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Snohomish County Surface Water Management (SWM) GIS Analyst, Senior
South Florida Water Mgmt. Dist. Engineering Specialist 2
Stantec Assistant Project Manager
Pima County, AZ Permit & Regulatory Compliance Officer
City of Phoenix, AZ Civil Engineer III - Hydraulic Modeler
Pima County, AZ Civil Engineer
California Div. of Integrated Reg'l Water Mgmt. Water Resources Technician I
California Div. of Operations & Maintenance Water Resources Engineering Associate (Specialist)
California Div. of Integrated Reg'l Water Mgmt. Senior Engineer, Water Resources - 3 Positions
California Bay-Delta Authority Program Manager II
Central Valley Flood Protection Board Principal Engineer, Water Resources
California Dept. of Water Resources Engineer Water Resources
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Washington State Dept. of Ecology Municipal Stormwater Engineer (Environmental Engineer 3)
Washington State Dept. of Ecology Hydrogeologist 3
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Position Title: GIS Analyst, Senior
Employer: Snohomish County Surface Water Management (SWM)
Address:
Contact Person: Dave Lucas
Phone Number:
Job Location: Everett, WA
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: Snohomish County Surface Water Management (SWM) is seeking a highly motivated Senior GIS Analyst to join our team.

SWM works in partnership with other local and regional agencies to improve Snohomish County now and for future generations. SWM provides a variety of programs and services for reducing road and property flooding and preserving and improving the health of Snohomish County's water resources and natural systems. We focus on four areas of service:Clean water in rivers, streams and lakes;
Habitat for fish and aquatic wildlife;
River flooding and erosion;
Stormwater drainage systems.
You can find us responding to water-quality problems and complaints, monitoring river levels during flood season, maintaining drainage systems, managing habitat improvement projects and more.

SWM desires a well-qualified GIS analyst to support our service areas by providing essential and complex GIS services to a dynamic group of engineers, scientists, planners and technicians. We use GIS services applied to floodplain mapping, flood control infrastructure, storm water infrastructure, wetlands and streams, asset management, and natural resource planning.

Successful applicants will have a background and experience in environmental sciences, geography, cartography and GIS. They will be able to work independently and as part of a team. We value the ability to analyze issues, develop solutions using creativity and ingenuity and clearly communicate complex data to varied audiences. Come join our team and build a career in the great northwest!

This job posting is to create an Eligibility Register to fill a vacant position and future vacancies. The Eligibility Register will be active for six months.
Qualifications: Job Duties

Performs complex GIS processing and analysis functions, applications design, and development and testing assignments to support Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software, hardware, and geospatial data management and systems for scientific, planning, and engineering projects. This position works in conjunction with Department of Information Services as it relates to technology.

STATEMENT ESSENTIAL OF JOB DUTIES
1.Coordinates with scientists, engineers, planners and other professionals to develop complex GIS analytical and geoprocessing functions, including input, editing, manipulation, management, analysis, and output of spatial and tabular data sets for the analysis of natural resource, planning, engineering, and other department projects; works with professionals in a variety of disciplines within the division to coordinate and develop strategies to incorporate GIS in project development; coordinates with engineers to develop GIS data for use in hydraulic and hydrologic modeling; researches, analyzes, and resolves GIS related problems.
2.Analyzes project needs for spatial data by reviewing existing county data, recommending data needs, accessing available digital data from outside sources, and determines analyses needed to fulfill project requirements; analyzes GIS data requirements by reviewing existing manually maintained data and available digital data and determines digital data design, assembly, conversion, compilation, and maintenance procedures required to successfully implement and fulfill long?term application requirements.
3.Designs and develops GIS and related automated routines and complex custom programs; writes, tests, debugs, and implements software routines and programs to fulfill geospatial application requirements; tests procedures and programs to assure that desired results are achieved and makes necessary changes to correct deficiencies; creates documentation format and QA/QC procedures; troubleshoots data collection techniques, hardware, and software.
4.Trains scientists, engineers, planners and other professional, technical, and support staff in use, development, and management of geospatial data sets and software using a variety of methods including Global Positioning Systems for the collection of natural resource, infrastructure, and other data for scientific, engineering, and planning applications.
5.Assumes lead role to coordinate and direct collection of field data by professional and technical field personnel; develops data standards and methodology for professional and technical field personnel to follow in completion of data collection; ensures that completed work complies with data standards.
6.Prepares and presents oral, written, and multimedia presentations which describe GIS and related application procedures, data requirements, software functions, and work that will performed or that has been completed at division staff meetings and local and national professional conferences.
7.Coordinates with consulting firms. on data requirements and project specifications; receives, reviews, and processes data; determines project spatial data needs.
8.Provides technical support and may act as GIS liaison and technical resource between department and county staff, community members, consultants, and outside agencies; reviews data and project specifications; provides information regarding spatial aspects of division projects.
9.May serve as staff representative on various technical advisory committees, commissions, and interest groups; may arrange for, set up and/or participate in public meetings, hearings, and council sessions.
10.Operates NT workstations, tape drives, digitizers, plotters, printers, Global Positioning System equipment, scanners, and digital cameras as required for GIS development and implementation.
11. Manages water resource GIS data and maintains data in accordance with quality assurance and quality control standards; ensures compliance with department data standards and procedures; develops and implements QA/QC procedures.
12.Prepares written reports, digital metadata to describe application procedures, data requirements, software functions, and the work that will be performed or that has been completed; reviews technical reports as related to assignments.
13.Produces cartographic products utilizing a variety of software and programming languages for use by scientists, engineers, planners, and other professionals for field use, public presentation, and analysis.
14.Performs related duties as required.

Minimum 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.

Additional Information

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

A valid Washington State Driver's license is required for employment.

KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES



Knowledge of:
advanced GIS applications in natural resources, planning, and engineering fields;
general scientific principles in ecology, hydrology, and water resources;
Global Positioning Systems (GPS) and survey applications, operations, and software;
advanced GIS concepts, geoprocessing functions and techniques, and geospatial database management procedures;
structured programming and systems analysis techniques;
scientific research and data collection techniques;
current literature, trends, and developments in scientific and GIS related applications;
existing department and county standards, and hardware and software used to accomplish assigned duties;
computerized mapping hardware capabilities and operations.



Ability to:


apply knowledge of engineering, natural resources, planning, and related fields in conjunction with technical GIS skills to analyze data and solve geospatial problems;
communicate effectively, both verbally and writing, with professionals from GIS, engineering, planning, and natural resource fields;
gather, evaluate, analyze, and document a variety of technical data;
synthesize data and research as basis for recommendations in project development;
critically analyze and evaluate operations and take effective action to correct deficiencies and resolve problems;
identify a particular need, determine appropriate method for resolution, and implement solution;
independently and creatively solve problems, make independent decisions, organize work load; coordinate with staff under deadlines; assume responsibility for meeting deadlines;
operate and use GIS hardware, software and related peripheral equipment;
read, understand and apply technical manuals and procedures;
maintain required records and prepare necessary reports;
establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients vendors, associates, superiors, peers and the general public;
effectively function as a team member.

SUPERVISION
The work requires considerable use of experience, initiative, independent judgement, and discretion in developing and achieving work unit goals and objectives. Work is reviewed through periodic meetings, status reports, and review of documentation and results obtained by the employee.



WORKING CONDITIONS

The work is performed in the usual office environment with occasional field trips to locations throughout the county for the purpose of data collection, quality control, and to develop a better understanding of projects. Employees are on-call during off duty hours and may be required to work evenings, weekends and holidays as necessary.
Comments:
How To Apply: http://www.snohomishcountywa.gov/1183/Career-Information
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 10/10/2016

Position Title: Engineering Specialist 2
Employer: South Florida Water Mgmt. Dist.
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: West Palm Beach, FL
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $42,598 - $50,648
Benefits:
Job Description: This position is responsible for permitting and post-permit compliance activities in the Everglades Agricultural Area (EAA) and C-139 basins, including field visits to verify implementation of permit conditions, auditing permittees field sampling procedures, reviewing quality assurance of data submittals, analyzing water quality data, writing and reviewing technical documents, and communicating one-on-one with regulated entities. Other tasks include, but are not limited to, developing and optimizing water quality monitoring networks, maintaining water quality databases, QA/QC of hydrologic/water quality data, and reviewing flow calibration methods.
Qualifications: Required skills include ability to actively manage workload, independently schedule and track on-going assignments with moderate supervision, manage projects, effectively author and edit technical reports, maintain positive internal and external stakeholder relationships, understand customer needs and expectations, and communicate orally and in writing. Preferred skills are knowledge in design of water quality monitoring networks, ability to solve problems related to water quality monitoring, knowledge of other water-related environmental systems and associated ecological impacts, and knowledge of and practical experience with best management practices.

Education/Experience Guide:
This position requires a Bachelors Degree in Engineering (prefer civil, environmental, coastal or agricultural) or related field with emphasis on hydrology or water resources with a minimum of one (1) year of qualifying technical experience. Knowledge of South Florida watersheds, non-point source control programs, SFWMD rules and policies is preferred.

License:
Incumbent continues the process for attaining State of Florida Professional Engineer license by receipt of Engineer-in-Training (EIT) designation and continuing to accumulate acceptable experience for work time licensure requirements.

Valid State of Florida driver's license.
Comments:
How To Apply: http://www.sfwmd.gov/portal/page/portal/xweb%20about%20us/careers1
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/26/2016

Position Title: Assistant Project Manager
Employer: Stantec
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Naples, FL
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: Our Water sector, which brings together many of the worlds top engineers and scientists, sees water a bit differentlyas a single holistic system rather than as unconnected networks divided by jurisdictional boundaries. We use this perspective to help communities tap into waters potential. Throughout the life cycle of capture, use, reuse, and discharge, our team optimizes every facet of a water system. Whether a project calls for planners, designers, construction managers, or facility operators, we have the right experts to provide creative, yet practical, water solutions. Through our cost-effective strategies, were helping communities increase their water efficiency and protect their water resources for future generations. Join our team as we create new ways to tap into waters vast potential.

* Assist Project Manager in administration of fast-paced, multi-discipline project delivery.
* Schedule Management
* Day to day project tracking and communication with the client and project team.
* Provide direction to the project team on schedule priorities.
* Develop, Track, Update, Forecast and modify the project schedule throughout all phases of the project.
* Review and track key project deliverables.
* Support the preparation of weekly reports to client.
* Assist in QA/QC reviews.
* Oversee weekly production to meet specific project deadlines.
* Maintain positive client relationships.
* Create and oversee technical document production and provide review of technical documents that support required submissions.
* Support and ensure implementation of Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Policies, Procedures, Standards and Guidelines in the execution of all work and coordinate with HSE professionals during the execution of all phases of project planning and implementation.
* Participate in team and independent based work.
* Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications: * High school diploma required. Associates or Bachelors degree preferred.
* Minimum of 10 years experience in project delivery.
* Project and task management experience with strong attention to detail.
* Demonstrated team player with the ability to work independently and take initiative
* Excellent technical writing, organizational, and communications skills.
* Excellent computer skills, including MS Word and Excel.
* Ability to work independently and with a team.
Comments: Stantec appreciates the interest from the staffing industry, however, unsolicited resumes submitted to Stantec or any Stantec employee without a current and valid staffing agency contract in place with Stantec will not be eligible for any search fees. At this time, Stantec is not welcoming any additional inquiries for agency partnerships.

Stantec is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status. Stantec will provide reasonable accommodation to all applicants and employees. Please contact our Helpline at (855) 917-7440 or email access@stantec.com if you need an accommodation to complete the application process.
How To Apply: www.stantec.com
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/26/2016

Position Title: Permit & Regulatory Compliance Officer
Employer: Pima County, AZ
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Tucson, AZ
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $60,320.00 yearly
Benefits:
Job Description: Plans, reviews and prepares permit application documents. Negotiates permit conditions for regulatory compliance and ensures department compliance with permits, procedures and mandated regulations by overseeing the collection, analysis and reporting of permit required information.
Qualifications: (1) A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in natural resource management, civil or sanitary engineering, management, biological science, chemistry, environmental technology, environmental science or environmental engineering, or a closely related field as defined by the appointing authority and four years of experience in preparation and negotiation of permit applications in support of departmental operations plus one year of supervisory experience (which may be concurrent with general experience).
OR:
(2) Two years of experience with Pima County as a Permit and Regulatory Compliance Coordinator, Environmental Planning Manager, or Civil Engineer, plus one year of supervisory experience (which may be concurrent with general experience).
OR:
(3) Three years of experience with Pima County as an Environmental Analyst, plus one year of supervisory experience (which may be concurrent with general experience).

Preferred Qualifications:

1. Bachelors degree or higher in engineering, chemistry, environmental science or related field.

2. Minimum of four (4) years supervisory experience.

3. Recent experience of five (5) years or more working with code enforcement and compliance including notices of violation, hearings and negotiated settlements.

4. Current experience / knowledge of industrial pretreatment programs including FOG management.

5. Experience /workingknowledge of industrial discharge permitting, discharge calculations, fee assessments and pollution prevention public outreach.

6. Work experience conducting site specific inspections including investigations of point source monitoring and surveillance.
Comments: Apply online at www.governmentjobs.com/careers/pima



For additional information please visit www.pima.gov/hr

How To Apply: http://www.azwater.org/networking/apply_now.aspx?view=2&id=387162
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/30/2016

Position Title: Civil Engineer III - Hydraulic Modeler
Employer: City of Phoenix, AZ
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Phoenix, AZ
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $66,518.00 yearly
Benefits:
Job Description: The City of Phoenix is currently seeking a Civil Engineer III to support the Water Resources and Development Planning Division within the Water Services Department. The successful candidate will work on either or both of the Citys Hydraulic Water and Wastewater Models. These models are used to develop the Citys Water/Sewer Master Plans, review operational scenarios, review private development inquiries for water and sewer service, and to provide implementation strategies of CIP projects. In addition, the model is used to determine operational/energy efficiencies, water quality predictions, and for determining project shutdown priorities. The successful candidates duties will include setting up, calibrating, maintaining, and operating the hydraulic models. The work will include obtaining and analyzing field data used in calibration of the model, troubleshooting the model to ensure accurate and consistent results, and writing reports to document and describe modeling results. Other non-modeling duties may include serving as project manager for assigned projects and coordination of land acquisition for new facilities.
Qualifications: JOB REQUIREMENTS
* Four years of experience in the practice of civil engineering or architecture, including one year of experience supervising professional and technical staff, and a bachelor's degree in civil engineering or a related engineering degree.
* A bachelors degree in civil engineering or related engineering degree.
* Must be registered in the State of Arizona as a Professional Engineer with proficiency in civil engineering by the end of the 12 month probationary period.
* Strong quantitative and analytical skills and ability to use spreadsheets and databases.

Must produce written documents with clearly organized thoughts using proper English sentence construction, punctuation, and grammar.

Must communicate orally with other City employees, contractors, governmental groups or the public in face-to-face one-on-one settings, or using a telephone.

* This position requires the use of personal or City vehicles on City business. Individuals must be physically capable of operating the vehicles safely, possess an appropriate valid Arizona driver's license, possess personal insurance coverage, and have an acceptable driving record.
* An equivalent combination of relevant experience and education will be considered.
* Only the highest qualified will be posted to the eligible to hire list.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
A well-qualified candidate will possess the job requirements listed above, plus:
* Four years of experience performing water demand and wastewater generation analysis, hydraulic modeling, project management and infrastructure planning.
* Experience using Bentley or similar hydraulic modeling software, with GIS and/or statistical programs.
* A masters degree in hydraulic engineering or similar technical advanced degree.
* Strong writing, communication, presentation, and project management skills.
* Manages time and prioritizes tasks to ensure that project deadlines and needs are being met timely and effectively.
* Works closely with team members to gain understanding of the Citys Water and Wastewater Hydraulic Systems as well as City/Department procedures, polices, and guidelines.
Comments: Apply online www.phoenix.gov. Only online applications accepted.
How To Apply: http://www.azwater.org/networking/apply_now.aspx?view=2&id=387695
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/26/2016

Position Title: Civil Engineer
Employer: Pima County, AZ
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Tucson, AZ
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $57,782.40 - $77,708.80 Annually
Benefits:
Job Description: (Work assignments may vary depending on the department's needs and will be communicated to the applicant or incumbent by the supervisor.)

