Responsible for coordination and management of all dive activities at Spring Lake; implement and ensure adherence to rules and guidelines established in the Spring Lake Management Plan and Habitat Conservation Plan.
Coordinate and facilitate all diving activities conducted by staff, researchers, external agencies, and volunteer groups.
Ensure compliance of all rules and guidelines established in the Spring Lake Management Plan and Habitat Conservation Plan by all who access Spring Lake for approved diving activities.
Maintain a database and all records related to Spring Lake diving activities.
Develop and maintain working relationships with dive shop owners, private contractors,
university faculty and external agencies to facilitate access to Spring Lake for work, research, and data collection.
Program development and procedure implementation.
Support Aquatic Maintenance in the operation and maintenance of scuba equipment, aquatic
harvester, scuba air compressor, Glass Bottom Boats, and general site maintenance.
Minimal travel required in support of duties.
Work weekends occasionally, approximately once a month.
All other duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s Degree in natural sciences, cultural resources, or a related field with an emphasis in hydrology or water resources is preferred.
Visual Cylinder Inspector Certification
Advanced First Response Medical Training
Underwater Archaeology experience
Aquatic Biology experience
AAUS or equivalent certification
Texas Boater Education