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DWR JOB VACANCIES
Last Updated: April 22, 2014

Job vacancies are available to persons with civil service eligibility. Only persons with list, transfer, reinstatement, or training and development eligibility may be considered. If using list eligibility, indicate your score on the application. Submit a Standard State Application to the contact indicated. Unless otherwise indicated, applications must be postmarked on or before the final filing date. Applications will be evaluated based on eligibility and desirable qualifications and interviews may be scheduled. For information on how to obtain list eligibility, click here, or check out the State Personnel Board website.

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  • Associate Information Systems Analyst (Specialist) ($4619-6074) - Division of Operations and Maintenance, IT Support Branch, Sacramento (Final Filing Date: 4/24/14). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze.Under the general supervision of Principal Engineer, WR, the incumbent acts as IT client support provider, with emphasis in providing technical support of client technologies, with the responsibility for maintaining hardware and software necessary to provide a reliable, secure, and productive desktop computing equipment. Incumbent will support end user desktop computing environments, resolve end user computer problem, configure or install approved IT services for end users, and configure and maintain user interface standards. Possess the ability to troubleshoot and solve complex technical problems and provide technology business solutions in a complex computing environment. Must be able to communicate effectively with business and technical staff, the general public, and policy-level administrators. Interested applicants must submit via mail or email the following completed package: (1) Standard State Application (STD 678) with SAP Position Number 50000857 and basis of eligibility referenced on STD 678; (2) current resume.

    Contact: Mary Rowe, (916) 653-7068 or mary.rowe@water.ca.gov, 1416 Ninth Street, Room 605, Sacramento, California 95814.

  • Electrical Engineer ($4608-6601) - Division of Operations and Maintenance, Oroville Field Division, Engineering Branch, Oroville (Final Filing Date 05/01/14). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. The incumbent would perform electrical engineering tasks related to supporting the operation and maintenance of hydroelectric plants, dams, canals, electrical switchyards and other features and structures of the State Water Project. Provide electrical engineering design and field support on control systems, protective relaying, communication systems, security systems and other systems related to power generation and transmission equipment. Prepare engineering reports and correspondence. Essential Qualifications: Effective verbal and written communication skills; strong analytical and computer skills; ability to wrk cooperatively with others; fluency using AutoCAD drafting software; reading electrical schematic, wiring and connection diagrams. Incumbent must possess a valid California driver’s license.

    Contact: Ted Soderstrom, (530) 534-2325, 460 Glen Drive, Oroville, California 95966.

  • Environmental Scientist ($3077-5882) - Division of Integrated Regional Water Management, North Central Region Office, Resources Assessment Branch, Bathymetry and Technical Support Section, Sacramento (Final Filing Date: 05/02/14). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze.Independently apply scientific methods and principles to river bed elevation mapping, spatial analysis, and methodologies associated with river hydrography.  Compile data and assist in the maintenance of a geodatabase using ESRI ArcGIS to store bathymetry and environmental data from the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta and facilities of the State Water Project.  Develop streamlined and standardized methods to interpret and visualize data using ArcGIS and Adobe Illustrator.  Conduct field collection of channel depths, and aquatic vegetation extents using a boat, sounders, and global positioning systems in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.  Some overnight stays may be required.  We are seeking candidates who have the ability to work cooperatively with others as part of a multidisciplinary team, write and communicate effectively and troubleshoot environmental instrumentation.  Professional scientific experience in environmental analysis, research, management, planning, regulation, or investigation preferred.  Interested applicants must submit a State Employment Application (Std. 678), along with the Supplemental Questionnaire.

    Contact: Shawn Mayr (916) 376-9664 or shawn.mayr@water.ca.gov, 3500 Industrial Blvd, West Sacramento, California  95691.

  • Hydroelectric Plant Electrician I ($6215-7704)Division of Operations and Maintenance, Southern Field Division, Plant Maintenance Branch, East Branch, Pearblossom Pumping Plant, Pearblossom (Final Filing Date: Until Filled). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. Installs, maintains, and repairs electrical equipment used in hydroelectric generating or pumping plants and associated facilities; must be available for off-peak operations, maintenance or emergency repairs. Knowledge of large hydroelectric equipment. Position is designated sensitive and subject to substance abuse testing. Interested applicants must submit via mail or email: State Employment Application (STD 678).

