The primary responsibility of the District Engineer is to provide natural resource engineering services to landowners, District staff, and partner organizations as necessary. The position reports to the District Manager. The successful candidate will provide program coordination, administration and technical services through the District’s Engineering Program. This position provides engineering support to several District programs, such as the Agricultural Program, Habitat Restoration Program, Marine Shoreline Landowner Assistance Program, and Low Impact Design Stormwater Program. The position will use WDFW habitat engineering guidelines to design salmon habitat restoration projects such as stream crossing replacements (culverts, bridges), wood placement, and erosion control.  The

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