Required: Bachelor's in Hydrology, water management, Environmental Science, Engineering, Plant & Soil Science, Natural Resources Management, or closely related degree
*Five years of laboratory research experience or a master’s degree and two years of demonstrated laboratory experience
*Demonstrated skills relevant to current research
*At least one years of experience in hydrologic and/or water quality data collection and assessment
Valid driver’s license. Reliable transportation for travel connected with official duties. Reimbursement for official travel
Working knowledge of MS Office Suite; excellent written and oral information delivery skills;
Working knowledge of water monitoring systems and experimental design;
Ability to work outdoors in potentially inclement weather conditions and lift at least 50 lbs;
Ability to interact effectively with diverse groups including the public, agricultural interests, city and county officials, non-profit and environmental advocacy organizations, and water resource personnel from Land Grant Universities and state and federal agencies;
Ability to multi task and work cooperatively with others; Ability to work independently with minimal supervision;
Ability to travel statewide as necessary to coordinate program efforts is required; Proficiency in statistical assessment of environmental data.
Preferred: Master's in Hydrology, water management, Environmental Science, Engineering, Plant & Soil Science, Natural Resources Management, or a closely related field with coursework related to watershed management and/or natural resource management
Two or more years relevant professional experience with grant writing, project management, water quality and/or hydrologic monitoring, data analysis, and stakeholder engagement.
Preferred Certifications: Geographic information systems
Experience in automated hydrological/water quality field data collection, use of water quality monitoring sondes, and general lab techniques; Experience in stakeholder engagement and effective grant writing.