About the Position: Sacramento, capital of the U.S. state of California, lies at the confluence of the Sacramento River and American River. The district of Old Sacramento harkens back to the city's Gold Rush era, with wooden sidewalks and wagon rides. One of several museums in Old Sacramento, the California State Railroad Museum depicts the construction of the Transcontinental Railroad, one of the country's earliest technological feats.Learn more about this agency
- Prepares study conclusions and recommendations based on evaluations and in accordance with established policy, regulations, the views of local sponsor, agencies, and public interests.
- Coordinates the activities of a range of technical specialists (e.g, economists, engineers, cultural resources specialists, environmentalists) ensuring their products meet the requirements of the study
- Uses professional knowledge of the Water Resource Planning process to identify problems and arrive at a recommendation for water resource studies.
- Leads the preparation of or prepares various reports, study plans, and the final study report ensuring consistency and technical accuracy.
- Collaborates with partners and stakeholders to establish study goals, objectives, and alternative plans to address water resources problems.
- Organizes, attends, participates in and/or conducts meetings, conferences, and workshops with local and agency jurisdictions
25% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position. Business travel is approximately 25%.
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