Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) Hydraulics Office is seeking a Fluvial Geomorphologist with experience in stream restoration, including hydraulics and hydrologic analysis, based in either Shoreline or Olympia, WA.
This Transportation Engineer 4 (TE4) position will serve as a statewide specialist in fluvial geomorphology and hydraulics and will provide support to regional and project offices in geomorphology, hydrology, and/or hydraulic engineering.
As a fluvial geomorphologist, the incumbent will assess reach and watershed conditions, produce hydraulic bases of design reports, floodplain analyses, channel migration analyses, sediment transport studies, and design emergency repair actions. Assignments involve independent responsibility for projects of considerable scope and complexity. This opportunity has been approved as in-training, meaning you have the opportunity to receive on the job training and experience that will help advance into the next level of the position after training and performance requirements have been met.
The Department of Geosciences and the Ecology Center at Utah State University (USU), Logan, invites applications for an academic-year (9-month), tenure-track Assistant Professor position in interdisciplinary Critical Zone Geosciences, anticipated to begin August 2024.
We seek candidates who conduct innovative, interdisciplinary, and quantitative investigation of critical zone (CZ) processes using field, laboratory, experimental, and/or computational methods to address issues of societal importance.
Disciplinary expertise may include but is not limited to understanding CZ processes involved in soil production from bedrock, ecological impacts of mineral dust, geomicrobiology, carbon cycling and sequestration, pathways of water, responses to climate change and human impacts, and at the intersections between these areas.