A Hydrographer earns an average salary of $58,044 per year. Most people with this job move on to other positions after 20 years in this field.
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Job Description for Hydrographer
Hydrographers are responsible for managing water sources, strategies to conserve resources, and efficiency changes for their organizations, as well as analyzing water systems and their quality on a regular basis. They must verify that all technology and security sensors work correctly, and they also analyze and research hydrographic data to find patterns in consumption and movement.Read More...
Hydrographers must follow strict safety guidelines to prevent on-site accidents when surveying areas, and they use a personal computer to write reports, run simulations, and calculate possible paths and report their progress to the watermaster in their department. They also maintain accurate control of water resources and work with other hydrographers in a team environment while wearing protective gear such as boots, industrial gloves, and goggles in case of accidents. They also use pliers, screwdrivers, and other tools to open gates and secure tubes and should be familiar with meter and instrumentation reading.
Hydrographers measure water levels in a variety of formats and must be familiar with the infrastructure that operates the water equipment and know how to operate complex machinery that irrigates and releases flood systems. Some may also provide regular maintenance for computer and manual systems in place and know specific engineering techniques to provide services in difficult areas. They must also be organized and pay close attention to detail before operating water equipment. A bachelor's degree in a relevant field is generally required for this position, and prior experience is highly beneficial. Industry certifications are also helpful.
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