* Supervises a team of engineering assistants, technicians and aides in the investigation, design and preparation or review of plans, estimates and reports involved in the construction and maintenance of roads, streets, storm drains, sewers and sewerage systems, structures and miscellaneous projects;
* Initiates and directs preliminary designs, studies and cost estimates and prepares reports of assigned future and proposed projects;
* Maintains work schedules for assigned team personnel;
* Determines need for basic data, such as field surveys, location of utilities and soil tests and requests information through appropriate channels;
* Coordinates design and other features of work with other public agencies;
* Reviews work completed by staff for conformance with original job instructions and accepted engineering practices
* Reviews or checks designs, drawings and profiles for adequacy, soundness of engineering features and practicality;
* Checks and reviews final plans and specifications including contract projects for submission to supervisor;
* Performs complex research, investigative and design work;
* Resolves complex engineering problems;
* Directs the activities of project engineers on assigned projects;
* Recommends methods of resolving unusual and complex problems and improving materials and practices;
* Directs engineering planning studies;
* Interprets engineering and administrative directives, policies and standards.
Qualifications: Current registration or license in any state as a Professional Engineer (PE) or Registered Professional Engineer (RPE). Registration in the State of Arizona as a Professional Engineer is required within one year from date of appointment.

Preferred Qualifications:
1. Experience applying engineering principles to water or wastewater design, construction or planning projects.
2. Experience working with modeling software with preference for sewer systems.
3. Experience designing, specifying or analyzing pumps, flow meters or other process equipment.
4. Experience with AutoCAD or other civil engineering design software.
5. Experience designing wastewater reclamation facilities.
Comments: Closing date: Fri. 10/07/16 11:59 PM Arizona Time



Apply online at www.governmentjobs.com/careers/pima



For additional information please visit our website at www.pima.gov/hr



Pima County provides equal access & equal opportunity in employment & services & does not discriminate.
How To Apply: http://www.azwater.org/networking/apply_now.aspx?view=2&id=390188
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/7/2016

Position Title: Water Resources Technician I
Employer: California Div. of Integrated Reg'l Water Mgmt.
Address:
Contact Person: Abi Aderonmu
Phone Number: 818-549-2327 abiodun.aderonmu@water.ca.gov
Job Location: Southern Region Office
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: Under general supervision of the Senior Engineer, the incumbent will perform water meter tests, measure groundwater levels in wells, and process well completion reports. This position requires the incumbent to maintain regular, consistent, and predictable attendance; work professionally and cooperatively with others; exercise good judgment and good safety practices; and record measurements and observations neatly and accurately. Incumbent may be required to work irregular hours including weekends and holidays during emergencies.
Qualifications: We are seeking candidates experienced in the use of computers and common software applications, in the use of maps and aerial photographs, and in the safe and proper use of common hand tools. Candidates should have the ability to work both independently and as a team member. Candidates should have good oral and written communication skills, the ability to work with the public, and a basic understanding of flow meters and water wells.
Comments: To be considered for this position, submit the following document(s) and include the SAP Position Number, Job Control Number, and your method of eligibility in the Explanation Section of your application:

State Employment Application (STD 678)
Resume

SAP Position Number: 50003319
Job Control Number: 35414
Posting Date: 09/26/2016
Final Filing Date: 10/10/2016

Address for Mailing Application Packages:
Certification Desk
P.O. Box 942836
Sacramento, CA 94236-0001

Address for Drop-Off Application Packages:
1416 Ninth Street, Room 320
Sacramento, CA 95814
Hours: 8:00 AM 4:30 PM
Monday through Friday (except holidays)
How To Apply: http://water.ca.gov/hro/dwr_job_vacancies.cfm
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/10/2016

Position Title: Water Resources Engineering Associate (Specialist)
Employer: California Div. of Operations & Maintenance
Address:
Contact Person: Heather Bartos
Phone Number: 530-534-2406 heather.bartos@water.ca.gov
Job Location: Oroville, CA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: Acts as Leadperson: plans, schedules, and coordinates the work of the Water Operations Section which includes; inspection of water turnout and conveyance features, performing flood control, control of river releases, flow control to irrigation districts, coordination of work activities with Planner Schedulers and other Hydroelectric Plant sections performing testing of gate operations and water measurement for establishing, revising, or confirming discharge relationships for powerplants, spillways, weirs, flow tubes, gates, and turnouts.
Qualifications: We are seeking incumbents that possess have excellent communication skills and computer proficiency. Candidates must have a safety first attitude and be detail oriented.

Special Requirements: This is a sensitive position and is subject to substance abuse testing set forth in California Department of Human Resources (Cal-HR) Regulations 599.960-599.966.
Comments: To be considered for this position, submit the following document(s) and include the SAP Position Number, Job Control Number, and your method of eligibility in the Explanation Section of your application:

State Employment Application (STD 678)
Resume

SAP Position Number: 50001871
Job Control Number: JC-35667
Posting Date: 09/26/2016
Final Filing Date: 10/10/2016

Address for Mailing Application Packages:
Certification Desk
P.O. Box 942836
Sacramento, CA 94236-0001

Address for Drop-Off Application Packages:
1416 Ninth Street, Room 320
Sacramento, CA 95814
Hours: 8:00 AM 4:30 PM
Monday through Friday (except holidays)
How To Apply: http://water.ca.gov/hro/dwr_job_vacancies.cfm
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/10/2016

Position Title: Senior Engineer, Water Resources - 3 Positions
Employer: California Div. of Integrated Reg'l Water Mgmt.
Address:
Contact Person: Trevor Joseph
Phone Number: 916-651-9218 trevor.joseph@water.ca.gov
Job Location: Sacramento, CA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $8,810 - $11,026
Benefits: located right next to Light Rail for an easy commute well even reimburse you for a portion of your monthly public transit pass!
Job Description: Under the general direction of the Supervising Engineer, Water Resources, the Senior Engineer, Water Resources will perform, plan, organize, and direct complex water resource engineering work including investigations and engineering studies to support Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) implementation and to provide assistance to local and regional agencies who are implementing sustainable groundwater management.
Qualifications: We are seeking an individual with strong leadership skills and the ability to effectively utilize employee skills and maintain a good working environment. Strong analytical, technical and project management skills are required along with effective verbal and written communication skills. Qualifications should be consistent with the duty requirements to resolve complex water resource engineering or policy-level water resource issues to investigate, analyze, and review surface water supplies and groundwater basin budgets; to evaluate groundwater sustainability plans (GSPs) and alternative GSPs; and, to assist or oversee Bulletin 118, basin priority, and basin boundary updates, or other Sustainable Groundwater Management Program (SGMP) actions. Must be able to maintain communications with DWR management to provide technical engineering review and advice on all SGMP-related water resource activities; to communicate effectively in public and respond to detailed and complex questions; to work independently and cooperatively with others to plan and supervise work activities, exercise sound professional judgment; maintain regular, consistent, and predictable attendance; analyze situations accurately and take effective action.

Special Requirements: Travel is required. Must possess a valid California Drivers License with a good driving record. Possession of a valid certificate of registration as a civil engineer issued by the California State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers is required.
Comments: To be considered for this position, submit the following document(s) and include the SAP Position Number, Job Control Number, and your method of eligibility in the Explanation Section of your application:

State Employment Application (STD 678)
Resume
Cover Letter
Statement of Qualifications (Statement of Qualifications is a 2 pages maximum typed document explaining how the applicant's knowledge, skills, and experience qualify him/her for the position.)

SAP Position Number: 50081355, 50081358, and 50080956
Job Control Number: JC-34549
Posting Date: 09/19/2016
Final Filing Date: 10/03/2016

Address for Mailing Application Packages:
Certification Desk
P.O. Box 942836
Sacramento, CA 94236-0001

Address for Drop-Off Application Packages:
1416 Ninth Street, Room 320
Sacramento, CA 95814
Hours: 8:00 AM 4:30 PM
Monday through Friday (except holidays)
How To Apply: http://water.ca.gov/hro/dwr_job_vacancies.cfm
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/3/2016

Position Title: Program Manager II
Employer: California Bay-Delta Authority
Address:
Contact Person: Cynthia Mulvany
Phone Number: 916-653-2952
Job Location: Sacramento, CA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $10,561 - $11,991
Benefits: ocated right next to Light Rail for an easy commute well even reimburse you for a portion of your monthly public transit pass!
Job Description: This position serves as a program manager for implementing mitigation associated with Bay Delta Conservation Plan (BDCP)/California WaterFix (CWF) Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact Statement (EIR/EIS) and as contract manager for the BDCP/CWF EIR/EIS. The incumbent will serve as project manager and direct staff and consultants on work products necessary for compliance with CEQA/NEPA, CESA/ESA, CWA, water rights and other environmental regulations. Incumbent will represent the Department at various State and federal meetings and events and regularly brief DWR Deputies, the Director, and Governors Office staff on project status.
Qualifications: 1. Seeking candidates who are familiar with California WaterFix and the California Environmental Quality Act, National Environmental Policy Act compliance efforts; 2. Candidates must demonstrate long term strategic planning regarding water supply and the delta ecosystem restoration needs; 3. Must demonstrate evidence of excellent leadership, decision making skills, and knowledge of water policy and environmental issues; 4. Ability to negotiate, lead, represent and participate in multi-agency State and federal meetings; 5. Must have knowledge and/or experience of State Water Board (SWB) water right processes.

Special Requirements: This position is covered in the Political Reform Act and requires financial disclosure within 30 days of the first and last day physically worked in a covered position and annually by April 1st. Must possess a valid California drivers license to attend meetings.
Comments: To be considered for this position, submit the following document(s) and include the SAP Position Number, Job Control Number, and your method of eligibility in the Explanation Section of your application:

State Employment Application (STD 678)
Resume
Cover Letter
Statement of Qualifications (Statement of Qualifications is a 2 pages maximum typed document explaining how the applicant's knowledge, skills, and experience qualify him/her for the position.)

SAP Position Number: 50004475
Job Control Number: JC-34445
Posting Date: 09/26/2016
Final Filing Date: 10/10/2016

Address for Mailing Application Packages:
Certification Desk
P.O. Box 942836
Sacramento, CA 94236-0001

Address for Drop-Off Application Packages:
1416 Ninth Street, Room 320
Sacramento, CA 95814
Hours: 8:00 AM 4:30 PM
Monday through Friday (except holidays)
How To Apply: http://water.ca.gov/hro/dwr_job_vacancies.cfm
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/10/2016

Position Title: Principal Engineer, Water Resources
Employer: Central Valley Flood Protection Board
Address:
Contact Person: Amber Woertink
Phone Number: (916) 574-0675 Amber.Woertink@water.ca.gov
Job Location: Sacramento, CA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: The Board is currently recruiting for a collaborative and results-oriented civil engineer with significant management and project delivery skills to join our dedicated group of public service professionals. This is an outstanding opportunity to join a devoted team of engineers, environmental scientists, attorneys and support staff to further the mission of reducing the risk of catastrophic flooding to people and property within the California Central Valley. The Chief Engineer will be an integral part of the CVFPBs executive management team, serving as the primary liaison between the Executive Officer (EO) and staff, and representing the CVFPB at high level meetings, reporting back to the EO and Board members. The Chief Engineer will participate in planning, directing, coordinating and controlling the work of the Operations, Plan Implementation and Compliance, and Environmental Services branches of the CVFPB, and will coordinate with the Chief of Administration to ensure adequate support services are allocated for each branch. The Chief Engineer should have demonstrated an ability to manage and motivate diverse staff across disciplines and to meet deadlines, as well as have experience in project management and regulatory review, including all aspects of large project delivery. The Chief Engineer should be able to exercise sound judgment in the administration of the CVFPB, and possess skills in strategic planning, sensitivity to political and fiscal concerns, and have a thorough understanding of civil engineering practices. More information about the CVFPB organization and mission may be viewed at http://cvfpb.ca.gov
Qualifications: The ideal candidate will be familiar with the following: Principles of effective; strengths-based employee management; delivering presentations to a Board during noticed public meetings; regulatory permitting and enforcement; working with local public agencies; working with federal agencies; collaborating with State agencies; working with individual landowners and the development community; civil engineering design experience; project construction management; right-of-way acquisition; environmental documentation, including CEQA/NEPA; and formulating and implementing standard procedures and practices. Experience presenting findings to a Board in a public setting is desirable. A desirable candidate should have eight or more years of progressively responsible experience performing professional engineering work in one or more of the following: flood control, environmental mitigation, habitat restoration, water management, public works, public facilities or utilities, or resource management. At least five years of progressively responsible supervisory experience is recommended. A Bachelors Degree with major coursework in civil engineering is required, and a Masters degree is desirable. A valid California Drivers License is required.

Special Requirements: This position is covered in the Political Reform Act and requires financial disclosure within 30 days of the first and last day physically worked in a covered position and annually by April 1st.
Comments: To be considered for this position, submit the following document(s) and include the SAP Position Number, Job Control Number, and your method of eligibility in the Explanation Section of your application:

State Employment Application (STD 678)
Resume
Statement of Qualifications (Statement of Qualifications is a 2 pages maximum typed document explaining how the applicant's knowledge, skills, and experience qualify him/her for the position.)

SAP Position Number: 50000210
Job Control Number: JC-17406
Posting Date: 05/16/2016
Final Filing Date: Until Filled

Address for Mailing Application Packages:
Certification Desk
P.O. Box 942836
Sacramento, CA 94236-0001

Address for Drop-Off Application Packages:
1416 Ninth Street, Room 320
Sacramento, CA 95814
Hours: 8:00 AM 4:30 PM
Monday through Friday (except holidays)
How To Apply: http://water.ca.gov/hro/dwr_job_vacancies.cfm
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/26/2016

Position Title: Engineer Water Resources
Employer: California Dept. of Water Resources
Address:
Contact Person: Hongbin Yin
Phone Number: 916-653-7455
Job Location: Sacramento, CA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $4,998 - $9,361
Benefits:
Job Description: Maintains, evaluates, and develops the hydrologic inputs for CalSim 3.0 model; performs analyses and Quality Assurance/Quality Control, and presents model outputs in conjunction with the hydrologic inputs; and prepares written technical reports and/or memorandums to document work conducted.
Qualifications: Desirable Qualifications: Strong background in physical and statistical hydrology, GIS and computer programming skills are required. Knowledge of California Central Valley water system is desirable.

Special Requirements: The incumbent must show an aptitude for maintaining, evaluating, and developing hydrologic inputs including both water supplies and water demands to CalSim 3.0 model. The incumbent is also required to work cooperatively with others; maintain regular, consistent, and predictable attendance; and exercise good judgment.
Comments: To be considered for this position, submit the following document(s) and include the SAP Position Number, Job Control Number, and your method of eligibility in the Explanation Section of your application:

State Employment Application (STD 678)
Statement of Qualifications (Statement of Qualifications is a 2 pages maximum typed document explaining how the applicant's knowledge, skills, and experience qualify him/her for the position.)

SAP Position Number: 50040680
Job Control Number: 34693
Posting Date: 09/19/2016
Final Filing Date: 10/03/2016

Address for Mailing Application Packages:
Certification Desk
P.O. Box 942836
Sacramento, CA 94236-0001

Address for Drop-Off Application Packages:
1416 Ninth Street, Room 320
Sacramento, CA 95814
Hours: 8:00 AM 4:30 PM
Monday through Friday (except holidays)
How To Apply: http://water.ca.gov/hro/dwr_job_vacancies.cfm
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/3/2016

Position Title: Sand and Gravel NPDES Permit Manager (Hydrogeologist 2) (In-Training)
Employer: Washington State Dept. of Ecology
Address:
Contact Person: Steve Eberl
Phone Number: steve.eberl@ecy.wa.gov
Job Location: Lacey, WA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $51,756 - $67,884
Benefits:
Job Description: The Sand & Gravel NPDES Permit Manager performs work under the technical direction of an Environmental Engineer 5. This position has the responsibility for comprehensive permit management of sand and gravel discharge permits in assigned watersheds and / or counties of the Southwest Region. Duties include conducting technical groundwater impact evaluations for the assigned geographic area (Pierce, Thurston, Grays Harbor, Mason, and Lewis Counties), and as a facility manager, administering state and federal water pollution laws, regulations, and permit programs for all assigned industrial facilities. Over 150 permits are currently administered.

As an agency, our mission is to protect, preserve and enhance Washington's 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 you've seen some of our recent stories on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or our blog.
Qualifications: We are looking for applicants who are self-motivated, detail oriented, possess strong time management skills, and are able to understand, translate and communicate technical information to a diverse audience.
Comments: In order to be considered, applicants MUST attach the following documents as an attachment to their application:

A cover letter describing how your experience, skills and abilities meet the required/desired qualifications of this position.
A resume outlining your professional experience.


Please complete the applicant profile when applying for this position. Or, you may paste the text of your resume within the profile's resume text field.

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 a 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 at (360) 407-6186.

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."


Other Information:

If you need assistance applying for this job, please call Human Resources at (360) 407-6186 or e-mail careers@ecy.wa.gov. Please do not call this number or 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.

If you have specific questions about the position, please email Steve Eberl at: steve.eberl@ecy.wa.gov. Please do not contact Steve Eberl to inquire about the status of your application.

