Bureau of Water Supply Planning
As a Technical Program Manager, you will play a pivotal role in protecting the regions springs, lakes, rivers, and wetlands. As a member of the Bureau of Water Supply Planning, you will be a leader in protecting water resources while ensuring a sustainable water supply for growth in the region. Members of the Bureau work toward meeting these goals in a collaborative and productive atmosphere. You will lead a team of scientists, engineers, and hydrologists to evaluate the potential impacts to these water resources and their related ecosystems that may result from groundwater and surface water withdrawals. Working with your team and the region’s stakeholders, you will develop solutions to address any impacts, while ensuring that future water supply needs are met and that our natural resources are protected. The solutions you develop include the identification of water conservation measures that could be implemented or identifying projects to recharge the aquifer and/or quantifying alternative sources of water to meet the current and future water use demands.
Job duties include:
- Supervise your team to develop and use cutting edge approaches to assess impacts. Examples of this work include reviewing the results from and/or using surface and groundwater models, statistical analysis, and/or geospatial analysis to characterize the relationship between water withdrawals and their potential impact to the ecosystems, surrounding surface waters, wetlands, or springs.
- Develop and recommend solutions, in collaboration with internal and external stakeholders, to address impacts to water resources and their related ecosystems through implementation of local and regional projects such as water conservation, identifying alternative water supply sources and groundwater recharge, surface water capture and storage or other options to meet demands, while protecting the resource. Your recommendations will serve as a key component to support the statutory requirements for development of Regional Water Supply Plans and Minimum Flows and Minimum Levels (MFLs) Prevention and Recovery strategies.
- You will serve as an agency subject matter expert on matters of resource assessment, mitigation approaches, strategy development and project implementation.
A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in one of the physical, engineering, or natural sciences. Five years of experience in water resource management, with at least one year of experience serving as a project team lead and coordinating activities of a workgroup.
Graduate level education from an accredited college or university in the areas described above can substitute on a year for year basis for up to two of the five years of the required experience in water resource management. Additional Details: Salary Range:
$67,288.00 - $89,710.40 Annually
Starting salary is based on qualifications and experience.
Benefits include Florida Retirement System, health insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, long-term disability, paid leave and holidays, professional development, wellness program and telework options.
Your application will receive careful consideration and, if selected for an interview, you will be contacted to schedule an appointment. St. Johns River Water Management District participates in E-Verify. E-Verify is an internet-based system that allows businesses to determine the eligibility of their employees to work in the United States.
Certain service members and veterans, and the spouses and family members of such service members and veterans will receive preference in employment and are encouraged to apply.
Equal Employment Opportunity/Veterans’ Preference/Drug-Free and Tobacco-Free Workplace
A valid Florida Driver’s License, Class E, is required Location:
Palatka Closing Date:
Open until filled Apply: https://www.sjrwmd.com/jobs