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Water Resources Manager
JOB SUMMARY: Under the direction of the Natural Resources Department Director, the Water Resources Program Manager will be responsible for planning, determining direction, administering, and managing the Natural Resources Department’s Water Resources Program. The person in this position serves as principal hydrologist for the Water Resources Program. The program includes water resources management within the Nooksack Indian Tribe’s Usual and Accustomed Grounds and Stations; participation in local, state, and federal natural resources forums; natural resources protection; climate change adaptation; and support of other department programs and projects.


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