Are you interested in a dynamic and challenging position in environmental toxicology that will make an impact on California’s surface water quality? Apply today to join our team! This position will currently be eligible for telework three days a week but is subject to change based on Water Boards policies and operational needs. The State Water Resources Control Board’s Office of Information Management and Analysis has an opening for an Environmental Scientist in the Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program (SWAMP). The position is located at 1001 I Street, 19th Floor, Sacramento, right in the heart of downtown next to light rail stations and other public transportation. This position would serve as the environmental toxicology subject matter expert for the Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program, focused on quality assurance and data management for toxicology monitoring projects. Primary roles include serving as a technical resource and coordinator for toxicology laboratory services and serving as the program coordinator for the SWAMP Toxicology and Contaminants Program. Primary responsibilities include providing guidance to select appropriate methodologies and quality assurance practices for monitoring projects to support Water Board decision-making, responding to inquiries and facilitating communication between the toxicology lab and program staff, verifying toxicological monitoring results, and loading data to the appropriate database/portal.