nationally recognized research and academic program in one or more of the following core areas:
* Water resources management strategies and policies to promote water sustainability
* Impact of climate change on water supply
* Utilization of marginal waters and/or conservation of water for industrial applications, including food processing and production agriculture
* Development of technologies for instrumentation and control of water use systems

The acceptable candidate is expected to develop a program of excellence in a core area of responsibility that is recognize d by appropriate constituencies , which may include agricultural production, processing, industrial, or manufacturing operation . Development of the program includes discovery and dissemination of knowledge through the peer - review process , as well as the ability to develop and provide educational opportunities to undergraduate and graduate students . The acceptable candidate is expected to serve as principal investigator of funded research as well as interdisciplinary collaboration with on - and off - campus state and federally funded initiative s . Responsibilities will include developing a successful research program , including mentoring Ph.D. students; developing collaborative partnerships with industry ; developing and teaching courses on water resources; providing leadership to national and international professional societies; collaborating with faculty in the BAE department and other units in the university and assist with the expansion of KSU COE relative to the KSU 2025 vision a n d Global Food Systems initiative.
Qualifications: An earned doctorate in Biological Engineering, Agricultural Engineering, Biosystems Engineering, Civil Engineering or a closely related engineering discipline is required. The successful candidate should have expertise in water resources management, demonstrated record of scholarship, evidence of potential to secure extramural funding, and ability to develop a high quality teaching program. Excellent speaking and writing skills, ability to communicate effectively, and ability and desire to work collaboratively in an interdisciplinary environment are expected. To be considered at the Associate Professor or Professor level, the candidates must have teaching experience, research experience and publications commensurate with those levels to be granted the same rank at Kansas State University.
Comments: Review of applications will begin on October 1, 2015 and will continue until the position is filled. To be considered, submit a letter of application, including a statement of teaching and research philosophy, resume, transcripts, and complete contact information for at least three professional references to:

Dr. Joseph P. Harner, Professor and Head Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering
Kansas State University
129 Seaton Hall
920 N. 17th Street
Manhattan, KS 66506 - 2906
Phone: 785 - 532 - 5580
Fax: 785 - 532 - 5825
Email: jharner@ksu.edu

Kansas State University is an Equal Opportunity Employer of individuals with disabilities and protected veterans. Back ground check is required.
How To Apply: http://www.bae.ksu.edu/docs/BAE_WRM.pdf
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/1/2015

Position Title: Natural Resource Technician 1
Employer: Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Arlington, WA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $19.52 to $26.53 depending on experience and qualifications
Benefits:
Job Description: This position performs a variety of field and laboratory work activities. The position will be assigned responsibility for collecting true/accurate/legally defensible data and completing field and laboratory work related to the management and improvement of the Tribes natural resources. The position may provide input to the Fisheries Manager, Natural Resource Director, and staff biologists regarding scheduling, activities and efficiencies relative to the successful completion of projects.

The position cooperates with and often works with other federal, state, and local agencies as needed to successfully complete tribally managed field and laboratory activities. In addition, the position will often collect data, which will provide a technical basis for natural resource management decisions for the tribe in meetings and negotiations with other natural resource management agencies and authorities. From February to June of each year, night and weekend work may be required.

The position will focus on laboratory activities, in season data management, including data entry and data quality control. In addition, it will also include field work typical to natural resources, including work in or around rivers and streams, the marine environment, and upland wildlife habitat. It may also include interactions with the public and youth through outreach and education programs.

The following will represent approximately 80% of the position:
Perform laboratory analyses with precision and accuracy using established procedures. Evaluate results for reasonableness and conformance with acceptance criteria and follow-up appropriately. Clean laboratory equipment in accordance with protocols for intended use, and maintain a clean and orderly laboratory. Operate a computer including advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access and Microsoft Outlook to maintain accurate, quality assured / quality controlled (QA/QC) data. Collect water quality samples from various locations such as rivers, streams, wetlands and the marine environment. Perform field measurements related to water quality sampling over the course of the calendar year, including at times in inclement weather and unpleasant work environments. Operate a boat to collect samples. Operate a motor vehicle in traveling to and from work sites. Take proper safety precautions, anticipate unsafe circumstances, and act accordingly to prevent accidents.
The following will represent approximately 20% of the position:
Interact with the public and school groups in order to educate them on Department projects, best management practices and natural resource topics generally. Draft or revise educational materials for public and internal outreach, events, tours and classes. Perform typical Natural Resource Technician functions such as salmonid spawner surveys, salmonid outmigrant monitoring, upland wildlife field projects, field equipment monitoring and other field duties as required.
Qualifications: REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES AND SKILLS
Knowledge of and skill in applying standard laboratory techniques and procedures related to performing laboratory analyses and inquiries.
Skill in the safe utilization of standard laboratory equipment and supplies, and ability to maintain a safe, clean and orderly laboratory.
Ability to ensure accurate, QA/QC data in a Microsoft Access database. Ability to perform data entry quickly and accurately and perform data checks on entered data against original copy. Ability to create and execute data standards and procedures to ensure legally defensible data.
Ability to work independently or with a partner in the performance of assigned tasks.
Ability to express ideas effectively, both orally and in writing and ability to write narrative reports in a clear and succinct manner, as well as proficiency with computers including Microsoft Excel, Access and Outlook.
Ability to professionally interact with tribal technical staff and effectively handle potentially contentious situations in dealing with the public and other agency personnel.
Knowledge of treaty fishing rights including compliance with U.S. vs. Washington, Civil 9213, and subsequent orders.

PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE, ABILITIES AND SKILLS
Knowledge of the methods and techniques for collecting scientifically credible field data related to natural resource management.
Knowledge of and ability to dissect, identify and read coded wire tags and/or scales related to fisheries harvest management.
Ability to perform physically demanding tasks such as hiking, swimming, heavy lifting and carrying in inclement weather conditions and occasionally work weekends, unusual schedules and hours.
Ability to drive a boat in marine waters and the river mainstream, and the ability to drive a vehicle with a boat or utility trailer.
Ability and desire to work with school groups and the public during outreach events related to natural resources, classroom lessons, hatchery tours and tribal youth summer camp.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS
Graduation from an accredited two-year college with an Associate of Science (A.S.) degree focusing on natural resources, information technology or applicable related field, and related experience.
Valid Washington State Drivers License and a clean driving record.
Ability to pass a background check.
Ability to pass a Pre-Employment Drug Test.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job

Occasionally involves sedentary work.
Occasionally involves light work: exerting up to 20 pounds of force and/or up to 10 pounds of force and/or negligible amount of force to move objects.
Occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.
Constantly requires the ability to give and receive detailed information through verbal communication.
Constantly requires verbally expressing or exchanging ideas of important instructions accurately, loudly, or quickly.
Constantly requires working with fingers rather than the whole hand or arm.
Constantly requires repetitive movement of the wrists, hands and/or fingers.
Often requires walking or moving about to accomplish tasks.
Occasionally requires standing and/or sitting for sustained periods of time.
Occasionally requires ascending or descending stairs or ramps using feet and legs and/or hands and arms.
Occasionally requires raising objects from a lower to a higher position or moving objects horizontally.
Occasionally requires stooping which entails the use of the lower extremities and back muscles. Infrequently requires crouching.
Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, ability to distinguish variations of color, and the ability to adjust focus.
Comments: CLOSES: September 21, 2015 at 4:00 p.m.

REQUIRED EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION PACKET MATERIAL

Complete Tribal Employment application located online at www.stillaguamish.com.
Cover letter explaining your qualifications and experience relevant to the functions of this position.
Personal resume identifying your qualifications and experiences relevant to the functions of this position.

Download and submit a completed application packet from this website no later than 4:00 p.m. on September 21, 2015
How To Apply: http://www.stillaguamish.com/fishtech.asp
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/21/2015

Position Title: Project Manager - Water/Wastewater Engineering
Employer: Maser Consulting
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Red Bank, NJ
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: Design and construction administration of water and wastewater projects. There will also be a requirement to manage, direct, and supervise the work efforts of assigned staff and coordinate the technical and managerial direction provided by Management regarding scope, schedule, quality and budget of projects.

* Prepare effective work plans and man-hour budgets for approval by Department Manager.
* Monitor time schedules and capital cost budgets on projects to satisfy the client as well as control work and productivity.
* Responsible for the quality control/quality assurance process for assigned water and wastewater design projects.
* Oversee the work and productivity on assigned projects.
* Strive to achieve predetermined goals for profit, productivity targets, and schedule of deliverables.
* Develop, coordinate, and execute engineering methods for water and wastewater designs.
* Regular contact with professional engineering consultants, governmental agencies, involved communities and contractors in connection with the planning, design, and permitting of water and wastewater projects.
* Preparation of engineering calculations, plans, specifications, technical papers, and permit applications for water and wastewater pipe, pumping, and treatment facilities.
* Responsible for planning, designing and providing guidance in the development of water supply, transmission, and distribution projects. Develops and reviews conceptual drawings related to infrastructure design.
* Develops and reviews construction documents and specifications.
* Responsible for studies, preparing designs, and contract documents for wastewater and water supply infrastructure projects.
* Review of utility connection applications for municipal and utility authority clients.
Qualifications: REQUIREMENTS:
* Bachelor of Science degree in the environmental engineering, or civil engineering.
* PE license is required.
* 7-10 years of experience in the civil/environmental engineering field with concentration in water/wastewater design.
* Experience with AutoCAD is desired.
Comments:
How To Apply: http://www.maserconsulting.com/careers/?adata=EE5NwukZi1jG8GcgXQFoHbAAhsyz42YY6%2bP7wU4LC2SfNUblyq8sWd1xmYUYjo5CZ6Cdk4pwLWy%2ba%2bKjNWa7r%2b9uTcSo5K7dSGYPm8hdQFlS%2bl5oWArNfBaLGA4iiWMVuYKzY%2b0nqmAOOXpASR5UWBK62TcqYMMvQFuebn9MxxC2Zi4P8ghYr6iXpLFlQx8SqJYqc
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/27/2015

Position Title: Sr. Project Engineer
Employer: Maser Consulting
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Red Bank, NJ
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: Key responsibilities will include Perform field investigations and GIS data processing to obtain data necessary for hydrologic and hydraulic modeling; design and analysis of floodplain modeling, stormwater management, roadway drainage, hydrologic/hydraulic analyses; prepare applications for environmental permitting; produce written and oral reports; and guide junior engineers and technicians as needed in these technical areas. The selected candidate would work and coordinate with state agencies, private clients, local municipalities, and/or public utilities in order to successfully complete these tasks.

