U.S. nationals: Interdisciplinary Hydrologist/Geologist

U.S. Forest Service (USFS)
Ramona, CA, United States
Position Type: 
Full-Time
Organization Type: 
Government
Experience Level: 
Not Specified

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Summary

This position is located in Ramona, CA.

Serves as a professional Geologist/Hydrologist on Cleveland National Forest with responsibility for planning, administering and providing professional expertise in minerals, geology and hydrologic programs.

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Responsibilities

  • Participate in hydrologic investigations and studies required for planning and design of multi-purpose projects, such as collecting ground water data and analyzing trends; analyzing and interpreting stream flow data.
  • Translate findings into long range prescription/plan for management?s use in watershed management/water yield improvement.
  • Study water resource data needed to support the management?s position during negotiations and litigation.
  • Investigate following fires to appraise damages to the watershed and recommend treatment for rehabilitation of the area.
  • Study results that include evaluation of data, trend analysis, and recommendations; and interpret the findings in terms of scientific significance.
  • Conduct geologic studies and investigations on a variety of projects where geology and mineral activities have an effect on development and/or management of forest resources.
  • Apply geologic principles to methods of prospecting, exploration, development, and mining and their related impacts.
  • Examine forest land and make assessment of mineral potential.
  • Develop, evaluate, and administer minerals management activities.
  • Participate on interdisciplinary teams to evaluate the impact of management activities on public land.
  • Coordinate with other resource specialists in assessing the impacts of proposed programs and projects on watershed values.
  • Monitor completed watershed rehabilitation projects to determine their effectiveness.
  • Determine the geologic limitations and capacities of projects in a specific geographical area.
  • Establish and maintain an up-to-date inventory of proposed rehabilitation projects by priority.
  • Conduct comprehensive investigations, evaluations, and reports on ground water conditions for water well sites, geologic hazards, and unique geologic resources, such as paleontological sites.
  • Assist in the preparation of discovery requests including responding to interrogatories, admissions, and document productions by coordinating with technical experts and personnel in the preparation of responses and technical analyses.
  • Participate in deposition preparation, depositions, trial testimony, and development of affirmative discovery.