Water Resources Program Coordinator – Texas
Join the Texas A&M Forest Service in conserving and protecting the forest resources of Texas! This position coordinates the Water Resources Program, managing dedicated grants and supervising water resources staff to engage with stakeholders across the state in activities that work towards protecting, conserving, and enhancing Texas’ water resources through the sustainable use of urban and rural forestlands. The coordinator will perform education and outreach to landowners and resource managers, develop innovative strategies leading to sourcewater protection, collaborate with administrative and field staff to ensure effective delivery of agency initiatives, and develop and maintain relationships with internal and external partners.
B.S. in forestry or closely related field of ecology or environmental science is required. Strong interpersonal, oral and written communication skills are necessary. Ability to multi-task, work effectively with minimal supervision and work cooperatively with others. Four or more years’ experience in natural resources conservation, forestry, urban forestry, or drinking water operations.
Apply here: https://tfsweb.tamu.edu/jobs/
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