    Contact:Steve Nichols (661) 944-8506 or Steve.Nichols@water.ca.gov, P. O. Box 1187, Pearblossom, California 93553.

  • Hydroelectric Plant Electrician I ($6215-7704) - Two positions available. Division of Operations and Maintenance, San Luis Field Division, Plant Maintenance Branch, Gustine (Final Filing Date: Until Filled). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. Under direction, installs, repairs, and maintains electrical equipment in hydroelectric generating and pumping plants; must be available for off-peak operations, maintenance or emergency repairs.  Ability to work well as a team member; excellent communication skills; be available to work overtime and/or for call outs.  This position is designated as sensitive and is subject to substance abuse testing.  Interested applicants must submit via mail or email: State Employment Application (STD 678).

    Contact: Tony Lemus, (209) 827-5312 or Tony.Lemus@water.ca.gov, 31770 Gonzaga Road, Gustine, California  95322.

  • Hydroelectric Plant Electrician I ($6215-7704) - Division of Operations and Maintenance, San Joaquin Field Division, Bakersfield (Final Filing Date: Until Filled). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. Under direction, installs, repairs, and maintains electrical equipment in hydroelectric generating and pumping plants; must be available for off-peak operations, maintenance or emergency repairs.  Seeking team player with good communication skills.  This position is allocated to the Machine Rewind Crew and extensive travel and overtime will be required.  This position is designated a sensitive position and is subject to substance abuse testing.  Interested applicants must submit via mail or email: State Employment Application (STD 678).

    Contact: Curtis Wada (661) 858-5556 or Curtis.Wada@water.ca.gov, 4201 Sabodan Street, Bakersfield, California 93313.

  • Hydroelectric Plant Electrician I ($6215-7704) - Two positions available - Division of Operations and Maintenance, Delta Field Division, Plant Maintenance Branch, Byron (Final Filing Date: Until Filled). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. Installs, maintains and repairs electrical equipment used in hydroelectric generating or pumping plants and associated facilities. Knowledge of large hydroelectric equipment.  Position is designated sensitive and subject to substance abuse testing.  Interested applicants must submit via mail or email: State Employment Application (STD 678).

    Contact: Casey Osborne (209) 833-2046 or Casey.Osborne@water.ca.gov, 5280 Bruns Road, Byron, California  94514.

  • Hydroelectric Plant Electrician I ($6215-7704) - Division of Operations and Maintenance, San Luis Field Division, Plant Maintenance Branch, Gustine (Final Filing Date: Until Filled). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. Under direction, installs, repairs, and maintains electrical equipment in hydroelectric generating and pumping plants; must be available for off-peak operations, maintenance or emergency repairs.  Ability to work well as a team member; excellent communication skills; be available to work overtime and/or for call outs.  This position is designated as sensitive and is subject to substance abuse testing.  Interested applicants must submit via mail or email: State Employment Application (STD 678).

    Contact: Tony Lemus (209) 827-5312 or Tony.Lemus@water.ca.gov, 31770 Gonzaga Road, Gustine, California  95322.

  • Hydroelectric Plant Mechanic I ($6215-7704).  Division of Operations and Maintenance, Southern Field Division, Plant Maintenance Branch, East Branch, Pearblossom Pumping Plant, Pearblossom (Final Filing Date: Until Filled). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. Installs, maintains, and repairs mechanical equipment used in hydroelectric generating or pumping plants and associated facilities; must be available for off-peak operations, maintenance or emergency repairs. Knowledge of large hydroelectric equipment preferred. This position is designated as sensitive and is subject to substance abuse testing. Interested applicants must submit via mail or email: State Employment Application (STD 678).

    Contact: Robert Nazabal, (661) 944-8505 or Robert.Nazabal@water.ca.gov, P. O. Box 1187, Pearblossom, California 93553.

  • Hydroelectric Plant Mechanic I ($6215-7704) - Two positions available.  Division of Operations and Maintenance, Delta Field Division, Plant Maintenance Branch, Byron (Final Filing Date: Until Filled). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. Perform installation, repairs, testing, and maintenance of mechanical equipment in hydroelectric generating plants, pumping plants, geothermal power plants, and related project facilities.  Must be willing to work irregular hours during outages or in emergencies.  Ability to communicate effectively as a team member.  This position is designated sensitive position and is subject to substance abuse testing.  Interested applicants must submit a State Employment Application (STD 678) and a Criminal Record Supplemental Questionnaire.

