EPA’s Office of Wetlands, Oceans, and Watersheds Looking for Environmental Scientist

The Monitoring and Analysis Branch in EPA’s Office of Wetlands, Oceans, and Watersheds has received permission, along with other offices, to fill a new position. We are seeking a candidate for the National Aquatic Resource Surveys and other water quality monitoring and assessment priorities including harmful algal blooms, participatory science, etc. The successful candidate will bring experience implementing ambient water quality monitoring projects involving chemical, physical, and biological indicators; conducting quality assurance and quality control activities; compiling, integrating and curating data as well as performing data analysis and interpretation of large and complex datasets; synthesizing and presenting complex information to a range of audiences; and contributing to the enhancement of state and tribal monitoring programs. Our work culture is service driven, working as a team to seek diverse perspectives to deliver the most effective support to our partners and stakeholders. The successful hire will start at a GS11 level and proceed to GS12 and then GS13 with two years of successful performance. If you are interested in exploring this Washington DC-based position and have relevant experience, please apply by the July 6 deadline. Please note that applying for this vacancy announcement could make you eligible for a range of positions across the EPA over the coming months.

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Author: ACS Sacramento Section

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