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We are looking for an experienced Economist to join our Sacramento office to work with our esteemed team of engineers, planners, and scientists. You will be involved in delivery and review of financial project work, while working as part of a multi-disciplinary team to deliver innovative solutions to clients in the water market. Your clients will include federal, state, and local agencies. You will have specific experience with water infrastructure investment, economic and financial decision support tools, and socio-economic impact analysis to support planning studies and environmental compliance.
Bring your attention to detail and drive for success, and we'll help you pursue your goals - so we can tackle challenging projects, together.Qualifications
Ideally, here's What You'll Also Have:
- A minimum of 5 years of experience.
- A Master's Degree in Economics or related field is required. PhD is preferred.
- Experience working with or for municipal agencies, special districts, and irrigation districts.
- Experience with financial modeling using MS Excel and VBA, including creating user interface dashboards.
- Familiarity with various economic valuation approaches, including benefit-transfer, willingness-to-pay, farm budget analyses, and various market pricing methods.
- Experience working with or for federal agencies and familiarity with the Principles and Requirements for Federal Investments in Water Resources , the Interagency Guidelines , and cost allocation methods.
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