    Contact: Jimmie Wright, (209) 833-2092 or Jimmie.Wright@water.ca.gov, 5280 Bruns Road, Byron, California  94514-1917.

  • Hydroelectric Plant Mechanic I ($6215-7704) - Two positions available.  Division of Operations and Maintenance, Oroville Field Division, Plant Maintenance Branch, Oroville.  (Final Filing Date: Until Filled). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. Under direction, perform mechanical maintenance and repair work on large hydroelectric generating and pumping plant equipment; must be available for off-peak operations, maintenance or emergency repairs.  Knowledge of refrigeration, have welding skills, must be able to read blueprints and have the ability to perform precision measurements with micrometers. This position is designated sensitive and is subject to substance abuse testing.  Interested applicants must submit a State Employment Application (STD 678).

    Contact: Ron Brault, (530) 534-2574 or ron.brault@water.ca.gov, 460 Glen Drive, Oroville, California  95966.

  • Hydroelectric Plant Mechanic I ($6215-7704) - Division of Operations and Maintenance, San Joaquin Field Division, Bakersfield (Final Filing Date: Until Filled). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. Under direction, perform mechanical maintenance and repair work on large hydroelectric generating and pumping plant equipment; must be available for off-peak operations, maintenance or emergency repairs.  Ability to work well as a team member; excellent communication skills; be available to work overtime and/or for call outs.  This position is designated sensitive position and is subject to substance abuse testing.  Extensive travel may be required.  Interested applicants must submit a State Employment Application (STD 678).

    Contact: Curtis Wada (661) 858-5556, cutris_wada@water.ca.gov, 4201 Sabodan Street, Bakersfield, California  93313.

  • Hydroelectric Plant Mechanic II ($6832-8470) - Division of Operations and Maintenance, San Joaquin Field Division, Plant Maintenance Branch, Bakersfield (Final Filing Date: 04/23/14). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. Under direction of the HEP Mechanic Supervisor, directs and works with a crew engaged in performing mechanical maintenance and repair work on hydroelectric pumping plant equipment; must be available for off-peak operations, maintenance, or emergency repairs. Computer skills, SAP knowledge, and excellent communication skills. This position is designated sensitive and is subject to substance abuse testing. Interested applicants must submit a State Employment Application (STD 678).

    Contact: Curtis Wada (661) 858-5556, cutris_wada@water.ca.gov, 4201 Sabodan Street, Bakersfield, California  93313.

  • Hydroelectric Plant Operator ($6215-7704) - Division of Operations and Maintenance, Southern Field Division, Operations, Plant Operations Section, Devil Canyon Powerplant, San Bernardino (Final Filing Date: Until Filled). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. Operates pumps, generators and associated auxiliary equipment.  Performs high voltage switching, implements power and water schedules and maintains log.  Ability to work well with others, use independent judgment, strong oral and written communication skills.  This position is designated sensitive and is subject to substance abuse testing.  This position is subject to a background investigation prior to hire and every seven years thereafter.  Interested applicants must submit via mail or email: State Employment Application (STD 678) and a Criminal Record Supplemental Questionnaire.

    Contact: Curtis Green (661) 944-8760 or Curtis.Green@dwr.ca.gov, P.O. Box 1187, Pearblossom, California  93553.

  • Hydroelectric Plant Operator ($6215-7704) - Division of Operations and Maintenance, San Joaquin Field Division, Operations, Plant Operations Section, Bakersfield (Final Filing Date: Until Filled). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. Operates pumps, generators and associated auxiliary equipment. Performs high voltage switching, implements power and water schedules and maintains log. Ability to work well with others, use independent judgment, strong oral and written communication skills. This position is designated sensitive and is subject to substance abuse testing. This position is subject to a background investigation prior to hire and every seven years thereafter. Interested applicants must submit via mail or email: State Employment Application (STD 678) and a Criminal Record Supplemental Questionnaire (http://jobs.ca.gov/pdf/crsq.pdf).