Maser Consulting offers Engineers the opportunity to take their career down one of two paths; Project Management or Technical. This position may fall on either path. Therefore, whether you are an H&H expert who would like to develop as a Project Manager or a Technical Expert, there are opportunities at Maser Consulting for you to do so.
Qualifications: Maser Consulting seeks candidates with solid experience with hydraulic/hydrologic (H&H) engineering to join the Civil/Site Engineering department of our Red Bank, NJ office.

REQUIREMENTS:
* 10+ Years of related experience
* Professional Engineering license required
* Bachelors Degree in Civil Engineering
* Proficient with AutoCAD Civil 3D
* Proficient with HEC-RAS and HEC-HMS
* Extensive experience with flood plain modeling
* Advanced written and verbal communication skills
* Proficient with stormwater modeling
* Experience with SWMM, InfoSWMM, and GIS a plus.
* Experience with 2D modelling a plus.
* Certified Floodplain Manager a plus
Comments:
How To Apply: http://www.maserconsulting.com/careers/?adata=EFCs19ZBIubTYiqeTuhBGd%2f0EP88Ek9lhFVosm9FiObPwsKor5R5VMNXf3cJk4vSpJ3swIShAMRnKBqn1IO1qy511nM8FpLwh1L173Wy%2f09WM2zyX18oFSLDdzIvAp343SHWBDsNbgjirxxd285IePU2n08jBNkgOLDk5AvOcyK8Ax95ZJ7T%2bgZtqZkERuVTVEbv%2f0OZ5
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/27/2015

Position Title: STORMWATER ENGINEER
Employer: City of Broken Arrow
Address:
Contact Person: Tami Johnston
Phone Number:
Job Location: Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: JOB SUMMARY: This position is responsible for performing engineering duties in support of the Stormwater Management Program.
MAJOR DUTIES:
Performs engineering services in support of the stormwater management program including master drainage plans, stormwater quality plans and permits, and flood plain management
Supervises, evaluates, and disciplines division administrative and technical personnel
Reviews public and private stormwater drainage system design plans, reports, and permits
Performs public stormwater drainage system designs
Performs duties in support of the floodplain management program
Prepares reports; writes memoranda and correspondence
Performs duties in support of the stormwater quality program
Prepares and submits required federal, state, and local permits
Performs public and private drainage issue investigation and resolution
Performs various grading, stormwater, and floodplain inspections
Performs duties in support of the master drainage plans and regular stormwater detention program
Performs other related duties as assigned

NOTE: This posting is open until filled.
Qualifications:
Comments:
How To Apply: Apply online
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 10/1/2015

Position Title: Habitat Conservation Plan Specialist / Principal Program Manager
Employer: Santa Clara Valley Habitat Agency
Address: 535 Alkire Avenue
Morgan Hill, CA 95037
Contact Person: Pam Derby
Phone Number: 916-471-3126
Job Location: Morgan Hill, CA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $105,000 - $125,000
Benefits:
Job Description: The Santa Clara Valley Habitat Agency (Agency) is a joint powers agency formed in April 2013 by the County of Santa Clara, the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Agency, the Santa Clara Valley Water District, and the cities of San Jos, Morgan Hill and Gilroy to adopt a Habitat Conservation Plan and Natural Communities Conservation Plan. The Plan provides a framework for promoting the protection and recovery of natural resources, including endangered species, while streamlining the permitting process for planned development, infrastructure, and maintenance activities.

Reporting to the Executive Officer, the Habitat Conservation Plan Specialist/Principal Program Managers primary responsibility is supporting the Executive Officer in the implementation of the Habitat Plan.
Qualifications: Ideal candidates possess a thorough knowledge of conservation planning, conservation biology, open space and agricultural lands acquisition, permit compliance, landscape ecology, restoration ecology, and an understanding of land use planning processes and zoning regulations. A Bachelor's degree and at least ten years of progressive work history in some combination of natural resource protection, real estate transactions, conservation lands stewardship and law, particularly as it pertains to natural resource protection are expected. A Masters degree and at least five years in a management role are preferred.
Comments: To be considered, please immediately submit a cover letter, list of six work related references, current salary and resume to:

Pam Derby
CPS HR Consulting
241 Lathrop Way
Sacramento, CA 95815
Ph: 916-471-3126
Fx: 916-561-7205
Email: resumes@cpshr.us

To view an online brochure for this position visit: www.cpshr.us/search
The Santa Clara Valley Habitat Agency website: www.scv-habitatagency.org



The Santa Clara Valley Habitat Agency is an equal opportunity employer.
How To Apply: www.scv-habitatagency.org
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/4/2015

Position Title: Mid-Senior Level Environmental Scientist
Employer: RK&K
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Baltimore, MD
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: RK&K is looking for a mid to senior-level environmental scientist to join the Natural Resources Group in our Baltimore headquarters. This is an excellent opportunity to be part of a growing discipline within a growing firm. Our office headquarters are located in central Baltimore close to Interstate 83 with free on-site parking, and within walking distance of Penn Station and the Mount Royal Avenue light rail station.

