Local recruitment: Environmental Scientist (JC-336631)

California State Water Resources Control Board

Sacramento, CA, USA 🇺🇸

To be considered for this position, you must apply at CalCareers.ca.gov. To apply you must first, create a CalCareers account. Once your account is created you can search 336631 to locate the job posting and apply. Note: This position will no longer be available on CalCareers after the job closes on 2/17/2023. No applications will be accepted after the job closing date.

Positions at the Water Boards may be eligible for telework with in-person attendance based on the operational needs of the position. Due to the COVID-19 public health emergency, applying electronically is highly encouraged.

Are you looking for an exciting and fulfilling career in water resource policy and management? If you enjoy using your scientific and communications skillsets and would like to help state decision makers reach consequential water rights decisions for the people and environment of California, then this may be the position for you! Apply today to join our team.

The State Water Resources Control Board’s Division of Water Rights has an opening for an Environmental Scientist in the Hearings Unit of the Bay Delta and Hearings Branch. The position is located at 1001 I Street, right in the heart of downtown Sacramento next to light rail stations and other public transportation.

This position offers a unique and challenging opportunity to participate on a multidisciplinary team of scientists, engineers, geologists, and attorneys developing and implementing a variety of drought planning and management initiatives, projects, and programs designed to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the State Water Board’s Division of Water Rights drought management actions. The scientist in this position may also be responsible for carrying out water right hearings and adjudicatory proceedings before the State Water Resources Control Board. The topics of these hearings may include major water supply infrastructure projects, such as the Department of Water Resources’ Delta Conveyance Project.

The scientist in this position may also work on a variety of special projects and assignments designed to support other high priority programs, initiatives, and efforts within the Division of Water Rights.

To learn more about this position and how to apply, please visit CalCareers and search position by job title or 336631.






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