    Contact: Darren Choyce (661) 858-5579 or Darren.Choyce@water.ca.gov, 4201 Sabodan Street, Bakersfield, California 93313.

  • Hydroelectric Plant Operator ($6215-7704) - Two positions available - Division of Operations and Maintenance, San Luis Field Division, Plant Operations Branch, Gustine (Final Filing Date: Until Filled). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. Operate pumps, generators and associated auxiliary equipment, aqueduct facilities, reservoirs and turnouts from plants, control centers and remote sites.  Perform-high voltage switching, implements power and water schedules and maintains log.  Ability to work well with others, use independent judgment, strong oral and written communications skills.  This position is designated sensitive and is subject to substance abuse testing.  This position has frequent access to areas designated as containing critical cyber assets in accordance with North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) reliability standards and therefore a satisfactory background check is required prior to appointment and every seven years thereafter.  Interested applicants must submit via mail: State Employment Application (STD 678) and the Criminal Record Supplemental Questionnaire (http://jobs.ca.gov/pdf/crsq.pdf).

    Contact: Mike Cardoza (209) 827-5319 or Mike.Cardoza@water.ca.gov, 31770 Gonzaga Road, Gustine, California  95322.

  • Hydroelectric Plant Operator ($6215-7704) - Two positions available - Division of Operations and Maintenance, Delta Field Division, Plant Operations Branch, Byron, (Final Filing Date: Until Filled). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. Operates pumps, generators and associated auxiliary equipment, aqueduct facilities, reservoirs and turnouts from plants, control centers and remote sites.  Strong communication and organizational skills.  This position is subject to a background investigation prior to hire and every seven years thereafter.  This position is also designated sensitive and subject to substance abuse testing.  Interested applicants must submit a State Employment Application (STD 678) and a Criminal Record Supplemental Questionnaire (http://jobs.ca.gov/pdf/crsq.pdf).

    Contact: John Wilson (209) 833-2157 or John.Wilson@dwr.ca.gov, 5280 Bruns Road, Byron, California 94514.

  • Hydroelectric Plant Operator ($6215-7704) - Division of Operations and Maintenance, Southern Field Division, Operations, Plant Operations Section, Devil canyon Powerplant, San Bernardino (Final Filing Date: Until Filled). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. Operates pumps, generators and associated auxiliary equipment.  Performs high voltage switching, implements power and water schedules and maintains log.  Ability to work well with others, use independent judgment, strong oral and written communication skills.  This position is designated sensitive and is subject to substance abuse testing.  This position is subject to a background investigation prior to hire and every seven years thereafter.  Interested applicants must submit via mail or email: State Employment Application (STD 678) and a Criminal Record Supplemental Questionnaire (http://jobs.ca.gov/pdf/crsq.pdf).

    Contact: Curtis Green (661) 944-8760 or Curtis.Green@dwr.ca.gov, P.O. Box 1187, Pearblossom, California 93553.

  • Hydroelectric Plant Technician I ($5017-7703) - Two positions available - Division of Operations and Maintenance, Delta Field Division, Engineering Branch, Byron (Final Filing Date: Until Filled).This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. Assists with analyzing, trouble-shooting and diagnosing hardware and software failures on equipment.  Assists with performing physical installation and testing of equipment, independently performs routine tasks, and assists on difficult tasks performing preventative maintenance.  Position is designated sensitive and subject to substance abuse testing.  This position is subject to a background investigation prior to hire and every seven years thereafter.  Interested applicants must submit via mail or email: State Employment Application (STD 678) and a Criminal Record Supplemental Questionnaire.

    Contact: Pardeep Singh (209) 833-2022, or Pardeep.Singh@water.ca.gov, 5280 Bruns Road, Byron, California  94514-1917.

  • Hydroelectric Plant Technician II ($6684-8470) - Division of Operations and Maintenance, San Luis Field Division, Gustine (Final Filing Date: 05/02/14).This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. Analyze, trouble-shoot and  diagnose Hardware and Software failures on equipment, systems and related components  utilizing  knowledge of proper operations and performance levels, fault isolation procedures, appropriate tools and test equipment, system isolation and safety procedures, technical documentation, drawings and schematics so that the failed equipment or component can be isolated and identified for repair or replacement.  Identify appropriate materials, equipment and procedures to safely repair and restore equipment and system to operations, including testing and validation.  Position is designated sensitive and subject to substance abuse testing.  This position is subject to a background investigation prior to hire and every seven years thereafter.  Interested applicants must submit via mail or email: State Employment Application (STD 678), and Criminal Record Supplemental Questionnaire.