Ideal candidates will have significant wetland delineation and Section 404/401 permitting experience, and the role will include leading teams in the field, client interaction, agency coordination, mentoring staff, report writing, document review, and project management. Experience with public clients in Maryland, Delaware and Virginia is preferred. Expertise in GIS, tree identification, forest stand delineation, wetland mitigation design, stream assessment, and ecological monitoring is a plus.
Qualifications: Minimum Requirements:

Bachelors degree in Environmental Science or equivalent (Masters preferred)

Undergraduate/graduate curriculum that emphasized ecology, botany, and other natural resources disciplines

5+ years relevant experience

Accomplished client service, time management and communication skills

Team orientation

Experience on linear projects in Maryland, Delaware and Virginia is desired; and forest stand delineation, wetland mitigation design, stream assessment, ecological monitoring, and GIS experience is a plus.

Candidates must be extremely motivated, and committed to a consulting career with project management responsibilities. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are required.
Comments: RK&K offers competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits including medical, dental and a 401(k) plan with company match.

The RK&K team has met the needs of both public and private sector clients by providing multi-discipline planning, engineering, environmental, and construction phase services since our founding in 1923. We offer innovative and cost-effective solutions on a variety of projects nationwide from our Baltimore, Maryland headquarters and 17 branch offices in eight states and Washington, DC.

We offer competitive salaries commensurate with experience and an excellent fringe benefits package including: a 401(k) Plan with strong company match; Comprehensive Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance; Paid Vacation; Tuition Reimbursement; and the opportunity for personal and professional growth.

RK&K is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
How To Apply: https://www.irecruit-us.com/index.php?OrgID=I20140721&pg=initiallist&RandID=2015082609151555ddbbe3a03712670e6088babd36035bb7a5c24eb0db77534968a&RequestID=55cb66a589bd6&olnew=1&slnew=1
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/26/2015

Position Title: Environmental Scientist - Entry Level (Full Time)
Employer: RK&K
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Baltimore, MD
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: Since our founding in 1923, the RK&K team has satisfied both public and private sector clients by providing multi-discipline planning, engineering, environmental, and construction phase services. We offer innovative and efficient solutions on a variety of projects nationwide from our Baltimore, Maryland headquarters and 18 branch offices in eight states and Washington, DC.

RK&K is a 1000 person multi-disciplinary consulting firm headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland. The firm has been operating throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern regions of the United States since its inception in 1923, providing services to a wide array of local, state, federal, and private sector clients. The firm employs a well-diversified staff of engineers, designers, planners, scientists, environmental specialists, surveyors, CADD designers, construction managers/inspectors, support and field staff. RK&Ks expertise is in transportation, traffic, transit/rail, structural, geotechnical, environmental, and water resources engineering; natural gas, petroleum and pipeline engineering; planning and cultural resources; construction management and inspection; hazardous waste; energy management; land and site development; natural resources; GIS, computer programming and graphic design; and surveys.

RK&K is looking for an entry-level Environmental Scientist to join the Natural Resources Group in our Baltimore headquarters. This is an excellent opportunity to be part of a growing discipline within a growing firm. Our office headquarters are located in central Baltimore close to Interstate 83 with free on-site parking, and within walking distance of Penn Station and the Mount Royal Avenue light rail station.

The Environmental Scientist role will include a mix of field and office time conducting wetlands and forest assessments, document review, client interaction, agency coordination, report-writing, and state and federal permitting. We have a strong and diverse group of over 20 scientists in our Baltimore Office, and we collaborate closely in a team environment.
Qualifications: Minimum Requirements:
Bachelors degree in Environmental Science or equivalent (Masters preferred)
Undergraduate/graduate curriculum that emphasized ecology, botany, and other natural resources disciplines
0 to 5 years relevant experience
Accomplished time management and communication skills
Team orientation

Candidates with internship and/or other directly related work experience will be given priority. Experience on linear projects in Maryland, Delaware and Virginia is desired; and forest stand delineation, wetland mitigation design, stream assessment, ecological monitoring, and GIS experience is a plus.

Candidates must be extremely motivated, and committed to a consulting career with project management responsibilities. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are required.

Comments: We offer competitive salaries commensurate with experience and an excellent fringe benefits package including: a 401(k) Plan with strong company match; Comprehensive Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance; Paid Vacation; Tuition Reimbursement; and the opportunity for personal and professional growth.

RK&K is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
How To Apply: https://www.irecruit-us.com/index.php?OrgID=I20140721&pg=initiallist&RandID=2015082609151555ddbbe3a03712670e6088babd36035bb7a5c24eb0db77534968a&RequestID=559d7e7e6e0cb&olnew=1&slnew=1
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/26/2015

Position Title: Environmental Planner
Employer: Quinault Indian Nation
Address:
Contact Person: Charles Warsinske
Phone Number: cwarsinske@quinault.org
Job Location: Taholah, WA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: Salary $75,000/year.
Benefits:
Job Description: The Quinault Indian Nation seeks an experienced Environmental Planner to assist in the preparation of environmental protection standards and regulations and a Shoreline Regulatory Management Plan. This is a 3-year position that will be located in Taholah, Washington on the Olympic Peninsula.
Qualifications: Must have: Bachelors in Environmental Planning, Environmental Science, Coastal Management or related field (Masters and experience working for/with Indian tribes a plus); experience composing environmental documents for related projects and public outreach desired; proficiency with MS Office Suite required; and ArcGIS preferred.
Comments: For more information, email Charles Warsinske at cwarsinske@quinault.org. For an application, contact Cheri Harris at charris@quinault.org or visit www.quinaultindiannation.com/jobs.htm. Job closes 9/09/15.
How To Apply: http://www.quinaultindiannation.com/jobs.htm
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/9/2015

