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Location: Fort Collins, Colorado
Type: Full Time
Salary: $80,000 - $100,000
Years of Experience:
Internal Number: 38-22
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The Colorado Water Center (CoWC) is one of 54 Water Resources Research Institutes created by the Water Resources Act of 1964, collectively forming the National Institutes for Water Resources. As a division under Colorado State University’s (CSU) O?ce of Engagement and Extension (OEE), the Center aims to connect all water expertise in Colorado’s higher education system with research and education needs of the state’s water managers and users. The CoWC leads interdisciplinary research, education, and outreach activities to address complex and evolving water-related challenges in Colorado and beyond. The Center fosters collaboration among stakeholders, synthesizes objective water knowledge to inform decision-making, and inspires the next generation of water leaders. The Center is headquartered at CSU’s Fort Collins, CO campus, with specialists working throughout the state and partners across the country and world. The CoWC is currently developing a Western Water Policy Institute to be headquartered at the Hydro Building at the CSU Spur campus in Denver, CO (https://csuspur.org/hydro/). Visit the CoWC website to learn more about our work https://watercenter.colostate.edu/.
CSU, a prestigious Carnegie Tier 1 Very High Research Activity (R1 status) University, was established in 1870 and remains inspired by its land-grant heritage and world-class faculty, staff, and students. CSU enrolls approximately 33,000 on-campus undergraduate, graduate, and professional students, and is the largest employer in northern Colorado with more than 7,400 faculty and staff. CSU is located 60 miles north of Denver in the beautiful city of Fort Collins, CO.
PURPOSE OF POSITION
The Associate Director serves in a leadership position with the Colorado Water Center (CoWC), which ful?lls an important role in higher education throughout Colorado and beyond. In this capacity, the Associate Director assists in leading and ensuring execution of CoWC’s research and education programs, outreach activities, communications, and operations to advance the Center’s mission and goals.
The Associate Director de?nes and implements water-related initiatives in concert with CoWC’s Director. The Associate Director works with the Center’s senior research scientists, CSU Extension water specialists, and water experts to advance knowledge and solutions to priority water challenges. They are responsible for bringing together interdisciplinary teams to successfully compete for external grant funding. The Associate Director has supervisory responsibility for the unit’s research and outreach program coordinators.
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES
Program Leadership: 40%
Note: % of job assigned to this duty may be changed as the program develops.
Campus and Community Engagement: 35%
Leadership and Supervision: 25%
REQUIRED JOB QUALIFICATIONS:
PREFERRED JOB QUALIFICATIONS:
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