    Contact: Gilbert Lujan (209) 827-5104 or Gilbert.Lujan@water.ca.gov, 31770 Gonzaga Road, Gustine, California  95322.

  • Hydroelectric Plant Technician Supervisor ($7883-10559) - Division of Operations and Maintenance, Oroville Field Division, Oroville (Final Filing Date: 05/01/14). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. Under direction of the Branch Chief, incumbent will be a supervisor who plans, directs, organizes, supports, trains, and evaluates Hydroelectric Plant Technician staff. This position is responsible to work closely with the Planning/Scheduling and other branches by providing technical work on control, communication, electrical and mechanical equipment in connection with the operations and maintenance of SWP generating/pumping plants, switchyards, water conveyance, and facilities. Candidate must have a safety first attitude, thorough understanding of “Lock-out Tag-out” principles, excellent communication skills, and be able to work cooperatively with others. Should possess hydroelectric plant field experience performing troubleshooting, installation, maintenance, calibration, and commissioning of related equipment; strong organizational, leadership, and computer skills; SAP experience. Position is designated sensitive and subject to substance abuse testing. This position is subject to a background investigation prior to hire and every seven years thereafter. Interested applicants must submit via mail or email: State Employment Application (STD 678) and a Criminal Record Supplemental Questionnaire

    Contact: Pat Whitlock (530) 990-4300, or Pat.Whitlock@water.ca.gov 460 Glen Drive, Oroville, California 95966

  • Hydroelectric Plant Technician Supervisor ($7883-10559) - Division of Operations and Maintenance, Southern Field Division, Engineering Branch, HEP Technician Section, Pearblossom (Final Filing Date: 04/25/14). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. Plans, coordinates, schedules, and prioritizes work through HEP Technician III's, and distributes and supervises the work of HEP Technicians that are engaged in the equipment installation, testing, troubleshooting, repair, inspection, maintenance, calibration, modernization, and documentation within Southern Field.  Excellent communication skills, computer knowledge in various programs including SAP, strong organizational and interpersonal skills preferred.  Incumbent must be willing to work extended hours and on weekends as needed to support restoration of operations and follow safety precautions inherent in the job.  Position is designated sensitive and subject to substance abuse testing.  This position is subject to a background investigation prior to hire and every seven years thereafter.  Interested applicants must submit via mail or email: State Employment Application (STD 678) and a Criminal Record Supplemental Questionnaire

    Contact: Gabino Velazquez (661) 944-8501 or Gabino.Velazquez@water.ca.gov or P.O. Box 1187, Pearblossom, California 93553.

  • Office Technician (Typing) ($2686-3362) - Division of Flood Management, Flood Projects Office, Limited Term up to 24 months, Sacramento (Final Filing Date: 05/05/14). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. Under general direction of the Principal Engineer, Water Resources, the incumbent provides clerical support to the entire Office.  The incumbent performs a variety of the most difficult secretarial duties and is expected to consistently exercise a high degree of initiative, independence, and originality in performing assigned tasks.  Type a variety of correspondence, reports, and miscellaneous written material.  Set up meetings, coordinate calendars and perform essential duties such as Training Coordination activities, distribution and tracking of the annual Appraisal and Development (A&D) program, travel arrangements, process Out-of-State travel requests, travel expenses and travel advances, Timekeeper activities, logging and processing incoming and outgoing mail, ordering supplies for the Flood Projects Office.  This position requires multi-tasking, attention to detail, good judgment and effective communication skills.  Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel is essential.  Motivated, creative, and energetic persons are strongly encouraged to apply.  Interested applicants must submit a cover letter, Standard State Application (STD 678) with complete work history and resume.  To be considered for this position, please include the following identifying information on your STD. 678 Employment Applications:  SAP Position Number 50001172

    Contact: Marissa Hernandez (916) 574-2642, 3310 El Camino Avenue, Suite 120, Sacramento, California 95821.

