Trout Unlimited is hiring 2 Conservation Hydrology Interns for our upcoming field season. This internship is a unique, paid opportunity for students, recent grads or someone new to the conservation field to learn skills that will serve them in any conservation career they choose to pursue.
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Rincon Consultants Water Resources Internship
Rincon Consultants, Inc. is seeking a Water Resources Intern who will assist professional environmental scientists, planners, and engineers. We are seeking an enthusiastic, entrepreneurial, and motivated individual who excels in working in a fast-paced, evolving practice to grow our water resources planning and watershed management services across California. Please see the following for more information:…
American Rivers is hiring a new Associate Director of CA Central Valley River Restoration. The Associate Director will help American Rivers develop and implement exciting and inspiring projects to protect and restore rivers and floodplains in the Sacramento and San Joaquin River watersheds and Delta.
Please see the attached job description or visit https://www.americanrivers.org/about-us/careers/associate-director-of-california-central-valley-river-restoration/.
Applications will be considered immediately.
The Department of Applied Environmental Science at California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB) invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in Environmental Science at the assistant professor rank to begin in Fall 2022. We are seeking candidates with a demonstrated commitment to teaching and research in Earth surface processes, such as fluvial geomorphology, stream hydrology, and/or wildfire-mediated hillslope dynamics. We seek a colleague who will provide leadership in the watershed systems concentration of our Environmental Science, Technology, and Policy B.S. and our Environmental Science M.S. degree programs by engaging in externally-funded, regional research projects that both enrich the student experience and feed a sustained record of publication. The ideal candidate would capitalize on the outstanding research opportunities near CSUMB by responding to the research needs of our community and building upon existing regional partnerships with resource agencies, non- profits, and consulting firms. They would also apply their research to socially relevant environmental watershed issues such as endangered/threatened species and/or water quality and water supply.
Position details and application instructions can be found at: https://apptrkr.com/2718749
Application review will begin February 11, 2022, and continue until the position is filled.
The Network for Engineering with Nature (NEWN) is a multi-institutional research entity for studying the role of natural, built, and social systems as part of an infrastructure portfolio. The network has a major research focus area on the interplay between infrastructure and biodiversity objectives. We are hiring a postdoctoral scholar to generally examine how engineering and design practices can more seamlessly incorporate biodiversity as both a design outcome and a benefit to engineering performance. Specifically, this position will focus on long-term asset management of dams and other freshwater infrastructure (e.g., decisions about removal, repair, divestment, etc.). Additionally, the position will collaborate closely with other NEWN investigators on a variety of other cutting-edge topics related to natural infrastructure and nature-based solutions. Click here for more info.
Please also note that N-EWN has other postdoctoral positions currently available on other topics as well. Please refer to here for more info.
Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) is a highly influential NGO providing expertise to California officials on various policy issues, including a strong emphasis on water. PPIC is hiring one or more temporary, full- or part-time research project assistants. This could be a 6-month full-time position, or for current students a 10-20 hrs/wk position. Dataset management and quantitative analysis in R, STATA, or similar programs, and/or expertise in GIS. Guaranteed consideration for applications received before December 15. The posting for the position can be found here. The position is written assuming the San Francisco office as a base, but remote work would be possible for the right candidate.
Restoration Design Group is a small, interdisciplinary landscape architecture and engineering firm focused on open space design, planning, and ecological restoration. They are seeking a motivated individual interested in creek restoration with the ability to draft construction documents in AutoCAD, produce graphic materials, and conduct occasional outdoor field work. Click here to read more about the hiring.
Additional information about RDG can be found on their website: www.RestorationDesignGroup.com and also our social media accounts (@RDG_Inc on Twitter and @RestorationDesignGroup on Instagram).
In this Entry Level Water Resources Staff Engineer position, you will apply your knowledge of principles of hydrology and hydraulics to respond to a broad range of water resources engineering assignments in surface-water riverine and estuarine environments to:
- Study open channel flow, sediment transport, scour, stability, and deposition issues in rivers and reservoirs.
- Estimate flood hazards and risk. Develop mitigation measures and alternatives for watersheds, including flood forecasting and inundation mapping.
- Evaluate complex water resource systems including watersheds receiving rain and snow.
- Perform integrated hydrologic modeling including potential impacts on surface and groundwater due to climate changes.
- Conduct dam/levee engineering and safety investigations to include dam breach analysis, feasibility planning, operations studies, drainage analysis, water control manual updates.
- Work as part of a project team to develop high quality deliverables for our clients.