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Fax: (210) 299-5084
Address: Edwards Aquifer Authority
Attention Human Resources
900 E. Quincy Street
San Antonio, TX
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- Employment Type: Full-Time
- Salary: $17.28 hourly
- Opening: 09/12/2018
- Closing: 09/28/2018
Provides support to various regulatory compliance programs, including compliance and enforcement field investigations.
Installs and maintains irrigation flow-meters and associated field equipment; conducts regulatory compliance field inspections and investigations with appropriate personnel and reports findings; maintains accurate records of field investigation activities; assists in the preparation and processing of annual use reports; assists appropriate staff in assembling required information to complete transfers and other related activities; prepares summary reports and updates maps as a result of field investigations; provides the general public with information regarding the Edwards Aquifer; updates and maintains all records concerning field investigations; and performs other duties as assigned by the supervisor.
Associate’s degree or 2 years (60 hours) of college credit, plus one year of relevant experience; experience in field investigation for the purposes of basic hydrogeological and regulatory data collection; site investigation for regulatory purposes; 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.
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.Download Job Description