Project Manager/GIS and Water Resources, Wyoming Water Development

Cheyenne, WY

Job Title: Project Manager/GIS and Water Resources

Organization: Wyoming Water Development

Location: Cheyenne

Duties: Develops information for a broad audience of stakeholders, concerning the current status and future availability of water resources, in order to identify water supply problems and development opportunities. Works with River Basin Planning team to implement Agency’s GIS Framework for Water Data. Manages river basin planning projects, watershed studies and other Level I and II planning projects which includes project evaluation, writing scopes of work, consultant selection, ensuring compliance with contract requirements including budgets and completion dates, and planning and conducting meetings. Represents the Program at regional, state, and local meetings.

Qualifications: Preference may be given to applicants with education and experience in civil engineering (water resources), geospatial science, geography, hydrology, planning, modeling, watershed science, or other natural resources field plus project management experience.

*Knowledge of water resources, hydrology, and hydrologic processes.
*Knowledge of multiple sciences and engineering disciplines.
*Knowledge of the principles of project management.
*Knowledge of the principles and practices of Geographic Information System (GIS) mapping technology.
*Knowledge of the basic concepts and principles of GIS, including data automation/acquisition, spatial data organization, data analysis, map composition, and production.
*Proficient use of the ESRI suite of GIS software products and geoprocessing tools.
*Knowledge of data visualization best practices and infographics software.
*Knowledge of and ability to read, research, interpret and apply Federal, State, Local environmental laws and regulations, including applicable policies and procedures.
*Knowledge of public speaking techniques.

Start/End dates: Full Time

Salary/pay: $4,839.86 – $6,236.95

How to apply & application deadline: ENNR10-11203