Position Title: Virginia Executive Director
Employer: The Chesapeake Bay Foundation
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number: Cbf_employment@cbf.org
Job Location: Richmond, VA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
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Job Description: The Virginia Office Executive Director serves as the primary environmental advocate for CBF in Virginia. Key responsibilities include: policy development and advocacy, contact for legislature, business community, conservation organizations, etc. Manages staff in Richmond and Norfolk offices and oversees all policy and advocacy efforts in the state; works cooperatively with development and communications efforts.
Qualifications: At least seven to ten years of experience in management, budgeting, leadership, public policy, fundraising, public speaking, advocacy skills. Must be familiar with CBF, Virginia environmental laws and regulations. Familiarity with Virginia General Assembly and state and local government preferred. Graduate-level degree in environmental policy, science, or law.
Comments: To apply, please send cover letter, resume, and salary history and requirements no later than September 1, 2015 to:

Human Resources/FY16-03-VAED
Chesapeake Bay Foundation
Cbf_employment@cbf.org

CBF offers a comprehensive benefits package to include: 20 vacation days, 10 sick days, health, vision, dental, life insurance, and a tax deferred annuity plan. The Chesapeake Bay Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
How To Apply: http://www.cbf.org/about-cbf/jobs-internships/jobs/virginia-jobs
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/26/2015

Position Title: VA Watershed Restoration Scientist
Employer: The Chesapeake Bay Foundation
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number: Cbf_employment@cbf.org
Job Location: Richmond, VA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: he Chesapeake Bay Foundation seeks a Watershed Restoration Scientist to be based at its Virginia State Office located in Richmond.

The Virginia Watershed Restoration Scientist will be responsible for implementing wetland and riparian restoration projects and agriculture best management practices (bmps), managing and developing innovative wetland and riparian restoration and agriculture bmp programs, and working closely with partners and other CBF staff on restoration and bmp programs and associated grant management. The Virginia Watershed Restoration Scientist will assist in development of CBF policies regarding state and federal agricultural cost share programs, state regulations and agriculture certainty programs, and legislation. The Virginia Watershed Restoration Scientist will lead CBFs outreach to the farm community. The Virginia Watershed Restoration Scientist will assist in development of CBF policies regarding the Chesapeake Clean Water Blueprint, particularly the WIP responsibilities for the agriculture community.
Qualifications: Candidate must possess a Master of Science degree in natural resources or a related field with strong understanding of stream and wetland applied ecology, agriculture policy issues, agriculture bmps, and 3 years experience in agriculture-related restoration programs and techniques is required. The ideal candidate would demonstrate proficiency in managing riparian and wetland restorations and agriculture bmp projects from initial design through construction.
Comments: To apply, please send cover letter, resume, and salary history and requirements no later than September 20, 2015 to:

Human Resources/FY16-06-VAWRS
Chesapeake Bay Foundation
Cbf_employment@cbf.org

CBF offers a comprehensive benefits package to include: 20 vacation days, 10 sick days, health, vision, dental, life insurance, and a tax deferred annuity plan. The Chesapeake Bay Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

How To Apply: http://www.cbf.org/about-cbf/jobs-internships/jobs/virginia-jobs
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/20/2015

Position Title: Deputy Executive Director
Employer: Chino Basin Water Conservation District
Address: ATTN: Eunice Ulloa, Executive Director
4594 San Bernardino Street
Montclair, CA 91763
Contact Person: Eunice Ulloa
Phone Number: 858.248.7701, Jobs@cbwcd.org
Job Location: Montclair, CA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $115,000-$125,000 salary range
Benefits:
Job Description: Under the administrative direction of the Executive Director, the Deputy Executive Director plans, organizes, and supervises the operations and functions of the organization including: leadership of management team to develop and administer education and conservation programs, maintain budgets, motivate staff, interface with Board and act on
behalf of the Executive Director in his/her absence. Primary duties include, but are not limited to, the following:
Assisting the Executive Director, as directed, with all aspects of the Districts programs, projects, operations, policies, and procedures;
Leading the Management Team in goal setting, program develop, implementation, and evaluation, and supervision of staff;
Assisting with the preparation of the annual budget;
Representing CBWCD at meetings with state, federal, and local agencies, and responding to public inquiries regarding CBWCD;
Maintaining continuous awareness of administrative practices and recommending changes that increase the efficiency and costeffectiveness of CBWCD operations;
Preparing grant applications and maintains responsibility for proper administration of grants received;
Attending meetings with Boards and Commissions;
Reviewing legislation and providing advice and consultation regarding such legislation;
Conducting a variety of studies and surveys to determine the effectiveness of CBWCD programs;
Assisting with the administration of personnel related matters, including employment procedures, grievances, classification and pay,
and employer-employee relations;
Administering the safety program; and
Monitoring employee certification & training.
Qualifications: If you are interested in applying, please
download a CBWCD employment
application from www.cbwcd.org and
submit a completed form with resume and
cover letter to:
Jobs@cbwcd.org
Please list the position for which you are
applying in the subject line.
Or you may submit via US Mail to:
Chino Basin Water Conservation District
ATTN: Eunice Ulloa, Executive Director
4594 San Bernardino Street
Montclair, CA 91763
The filing deadline is September 18,
2015.
Upon close of the application window,
CBWCD will review and screen
applications and invite qualified
candidates to interviews. References for
finalists will be requested at the
appropriate time. Interviews with finalists
will be scheduled at that time.
If you have any questions, please contact
Cindy Henson at:
858.248.7701
or
Jobs@cbwcd.org
CBWCD IS AN EQUAL
OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Comments:
How To Apply: http://www.cbwcd.org/Jobs.aspx
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/18/2015

