TU is hiring a motivated and highly capable person to work with water right holders and others in developing projects that enhance instream flow and improve habitat for salmonids in Eastern Washington.  The position requires a person who is detail oriented with good writing skills; the person should be self-motivated, enjoy working collaboratively, and communicate well with a diversity of people.  Skills relating to real estate and water right transactions, policy work, hydrology, working agriculture, and project management are preferred in this position. The Project Manager will support TU’s presence as a leader in working on project-oriented streamflow restoration and habitat conservation. This position requires frequent travel. May be based out of TU’s Twisp or Wenatchee offices i

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