Job Listings

Project Coordinator in Groundwater Quality and Crowdsensing

Posted: August 9, 2019

The Environmental Change Initiative (ND-ECI) at the University of Notre Dame seeks a Project Coordinator (PC) to support a new NSF-funded research project investigating the development of Smart Water Crowdsensing (SWC) framework for reliable and timely detection of groundwater water quality in private well-dependent communities based on citizen science. The primary responsibilities of the Project Coordinator will be to facilitate effective communication among the project team with diverse expertise (e.g., hydrology, computer science, ecology, social science) as well as the engagement of external stakeholders and community partners. In addition to helping facilitate data collection for the research, the PC will develop and manage the translational project outputs and products (e.g., one-pagers).

For additional information, please see the job description


Entry Level Hydrologist

Posted: August 8, 2019

As a Hydrologist within the Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Water Science Center, some of your specific duties will include:

  • Measure hydrologic data, collect pumpage records, install and close wells, and log data in boreholes and wells.
  • Collect water and sediment samples for the analysis of sediment or particulate concentration or chemical quality.
  • Compute, analyze, interprets and develops presentations of hydrologic, water quality and other data.
  • Write parts of interpretive reports of hydrologic studies and prepares hydrologic information in the form of computerized maps, charts, graphs, or
  • geographic information system datasets for inclusion in reports.
  • Operate a government owned vehicle on a regular basis.

For additional information, please see the job description


Environmental Mgr - OWQ Probablistic Monitoring

Posted: July 31, 2019

This Environmental Manager position resides in the Probabilistic Monitoring Section of the Watershed Assessment and Planning Branch in the Office of Water Quality. Incumbent will assist the Macroinvertebrate Community Program Manager and serve as a specialist in aquatic ecology. This position performs field, laboratory, and office duties described in IDEM's Water Quality Monitoring Strategy which includes collection and analysis of physical, chemical, and biological data at random and targeted sites within a watershed of interest to assess designated use support, identify potential causes and sources of impairment, provide information for watershed characterization planning and restoration projects, and look for improvements following implementation of a watershed plan.

For additional information, please see the job description


Floodplain Manager

Posted: June 26, 2019
Applications Due: July 22, 2019

The City of Columbus - Bartholomew County Planning Department is currently accepting applications for a full-time Floodplain Manager. The Planning Department is housed within the City of Columbus and provides development review and land use policy guidance for both the City of Columbus and Bartholomew County.

The Floodplain Manager serves as the Planning Department’s primary source of knowledge on community floodplain management, the National Flood Insurance Program, and floodplain development regulations. This includes serving as the primary point of contact with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources and the Federal Emergency Management Agency. It also includes maintaining a detailed understanding of IDNR and FEMA requirements, policies, programs, training opportunities, and resources. The Floodplain Manager shall also be responsible for the implementation and periodic review of the Columbus Flood Risk Management Plan. The Floodplain Manager shall further oversee the administration and enforcement of all local floodplain regulations. They shall also have responsibility for Department files, reports, and data regarding floodplain issues, programs, developments, and regulations.

For additional information, please see the job description.


Environmental Consultant (part-time or full-time)

Posted: June 5, 2019

The Field Consultant position is responsible for assuring environmental field site compliance while updating SWPPP, communicating suggested ideas for erosion control, OSHA safety, and energy compliance.  There are two positions open for this job, a part-time role and a full-time role.

For additional information, please see the job descriptions (Full-time) (Part-time).

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