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Colleton County Government Zoning & Floodplain Administrator
City of Portland, Bureau of Environmental Services Wetland Technician (Community Service Aide II)
South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Engineer/Associate Engineer III
Texas Water Development Board Director of Flood Science & Community Assistance (Director III)
Texas Water Development Board Director of Flood Planning (Director III)
Sarasota County BCC Environmental Specialist III (Working Title: Water Quality Specialist)
St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners Floodplain Manager
ASFPM Membership Engagement Coordinator
Galloway & Company, Inc. Water Resources Project Manager
City of Columbus - Bartholomew County, Indiana Planning Dept. Floodplain Manager
State of Nebraska Engineer III
Bridge & Stream Engineering, Inc. Water Resources Engineer
Kiewit - Englewood, CO Mid-Level Water Resources/ Drainage Engineer
Kiewit - Englewood, CO Senior Water Resources/ Drainage Engineer


Position Title: Zoning & Floodplain Administrator
Employer: Colleton County Government
Address: Walterboro, SC
Contact Person:
Phone Number:
Job Location:
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule: M-F 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Pay Range: $44,311 to $53,405
Benefits: SC State Retirement & Insurance
Job Description: Colleton County Government is accepting applications for the position of Zoning & Floodplain Administrator. Under limited supervision the successful candidate will be responsible for the technical administration, interpretation and enforcement of the zoning and flood damage prevention ordinances, special projects, site inspections, and maintenance of the FEMA Community Rating System program for Colleton County.
Qualifications: Requires a Bachelors Degree, with course work in architecture, landscape architecture, planning, engineering or a related field; supplemented by two years of planning and zoning experience; or any equivalent combination of training, education, and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities. AICP and ASFPM Certified Floodplain Manager preferred but not required. Must possess a valid drivers license and a good driving record. Experience in use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) desirable. Pre-employment drug screen and a satisfactory background check are also required.
Comments: Submit applications at the nearest S. C. Works Center or the Career Skills Center located at 1085 Thunderbolt Avenue, Walterboro, SC 29488 or email resume to jobs@colletoncounty.org. The position will remain open until close of business Friday, August 2, 2019. Only qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview. Colleton County Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
How To Apply: See Comments Above
Link to online application:
Application Deadline: 8/2/2019

Position Title:
Wetland Technician (Community Service Aide II)
Employer: City of Portland, Bureau of Environmental Services
Address:
Contact Person:
Phone Number:
Job Location:
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $14.56 - $26.52
Benefits:
Job Description: THE POSITION:
Support BES's Wetland lnventory Project (WlP) by conducting wetland determinations and functional assessments in Portland, Oregon. Primary duties require the ability to identify, record, and properly analyze dominant plant species, hydric soil indicators, and wetland hydrology indicators per the Army Corps of Engineers 1987 Wetland Delineation Manual and the Regional Supplement to the Corps of Engineers Wetland Delineation Manual: Western Mountains, Valleys and Coast Region. Additional duties include classifying wetlands, noting wetland habitat features, and identifying areas for investigation using aerial maps, soil surveys, the National Wetland inventory and other resources.

This is an excellent opportunity to network with environmental professionals within the city of Portland and accrue professional experience applicable to a Professional Wetland Scientist certification.

Desired Skills and Experience: Trained in wetland determination methodology by attending a 38-hour wetland delineation training course.
Experience conducting off-site wetland determinations and remote/desktop surveys.
Knowledge of wetland plants and plant communities found west of the Cascades.
Ability to key out unfamiliar plants to species.
Proficiency with ESRI ArcGIS, specifically ArcMap.
Familiarity with ESRI Collector.
Familiarity with iPads/iOS and Tablets running Android OS.
Familiarity with Microsoft OneDrive and cloud computing.
Proficiency with Microsoft Excel and Access to complete data management and analysis.
Strong sense of organization and responsibility.
Qualifications:
TO QUALIFY:

The following minimum qualifications are required for this position: 1.One or more years of professional experience conducting on-site wetland determinations using U.S. Army Corps of Engineers protocols.
2.Ability to sight-identify common native and non-native plant species found in Portland.
3.Ability to carry a backpack and shovel over rough terrain during inclement weather.

Applicant must also:
Possess a current/valid driver's license. Applicants must meet City "good driver" requirements

Comments:
How To Apply: Please apply online through the City of Portland website.
Link to online application: Click Here
Application Deadline: 7/31/2019

Position Title:
Engineer/Associate Engineer III
Employer: South Carolina Department of Natural Resources
Address: 1000 Assembly Street
Columbia, SC 29201
Contact Person: Maria Cox Lamm
Phone Number: 803-734-3672
Job Location: Columbia, SC
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 38
Work Schedule: Monday - Friday 8:30-5:00
Pay Range: 49,594 - 91,755
Benefits: Click Here
Job Description: Reviews and prepares comments on hydrologic and hydraulic studies, appeals and comments, and regulatory/Flood Risk mapping products prepared by SCDNR contractors as part of the QA/QC process for Risk MAP updates. Provides technical assistance as needed. Assists in preparing or prepares the CTP Business, Outreach, QA/QC, COMS and PM Plans, quarterly Reports, and R&I's for contractor invoices. Creates outreach materials regarding Risk MAP program. Coordinates and presents at all Risk MAP meetings. Conducts Risk MAP trainings, as requested. Represents the Flood Mitigation Program in a professional manner in a multitude of situations. Such situations include participating in appropriate national and state professional organizations, SCEMD lead disaster preparedness exercises and participation in disaster work, such as, substantial damage trainings and assessments. Also, keeps all DNR-issued equipment in good working order. Provides CAP-SSSE technical assistance to communities in regards to Letter of Map Changes (LOMC), No-Impact certifications. Develops outreach materials to support the State CTP effort and activities that ensure NFIP communities adopt the new flood maps.
Qualifications: Minimum and Additional Requirements:
A bachelor's degree in engineering and four (4) years of related work experience; or a bachelor's degree in engineering technology and six (6) years of related work experience.


