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Associate resources analyst

District A

This is a Full-time position in Fresno, CA posted July 11, 2019.

The Associate Resources Analyst performs a variety of skilled technical engineering work including; providing estimates of water supply, coordinating, supporting and assisting in the development of the District’s power, groundwater monitoring, groundwater integration, and irrigation water conservation programs, and distribution system construction and design; and perform computing, drafting, design, mapping, research, and plan check work.

The current vacancies exist in the Resources Department at the Fresno Office and normal working hours are 8:00 a.m.

to 5:00 p.m.

with a 1-hour lunch.

The duties of the Associate Resources Analyst position include, but are not limited to, monitoring, evaluating, and coordinating with others on the Central Valley Project and State Water Project operations and forecasts; coordinating and assisting in the collection of information for the District’s groundwater and shallow groundwater monitoring programs, pH and electro-conductivity levels, and submitting water samples to laboratories for analysis, recording and maintaining logs of samples and tests for laboratories, water wells, etc.; monitoring instrumentation controls for data collection using appropriate equipment and recording devices; coordinating District regulatory programs with other District staff, the Regional Water Quality Control Board, Department of Water Resources, and the State Water Resources Control Board; coordinating District land management programs with land agent(s), tenants, other District staff, and PG&E, Western Area Power Administration, Power and Water Resources Pooling Authority, including the annual power survey, power surcharges, contract administration, and annual budget calculations.Education: Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Industrial Technology, Agriculture, Earth Science, or a water related field, and Experience: Two (2) years of agricultural, water regulatory, earth science or related technical experience; or any combination thereof.

Standard Requirement: Possess a valid California Class C Driver’s License along with a driving record that is acceptable to the District’s automobile insurance provider.