Position Title: Civil Engineering Specialist (H&H/GIS Project Engineer)
Employer: State of Montana, Department of Natural Resources and Conservation
Address: 1424 9th Avenue
Helena, MT 59620
Contact Person: Steve Story
Phone Number: 406-202-2728
Job Location: Helena, MT
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule: M-F, 8:00 - 5:00 with Flexibility
Pay Range: $52,190 - $64,470 Annually
Benefits: Health Insurance, Paid Leave & Holidays, Retirement Plan
Job Description: DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES: The purpose to the job is to provide engineering and GIS technical support, along with contract management and administrative services, to the Floodplain Mapping Unit under the direction of the unit supervisor/state floodplain engineer. The engineering tasks performed by the incumbent are under the responsible charge of the Licensed Professional Engineers managing the Floodplain Mapping program.
The incumbent would perform GIS and engineering tasks in support of the completion of new floodplain mapping and studies. The tasks include accomplishing the following specific tasks, or performing technical reviews of: scoping, field reconnaissance, surveying, hydrologic and hydraulic analyses and modeling, technical documentation, floodplain delineation, and GIS mapping. Other tasks include contractor procurement of engineering services, project administration and oversight, and coordination with communities, contractors, state and federal agencies, and others.

The incumbent provides engineering technical review assistance in support of the services provided by DNRC Regional Engineers to local communities. Community technical reviews involve evaluating the engineering aspects of local floodplain permit applications and FEMA Letter of Map Change (LOMC) submittals, for sufficiency with local floodplain ordinances.

Other duties include providing GIS services and support to the Mapping Unit, preparation and update of the annual State Business Plan and Program Management Grant Applications, updates to the FEMA Mapping Information Platform (MIP), participation in procurement of engineering and surveying services, budgeting, scheduling, invoicing, contractor management, and coordination of meetings, program outreach and training activities.


COMPETENCIES: Desired knowledge, skills, and abilities include:
A strong background in Water Resources engineering including expertise in the theories, principles, and applications of hydrologic and hydraulic analyses; and associated modeling software (especially HEC-HMS and HEC-RAS),
Practical knowledge of field surveying methods and topographic data collection; including LiDAR,
Proficiency and experience utilizing GIS mapping applications,
Practical experience performing floodplain engineering analyses, modeling, delineation, and mapping,
The ability to comprehend and interpret policies, state and federal laws and guidance pertaining to water resources and floodplain management,
Enjoys and excels working on multidisciplinary teams with diverse skill sets,
Strong computer software and troubleshooting skills,
Critical thinking, problem solving, attention to detail, and organizational strengths,
And excellent writing and oral communication skills.
Qualifications: EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: The knowledge, skills and abilities required for this position are typically acquired through possession of a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Civil Engineering or equivalent, and three (3) or more years of applicable work experience. As a minimum, must have an Engineer Intern (EI) Certification, preferably within the State of Montana Applicant is required to have passed the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam. Desirable certifications include: a Montana Professional Engineer's (PE) License; and registration as a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) by the Association of State Floodplain Managers(ASFPM). A valid drivers license is required.
Comments: Refer to complete vacancy listing at:
https://mtstatejobs.taleo.net/careersection/200/jobdetail.ftl?job=15141980

DNRC Floodplain Program:
http://dnrc.mt.gov/divisions/water/operations/floodplain-management
How To Apply: https://mtstatejobs.taleo.net/careersection/200/jobdetail.ftl?job=15141980
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/18/2015

Position Title: Watershed Administrator
Employer: Yellow Medicine River Watershed District
Address: 122 North Jefferson St.
Minneota, MN 56264
Contact Person: Tim Buysse
Phone Number:
Job Location: Minneota, MN
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $50,000+
Benefits: Negotiable
Job Description: See the YMRWD web site for the employment ad, job description, and application form: www.ymrwd.org.
Qualifications:
Comments:
How To Apply: See ad on web site.
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/9/2015

Position Title: Flood Program Field Representative
Employer: Insurance Services Office, Inc
Address:
Contact Person: Vivienne Dizon
Phone Number:
Job Location: Fort Wayne, IN
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: Due to the continued growth of the Community Rating System (CRS) program, we currently have a need for a Flood Program Field Representative (CRS Specialist) covering Fort Wayne, IN. The CRS program is a voluntary incentive program that recognizes and encourages community floodplain management activities that exceed the minimum requirements of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).



If you are self-motivated, detail-oriented, and enjoy working in the field and meeting people, then this position is for you. The primary responsibilities involve visiting communities to collect flood information, preparing reports in accordance with established standards, and representing ISO at meeting involving community officials.
Qualifications: We are looking for individuals who possess some of the following knowledge and skills, and/or experience:
Experience with the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), floodplain management (i.e. through community planning).
College degree in business, engineering or similar discipline preferred and/or proven experience in flood plain mitigation.
Excellent customer service, strong math, and verbal/written communication skills are required.
A strong knowledge of Microsoft Windows is required.
Must be self-motivated, detail oriented, possess a strong work ethic and able to demonstrate the ability to work independently.
Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) certification is desirable.

