As a Civil Engineer your duties will include but are not limited to the following:
Serves as a project leader or senior project member for complete hydrologic investigations by planning, conducting, and reporting on studies. Modifies established hydrologic techniques or procedures.
Develops approaches, standards, methods, guides, and procedures for conducting studies.
Plans, performs, coordinates and directs comprehensive hydrologic studies of hydrologic systems in accordance with and applicable authorizations, policy, and regulatory requirements.
Develops, modifies, and utilizes relational databases and related applications to maintain hydrologic data for conducting operational support and planning analyses.
Works on complex or controversial water issues whose solutions require a proven understanding of hydrology and one or more related disciplines such as hydraulics, geology, ecology, and the complexities of ground or surface water flow.
Serves as subject matter expert for the supported state/region/supported organizations.
Works with Federal, State, local and/or tribal land managers to ensure water resources management practices are consistent with Clean Water Act, Safe Drinking Water Act, Federal Land Management Policy Act, and the National
Environmental Policy Act, state laws, and various regional, State, Federal, and local policies and procedural guidance and with Interior Board of Land Appeal decisions.
Prepares investigative project proposals and develops work plans and protocols which include consideration of previous experimental and theoretical analyses, evaluation of all available data from various sources, and the development and adaptation of procedures and methods of investigation. Independently conducts interpretive studies or contributes to large scale hydrologic projects.
Serves as principal contact with cooperating agencies in the identification, design, planning, and conduct of water resources investigations.
Writes and publishes reports of findings as internal or external reports, recommendations to resource managers, or scientific journal publications.
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Starts: May 09, 2023 0:00am
Ends: May 19, 2023 0:00am