February 24, 2010 - HYDROGEOLOGIST / POWER RIVER BASIN
February 16, 2010 - Senior Geophysicist
January 21, 2010 - HYDROGEOLOGIST
July 2, 2008 - Senior Hydrogeologist

 

 
HYDROGEOLOGIST / POWER RIVER BASIN
Date PostedFebruary 24, 2010
Application DeadlineMarch 30, 2010
LocationCasper, Wyoming
Company/OrganizationOne Source
Job SummaryA well known innovative and forward thinking energy company is seeking a Hydrogeologist to work closely with a Wyoming team in the Powder River Basin.

Here is an overview of the position: Responsible for understanding groundwater systems in the Powder River Basin. The work will contribute significantly to environmental impact studies and experience with modeling of groundwater flow and contaminant migration is essential. Experience drilling and testing of water wells (piezometers).

We are looking for someone with a min. of 5 years experience as a Hydrogeologist, ideally in a consulting role in the coal industry. Experience in groundwater drilling supervision and understanding water well construction and aquifer testing methods is required. Must have CBM or UCG experience. Comfortable managing drilling contractors. Experience in drilling and testing of water wells/piezometers. We also require experience in contaminant hydrogeochemistry and groundwater remediation, flow modeling using relevant software, research and report writing, and coal or CSG related hydrogeology experience desirable.

Please call Claudia at (303) 991-2200.

How to Apply Call Claudia at (303) 991-2200 OR email to
claudia@onessi.com
How to ApplyCall Claudia at (303) 991-2200
or email to claudia@onessi.com

 

 
Senior Geophysicist
Date PostedFebruary 16, 2010
LocationSanta Paula, CA
Salary/Wage$91,013-$110,627/yr
Company/OrganizationUnited Water Conservation District
Job SummaryThe Senior Geophysicist will take responsible charge of all District geophysical activities, including the following:

- Manage geophysically-oriented field activities of junior staff;
- Prepare work scopes and plan geophysically-oriented field work;
- Analyze geophysical data to address hydrogeological questions;
- Lead the field operations to collect the geophysical data;
- Advise technical staff on geophysical techniques to address hydrogeological issues;
- Participate in public outreach programs;
- Assist the Groundwater Department staff with the implementation of the 3-Year Strategic Plan;
- Assist with hydrogeological studies/evaluations are appropriate; and
- Assist hydrogeological staff with integration of geophysical data into groundwater models.
Required QualificationsThe ideal candidate for this position would have the following minimum qualifications:
- BS and MS in Geology, Hydrogeology, Geophysics, or Engineering Geology with emphasis on shallow geophysical applications to groundwater resources;
- 7-10 years of experience in performing geophysical surveys in support of groundwater programs (e.g., exploration and/or water resource development, production well or wellfield-siting programs, borehole geophysical data acquisition and evaluation);
- Solid understanding of the principles of water-supply hydrogeology;
- Direct experience performing and interpreting a wide variety of geophysical data (e.g., seismic refraction and reflection, EM [time domain, frequency domain, CSAMT], resistivity, and gravity);
- Willingness to lead survey crews in the field (i.e., be a hands-on person) and lead the data processing and analysis task;
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills; good computer skills are required;
- CA Professional Geophysicist credential; and
- A track record of publishing in scientific journals, professional meetings, etc.
Preferred Qualifications- All of the above qualifications plus CA Professional Geologist (or Certified Hydrogeologist) credential
Additional InformationThe Groundwater Department at UWCD consists of 3 full-time hydrogeologists plus 1 full-time water resources technician and provides groundwater expertise for the management of seven groundwater basins. The department expects a significant increase in the use of geophysical techniques to address water resource related issues in the district. Geophysically-oriented studies may include, for example, updates to the EM survey on the southern Oxnard Plain to refine the location of saline waters, design and implementation of a geophysical program to identify geologic structures and/or stratigraphy associated with the Lower Aquifer System Camarillo-Hueneme groundwater barrier, direct a seismic survey along a potential saline water barrier well field alignment, design and direct geophysical surveys to refine groundwater basin configurations along the Santa Clara River, or use geophysical data to improve our understanding of subsurface geologic impacting groundwater flow in the western Santa Paula Groundwater Basin.
How to ApplyQualified candidates are encouraged to send a resume to:

United Water Conservation District
Mr. Tony Morgan, PG, CHG
Groundwater Department Manager
106 N. 8th Street
Santa Paula, CA 93060
tonym@unitedwater.org
Resumes may be submitted via email or regular mail.
Resumes will be evaluated on a weekly basis.
Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled.

 

 
HYDROGEOLOGIST
Date PostedJanuary 21, 2010
Application DeadlineMarch 10, 2010
LocationCasper, Wyoming
Company/OrganizationOne Source
Job SummaryA well known innovative and forward thinking energy company is seeking a Hydrogeologist to work closely with a Wyoming team in the Powder River Basin.

Here is an overview of the position: Responsible for understanding groundwater systems in PRB. The work will contribute significantly to environmental impact studies and experience with modeling of groundwater flow and contaminant migration is essential. Experience drilling and testing of water wells (piezometers).

We are looking for someone with a min. of 5 years experience as a Hydrogeologist, ideally in a consulting role in the coal industry. Experience in groundwater drilling supervision and understanding water well construction and aquifer testing methods is required. Must have CBM or UCG experience. Comfortable managing drilling contractors. Experience in drilling and testing of water wells/piezometers. We also require experience in contaminant hydrogeochemistry and groundwater remediation, flow modeling using relevant software, research and report writing, and coal or CSG related hydrogeology experience desirable.

Please call Claudia at (303) 991-2200.
How to ApplyCall Claudia at (303) 991-2200 OR email to
claudia@onessi.com

claudia@onessi.com

 

 
Senior Hydrogeologist
Date PostedJuly 2, 2008
Application DeadlineJuly 1, 2010
LocationBishop, CA
Salary/WageCommensurate with experience.
Company/OrganizationTEAM Engineering & Management, Inc.
Job SummaryEstablished environmental consulting firm located in California's Eastern Sierras has an opening for a Senior Hydrogeologist with the following qualifications:

-ground water resource
-surface and ground water flow and rate and transport modeling
-consulting experience
-strong communication and writing skills

The nature of the assignments and responsibilities require that the individual be able to work independently as well as part of a team. The successful candidate will take on multiple levels of responsibilities and tasks from basic field work to sophisticated modeling, client contact and marketing.
Required Qualifications4-year degree
California registration.
Preferred QualificationsA senior level Hydrogeologist with diverse experience and client background.
Additional Informationhttp://www.teambishop.com
How to ApplyForward a resume including a list of 3 references to:

TEAM Engineering & Management, Inc.
P. O. Box 1265
Bishop, CA 93515

or E-Mail to: mail.teambishop@gmail.com


mail.teambishop@gmail.com
 
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