Division of Water Resources Careers

North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality

North Carolina, United States Remote / WFH

Full time

Environmental & Green

Environmental Sustainability Policy

Jan 18

The North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality is a great place to work and our work makes a difference!


At DEQ, there are opportunities for a wide variety of careers from administrative to scientific and nearly everything in between. Whether the position is an accountant, engineer or marine biologist, what we share is a common mission to provide science-based environmental stewardship to all North Carolinians and to make our state a better place for future generations.


The Division of Water Resources is responsible for protecting North Carolina’s drinking, surface and groundwater for all waterbodies including lakes, streams, rivers, wetlands and aquifers. This environmental stewardship is accomplished through actions including permitting issuance, investigations, regulatory compliance and enforcement, monitoring and field assessments, certifications, laboratory analysis and testing, planning, water quality standards management, educational outreach and other efforts. The Division comprises six Sections: Water Quality Regional Operations; Water Sciences; Public Water Supply; Water Quality Permitting; Groundwater Resources, and Water Planning. Learn more by visiting https://deq.nc.gov/about/divisions/water-resources




To view all current job opportunities with NC DEQ, please use this link to our careers page: https://tinyurl.com/Work4NCDEQ

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North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality

Providing science-based environmental stewardship for the health and prosperity of ALL North Carolinians.

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