Integrated Regional Water Management Specialist

Stantec | Posted Jul 1, 2024

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Experience Level:
5-10 Years
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Stantec is seeking an experienced Integrated Water Management Specialist to join our intern-disciplinary team of public affairs and community water planning professionals, each committed to delivering sound and strategic consulting services to a range of local, regional, state, and federal clients. This position is in and will be supervised from our office in Pasadena, California. If working in partnership with communities to plan, learn, teach, and implement challenging water plans and projects while on teams delivering solutions to some of California’s most complex water resource opportunities appeals to you, join us.

Leverage and apply your experience with some, or all, of the following:
-Watershed or water resources planning and management
-Integrated water resources management, stormwater resources planning
-Environmental justice
-Community engagement
-Equitable water infrastructure
-Water policy
-Achievement of the California legislated human right to water
-Join and participate with inter-disciplinary teams on water resources projects throughout California and the western U.S.
-Conduct community-engaged planning and assessments supporting water supply, sanitation, flood control, and environmental restoration projects.
-Lead implementation of projects and programs identified by community members that overcome challenges and reinforce strengths, facilitating work of interdisciplinary teams and coordinating with regulatory agencies and project partners to overcome hurdles.
-Support small drinking water systems with effective governance and management in service to their communities, and in identifying and implementing long-term solutions to drinking water challenges.
-Develop educational resources with specific learning objectives, instructional materials, and content focused on water and environmental topics, and tailored to various audiences and communities based on their needs, learning styles, and most used language.
-Lead and contribute to the development of water system education and curricula related to small water system management and operations.
-Lead preparation of presentations for client exhibits, in-person and online community engagement events, public presentations, and plan documents for online and hard copy publication.
-Coordinate with community members, clients, project managers, project engineers and staff, regulatory agencies, and subcontractors on project deliverables.
-Perform project administration including preparing facilitation plans, reports, gathering information, drafting proposals and correspondence, completing progress reports, and conducting project management.