North Dakota Dept of Water Resources
Title: Program Manager North Dakota State (NFIP) 
Salary: $57,480.00 to $66,840.00 annually
Location: Bismarck ND
Deadline: Open until 07/04/2022
Summary: The individual in this position will act as the State of North Dakota coordinator for the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s National Flood Insurance Program in the Department of Water Resources’ Regulatory Division. 
The typical duties and responsibilities of this position include the following: Act as the state liaison to FEMA’s National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP); promote strong floodplain management development standards and promote the purchase of flood insurance statewide, and provide technical assistance to participating communities for a wide range of regulatory activities. Develop, administer, and track annual work plans and associated budgets to meet federal grant requirements. Conduct meetings with local officials to provide guidance and resolve problems. Plan and conduct presentations, training, and educational workshops for realtors, lenders, community officials, and other interested groups. Review community floodplain development permits and flood insurance rate maps for accuracy. Maintain numerous database files associated with floodplain management. Provide assistance, education, and outreach to the general public, political subdivisions, and other agencies regarding the NFIP.

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WSWRA/Executive Director
Salary: Based on qualifications
Application Deadline: Until filled
Summary: Responsible for a combination of administrative, policy, technical, and public relations activities, including supervision and management of the administrative office and acting as the point of contact and voice of WSWRA internally and externally. Should be aware of national, regional, and local policies, legislation and politics, trends, and personalities in order to maintain the goal of a unified, cohesive, and effective organization. Experience should include a broad range of working with state, federal, and local governments, as well as non-governmental organizations; communications and public relations; administrative and budgetary activities.


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North Dakota Dept of Water Resources
Title: Hydrologist III
Salary: $67,704.00 to $85,200.00 annually
Location: Bismarck ND
Deadline: Open until filled 
Summary: As a hydrogeologist with the North Dakota Department of Water Resources, you will manage groundwater permits and applications in an assigned area, make recommendations to the Department of Water Resources Director and State Engineer. Provide technical advice on groundwater resource problems. Conduct groundwater resource investigations and studies. Design groundwater monitoring and sampling plans, including the geologic logging of test holes and installation of observation wells. We are looking for a Bachelor of Science degree in geology with an emphasis in hydrogeology; geological or civil engineering and 5 years of experience in hydrogeology/hydrology; engineering geology; hydrogeology, or a closely related field. The position also requires a valid Class D driver's license. Preferring a Master’s degree with an emphasis in hydrogeology plus 3 years of experience.
 

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North Dakota Dept of Water Resources
Title: Senior Engineer
Salary: $69,060.00 to $75,240.00 annually
Location: Bismarck ND
Deadline: Open until 06/26/2022
Summary: The individual in this position will act as a Senior Engineer for the Dam Safety Program in the Department of Water Resource’s Regulatory Division.  The purpose of North Dakota’s Dam Safety program is to minimize the risk to life and property through sound management of dams in the state.  To include reviewing construction permit applications for dams and preparing recommendations to the Director. Conduct field inspections of dams throughout the state including routine dam safety inspections; and investigation of problems, complaints, or emergency situations. Document dam inspection findings, prepare dam inspection reports, and develop recommendations regarding necessary maintenance and repairs. Communicate inspection findings, recommendations, and other necessary information to dam owners. And determine the hazard classification of new and existing dams.

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North Dakota Dept of Water Resources
Title: Hydrogeologist II
Salary: $63,540.00 to $75,132.00 annually 
Location: Bismarck ND
Deadline: Open until filled 
Summary: As a hydrogeologist with the North Dakota Department of Water Resources, you will manage groundwater permits and applications in an assigned area, and make recommendations to the Department of Water Resources Director and State Engineer. Provide technical advice on groundwater resource problems. Conduct groundwater resource investigations and studies. Design groundwater monitoring and sampling plans, including the geologic logging of test holes and installation of observation wells. We are looking for a Bachelor of Science degree in geology with an emphasis in hydrogeology; geological or civil engineering with a background in hydrogeology/hydrology; engineering geology; hydrogeology, or a closely related field. The position also requires a valid Class D driver's license. Preferring a Master’s degree with an emphasis in hydrogeology.
 

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North Dakota Dept of Water Resources
Title: Surface Water Hydrologist
Salary: $63,540.00 to $75,132.00 annually 
Location: Bismarck ND
Deadline: Open until 07/05/2022
Summary: As a surface water hydrologist with the North Dakota Department of Water Resources, you will have an impact on the sustainable management of surface water resources, in an environment that provides many opportunities to learn using robust datasets and technology. The management of water rights requires an interdisciplinary approach of water policy, science, and data management. Duties include managing surface water permits and applications in an assigned area and make recommendations to the Department of Water Resources Director and State Engineer. Document, organize, analyze, and interpret hydrologic data. Provide technical advice on surface water resource problems. Conduct surface water resource investigations and studies. Measure and record stream and river discharges. Work with local, state, and federal agencies on water resource issues.

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