The Specialist works with municipalities and others to proactively protect sources of public drinking water throughout New Hampshire by creating grassroots drinking water protection committees and developing source water protection plans and watershed management plans. The Specialist holds educational workshops, develops inventories of potential sources of contamination, guides volunteer drinking water committees through a management priority setting process and collates this information into plans of action.
At a minimum, candidates should have a bachelor's degree in a natural resources related field. A masters degree is preferred. Candidates should have knowledge about water resources, proven experience teaching lay people and coordinating volunteer groups. Excels at making formal presentations, developing technical reports, uses Microsoft office applications and ArcView to develop maps.
Looking for someone who enjoys helping others, has a positive attitude and takes pride in their work to join our team. We are passionate about our mission and appreciate a good sense of humor! Reliable transportation, valid driver's license and a willingness to travel throughout New Hampshire are required. Establish your field office in a New Hampshire location or nearby in Vermont or Massachusetts.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $45,000.00 - $52,000.00 per year
- 401(k) matching
- Monday to Friday
The successful candidate can develop projects via video conferencing and can take all necessary safety precautions due to COVID 19.
- Fully Remote
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