Director of Water and Natural Resources
January 2, 2018
Up to $158,109 annually, DOQ and an excellent benefits package.
Are you tired of the hectic metropolitan lifestyle? Are you seeking a rewarding career? If so, consider an opportunity with the COUNTY OF MADERA. The County offers a low cost of living, ample recreational opportunities, the breathtaking Bass Lake area, charming foothill areas, and much more.
The incumbent will have the primary responsibility for developing and implementing county policy and activities regarding surface water, ground water and watershed management and for acting as the County’s facilitator and collaborator with various committees, organizations and stakeholders regarding water and natural resources issues.
The ideal candidate will possess the following: equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree with major coursework in Business or Public Administration, Political Science, Engineering, Urban/Regional Planning, Geography, Geology, Hydrology, Water/Natural Resources, Environmental Science/Studies, Agricultural Science or a related field; seven (7) years of program oversight or policy development experience in the following, or closely related, fields: water resource planning/protection; environmental/geological studies; agricultural science; and natural resource planning; and a valid Class ‘C’ Driver’s License issued by the California Department of Motor Vehicles.
How to Apply:
An official Madera County application, current resume and responses to the Supplemental Questions must be submitted to the Madera County Administration Management-Human Resources/Operations Division by the final filing deadline listed below. Apply online at https://agency.governmentjobs.com/maderacountyca/default.cfm or contact the Human Resources/Operations Division at 559.675.7705, or TDD 559.675.8970. EEO
January 31, 2018