Employment Opportunities

The Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC), a federal-interstate water resource management agency, currently has two employment opportunities:

  • Supervisor, Information Technology: Submissions from interested, qualified candidates will be accepted until 4 p.m., Friday, April 29, 2016.
  • Water Resource Engineer: Submissions from interested, qualified candidates will be accepted until this position is filled.
Supervisor, Information Technology: Deadline - 4 P.M. Friday, April 29, 2016

Supervisor, Information Technology

EMPLOYEE STATUS: Full-Time Probationary

BRANCH: Finance and Administration

GRADE: E22

SALARY RANGE: $70,150 - $105,200

SUPERVISED BY: Director - Finance and Administration

POSITION DESCRIPTION

The Supervisor, Information Technology (IT) coordinates and provides oversight for staff involved in operating, planning and developing the Commission’s information technology resources. The Commission’s information technology functions include e-mail, internet and intranet systems, computer hardware, peripherals and software, cloud-hosted services, and GIS and database management systems. The Commission’s IT infrastructure is part of the New Jersey Garden State Network.

Assignments are performed with a high degree of independence.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Supervise IT systems, operation, development, and maintenance, including server platforms and authentication, PC acquisition, and upgrades, software rollout, and troubleshooting.
  • Supervisory responsibilities for staff members.
  • Coordinate with New Jersey Office of Information Technology (OIT) to ensure the Commission is aware of and following OIT policies.
  • Oversee integrated database management system and work with other branches to satisfy data needs of the agency.
  • Provide strategic leadership on recommendation for information technology, data management, and related processes and policies.
  • Supervise GIS function within the Commission including providing access to users, organizing mapping layers, and maintaining and enhancing public access to GIS data layers and maps.
  • Prepare budgets, grant applications, cooperative agreements, and progress reports related to IT activities.
  • Apply analytical skills to support decision making by senior management. Develop and maintain operational metrics (e.g., annual work plan, internal dashboards, and website analytics).
  • Work with other branches and sections of the Commission in development of data, tools, and systems used for long range water supply planning and updating of the Commission’s Comprehensive Plan and Water Resources Program.

QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in Computer Science, Information Technology, Business Administration, or a related discipline is required.

Minimum of eight (8) years of directly related experience in the information technology field demonstrating increasing levels of responsibility. At least three (3) years of supervisory / management experience in the information technology field. A Master’s Degree in the above-cited disciplines may be substituted for up to two (2) years of the required experience. Familiarity and expertise with the following technologies and programming languages is preferred: MS SQL Server, MS Access, MS Excel, VBA, ESRI ArcGIS, ASP.NET, SharePoint, and MS Office 365.

INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLICANTS

Submit resume with salary history to:

Richard C. Gore
Director, Finance and Administration
Delaware River Basin Commission
25 State Police Drive, P.O. Box 7360
West Trenton, NJ 08628

Or send via email to jobs@drbc.nj.gov
(email submissions are preferred)

The deadline to apply for this position is 4 p.m., Friday, April 29, 2016

EOE

Water Resource Engineer: Open Until Filled

Water Resource Engineer

EMPLOYEE STATUS: Full-Time Probationary

BRANCH: Water Resource Management

GRADE: E16

SALARY RANGE: $48,450 – 72,800

SUPERVISED BY: Manager - Project Review

POSITION DESCRIPTION

The Water Resource Engineer (WRE) in the Project Review Section of the Water Resource Management Branch provides engineering services in the field of water resources planning and development related specifically to: 1) the evaluation of projects (principally water quality) submitted to the Commission for review and 2) the review of State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System discharge criteria and permits for compatibility with DRBC Water Quality Regulations.

The WRE will maintain a liaison with public and private agencies working on water related matters in the Delaware Basin to be familiar with projects being planned or undertaken in the Basin. The WRE will coordinate review work with state agencies and DRBC staff. Duties will include evaluating applications involving mixing zones, performing total dissolved solids determinations, assigning CBOD20 waste load allocations, determining consistency with Special Protection Water regulations (including non-point source pollution criteria), and the application of toxic discharge criteria.

The WRE will review projects/National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) submissions for compliance with the DRBC requirements and compatibility with the Comprehensive Plan and will provide recommendations to the Branch Manager for approval, disapproval, or modification based on sound engineering knowledge and judgment. Duties will also include the preparation of project summaries for public notice, preparing lists of parties to receive information on projects, using Commission’s computer facilities to store and retrieve project information, and the analysis of projects and coordination with Commission technical, administrative, and legal staff. The WRE will also participate in the coordination of revisions to the Commission’s Water Quality Standards.

The WRE will be required to respond to the public and other interested parties on projects and Commission matters and will need to prepare and deliver presentations.

QUALIFICATIONS

A Bachelor’s Degree in Civil or Environmental Engineering from an accredited college is required. A working knowledge of computer applications and general application of computers to water resources management is desirable. An Engineer-in-Training Certificate or a Professional Engineer’s License is preferred. A pending May 2016 Graduate will be considered.

INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLICANTS

Submit resume with salary history to:

Richard C. Gore
Chief Administrative Officer
Delaware River Basin Commission
25 State Police Drive, P.O. Box 7360
West Trenton, NJ 08628

Or send via email to denise.mchugh@drbc.nj.gov
(email submissions are preferred)

This position will remain open until filled.

EOE