Local Recruitment: Adjudication Water Resource Specialist

Are you interested in historic water use, water rights, maps, and aerial photo interpretation?  Would you find working in a career that has both legal and technical challenges interesting? Would you like assisting water right owners? If so, consider working for the Department of Natural Resources and Conservation Water Resources Division in Bozeman, MT.


Position Type: Full-Time

Organization: Government

Experience Level: 0-2 Years

Degree Required: Bachelor's (Or Equivalent)


Deadline to Apply is February 24, 2023


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