Preferred Qualifications:
Knowledge of hydrology models using a variety of methods and software. Knowledge of 1D and 2D hydraulic models that simulate steady state and unsteady flow regimes using the latest software. Ability to review maps, reports and databases to communicate the results to industry professionals, public officials and the public. Ability to review the work of contractors and/or technical staff. Knowledge of applicable state and federal laws and regulatory processes as applied to floodplain management, floodplain mapping and mitigation. Skilled in the operation of computers. Ability to perform complex mathematical and engineering computations. Working knowledge of development and application of FEMA Flood Insurance Rate Maps and GIS. Ability to communicate clearly and effectively.
Comments:
How To Apply: MUST APPLY ONLINE
Link to online application: Click Here
Application Deadline: 7/30/2019

Position Title: Director of Flood Science & Community Assistance (Director III)
Employer: Texas Water Development Board
Address:
Contact Person:
Phone Number: 5124752142
Job Location: Austin, Texas
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $6,999.25 - $9,418.50/ Monthly *Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications
Benefits: Click Here
Job Description: Job Description Summary
Performs highly advanced (senior-level) work developing strategic direction for and administering daily operations and activities of the Texas Water Development Boards newly created Flood Science & Community Assistance Division. Work involves (1) establishing a successful floodplain modeling and mapping program to support state flood planning efforts, (2) overseeing existing mapping activities supported through the Federal Emergency Management Agencys (FEMA) Cooperating Technical Partners (CTP) program, and (3) overseeing state and federal flood grants and outreach programs. Work involves establishing goals and objectives; developing technical guidelines, procedures, policies, rules, and regulations; developing schedules, priorities, and standards for achieving established goals; coordinating and evaluating division activities; developing and evaluating budget requests; and monitoring budget expenditures. Recruits and hires qualified staff. Plans, assigns, and supervises the work of others. Works under minimal supervision, with extensive latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Reports to the Deputy Executive Administrator of the Water Science and Conservation Office.

Essential Job Functions
Guides the creation of the Flood Science & Community Assistance Division and implementation of flood science programs to support regional and state flood planning.
Establishes, and oversees a state flood mapping program to inform stakeholders of flood risk and to support regional and state flood planning, including the development of technical standards and procedures for an internal floodplain mapping program.
Evaluates and oversees technical execution of floodplain models and data for mapping floodplains.
Oversees federal grants through the FEMA CTP program.
Oversees state and federal flood grants and outreach programs.
Provides effective leadership and management of staff, programs, and the division.
Encourages, develops, and maintains partnerships with federal, state, and local entities participating/seeking participation in state and federal flood mapping, mitigation, outreach, or grant programs.
Work closely with the Director of Flood Planning to ensure a singular agency vision and consistent approach to flood planning.
Reviews and evaluates technical reports for floodplain mapping and mitigation; provides presentations to technical and non-technical audiences.
Assists with review and analysis of legislation related to the duties of the division.
Presents agency and program information to external stakeholders and state, local, and federal entities, including providing testimony and serving as a resource witness to legislative staff and committees.
Oversees procurement, execution, and management of technical services contracts.
Manages all project activities within the division, providing technical direction and guidance.
Monitors and reports division work activities.
Authorizes division hiring, separations, disciplinary actions and employee performance rewards.
Assigns job duties, conducts performance evaluations, clarifies roles and responsibilities, and monitors and measures performance against goals.
Evaluates division performance and recommends and leads improvements.
Supports division administrative requirements related to organization, budget, and personnel.
Ensures the provision of quality customer service from the division to both internal and external stakeholders.
Manages the performance of direct reports, to include, timely completion of performance appraisals, and follow-through on disciplinary actions as needed.
Maintains confidential and sensitive information.
Ensures individual and team files (electronic and hard versions) are appropriately maintained and timely disposed of in accordance with the agencys records retention procedures and schedule.
Maintains required certifications and licenses and meets the continuing education needs and requirements of the position to include, attending mandatory training courses.
May be required to operate a state or personal vehicle for business purposes.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Qualifications: Minimum Qualifications
Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a bachelors degree in Civil/Environmental Engineering, Hydrology, Physical/Natural/Environmental Sciences, or related field.
Five years of professional technical experience in flood-related work including: flood mitigation planning; flood risk studies; flood modelling and mapping; or other closely-related technical work.
Three years of progressively responsible professional work experience managing projects/programs and supervising staff (including multi-disciplinary teams).
Experience and graduate school education may be substituted for one another on a year-for-year basis.

Preferred Qualifications
Graduate degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in Civil/Environmental Engineering, Hydrology, Hydrologic/Hydraulic Modeling, Geographic Information Services, or related field.
Licensed as a Professional Engineer by the State of Texas.
Certified as a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM).
More than five years of professional technical experience in flood-related work.
More than three years of progressively responsible professional work experience managing projects, programs, and staff (including multi-disciplinary teams).
Experience managing contracts and writing and producing technical reports.
Experience in using Geographical Information System technology to evaluate and present geospatial data.
Experience with hydrologic, hydraulic, hydrodynamic, or other computational/numerical models.
Experience with the FEMA and NFIP.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Knowledge of local, state, and federal laws and regulations relevant to state and federal flood programs and floodplain management in Texas, and to the principles and practices of public administration and management.
Knowledge of hydrologic and hydraulic principles and procedures as applied to riverine and coastal systems.
Knowledge of relevant hydrologic/hydraulic/hydrodynamic models, including standard models and methods used to develop FEMA Base Level Engineering.
Knowledge of the NFIP, FEMA flood hazard mapping, Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs), and floodplain management.
Possesses necessary skills and comprehensive knowledge to perform the job.
Skills in strategic and critical thinking, negotiation, and decision-making.
Skills in project management and grant/contract administration, including time-management and prioritization.
Skills in mediation and facilitation to assist customers and stakeholder groups throughout the state.
Skills in communicating with elected, local, state, and federal officials, stakeholders, and the media.
Skills in using Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, and Access.
Skills in use of internet, email, word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and database software.
Ability to lead projects and perform duties as assigned without direct supervision.
Ability to adhere to work schedules, follow procedures with respect to leave, and submit accurate timesheets by prescribed deadlines.
Ability to make mature, objective decisions and identify areas of potential problems.
Ability to perform effectively and willingly when changes occur in scope and nature of the work and work environment.
Ability to perform routine and non-routine work assignments accurately and on-time with little or no supervision.
Ability to perform assigned duties and improve work habits and/or output.
Ability to complete assigned work, on time, neatly and in order with infrequent errors.
Ability to complete tasks and projects in a timely manner and persists until tasks are completed.
Ability to interpret policies, procedures, and regulations.
Ability to provide prompt, courteous and accurate assistance and clear and concise communication to agency staff, as well as to employees of other political entities and the public both verbally and in writing.
Ability to work with others in a team environment and cooperate with supervisors, co-workers, and others.
Ability to manage multiple tasks and schedule work in order to maintain regular progress on assignments and meet deadlines.
Ability to stand/sit/move with no physical limitations or aids to perform activities such as retrieve/replace files in a large file system for boxes up to 30 lbs.
Ability and willingness to travel 20% of the time, primarily within the State of Texas.
Ability to operate a vehicle (state or personal) for state business and maintain a drivers license and driving record that complies with state and agency requirements.
Ability to work days that may exceed 8 hours, including early mornings, nights, and weekends.
Ability to train others.
Ability to assign and/or supervise the work of others.


