[ES_JOBS_NET] Open position for environmental scientist/engineer with water resources focus

Erika Marín-Spiotta marinspiotta at wisc.edu
Sat Feb 8 11:41:03 MST 2014

   The U.S. Geological Survey's Virginia Water Science Center in Richmond,
   Virginia has a position available for a strongly quantitative candidate
   with skills in water-quality data organization and analysis, scientific
   programming, and statistics. This candidate would join a team of
   water-quality data analysts and project managers to help address a wide
   variety of questions related to the flux of nutrients and sediment at
   multiple spatial and temporal scales. We expect that the ideal candidate
   would hold a Master's degree in environmental science or engineering
   with a
   focus in water resources; however we would consider exceptional
   from other fields, and at other degree levels. Near-term tasks would
   include data organization and programming (in R), supporting the
   application of statistical models for estimating nutrient and sediment
   fluxes entering the Chesapeake Bay from its watershed. A fully successful
   incumbent would see evolving challenges and responsibilities that could
   include co-authoring and developing applied research projects
   our group's current strengths in the areas of flux and trend modeling,
   urban hydrology, small watershed hydrology, time-series analysis, and
   analysis of high-frequency water-quality data. Interested candidates
   should e-mail their resume to Jeff Chanat (jchanat at usgs.gov) for


   Jeff Chanat

   Jeffrey G. Chanat, Ph.D.
   Office: 804-261-2618
   Cell: 804-461-0803
   Fax: 804-261-2657
   Email: jchanat at usgs.gov

   U.S. Geological Survey
   Virginia Water Science Center
   1730 East Parham Road
   Richmond, VA 23228
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