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Career Opportunities in Water Resources Engineering in Canada

Career and employment opportunities for Canadian university students graduating in Water Resources Engineering.

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Employment Resources and Professions Available to Water Resources Engineering Graduates

Water resources engineers can find work in both the private and public sectors. They often work for public works designing and building dams, sewers, bridges, and levees. They can also work as utility workers where they perform tasks such as minor construction, building forms, mixing concrete, grounds maintenance, brush cutting, and channel clearing.

Water resources engineers can also work in water and wastewater treatment plants, where they provide technical and research support for a variety of field, office, or treatment plant assignments. They perform mathematical calculations and assist in the operation, maintenance, and repair of equipment.

Privately, water resources engineers can work as water quality control technicians for a variety of companies such as ski resorts, hotels, bottled water, and cruise lines. They investigate water quality complaints, conduct microbiological testing of water, or work in bottled water production and sanitation.

Private mining and forestry companies also employ water resources engineers. They work to monitor water levels and quality in rivers and lakes that are affected by that industry, perform quality control tests on industrial effluent, and provide remediation strategies for water reclamation and restoration of aquatic habitats.

Study and Work in Water Resources Engineering in Canada

Study Water Resources Engineering in Canada
What is Water Resources Engineering? Discover similiar and related programs and universities in Canada offering Water Resources Engineering degrees.

Water Resources Engineering Admission Requirements
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Graduate Water Resources Engineering Admission Requirements
The prerequisites required to become accepted to a graduate and/or postgraduate PhD program in Water Resources Engineering.

What Water Resources Engineering Students Learn
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Research in Water Resources Engineering
Research areas, topics, interests and projects in Water Resources Engineering.

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