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  • January

    Join us as the new Chief Admin Officer, GS 12/13, in Davis, California!

    As the Chief Administrative Officer (Series 0343), you'll play a crucial role in providing strategic support to the Hydrologic Engineer Center and overseeing the administrative functions of our dynamic organization. Responsibilities include managing human resources, advising on policies, serving as the Chief Financial Officer, and ensuring compliance in financial matters. You'll also take charge of facility management, safety, and security, contributing to the smooth operation of our center. If you're ready to take on a leadership role in a cutting-edge environment, apply now to be a key player in shaping the future of water resources engineering!
  • Sunny California is calling all Civil Engineer Leaders!

    Serve as the Director of the world class, Hydrologic Engineering Center (HEC)! Lead the nation in hydrologic engineering, real-time water management, and water resources planning analysis. Be the change in fabulous Davis, California! Did we mention the staff here are amazing too?!
  • Program Aims to Train Future Planning Leaders

    For over half a century the Institute for Water Resources has been training future U.S. Army Corps of Engineers civil works leaders through an intensive Planning Associates Program. The vision of the program is, to “develop and sustain a national network of agile and informed planning leaders who can solve the nation’s most complex water resource issues.”
  • Seeking Program Analyst in Alexandria, VA – Apply by 29 Jan 2024

    We are looking for a motivated team player to join our phenomenal team as a GS 9/11 target GS-12 Program Analyst (0343 series), supporting the Institute for Water Resources (IWR) Water Resources Center (WRC) in Alexandria, Virginia. This is NOT your average Program Analyst position, it is a diverse role in a unique Civil-focused organization within the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers that welcomes your talents, initiative, and desire to grow and learn.
  • Interdisciplinary Position Opening in Alexandria, VA – Apply by 26 Jan 2024

    We are looking for a motivated team player to join our phenomenal team as a GS 12/13 in an Interdisciplinary position, supporting the Institute for Water Resources (IWR) Water Resources Center (WRC) in Alexandria, Virginia.  This is a diverse role in a unique Civil Works organization within the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers that welcomes your talents, initiative, and desire to grow and learn.
  • December

    Seeking Program Analyst in Alexandria, VA – Apply by 3 Jan 2024

    We are looking for a motivated team player to join our phenomenal team as a GS 9/11 (target GS-12 grade level) Program Analyst (0343 series), supporting the Institute for Water Resources (IWR) Water Resources Center (WRC) in Alexandria, Virginia.  This is NOT your average Program Analyst, it is a diverse role in a unique Civil Works organization within the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers that welcomes your talents, initiative, and desire to grow and learn.
  • New IWR Report on Best Practices for Virtual Engagement

    In response to the expanded use of remote employees and telework, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Institute for Water Resources (IWR) recently prepared and released the publication Best Practices for Virtual Engagement.
  • Seeking Staff Support Assistant in Alexandria, VA – Apply by 15 Dec 2023

    We are looking for a motivated team player to join our phenomenal team as a GS 7-9 Staff Support Assistant (0301 series), supporting the Institute for Water Resources (IWR) Executive Office, Resource Management Office and the Contracting Team in Alexandria, Virginia. This is NOT your average Staff Support Assistant, it is a diverse role in a unique Civil Works organization within the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers that welcomes your talents, initiative, and desire to grow and learn. Apply on USAJobs today! Open to all past and current Federal Employees, Military Spouses, and Veterans.
  • White House Summit Highlights Program IWR Manages

    Since 2007 the Regulatory In-lieu fee and Bank Information Tracking System (RIBITS), overseen by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Institute for Water Resources (IWR), has been the designated national tool to provide a one stop shop database for districts to track mitigation banks and in-lieu fee programs. RIBITS was one of a handful of systems highlighted at the first-ever Environmental Permitting Technology and Data Summit held at the White House and the General Service Administration Headquarters in late October.
  • November

    Economic Ingenuity and Experience Wanted!

    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.
  • October

    Institute for Water Resources Looks to Recruit DoD SMART Scholar

    Are you ready to put your education to the test? Eager to tackle a new and challenging job that
  • Civil Engineer (Hydraulics), GS-0810-14

    The US Army Corps of Engineers, Institute for Water Resources, Hydrologic Engineering Center (HEC)
  • Supervisory Civil Engineer (Hydraulics), GS-0810-15

    The US Army Corps of Engineers, Institute for Water Resources, Hydrologic Engineering Center (HEC)
  • Statistical Assistant (GS-09)

    USACE's Institute for Water Resources (IWR), Navigation and Civil Works Decision Support Center
  • September

    Institute for Water Resources honors two alumni with highest recognition

    ALEXANDRIA, VA -- (Sept. 1, 2023) The Institute for Water Resources (IWR), a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Field Operating Activity, has bestowed its highest honor to two alumni by inducting them into the IWR Class of 2023 Distinguished Gallery of Employees.
  • August

    RMC Job Announcements

    The US Army Corps of Engineers, Institute for Water Resources, Risk Management Center (RMC) is actively recruiting for several positions.
  • June

    Institute for Water Resources (IWR) seeking a permanent Program Analyst (GS-09/11 target GS-12 )

    USACE's Institute for Water Resources (IWR) is seeking a permanent Program Analyst responsible for planning, managing and evaluating the Water Resources Center’s programs and projects and providing recommendations to ensure they are executed effectively and efficiently.
  • Student Trainee (Computer Scientist), GS-1599-04/05/07/09 (target GS-13)

    The US Army Corps of Engineers, Institute for Water Resources, Hydrologic Engineering Center (HEC), Hydrology and Statistics Division is advertising to fill:           Student Trainee (Computer Scientist), GS-1599-04/05/07/09 (target GS-13), remote duty location.  This position is for a Pathways Student Internship. 
  • National dam safety practices reviewed in tri-agency report

    ALEXANDRIA, Va. – (June 7, 2023) The results of a yearlong study by an independent external peer
  • USAJobs Announcement: Interdisciplinary GS14/15 (Climate Scientist)

    USACE's Institute for Water Resources (IWR), Water Resources Center (WRC) is seeking a permanent Interdisciplinary position to serve as the Institutes’ subject matter expert associated with climate sciences, resilience and adaptation.  USACE requires a Chief Climate Scientist to serve as the agency’s principal expert on the state of climate science, including which aspects of that field are ready to move from the domain of research into piloting and ultimately mainstreaming into USACE missions.  This expert will also advise both senior leadership and project teams on technical aspects of climate science, identify and address knowledge gaps and other research needs, and interface with key academic, interagency, and international partners.