  • Senior Environmental Scientist (Specialist) - ($5445-6772) - Division of Environmental Services, Municipal Water Quality Program Branch, Quality Assurance Quality Control Section, West Sacramento (Final Filing Date: 04/25/14). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. As the designated lead in the Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) program provide technical oversight and compliance support with the Department's QA/QC policy - Water Resources Engineering Memorandum 60.  The incumbent is responsible for assigning staff to specific QA/QC tasks, coordinating and leading the QC Committee meetings, and preparing reports to the Director documenting progress in implementing the QA/QC program.  Responsibilities include leading and coordinating activities to revise and standardized the QA Program Plan, QA Project Plans, and QA/QC procedures, guidelines, manuals; supporting DWR's Divisions with QA/QC services, advising management, applying statistical principals, and addressing issues of quality control principals with data collection, certification, reporting, utilization, and exchange within DWR and other State and federal environmental agencies.  Coordinates with staff from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) and other agencies to integrate QA/QC data into data sharing services, and State and national data exchanges.  Knowledge and expertise in QA/QC policy, statistical methods and techniques, scientific principles; data process control, project risk management issues, and computerized management of databases; and strong leadership, coordination, organizational, people skills, and excellent verbal and written communication skills.

    Contact: Laura Hamilton, (916) 376-9697, 3500 Industrial Boulevard, West Sacramento, California  95691.

  • Senior Environmental Scientist (Supervisory) ($5450-6775) - Division of Environmental Services, Office of Environmental Compliance, Mitigation and Restoration Branch, West Sacramento (Final Filing Date: 05/02/14). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. Want to be part of the planning and implementation of one of the largest habitat restoration project in the country? Do you have an interest in the preservation and restoration of the natural environment of the Delta? Come and be part of this exciting and historic multiagency effort to create and implement the Bay Delta Conservation Plan, the most ambitious and momentous DWR program since the inception of the State Water Project.  As Chief of the BDCP Section, you will supervise a team of environmental scientists providing environmental support for the development and preparation of the BDCP and related documents.  In this position, you will provide oversight and coordination of BDCP activities and technical studies focusing on aquatic resources, and early implementation of BDCP’s Conservation Strategy as it relates to habitat restoration and other actions.  This section is an integral part of a team of State and consulting professionals preparing the BDCP and related implementing environmental documents.  Applicants should have the ability to lead environmental projects, investigations, and multi-disciplinary and interagency teams; strong coordination, organization, and project management skills; experience in Delta issues and aquatic ecology, with knowledge of environmental compliance (NEPA/CEQA, permitting) and aquatic habitat restoration science and implementation; and excellent coordination, communication, and problem-solving skills.

    Contact: Michael Toussand, (916) 376-9698 or michael.toussand@water.ca.gov , 3500 Industrial Blvd., West Sacramento, California  95691.

  • Staff Services Analyst (General) ($2817-4579) - Division of Operations and Maintenance, San Joaquin Field Division, Bakersfield (Final Filing Date: 4/22/14). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. Under supervision of the Administrative Officer II, the Staff Services Analyst will perform support work of average difficulty in a wide variety of consultative and analytical assignments such as budget planning, program analysis, and program control functions, as well as fiscal accounting, Planner / Scheduler functions, and applicable SAP activities. Interested applicants must submit a State Employment Application (STD 678).

    Contact: Jamie Mulkey-Flink (661) 858-5504, 4201 Sabodan Street, Bakersfield, California 93313

  • Staff Services Analyst (General) ($2817-4579) or Associate Governmental Program Analyst ($4400-5508) - Division of Engineering, Administrative Services Branch, Sacramento.  Permanent Intermittent. (Final Filing Date: 04/22/14).  This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. This position performs contract analysis, coordination and administration duties for the Department-wide Architectural & Engineering (A&E) Program.  Responsible for adhering to quick time frames, preparing, processing and coordinating contracts from inception to award.  The successful candidate must possess the ability to effectively manage multiple projects and priorities, knowledge of State contracting policies rules, laws and procedures, especially rules, regulations and policies governing A&E contracts, strong written and verbal communication, well developed analytical skills, ability to pay close attention to detail and meet deadlines, excellent attendance, excellent interpersonal skills and an interest in learning about various organizations within the Department and their respective missions.  Interested applicants must submit a State Employment Application (STD 678), along with the Supplemental Questionnaire.

