- Denver Water’s External Affairs Division/Environmental Planning Section is currently seeking a qualified candidate to assist us as a Watershed Scientist. Under general supervision, the Watershed Scientist will serve in a technical role as part of a team that will develop and implement Denver Water’s watershed management program. The key goals include preserving high water quality for drinking water supplies, well-functioning forest health and ecological systems, and cooperative partnerships with numerous stakeholders and groups interested in watersheds and source water protection. Apply on-line by visiting www.denverwater.org/careers. Resumes and Cover Letters may be attached to the application as one document.
- Northern Water is beginning engineering design on several major projects, including Chimney Hollow Reservoir, the Northern Integrated Supply Project and Southern Water Supply Project II. Job duties for the Water Resources Project Engineer are widely varied and include responsibilities for planning, permitting, design oversight, and construction management.The successful applicant must be a registered, or able to acquire, PE in Colorado & a minimum of 5-10 yrs’ experience. Desired candidates will have experience with geotechnical applications related to embankments and foundations and/or have experience with water conveyance structures, including mechanical design of pipelines, pumping stations, and related appurtenances.
- White Sands Water Engineers is looking for a full-time, senior level water resource engineer to join our small, hard-working team. This opportunity is open to candidates with 8 or more years of experience in water resource engineering. Candidates must be knowledgeable in Colorado water law and water rights, and expertise in consumptive use analyses, hydrology and/or ground water engineering is preferred. Professional registration is also preferred. Position will be determined based on candidate experience level. Candidates should apply by submitting a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information please see our website at www.whitesandswater.com
- None at this time
- Olivia Jobin is an M.S. in Civil Engineering (hydraulics/river restoration emphasis) candidate expected to graduate in May 2017. She is currently assessing nutrient management tradeoff and targets under uncertainty and is interested in river engineering/restoration and hydrologic analyses. View resume here.
- Travis Hardee is an M.S. in Civil Engineering (hydraulics/river restoration emphasis) candidate expected to graduate in May 2017. He is currently using 2D hydraulic models to predict fish passage at whitewater parks and is interested in river engineering and river restoration projects. View resume here.
- Bihu Suchetana holds a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and a Master’s degree in Water Resources & Environmental Engineering. She is a PhD candidate, developing statistical models to evaluate wastewater treatment plant compliance with federal and state regulations. View resume here.
- Ben Wostoupal holds Bachelor’s degrees in Economics and Environmental Science. He is a M.S. in Civil Engineering candidate and is developing hydro-economic and optimization models to research water supply planning and management under various water shortage scenarios. View resume here.
- Jeffrey Jung is a Ph.D. candidate at Colorado State University. He has worked for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation over four years as a primary developer of the framework to evaluate the uncertainty associated with sediment transport models. View resume here.
- Qianyu Fan, studying now at the University of Colorado Boulder for Master Degree in Civil Engineering and I will graduate from this university at May, 2017. I am looking for a full time position or internship position of civil engineer(Water Field) May `29th onward. I have had two engineering summer intern experience separately in China and U.S, and currently have internship in Boulder, US. I am very interested in water field and want to involve in the field in my career path. View resume here.
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