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  • 08 Aug 2019 7:40 AM | Matt Brosman (Administrator)
    Environmental Science Associates (ESA) is seeking an Environmental Scientist II in Delray Beach. The Environmental Scientist II is an entry to mid-level scientist in the Environmental Scientist professional series. This role includes performing natural resource-related environmental evaluations and studies, such as environmental assessments in support of regulatory permitting; scientific and technical assessments in support of NEPA, and other multi-disciplinary evaluations; field and geospatial data collection, processing, and analysis; and report preparation. The Environmental Scientist II may specialize in one of a number of areas, including, but not limited to: environmental science, geology, oceanography, natural resources management, soil science, water quality/limnology, or related field. The Environmental Scientist II works under the supervision of more senior environmental scientists or project managers. Job posting
  • 30 Jul 2019 10:00 AM | Matt Brosman (Administrator)

    This is an annual contractual position; the appointment is as the Chief Executive Officer of the Withlacoochee Regional Water Supply Authority. The position is referred to as the Executive Director and reports directly to the Board of Directors of the Authority. The position includes daily direction and operating responsibility, including managing all of the Authority's consulting contracts and project contracts as well as budgeting and financial responsibility. The Executive Director is responsible for organizing and preparing the monthly Board meeting agenda and ensuring minutes of the meeting are prepared. The Executive Director functions as the principal agent of the 13-member Board of Directors in recommending and implementing policies the Board adopts and also participates in Authority activities and performs other duties as needed. The position is responsible for ensuring compliance with all federal and state requirements. Job posting

  • 24 Jun 2019 11:30 AM | Matt Brosman (Administrator)

    ADA is currently looking to hire an entry/associate level engineer/hydrologist to support the St. Petersburg office in various types of projects that require modeling. Other responsibilities of the position entail preparation of complete and accurate stormwater management reports, drainage design and environmental permitting with water management districts and other municipalities. Critical, analytical, and independent thinking is highly valuable in the work we do as we are constantly problem-solving complex issues. Job posting

  • 19 Jun 2019 12:47 PM | Matt Brosman (Administrator)

    The South Florida Water Management District is seeking candidates for the Chief of District Resiliency (CDR). The CDR will lead the District to prepare for the environmental, physical and economic impacts of climate change, especially sea level rise. Reporting to the Assistant Executive Director, the CDR will work with staff within the District as well as local government and other state agencies to develop and coordinate the implementation of comprehensive District wide resilience goals to mitigate and adapt to the challenges facing the District’s infrastructure and core functions from climate change. The CDR will implement a synergistic approach to resilience planning among government agencies, local communities, and stakeholders to ensure that resources are leveraged appropriately to achieve resilience goals. The ideal candidate will possess discipline-specific knowledge, leadership, communication and business skills to identify environmental threats and promote resolution through working closely with stakeholders, the public, and government leaders. Job posting

  • 11 Jun 2019 9:31 AM | Matt Brosman (Administrator)

    The Southwest Florida Water Management District is seeking an Environmental Scientist to conduct varied levels of scientific and technical work establishing environmental flows (Minimum Flows and Levels, MFLs) for estuarine and flowing fresh water systems. The successful candidate will: Summarize and interpret data, develop related recommendations, and perform statistical analysis of hydrologic or environmental data. Prepare and present technical reports. Develop scopes of work, prepare requests for proposals and bids, negotiate contracts, monitor work, review and approve invoices, review final deliverables for consultant studies. As needed, support springs protection efforts through planning, managing and conducting environmental research investigations, water quality and habitat restoration projects. Job posting

  • 04 Jun 2019 8:15 AM | Matt Brosman (Administrator)

    One Professional Engineer position and two Senior Professional Engineer positions are open at St. Johns River Water Management District. The positions entail project management and professional engineering work in civil engineering projects. Job posting

  • 04 Jun 2019 8:12 AM | Matt Brosman (Administrator)

    This is moderately complex, technical work developing, reviewing and correcting sampling methods and procedures or reviewing and correcting raw hydro-meteorological data to ensure reliability and validity of the data, developing and instructing hydrologic staff in sample collection techniques to ensure the reliability of the data collected, and testing and calibrating radio/cellular telemetry hydrologic data collection instrumentation. Job posting

  • 04 Jun 2019 8:10 AM | Matt Brosman (Administrator)

    This is professional work providing on-site supervision of the Hydrological Field Program data collection staff. Directly supervises Palatka-based hydrologic data collection field and telemetry network staff and coordinates the activities of hydrologic data collection field staff in other offices; ensures that work loads are properly distributed and makes necessary adjustments to work assignments in order to accomplish the tasks in a timely and efficient manner. Supervises employee performance to ensure metrics and goals are accomplished. Job posting

  • 04 Jun 2019 8:08 AM | Matt Brosman (Administrator)

    Responsible for design, oversight, and management of the District’s extensive hydrologic monitoring network, which includes permanent and project-based monitoring, and which consists of over 700 wells, 360 surface water level and discharge stations, and 92 rain gauges. Responsible for oversight of hydrologic field data collection as well as quality assurance and data management. This position serves as the hydrologic technical lead for the Bureau of Water Resource Information. Job posting

  • 18 May 2019 6:30 PM | Jeremy McBryan (Administrator)

    Leads and oversees the Water Use Bureau of the Regulation Division in both West Palm Beach and the Service Centers in order to maintain consistency in permit regulatory reviews, conformance with regulatory timelines, rules and statutes, and implementation of the Water Use compliance program. Serves as decision maker for the Bureau’s day-to-day and long-term operations. Job posting.

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