    Contact: Xaviera Isler, Xaviera.Isler@water.ca.gov, (916) 653-7249, 1416 Ninth Street, Room 418-1B, Sacramento, California 95814.

  • Student Assistant ($8.41-11.53/hr) - Division of Statewide Integrated Water Management/Water Use and Efficiency Branch, Sacramento, Temporary Intermittent (Final Filing Date: 04/25/2014). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. The Water Use Efficiency Branch is looking for Student Assistants in a training capacity and under close supervision to assist with data entry, surveys, and participate in gathering resources, analyzing data, and monitoring of projects.  Must be able to work cooperatively with others in a courteous and professional manner; be detail-oriented; exercise good judgment and be able to keep a regular working schedule.  Good interpersonal and communication skills are essential.  Seeking candidates with experience in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and databases.  Background in Remote Sensing and GIS is a plus.  Students majoring in Irrigation Engineering, Atmospheric Sciences, Soil Sciences, and closely related majors are encouraged to apply.  Applicants must submit a cover letter, standard State application (STD. 678) with complete work history, resume, and unofficial transcripts.  To be considered for this position, please include the following identifying information on your STD. 678 Employment Application: SAP Position Number 50069633.

    Contact: Lisa Batiste, (916) 651-7039, 901 P Street, Sacramento, California  95814.

  • Student Assistant (Engineering and Architectural Sciences) ($11.55-17.80/hour) - Division of Integrated Regional Water Management, Special Investigations Branch, Groundwater & Regional Planning Section, Fresno, Temporary Intermittent (Final Filing Date: 04/29/2014). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. Under close supervision, assist staff to compile, research, and organize water well records, water quality data, and groundwater level measurements into spreadsheets and databases.  Prepare summaries, reports, GPS-linked maps, and documents.  Seeking candidates with proficiency in MS Office software applications including Word, Excel, and Access and the ability to analyze water quality and/or water level data.  This position requires the incumbent to work cooperatively and communicate effectively with others.  Students majoring in Engineering or Geology with emphasis in Engineering are encouraged to apply.  Please submit a State Employment Application (STD 678), a resume, and an unofficial transcript to the contact indicated below.

    Contact: Michael McGinnis at (559) 230-3326 or Michael.McGinnis@water.ca.gov, 3374 E. Shields Avenue, Fresno, California  93726.

  • Student Assistant ($8.41-11.53) or Graduate Student Assistant ($10.38-16.19) - Division of Integrated Regional Water Management, Northern Region Office, Groundwater and Geologic Investigations Section, Red Bluff, Temporary Intermittent (Final Filing Date: 05/02/14). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. Under close supervision of a Senior Engineering Geologist, the incumbent will assist with data analysis, report writing, data entry and maintenance and data presentation for hydrogeologic, geologic, and geomorphic investigations.  Assist staff with field work and data collection, measuring groundwater levels, aquifer testing, gravel sampling, borehole logging, water quality sampling, well elevations surveys, and bank erosion surveys.  Have the ability to follow written and oral instructions; work well with a variety of people; and prioritize tasks in a busy work environment.  Seeking candidates with experience in the use of ArcGIS, Excel, Word, and Access. ArcMap skills are a plus.  Applicant must possess a valid California driver's license.  Students majoring in Physical Science, Geology, or Hydrology are encouraged to apply.  Please submit your unofficial transcripts and STD. 678 Employment Application to the contact person listed below.

    Contact: Bill Ehorn (530) 528-7403 or Bill.Ehorn@water.ca.gov, 2440 Main Street, Red Bluff, California  96080-2356.

