DELAWARE RIVER BASIN COMMISSION
TITLE OF POSITION: Senior Water Resource Engineer
TYPE OF APPOINTMENT: Full-Time Probationary
DRBC: GRADE E20 - E22
SALARY RANGE: $62,100 – $105,200
SECTION: Water Resource Planning
SUPERVISED BY: Manager, Water Resource Planning
The Commission is seeking a Senior Water Resource Engineer to work in the Water Resource Planning Section of the Water Resource Management Branch.
Duties will include:
Providing technical expertise, project supervision, and project management for planning projects, investigations and studies.
Leading engineering and planning teams in evaluation of: water resource availability; watershed budgeting; flow management; resiliency; water use sustainability; water demand forecasts; consumptive use forecasts; water efficiency; water storage optimization and adequacy; and impacts of climate change.
Coordinating with various Commission departments and technical branches to prepare long term water supply plans.
Coordinating internal and external resources to meet planning project objectives.
Serving as a senior technical resource for water resource planning and other pertinent subjects needed to support Commission needs and objectives.
Reviewing and supervising hydrologic analyses, modeling and other technical water resource analyses performed by in-house staff and by external consultants.
Presenting and communicating project updates and results to the Commissioners, the public, and stakeholders outside the Commission.
Managing project budgets and schedules.
Enhancing performance and contributing to continuous improvement in the organization.
Sharing knowledge and information relevant to other members of the organization.
Knowledge / Skills:
Team and project leadership.
Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Proven skills in managing complex projects.
Demonstrated ability to work on a team as well as independently.
Ability to assess new technology and current trends in water resource management.
Proven ability to build and maintain internal and external relationships, as well as with representatives of local, state and federal regulatory agencies.
Education: A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in Engineering is required. A Master’s Degree in Engineering is preferred. A Professional Engineering License is required.
Experience: Candidates must have a minimum eight years of experience in the water resources field.
Instructions to Applicants:
Send resume via email to: [Click Here to Email Your Resumé]
Applicant must be authorized to work lawfully in the United States.
Deadline for filing applications: 4:00 p.m., Friday, June 15, 2018