Army Corps of Engineers

7 job(s) at Army Corps of Engineers

Army Corps of Engineers Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
May 22, 2017
Full time
About the Position : This position is located with the US Army Engineer District, Albuquerque Planning, Project and Program Management Division, Planning Branch, Plan Formulation Section, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Who May Apply: U.S. Citizens Duties Directs, manages and conducts water and related land resources studies. Evaluates, community needs, water resource problem areas, determines the scope of effort required for study and establishes study approaches and methods. Determines data to be collected, field investigation scopes, estimated time required to complete the investigations, study cost, engineering, environmental, social and cultural scopes, public involvement and required coordination. Leads interdisciplinary teams including representatives of a cost sharing local sponsor to formulate, develop and analyze major civil works water and related land resource projects. Formulates alternatives which address the sometimes conflicting objectives of national economic development, environmental quality, social well being, and regional development. Directs the preparation of or prepares various reports, study plans and the final study report assuring consistency and technical accuracy of the report, appendixes and environmental statements, including portions prepared by other organizations within the district and those contracted to external technical sources. Manages and coordinates the incorporation of all required changes resulting from the study review process and insures that such changes are in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations. Travel Required Occasional Travel TDY (Temporary Duty travel) may be required: up to 10% Relocation Authorized Yes Permanent Change of Station (PCS) may be authorized IAW the Joint Travel Regulations. Closes Monday 6/5/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Walla Walla, WA, United States
May 18, 2017
Full time
Who May Apply: U.S. Citizens Duties Responsible for independent administrative and technical responsibility for assignments pertaining to fisheries studies, investigations, management, and problem solving. Organizes and directs meetings with technical staff from other agencies to identify and develop solutions to environmental problems. Provides oversight of research contracts to ensure that study objectives are met, work is concluded on schedule, and findings are presented as required. Review fisheries literature for factual data and information. Prepare written reports and supporting material according to accepted procedures, schedules, and budgets. Conducts or directs the studies and preparation of reports, embracing all types of multiple and single-purpose civil works projects Serves as member of engineering design teams. Applies detailed knowledge the environment, scientific methods, ecology, and particularly fish to reviews of preproposals and reports. Recommends changes to the configuration and operation of water resources projects by applying study results and the scientific literature. Travel Required Occasional Travel TDY (Temporary Duty travel) may be required: 5% Relocation Authorized Yes Permanent Change of Station (PCS) is authorized IAW the Joint Travel Regulations. Closes Wednesday 5/31/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Carlsbad, CA
May 18, 2017
Full time
This position is in the South Coast Branch, Regulatory Division located in Carlsbad, California. Duties Utilizes a professional knowledge of natural, physical, and social sciences theories, practices, and methodologies, as they relate to the natural and human environment, to serve as a lead project manager/team leader with technical expertise to: (1) Evaluate all levels and types of Department of the Army (DA) permit application, compliance, and/or enforcement cases (including those complex and/or controversial in nature) for activities in waters of the United States and/or navigable waters of the United States within the regulatory authority of the Clean Water Act, the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899, and the Marine Protection, Research, and Sanctuaries Act; (2) Develop and manage general permits (GPs); (3) Develop procedures to implement directives from higher authority; and (4) Serve as the District representative on groups and task forces with missions of  interest to the District and/or the regulatory program, and to complete assignments related to special regulatory initiatives directed toward effective, efficient, and consistent application of the regulatory program. Travel Required Occasional Travel Business travel is approximately 20% Relocation Authorized Yes Relocation costs may be paid if the selecting official determines the relocation is in the best interests of the government. Closes Thursday 6/1/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento, CA, United States
May 17, 2017
Full time
Who May Apply : U.S. Citizens Duties Serves as full-performance Environmental Engineer in support of the Sacramento District's Hazardous, Toxic and Radiological Waste (HTRW) and National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permit compliance programs. Typical work assignments include: addressing problems encountered at project sites in achieving compliance with Federal, state, and local environmental control regulations; domestic and industrial waste water treatment and disposal; studies to evaluate potential pollution sources; involvement in programs directly or indirectly related to environmental engineering such as water quality monitoring, storm water permit compliance, chemical and biological treatment and disposal of domestic and industrial waste, and treatment and disposal of toxic chemical waste, military munitions waste; and adapting proven methods and procedures to fit the latest technological advances in treatment of water, waste water, sediment, and contaminated soil. Travel Required 25% or Greater Business Travel (TDY) is approximately 30% of the time. Relocation Authorized Yes Relocation costs may be paid if the selecting official determines the relocation is in the best interests of the government. Closes Wednesday 5/31/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Walla Walla, WA, United States
