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Alta Environmental is growing a different kind of consulting firm – a firm of dynamic, motivated, and entrepreneurial technical experts. Alta is known for anticipating and resolving sustainability, compliance, remediation and restoration needs for the most significant industrial businesses and agency sector organizations. We are the best and brightest, a team of technical and scientific leaders and innovators who keep ahead of trends and requirements. Our experts are trusted advisors to clients across many industries and sectors. We help our clients obtain and maintain compliance with federal, state and local environmental regulations; and we specialize in the complex California regulatory agencies’ requirements. Our work makes businesses and communities cleaner, stronger, and safer.As a firm, Alta focuses on growth, and on building a unique corporate culture that fosters collaboration and continuous improvement.
The ideal candidate will be excited about the opportunity to maintain and grow our environmental consulting business and possess knowledge and technical skills in GIS analysis, storm water management, drainage engineering and design development, water quality resources, water quality modeling, environmental permitting, and municipal, commercial and industrial NPDES compliance.
The Water Resources GIS Specialist is responsible for obtaining, organizing, and mapping GIS data, identifying efficient methods for and implementing data analysis, and ensuring consistency, accuracy, and quality in all GIS work, as well as, water resources project work. Keeps apprised of latest software updates and GIS analysis techniques. Supports all staff in preparing deliverables. The GIS Water Resources Specialist has experience in watershed science, storm water, TMDLs, and water resources projects and studies.
Obtain and Organize GIS Data
Job Type: Full-time
Please send resume and cover letter to Resumes@altaenviron.com. You must include “Open Position: GIS WR Specialist” in the subject line.