  • Supervising Engineer, Water Resources ($8097-10137) - Division of Flood Management, Hydrology and Flood Operations Office, Sacramento (Final Filing Date: 04/25/2014). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. The Hydrology Branch staff is friendly, enthusiastic, high-spirited, professional, and dedicated to sharing their knowledge of the hydrology and flood systems of California.  They need a leader to guide their team; a leader who is courteous, friendly, and patient; a leader who is accomplished at championing program needs and mentoring staff.  This incumbent serves as Chief of the Hydrology Branch whose principal duties include flood forecasting, water supply forecasting, specialized hydrology and hydraulic studies and supervising California Data Exchange Center activities.  As Chief Forecaster, the incumbent serves as senior DWR river forecaster to lead the State flood forecasting team established under the cooperative Federal-State River Forecast Center.  Supervise Section Chiefs and monitor Branch activities and programs of the River Forecasting Section, Reservoir Coordinated Operations Section, Hydraulic Analysis Section, California Data Exchange Center, Snow Survey's Section and Snow Surveyors.  Direct the issuance of all flood warning bulletins.  Serve and coordinate Branch resources as part of the Plans/Intel efforts for flood emergency operations and exercises.  We are seeking candidates who are highly organized, creative, and industrious.  Candidates with excellent verbal and written communication skills, a deft hand at budgets, good at visioning, understands completed work, and can multi-task. The interview will consist of Written and Oral portions.  Interested applicants must submit a cover letter, State Employment Application (STD 678) with complete work history, and a Statement of Qualifications (SOQ).  The SOQ should describe the candidate's managerial experience, knowledge, and abilities relative to the qualifications of this position and should not exceed two pages in length. Specific examples should be provided.  Please include the following identifying information on your STD. 678 Employment Application: SAP Position Number 50000998.

    Contact: Marissa Hernandez (916) 574-2642, 3310 El Camino Avenue, Suite 120, Sacramento, California 95821.

  • Supervising Engineer, Water Resources ($8097-10137) - Executive Division, Deputy Director's Office, Sacramento (Final Filing Date: 04/22/14). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. This position will serve as technical advisor to the Deputy Director, Delta and Statewide Water Management. The position will investigate and provide consultation on a variety of complex and sensitive executive level matters. This position requires thorough knowledge of Departmental programs, policies, and procedures; excellent communications skills including the ability to give oral presentations to large varieties of audiences; work effectively with Department staff at all organizational levels; and work effectively with representatives from other organizations and the general public. We are seeking candidates with excellent written and oral communication skills. Interested applicants must submit a State Employment Application (STD 678) along with resume and a Statement of Qualifications (SOQ). The SOQ is a separate typed document in Arial 12 pt. font (2-page maximum) which addresses the candidate's knowledge, skills, experience, and education as it relates to the qualifications listed in the Job Description. Financial Disclosure Required.

    Contact: Linda Scherr (916) 653-5872, 1416 Ninth Street, Room 1115-8, Sacramento, California 95814.

  • Systems Software Specialist II (Technical) ($5561-7310) - Division of Technology Services, Enterprise IT Architecture Branch, Production Services, Sacramento. (Final Filing Date:  05/05/2014). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. Incumbent will provide technical expertise and leadership on enterprise-level software platforms and systems. Designs, deploys, and maintains enterprise-level software platform environments. Establishes proper level of critical system platform health care including patch schedules, upgrade cycles, and regular maintenance activities. Serve as expert System's Administrator for enterprise-level software platforms. Perform System Administrator duties for the following platforms: Weblogic, Apache, Adobe LiveCycle, Documentum, RSA, F5, SCCM, and SOA Software. All interested applicants must submit the following completed package: a Standard State Application (STD 678); SAP Position Number 50010930 referenced on STD 678; and resume.

    Contact:Valerie Senquiz, (916) 653-6931 or Valerie.senquiz@water.ca.gov , 1416 Ninth Street, Room 707, Sacramento, California  95814.

  • Systems Software Specialist II (Technical) ($5561-7310) - Division of Technology Services, Enterprise Infrastructure Services Branch, System Operations Sacramento. (Final Filing Date:  4/28/2014). This position is exempt from the hiring freeze. Under the general administrative direction of the DWR Enterprise System Operations Chief, provides technology expertise in the service and support of the Department's physical and virtual server infrastructure.  Responsible for maintaining the Department's Linux server environment  to provide a reliable, secure, efficient, and productive environment for critical systems and servers used throughout the Department.  The incumbent provides technical solutions consistent with the Department's technology strategies and industry best practices.  Interested applicants must submit a Standard State Application (STD 678) and resume.  Please include the following identifying information on your application: SAP Position Number 50000587.

    Contact:Valerie Senquiz, (916) 653-6931 or Valerie.senquiz@water.ca.gov , 1416 Ninth Street, Room 707, Sacramento, California  95814.

 
 
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