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Water Resources Analyst - Regulatory

Within the Regulatory Affairs Department, this position plans, develops, and implements policies and programs for monitoring, evaluating, and managing District surface and storm water, aquatic habitats, and treatment plant and industrial discharges.  Provides analysis and resolution of regulatory issues that may impact the District’s programs, projects, and functions.  Recognizes regulatory issues, analyzes their actual or potential impact on the District, and participates in their resolution.

Scientific Integrity Official

The Environmental Protections Agency’s (EPA) Office of the Science Advisor (OSA), Office of Research and Development is seeking a senior scientific leader for the position of Scientific Integrity Official (ScIO) in Washington, DC. The ScIO is the Agency’s focal point on scientific integrity and serves as the Agency’s expert on such matters. The ScIO also provides strategic vision and leadership that informs Agency decisions related to scientific integrity.

Soil and Agricultural Science

The position is at the U.S. Soil Salinity Laboratory, on the University of California campus in Riverside, CA. Serves as a member of an interdisciplinary research team charged with promoting the sustainability of irrigated agriculture in semi-arid regions by conducting research to develop methods for evaluating, predicting, and managing the movement of water, salts and nutrients in the root and vadose zones; and by developing new soil-water management strategies to make effective use of limited water resources available to agriculture.

Leadership in Cross-Agency technology and science

The Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Office of Research and Development (ORD) is establishing a new Scientific/Technical (ST) Professional position in the Office of Science Advisor (OSA), pay range between $119,554.00 to $179,700.00. The position is for a Senior Environmental Technology Officer (SETO), and will support the entire EPA and provide leadership in cross-Agency technology and science.

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