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: www.ecy.wa.gov
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/26/2016

Position Title: Municipal Stormwater Engineer (Environmental Engineer 3)
Employer: Washington State Dept. of Ecology
Address:
Contact Person: Greg Stegman
Phone Number: greg.stegman@ecy.wa.gov
Job Location: Bellevue, WA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $64,620 - $84,816
Benefits:
Job Description: The Municipal Stormwater Engineer position is responsible for performing professional environmental engineering duties in support of Phase I and Phase II municipal stormwater permit compliance assurance and stormwater facility grant and loan projects. Duties include compliance assurance activities for Phase I and Phase II permitted municipalities and other regulated public entities within Snohomish County, participation as a member of the Water Quality Program's state-wide municipal stormwater permitting team, conducting independent and/or final review of stormwater facility engineering reports, design documents, and/or stormwater site plans to ensure compliance with applicable permit or grant requirements and/or design criteria, and developing and managing stormwater grant and loan agreements.

We are looking for applicants who have strong communication skills, great people skills, the ability to work under pressure and meet strict deadlines, and who have the ability understand and explain technical concepts to a diverse audience.

As an agency, our mission is to protect, preserve and enhance Washington's 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 you've seen some of our recent stories on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or our blog.

Responsibilities:
* As a registered Professional Engineer, serves as an environmental engineering expert for stormwater treatment in the region, including stormwater pollution control, treatment methods, guidance manuals, technological innovation, and stormwater permits.
* Reviews and evaluates engineering reports related to stormwater general permits.
* Accepts proposals for treatment systems required under the general permit in coordination with general permit management staff.
* Provides engineering evaluations to assist municipal permit managers in the Northwest Region.
* Provides technical assistance in the development of municipal stormwater management programs and evaluating stormwater treatment devices.
* Researches engineering technologies for stormwater treatment facilities, including innovative and emerging technologies.
* Provides engineering assistance to local governments, state agencies, and the public on stormwater management and compliance with the Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington.
* Contributes to updates of the agency's Stormwater Management Manuals.
* Represents NWRO Water Quality program on stormwater related cross-programmatic and external stakeholder issues.
* Provides engineering review for grants and loan projects for stormwater infrastructure funded through Ecology.
* Serves as the grant and loan administrator for assigned stormwater facilities, including participating in evaluating and ranking project applications; negotiating scope of work and developing grant and loan contracts; making eligibility determinations; and reviewing engineering documents, change orders, plans and specifications, SEPA and SERP documentation, conducting field inspections, performing final evaluations and assisting with grant and loan closeout.
* Assists the compliance specialist on enforcement actions.
* Reviews and comments on enforcement documents prepared by the compliance specialist.
* Represents the agency in negotiations to achieve compliance.
* Testifies as an expert witness in legal proceedings before the Pollution Control Hearings Board and courts of the State when necessary.
* Conducts both scheduled and unscheduled inspections of permitted facilities.
* Writes inspection reports to document findings of inspections.
* Serves a critical role on the Water Quality Program's municipal separate stormwater sewer system (MS4) permit team, which assists municipalities in developing stormwater programs beneficial to water quality in accordance with Water Quality Program's mission to "Protect and Restore Washington's Waters."
* Performs compliance reviews of municipal stormwater management programs and provides technical assistance to permittees by interpreting and conveying municipal stormwater requirements.
* Represents NWRO as the phase I/II permit manager for Snohomish County and assists with state wide permit interpretation and implementation, including equivalency reviews of phase I permittee stormwater management manuals and related codes.
* Works with local governments to independently resolve issues relating to municipal management of stormwater systems.
* Prepares workshops, letters, meeting presentations, and other methods to provide information to educate municipalities in their stormwater permit requirements.
* Assists in public education and outreach efforts to familiarize communities with Ecology stormwater requirements.
* Assists in collection and interpretation of water quality data designed to help evaluate stormwater program effectiveness. Using Ecology policies and procedures, prepares enforcement, both formal and informal to address non-compliance issues as needed.
* Works with the stormwater unit in providing technical input with respect to Best Management Practices, or enforcement actions to ensure regulatory compliance and to enhance water quality that relates to MS4 permits.
* Assists in planning new stormwater-related initiatives, provides permit administration, work with local jurisdictions and other Ecology programs, audit municipal stormwater programs, and initiate enforcement actions as needed.
Qualifications: * A Master's degree with a major study in one of the following engineering fields: sanitary water resource, civil, geotechnical, environmental, chemical, mechanical, or related field.

AND

* Registration as a Professional Engineer in the state of Washington or another state based on registration requirements equivalent to those in Washington AND two years of experience in environmental engineering.

OR

* An Engineer-In-Training Certificate or a Bachelor's degree with a major study in one of the following engineering fields: sanitary, civil, geotechnical, water resource, environmental, chemical, mechanical or related field.

AND

* Registration as a Professional Engineer in the state of Washington or another state based on registration requirements equivalent to those in Washington AND three years of experience in environmental engineering.

NOTE: A Ph.D. in one of the above engineering fields will substitute for two years of the environmental engineering experience.

NOTE: Requirements for professional registration as an engineer in the state of Washington are eight years of professional experience (which may include up to four years of college-level engineering education) and successful completion of sixteen hours of professional licensing exams. Applicants qualifying through the licensing equivalency option must achieve professional registration as an engineer in the state of Washington within six months of appointment to this class.

Desired Qualifications:
* Two years of experience in stormwater, water or wastewater treatment plant design and operations, including preparing or reviewing facility plans, and contract documents (plans and specifications) for municipal stormwater, water or wastewater treatment facilities.
* Ability to apply negotiation and conflict resolution skills.
* Ability to communicate complex technical issues to the public.

Special Requirements / Conditions of Employment:
* A current Washington State professional engineering license is required for this position.
* A valid driver's license is required for this position.
Comments: This position will remain open until filled. The initial screening will be August 18, 2016. In order to be considered for the initial screening, please submit an application on or before August 17, 2016. The agency reserves the right to make an appointment any time after the initial screening date.

Please include the following documents as an attachment to your application:

A cover letter describing how your experience, skills and abilities meet the required qualifications of this position.
A resume outlining your professional experience.


Please complete the applicant profile when applying for this position. Or, you may paste the text of your resume within the profile's resume text field.

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 a 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 at (360) 407-6186.

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."



Other Information:

If you need assistance applying for this job, please call Human Resources at (360) 407-6186 or e-mail careers@ecy.wa.gov. Please do not call this number or 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.

If you have specific questions about the position, please email Greg Stegman at: greg.stegman@ecy.wa.gov. Please do not contact Greg Stegman to inquire about the status of your application.

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: www.ecy.wa.gov
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/26/2016

Position Title: Hydrogeologist 3
Employer: Washington State Dept. of Ecology
Address:
Contact Person: Martha Maggi
Phone Number: martha.maggi@ecy.wa.gov
Job Location: Lacey, WA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $57,1440 - $74,964
Benefits:
Job Description: The Hydrogeologist 3 position serves as a project hydrogeologist and is responsible for the independent planning, developing, directing, conducting and/or overseeing hydrogeologic investigations and technical services for groundwater, unsaturated zone and/or surface water investigations.

We are looking for applicants who have the ability to plan, organize and carry out monitoring field studies with an excellent on-time record, possess a strong science background in groundwater hydrogeology, are able to write effective technical documents, and have the ability to convey complex technical information to technical as well as non-technical audiences.

As an agency, our mission is to protect, preserve and enhance Washington's 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 you've seen some of our recent stories on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or our blog.

Duties:
* Conducts groundwater or surface water quality studies and analyzes environmental data
* Develops and manages regional and/or statewide groundwater level monitoring networks
* Communicates hydrogeologic information to diverse audiences

Qualifications: Required Qualifications:

* A Bachelor's degree involving a major study in hydrogeology, hydrology, geology, or closely allied field.

AND

* Three years of professional experience as a hydrogeologist, hydrologist, geologist or closely allied profession or one year as a Hydrogeologist

* A Master's degree with a major study in hydrogeology, hydrology, geology, or closely allied field will substitute for two years of experience.

* A Ph.D. will substitute for three years of experience if major research was in hydrogeology, hydrology, geology, or closely allied field.

Note: This position requires possession of a valid Washington State Geologist license and a Washington State Hydrogeologist specialty license.

Desired Qualifications:
* GIS mapping skills.
* 40 Hour Hazardous Materials operator certification.
* Demonstrated skill in writing clear technical reports.
* Ability to deliver oral presentations on technical subject-matter.

Special Requirements / Conditions of Employment:
* Requires possession of a valid Washington State Geologist license, with a specialty license in Hydrogeology.
* Requires a valid driver license.
Comments: Please include the following documents as an attachment to your application:

A cover letter describing how your experience, skills and abilities meet the required qualifications of this position.
A resume outlining your professional experience.

Please complete the applicant profile when applying for this position. Or, you may paste the text of your resume within the profile's resume text field.

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 a 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 at (360) 407-6186.

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."


Other Information:

If you need assistance applying for this job, please call Human Resources at (360) 407-6186 or e-mail careers@ecy.wa.gov. Please do not call this number or 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.

If you have specific questions about the position, please email Martha Maggi at: martha.maggi@ecy.wa.gov. Please do not contact Martha Maggi to inquire about the status of your application.

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: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/1488616/hydrogeologist-3
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/26/2016

Position Title: Energy and Climate Program Director
Employer: The Coastal Conservation League
Address: Coastal Conservation League
Human Resources
P.O. Box 1765
Charleston, SC 29402
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number: jobs@scccl.org
Job Location: Charleston or Columbia, SC
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: The Coastal Conservation League (League) seeks an Energy and Climate Program Director for its Charleston or Columbia, South Carolina office.

The Conservation League is a non-profit conservation organization that has been working with communities, elected officials, businesses, and citizen groups since 1989 to protect the natural environment and quality of life along the South Carolina coast.

The Energy and Climate Program Director oversees all program and development work related to energy policy and regulation, including issue prioritization, strategic planning, and project work at the local, state, and federal level. The Director works closely with development staff on funding opportunities and manages the Utility Regulatory Specialist.

The Energy and Climate Program Director will build and manage networks with citizens, businesses, and public officials. This work requires:

Overseeing all energy and climate related projects (local, state, and federal; policy and regulatory)

Writing grants, articles, and other publications

Creating communication materials, including social media and web-based content

Managing the Energy and Climate program budget

Overseeing the programs project selection, strategic planning, and grassroots advocacy campaigns

Leading the energy and climate program work, including:

Legislative initiatives o Regulatory initiatives

Renewable energy issues o Energy efficiency issues o Climate change issues

Speaking at board meetings, conferences, legislative and regulatory hearings, and other events

Working with a diverse set of interest groups

Thinking critically and strategically about complex policy and regulatory issues

Organizing public opposition and support at the community and state level

Developing relationships with Conservation League Board members, donors, and members
Qualifications: The ideal candidate must be a team player who enjoys working in a fast-paced, dynamic work environment and managing diverse projects in an intense high-pressure setting. Conservation League projects often require/need addressing after traditional work hours, and the Director must be willing to respond. He/she must demonstrate creative problem-solving skills, excellent written and oral communication skills, and constant attention to detail.

The culture of the organization is one that values hard work, initiative, independence, passion, dedication, and getting the job done. Conservation League employees are opportunistic, hard working, entrepreneurial, tenacious, creative, and results driven. The candidate must be a fast learner.

Required Education and Experience

Undergraduate degree in a relevant field

At least five years of experience working on issues related to energy policy and regulation

At least five years of experience in advocacy or a related field of work



Preferred Education and Experience

Graduate degree in a relevant field

Management experience

The successful candidate must demonstrate passion for environmental advocacy work and enjoy working with and meeting people.

He/She must also have an appreciation for the Lowcountry.

The Energy and Climate Program Director must travel frequently, up to 30% of the time.
Comments: To apply, please email your cover letter and resume to jobs@scccl.org, or via regular mail to Coastal Conservation League, Human Resources, P.O. Box 1765, Charleston, SC 29402. No telephone calls, please. EOE.
How To Apply: www.scccl.org
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/26/2016

Position Title: Program Manager
Employer: Patapsco Heritage Greenway, Inc. (PHG)
Address:
Contact Person: Mary Catherine Cochran
Phone Number: info@patapsco.org
Job Location: Elliott City, MD
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $35,000-$40,000
Benefits:
Job Description: The Patapsco Heritage Greenway, Inc. (PHG) is recruiting for a Program Manager to join our team. This Program Manager oversees our environmental stewardship and environmental education programs and assists with other mission-driven programs and events. Job responsibilities include managing staff, ensuring the success of volunteer-based stewardship programs including watershed cleanups, invasive species removals and tree plantings, and planning other educational activities and events.
Qualifications: Friendly and outgoing candidates should have management and leadership experience, strong organizational and problem-solving skills, budgeting experience and familiarity with grant writing and reporting. We are looking for good communicators familiar with e-news and social media platforms. A candidates knowledge of the culture, history and environment of the Patapsco Valley Heritage Area is a plus.
Comments: To apply, please email your resume, references and cover letter to info@patapsco.org.
How To Apply: www.patapsco.org
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/26/2016

Position Title: Senior Environmental Project Manager
Employer: SWCA Environmental Consultants
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Pasadena, CA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: SWCA Environmental Consultants is seeking a candidate who is looking to develop a long-term consulting career that combines high-level technical expertise with commercial acumen and leadership.



Responsibilities will include business development, project management, developing and implementing scientific studies, leading surveys, natural resource planning, and staff coordination. An important aspect of the work will involve staff mentorship and technical review of reports. It is anticipated that low to moderate travel will be required for the position. This position is a regular, full-time salaried position.

SWCA Environmental Consultants is a growing employee-owned firm, providing a full-spectrum of environmental services. With offices across the United States, SWCA is one of the largest environmental compliance firms and ranks among Engineering News-Record's Top 200 Environmental Firms.
Qualifications: The Senior Project Manager candidate will have expertise in all aspect of permitting, CEQA and NEPA, facility siting and constraints studies, program management for energy and other infrastructure projects. Experience in specialty areas including electric and gas transmission and distribution, renewable energy, water resources, and utilities is highly valued. Skills include the ability to manage large and complex projects and milestones within schedule and budget expectations and primarily be responsible for QA/QC oversight of field data to support report-writing and permitting. The ideal applicant will be experienced in managing multiple components and multidisciplinary staff to complete project permitting requirements.

* Minimum of a Bachelor's degree in biology, ecology, environmental science or a related field required; Master's degree highly desired
* At least eight (8) years of progressively responsible experience in biological surveys and resource management
* Minimum of three (5) years of experience in environmental consulting
* Experience and ability to manage multiple complex projects and programs, in diverse settings and with changing requirements
* Experience of working with scientists, planners, engineers, contractors, and agency specialists
* Ability to promote SWCAs services internally and externally
* Experience of managing ecological subcontractors and ensuring technical excellence
* Experience in writing technical reports
* The ideal candidate will also possess strong wildlife and plant identification skills; familiarity with state and federal Endangered Species Acts, excellent writing skills, and ability to record accurate field notes required
* Ability to take initiative, resolve problems and ensure tasks are completed in the most effective manner
* Flexibility and willingness to learn company procedures, and ability to try new, improved techniques
* Ability to work as member of a team and independently to make decisions and complete tasks in the most effective manner.
* Experience with staff and project team supervisor
* Desire to thrive in a highly collaborative team atmosphere
Comments: If you would like to contact SWCA regarding the accessibility of our website or need assistance completing the online application process due to a disability, please email accommodations@swca.com or call 800-828-8517. This contact information is for disability accommodation requests only. All other inquiries will not receive a response.

EOE - women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply.
How To Apply: https://careers-swca.icims.com/jobs/9809/senior-environmental-project-manager/login?jtsrc=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.environmentaljobs.com&jtsrcid=11142&iisn=EnvironmentalJobs.com&iis=JobTarget&_jtochash=Dw18BPIMqrrqsmOQfjn1Y&jtrfr=http%3A%2F%2Fenvironmentaljobs.co
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/26/2016

Position Title: East Walker Stewardship Coordinator
Employer: Walker Basin Conservancy
Address:
Contact Person: Sarah Rowe
Phone Number: info@walkerbasin.org, 775-463-9887
Job Location: Yerington, NV
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: Starting salary $43,000 plus housing at the Rafter 7 Ranch.
Benefits: health, dental and vision care plan and generous paid leave and retirement plans
Job Description: The primary role of the East Walker Land Stewardship Coordinator (East Walker Coordinator) is to provide the project oversight, technical expertise, and knowledge that will result in the successful transition of retired farmlands to self-sustaining vegetation communities that are able to thrive in the absence of supplemental irrigation. Project planning, researching ecological restoration topics, GIS mapping, technical writing, leadership, and the ability to address time-sensitive project issues are key skills for this position. The East Walker Coordinator will be responsible for managing and implementing stewardship projects, and is expected to spend a significant amount of time in the field.

