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Water Rights Bureau Chief
Dept. of Natural Resources & Conservation
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Posted: 04-Oct-21

Location: Helena, Montana

Type: Full Time

Required Education: 4 Year Degree

Salary: $ 40.34 - 43.20 Hourly

Years of Experience:

5 - 10

Internal Number: 51000

About Dept. of Natural Resources & Conservation
The DNRC Water Resources Division carries out its duties for the purpose of promoting the general welfare and prosperity of the people of Montana. Sound coordination of the development and utilization of the state’s waters allows the Division to protect existing uses and to promote adequate future supplies for domestic, industrial, agricultural, recreation, the conservation of water for wildlife, aquatic life and other beneficial uses.
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