[ES_JOBS_NET] Stockholm Environment Institute, Davis Office, looking to hire Water Resources Specialist
kshaknis at sei-us.org
Sat May 7 02:54:09 MDT 2016
Dear STEM Leader,
The Stockholm Environment Institute (www.sei-us.org) is an international non-profit research organization that has worked with environment and development issues from local to global policy levels for a quarter of a century. SEI works to shift policy and practice towards sustainability. SEI has six geographic centers around the world, including the US Center, which has offices in Somerville, MA, Davis, CA, and Seattle, WA.
Within the US Center (www.sei-us.org), the SEI-US Water Group is active in developing and implementing analytical tools to support scenario driven water planning, most notably with our Water Evaluation and Planning (WEAP) system (www.weap21.org). We work both locally and internationally with scientists and stakeholders to provide the information needed for long term sustainable planning, including integrated water management planning, multi-scale adaptation analysis and pathways for increasing economic and ecological resilience to climate change. The Water Group is seeking applications from individuals interested in working on a multi-stakeholder, integrated water management planning process related to the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act in California. The applicant will join the research team in the Davis, California office, which currently has a staff of 8.
If you know of qualified candidates or networks of people who you believe may be interested in this position, we'd appreciate you spreading the word.
This link to the Workable website provides further information about the job and responsibilities, requirements, as well as an application link for those who may want to apply for the position.
The application deadline is May 25th.
Thank you for help in spreading the word.
Office Manager, SEI-US
11 Curtis Avenue
Somerville, MA 02144
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