U.S. nationals: Supervisory Hydrologist

U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)
Albuquerque, NM, United States
Position Type: 
Full-Time
Organization Type: 
Government
Experience Level: 
Not Specified

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Summary

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Salary: $127,608 (Step 01) to $165,896 (Step 10).
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Responsibilities

As a Supervisory Hydrologist (Center Director) within the New Mexico Water Science Center (NMWSC) of the Rocky Mountain Region (RMW), some of your specific duties will include:

  • Supervision - fulfill the obligations, mission goals and strategic directions of the NMWSC through: effective configuration and management of the NMWSC workforce; provision of necessary resources and training; ensuring accountability in conduct and performance through application of DOI and USGS policies; and providing for a safe work environment.
  • Project Management- fulfill the obligations, mission goals and strategic directions of the NMWSC by: obtaining and distributing necessary resources; providing sound fiscal and operational management; and optimizing facilities to realize cost efficiencies and support scientific excellence;
  • Science Management- fulfill the obligations, mission goals and strategic directions of the NMWSC by: defining the overall science program of the NMWSC; overseeing the planning, conduct, and completion of all NMWSC science activities; developing science strategies in response to current and future needs; and ensuring the integrity of NMWSC science activities and products through the application and enforcement of USGS science quality policies
  • Communication & Representation: active representation of and advocacy for all NMWSC employees, activities, and capabilities; active communication of information to, from, and through the NMWSC; represent NMWSC, RMR, and USGS in communication to Federal, state, tribal and local agencies; and advise RMR and USGS leadership about sensitive issues, impacts, and actions or remedies.