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    Summary

    This position is located in Resource Stewardship and Science, in the Division Of Natural Resources and Science; and serves as a senior principal advisor in hydrology, with a focus on urban systems for parks throughout the region. The hydrologist is responsible for program development and implementation related to hydrology and water resources.

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    Responsibilities

    Analyzes complex urban and natural water resource issues related to the management of park lands.
    Evaluates potential impacts on water quality, water quantity and channel morphology by planned or existing land use activities, both within and external to park boundaries.
    Prepares management and scientific reports, appropriate data summaries and displays, and provides technical interpretations and recommendations.
    Utilizes standard computer programming to process and analyze hydrologic, hydraulic, and hydrochemical computer models.
    Conducts comprehensive water resource studies involving the development of quantitative hydrologic and hydraulic information for wetland/riparian restorations, hazardous materials evaluations, engineering designs, floodplain management and associated processes.
    The incumbent develops and implements scientifically credible protection, mitigation, and restoration projects needed to repair and/or maintain water resources, stream channels, and wetland habitats.
    Provides technical guidance to parks and the region by recommending approaches to address complex water resource problems.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Occasional travel for meetings and training will be required

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    12

  • Job family (Series)

    1315 Hydrology

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