We are always looking for talented individuals to add to the Balance team. Even if you do not see a job in your field of interest, feel free to submit a résumé to Balance Hydrologics via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via fax at (510) 704-1001, or even by mail at 800 Bancroft Way, Suite 101, Berkeley, CA, 94710. We invite phone inquiries, but encourage that applicants first transmit an initial letter of interest and a résumé.
To apply to a listed position opening, please send résumé and cover letter referencing the position of interest and outlining qualifications to the attention of Leslie Kizzee at email@example.com or fax us at (510) 704-1001. Balance Hydrologics is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Balance Hydro team is always looking for new talent.
Senior Staff Engineer
Working with Balance staff and specialists from other firms, the Senior Water Resources Engineer will apply expertise in hydrology, hydraulics, environmental fluid mechanics, stormwater management, and engineering design to projects covering a wide range of water resources analysis and design challenges. The engineer will carry out assessments of channel design and stability, as well as modeling of watershed processes and environmental hydrodynamics. Assignments may involve field and analytical elements, plus coordination with consultants in other disciplines and regulatory agency professionals.
Water Quality Specialist
Balance Hydrologics is seeking a water-quality specialist to support feasibility, design, and post-construction monitoring assessments for habitat-hydrology assignments. The successful applicant will have an established record of working closely with engineers, planners, biological and ecological specialist on projects with durations of typically 3 to 10 years on projects supported by private sector, agency, municipal, Resource Conservation District, ranching, and community-group sponsors. Balance conducts “clean-water work” with little or no added exposure to toxic constituents.
The Senior Geomorphologist plans, designs and monitors channel and wetland restoration/creation efforts at a senior level, measures and/or models sediment transport, collaborates with other disciplinary specialists, and provides expert geomorphic consultation to clients. Primary responsibilities will include all phases of technical analysis, report writing, and project management.