This position requires a valid drivers license and some overnight travel, and you will work from your office at home to complete all work assignments.
Comments:
How To Apply: vdizon@verisk.com
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 9/11/2015

Position Title: Drainage Engineer
Employer: Atkins
Address:
Contact Person: Ryan Fletcher
Phone Number: 702-551-0283
Job Location: Denver, CO
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: 65,000 - 85,000
Benefits: Full
Job Description: Major Function/Role:
Under supervision, applies drainage, water resources, hydrologic & hydraulic proficiency to the investigation of engineering problems, the coordination of project activities, and the preparation of preliminary plans and documents. On design assignments, progresses toward learning how to clearly convey the design intent through engineering drawings and specification. On engineering and planning assignments, continues to develop a knowledge of the fundamentals of engineering process and to apply them successfully to operation systems.
Job Duties:
Performs work which involves drainage and water quality design, detailed hydrologic and hydraulic analysis (using various models and methods), preparation of plans, reports and technical memos. This position may focus on one project or may be required to balance tasks performed on multiple projects for several different engineers.
Qualifications: Education and Experience:

B.S. OR M.S. in Engineering. This level may be achieved by Engineers with 2 years experience since B.S. or 1 year since M.S. The typical incumbent has 3 to 5 years experience since Bachelors degree.


Special Skills:

Technical writing, computer and communications skills required. MicroStation Inroads experience preferred. AutoCAD and GIS experience preferred. Proficiency with drainage analysis including HY-8, CulverMaster, HECRAS, SWMM, CUHP and knowledge of Colorado hydrology and hydraulics required.

Professional Registrations:

E.I. or EIT is usually required.
Comments:
How To Apply: http://careers.atkinsglobal.com/
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 9/4/2015

Position Title: Hydrologist (Civil Engineer, PE)
Employer: Hoskin Ryan Consultants
Address: 6245 N 24th Pkwy #100
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Contact Person: Margaret Arellano
Phone Number:
Job Location: Phoenix, AZ
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits: We offer competitive salaries, health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, paid time off (PTO), 401(k) and a close-knit working environment.
Job Description: Ability to work on both public works and land development projects, specifically on flood control master plans, floodplain studies, drainage reports, storm drain and channel design.
Qualifications: Bachelors Degree in Civil Engineering with an emphasis in Watershed Hydrology or similar
Minimum of 8 years of hydrology and hydraulics experience
Proficient in the use of stormwater software including: HEC 1, HEC-RAS, Storm CAD, GIS, and AutoCAD
FLO-2D and Civil 3D experience a plus
Knowledge of Microsoft Software
Ability to coordinate with clients/subconsultants
Must be highly organized and detail-oriented
Ability to work in a teaming environment
Ability to plan, organize, and commit to deadlines
Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal skills
Proposal writing skills
Masters Degree a plus
Comments:
How To Apply: Please submit your resume to: margareta@hoskinryan.com
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 9/3/2015

Position Title: Research Hydrologist (Research Associate)
Employer: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Address: USDA/ARS, Grazinglands Research Laboratory
7207 W. Cheyenne Street
El Reno, OK 73036
Contact Person: Dr. Daniel Moriasi
Phone Number: (405) 262-5291, daniel.moriasi@ars.usda.gov
Job Location: El Reno, OK
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $58,562.00 to $76,131.00 / Per Year
Benefits:
Job Description: The position is with the Grazinglands Research Laboratory, Great Plains Agroclimate and Natural Resources Research at the USDA-ARS, Plains Area in El Reno, Oklahoma. The laboratorys mission is to develop and deliver improved technologies, management strategies, and strategic and tactical planning tools which help evaluate and manage economic and environmental risks, opportunities, and tradeoffs, for integrated crop, forage, and livestock systems under variable climate, energy, and market conditions. ARS Postdoctoral Research Associates are hired to supplement a lead scientists research on agricultural problems of high national priority affecting American agriculture.

The incumbent will build, calibrate, validate, and develop hydrologic and water quality models; use global sensitivity, and uncertainty techniques to evaluate these models by determining the most sensitive parameters and their reasonable range of values; establish confidence intervals and uncertainty ranges for hydrology and water quality model outputs. The incumbent will drive to off-site research locations and travel to other locations as needed to work with collaborators.

Major Duties
* Works as a member of a Team conducting research spanning multiple disciplines that requires unconventional approaches to qualify impacts of conservation practices on water quality from field to watershed scales (e.g. >250 mi2)
* Conducts research in a series of interrelated projects linked across plot, field, and watershed scales that address impacts of agricultural practices on the environment.
* Incumbents personal research assignment is to build, evaluate, and refine the Agricultural Policy/Environmental eXtender (APEX) model and the sequentially linked remote sensing-based energy balance ER algorithms (EB_ET) Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) groundwater model to conservation and agricultural management practices on water resources.
* Conducts field and watershed scale modeling and programming.
* Uses the digital elevation model, SSURGO soils, land use and land management, and geologic datasets to build the EB_ET-SWAT-MODFLOW project.
* Calibrates and validates the sequentially linked modeling system using weather, streamflow and water table elevations data from existing pumping wells.
* Evaluates, manages and maintains software, hardware, and other computer accessory requirements to support research objectives.
* Participate in hydrological studies in the field.
Qualifications: This position requires a Ph.D in Hydrology, Agricultural Engineering or a closely related field of study that has equipped the applicant with the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the duties and responsibilities of the position.

