10 01, 2020

Colorado Natural Resources and Environment – Assistant Attorneys General Positions

By |January 10th, 2020|Categories: Administrative|

The Department of Law currently has four vacancies for Assistant Attorneys General positions in water units within the Natural Resources and Environment section. Please note that unless otherwise specified by the applicant, by submitting an application you will be considered for all four vacancies. Federal & Interstate Water Unit: The Federal & Interstate Water Unit is

17 12, 2019

Position: Assistant Attorney General-Cheyenne

By |December 17th, 2019|Categories: Administrative|

The Wyoming Attorney General's office in Cheyenne, is seeking an attorney to represent the Wyoming State Engineer's Office.  This attorney advises the Wyoming State Engineer and his staff on all aspects of Wyoming water law, as well as providing advice on public records and meetings, agency rule-makings, and during contested case hearings. This position also

29 10, 2019

Upper Colorado River Commission Requests For Proposal

By |October 29th, 2019|Categories: Administrative|

The Upper Colorado River Commission requests qualification-based proposals for legal, economic, and engineering-related analyses and services to investigate specific concerns and challenges related to water demand management as a component of the Upper Basin Drought Contingency Plan (DCP).  For more information and the full RFP, please visit the UCRC’s website at: http://www.ucrcommission.com/rfp-2019-01-ucrc/.  RFP Solicitation Closing

31 07, 2019

Surface Water Division Administrator Position – State of Wyoming

By |July 31st, 2019|Categories: Administrative|

GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Plans, organizes and directs the Surface Water & Safety of Dams Divisions of the Wyoming State Engineer’s Office, which is responsible for reviewing permit applications to put surface water of the state to a beneficial use. The mission of the Wyoming State Engineer’s Office and Board of Control is to provide for the

22 05, 2019

Colorado River DCP Signed!

By |May 22nd, 2019|Categories: Misc. Water News|

Representatives of seven Western states and the federal government signed a landmark deal on Monday laying out potential cuts in water deliveries through 2026 to reduce the risks of the river’s reservoirs hitting critically low levels. Yet even as they celebrated the deal’s completion on a terrace overlooking Hoover Dam and drought-stricken Lake Mead, state and federal