Plans and directs personnel and all aspects of Northern Water’s activities concerning water quality. Identifies water quality issues that may affect the organization and its allottees and develops and implements plans to maintain compliance with pertinent local, state and federal regulations and to protect system water quality and water supply.
Training Experience Required:
Fifteen years’ minimum work experience with engineering and management of complex projects and issues related to water quality and/or environmental compliance/regulations.
Previous experience managing staff, schedules, and budgets at a departmental level or equivalent.
Must have experience with project management and a variety of computer software products, including, but not limited to, computer operating systems, database/spreadsheet applications, statistical programs, programming languages, water quality models, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), word processing programs, and productivity applications.
About Northern Water
Northern Water is a public agency created in 1937 to contract with the federal government to build the Colorado-Big Thompson Project. The C-BT Project collects water west of the Continental Divide and delivers it to Northeastern Colorado for agricultural, municipal, domestic and industrial uses. Northern Water and the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation jointly operate and maintain the C-BT Project.