Job Opening: NATURAL RESOURCES BIOLOGIST IV
The Department of Natural Resources, Monitoring and Non-Tidal Assessment Division (MANTA), is currently accepting applications for a full time, permanent Natural Resources Biologist IV position. This position will manage personnel, instrumentation and monitoring activities as Continuous Monitoring Section Supervisor.
This position will provide technical support for troubleshooting and repairing water quality, telemetry and meteorological instruments and equipment. This position will also supervise the quality assurance/quality control of water quality and meteorological data and is responsible for the reporting and submission of all data for the Continuous Monitoring Section. This position is responsible for collecting water quality data throughout the State of Maryland. Sampling will be conducted from boats, bridges, piers and within streams.
For more information or to apply,
see the full job posting. Applications will be accepted through 7/15/2022.
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Get Involved in a Committee!
Stream Restoration Committee is re-forming under the leadership of Bill Stack (email@example.com) and Lisa Fraley-McNeal (firstname.lastname@example.org) from the Center for Watershed Protection. The committee is open to new suggestions for issues on which to focus, so bring your ideas! This committee meets quarterly and welcomes new attendees. If you are interested in participating, please contact Bill or Lisa.
Information Management and Communication Committee is looking for new members. This committee explores existing data management procedures employed in Maryland and develops recommended procedures for data management and quality assurance. It also maintains the repository on water monitoring programs. For more information or to sign up for the next meeting, contact Najma Khokhar at