Master's degree in Business Administration, Community Planning or Environmental Studies with work
relating to environmental quality, engineering, physical or biological sciences.
Bachelor Degree in the above or a related field, plus two years of work experience in a similar area.
Education should include a broad background in disciplines and sciences related to the environment.
Additional background in technical writing, resources planning beneficial. Should be proficient or able
to attain proficiency in Word, Power Point, Excel and the Internet. Some knowledge of soil science,
chemistry, geology, biology, statistics, technical writing, resource planning, and computer
Valid driver’s license or the ability to provide independent transportation; ability to lift 30 pounds; regular and reliable attendance.
Preferences: Experience working for a community/municipality. Knowledge of business practices, to include financial management, planning, and personnel management; and their applicability to maintaining a sustainable public water system. Experience operating and maintaining a community public water supply system, and a current Grade 1 – 4 Nebraska Water Operator License is also desirable.