|The following minimum qualifications are required for this position:|
- Knowledge of physical, biological, and/or ecological sciences, including knowledge in one or more of the following areas: wetlands, water quality, chemistry, limnology, statistics, botany, environmental science, engineering, hydrology, ecology, soils, geology, or research methodology.
- Knowledge and experience applying theory and principles of environmental science to one or more of the following areas: watershed planning, restoration and management, technical investigations, impact analysis, monitoring.
- Ability and experience planning and managing projects, including: reviewing, organizing and directing the work of a work group; motivating assigned staff and managing work flow; developing and monitoring project scope, budget, and schedule.
- Knowledge and experience working with environmental laws and code for compliance and permitting, such as the Clean Water Act, Safe Drinking Water Act, Endangered Species Act, Federal Emergency Management Agency, and/or other local, state and federal laws.
- Ability and experience analyzing and clearly presenting data and technical information in verbal, written, graphic, tabular or other forms and conducting effective presentations to various audiences, agencies and the public.