Career Opportunities

Welcome to the Edwards Aquifer Authority on-line application portal.

Equal Employment Opportunity

The Edwards Aquifer Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All recruiting, hiring or promotion comply with equal employment opportunity principles and are made without regard to race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, disability, veterans status or any other status or condition protected by applicable federal and state laws. Request for accommodations should be made to the Human Resources office as soon as possible during the application process. Any questions or complaints regarding equal opportunity should be addressed to the Director of Human Resources at 900 E. Quincy Street, San Antonio, Texas 78215.

Application Process

To be considered for employment, you must complete an Edwards Aquifer Authority Employment Application Form (PDF) or you may pick one up at our office. Completed job applications are accepted by email, fax, hand delivery or mailed.

Email:              jobs@edwardsaquifer.org

Fax:                 (210) 299-5084

Address:         Edwards Aquifer Authority

                        Attention Human Resources

                        900 E. Quincy Street

                         San Antonio, TX

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Thank you for your interest in employment with EAA!

Current Positions:

  • Employment Type: Part-Time
  • Salary: $15.67
  • Opening: 12/06/2018
  • Closing: 12/14/2018

BASIC FUNCTION

Performs data entry and management activities to carry out the mission and values of the EAA.

DESCRIPTION

Assist with field installation of data loggers, instruments and with the collection of hydrologic data including water quality sampling of wells, springs, and streams; manually upload historical data to database.  Use/develop API’s and web services to upload/access data; develop SQL queries for generating data reports and make data available to applications; create and edit reports; performs other duties as assigned by the supervisor.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

Must be currently enrolled as a student in a college or university with a minimum of 60 hours of college coursework and a minimum 2.5 GPA; relevant college coursework in information technology, science technology, engineering or mathematics; familiar with at least one programming language; Interest in working in a Windows environment; preferred familiarity with Windows server tools; preferred familiarity with databases; able to quickly grasp knew concepts, and work effectively with cross-departmental staff; Possess strong problem solving, analytical, organizational skills. Self-motivated, exercise initiative and adaptively handle new tasks and responsibilities. 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

Job performance may require:  listening, seeing, sitting, talking, reaching, pulling or pushing; frequent lifting, balancing, carrying, grasping, handling of items and equipment weighting up to 50 pounds; occasional walking, standing, stooping, bending and crawling in rough terrain requiring a high level of physical exertion; some irregular hours and long workdays, and moderate levels of stress.  Job may consist of up to 50% work in an office environment and 50% work outside that includes exposure to extremes in weather, rough terrain, such as brush, rocks, and hills, and may also include exposure to hazardous chemicals, insects, and snakes.  Performance may also include work around construction sites, work along roadways, well drilling or other similar work sites.

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  • Employment Type: Part-Time
  • Salary: $15.67
  • Opening: 12/06/2018
  • Closing: 12/14/2018

BASIC FUNCTION

Assists the Information Technology team with technology related tasks and projects.

DESCRIPTION

Assists the team with end user computer related issues; assists with troubleshooting servers, networks, telecommunications and software problems; assists in maintaining of the EAA’s technology infrastructure; assisting end users in working with SharePoint, database software, Office 365, Adobe Creative Cloud and other enterprise software; assists I.T. with hardware and software upgrades and rollouts; assists with technology support for the EAA and its programs.

EDUCATIONAL/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

Must be currently enrolled as a student in a college or university with a minimum of 60 hours of college coursework and  a minimum 2.5 GPA; relevant college coursework in information technology, business administration, science, technology, engineering or mathematics; a strong knowledge of information systems, hardware, software, Microsoft Office and databases preferred; good computer troubleshooting skills; ability to work effectively with staff; ability to exercise good judgment and responsibility; a valid driver's license; and the ability to operate a motor vehicle.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

Job performance may require: listening, seeing, sitting, talking; occasional reaching, grasping, lifting, handling, pulling or pushing, balancing and carrying of items such as boxes of materials, books, etc. with weights not exceeding 25 pounds; limited walking, standing, stooping, and bending; some irregular hours and long workdays and moderate levels of stress.  Job is performed primarily in an office environment with infrequent trips to other offices and limited exposure to weather conditions.

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  • Employment Type: Part-Time
  • Salary: $15.67
  • Opening: 12/06/2018
  • Closing: 12/14/2018

BASIC FUNCTION

Provides support to various regulatory compliance programs, including compliance and enforcement field investigations.

DESCRIPTION

Assist in verification testing and basic electronic setup. Assist at on-site visits to install new equipment and obtain meter readings.    Performs data entry with appropriate personnel and reports findings; maintains accurate records of field investigation activities; updates maps as a result of field investigations; and performs other duties as assigned by the supervisor.

EDUCATIONAL/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

Must be currently enrolled as a student in a College or University with a minimum of 60 hours of college coursework and a minimum 2.5 GPA; relevant college coursework in science, technology, engineering or mathematics; experience in field investigations, data collection and data entry; knowledge of mechanical and electronic equipment operations; ability to exercise a high degree of flexibility in scheduling activities; ability to exercise initiative, independent judgment and flexibility; a valid driver’s license; and the ability to operate a vehicle.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

Job performance may require: listing, seeing, sitting, talking, reaching, pulling or pushing; frequent lifting, balancing, carrying, grasping, handling of items and equipment weighing up to 50 pounds; occasional walking, standing, stooping, bending, and crawling in rough terrain requiring a high level of physical exertion; some irregular hours and long work days and moderate levels of stress.  Job may consist of up to 50% work in an office environment and 50% work outside that includes exposure to extremes in weather rough terrain such as brush, rocks, and hills, and may also include exposure to hazards such as chemicals, insects, and snakes.  Performance may also include work around construction sites, work along roadways, well drilling or other similar work sites.

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  • Employment Type: Part-Time
  • Salary: $15.67
  • Opening: 12/06/2018
  • Closing: 12/14/2018

BASIC FUNCTION

Assists the Public Policy & External Affairs team with community outreach and education programs.

DESCRIPTION

Assists the team with the preparation and presentation of the EAA's community outreach and education programs; assists with the promotion of public awareness of and support for the EAA by assisting with the distribution of educational/promotional materials; assists with community outreach and education activities, such as community events, scouting programs, teacher workshops, and other events that serve to generate awareness of the aquifer; assists with special projects to promote public awareness of and support for the EAA and its programs.

EDUCATIONAL/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS

Must be currently enrolled as a student in a college or university with a minimum of 60 hours of college coursework and a minimum 2.5 GPA; relevant college coursework in communication, journalism, or marketing preferred; strong computer skills; ability to work effectively with staff; ability to exercise good judgment and responsibility; a valid driver's license; and the ability to operate a motor vehicle.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

Job performance may require: listening, seeing, sitting, talking; occasional reaching, grasping, lifting, handling, pulling or pushing; balancing and carrying of items such as boxes of materials, books, etc. with weights not exceeding 25 pounds; limited walking, standing, stooping, and bending; some irregular hours and long workdays and moderate levels of stress.  Job is performed primarily in an office environment with infrequent trips to other offices and limited exposure to weather conditions.

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