Water Resources System Engineer
Under direction of the Planning & Decision Support Manager, performs functions of the agency involving analysis and modeling of environmental, production, and water quality data, forecast/simulation modeling of short-term and long-term demand and supply, modeling of surface and ground water flow systems at various spatial and temporal scales, and participates in long-term water supply planning activities. Employees in this category have knowledge and understanding in the areas of surface-water, ground-water hydrology, vadose zone, hydrogeology, water quality, water resources management, hydrologic modeling, numerical, analytical, and statistical concepts and methods, uncertainty and risk analysis, water supply planning principles and water demand forecasting.
In addition to the Essential Functions listed below, the successful candidate will be assigned work on: Supporting improvements to the Integrated Hydrologic Model (IHM) code and to the Integrated Northern Tampa Bay (INTB) calibrated model which align with the IHM-INTB Five-Year Roadmap; and will support or lead administrative and training functions of the integrated hydrologic modeling program.
Performance is evaluated through periodic conferences, reports, and administrative review process.