Coconino County – Where opportunities are as vast as our landscapes. Do you have a bachelor’s degree in hydrology, civil engineering, or a related field and three years of experience in hydrology, flood control or related field. Do you want to join a powerful team that is dedicated to protecting the health of the public and the environment and willing to promote effective onsite wastewater treatment in Coconino County? The Coconino County Community Development Department is seeking a Hydrologist who reviews building permit requests and zoning requests for compliance, meets with developers and property owners, issues drainage permits, provides information to County officials, other agencies and more. If you are seeking employment satisfaction, a sense of pride in your work and the knowledge that your daily efforts have a direct impact on the community and are in pursuit of a collaborative work environment where diversity is embraced and accomplishments are celebrated we look forward to seeing your application for our Hydrologist position! Apply online by 09/06/19 at http://www.coconino.az.gov or call (928)679-7100. EOE.
Bachelor’s degree in hydrology, civil engineering, or a related field and three years of experience in hydrology, flood control or related field
About Coconino County
Coconino County is a land of vast and endless beauty, and home to many cultures.? The County’s population is 136,011, a nearly 16% increase since 2000.? The County covers 18,661 square miles, 16% of the entire State of Arizona, and larger than the country of Switzerland. This area is comprised of 12% private land; the remainder being state, federal and tribal land.? 27% of the population is of Native American descent, including the Havasupai, Hopi, Hualapai, Kaibab-Paiute, and San Juan Southern Paiute tribes, and a large portion of the Navajo Nation. Additionally, 14% of the population is Hispanic. 32% of the population has a college degree—a higher percentage than that of the State of Arizona overall,The name “Coconino” is derived from “Cohonino”, the Hopi word for Havasupai and Yavapai. The name represents more than one people, which is fitting since the diversity of ideas and perspectives among our citizens makes our County unique.