Remarks
Copy of required academic transcripts and/or licensures and driving record must be submitted at the time of hire. Failure to provide required documentation will result in no further consideration for employment.
Important Notice: Otherwise qualified candidates who are ultimately considered for potential employment with the Texas Water Development Board may be the subject of a request for any criminal history record information maintained by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS). Evidence of a criminal conviction or other relevant information obtained from the DPS shall not automatically disqualify an individual from employment with the Texas Water Development Board.
Comments: Only candidates who apply via email to (HR@TWDB.texas.gov) with an official State of Texas Application or through the WorkInTexas.com website will be considered for this position. View this position and apply at https://wit.twc.state.tx.us/WORKINTEXAS/wtx?u=1562690049448&pageid=EM_JP_JOB_DETAILS&id=3119219&keyword=Director+of+Flood+Planning+(Director+III)&jpsource=WFS&referralPage=BROWSE_POST_BY_TEXT&sort=&pageNo=
How To Apply:
Link to online application:
Application Deadline: 8/9/2019

Position Title: Director of Flood Planning (Director III)
Employer: Texas Water Development Board
Address:
Contact Person:
Phone Number: 512-475-2142
Job Location: Austin, Texas
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $6,999.25 - $9,418.50 *Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications
Benefits: Click Here
Job Description: Job Description Summary
Performs highly advanced (senior-level) work administering the daily operations and activities of the Texas Water Development Boards new Flood Planning Division. Work involves: establishing a new, legislatively-mandated state flood planning program; directing the development of the first state flood plan; extensive stakeholder outreach and interaction; setting Division goals and objectives; developing technical and other guidance, internal procedures, policies, and agency rules; developing schedules, priorities, and standards for achieving established goals; coordinating and evaluating the newly created Flood Planning Division; developing and evaluating budget requests; and monitoring budget expenditures. Responsible for oversight of development, coordination, support, and review of multiple regional flood plans developed through contracts with regional flood planning regions and that will be the basis for the first state flood plan. Plans, assigns, and supervises the work of others. Works under minimal supervision, with extensive latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Reports to the Deputy Executive Administrator of the Water Supply and Infrastructure Office.
Essential Job Functions
Responsible for establishing and overseeing a new statewide flood planning program and preparing the first state flood plan including drafting related rules, developing technical and other guidance, and hiring and overseeing staff
Serves as a key flood planning technical resource in advising the Deputy Executive Administrator, in developing and overseeing the implementation of critical technical guidelines for flood planning, and in stakeholder interactions including with the legislature.
Supports and coordinates the development and adoption of guidance principles for the state and regional flood plans that reflect the public interest of the state.
Assists in establishing the initial regional flood planning areas and in identifying the initial membership of the regional flood planning groups.
Hires, trains, and manages Division staff who will support the regional flood planning groups and process including preparing materials/presentations to orient and guide staff and the regional flood planning groups in development of the first statewide, regional flood plans.
Develops the basis and approach for allocating legislatively appropriated funds for the development and management of the regional planning groups.
Oversees development and award of regional planning grant contracts including the associated scoping and guidance materials in support of regional flood plan development and coordination activities.
Develops internal procedures to support the regional flood planning and state flood plan development processes.
Determines the scope, content, and form of the regional flood plan contract documents, regional flood plans, and associated datasets.
Oversees the development of regional and state flood planning data collection and data management requirements.
Oversees all aspects of the regional flood planning process including extensive stakeholder coordination and outreach, development of supporting materials including data analyses, monitoring and providing administrative and technical support to the regional planning groups, agency review of draft and final regional flood plans and all regional flood planning data collection, synthetization and dissemination activities.
Provides effective leadership and management of the Flood Planning Division.
Work closely with the Director of Flood Science and Community Assistance to ensure a singular agency vision and consistent approach to flood planning.
Directs the development of the state flood plan including internal agency coordination, developing timelines and tasks, writing and overseeing the preparation of all related materials, including maps, to be contained in the plan. This work will be performed in parallel with the regional flood planning process that will produce plans on which much of the final state flood plan will be based.
Presents agency information on flood planning program to external stakeholders, including producing materials to support agency public education and outreach efforts.
Serves as a resource witness during legislative sessions or advisory committee hearings, other agencies (state and federal), with legislative staff or conferences.
Reviews results of special investigations, internal audits, research studies, forecasts and modeling exercises to provide direction and guidance.
Manages all project activities within the division, providing technical direction and guidance.
Monitors and reports division work activities.
Authorizes division hiring, separations, disciplinary actions and employee performance rewards.
Assigns job duties, conducts performance evaluations, clarifies roles and responsibilities, and monitors and measures performance against goals.
Evaluates division performance and recommends and leads improvements.
Supports division administrative requirements related to organization, budget and personnel.
Ensures the provision of quality customer service from the division to both internal and external stakeholders.
Manages the performance of direct reports, to include, timely completion of performance appraisals, and follow-through on disciplinary actions as needed.
Maintains confidential and sensitive information.
Ensures individual and team files (electronic and hard versions) are appropriately maintained and timely disposed of in accordance with the agencys records retention procedures and schedule.
Maintains required certifications and licenses and meets the continuing education needs and requirements of the position to include, attending mandatory training courses.
May be required to operate a state or personal vehicle for business purposes.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Qualifications: Minimum Qualifications
Graduation from accredited four-year college or university with a major in Planning, Civil/Environmental Engineering, Hydrology, Economics, Geography, Public Policy or Public Administration, or related field.
Five years of professional technical experience in flood-related work including: flood mitigation planning; flood risk studies; flood modelling and mapping; or other closely-related technical planning work.
Three years of progressively responsible professional work experience managing projects/programs and supervising staff.
Direct professional experience with and involvement in public stakeholder processes.
Experience and graduate school education may be substituted for one another on a year-for-year basis.