The East Walker Coordinator is expected to provide leadership and oversight for project implementation, interact with project partners, and to supervise contractors and staff to ensure stewardship projects are effectively implemented and managed. The East Walker Coordinator, in conjunction with the Land Stewardship Program Manager, will be responsible for hiring, management, and performance review of the Conservation Technician(s) and Seasonal Technician(s). The East Walker Coordinator is expected to communicate and work closely with the Mason/Smith Land Stewardship Coordinator and staff to ensure the success of all program projects.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Stewardship Planning

In cooperation with the Land Stewardship Program Manager, develop plans for transitioning retired farmland to vegetative communities that will thrive without supplemental irrigation. Conduct background research, participate in planning meetings, and contribute content to restoration plans.

Evaluate biotic and abiotic conditions on each parcel of land and identify plant species and cultural practices that will meet goals established for each property. Possible goals may be: dust control, weed suppression, creation of wildlife habitat, generation of revenue, or any combination of these factors.

Research potential sources of high quality seed and/or plant material and purchase as needed; develop native seed collection capacity; develop an intimate knowledge of the local flora and regional ecology.

Project Management, Implementation, and Monitoring

Supervise and assist staff during all aspects of Stewardship projects including planting, seeding, weed control, and irrigation to assure that techniques being used are effective; the Stewardship Coordinator is expected to work with the crews in the field to provide direction, oversight, and management.

Keep accurate and detailed records of all planting and seeding activity, herbicide applications, and irrigation activity to gauge the effectiveness of Stewardship projects. Monitor all factors affecting plants and make changes to strategies as necessary.

Weed Control

Implement and manage an effective weed control program and perform appropriate follow-up to determine effectiveness of treatments.

Oversee staff in the identification and mapping of weed infestations, and develop plans to effectively address problem areas.

Ensure legal compliance of WBC weed control program by following State and Federal regulations including detailed record keeping, proper storage and handling of herbicides, and proper employee oversight.

Irrigation

Identify the most appropriate irrigation system for individual Stewardship projects and work with qualified professionals to design an appropriate system.

Determine appropriate irrigation schedules for target plant species and provide effective monitoring to assure systems are working as needed.

Supervise and assist with installation of irrigation systems (either by staff or contractors) to assure functionality.

Personnel Management and Coordination

In cooperation with the Land Stewardship Program Manager, review applications and conduct interviews for Conservation Technicians and Seasonal Technicians.

Coordinate and supervise contractors, consultants, and outside researchers as needed.

Provide leadership, oversight, and training for Conservation Technicians and Seasonal

Technicians to ensure smooth operation of field programs.

Coordinate labor and efforts with the Mason-Smith Land Stewardship Coordinator and other WBC staff to meet project needs.

Represent the WBC when necessary at various meetings with the public, Federal, State and local agencies, etc.

Lead tours as appropriate to showcase accomplishments and work underway.
Qualifications: Successful completion of a 4-year undergraduate degree in ecology, agriculture, range management, horticulture, biology or a similar field from an accredited institution; applicants with advanced degrees are encouraged to apply.

3-5+ years of increasingly complex experience in a natural resources management setting including supervisory and planning experience.

Knowledge of the native, non-native, and invasive plants of Nevada.

Knowledge of horticultural and agricultural planting methods, irrigation systems, equipment, and cultural techniques preferred.

Knowledge of natural resources monitoring and inventory techniques.

Competency in an ArcGIS setting.

The ability to obtain a NV Certified Pesticide Applicators license within 2 months of hire; a willingness to work with chemicals and to oversee chemical applications is mandatory.

Clean driving record and a NV State drivers license, or ability to obtain within 1 month of hire.

The ability to work with a diverse group of project partners and community members in a sensitive setting to accomplish project goals is critical for success.
Comments: Please send cover letter and resume to:

Sarah Rowe
info@walkerbasin.org
Subject Line: East Walker Stewardship Coordinator
Please call (775) 463-9887 with questions.

Position will remain open until filled. Only top candidates will be contacted.

Walker Basin Conservancy is an equal opportunity employer.
How To Apply: www.walkerbasin.org
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/26/2016

Position Title: Executive Director
Employer: Shasta Land Trust (SLT)
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number: executive_director@shastalandtrust.org
Job Location: Redding, CA
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: Under the direction of the Shasta Land Trust (SLT) Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible for providing the leadership for SLT and for the management of all programs, activities, and staff of the organization. This includes all land transactions and land conservation projects; all fundraising efforts including major donor programs, grant writing and grant administration, donor program and supporter campaigns; planning and managing organizational finances and budgets; supervising all staff; maintaining effective and timely reporting and communication with the Board of Directors; administrative and clerical work; and other tasks as assigned by the SLT Board of Directors.

FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY & MISSION IMPACT
1. Oversee and implement all fundraising efforts of SLT in conjunction with staff, committees, and Board of Directors, including major donor campaigns, regular and year-end solicitations, grant acquisition, and any other projects of the Fundraising Plan and Marketing Plan.

2. Oversee the development and implementation of fundraising events including Wildways planning and Wildways events.

3. Secure opportunities to diversify revenue, such as contract monitoring.

4. Develop annual report, dashboard, and financial snapshot.

5. Develop and implement monthly eNews.

6. Oversee and explore opportunities for social media.

7. Explore opportunities for social enterprise.

ORGANIZATIONAL MANAGEMENT
1. Oversee all programs, projects, and activities of the organization.

2. Plan and manage the organizations finances and budgets.

3. Supervise, recruit, and train the SLT staff.

4. Attend all SLT Board meetings, and work with SLT Board Chair and Executive Committee to maintain adequate reporting to the Board of Directors and implement all directions of the Board.

5. Coordinate and participate in SLT committees as assigned by the Board of Directors.

6. Oversee current accreditation requirements and Land Trust Standards & Practices.

7. Oversee all organizational policies and procedures, including record keeping, finances and investments, landowner notification, gift acknowledgement, Forms 8283 and appraisal review, conflict of interest, bylaws, amendments, violations, monitoring and project selection, and conservation easement templates.

8. Oversee and manage all IT-related activities, including networking, trouble-shooting, email and Google Apps administration, GIS, and web design.

CONSERVATION PROGRAM
1. Coordinate the successful completion of a suite of conservation easement projects involving PG&E lands in Shasta County.

2. Research and develop conservation projects to implement the SLT mission statement, in conjunction with Lands Committee and at the direction of the Board of Directors.

3. Oversee and complete land transactions, working effectively with conservation partners, attorney, landowners, and consultants.

4. Identify and pursue funding sources for conservation projects in conjunction with the Lands Committee and at the direction of the Board of Directors.

5. Oversee pipeline of conservation projects.

6. Oversee monitoring and long-term stewardship and defense of conservation lands.

7. Oversee and manage GIS and data, including new and completed conservation projects.

8. Oversee contract monitoring and any contractors or consultants.

COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP
1. Represent SLT and maintain relationships with local, state and national entities.

2. Oversee all engagement events.

3. Develop and maintain relationships with local media to implement SLT marketing efforts.

5. Direct staff and volunteers in the preparation and printing of marketing materials.

6. Deliver or facilitate delivery of public presentations regarding SLT and related topics.
Qualifications: PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Graduate degree in a natural science, business or non-profit management, or a related field plus 2 years of relevant experience preferred.

Or a Bachelors degree in a related field plus 3-5 years of relevant experience (conservation non-profit experience preferred).

2. At least 2 years of experience in managing conservation projects preferred.

3. Experience in community-based fundraising.

4. Non-profit management experience is desirable.

5. Practical knowledge of legal contracts, agreements, and real estate transactions.

6. Knowledge of local, state, and national conservation issues.

7. Understanding of agriculture and ranching issues, economics, and practices.

8. Curiosity for the natural world and commitment to SLT mission and values.

9. Ability to establish and maintain positive relationships with a variety of stakeholders.

10. Ability to work collaboratively with teams, workgroups, and partners.

11. Operation and use of Windows-based computer applications including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, QuickBooks, database programs, and GIS.

12. Excellent spoken and written communication skills, including effective negotiation skills.

13. Ability to work occasional evenings and weekends, per SLT events schedule.

14. Valid drivers license and good driving record are required.
Comments: Please send resumes for both positions to executive_director@shastalandtrust.org. Please direct questions to (530) 241-7886. The application period for Executive Director will close October 14, 2016. Please mention how you learned of this opening.
How To Apply: www.shastalandtrust.org
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/14/2016

Position Title: Environmental Compliance Manager
Employer: ERG
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number: resumes-cha@erg.com
Job Location: Chantilly, VA
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: We are seeking an environmental compliance manager for our office in Chantilly, Virginia. The successful candidate will manage multi-media environmental compliance efforts and work with government stakeholders to ensure new and existing facilities comply with environmental laws and regulations.

Qualifications: Candidates must have a Bachelors or Masters degree in engineering (minimum 3.0 GPA required), have 8 to 12 years of experience in the environmental compliance field, and be able to obtain a Security Clearance. A professional engineer (PE) certification is strongly encouraged. The candidate must possess strong skills in:

Critical thinking and quantitative analysis

Project management

Technical writing

Interpersonal communication



The ideal candidate has experience with:

Environmental Laws and Regulations

DoD Instructions

Stormwater management (particularly MS4 permitting and compliance)

Industrial wastewater discharges (NPDES and pre-treatment)

Hazardous waste management

NEPA

Air permitting and compliance

Petroleum storage tank compliance (both above and underground storage tanks)

Emergency response planning

Plan writing (SWPPP, SPCC Plan, TMP, Virginia ODCP)

Heating and refrigeration plant processes

Ozone-depleting substances program management

Multi-media compliance auditing

The successful candidate must be organized and detail-oriented and will manage numerous projects and a small team of personnel.
Comments: You may submit your resume and all college transcripts via an email to resumes-cha@erg.com and include Attn: ARLJR0524162B11 with the subject line of your email. You may also mail or fax the appropriate documents to the Attention of ARLJR0524162B11. No phone calls please.

Please take a moment and fill out the following Voluntary Self-Identification forms and send them to resumes-cha@erg.com (forms must be downloaded, completed, and saved prior to sending): Disability, Race and Veterans. Eastern Research Group, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and complies with applicable EEO and affirmative action regulations. Completion of this data is completely voluntary and will not affect your opportunity for employment; or terms or conditions of employment if hired.
How To Apply: www.erg.com
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/26/2016

Position Title: Conservation, Planning and Zoning Director
Employer: Sauk Cnty., WI
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Baraboo, WI
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $74,209 - $88,131 (DOQ)
Benefits: health and life insurance, Wisconsin State Retirement, voluntary deferred compensation, sick, vacation and executive leave.
Job Description: The purpose of the Conservation, Planning & Zoning Director is to be responsible for the overall management and administration of the Sauk County Conservation, Planning and Zoning Department.

Prepare annual department budgets (revenue, operations, grant, and capital improvement), and authorize and monitor the activity and expenditures of department budget.

Supervise professional and administrative support personnel; interview and select new personnel; provide instruction, training, and management; plan, coordinate, assign and review work; and evaluate performance.

Supervise the administration of conservation programs and practices, comprehensive zoning, wetland, shore land, and floodplain zoning, exclusive agricultural zoning (farmland preservation), nonmetallic mine reclamation, land division, onsite, waste, nutrient management, and animal waste and manure management; responsible for problem and complaint resolution (with appropriate follow up) relative to the various program areas.

We are seeking a highly motivated individual with a dedication to public service. Nestled in the scenic bluffs and natural beauty of south-central Wisconsin, the Sauk County Conservation, Planning and Zoning Department affords the successful candidate with an excellent career opportunity. Sauk County offers the opportunity to live and work in one of Wisconsins most scenic areas, with thriving industry, agriculture, and tourism year round, all within easy driving distance of major urban areas.

Full job description available at www.co.sauk.wi.us.
Qualifications: Bachelors degree in Planning, Natural Resources, Agriculture, Business Administration, Public Administration or another related field. 6 years professional work experience in program management in a complex organization, three years of which in a supervisory capacity. Demonstrate knowledge of administrative, managerial, and supervisory principles and practices including budgeting, planning, program evaluation and employee supervision. A valid Wisconsin motor vehicle operator's license.
Comments: APPLICATION DEADLINE: October 13, 2016

FIRST ROUND OF INTERVIEWS: Week of October 24-28, 2016
How To Apply: www.co.sauk.wi.us
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/13/2016

Position Title: Watershed Program Manager
Employer: Cuyahoga Cnty., OH
Address: Cuyahoga County Board of Health
5550 Venture Drive
Parma, Ohio 44130
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number: hr@ccbh.net
Job Location: Parma, OH
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: Identifies, manages, implements and evaluates watershed programs and projects in an efficient and compliant manner.

Engages volunteers and volunteer organizations in watershed restoration work around the region.

Provides leadership and facilitates the implementation of decisions and strategies agreed upon by watershed groups.

Communicates regional strategies and projects to landowners and stakeholders.

Prepares outreach materials, press releases, Power Point presentations and displays.

Participates in program planning activities, and provides input regarding new watershed programming and/or service improvements.

Assists in seeking local, state, and federal grant funding opportunities, preparing grant proposals and writing grant applications to secure funding from eligible sources.

Participates in program budget development and assists in monitoring program and/or subgrantee budgets.

Represents CCBH at community meetings, workshops and events.

Arranges and conducts trainings and promotional events related to watershed programming.

Represents CCBH as a participant at coalition and/or subcommittee meetings.

Develops and extracts reports from databases (i.e., Enterprise, etc.) for delivery to internal and external customers.

Performs other duties as requested and/or assigned by Supervisor or Director/Deputy Director.

Participates as requested or needed in the event of any public health emergency.
Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Geology, Hydrology, Land Use Planning or related field.

Minimum of three years of watershed management experience.

Valid drivers license and insurance at time of appointment.

Ability to efficiently multi-task on a daily basis.

Strong knowledge of land use planning, watershed management and watershed restoration projects.

Demonstrated knowledge of grant research & writing, and RFP processes.

Strong relationship management and training development skills.

Proficiency with map reading, geology, and hydrology.

Proficiency with use of PC hardware & basic software (i.e. Microsoft office), email, and office equipment (i.e., copier, fax, scanner, telephone, etc.). Strong proficiency with Microsoft Excel.

Strong customer service, verbal and written communication skills, and effective presentation skills.

Good interpersonal relationship skills including cultural sensitivity & competence.

Proficiency with use of databases and for data querying and reporting.
Comments: Forward pre-employment application to:

Human Resources

Cuyahoga County Board of Health

5550 Venture Drive

Parma, Ohio 44130

Email hr@ccbh.net



Deadline to Apply: 4:30 p.m. October 3, 2016



Consideration for internal applicants upon written request to Human Resources

Please print and complete the pre-employment application available on our website, www.ccbh.net. Please attach your resume. Employees hired for a position that is funded in whole or in part by a designated funding source may be laid off when the funding source is reduced or eliminated.

THIS AGENCY IS AN EQUAL PROVIDER OF SERVICES AND AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER CIVIL RIGHTS ACT 1964

THIS EMPLOYER PARTICIPATES IN E-VERIFY
How To Apply: www.ccbh.net
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/26/2016

Position Title: Environmental Field Geologist
Employer: CH2M
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Charlotte, NC
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: Support CH2Ms Environmental Remediation practice and have a hand in transforming tomorrow.

As an Environmental Field Geologist youll have the opportunity to work with experienced project managers, interact with clients and regulators, perform site investigations and remedial design work, and help restore environmentally impaired sites.

Our Geologists:
Plan and implement site characterization field work including monitoring well installation, aquifer testing, soil and rock core identification and description, and groundwater sampling following North Carolina regulations.

Analyze data; prepare site characterization reports, remedial progress reports, conceptual site models, conduct feasibility studies, and cost assessments; and design and implement remedial systems and pilot studies.

Manage remediation tasks involving design, permitting, and construction of remedial systems and O&M activities.

Interact with internal team members in the local office, as well as regional and firm-wide staff.

Assist the project manager to plan, staff, schedule, budget, and ensure quality of work products, consistency across projects, ensure safety of staff, and coordinate with subcontractors and internal support staff, including senior technologists and subject matter experts.

Support the project manager in day-to-day interaction with our clients and regulators.

Work with senior project managers and health and safety managers to develop safety plans including coordination of audits, integrated field team communications, and corrective actions where needed.

Utilize your strong writing, verbal communication, and leadership skills.
Qualifications: The successful candidate will be a part of the Charlotte, North Carolina based team. You will work with talented remediation professionals and will assist project managers in day-to-day task management associated with the technical analysis and studies, environmental and remedial engineering, and regulatory and stakeholder consultation services. If youre up for the challenge, weve been looking for someone just like you. Join our team and help us lay the foundation for human progress.

