The Stream Restoration Ecologist develops and implements hydrologic and natural resource related assessments, natural recovery, and stream restoration projects due to altered urban environments throughout Cleveland Metroparks and the watersheds of Northeast Ohio. This includes developing stream restoration concept designs and cost estimates, watershed management plans, stormwater mitigation protocols and projects and performing watershed evaluations and modeling to maximize water quality services provided by the natural resources of the region.  The Stream Restoration Ecologist will oversee the Watershed Volunteer Program Coordinator and be responsible for budgets, grants, scheduling, agency and staff coordination, long-term monitoring and assisting with regulatory permitting.  

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