Preferred Qualifications
Graduate degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in Planning, Civil/Environmental engineering, Hydrology, Economics, Environmental Science, Geography, Public Policy, or related field.
Licensed as a Professional Engineer by the State of Texas.
Certified as a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM).
More than five years of professional technical experience in flood-related work.
More than three years of progressively responsible professional work experience managing projects/programs and staff.
Experience managing contracts and writing and producing technical reports.
Experience in public administration of programs including regulation/rule-writing and public stakeholder relations.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (KSAs)
Knowledge of and close familiarity with flood issues and the principles related to flood risk mitigation and planning.
Knowledge of and close familiarity with flood modelling and mapping processes and GIS mapping in general.
Knowledge of local, state, and federal laws and regulations relevant to flood planning; and of the principles and practices of public administration and management.
Possesses necessary skills and comprehensive knowledge to perform the job.
Skills in using Microsoft Office programs such as Word, Excel, and Access.
Skills in use of internet, email, word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and database software.
Ability to quickly become conversant in flood-related federal, state and local laws and agencies, as well as associated flood programs, flood funding programs, policies, and regulations.
Ability to recognize, understand, and act on key interrelationships between science, data, policy, flood insurance, economics, finance, land use, water supply, infrastructure, governance, and public processes as they relate to evaluating and addressing flood risks at the regional and state levels.
Ability to coordinate with, convene, and work with numerous stakeholders including other agencies and institutions and technical experts.
Ability to successfully develop, deploy, and oversee contracts.
Ability to make mature, objective decisions and identify and anticipate areas of potential problems.
Ability to perform effectively and willingly when changes occur in scope and nature of the work and work environment.
Ability to complete assigned work, on time, neatly and in order with infrequent errors.
Ability to complete tasks and projects in a timely manner and persists until tasks are completed.
Ability to interpret policies, procedures, and regulations.
Ability to provide prompt, courteous and accurate assistance and clear and concise communication to agency staff, as well as to employees of other political entities and the public both verbally and in writing.
Ability to adhere to work schedules, follow procedures with respect to leave and submit accurate timesheets by prescribed deadlines.
Ability to make mature, objective decisions and identify areas of potential problems.
Ability to perform effectively and willingly when changes occur in scope and nature of the work and work environment.
Ability to perform routine and non-routine work assignments accurately and on-time with little or no supervision.
Ability to perform assigned duties and improve work habits and/or output.
Ability to complete assigned work, on time, neatly and in order with infrequent errors.
Ability to complete tasks and projects in a timely manner and persists until tasks are completed.
Ability to interpret policies, procedures, and regulations.
Ability to provide prompt, courteous and accurate assistance and clear and concise communication to agency staff, as well as to employees of other political entities and the public both verbally and in writing.
Ability to work with others in a team environment and cooperate with supervisors, co-workers, and others.
Ability to manage multiple tasks and schedule work in order to maintain regular progress on assignments and meet deadlines.
Ability to stand/sit/move with no physical limitations or aids to perform activities such as retrieve/replace files in a large file system for boxes up to 30 lbs.
Ability and willingness to travel 25% of the time, primarily within the State of Texas.
Ability to operate a vehicle (state or personal) for state business and maintain a drivers license and driving record that complies with state and agency requirements.
Ability to work days that may exceed 8 hours, including early mornings, nights, and weekends.
Ability to train others.
Ability to assign and/or supervise the work of others.
Remarks
Copy of required academic transcripts and/or licensures and driving record must be submitted at the time of hire. Failure to provide required documentation will result in no further consideration for employment.
Important Notice: Otherwise qualified candidates who are ultimately considered for potential employment with the Texas Water Development Board may be the subject of a request for any criminal history record information maintained by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS). Evidence of a criminal conviction or other relevant information obtained from the DPS shall not automatically disqualify an individual from employment with the Texas Water Development Board.
Comments: Only candidates who apply via email to (HR at TWDB.texas.gov) with an official State of Texas Application or through the WorkInTexas.com website will be considered for this position. View this position and apply at https://wit.twc.state.tx.us/WORKINTEXAS/wtx?u=1562689667414&pageid=EM_JP_JOB_DETAILS&id=6739081&keyword=Director+of+Flood+Planning&jpsource=WFS&referralPage=BROWSE_POST_BY_TEXT&sort=&pageNo=
How To Apply:
Link to online application:
Application Deadline: 8/9/2019

Position Title:
Environmental Specialist III (Working Title: Water Quality Specialist)
Employer: Sarasota County BCC
Address: 1001 Sarasota Center Blvd.
Sarasota, FL 34240
Contact Person:
Phone Number:
Job Location: Sarasota, FL
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: $48,547.20 - $65,291.20
Benefits:
Job Description: Coordinates data from bay and creek water
quality sampling by vendors and in-house
sampling programs. Manages Access database
and converts data formats for posting on the
Sarasota Water Atlas websites and uploads to
the FDEP WIN database. Manages the SIMPLE-
Monthly pollutant loading model including
gathering and input of data from septic's,
wastewater and other sources. Analyzes data,
conducts QA and drafts monitoring reports for
the NPDES MS4 stormwater permit. Works with
Geographic Information System (GIS) data.
Tracks impaired waters, TMDLs and water
quality regulations.
Duties:
Gathers water quality data in support of the
NPDES MS4 permit. Conducts regular and
timely uploads to the in-house database, to the
Atlas and to WIN. Ensures data completeness,
conducts QA, re-formats data for transfers.
Manages the database. Collaborates with
vendors, RAMP, QA office, fellow team members
and other organizations. Ensures compliance
with rules and SOPs. Calibrates meters,
conducts sampling (as needed).

