Hydrologic Instrumentation Research and Operations Chief

USGS | Posted May 17, 2024

Deadline: May 24, 2024

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10+ Years
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As the US Geological Survey's Hydrologic Instrumentation Research and Operations Chief within the Observing Systems Division (OSD) you will develop and manage a new purpose-built facility to support USGS hydrologic instrumentation, research and training.

Link to the job flyer: https://www.usajobs.gov/job/790736700

This position:
Manages, directs, and oversees hydrologic instrumentation testing, research, and training facilities at the new HIF facility and subordinate organizational components.

Oversees research investigating state of the art hydrologic monitoring and observing technologies in collaboration with the University of Alabama - Alabama Water Institute.

Serves as a senior advisor in the development, procurement, and provisioning of scientific instruments supporting water-resources activities on a national and international scale.

Manages and coordinates the planning and conduct of testing, evaluation and quality control in the procurement and development of new instruments to meet the constantly changing needs for hydrologic information.

USGS Water Mission Area - Hydrologic Instrumentation Research and Operations Chief (HIROC)
GS015 Supervisory Physical Scientist; job series 1301
Salary: $145,078 - $188,597 per year
Located on the University of Alabama Campus, Tuscaloosa
Travel may be required one to two weeks per month
Relocation expenses offered