The minimum qualifications for this position are:
3 to 6 years of environmental project experience; specialized experience associated with remedial investigation, and design

Experience managing tasks involving multiple methods of site remediation with a focus on remedial design/remedial action and site management/characterization

HAZWOPER certification or ability to obtain

Must be able to plan, perform and oversee field work

Monitoring well installation experience

Groundwater investigation experience

Must be able to travel and be in the field up to 50-75%

Ability to obtain a P.G (Professional Geologist ) license within 1 year

Ability to gain federal background clearance to enter and work on US military bases

The ideal candidate will possess the following skills and experience:
Task management skills, including invoicing, and subcontractor management, and ability to write or drive development of technical reports are preferred

Exhibit integrity and the highest quality in all activities

Professional Geologist license

Previous drilling oversight experience

Self-motivated, team-focused professional

Self-starter who can manage and self-direct work
Comments:
How To Apply: Apply online: https://www.ch2m.com/careers/?
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/26/2016

Position Title: Assistant Easement Manager
Employer: Brandywine Conservancy
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Chadds Ford, PA
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: The Assistant Easement Manager assists with the administration, monitoring and enforcement of conservation easements.

Works directly with the Easement Manager, fellow Assistant Easement Manager(s) and Associate Director for Land Stewardship. Provides assistance to the Land Conservation staff, as requested.

Essential Functions:
Visits land subject to conservation or preservation easements to assess and document compliance.

Communicates with and assists landowners regarding annual visits and plan reviews, and provides information on a variety of land management-related topics.

Maintains individual easement records, both electronic and paper, and easement summary data in accordance with the Conservancys Record Retention Policy and Land Trust Accreditation Commission requirements.

Assists with reviews of landowner construction and subdivision plans as assigned.

Promotes and facilitates implementation of best management practices for the conservation of land, water, and biological resources.

Works to uphold positive relationships with owners of eased land and to promote the Conservancy as a conservation partner.

Helps improve easement management operations, as assigned.

Participates in Conservancy public relations efforts and contributes regularly to publications and social media platforms. Makes presentations to interested groups upon request.
Qualifications: Bachelors degree in geography, environmental science, biology, land planning or related field.

One to three years of experience with natural resource management, land planning and/or conservation easements.

Ability to comprehend and interpret legal documents and maps.

Demonstrated experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint programs. Experience with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) a plus.

Excellent verbal and written communication skills, positive and energetic attitude, and self-motivation.

Ability to devote such time as required to perform assigned functions, including usual work hours of

8:30a.m. to 4:30p.m. and occasional night meetings and/or weekend work.

Frequent travel within southeastern Pennsylvania and northern Delaware.

A valid drivers license and a reliable means of transportation to and from the Chadds Ford office and to daily work assignments throughout the region.

Ability to perform extensive outdoor field work during all seasons and in varying weather conditions.

Ability to lift 30 pounds and also to walk long distances over varying terrain.
Comments: Send cover letter and resume as a single PDF document to cscholz@brandywine.org with the subject line of Assistant Easement Manager
How To Apply: http://www.brandywine.org/
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/26/2016

Position Title: Sr. NEPA Project Manager
Employer: SWCA
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Salt Lake City, UT
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: Our Salt Lake City, UT office offers a unique work environment and is looking for a dynamic individual who is motivated to work in a team environment, cultivate their leadership skills, and use their expertise to help SWCA expand our business.

What you will accomplish:
Functioning as a principal investigator/Senior NEPA QA/QC/Expert on key projects.

Serve as a Senior NEPA project manager and/or advisor on large-scale EISs.

Provide technical oversight for interdisciplinary projects including budgets, technical staff, and reports related to NEPA compliance documents, particularly Environmental Assessments (EA) and Environmental Impact Statements (EIS), with secondary expertise in natural resource disciplines relevant in the Rocky Mountain and High Plains.

Assist other SWCA NEPA project managers throughout the company with oversight of key aspects of EISs. This could include senior-level review of NOIs, Proposed Action, Purpose and Need, Analysis Plans, Alternatives Development, Mitigation, Cumulative Effects, and draft RODs.

Manage large proposal efforts for EIS and EA projects for various agencies as well as applicants and proponents.

Lead and collaborate efforts to pursue, position, and capture NEPA projects with various clients in multiple business lines.

Expand SWCAs professional relationship with Federal agencies.

Assist in strategic planning and positioning of SWCA locally, regionally, and nationally.

Mentor junior planning staff in NEPA and environmental planning.
Qualifications: The successful candidate should possess strong skills in natural resource consulting and project management; particularly environmental planning and NEPA compliance.

Experience and qualifications for success:
Bachelors degree in environmental planning, environmental science, biology or a related field required.

10 years of experience preparing and managing NEPA documents required (or similar levels of experience in report completion, as well as scheduling and budgeting of projects)

Demonstrated experience managing large NEPA and planning projects with excellent developer and agency references

Experience working with NEPA protocols and requirements for multiple Federal agencies.

Experience working with agencies directly as well as project applicants and proponents with NEPA documentation guidance and review.

Recognized by industry as a NEPA project manager that is capable of completing an EIS from NOI to ROD.
Comments:
How To Apply: Apply online: https://careers-swca.icims.com/jobs/9776/sr.-nepa-project-manager/job
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/26/2016

Position Title: Environmental Planner
Employer: HDR
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Lexington, KY
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: At HDR, we specialize in engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services. While we are most well-known for adding beauty and structure to communities through high-performance buildings and smart infrastructure, we provide much more than that. We create an unshakable foundation for progress because our multidisciplinary teams also include scientists, economists, builders, analysts and artists. Thats why we believe diversity is our greatest strength. HDR is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and an affirmative action employer.

We believe that the way we work can add meaning and value to the world. That ideas inspire positive change. That coloring outside the lines can illuminate fresh perspectives. And that small details yield important realizations. Above all, we believe that collaboration is the best way forward.

Primary Responsibilities:
HDR currently has an opening for an Environmental Planner 2 to join our team in the Lexington, KY office to assist with our transportation environmental planning, permitting and compliance projects in Kentucky and Tennessee.

Successful candidate will have demonstrated experience in planning, preparation and analysis/review of NEPA documents for roadway and/or transit clients and will have KYTC and/or TDOT NEPA documentation experience.

Position will also support regional or national projects in specific areas of technical expertise.

The individual work locations may vary based on the specific project, so candidate should be able to work independently or in conjunction with technical and professional teams from local and regional offices.

Project management experience is desired, including developing and managing budgets, schedules, and quality of products.

The individual will be a key member of the Transportation Business Group and should enjoy working in a team environment.

This position will provide technical support to a Senior Environmental Planner and others as needed.

Qualifications: Required Qualifications
Bachelors degree in planning/environmental policy/environmental science/technical writing, or related field. Masters preferred.

15+ years of experience in comprehensive NEPA project development.

Knowledge and experience managing the environmental process and delivery for the KYTC and/or TDOT.

Demonstrated knowledge of the requirements of NEPA for FHWA or FTA projects.

Self starter with excellent writing and communication skills.

Experience using Microsoft Office Suite.

An attitude and commitment to being an active participant of our employee-owned culture is a must.

Comments:
How To Apply: Apply online: http://www.hdrinc.com/careers
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/26/2016

Position Title: Hydrologic and Hydraulic Engineer or Staff Engineer
Employer: Illinois State Water Survey, PRI, Univ. of IL
Address: 2204 Griffith Drive
Champaign, IL 61820
Contact Person: Hannah Dorsey hdorsey@illinois.edu
Phone Number: (217) 333-4978
Job Location: Champaign, IL
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: Hydrologic and Hydraulic Engineer OR Staff Engineer based upon qualifications and experience. Visit http://www.isws.illinois.edu/jobs/announcement.asp?jobid=495 for detailed description.
Qualifications:
Comments: Please complete your candidate profile at http://jobs.illinois.edu and upload a cover letter, CV/resume, and the contact information for three professional references must be received by October 21, 2016.
How To Apply: visit http://jobs.illinois.edu
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 10/21/2016

Position Title: Regional Program Manager
Employer: Tetra Tech, Inc.
Address: 45610 Woodland Road
Sterling, VA 20164
Contact Person: John Coehlo
Phone Number: 949-809-5018
Job Location: Chicago, IL
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule: Monday-Friday
Pay Range: Depends on Experience
Benefits: Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurances, AD&D, Short/Long-Term Disability; Flexible Spending Accounts, Tuition Reimbursement, PTO
Job Description: FEMA Region 5 desires project management support through the Risk MAP Program Management contract. The position, Regional Program Management Lead (RPML), will be in addition to an existing RPML serving the Region under the same contract. The position is full time, and will be 100% based within FEMAs Region 5 office in Chicago, IL.

Program support activities consist of support for delivery of the Risk MAP program, especially program management, internal and external processes coordination, and support consistency in stakeholder communications and outreach. Some of the areas where this support will be focused, but not limited to, are:

Offer hands-on assistance getting projects initiated correctly, including creating project plans and project governance structures.
Conduct basic capability analysis to help the partnering organizations understand their ability to implement and execute basic project management. Provide execution assistance and on-going capability development through working sessions and time-of-need coaching.
Assist in performing assessments of management and business procedures and evaluate regional capacity/capabilities.
Support program management and stakeholder communication.
Support collaborations with (Other Federal Agencies) OFA and other potential stakeholders.
Support the development and implementation strategies to support delivery of program area goals and objectives.
In collaboration with Region and existing RPML, further define needs, seek appropriate resources and build internal capabilities.
When required, provide additional project management support beyond standard operation procedure.
Coordinate and provide support to the Cooperative Technical Partners and Production Technical Services in program management activities.
Support data analysis requests and system maintenance efforts.
Support the Region on tracking program metrics, risks, and hot topics to support overall program performance & delivery.
Qualifications: Strong communication skills, experience with the RiskMAP Program and GIS knowledge a plus. B.S. and 10 years of experience, or B.S. and relevant Professional Registration, and 5 years of experience (Certified Floodplain Manager, Project Management Professional, Program Management Professional, or similar ). This position requires all contractors to pass a FEMA security screening in order to obtain and maintain a FEMA Contractor Badge and FEMA Suitability Status. Work will be on site at FEMA Region 5 offices. Some travel, primarily to locations within FEMA Region 5 could be required. Office work, rather than field work is anticipated.
Comments:
How To Apply: Search for Job ID #: 10300000275
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 10/15/2016

Position Title: Director Department of Environmental Quality
Employer: Gila River Indian Community
Address: P.O. Box 97
Sacaton, AZ 85147
Contact Person: Hiring Team
Phone Number: 520-562-9800
Job Location: Sacaton, AZ
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $96,251
Benefits: Medica, Dental, Vision, FSA, LTD, STD...etc
Job Description: **THIS IS A CONTRACT POSITION**
DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS:
The Director, Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is a key administrative function responsible for the overall direction, management and operation of all environmental quality program projects and activities; coordinates the design and implementation of programs designed to maintain and improve the quality of the environment in the area of land, water and air quality; ensure compliance with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (regional and federal), Community ordinances and applicable grantors; establishes departmental policies, goals and strategies to resolve managerial concerns; and is responsible for budget and program review of all program activities.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
Plan, develop and coordinate the implementation of EPA programs.
Develop, plan and implement department goals and objectives, establish managerial controls, and establish procedures to evaluate the effectiveness of DEQ program and projects.
Responsible for enforcement and compliance of environmental regulations with relation to review of permits, inspections, violations, court hearings and legal review.
Oversee administration, air quality, waste, pesticide, and water quality programs.
Develop proposals, budgets, schedules, plans policies and procedures for DEQ.
Prepare or oversee grant management (applications for funding, respond to grants, pre and post award activity and any reporting requirements); provide reports to the Governor regarding the financial and operational performance of funding agencies.
Analyze and resolve complex and/or highly sensitive environmental issues.
Coordinate investigations of and responses to hazardous materials incidents.
Coordinate environmental activities with other Tribal departments and external State and Federal agencies.
Represent the Community in relationships with the public, community groups, professional organizations, other Community departments and divisions and outside agencies.
Provide consultation on environmental matters to Tribal departments, committees and other governmental jurisdictions.
Facilitate operational and strategic planning for the increased effectiveness of the department.
Formulate overall departmental operating budget; maintains records on all departmental projects and activities; authorize and approve departmental expenditures.
Assure the establishment of a system of staff development including evaluations and individual training plans.
Administer, maintain, and update employee personnel records, including ensuring supervisory/managerial staff are notified when employee performance evaluations are due.
Perform other related duties as assigned.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND ABILITY:
Thorough knowledge of environmental regulations, EPA Indian Policy.
Thorough knowledge of supervisory techniques and management principles including policies, procedures, rules, and regulations.
Working knowledge and understanding of economic, educational and social problems of Native Americans.
Knowledge and experience in successful grant management, writing and proposal preparation.
Knowledge of principles and methods of budget preparation and expenditure control.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Should be a person of highly stable character with proven ability to maintain strict standards of behavior and confidentiality.
Ability to analyze water quality data, interpret findings, and prepare compliance and management reports.
Ability to express ideas clearly, both orally and in writing.
Ability to travel in and out of state.
Ability to ensure department operations conform with local, state, and federal government regulations, and other applicable rules and policies.
Ability to write reports, correspondence and other related documents.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, Community Official and the general public.
Ability to perform all physical requirements of the position; agree to maintain a Drug-free workplace.
Qualifications: REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology, Environmental Science or a closely related field and a minimum of eight (8) years professional experience in environmental programs and regulations including five (5) years of supervisory director/management experience. Work experience in Tribal government environmental quality programs preferred. Masters Degree preferred.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENT:
Valid state drivers license with a current proof of driving record for the past 39 months will be required to qualify for a tribal driving permit. Proof of driving record must be submitted with application and must not be more than 60 days old from the date of submission of the application.
Comments:
How To Apply: http://vss-server/MSS/employmentopportunities/default.aspx
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 11/30/2016

Position Title: Environmental Program Manager
Employer: City of Portland
Address:
Contact Person: Tamara Larison
Phone Number: 503-823-3523
Job Location: Portland, Oregon
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: Title: Environmental Program Manager
Deadline: Monday, October 10, 2016, 2016, 4:30pm
Salary: $6,127.00 - $8,196.00 Monthly

Position: The Eastside Watersheds Program Manager, working within the Watershed Services Group of the Bureau of Environmental Services (BES), plans, organizes, directs and evaluates the activities and personnel responsible for Eastside Watersheds projects and programs. Please visit our website at www.portlandoregon.gov/jobs for the complete position description and application process. The City is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Qualifications:
Comments:
How To Apply: Please visit our website at www.portlandoregon.gov/jobs for the complete position description and application process.
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/10/2016

Position Title: Executive Director
Employer: KC Flood Control Zone District
Address: 516 3rd Avenue, Room 1200
Contact Person: Tracy Calderon
Phone Number: 206-477-0979
Job Location: Seattle
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $121,936.00 - $163,991.00 Annually
Benefits:
Job Description: The King County Flood Control District (District) seeks an Executive Director (Director) to develop, oversee, and implement the Districts services, operations, and capital programs and projects.

The ideal candidate will have a degree in public or business administration, engineering or capital program management, and five or more years of experience in executive-level leadership that includes accountability to legislative bodies, as well as policy and advisory boards. The candidate must have experience directly staffing elected officials.
Qualifications:
Comments:
How To Apply: http://kingcounty.gov/council/jobs.aspx
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/4/2016

Position Title: Assistant Engineer - Water Resources
Employer: Wood Rodgers, Inc.
Address: 3301 C Street, Bldg. 100B
Sacramento, CA 95816
Contact Person: Tamara Johnson
Phone Number: 916-341-7760
Job Location: Sacramento, CA
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule: Monday - Friday
Pay Range: DOE
Benefits: 401K Match, annual bonuses, excellent health insurance, life, disability, flexible spending accounts, and a great work atmosphere.
Job Description: Position Summary: Under supervision, performs hydraulic, hydrologic and engineering analysis, planning and design work toward the completion of Water Resources projects. This position requires application of standard techniques and procedures and is responsible for executing all conventional project tasks. Focus may be involved in conducting studies, modeling and design of drainage, water supply, or floodplain mapping.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Develop and use hydrologic/hydraulic simulation computer models to analyze rainfall/runoff transformations, closed conduit, open channel and floodplain flow.
Prepare hydrologic studies and design simple hydraulic structures.
May record locations on maps, reduce field notes, and sketch proposed layouts for various installations.
Tabulates and summarizes statistical data and helps prepare reports.
Performs other duties as assigned.

Supervisory Responsibilities: None

Qualifications: Minimum Education and Experience:
Bachelors degree in Civil Engineering
Coursework in Hydraulic and Hydrologic Concepts and Modeling
0-2 years of relevant work experience, or equivalent education and experience
Masters degree in hydrology/hydraulics/water resources is preferred

Job Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Able to perform entry level open channel and floodplain hydraulic analysis using one-dimensional (HEC-RAS, SWMM, et. al) and two-dimensional modeling software
Able to perform entry level rainfall/runoff modeling using HEC-HMS or other comparable software to determine flood hydrograph timing and volume
Able to assist in analyzing rainfall and stream flow gage data for depth/duration/frequency
Computer literate in Microsoft Office, familiarity with AutoCAD programs, GIS, Arcmap 10.1 (or latest update) and other software as applicable to the department.
Able to clearly communicate technical information both in verbal and written form.

Equipment Used
PC
Plotter
Printer

Physical Demands and Work Environment: The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Physical Demands: Required to sit at desk using a computer, keyboard and mouse to prepare drawings and reports and infrequently gather data through travel to agencies/meetings and perform field visits for verifying hydraulic structures.
Work Environment: Work is performed primarily in an office environment that has a moderate noise level.

Comments: Wood Rodgers is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer - M/F/Vet/Disability
How To Apply: Complete our online application, submit resume and cover letter.
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 10/12/2016

Position Title: Public Assistance Program Liaison
Employer: IEM
Address:
Contact Person: Kristen Douglas
Phone Number:
Job Location: Baton Rouge, LA
Job Duration: Temporary
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: Responsibilities:
Responsibilities will include but not be limited to:
-Assist the Grantee in the administration of the FEMA Public Assistance Program in support of the Grantees sub-grantees.
-Identify and address programmatic issues related to recovery operations for assigned subgrantees.
-Serve as the representative of the Grantee to sub-grantees for the FEMA Public Assistance program
-Assist sub-grantees with the preparation and review of project worksheets, and provide technical assistance to the sub-grantee throughout the life of the project(s)

Qualifications: Qualifications:
-Demonstrate familiarity with the operational and regulatory aspects of the FEMA Public Assistance Program
-Possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills
-Minimum of five years experience, or on a minimum of two Presidentially-declared events, assisting and advocating for Federal assistance grantees, subgrantees, or subrecipients, or equivalent experience commensurate with demonstrating the ability to perform the necessary duties

Preferred or Desired Qualifications:
-Local applicants preferred
-Ideal candidates will possess appropriate degrees, licenses or certifications in their field or discipline
-Experience and expertise in advising subgrantees in pilot programs and regulatory and program changes under the Sandy Recovery Improvement Act and Section 428 of the Stafford Act
-Assist in responding to subgrantee inquiries, facilitate resolution of problems or conflicts, and provide team and Grantee leadership with programmatic advice for development of corrective action or solutions
Comments: IEM is an Equal Opportunity Employer including Vets and Disabled
How To Apply: http://iem.com/careers
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 10/7/2016

Position Title: Public Assistance Technical Assistance Liasion- Grantee/Recipient Support
Employer: IEM
Address:
Contact Person: Kristen Douglas
Phone Number:
Job Location: Baton Rouge, LA
Job Duration: Temporary
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: IEM is seeking qualified disaster recovery specialists educated, trained, experienced and, as appropriate, licensed or certified in the following disciplines:
-Architecture and/or Engineering
-Construction, Construction Management and/or Cost Estimating
-Environmental Protection and Historic Preservation (NEPA/NHPA)
-Insurance
-Hazard Mitigation Project Development/Benefit Cost Analysis

Responsibilities:
General responsibilities will include but not be limited to:
-Review and determine the technical requirements projects
-Review and approve project worksheets.
-Gather and evaluate technical data

Required Skills:
-Provide additional technical assistance and advice to leadership team and assigned subgrantees as relevant to Job Applicant Discipline, including but not limited to:
-Review construction contracts for compliance with state, federal and local laws, regulations and policies
-Provide expert assistance on consideration of reimbursement requests for large permanent work projects and alternate/improved projects
-Cost estimation and scope development for construction projects and cost reasonableness analysis
-Provide expert assistance on potential and actual insurance coverage of disaster-related losses and adequacy of insurance policies for compliance with Stafford Act and NFIP requirements
-Assist in development of hazard mitigation project/proposals and benefit cost analyses

Additional Information:
-Required travel up to 100% for non-local candidates
-Local candidates preferred
-Ability to work up to10-12 hours per day, 6-7 days per week
-Commitment to minimum 90-day assignment
-Periodic rotations home depending on contract terms

Qualifications: Minimum Qualifications:
-Experience, training and education in relevant technical fields of construction and engineering, architecture, environmental protection or historic preservation, insurance necessary to demonstrate competency in the technical field
-Job experience of providing assistance or advice in their relevant technical discipline or field to clients on a minimum of two Presidentially-declared events.
-Knowledge of federal regulations, policies and guidance comprising the FEMA Public Assistance Program as demonstrated by training or experience
-Familiar with relevant FEMA Public Assistance tools and modules such as Cost Estimating Format and BCA Modules.

Preferred or Desired Qualifications:
-Possess appropriate professional licenses or certifications in their technical field or discipline
-Ideal candidate will also be able to assist in responding to subgrantee inquiries, facilitate resolution of problems or conflicts, and provide Team and Grantee leadership with programmatic advice for development of corrective action or solutions

Comments: IEM is an Equal Opportunity Employer including Vets and Disabled
How To Apply: http://iem.com/careers
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 10/7/2016

Position Title: Hazard Mitigation Grant Specialist (HMGP)
Employer: IEM
Address:
Contact Person: Kristen Douglas
Phone Number:
Job Location: Baton Rouge, LA
Job Duration: Temporary
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: Responsibilities:

IEM is actively seeking creative and highly talented Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) Specialist for a deployable opportunity in Baton Rouge, LA.

The Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) Specialist will be responsible for FEMA-related mitigation grant coordination.

In addition, you will work with displaced residence and/or responsible government program administrators to explain mitigation options and further provide grant administration services related to the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program.

Required Skills:
-Excellent oral communication and presentation skills are essential.
-Demonstrated training or large group facilitation skills desired
-Ability to work in a difficult environment with homeowners, state and local government personnel and FEMA.
-Ability to organize and write clear, concise technical reports for delivery to customers is essential.
-Ability to master new concepts and deliver quality results at an accelerated pace against tight deadlines.
-Functional usage of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and Project.
-Knowledge of FEMA Mitigation Grant Programs and associated regulations.

Experience with the following are highly desirable:
-Acquisition under HMGP (Hazard Mitigation Grant Program), CDBG (Community Block Grant), PDM (Pre-Disaster Mitigation)
-Grant and sub grant management
-Application closeout
-BCA (Benefit Cost Analysis)


Qualifications: Qualifications:
-Expertise in Hazard Mitigation Assistance grants (HMGP, FMA, and PDM)
-Proficient knowledge base and experience developing drainage and safe room project
-Efficient in NEMIS and LAHM
-US Citizenship required
-A Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience


Comments: IEM is an Equal Opportunity Employer including Vets and Disabled
How To Apply: http://iem.com/careers
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 10/7/2016

Position Title: Benefit Cost Analyst (BCA)
Employer: IEM
Address:
Contact Person: Kristen Douglas
Phone Number:
Job Location: Baton Rouge, LA
Job Duration: Temporary
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: Responsibilities:

IEM is actively seeking creative and highly talented Benefit-Cost Analysts to be located in Baton Rouge, LA.

IEM Cost Benefit Analyst will work closely with displaced residents and/or responsible government program administrators to explain mitigation options and further provide grant administration services related to the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program. Experienced candidates are required that do not require extensive ramp up and training.

Required Skills:

-Excellent oral communication and presentation skills are essential. Demonstrated training or large group facilitation skills desired.
-Experience using BCA- Benefit Cost Analysis specifically, FEMA toolkit and module
-Ability to work in a difficult environment with homeowners, state and local government personnel and FEMA.
-Ability to organize and write clear, concise technical reports for delivery to customers is essential.
-Ability to master new concepts and deliver quality results at an accelerated pace against tight deadlines.
-Functional usage of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and Project
-Knowledge of FEMA Mitigation Grant Programs and associated regulations.



IEM is an Equal Opportunity Employer including Vets and Disabled

Qualifications: Qualifications:
-Desired candidates will have a background in one or more of the following areas: Emergency Management, Grant Administration, Engineering, Home owners Insurance Adjustment, Real Estate, Accounting, Social Services, Customer Service
-Experience with BCA FEMA Toolkit
-Requires a minimum of 5 year experience with the direct experience in the management and execution of Benefit Cost Analysis Engineering for Hazard Mitigation Grant programs is required.
Comments: IEM is an Equal Opportunity Employer including Vets and Disabled
How To Apply: http://iem.com/careers
Company’s webpage for online applications: Click Here
Application Deadline: 10/7/2016

Position Title: Water Resources Specialist
Employer: Arizona State Parks
Address: Arizona State Parks Central Office
23751 N. 23rd Avenue, Suite 190
Phoenix, AZ 85085
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Phoenix, AZ
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $43,239- $77,468
Benefits:
Job Description: Arizona State Parks protects and preserves 30 State Parks and Natural Areas. The agency also includes the State Trails Program, outdoor-related Grants Program, the State Historic Preservation Office, as well as the Off-Highway Vehicle Program, and more. Arizona State Parks provides over 1,400 camping and RV sites throughout the parks and manages 8 of the top 25 most visited natural attractions in Arizona.

We are looking for someone who can oversee the day-to-day water resource matters of the agency, with a focus on water quantity issues. Including, but not limited to:
* Coordination of agency water use activities with federal, state, and local governmental officials, as well as the legal right to use water;
* Ensuring agency is meeting compliance issues associated with the use of the water;
* Assessing water resources for planning, management, and potential acquisition, and production of documentation necessary to meet the requirements associated with those issues;
* Maintaining the production of a records of the agency's water uses under its historic water rights;
* Operating a network of monitoring equipment, and collects data for use in various legal requirements and proceedings.
Qualifications: Knowledge of:
* State and Federal water laws, rules, regulations, policies, and procedures;
* State and Federal court rulings impacting water resource management in Arizona;
* legal, institutional, and physical aspects of water supply and utilization;
* flood control and water rights administration;
* legal procedures associated with land transfers, land management and water rights;
* flora and fauna and their ecological support systems;
* hydrologic cycle, scientific data collections and report writing;
* statistics and computer data identification systems, environmental, social and economic aspects of water supply and utilization and trends;
* water quality control and of chemical and biological factors affecting water quality;
* familiar with emergency field survival techniques and emergency vehicle repair techniques of work supervision.

Skill in:
* application of research methods and techniques;
* operation of equipment and instruments involved with field investigations;
* mathematics, analysis of numerical and field survey data;
* personal computer operation;
* oral and written communication;
* negotiating agreements/settlements relating to the compliance with water resource management plans;
* establishing and maintaining effecting working relationships with governmental/regulatory entity personnel, community leaders and the public;
* land descriptions, aerial photos, topographic maps and other data sources;
* work organization, prioritization, and supervision;
* using computers to organize/analyze, and present water resource management data;
* off-road vehicle operation and survival techniques.

Ability to:
* interact with a variety of people from different entities;
* develop policies, recommendations and plans;
* effectively and efficiently work with advisory groups;
* analyze data in the preparation of program recommendations;
* obtain and analyze data in the preparation of reports;
* travel to state park facilities to understand the property holdings;
* effectively and efficiently work with consultants, advisory groups and interdisciplinary teams;
* administer contracts and grant funds in compliance with federal and state policies and procedures.

Ability to obtain and maintain a current Class D Arizona Driver's License. Employees who drive on state business are subject to driver's license record checks, must maintain acceptable driving records and must complete any required driver training (see Arizona Administrative Code R2-10-207.12.)

SELECTIVE PREFERENCES:
* Prefer individual possessing education with major course work in hydrology, geology, water resources management, natural resource management, natural sciences and/or related fields.
* Prefer individual with experience in water resource management, water rights and settlement negotiations, water resources research and analysis.

Comments: Candidates should apply at azstatejobs.gov, here is the link to the announcement for Water Resources Specialist:

https://azstatejobs.azdoa.gov/ltmprod/xmlhttp/shorturl.do?key=18YW
How To Apply: http://www.azwater.org/networking/apply_now.aspx?view=2&id=353577
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/2/2016

Position Title: Water Resources Engineer- Utilities
Employer: Kimley Horn
Address:
Contact Person: Brent Wardell
Phone Number: brent.wardell@kimley-horn.com
Job Location: Mesa, AZ
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: Ranked as #7 on Fortune Magazines 100 Best Companies to Work For and 100 Best Workplaces for Millennials, Kimley-Horn prides itself on hiring high-achieving, dedicated, and reliable professionals. At Kimley Horn we provide the environment for our people to flourish along with offering many great benefits including generous health benefits, industry leading 401k match, profit sharing, highly rewarding bonus program, backup childcare and many other great benefits.

Kimley-Horn is expanding our Mesa, AZ office and is seeking a well-rounded Civil Engineer to join our expanding team. This is an excellent opportunity for someone with demonstrated experience in the design of civil infrastructure with a focus on the design of water, wastewater and utilities.

This person will be responsible for the following:
Understanding and applying agency design standards in the design of water/wastewater infrastructure.
Modeling water and wastewater systems (WaterCAD, EPAnet and SewerCAD)
Writing Basis of Design or other reports related to water and wastewater Utility Improvements.
Compile and organize relevant data obtained from agency and municipal sources.
Coordinating with other disciplines in the development of construction drawings and specifications.
Coordinating with internal and external clients.
Working inside/outside fence utility work
Qualifications: Requirements:

B.S. in Civil Engineering
Professional Engineering license in Arizona, or ability to obtain within 6-12 months.
Minimum 3 years of experience in design of civil infrastructure
Proficient in MS Office Products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
AutoCAD/Civil 3D
Great attitude
Willingness to work on diverse projects- CADD, design, utility coordination, calculations, data collection/organizing
Comments:
How To Apply: http://www.azwater.org/networking/apply_now.aspx?view=2&id=361444
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/2/2016

Position Title: Special Projects Administrator - Water Services
Employer: City of Phoenix, AZ
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Phoenix, AZ
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $69,077
Benefits:
Job Description: The Water Services Department is seeking an individual to effectively plan and manage a range of activities related to the coordination and implementation of major department wide projects for the Water Services Department. The Special Project Administrator position will be expected to engage in a wide range of research and analytical activities. Responsibilities will include planning and project management of business analytics as well as mapping work flows to ensure business processes are properly tied to key performance metrics. The Water Services Special Project Administrator works under the general direction of the Water Services Assistant Director with considerable independence within the framework of general department policies.

The Special Project Administrator position requires the ability to be investigative, inquisitive, probe for information, identify patterns and recommend solutions that satisfy project needs by applying technical reviews, analytical methods, and problem solving skills while demonstrating leadership, organizational skills, computer competencies, and project management expertise. The ideal candidate will possess both the ability to perform the required research and analyze the results as well as exercising effective administrative and technical supervision over professional staff.
Qualifications: Five years of professional-level experience in public administration and research, or construction management,

Bachelor's degree in public or business administration, research, or a closely related field.

Knowledge of project and contract management principles.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other City departments, employees, regulatory officials, consultants, contractors, customers, and the public.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS Includes the job requirements listed above, plus:
Two years of supervisory experience preferred.

Water, wastewater or public utility experience preferred.
Comments:
How To Apply: Apply online www.phoenix.gov. Only online applications accepted.
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 10/2/2016

Position Title: Associate Program Officer, Gulf Research Program Executive Office
Employer: National Academies of Sciences
Address:
Contact Person: Human Resources
Phone Number:
Job Location: Washington, DC
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: In 2013, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine established the Gulf Research Program to enhance oil system safety and the protection of human health and the environment, focusing on both the Gulf of Mexico and other relevant regions of the U.S. outer continental shelf. The Program seeks to improve understanding of the region's interconnecting human, environmental, and energy systems and foster applications of these insights to benefit Gulf communities, ecosystems, and the Nation.

This is an excellent opportunity to work at one of the Nation's premier science institutions, known for its independence, integrity, and objectivity. Work with a small, top-notch team to design and Implement funding opportunities and contribute to program outreach, strategic planning, design of award and evaluation processes, and other program functions intended to provide lasting benefits to the Gulf region and the Nation.

In collaboration with other staff, Identifies and Implements methods and opportunities to meet program mission and goals, including opportunities for collaboration In three specified areas of responsibility: Oil system safety, human health, and environmental resources. Under general supervision, leads and supports one or more of the unit's programs, projects or activities.

Contributes to the design and implementation of research opportunities, including interacting with advisory board members and stakeholders, developing funding topics, drafting and disseminating requests for applications, communicating with applicants, managing peer review processes, analyzing review scores, preparing funding plans, and analyzing award metrics. Requires the ability to work with an online grants management system and various technologies necessary to support efficient award making.

Contributes to planning and running advisory board meetings, breakout sessions, workshops, and other meetings. Develops agendas, Invites presenters and participants, oversees meeting logistics and multimedia presentations, and prepares written summaries.

Participates in strategic and activity planning. Assists in program evaluation. Identifies and gathers research materials. Prepares background papers, technical summaries, and materials for program and Advisory Board use. Ensures consistent application of unit and organizational policies and procedures.

