The water quality outreach specialist will be tasked with developing a program on nutrient transfer and water quality issues, working directly with scientists, planners, community members, and resource managers in the Mississippi river basin and Gulf of Mexico. The selected applicant will also work closely with scientists and agency officials to understand and disseminate information about water quality and nutrient transport research.
Posted January 28th, 2014 in Uncategorized
Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant and the National Great Rivers Research and Education Center are now accepting applications for a newly developed Water Quality Outreach Specialist position.
Applications should be submitted by March 16. The complete job listing, including more detail and minimum requirements, can be viewed online here.
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