Want to Work on Climate Change Challenges?

EPA has just announced a new position opening in the Water Security Division’s Threats Analysis, Prevention and Preparedness (TAPP) Branch in Washington, DC.  The person who fills this position will:

  • Work closely with sector partners and climate science subject matter experts to identify areas in which climate information can be used to develop tools and resources for water utility decision-making and planning;
  • Prepare and manage technical-policy analyses and assessments of key issues pertaining to climate change impacts and risk outcomes. These projects will involve technical and policy evaluation and analysis and may require inter-office or inter-Agency collaboration; and
  • Perform the function of a liaison between EPA and drinking water, wastewater and storm-water stakeholders. The liaison activities assist to enhance the climate readiness and resilience of the water sector.

The position title is “Physical Scientist” and the Federal pay grade level is GS 13.  To apply, click this link https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/397227500 by the closing date and follow the vacancy announcement instructions for providing any applicable supplemental information.  This position is open to any qualified US Citizen.  The closing date for applications is Wednesday, March 25.
This web link http://water.epa.gov/infrastructure/watersecurity/index.cfm provides additional information about the Water Security Division’s TAPP Branch.