May 17, 2017
Full time
About the Position : The Walla Walla District US Army Corps of Engineers includes approximately 107,000 square miles in six states and is commanded by a U.S. Army officer. The District has a professional civilian workforce comprised of more than 800 personnel in engineering, scientific, technician, trades/crafts, and administrative support staff positions which help manage local water resources for navigation, flood control, disaster assistance, hydroelectric power generation, and other natural and heritage areas. See also http://www.wwvchamber.com , www.ci.walla-walla.wa.us and http://www.nww.usace.army.mil . Who May Apply : U.S. Citizens Duties Schedules and directs activities associated with fish habitat, migration, and passage at multi-purpose water resource projects or field locations and monitors the effects of the project's operations on fish resources. Oversees field data collection and reporting, utilizing fish monitoring devices such as electronic tunnels, sonar and radio tracking equipment. Plans program requirements for research to be conducted at assigned project site. Studies all data previously collected and recommends adoption of studies. Determines personnel and equipment requirements for projects. Manages and ensures availability, installation, and testing of on-site equipment. Data management and analysis. Travel Required Occasional Travel TDY (Temporary Duty travel) may be required: Up to 10% Relocation Authorized Yes Permanent Change of Station (PCS) is authorized IAW the Joint Travel Regulations. Closes Tuesday 5/30/2017 Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Bahrain Egypt Jordan Kuwait Oman Qatar Saudi Arabia United Arab Emirates
Apr 30, 2017
Full time
Who May Apply: U.S. Citizens Duties As a Supervisory Architect/ Supervisory Civil Engineer/ Supervisory Environmental Engineer/ Supervisory Mechanical Engineer/ Supervisory Electrical Engineer  you may perform duties such as... Observe construction projects at all stages to identify problems and take timely action to resolve problems encountered Interpret contract specifications for area of field construction Determine if construction meets contract requirements Direct inspections of construction operations for compliance with intent of design and specifications Review project plans and specifications for engineer and/or architectural projects Recommend changes in design, specifications and schedules to accommodate conditions as the construction site or to expedite construction Travel Required 25% or Greater 25% travel to other overseas locations Relocation Authorized Yes Moving expenses will be paid. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Army Corps of Engineers Cortland, OH, United States
Apr 21, 2017
Temporary
Few vacancies in the following locations Cortland, OH Deerfield, OH Connellsville, PA Ford City, PA Hermitage, PA Saegertown, PA Slickville, PA Tionesta, PA Warren, PA Wilcox, PA Positions get filled FAST - Don't Delay! Positions will be filled at the GS-03 grade level. The grade offered will be based on HR review of your application package and responses to the occupational questionnaire. Positions do not provide promotion potential or offer career progression. You must be at least 18 years old by your first official workday. If selected and not currently residing in the local commuting area of the position's duty location, you must be willing to relocate to the commuting area within 30 days of accepting the tentative job offer. Relocation costs will not be paid or reimbursed. Employer-sponsored housing is not available and will not be authorized. Duties As a Park Ranger, you will provide support to the Park Manager and/or higher graded Park Rangers in carrying out various technical and administrative duties inherent in operating a flood control multi-use lake project. Major duties support operation and maintenance of the flood control facilities, support recreational activities available to public, and support protection and preservation of natural resources. Assists visitors with problems such as camping, swimming, picnicking, boating, hiking etc. Provides information in the form of talks to visitors on the area. Promotes good public relations by responding courteously to inquiries concerning accommodations, roads, fishing grounds, camping sites, flora and fauna, historical features-of the area, etc. Reports misuse of properties or facilities, unsanitary conditions, public nuisances, etc. to supervisor and/or local police. Performs various light maintenance tasks, as required in Resource Management Programs: Planting and/or watering trees, planting ground cover in eroded areas; Building and installing signs; Moving and cleaning tables; Patrolling camp sites by removing debris, picking up litter and cleaning fire rings; Occasionally working as part of a crew engaged in project maintenance activities such as building trails. Physical Demands & Working Conditions Work is performed both in and outdoors which can expose you to the usual climate extremes. You must wear a prescribed uniform and maintain a neat, clean, and orderly appearance; as well as meet and deal with visitors in a friendly, courteous, and tactful manner. You must be able to walk, climb, and carry equipment and supplies up to 50 pounds (assistance will be available for heavier items). Outdoor work may expose you to bee stings and insect and/or snake bites, as well as the usual danger of working with power tools while performing maintenance duties. You must wear appropriate safety gloves and protective clothing, as required.