;Technical lead for pollutant loading model
(SIMPLE-monthly) including updates and model
upgrades working with consultants. Assembles
input data from a variety of sources in GIS
format. Runs the model for various scenarios.
Assembles complex results, analyzes and
reports the meaning of the loading estimates for
project planning. Estimates project loading
using BMPTrains model. Support for loading
estimates for projects, TMDL load reductions,
and NPDES loading estimates for annual
reports. Uploads project load reductions to the
Atlas Projects Catalog. Training is available.

Tracking of regulatory matters related to water
quality including impaired waters, TMDL's, and
related issues. Conducts in-depth technical
analysis. screens data, investigates mapping
issues, corrects application of numeric nutrient
criteria, and more. Conducts timely analysis of
regulatory matters to provide technical review
comments to agencies within brief comment
deadlines.
Analyzes data using statistical software
and other techniques to provide a factual basis
for important and costly management decisions
related to projects and operations of the
stormwater system. Conducts technical
troubleshooting for projects and processes
related to water quality. Conducts mapping,
analysis and presentation of data using ESRI
GIS and other software's.
Technical support for compliance with
TMDL priority water bodies may include
sampling plans, investigation of pollution
sources, data analysis, collaboration, annual
reporting and more. Substantial as needed
support for projects that come up. Some public
speaking and professional writing for two
different audiences the general public and the
scientific community.

Qualifications: Minimum Qualifications:
A Bachelors Degree from an accredited college or
university in one of the biological or physical
sciences, Environmental Engineering or a related
field and three (3) years related experience. A
Masters Degree may substitute for one year of
professional experience. Progressively responsible
professional experience may be substituted on a
year-for-year basis for the required college degree.
A valid Drivers License is required. Must complete
ICS100, 200 & 700 within one year of employment.

Preferred Qualifications:
Advanced degrees or additional years of experience.
GIS training or certificate. Database management.
Statistical analysis techniques. Boat handling.
Familiarity with Florida marine and freshwater
aquatic ecosystems. SCUBA certification.

Job Competencies:
MS Office software including Word, Access, Excel,
PowerPoint. Adobe Acrobat. Field sampling
equipment such as beta bottles, meters usage and
calibration, and other water sampling tools.

Physical Demands:
Must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds
and frequently lifts/moves up to 25 pounds.
Frequently works outdoors and in in high, precarious
places. Occasionally works around fumes, caustic
chemicals and with dangerous equipment (risk of
electrical shock). Wears protective clothing.
Comments: Go online for more information and to apply.
How To Apply: Click Here
Link to online application: Click Here
Application Deadline: 7/26/2019

Position Title:
Floodplain Manager
Employer: St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners
Address: 500 San Sebastian View
St. Augustine, FL 32084
Contact Person: Personnel
Phone Number: 9042090635
Job Location: St. Augustine
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits:
Job Description: St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners is looking for a Floodplain Manager for our Growth Management department.

The Floodplain Manager is responsible for the administration of St. Johns County flood protection regulations and activities.

The Floodplain Managers duties include but are not limited to:

Applies the Countys Floodplain Ordinance to development proposals. Reviews permits; flood proofing plans and certificates; V Zone design certification forms; and Letters of Map Change applications. Ensures compliance with State, Federal or County floodplain-related regulations. Provides consistent guidance to developers and property owners.
Analyzes flood damaged and repetitive loss properties for flood mitigation recommendations or improvements. Interprets special flood hazard area boundaries for consistency between mapped boundaries and actual field conditions. Recommends updates and revisions to the Countys Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs).
Manages the Countys Community Rating System (CRS) activities. Identifies and implements local programs, including ongoing education and training.
Provides ongoing record management and documentation regarding the Countys participation in the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)s National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). Maintains the Floodplain Management Reference Library.

This is a full time position with a comprehensive benefits package.

Candidates may apply through St. Johns County Online Application System (OAS):
http://www.sjcfl.us/Personnel/ApplyOnline.aspx
Applications and resumes must be submitted online, paper documents are not accepted.
Qualifications: Bachelors degree in planning, engineering, geography, natural resources, or related field and two years of related experience required.
Certification as Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) required.
Must possess and maintain a valid Florida drivers license and any other endorsements necessary to legally operate vehicles.
NOTE TO APPLICANT:
St. Johns County is a drug free workplace and equal opportunity employer.

All employment actions are taken without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, handicap, disability, marital status, national origin, veteran status, or genetic information.
Comments:
How To Apply: Candidates may apply through St. Johns County Online Application System (OAS):
Link to online application: Click Here
Application Deadline: 8/2/2019

Position Title: Membership Engagement Coordinator
Employer: ASFPM
Address: 8301 Excelsior Drive
Madison, WI 53717
Contact Person: Ingrid@floods.org
Phone Number: 608-828-3000
Job Location: Madison, WI
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule: Monday through Friday, days
Pay Range:
Benefits: Medical, dental, vision, retirement, paternity/maternity, life and disability.
Job Description: As a membership engagement
coordinator, you will be responsible for
addressing member/non-member inquiries
regarding ASFPM membership needs in
an effort to bolster the mission, vision and
values of ASFPM. You will provide support
for activities related to membership
campaigns and retention strategies. The
role is committed to building and
sustaining strong member, volunteer and
customer relationships through a variety of
delivery methods. The ideal candidate will
have 1-3+ years of relevant experience.

