Integrated Water Management Planner
Nebraska State Government - Lincoln, NE

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Under general supervision, organizes technical data and information for integrated surface water/groundwater management plans and reviews active plans to ensure compliance with applicable federal and State regulations

Examples of Work:

Organize data and required information for integrated surface water/groundwater management and integrated water management plan implementation and compliance, data collection includes annual water use, surface water diversion and geospatial data for land use. Develop educational and public relations materials based upon integrated water management data, analysis and research. Prepare and edit integrated water management publications. Work with the Information Technology section in developing an integrated water management database and in maintaining the integrated water management web page. Develop and maintain databases and other information management methods for integrated water management plan, compacts, decrees and integrated agreements to ensure effective data storage and efficient retrieval. Determine required actions and deadlines related to compacts, decrees and agreements; obtains official documents as necessary. Review draft integrated water management plans and implement plans when complete.

Qualifications / Requirements:

REQUIREMENTS: Bachelors degree in geology, engineering, natural resources or related field and experience with natural resources planning and database organization. Additional years of progressively responsible experience in natural resources planning, database organization or related area may be substituted for education on a year-for-year basis.

PREFERRED: Experience in website development and maintenance, editorial management of documents, and development of education and outreach materials.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Knowledge of: scientific and technical data collections methods; integrated management planning processes, rules and regulations; statistical and mathematical calculations and their applications as applied to the interpretations of hydrology and geology data; information management storage tools including Excel, Access and GIS databases. Ability to: learn and apply Nebraska's surface and groundwater laws; think logically and understand surface and groundwater systems; communicate technical information to other technical experts and the general public; organize and write technical reports and memorandums; gather and maintain technical data; select, compile and analyze information as necessary to identify, substantiate and solve a scientific or technical problem and prepare reports based on that analysis; learn website programming.