Assists in identifying potential experts for the advisory board, meetings, workshops, and other activities (e.g., peer review of proposals). Communicates and coordinates with stakeholders and advisory board members. Facilitates the flow of information among staff, board members, peer reviewers, consultants, and other applicable parties.

Works with Communications Officer and other communications staff to plan and implement communications activities related to assigned programs or projects. Participates In program outreach, communication, and dissemination of program information and funding opportunities. Identifies interested audiences, contributes materials for web and social media use, and other tasks.

Participates in meetings and workshops. Fosters transparency and stakeholder engagement. Collaborates with experts and colleagues from federal, state, and local government agencies, foundations, schools, and other organizations. Represents the unit within and outside the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine.
Qualifications: Bachelors degree in a related field or equivalent knowledge, and three years of related professional experience.
Knowledge of scientific, technical or policy issues in applicable discipline, including but not limited to public health, environmental health, epidemiology, and sociology. Experience in grant-making, program design and evaluation, including opportunity design, review process, and metrics of success desired.
Ability to solve intellectual problems that are varied and complex using originality and ingenuity. Ability to understand and share technical/scientific issues with diverse audiences. Ability to work successfully in a team environment and to form and maintain effective teams. Experience working in complex environments with a high degree of organizational effectiveness. Strong organizational skills and attention to detail are critical.
Ability to develop relationships with co-workers, employees in other departments, and external constituents through effective communication. Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal skills with a proven ability to effectively interact with all levels of employees and constituents. Ability to travel domestically and internationally.
Preferred Qualifications: Master's degree or PhD preferred. Experience working in state or local public health settings or other organizations addressing environmental, health, social, and economic issues in coastal regions desired.
Comments: COVER LETTER AND RESUME REQUIRED
How To Apply: http://chk.tbe.taleo.net/chk06/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=NAS&cws=1&rid=8436
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Application Deadline: 10/2/2016

Position Title: Climate Assessment Specialist/Professional Research Assistant
Employer: CIRES/NOAA Western Water Assessment
Address: University of Colorado - Boulder
Contact Person: Karen Dempsey
Phone Number: karen.dempsey@colorado.edu
Job Location: Boulder, CO
Job Duration: FullTime
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Benefits: This position is eligible for medical, dental and life insurance, retirement benefits programs, and is eligible for monthly vacation and sick leave accruals.
Job Description: Western Water Assessment (WWA) is seeking a full-time Professional Research Assistant to serve as the Climate Assessment Specialist, supported by a grant from NOAA. This 2-year position will be located within the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Science (CIRES) at the University of Colorado Boulder campus but will collaborate widely with researchers and stakeholders throughout the southwestern United States. WWA, a NOAA Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments (RISA) program, conducts innovative research in partnership with decision makers in the Rocky Mountain West, helping them make the best use of science to manage for climate impacts. WWA works extensively with researchers and stakeholders in fields of water management, natural hazards management, and municipal planning, among others.

Responsibilities
The Climate Assessment Specialist (CAS) will help research, design and inform ongoing climate assessment activities in the Southwest National Climate Assessment (NCA) region. Climate assessment is the process of evaluating, synthesizing, and communicating knowledge about climate risks and impacts to support decision-making. The CAS will collaborate with our fellow Southwest NCA RISA teams, CLIMAS and CNAP, and with climate assessment specialists at CCRUN, SCIPP and Pacific RISAs. They will be responsible for working with partners and stakeholders throughout the region to co-design and support processes that share best practices of and pilot new climate assessment activities, and provide feedback on the effectiveness of tools, processes and data for sustained climate assessments. Activities will focus especially on sustained climate assessments as an alternative to the model of producing a large, national climate assessment report at multi-year intervals. The position will focus on one or two sectors, such as water resources, agriculture, infrastructure, etc. We envision the following outcomes at the end of this 2-year position:
Given that climate services and assessments serve stakeholders with a broad range of capacity levels, develop a robust categorization of the types of organizations involved in providing climate information across the region, taking into account size, institutional structure, funding, technical capacity, relationships with scientists and stakeholders, etc.
Canvass the Southwest NCA region to identify 10-20 examples of successful organizations that are innovating in the area of connecting science to decision making and sustained assessment. These examples would be analyzed and written up into a series of case studies to begin to build an online repository of best practices emphasizing the key elements for providing ongoing assessment to stakeholders and identifying what practices work for what type of context.
Lead the production of a report for the regional, and potentially national, audience on key elements of building a sustained assessment function that is relevant, trusted and credible, and tailored for a variety of decision contexts in the Southwest. This report will be paired with the creation of a regional web portal linking to existing assessment products that provides direct benefit to users and entities providing climate services in the region.
Help to coordinate the technical inputs and assist regional partners for the 4th National Climate Assessment Report as that process evolves over the next 2 years.

Duties
Work with staff of CLIMAS, CNAP, the National Climate Assessment and other RISA Climate Assessment Specialists to identify ongoing, successful climate assessment activities with particular focus on sustained assessment processes
Identify opportunities for WWA to participate in local, regional, or national climate assessment activities
Develop a robust categorization of the types of organizations involved in providing climate services across the region
Identify examples of successful organizations that are innovating in the area of connecting science to decision making and sustained assessment
Lead the production of a report on key elements of building a sustained assessment function that is relevant, trusted and credible
Help to coordinate the technical inputs and assist regional partners for the 4th National Climate Assessment
Collaborate with partners at CLIMAS and CNAP to advance the sustained climate assessment capacity in the Southwest NCA region
Understand and apply the WWA model for stakeholder interaction and usable science across the region
Qualifications: Required
Masters or PhD in environmental studies, social sciences, geography, hydrology, meteorology, climatology, geosciences or related field
Excellent communication and networking skills
o Demonstrated ability to speak to diverse audiences about complex science issues
o Strong writing skills
Facilitation and organizational skills necessary to identify and convene interdisciplinary climate projects, stakeholder and scientist workshops, and related activities
Demonstrate general understanding of climate processes, whether through formal education or collaboration with climate and weather scientists
Self-motivated and able to work independently
Willingness to learn and adapt to different perspectives
Ability to frequently travel throughout the US Southwest and some trips to Washington, DC, about 25% travel

Desirable
Experience working with communities, organizations or agencies related to climate adaptation planning
Strong understanding of the principles of producing actionable or usable science to support decision making
Demonstrated experience working at the interface between research and decision making
Comments: Application Materials Required: Cover Letter, Resume/CV, Reference Letters (Not Confidential), Unofficial transcript(s) Application Materials Instructions: Applicants must complete the Faculty/University Staff and EEO Data (application) form, and upload the following required documents: 1 Cover Letter; 2 Resume; 3 The document uploaded for Proof of Degree can be a Transcript which shows the date the degree was conferred; Copy of Diploma; or official letter from the Registrar or the Dean of the School or College conferring the degree; and 4 A Letter of Recommendation

Special Instructions to Applicants: The University of Colorado Boulder conducts background checks on all final applicants being considered for employment, prior to the issuance of an offer letter. The University of Colorado Boulder is committed to providing a safe and productive learning, living and working community. To achieve this goal, we conduct background investigations for all final applicants being considered for employment. Background investigations include a criminal history record check, and an EPLS (Excluded Parties List System) check. The Immigration Reform and Control Act requires that verification of employment eligibility be documented for all new employees by the end of the third day of work. The University of Colorado is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer committed to assembling a diverse, broadly trained faculty and staff. In compliance with applicable laws and in furtherance of its commitment to fostering an environment that welcomes and embraces diversity, the University of Colorado does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex (including pregnancy), disability, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, political affiliation or political philosophy in its programs or activities, including employment, admissions, and educational programs. Inquiries may be directed to the Boulder Campus Title IX Coordinator by calling 303-492-2127. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, alternative formats of this ad can be provided upon request for individuals with disabilities by contacting Human Resources at adacoordinator@colorado.edu.
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Application Deadline: 10/2/2016

Position Title: Climate Resiliency Specialist
Employer: Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
Address: 4 World Trade Center
New York, NY
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Benefits: The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey offers a competitive salary, an outstanding benefits package and a professional environment that supports development and recognizes achievement.
Job Description: The Port Authority Engineering Department seeks qualified candidates for the position of Climate Resilience Specialist (CRS). Reporting to the Chief, Resilience & Sustainability, the CRS is responsible for coordinating with internal and external engineering and architectural design teams to implement the agencys Climate Resilience Guidelines. Specific duties include coordination with project teams to: identify potential current and future climate-related hazards; interpret relevant climate/ hydro meteorological information and/or flood maps/models; develop climate-risk adjusted project design criteria (including Design Flood Elevations); collaborate on the analysis of mitigation alternatives (including permanent and deployable measures); analyze the cost-effectiveness of preferred alternatives (including risk-enhanced Benefit-Cost Analysis); and the evaluation of design deliverables (e.g., design reports, drawings, specifications, submittals). The CRS will also manage engineering-based climate risk assessments and investigations at multiple scales (with special focus on coastal flooding hazards) and represent Engineering on agency-wide resilience initiatives and plans.

The CRS will also manage periodic updates of the PA Climate Resilience Guidelines and will serve as Engineerings primary technical liaison to sister agencies, the engineering community, and academia on the topic of climate resilience. Further, the CRS will develop and organize climate resilience training and outreach programs to build internal capacity among engineers, architects and project teams.

Secondary duties will include supporting the PAs sustainable design group, including ensuring full integration of sustainable strategies into project design and delivery, following the PAs Sustainable Building Guidelines and Sustainable Infrastructure Guidelines.

Responsibilities:
* Coordinate incorporation of Climate Resilience Guidelines for agency projects and programs
* Coordinate climate risk assessments and plans
* Develop staff training and awareness programs pertaining to climate resilience
* Serve as technical liaison to sister agencies, the engineering community, and academia on the topic of climate resilience
* Periodically update the PA Climate Resilience Guidelines to reflect emerging science and industry best practices
* Support sustainable design program, as needed
Qualifications: Candidates must present the following qualifications to be considered eligible for this position:
* Bachelors Degree in Engineering, Architecture or related Environmental/Sustainability degree relevant to climate risk management from an accredited college or university.
* Minimum of 5 years experience in climate resilience/adaptation field performing technical analyses and coordinating with engineering, architectural, and urban design teams. Experience with urban climate risk assessments, strong knowledge of local/regional/national climate resilience initiatives, with complementary expertise in multi-modal transportation planning, engineering, and/or operations.
* Possess valid drivers license.

Desired:
Ideal candidates will present the following profile:
* Masters degree in a related subject
* P.E. or R.A license in either New York or New Jersey
* Ability to work independently; well-developed time management skills, especially the ability to complete high-quality, detail-oriented deliverables on tight timelines amid competing deadlines.
* Superior writing, presentation, and meeting management skills. Must be able to present complex ideas to technical and non-technical client groups, as well as upper management staff.
* Strong facility with Microsoft: Word, Excel, PowerPoint.
* LEED accreditation and/or Envision SP accreditation; applied sustainable design experience
* Experience managing consultants and performing technical reviews of consultant deliverables
* Knowledge of visual mapping tools (GIS), including ability to utilize data and analytical tools and applications. General knowledge of CAD.
* Experience developing staff awareness, training and outreach programs
* Demonstrated team building, problem solving, negotiation and conflict resolution skills, as well as the demonstrated ability to be self-motivated and function in a team environment
Comments: The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey/Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
How To Apply: https://pastaff.panynj.gov/psc/applicant/APPLICANT/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?bCDC=y&Page=HRS_APP_JBPST&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=25692&PostingSeq=1
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Application Deadline: 9/30/2016

Position Title: Mitigation Specialist
Employer: Booz Allen Hamilton
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Job Location: McLean, VA
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Job Description: Support national hazard mitigation programs and initiatives. Apply hazard mitigation expertise to provide functional support, programmatic support for hazard mitigation assistance grant programs, modeling and cost-benefit analysis, policy and guidance support, post-event assessment and analysis, and expert panel discussions to address multi-disciplinary issues for risk mitigation. Support the achievement of key project goals, objectives, and milestones and contribute hazard mitigation functional expertise to client deliverables. Perform required tasks in a collaborative environment and adapt to new concepts and client direction while maintaining a high level of quality.
Qualifications: -7+ years of experience in mitigation planning at federal, state, or local levels
-Experience with writing, preparing, and briefing presentations to clients and executives
-Experience with one or more or all of the following: hazard mitigation technical assistance, GIS, hazard mitigation plan development, grants management, modeling and cost-benefit analysis, EHP assessments, policy development and implementation, or post-event assessments
-Ability to obtain a security clearance
-BA or BS degree

Additional Qualifications:
-Knowledge of FEMA hazard mitigation programs preferred
-Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) a plus

Clearance:
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
Comments: Integrating the full range of consulting capabilities, Booz Allen is the one firm that helps clients solve their toughest problems, working by their side to help them achieve their missions. Booz Allen is committed to delivering results that endure.

We are proud of our diverse environment, EOE, M/F/Disability/Vet.
How To Apply: http://www.jobs.net/jobs/booz-allen-hamilton/en-us/job/United-States/Mitigation-Specialist/J3L34Y5XL5963JK049L/
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Application Deadline: 9/30/2016

Position Title: H&H Engineer
Employer: Nearterm Corporation
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Phone Number: info@nearterm.com
Job Location: Texas
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Job Description: As an H&H Engineer (Hydrologic and Hydraulic) , you will prepare Drainage Impact studies for Land Development and Roadway Projects, Drainage Construction plans and specification for Roadway Projects, Detention Basins and Channels, Watershed Drainage studies and master plans and Engineering reports.
Qualifications: * Bachelors of Science in Civil Engineering.
* Licensed Professional Engineer (PE) in the State of Texas.
* 5 to 10 years of H&H (Hydrologic and Hydraulic) experience. Civil/Water Resources Engineer background.
* Must be familiar with Harris County Flood Control District and TxDOT methods and procedures.
* Proficient in ArcGIS, AutoCAD, HEC-RAS, HEC-HMS, HEC-Geo, RAS/Geo HMS, SP SWMM, MicroStation, and Microsoft Office.
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How To Apply: http://www.indeed.com/viewjob?jk=d85dd97ea7c30bd1&q=Texas+Flood&tk=1ardud3nja39qe45&from=web&advn=4521420676718710&sjdu=4Nd7kXer6VedCbLjasvFX-lLDYGRgO8l6n4LZNpdhZOqYB_9XBkJ2__FK929PvEiNblIGl9TlnJWntC4rFxMqA&pub=4a1b367933fd867b19b072952f68dceb
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Application Deadline: 9/30/2016

Position Title: Disaster Recovery Specialist - (1615040)
Employer: CB&I
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Job Description: CB&I is a leading provider of emergency management and resiliency services throughout the world. Within our portfolio of disaster response and recovery services, we provide strategic policy advice and grants management support to funding applicants for federal grant programs, including but not limited to:

* FEMA Public Assistance program
* FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grant program
* US HUD CDBG-DR program
* US DOT FTA ER program
* US DOT FHwA-ER program

CB&I has a Disaster Cadre to support clients impacted by disasters. Our mission is to innovate, transfer knowledge, and advocate for our clients while working collaboratively with federal, state, and local agencies to support community recovery and rebuilding.