The Organization
Located in Madison, Wisconsin, ASFPM is
a non-profit organization with a
membership of more than 7,000 spanning
the globe. We’re an organization of
professionals involved in floodplain
management, flood hazard mitigation,
climate change, National Flood Insurance
Program, and flood preparedness, warning
and recovery. A respected voice in
floodplain management policy, ASFPM
represents flood hazard specialists
throughout the world.

The Culture
Our mission is to promote the education,
policies and activities that mitigate current
and future losses, costs and human
suffering caused by flooding, and to
protect the natural and beneficial functions
of floodplains, all without causing adverse
impacts. We believe in promoting our
mission with a passionate zeal for the
challenge set before us. We take
ownership of those challenges and pride in
addressing them. We believe in
questioning the norm because we’re
tackling huge issues. We work together as
one team and we strive to listen and
understand each other. The purpose of
communication at ASFPM is to understand
one another, not to defend one’s own
position.

We divide the areas of responsibility for
this role into three major areas:
Technical: The skills and knowledge that
make up this role’s basic problem-solving
toolbox
Planning & Execution: The ability to plan
and execute assigned work beyond basic
solutions
Working with Others: The ability to work
effectively with other staff, vendors and
various stakeholders in other functions

What we’re looking for:
Technical Skills
Administer ASFPM’s membership/contact
database, including member contact
changes, processing new member
applications and renewals, and managing
group email lists
Basic proficiency in survey research
methods used for collecting data to gain
better insights regarding membership
growth and retention
Familiarity with data collection tools such
as SurveyMonkey
Basic data entry proficiency
Track and report membership trends to
leadership
Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
Paper to digital conversion experience is
highly desirable for electronic file
management

Planning and Execution
Plans and completes large and complex
tasks/projects with minimal supervision
Ability to research, develop and propose
new membership services and
opportunities to engage current and
prospective members and partners
Adopt best practices to continuously
improve ASFPM’s membership experience
Foresees issues and risks
Manages the membership leadership
election process alongside volunteer
leaders including collection of candidate
information, identifying technical needs,
monitoring results and reporting
Serves on the ASFPM annual conference
registration team and supports the on-site
conference registration booth
Can break down large initiatives into
incrementally-implementable deliverables
Outstanding attention to detail and
commitment to quality
Excellent verbal and written
communication skills
Superior problem solver with the ability to
independently identify opportunities for
improvement and make constructive
suggestions for change

Working with Others
Understands and implements feedback
from staff into own work
Provides effective and meaningful
feedback
Able to work across teams to tackle
complex issues; and maintain a positive,
genuine and professional demeanor while
conversing with members is essential
Embraces ASFPM’s mission and is
excited to be part of our dynamic culture;
has a “do-what-it-takes” attitude toward
driving for results

The Perks of Working at ASFPM
We offer one of the best benefit packages
in Madison!
Family wellness: our healthcare plan
covers you and your family with full health,
vision and dental insurance. ASFPM also
provides life insurance and generous paid
maternity and paternity leave
Flexible vacation policy: we trust
everybody to get work done and manage
their own work/life balance. We start you
with three weeks paid vacation and don’t
micromanage your days off
Paid holidays, sick leave and family leave
Matching contributions to a 403b plan (the
nonprofit’s version of a 401k)

Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have 1-3 years of
relevant experience.
Comments: Next Steps
This position will remain open until filled
and is an hourly paid position w/ full
benefits. Interested candidates should
email employment@floods.org and
reference “Membership Engagement
Coordinator” in the subject line with the
following:
Cover letter outlining your knowledge,
skills and abilities
Resume detailing your experience and
qualifications
How To Apply: See comments.
Link to online application:
Application Deadline: 8/2/2019

Position Title:
Water Resources Project Manager
Employer: Galloway & Company, Inc.
Address: 6162 S. Willow Drive, Suite 320, Greenwood Village, CO 80111
or
5265 Ronald Reagan Blvd. Suite 210,
Johnstown, CO 80534
Contact Person: Melissa Evans
Phone Number: 303.770.8884 x2293
Job Location: Denver or Johnstown
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: TBD
Benefits: Full Benefits Package Offered
Job Description: Galloway & Company, Inc., a full-service planning, architecture and engineering firm is adding to our growing team. Working at Galloway is an opportunity to invest your workday in something that makes communities across the country better places to live.
The Water Resources Project Manager is responsible for the coordination, implementation, execution, control, financial performance and timely completion of projects, and the delivery of projects/programs that are consistent with company strategies, commitments and goals. This position provides training, mentoring and project guidance for staff members.
As a leadership position within the company, the Water Resources Project Manager promotes and develops new and repeat business opportunities that are in alignment with Galloways strategies and goals.
RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:
Provides supervision and guidance for overall objectives, critical issues, new concepts, and policy matters within the team; consults with Team Manager concerning unusual problems/developments, and obtains approvals as appropriate.
Takes a leadership role in the development of new business, promoting repeat and referral business with existing clients, and developing new business; participates in networking events and business development meetings.
Prepares and reviews project proposals, qualification statements, promotional materials, and professional services agreements; responsible for preparation, obtaining internal and external approvals, and managing final execution and subsequent amendments.
Plans, develops, coordinates, and directs team members during the execution of projects.
Takes an active role in coaching, mentoring, and delegating responsibility to less-senior level staff; provides daily on-the-job training for team members.
Serves as primary contact with clients; fosters culture of effective internal and external communication between Client and team members.
Develops and implements project schedules and resource management that facilitates timely performance.
Manages project budget; communicates budget allocation to staff for their respective assignments.
Qualifications: EDUCATION, PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION, AND CERTIFICATIONS
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from a four-year, board-approved engineering curriculum required. Master of Science in Engineering or a related Water Resources field is preferred.
Registration as a Professional Engineering in the State of Colorado or the ability to obtain such within 6 months is required. Registration as a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) is desired.
EXPERIENCE
8 to 15 years of progressive experience in hydrology and hydraulics associated with the fields of urban drainage, riverine analyses, and other areas of water resources.
Experience with HEC-HMS, SWMM, CUHP, HEC-RAS 1D & 2D, SRH 2D or FLO-2D, AutoCAD, and GIS preferred.
QUALIFICATIONS
Possesses advanced understanding of principles, practices, codes, and standards in the field of Water Resources Engineering.
Possesses advanced knowledge of approval and permitting processes for Water Resource projects.
Demonstrates advanced technical writing skills.
Demonstrates effective communication, financial management, and leadership skills to manage schedules and budgets.
Communicates in a timely and effective manner within team and with clients, various agencies, and other disciplines and managers.
Serves as a point of contact with client; receives and conveys client goals and objectives to team members.
Demonstrates effective leadership skills in directing and completing multiple projects with multiple clients.
Demonstrates effective leadership skills in mentoring, training, coaching, and developing team members.

