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    These positions are located in the Natural Resources Stewardship and Science, Water Resources Division (WRD). The incumbent serves as an expert in all areas of hydrology, and provides critical technical knowledge and expertise in hydrology, riparian/wetland vegetation analyses, riparian restoration, fluvial geomorphology, hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, water resource policy and water rights to protect and/or restore NPS water and water-dependent resource values servicewide.

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    • Serve as a servicewide surface water and riparian science authority with responsibility for executing defined projects and providing technical assistance to National Park Service units.
    • Acquire quantitative hydrologic information by implementing field hydrologic data collection programs.
    • Address water resource issues associated with the management and/or restoration of park lands.
    • Analyze hydrologic data related to rainfall-runoff, stream flow, riparian/wetland function, and geomorphology using basic statistical techniques, hydrologic and hydraulic analytical techniques, and computer based models.
    • Prepare appropriate data summaries and displays, and provides technical interpretations and recommendations.
    • Apply hydrologic and hydraulic sciences to the resolution of project-based National Park Service water resources issues.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel up to 7 nights per month for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    1315 Hydrology

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