Supervises and coordinates the data collection activities that support scientific investigations and technical analyses of the Edwards Aquifer and its contributing watersheds.
Coordinates development, automation, and integration of data collection systems that include aquifer water level and water quality measurements, rain
gauges, weather stations, stream flows, and spring flows; interfaces with other departments to support their data collection needs; installs, programs,
and maintains data loggers, instrumentation, and associated data telemetry systems; supervises and trains staff on the use and maintenance of data
collection equipment, telemetry systems, and entry of data into databases; assists in developing data collection procedures and ensures staff adherence to data quality protocols; assists data management team linking of telemetered data feeds to databases and development of data queries used to generate reports and make data available to the public through web-based applications.
Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science, Engineering, Geology, Hydrology, Computer Science, Data Administration, or a closely related field
plus a minimum of five years of progressive responsibility of which two must be performed in a supervisory capacity; or a Master’s degree plus a minimum
of three years of progressive responsibility of which two years must be performed in a supervisory capacity; experience in developing and maintaining
automated data collection systems preferred; experience with developing interfaces between database systems and web-based applications is preferred;
some familiarity in MSSQL, scripting languages, using APIs, and data integration tools will be a strong plus; must possess excellent written, oral, written, time management and organizational skills; ability to exercise initiative, independent judgment and responsibility; a valid driver’s license; and the ability to operate a motor vehicle.
Applications will be accepted through 4:30 p.m Friday, August 12, 2016 . Completion of an application is required. Applications may be
obtained from our website, www.edwardsaquifer.org, at the Edwards Aquifer Authority located at 900 E. Quincy, San Antonio, TX
78215 or by calling (210) 222-2204.