The NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program entitled Stakeholder Informed Modeling of Innovations in the Food-Energy-Water Nexus is now accepting applications for Summer 2020. To learn more about the program and apply, please visit: https://cereo.wsu.edu/reu-stakeholder-few-innovations/. (Note: acceptance into the program will be based on a pending NSF award for this project.)
Do you know Zotero? Cite publications? Have you worked in an office setting?
We are looking for an enthusiastic person to help enter research publications, bibliographic data, file office paperwork, assist with website upkeep, assist with travel reimbursements, etc. If this is you, please let us know. Apply today.
We look forward to meeting with you.
The Water Research Center and The Center for Environmental Research, Education and Outreach
$13.50 per hour
Applications close on August 4th, 2019 at 5:00 pm
Apply online at Handshake, for more information please contact Jacqueline McCabe at 509-335-5531
The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University (ASU) and the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment (SSEBE) seeks applicants for a tenured or tenure-track faculty position in groundwater hydrology and sustainability.
Appointment may be at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank commensurate with the candidate’s experience and accomplishments.
The projected start date is August 2019, but accommodation can be made for the best candidate.
More details and the link to apply for the position can be found here:
The USGS is seeking summer interns to evaluate hydrologic cycle models and observational data across the United States. A prototype tool has been developed that allows exploration of observations and model results at several spatial and temporal scales. During the summer, a team of students will engage in rigorous application of this tool to identify the strengths and weaknesses of existing models of the hydrologic cycle. Students will also have the opportunity to improve the tool and add functionality. Through frequent interactions with developers of hydrologic models within USGS, interns will be challenged to think critically about the representation of hydrologic processes used in models and to consider alternative strategies towards model development and evaluation. Students will be encouraged to think of their work as culminating in a presentation or scientific publication highlighting the strengths and weaknesses of hydrologic process representation. This unique summer session will be held at the USGS offices in the Denver Federal Center.
Applications through USAJobs are due April 10.
Please contact either of the project leads, William Farmer (firstname.lastname@example.org, 303-236-4981) or Jessica Driscoll (email@example.com, 303-236-4979), with any questions.
CLOSING DATE: 02/12/18 11:59 PM
Full time position, located at Ellensburg, WA.
Interested in Water Resources and supporting the generation of revenue for Schools? Join DNR’s Agriculture team to sustainably manage water supplies on State Trust Lands for the benefit of the schools. This position is responsible for water supply data management, water use measurement and reporting for irrigated agriculture, and water-related analyses and recommendations for DNR leases that rely on State water supplies. Work includes providing programmatic guidance to Land Managers, providing guidance on day-to-day water rights and irrigation district allotment related issues, working to streamline business practices associated with our water rights portfolio, developing a water use measurement and reporting program and ensuring DNR water rights are not relinquished. This position may be filled at the NRS 2 In-Training level and upon successful completion of a formal training program the incumbent would be promoted to the NRS 3 level.
For more information and to apply: https://www.dnr.wa.gov/employment/jobs
WSU Water Faculty,
Are you interested in Being a WSU Delegate for the Universities Council on Water Resources?
WSU is an institutional member of the Universities Council on Water Resources (UCOWR), which is a great organization that focuses on connecting academic water researchers, educators, and others for sharing expertise, building leadership, and developing partnerships for addressing water resource issues of today. If you are not familiar with the organization, check it out at http://ucowr.org/.
The Washington State Section of the American Water Resources Association (AWRA) is seeking nominations for its 2017 – 18 Fellowship Award. For the 2017 – 18 academic year two fellowships will be given. One award will be to a member of a Washington Section affiliated Student Chapter. The other award will go to a student enrolled in a graduate program at a college or university in Washington State. Both fellowships are for a full-time graduate student completing an advanced degree in an interdisciplinary water resources subject. In addition to $2000 in cash, the award includes a one-year membership in both the State and National AWRA, a one-year subscription to the Journal of the American Water Resources Association, and admission to the Washington State Section Annual Conference.
For more information and to apply: AWRA_FELLOWSHIP App 17-18 v1
Starting Salary: $60,000 to $65,000 – Depending on experience, knowledge, skills, abilities
Benefits Include: Excellent Health benefits (including Vision and Dental), retirement plan, paid holidays, vacation, sick leave, comp-time, and a flexible schedule
Employment Type: Full-time (40 hours/week)
Closing Date: Open until filled
Please send a cover letter, resume and three professional references to:
Wendy Harris firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information
Tuesday, May 16 to Wednesday, May 17 in Yakima, WA at the Yakima Convention Center.
The Washington Stormwater Center is in need of volunteers to help with the Washington State Municipal Stormwater Conference, MuniCon 2017. Over 300 municipal stormwater managers and related stormwater professionals around the state are registered to attend. This is a great opportunity to expand your network in stormwater by making connections and to learn about industry tools and cutting-edge management techniques.
- Commit to work a four-hour shift, preferably starting at 7 am or 11 am either day of the conference. We will work with you on scheduling and will do our best to accommodate your schedule.
- Conference fee will be waived for you to attend day one workshops, day two presentations, and networking events.
On conference days, we will need help with administrative tasks, information services, presentation assistance and other assigned tasks.
Please send your name, the best way and time to reach you (e.g. text, e-mail), volunteer work time preference, and any dietary restrictions to Laurie Larson at email@example.com or 253-445-4593.
National Center for Atmospheric Research
Full consideration of applications received by April 7, 2017
The Integrated Assessment Modeling group at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in Boulder, Colorado, seeks a postdoctoral researcher in spatial modeling of land use change to develop and apply models at the US and global scale with a focus on agriculture. Key functions in this position are to (1) analyze and employ historical land use and land cover data, including crop-specific changes in agricultural land use, to estimate and validate statistical models of land use change; (2) participate in a comparison of results with those from other land use models; (3) conceive of, and carry out, improvements to the statistical model based on the results of the comparison with observations and with other models; (4) interact with integrated assessment and land surface modelers (including those employing the NCAR Community Land Model, CLM) to incorporate land use change in analyses of climate effects on agriculture, energy, land, and water.
The successful applicant will join an interdisciplinary research group at NCAR that includes both social and natural scientists working on the climate change issue (see https://www2.cgd.ucar.edu/sections/tss/iam). The group develops and applies new socio-economic models, and linkages to climate models, that leverage NCAR’s status as a world-leading climate modeling center.
The position requires expertise in spatial statistical methods; familiarity (or willingness to become familiar) with land use data and modeling at regional to global scales, especially related to agricultural land use; and proficiency in programming in a suitable language (e.g. R, Python, Matlab). Familiarity with Fortran is helpful and experience with geographic information systems is desirable.
This is a full-time two-year term position. For a detailed job description and instructions on how to apply, see goo.gl/Fm57nw.
For more information on the position, contact Brian O’Neill (email: firstname.lastname@example.org).