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Application Review Starts: March 9, 2018
Start Reviewing Applications: March 30, 2018

Job Type: Full-Time
Salary Range: $56,000 - $80,000; starting salary range is determined by level of experience
Website: www.minnehahacreek.org

Position Description/Summary of Position
The Research and Monitoring (R&M) program is the foundation of the District’s sound science brand, the essential component in supporting the District’s mission of protecting and enhancing the landscape. The R&M Program Manager will oversee the implementation of the District’s R&M program which manages a $1 million annual budget and oversees a staff of five (5). The R&M Program Manager will inform and directly support the planning and delivery of capital projects and other successful District initiatives by diagnosing drivers and stressors of the District’s water resources. Additionally the R&M Program Manager will provide ongoing leadership, management, and professional development for R&M staff, fostering a high performing team environment.  

The complete job description and application form are available at:

To apply, please email a cover letter, resume and application form to admin@minnehahacreek.org.

For questions about the job duties please contact James Wisker at 952-641-4509 or jwisker@minnehahacreek.org.


APPLICATION DEADLINE: 4:30 p.m. on April 2, 2018

Position Location: Wright SWCD Office, 311 Brighton Ave S, Suite C, Buffalo, MN 55313
Salary Range: $62,000 - $94,500 + benefits
Based upon qualifications and experience
Website: www.wrightswcd.org

This position performs in a technical capacity to carry out the installation of the Wright Soil and Water Conservation District’s Best Management Practices within Wright County which include small feedlots, rural and urban erosion control, streambank stabilization and other conservation practices. Technical duties include, but are not limited to, all facets of the installation of a conservation practice from the inception of the project to the check-out upon completion of the engineering construction. This position will also be fully involved with other District programs as time allows and as directed by the District Manager. The position holder will be expected to work as a team member with conservation partners, namely SWCD and Natural Resources Conservation Service staff to accomplish conservation goals. Extensive outdoor work will be expected.

• Minimum four (4) year degree in Civil, Agricultural or related Engineering field.
• A registered professional agricultural or civil engineer licensed in the State of Minnesota, or the ability to attain this licensure within two (2) years.
• Knowledge and experience in the areas of feedlot pollution abatement, storm water management and other rural and urban non-point pollution best management practices.
• Proficient in the use of computer-aided design software (AutoCAD) & GIS software (ArcMap).
• Proficient with total station and survey grade GPS survey equipment.
• Experience with MS Office including Word, Excel, and Power Point.
• Strong interpersonal skills to work with a wide variety of people.
• Self-motivated; able to work with minimal supervision.
• A valid driver’s license, physical ability to carry equipment over rough terrain, and the ability to perform outdoor work in all season of the year. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

• Advise landowners and overseeing the installation of conservation practices
• Gather soil and water resource data for the preparation of conservation practice designs
• Develop detailed land surveys for practice design
• Design conservation projects and practices to prevent soil loss, sedimentation and/or improve water quality
• Supervise field layout, construction and check-out of the conservation practice

Applicants should submit college transcripts and a personal resume listing qualifications for the position requirements as shown above. Personal references should be available on request. Fax, E-mail or mail applications to the address listed above by the closing date. Candidates will be considered without discrimination for any non-merit reasons such as race, color, religion, sex, national origin, politics, marital status, disability, age, public assistance status, veteran status, sexual orientation or membership or nonmembership in an employee organization.

Send Application To:
Luke Johnson, District Manager
Wright SWCD
311 Brighton Avenue South Suite C
Buffalo, Minnesota 55313
Phone 763-682-1970 Ext 3
E-Mail luke.johnson@mn.nacdnet.net
Fax 763-682-0262


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