Applicants must meet basic Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Qualification Standard's requirements of the scientific discipline necessary to perform the duties and responsibilities of the position.

This position has a positive education requirement. You must submit a copy of your academic transcripts OR a list of college courses with credit hours, dates completed, and grades received to verify education when applying for this position. If this information is not provided, your education may not be appropriately evaluated and you may lose consideration for this position. If you are selected for this position, you will have to provide an official copy of your transcripts prior to entering on duty. Application materials will not be returned.

TRAVEL REQUIRED
* Occasional Travel
* Travel of 1 week per month to the field with some overnight stay

RELOCATION AUTHORIZED: Yes, Relocation expenses may be authorized

KEY REQUIREMENTS
* A Ph.D. is required
* Appropriations Law and Immigration Law requirements must be met
* Pre-employment fingerprint check with successful adjudication is required

BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION AND FINGERPRINT CHECK: Selection and retention in this position is contingent on a successfully adjudicated FBI National Criminal History Check (fingerprint check) and a background investigation.
Comments: If sending your application as an attachment to an email, do not send zipped files. They will be removed in accordance with standard electronic security procedures.

If application packages do not contain all of the requested information, you may lose consideration for the job. To help you ensure your application fully outlines your qualifications and eligibility for this position, please submit the following documentation as appropriate. Some of the items listed may not apply to you. NOTE: Applications received in postage paid government envelopes will not be considered.

APPLICATION PACKAGE CHECKLIST

__ Resume, Curriculum Vitae, or other document outlining your qualifications

The following information is required of all applicants:
__ Announcement number, title, and grade(s) of the position

__ Full name, mailing address (including zip code) and day and evening phone numbers (with area code)

__ Indicate country of citizenship __Copy of DD Form 214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty (Only if claiming veterans preference. Visit the following web site for additional information: http://www.opm.gov/employ/veterans/html/vetguide.asp)

__SF-15 (Application for 10-point Veterans Preference) plus the supporting documentation required by this form (if claiming 10-point veteran's preference). Visit http://www.opm.gov/forms/html/sf.asp to obtain the form.



As an Applicant for a Postdoctoral Research Associate Position, you must also submit the following:

__ A one-page abstract of Ph.D. dissertation

__ A resume of any honors or awards received; memberships in professional or honor societies; invitations to make presentations at scientific/technical meetings; scientific society office and committee assignments; presentations (other than invitations); and publications.

__ A list of names, addresses, and phone numbers of persons familiar with your stature, contributions, and recognition.

If this is your first time applying for a federal job, or if you wish to view more detailed information about various aspects of applying for federal jobs, go to http://www.usajobs.gov/ResourceCenter.

How To Apply: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/396681200
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 3/3/2016

Position Title: Watershed Coordinator/Engineer, Public Utilities (Job Code: 2094)
Employer: Sarasota County, FL
Address: Sarasota Operations Center
1001 Sarasota Center Boulevard
Sarasota, FL 34240
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Sarasota, FL
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $42,411.20 - $60,611.20 May exceed depending upon experience
Benefits:
Job Description: This is professional engineering work with responsibilities and activities including coordinate the watershed model updates; planning activities; site and development reviews; provide support for stormwater maintenance activities in a watershed; coordination with multiple internal departments and coordination with external governmental agencies and clients.

Duties:

Watershed Modeling Activities:
* Incorporate recent development projects into the County's Record Watershed Model.
* Coordinate with GIS Staff to maintain the County's GIS database to be consistent with the Record Model.
* Maintain accurate floodplain delineation.
* Identification of Level of Service deficiencies with in the Watershed.
* Analyze areas of concern for cost effective solutions to LOS.
* Coordinate with GIS staff to update the infrastructure data base and LID tracking feature class.
* Provide support for stormwater maintenance projects.

Development Review:
* Review LDS S&D's and County CIP's for consistency with the LDR and Watershed model(s).
* Provide written comments to LDS (using LIMS) or to the County PM relative to any inconsistencies.
* Schedule and attend meetings with the EOR to discuss solutions to the S&D comments.
* Responsible to maintain plans, files, and models associated with development submittals and to determine the critical timing of incorporating approved plans into the County's Record Model.

Planning:
* Provide technical comments for stormwater review projects (for Conceptual, Preliminary, and Final Development plans as necessary), to ensure that development projects satisfy the LDR and do not cause adverse impacts and LOS deficiencies. This work includes providing technical comments for rezones, special exceptions, DRIs, and other reviews that must go through a public hearing process at the BOCC and/or Planning Commission.

Preparation of stormwater project design and construction; internal designs; permitting; cost estimating; hydrologic and hydraulic modeling; flood studies and floodplain mapping.
Qualifications: A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in Engineering or a related technical field. Must also have three (3) or more years of related engineering / project management experience. A Master's Degree from an accredited college or university may substitute for one year of required experience. Must have or be able to obtain EI (Engineer Intern) Certification within 12 months. A valid Driver's License is required.

Job Based Competencies: Hydrology, hydraulics, and water quality. Knowledge of ICPR and ArcMap. AutoCAD is desirable.
Comments: Please mention where you learned about this opportunity.
How To Apply: https://ch.tbe.taleo.net/CH06/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=ADVANCE&cws=3&rid=2094&source=Indeed.com
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 12/5/2015





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