- Nutrient loading and transport principles as applies specifically to nitrogen and phosphorus.
- Nutrient management plans for agricultural production.
- Iowa's nutrient budget.
- Environmental principles and terminology in the areas of nonpoint source pollution, nutrients and water quality.
- Nutrient management, soils and agronomic principles and practices.
- Potential sources of NPS pollution, nutrient cycling and effects of nutrients on aquatic ecosystems.
- Nutrients and their relationship to Iowa's impaired waters (Section 303(d) list) and Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs).
- Iowa's Nutrient Management Strategy.
- Ability to write and understand environmental rules, and the ability to communicate effectively the impacts of proposed or adopted rules.
Salary: Not disclosed
Industry: Water Sanitation and Hygiene
Functional Area: Top management
Role Category: Others
Employment Type: Full time