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The Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation at Virginia Tech seeks applicants for a collegiate assistant professor position in the area of Environmental Informatics.
The College of Engineering of Utah State University is seeking a dynamic individual with strong leadership skills, knowledge, and experience in water and environmental research to fill the position of Director of the Utah Water Research Laboratory (UWRL).
The Hydrology and Hydraulics Engineer will work closely with senior staff in ESA’s Northern California Region to expand our Sacramento Environmental Hydrology & Design practice in the areas of flood management, habitat restoration and water resources engineering.
We are seeking an experienced restoration design engineer to join our expert team of planners, hydrologists, geomorphologists, and engineers in the Bay Area (Petaluma or Oakland office preferred).
ESA is seeking a Coastal Engineer to join the Coastal Zone Engineering and Management practice in Northern California.
The Montana Consortium for Research on Environmental Water Systems (CREWS) project is seeking a Data Curation Librarian to provide technical leadership and support for project data management and sharing, including development of, and compliance with, CREWS project data policies.
The Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering at NC State University is proud to announce the 2019 RISE (Research Internship Summer Experience) program.
Dr. Laura Condon at the University of Arizona is seeking a postdoctoral research associate to develop and test integrated hydrologic simulations of the Continental US.
One Concern is looking for Data Scientist specializing in Flood modeling to join our team at One Concern. This role will work on development and improvement of machine learning models in real-time flood forecasting and computational fluid dynamics modeling for hydraulic structures.
A postdoctoral research position at the intersection of surface hydrology and hydrogeology is available within the newly created Arequipa Nexus Institute for Food, Energy, Water, and the Environment.
The Utah State University (USU) Center for Colorado River Studies seeks a post-doctoral researcher to develop and test innovative alternatives to manage the Colorado River to achieve the dual goals of providing reliable water supplies and sustaining and enhancing the river’s ecosystem under hydrologic and ecologic uncertainties. This position is part of a collaborative initiative to explore a wide range of future Colorado River Basin reservoir and water-supply management strategies while considering ecosystem impacts. This position offers
The Utah Water Research Laboratory (UWRL) at Utah State University (USU) (http://uwrl.usu.edu), a multidisciplinary laboratory in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, attracts applicants from a variety of STEM backgrounds and is engaged in a wide range of challenging national and international research efforts. Continue reading to learn more about funded research groups.
Want to work with big data? Keen to link multiple water, energy, technical, behavioral, psychological, landscape, contextual, and other data streams? Like modeling across multiple platforms? Want to connect smart data and models to help utilities better manage water and energy? A doctoral research assistantship is available starting January 2019 funded by the Utah Water Research Labortaory / Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at Utah State University to develop smart data and smart models at a variety of individual user, utility, and larger scales to improve water and energy management.
Kent State University is seeking two graduate assistants for an NSF-funded collaborative project aimed at understanding how stormwater management decisions translate to hydrologic and environmental outcomes in urban streams in Cleveland (Ohio) and Denver (Colorado). These funded graduate student researchers will join an interdisciplinary team of scientists that includes ecologists, hydrologists, and social scientists across three institutions. These positions will be within the Departments of Geology and Biological Sciences at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio.