Watershed Programs Manager - Green Bay

NEW Water, the brand of Green Bay Metropolitan Sewerage District Green Bay, WI

Watershed Programs Manager

NEW Water, the brand of Green Bay Metropolitan Sewerage District

Green Bay, WI


In support of the NEW Water culture of Safety, Respect, Team, and Environment, the Watershed Programs Manager performs highly responsible professional work in the development, management, and coordination of NEW Water’s watershed management initiative within NEW Water facilities and throughout the watershed that pertain to the Wisconsin Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (WPDES) permit.  Responsible for managing the daily operations of NEW Water’s Watershed Management Department staff.  

Leads and provides direction in the strategic planning and implementation of the watershed Adaptive Management program, including coordination with landowners, agricultural producers, numerous program partners, government agencies, and the Oneida Tribe of Indians.  The work includes oversight and ensuring compliance with Federal, State, and local regulatory requirements.  Manages the NEW Water Aquatic Monitoring Program (AMP), and serves as liaison with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR), EPA, and other agencies regarding NEW Water’s Adaptive Management program and related environmental issues. 

General administrative direction is received from the Director of Environmental Programs, with work being reviewed through meetings, observations of results, reports, and records.  Exercises independent authority and discretion tempered with proper regard for NEW Water’s policies.  Performance is achieved through leadership based on creating vision, establishing mission, setting goals, encouraging participation, guiding progress, and monitoring results.


This position requires a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science, Environmental Science, Watershed Management, Water Resources, Soil Science, Land Use Planning, Environmental Engineering, or other related field. Minimum of eight years of experience; two years supervisory experience preferred.  Must possess a current and valid Wisconsin motor vehicle operator’s license. 

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November 20, 2018

  • This position was posted on: 11-27-2018.
  • It will be removed on: 12-27-2018.