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Hydrotech job opening in Lubbock, TX

Update: This position has closed.

Love to work outdoors?  Ready for a job involving opportunities for independence and teamwork maintaining and troubleshooting at the front line of USGS water data collection?   We have a current job opening for a hydrologic technician in our Lubbock office. 

Checking equipment inside a crest stage gage
Checking temperature equipment at crest stage gage near San Angelo.

USGS Hydrologic Technicians (Hydrotechs) are out in the field, on perfect (and not so perfect) Texas days.   They're installing gages, checking routine gage functions, and troubleshooting equipment malfunctions.   They're the first ones out (as soon as it's safe) during and after a flood, to ensure that critical data are available to all.  They're out at streams, lakes, wells, crest-stage gages, and everywhere else USGS collects data.   And in between, they're reviewing data, making sure that USGS data meet high standards for accuracy and dependability.

The Texas Water Science Center has a current Hydrotech opening in the Lubbock office.

Full job descriptions and application are available through USA Jobs:

This position closes soon.   It's open to all US citizens, so please forward to anyone you know who might be interested.

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