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Economic Ingenuity and Experience Wanted!

IWR seeking Experienced Water Resources Economist

Institute for Water Resources
Published Nov. 9, 2023
Picture of Casey Building in November 2023

Picture of Casey Building in November 2023

The Institute for Water Resources (IWR) is seeking an experienced water resources economist (GS-12/13) to provide forward-looking analysis, cutting-edge methodologies, and innovative tools to aid USACE’s Civil Works program.

The Basics:

  • Open to all federal employees, CTAP, military spouses
  • Temporary promotion with an option to extend, become permanent, or return rights

Fun in your future:

  • Support data, tools and models, and economic analyses, including cost-benefit, socio-economic, multi-criteria and multi-objective, cost-effectiveness and incremental cost analysis, and risk.
  • Economic evaluation on flood risk management and/or deep draft navigation; may include inland navigation, water supply and reallocation, coastal storm risk management, hydropower, recreation, and ecosystem restoration.
  • Innovative and advanced economic analyses, conceptual models, data, tools, and methodologies for water resources
  • Project Manager and Contracting Officer Representative (COR).

Why IWR?

  • Inclusive and diverse work environment with ample opportunities for professional development, collaboration with experts and career advancement 
  • Meaningful work in water resources, domestically and world-wide, with a chance to give back to communities. 
  • Flexible work schedules, including options for telework and remote work, allowing for work-life balance and job security. 
  • Federal and DOD Benefits - child care subsidies, retirement, leave, employee assistance and more! 

More Info and application: USAJOBS - Job Announcement

Questions?  Ask our Supervisory Economist, Erin Rooks,