CB&I is recruiting mid-senior level on-call positions to join our Disaster Cadre to perform grants administration and policy advice on federal grant programs as well as supporting damage assessments and identifying potential mitigation opportunities. It is distinguished from the specialist in the series in that the senior specialist has more experience and may be enlisted to support more complex projects or serve as a mid-line supervisor. We are especially seeking grants managers with Public Assistance program experience that may have additional skills or qualifications as:
* Project Managers
* Cost Estimators
* Architects
* Engineers
* Environmental Scientists
* Hazard Mitigation Specialists
* Insurance Specialists

Key Responsibilities/Accountabilities:
Generalist:
* Support damage assessments in the field with federal, state, and local officials
* Capture costs of emergency work performed by client staff or contractors
* Prepare grant documents that support the repair or replacement of a facility or structure in order to restore it to its pre-disaster design and function.
* Understand the interaction of the Public Assistance program and other federal grant programs in a variety circumstances

The Senior Disaster Recovery Specialist has additional responsibilities that may require the following:
* Interacting with senior staff from local, state and federal government
* Supervising Disaster Recovery Specialists and other staff
* Presenting technical information in key meetings
* Advising senior leadership staff
Qualifications: * Bachelor's degree; relevant experience may substitute
* 2-10+ years of related work experience
* Have supported federal grant program(s) on a minimum of two Presidentially-declared events
* Ability to work as part of (or lead) a team to accomplish objectives under tight deadlines and intense situations

Desired/Preferred Qualifications:
* Certification as a Project Management Professional from the Project Management Institute or equivalent
* Prior experience as an insurance adjuster or cost estimator
* Experience with one or more of the following is strongly desired:
- Public Assistance program
- Hazard Mitigation Grant Program
- CDBG-DR program
- FTA ER program
- FHwA-ER program
* Public Assistance grants management as an applicant advocate or applicant
* Experience to estimate in a variety of ways using multiple cost-estimating tools and orders of magnitude during the lifecycle of the grant process, considering both abstract and concrete methodologies
* Preference will be given to candidates who have any of the following training through independent study or in-classroom instruction:
- IS-100b: Introduction to Incident Command System (ICS 100) or IS-100.FWa: Intro to Incident Command System (ICS 100) for Federal Workers
- IS-200.b: ICS for Single Resources and Initial Action Incidents
- IS-634: Introduction to FEMAs Public Assistance Program
- IS-700.a: National Incident Management System (NIMS), An Introduction
- IS-800: National Response Framework, An Introduction
- E0239: 406 Hazard Mitigation
- E0381: Project Specialist (PA Ops I)
- E0382 Public Assistance Coordinator Crew Leader (PA Ops II)
- E0480: Cost Estimating Format (CEF)
* Prior experience in one of the following positions is strongly desired:
- Public Assistance Coordinator (PAC) Crew Leader
- Project Specialist
- Debris Specialist
- Debris Monitor
- FEMA-certified trainer
- Hazard Mitigation Specialist (Sections 404 and 406)
- Long Term Community Recovery Program Specialist

Specialties:
* ArchitectProvides additional expertise regarding historic preservation and facility design
* EngineerProvides expertise with developing solutions to engineering problems and developing Benefit Cost Analyses
* Environmental ScientistProvides expertise related to environmental reviews/assessments and other environmental matters
* Insurance SpecialistProvides additional expertise involving National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and other insurance issues
* Mitigation SpecialistIdentifies options for funding mitigation solutions and may also provide advice on other federal grant programs used to support an entitys recovery from a disaster

Other Details:
Candidates must have:
* Excellent communication skills
* Experience with Microsoft Office suite of applications
* Required travel up to 100%:
* Ability to mobilize and deploy to a client work location within 24-48 hours
* Ability to work 10-12 hours per day, 6-7 days per week
* Commitment to a minimum 90-day assignment in remote locations and disaster conditions
* Periodic rotations home for deployed staff members, depending on contract specifics
* Qualified candidates will be contacted with specific positions and interviewing information as opportunities arise
Comments: CB&I (NYSE: CBI) is a leading provider of technology and infrastructure for the energy industry. With over 125 years of experience and the expertise of more than 40,000 employees, CB&I provides reliable solutions to our customers around the world while maintaining a relentless focus on safety and an uncompromising standard of quality.
How To Apply: https://cbi.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?job=476693&src=JB-10282
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Application Deadline: 9/30/2016

Position Title: Assistant Water Resources
Employer: Rick Engineering Company
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Job Location: San Diego, CA
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Job Description: Candidate will have a BSCE degree, California Registration as a Professional Civil Engineer, plus a minimum of four (4) years of experience in water resources engineering or the equivalent work experience of nine (9) years in this industry. Candidate must have a minimum of one (1) year project management experience including overseeing the work of designers, drafters, and subconsultants.
Qualifications: * Candidate's technical experience must include proficiency with the following: Preparation of preliminary design and final design drainage studies, detention basin design, riverine hydraulic modeling, stream restoration, sediment transport modeling, floodplain mapping studies, FEMA compliance (including LOMCs), and Drainage Master Plan preparation. Candidate should also have proven proficiency with LID design principals, HMP Compliance, Water Quality modeling, BMP design, and complying with regulatory requirements of the RWQCB and the SWRCB.
* Must demonstrate good oral and written communication skills.
* Proficiency in the following software and modeling is desired:
- HEC-RAS (HEC-2)
- HEC-HMS (HEC-1)
- Geo-RAS/Geo-HMS
- WSPGW
- Microstation
- AutoCAD/Civil 3D
- ArcMAP v10+
- AES/Civil-D
- Word/Excel/PPT/Project
- Flo-2D
- SDHM
- EPA-SWMM

Desirable Project Management Skills:
* Proficiency in the following software and Candidate for this position must demonstrate strong independent thought and decision-making abilities, and possess demonstrated leadership and supervisory skills.
* Candidate's desired managerial experience includes the following: Direct supervision of water resources design staff including personnel management, reviews, training, and QC review. Proven record of establishing and maintaining strong and positive working relationships with clients/public-agency personnel and in-house staff.
* Desired experience in preparation of contracts, fee proposals, and scopes of work, project schedules, budgets, and billing/collections; significant successful experience in client and public agency interactions.
* Candidate's experience should include the ability to respond to RFPs, SOQs, prepare and deliver presentations and interviews for Public Works Projects.
* The Following Areas are a Plus:
Recent professional experience specific to Southern California, a MS in Civil Engineering or a related field, and one or more of the following certifications: Certified Flood Plain Manager (CFM), LEED, ENV-SP, Project Management Professional (PMP) certification, CPESC, QSD, QSP.
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How To Apply: http://rickengineering.com/rick_careers.html
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Application Deadline: 9/30/2016

Position Title: Water Resource Specialist/New Appropriations
Employer: State of Montana
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Job Description: The Water Rights Bureau administers the MT Water Use Act [Title 85, chapter 2, MCA]. The New Appropriations Program encompasses permitting new water rights, changing existing water rights, closure of highly appropriated basins, establishment of controlled groundwater areas, administration of water reservation, administration of federal reserved water right compacts, and verification and certification of new appropriations.

Under the direction of the New Appropriations Program Manager, this position acts as both a Water Resource Specialist and a Hearings Officer.

The majority of duties for this position are as a Water Resource Specialist. The incumbent is responsible for coordinating, monitoring, and assisting with processing new appropriation water right applications, petitions, leases and forms to ensure statewide compliance and legality on the new appropriation process. This position provides assistance to regional office and bureau staff regarding computer data entry of water right information; revises and develops new appropriation forms, checklists and policy instruction; reviews and evaluates water right permits and authorizations to make certain policies, procedures and rules are followed by all department staff; and monitors work quality and productivity to ensure consistency, accuracy and completeness. Coordinates and prepares information and conducts education programs to ensure regional office staff, the public, and other interested and affected parties are educated about water rights requirements.

Less than half of the incumbent's duties are as a Hearings Officer, an Administrative Law Judge responsible for conducting and presiding over water right contested-case and other administrative hearings and issuing decisions based on the case record and certain other legally accessible materials. The Hearings Officer is responsible for conducting a fair and impartial hearing in accordance with applicable laws, rules, and procedures and for preparing and issuing written decisions that include Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and an Order. The Hearings Officer is also responsible for case management prior to the hearing. The Hearings Officer presides over contested-case hearings by making an opening statement that sets for the sequence in which the hearing will be conducted; ruling on objections to testimony and/or exhibits; making rulings that are necessary to prevent repetitive or irrelevant questioning; and making a closing statement which informs the applicants of his/her right to appeal the final order to District Court within a certain time period as set forth in the Montana Administrative Procedure Act. The Hearings Office administers oaths or affirmations to persons who will testify during the hearing, rules on the admission of evidence, rules on motions made during the hearing, and elicits information from parties to ensure a complete record. An important duty is to probe into, inquire of, and explore for all relevant facts.
Qualifications: The work requires thorough knowledge of Montana Water Law, water resource management issues and policies, water right programs, administrative rules, and water use practices. Additionally the work requires a working knowledge of hydrologic principles, water measurement and water quality issues. The position requires skill in organization, time management, consensus building, map interpretation, and clear and concise writing. Required knowledge includes knowledge of water resources, the Montana Water Use Act, administrative rules, water rights programs, and water use practices; some knowledge of administrative and legislative requirements, record keeping, data processing, and research methods; preferred knowledge of GIS and relational databases.

Must be able to analyze and appraise facts and make defensible decisions; communicate effectively verbally and in writing; and apply legal and administrative decisions, rulings, and principles. Must also be able to work on multiple projects simultaneously and develop solutions and arrive at defensible conclusions. The applicant must be skilled in program implementation; effective communication with people of varied technical levels; and motivating, planning, organizing, problem solving, and negotiating. The applicant must be skilled in the operation of personal computers and Microsoft Office software. Applicant must be skilled in project management, public presentation, and training. The incumbent must be capable of accessing and manipulating data in an Oracle database.

Must be able to analyze and appraise facts, evidence, legal documents, and records; maintain judicial impartiality; make credibility determinations; apply legal and administrative decisions, rulings, and principles; work effectively with other employees, witnesses, and disputants; maintain an orderly and expeditious proceeding; and work without immediate supervision.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: The required knowledge, skills, and abilities are typically acquired through a combination of education and experience equivalent to a B.S. in water resource management, hydrology, agriculture, agricultural engineering, or other related field, plus a minimum of 4 years of experience in the water resources field or a law degree with course work in hydrology, agriculture, water resource management, or other related field. A minimum of 1 year experience conducting case hearing under the Montana Administrative Procedure Act is preferred.

ELIGIBILITY TO WORK: In accordance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act, the person selected must produce within three days of hire documents that show authorization to work in the United States. Examples of such documentation include a birth certificate or Social Security card along with a drivers license or other picture I.D., or a U.S. passport, or a "green card".
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How To Apply: For a full description and application instructions: http://statecareers.mt.gov/
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Application Deadline: 9/30/2016

Position Title: Conservation Projects Manager
Employer: Kachemak Heritage Land Trust
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Phone Number: marie@kachemaklandtrust.org
Job Location: Homer, AK
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Benefits: 15% of salary End of Road benefits after completion of 1st year of employment
Job Description: Kachemak Heritage Land Trust, based in Homer, Alaska, is a 27-year old accredited regional 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to conserve the natural heritage of the Kenai Peninsula for future generations.

The Conservation Projects Manager is responsible for managing a portfolio of complex land conservation projects using skills in leadership, program development, conservation planning, transactional project management, and by building strong relationships with landowners, partners, and funders. The Conservation Projects Manager ensures that all land transactions meet Land Trust Alliance Standards and Practices, KHLT Policies and Procedures, and annual/strategic plans, funding requirements, and IRS requirements.

This position works closely with other program staff while conducting all phases of land acquisition projects from project prioritization, initial outreach and due diligence, landowner negotiation, grant writing and funding procurement, stewardship calculation, management of contractors (attorneys, appraisers, surveyors, etc.), and project recordkeeping. The Conservation Projects Manager is also responsible for participating in annual and strategic planning and budgeting for furthering the interest and mission of the organization.

Job Duties:
Lead the prioritization, development, field evaluation, negotiation, funding, and closing of fee title and conservation easement transactions
Work with Executive Director, Accounting and Grants Manager, and other staff as necessary to identify appropriate funding sources, complete grant applications, manage grant budgets and requirements, and develop financing strategies and funding for land protection projects
Obtain and review title reports, appraisals, environmental assessments, surveys, and manage contractors providing these services
With support of KHLT attorneys, negotiate, draft, and finalize conservation easements, option agreements, purchase and sale agreements (for fee purchases and land donations, including tradelands), review title reports and closing documents
Work collaboratively with program staff to develop baseline documentation reports for conservation easement properties and management plans for fee-owned properties
Prepare and present land protection projects at KHLT Land and Easement Committee and Board meetings
With land program staff, develop and engage in land acquisition goals, conservation visioning, annual and strategic project planning and budgeting
Maintain and update all project files to adhere to Land Trust Accreditation recordkeeping requirements, assist in Accreditation renewal as necessary, review and propose changes to relevant policies and procedures annually
Develop and maintain strong relationships with a broad array of stakeholders and partners, including conservation organizations, funders, Native Corporations, government agencies, community groups, local businesses, and other private landowners to identify and implement conservation priorities
Work with partner organizations to assist with and/or facilitate land conservation projects outside of Kachemak Heritage Land Trust
Communicate the importance and role of land protection to key constituencies and engage landowners in sustainable programs to protect priority fish and wildlife habitats important to Kenai Peninsula communities
Share KHLT office maintenance duties with other staff
Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director
Qualifications: Demonstrated passion for land conservation and a commitment to developing strong working relationships with landowners and conservation partners
Bachelors degree or higher in conservation, biology, ecology, law, planning, natural resource management, or related field with advanced degree desirable
At least five years land trust experience, or related public or private land conservation, real estate, natural resources management, or other related work
A thorough understanding of conservation planning, protection techniques, real estate transactions and land use principles with demonstrated expertise in successful real estate transactions and grant writing
Excellent verbal and written communication, interpersonal, and negotiation skills, and the ability to use discretion to maintain landowner and project confidentiality as appropriate
Ability to work independently and as part of a team to implement strategic organizational goals and deliverables under pressure and within time constraints
Strong organizational skills with a high attention to detail
Proficiency with ESRI Geographic Information Systems, with the ability to organize and manage data and create maps for effective presentation
Field experience, including the ability to hike through rugged terrain in inclement weather, the ability to practice safety in remote backcountry and brown bear habitat, and the ability to navigate using a compass, aerial imagery, topographic maps, and handheld GPS units
Ability and desire to represent Kachemak Heritage Land Trust with professionalism and tact to a wide variety of constituencies, stakeholders, agencies, funders, landowners, and the general public through presentations, media, and other selected outreach methods
Possession of a valid drivers license with the ability to drive a manual transmission vehicle
Ability to manage IT contractor
Willingness to attend occasional evening and weekend meetings and travel with some overnight stays
Positive attitude, ability to creatively approach problem-solving
Familiarity with budgeting
Comments: Qualified candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references to marie@kachemaklandtrust.org. Application Deadline Extended to September 30, 2016 at 5 pm. No phone calls please.

Kachemak Heritage Land Trust is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization accredited by the Land Trust Alliance. Our mission is to conserve the natural heritage of the Kenai Peninsula for future generations. Kachemak Heritage Land Trust is an equal opportunity organization, that hires or contracts without regard to race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, religion or national origin.
How To Apply: http://kachemaklandtrust.org/
Company’s webpage for online applications:
Application Deadline: 9/30/2016

Position Title: Research Associate / Staff Scientist: Climate Change Mitigation Policy
Employer: Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI)
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Job Location: Seattle, WA
Job Duration: FullTime
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Job Description: The Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) is a mission-driven, international research organization working to promote local, national, and global sustainable development. Headquartered in Sweden, SEI has a global reach with seven centers spanning four continents. This position will be in SEIs Seattle office, a dedicated group committed to strong climate policy. The Seattle office works closely with governments, foundations, international agencies, and other research organizations to inform policy development at local, national, and international scales. We work collaboratively to research, analyze, evaluate, and innovate sustainable policies using insights from the physical and social sciences, economics, and other disciplines.

The Seattle office of SEI seeks a passionate early- to mid-career researcher to contribute to SEIs work on emerging topics in climate policy, which could include, among others, low-carbon cities, carbon pricing strategies, climate finance, and the economics of oil and coal extraction. We offer a comprehensive benefits package, casual work environment, and excellent work-life balance. Our office is in the heart of downtown Seattle, near Pike Place Market, and in a building with many other environmentally focused NGOs.

Primary Responsibilities
Contribute to innovative research projects by:
* Gathering information and data, including internet, phone and literature research
* Preparing, applying, and helping conceptualize analytical tools and models, and/or designing and implementing research strategies and methods
* Drafting reports, articles, and blog posts
* Providing coordination and support to project managers
* Participating in the organizational management of the institute
* Assisting with the preparation of proposals and fundraising
* Assisting in external presentations, trainings, and other outreach
* Participating actively in our collaborative office culture
Qualifications: Requirements
* College degree with strong analytical background
* Two or more years of work experience, and/or an advanced degree (e.g., in policy, economics, environmental studies, engineering, or science)
* Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint

Desired Capabilities. You should have a desire to work in the non-profit sector within a small, informal, yet highly professional team. Desired capabilities include:
* Familiarity with, or a strong curiosity in, climate policy; environmental science, greenhouse gas emissions quantification and accounting; economics; energy systems, including city policy and planning; and sustainable development
* Excellent critical thinking skills and reasoning abilities; ability and tendency to question and evaluate methods, findings, and conclusions, including ones own
* Careful research habits and skills
* A strong proficiency with quantitative and technical analysis and/or modeling
* The ability to clearly communicate research and analysis, orally and in writing, to a wide range of audiences
* A sense of collegiality and the ability to work collaboratively with both internal and external colleagues
* Personal responsibility for the quality and timeliness of work and the ability to manage time, priorities, and resources effectively
* A passion for interdisciplinary, objective research and analysis
Comments: How to apply:
Please submit your application using the web form at [workable] and be sure to include:
* Cover letter highlighting relevant qualifications and experience. If you are not currently based in Seattle, please specify your interest/availability to relocate.
* Curriculum vitae or resume (as attachment).
* Three professional references. We will alert you before contacting your references.
* Samples of your written and other creative products (via URL links). If you are not the sole author or creator, please describe your role and contribution.

No calls please. Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our organization. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
How To Apply: https://sei.workable.com/jobs/312317
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Application Deadline: 9/30/2016





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