Prairie Research Institute
Division of Illinois State Water Survey
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Below are the current available positions at the Illinois State Water Survey. Click on the title of each position to view more information.
The web services developer will work with the MRCC IT and developer personnel to design and develop a web service API that will allow users to access climate data. The developer will look at web services frameworks already existing within the MRCC to build a system to integrate with a new database.
The Institutional Water Treatment (IWT) Program is seeking a Visiting Water Treatment Specialist to provide accurate and timely technical and laboratory support for the Institutional Water Treatment Program (IWTP), including water sampling, deposits and corrosion coupon analysis and evaluation. Provide professional, unbiased scientific advice regarding water treatment and corrosion control needs to state and private facilities and ensure the quality and quantity of field services, such as site visits and corrosion testing programs.