Limited-term with a maximum of 1400 hours per calendar year (approx. 25 hours per week).
Start Date: June 2021
End Date: Current funding is available through June 30, 2022.
Please state in your resume if you have the following desired qualifications (Please note, these are not required but will be helpful)
- Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science, Geology or Biology or a Graduate Certificate in Hydrology or 2 years of equivalent work experience in the environmental sciences field.
- Experience collecting field measurements for the evaluation of stream condition, Including:
- Macroinvertebrate sampling
- Habitat measurements
- Land elevation surveys using an auto level and a total station.
- Water quality data logging instrumentation
- Ability to perform analysis of data collected and support creation of technical memorandums and reports
- Ability to perform data management tasks with self-motivated, methodical, and detailed approach.
- Knowledge or experience using environmental data analysis software such as R.
- Proficient with various software including ESRI ArcGIS and MS Excel
- Ability to work closely with others on a team while maintaining social distancing requirements
The following minimum qualifications are required for this position:
- Knowledge of earth sciences such as hydrology, geomorphology, geology, ecology, hydrogeology, environmental engineering, and geotechnics.
- Experience conducting environmental monitoring
- Experience using data management software (including MS Excel) for data entry,data quality control, data analysis, and reporting
- Ability to carry a minimum of 40 pounds of monitoring equipment over rough terrain during inclement weather.
- Ability to drive BES work vehicle or personal vehicle to fieldwork sites.
Applicant must also possess:
- A valid state driver's license and acceptable driving record at the time of hire.