Comments:
How To Apply: Visit our careers page, or email your resume and cover letter to melissaevans@gallowayus.com
Link to online application: Click Here
Application Deadline: 8/26/2019

Position Title: Floodplain Manager
Employer: City of Columbus - Bartholomew County, Indiana Planning Dept.
Address: 123 Washington Street
Contact Person:
Phone Number: 8123762570
Job Location: Columbus, Indiana
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Pay Range: $42,925 to $60,760
Benefits: The full set of City benefits, including insurance, retirement savings, professional development support, etc. are available to this position. For more information: https://www.columbus.in.gov/careers/2019-employee-benefits/
Job Description: The Floodplain Manager serves as the Planning Departments primary source of knowledge on community floodplain management, the National Flood Insurance Program, and floodplain development regulations. This includes serving as the primary point of contact with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources and the Federal Emergency Management Agency. It also includes maintaining a detailed understanding of IDNR and FEMA requirements, policies, programs, training opportunities, and resources. The Floodplain Manager shall also be responsible for the implementation and periodic review of the Columbus Flood Risk Management Plan. The Floodplain Manager shall further oversee the administration and enforcement of all local floodplain regulations. They shall also have responsibility for Department files, reports, and data regarding floodplain issues, programs, developments, and regulations.
Qualifications: The Floodplain Manager shall possess a bachelors degree in urban planning, civil engineering, geography, natural resources, public policy, or a related field of study. Working knowledge of word-processing, data management, and mapping computer software is required. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are also required. Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) certification is encouraged for this position, but is not a prerequisite and may be obtained after employment.

Further Qualifications: Due to the required use of a City vehicle, this employee must also have a valid Indiana Drivers License or the ability to obtain one upon being hired, and must have a driving record acceptable to the Citys insurance carrier. The Drivers License and insurability must be maintained at all times during employment by the City of Columbus. The use of a City vehicle makes this a safety-sensitive position and subject to pre-employment drug/alcohol screen as well as a drug/alcohol screen for cause (accidents) and randomly.
Comments: View the complete job posting at: https://www.columbus.in.gov/careers/job-openings/
How To Apply: Please visit: https://www.columbus.in.gov/careers/how-to-apply/
Link to online application:
Application Deadline: 7/22/2019

Position Title:
Engineer III
Employer: State of Nebraska
Address: 301 Centennial Mall South
Lincoln, NE 68509
Contact Person:
Phone Number:
Job Location: Lincoln, NE
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm; may be flexible
Pay Range: $29.13 - $36.41 Hourly
Benefits: Click Here
Job Description:
The primary duties of this position include performing hydrologic and hydraulic analysis to meet the needs of the Dam Safety and Floodplain section needs.
Qualifications: Licensed Professional Engineer.
Comments:
How To Apply:
Link to online application: Click Here
Application Deadline: 7/31/2019

Position Title:
Water Resources Engineer
Employer: Bridge & Stream Engineering, Inc.
Address:
Contact Person: Bert Wycoff
Phone Number: 7194889100
Job Location: Flexible Work Location
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week:
Work Schedule:
Pay Range: Dependent on experience
Benefits: excellent benefits that include paid vacation leave, flex-time, medical/dental insurance, paid overtime, company-administered retirement plan with an automatic 3% employer contribution, and a bonus program.
Job Description: The job duties for this position would involve: 1) the hydrologic analysis of many diverse flood, climatic, and meteorological conditions across the United States, 2) open channel hydraulic analysis using steady and unsteady 1D and 2D modeling, 3) the hydraulic design of drainage structures, 4) preparation of design plans and drainage reports, and 5) some coordination with regulatory agencies for permitting. See ad on website for more details.
Qualifications: See ad on website for more details.
Comments: See ad on website for more details to join an excellent team!
How To Apply: email resume and cover letter
Link to online application: Click Here
Application Deadline: 8/1/2019

Position Title:
Mid-Level Water Resources/ Drainage Engineer
Employer: Kiewit - Englewood, CO
Address: Englewood, CO
Contact Person:
Phone Number: 7206930863
Job Location: Englewood
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits: Top-tier health, dental and vision insurance available from Day One of employment 401K savings plan that includes company dollar-for-dollar match on contributions up to 6 percent of base pay Our employees are entitled to accrue at least 20 days
Job Description: Position Summary:
Kiewit has an immediate opening for a dynamic Hydraulics/Hydrology Engineer in our growing Hydraulics Group based in Englewood, CO. The Drainage Engineer will work on an interdisciplinary team including: geotechnical engineers, structural engineers, roadway engineers, estimators, schedulers and construction experts to perform engineering analysis and design in support of design-build pursuits and ongoing projects.



