- Develop detailed water resources calculations, concept diagrams, and technical analysis for projects.
- Develop and write strategic, watershed, water supply, master and other planning documents for client and public audiences.
- Collect and interpret data about water quality and supply availability, demand, use, conveyance, distribution and storage.
- Develop, calibrate and run hydraulic and hydrologic systems models for distribution and collection systems and/or surface water and ground water systems.
- Characterize local, regional and inter-regional water resources needs, goals, options and strategies.
- Identify and investigate integrated water resource alternatives and project concepts to meet client needs.
- Analyze feasibility and evaluate alternatives and project concepts.
- Provide decision support modeling and/or analysis.
- Identify project and program implementation strategies including funding and financing options.
- Prepare funding applications.
- Understanding of federal and state regulations and interacting with government agencies.
- Seek opportunities to prepare technical papers to be published or presented.
- Bachelor’s Degree is required.
- Minimum of 6 years of professional experience required.
- Technical writing experience and the ability to coordinate and interact with co-workers, project staff, various clients and government agencies.
- Experience should include familiarity with master planning and regulatory requirements.