Key Duties & Responsibilities:
The candidate will be part of teams responsible for completing engineering assignments in support of heavy civil construction for Kiewit Construction Companies business including drainage design, detailed hydrologic and hydraulic analysis (using various models and methods), and preparation of design plans, reports and technical memoranda. This will require a broad understanding from a national perspective of the following:

Hydrology
o Single-event and continuous rainfall modeling
o Watershed analysis, hydrograph and peak discharge development and routing
o Software experience includes: HEC1, HEC-HMS, SWMM/XP-SWMM, TR-55, SBUH and HSPF Method programs

Hydraulics
o Pavement drainage, culverts, storm systems, pump stations, pressure pipe, bridge sizing and scour, sediment transport, revetment design, and coastal considerations for highway drainage
o Understanding of the various FHWA hydraulic engineering circulars and design series
o Flood analysis and knowledge of the NFIP including CLOMR and LOMRs
o Stormwater quantity / quality calculations, NPDES compliance and erosion control requirements
o Software experience includes: HY-8, Culvert Master, HEC-RAS, HEC-GEORAS, Storm CAD, Civil Storm, Pond Pack, Flow Master, 2D experience helpful such as SRH-2D

Drainage Design
o Development of drainage plans, profiles, specifications and estimates for transportation and other water resources projects. This includes developing terrain and other design components via models such as Inroads, Arc-GIS and other pre and post processing software packages.
o Software experience includes: Micro Station, AutoCAD, Arc-GIS, Geopak and Inroads or similar 3D stormwater modeling preferred.

Qualifications: Experience Required:
BS or MS in Civil Engineering
5-10 years post-graduate experience.
Design experience or Design-Build project experience preferred
Must have excellent written and oral communication skills with the ability to work with individuals at all levels of the organization and support project efforts
The candidate will possess strong project management skills including: scope development, schedule management and earned value management
The candidate will lead plan production, specifications, estimate and drainage design development and will be responsible / in charge of engineering work and will be the Engineer of Record for final design projects
Must have P.E./P.Eng
This position requires travel to project offices and work sites. Ability to travel 25% of the time
Ability to freely access all points of a construction site in wide-ranging climates and environments

Comments: Kiewit Engineering Group, Inc is a full-service consulting and engineering firm serving the infrastructure and engineering markets. Our combined staff of more than 1,300 engineers and design professionals have expertise that spans all major engineering disciplines to serve transportation, power, water/wastewater, mining, building, and oil, gas & chemical markets. Backed by 130 years of construction experience, our construction-driven engineering focuses on constructability and safety in the earliest phases of projects to ensure on-time and on-budget project delivery.

Our rapidly growing Infrastructure Design Department, which includes structural, geotechnical, civil, drainage, roadway, transit, and materials disciplines, is a multi-faceted and leading-edge division of Kiewit with best-in-class technical expertise focused on the design-build delivery of infrastructure projects.

We are an innovative team of design engineers that supports projects throughout the company. Our staff leads and collaborates with Kiewits construction teams to approach construction-driven engineering with a focus on safe, cost effective, and innovative designs that achieve client expectations and further Kiewits legacy of excellence.

On our team, youll have the opportunity to see more, touch more, and do more than you ever imagined. Working hard will not only bring you satisfaction from a job well done, but it will help propel your career forward faster than you might expect. Kiewits culture encourages training, developing your skills, and tailoring your experience and knowledge to allow you to take on projects that impact millions across North America. With top-notch health benefits, a wealth-building 401k plan, and unbeatable growth opportunities, by joining Kiewit, youre ensuring a lifetime of success.
How To Apply:
Link to online application: Click Here
Application Deadline: 12/17/2019

Position Title:
Senior Water Resources/ Drainage Engineer
Employer: Kiewit - Englewood, CO
Address: Englewood, CO
Contact Person: Dasha Emelianova
Phone Number: 7206930863
Job Location: Englewood, CO
Job Duration: FullTime
Hours Per Week: 40
Work Schedule:
Pay Range:
Benefits: Top-tier health, dental and vision insurance available from Day One of employment 401K savings plan that includes company dollar-for-dollar match on contributions up to 6 percent of base pay Our employees are entitled to accrue at least 20 days
Job Description: Position Summary:
Kiewit has an immediate opening for a dynamic Hydraulics/Hydrology Engineer in our growing Hydraulics Group based in Englewood, CO. The Drainage Engineer will work on an interdisciplinary team including: geotechnical engineers, structural engineers, roadway engineers, estimators, schedulers and construction experts to perform engineering analysis and design in support of design-build pursuits and ongoing projects.

Key Duties & Responsibilities:
The candidate will be part of teams responsible for completing engineering assignments in support of heavy civil construction for Kiewit Construction Companies business including drainage design, detailed hydrologic and hydraulic analysis (using various models and methods), and preparation of design plans, reports and technical memoranda. This will require a broad understanding from a national perspective of the following:

Hydrology
o Single-event and continuous rainfall modeling
o Watershed analysis, hydrograph and peak discharge development and routing
o Software experience includes: HEC1, HEC-HMS, SWMM/XP-SWMM, TR-55, SBUH and HSPF Method programs

Hydraulics
o Pavement drainage, culverts, storm systems, pump stations, pressure pipe, bridge sizing and scour, sediment transport, revetment design, and coastal considerations for highway drainage
o Understanding of the various FHWA hydraulic engineering circulars and design series
o Flood analysis and knowledge of the NFIP including CLOMR and LOMRs
o Stormwater quantity / quality calculations, NPDES compliance and erosion control requirements
o Software experience includes: HY-8, Culvert Master, HEC-RAS, HEC-GEORAS, Storm CAD, Civil Storm, Pond Pack, Flow Master, 2D experience helpful such as SRH-2D

Drainage Design
o Development of drainage plans, profiles, specifications and estimates for transportation and other water resources projects. This includes developing terrain and other design components via models such as Inroads, Arc-GIS and other pre and post processing software packages.
o Software experience includes: Micro Station, AutoCAD, Arc-GIS, Geopak and Inroads or similar 3D stormwater modeling preferred.
Qualifications: Experience Required:
BS or MS in Civil Engineering
11+ years post-graduate experience.
Design experience or Design-Build project experience preferred
Must have excellent written and oral communication skills with the ability to work with individuals at all levels of the organization and support project efforts.
The candidate will possess strong project management skills including: scope development, schedule management and earned value management.
The candidate will lead plan production, specifications, estimate and drainage design development and will be responsible / in charge of engineering work and will be the Engineer of Record for final design projects.
Must have P.E./P.Eng
This position requires travel to project offices and work sites. Ability to travel 50% of the time.
Ability to freely access all points of a construction site in wide-ranging climates and environments.

Comments:
How To Apply:
Link to online application: Click Here
Application Deadline: 12/17/2019





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