Hydrologists are one of the many earth scientists who conduct field and lab researches concerning the origin, distribution, and physical properties of subterranean and surface waters.  Employed in government agencies dealing with agriculture and natural resources as well as in private foundations and water sourcing firms, Hydrologists study water dynamics, its property, density, rate of precipitation, soil absorption or infiltration as well as circulation through geologic formations and their return to the seas and atmospheres.

Hydrologist Resume Template

Harold E. Smith

Yountville, Napa Valley, CA

Phone: (707) 807-4331



To work as a lead Hydrologist for a large wine-producing company

Summary of Qualification

  • About 10 years of experience in geology with specialization in hydrology with the last 6 years working for a small wine producing company
  • Excellent organizational skills with ability to work long hours

Career Experience/Job History

2006 – Present: Hydrologist, Sheffield Wines, CA

  • Coordinate with company oenologists and viticulturists on the quality of wines that result from irrigation content of its vineyards.
  • Conduct field and lab research on the appropriate and cost effective water sourcing and irrigation technologies for the company’s vineyards.
  • Attend local and international seminars and symposia on winemaking and irrigation systems.
  • Install hydrologic monitoring instruments to measure water levels and evaporation rates, as well as water flow in the vineyards.

2001 – 2006: St. Michael’s Rare Earth Mining Corp., AR

  • Assist the lead geologist and mining engineer in conducting field research to determine rare earth concentrations.
  • Analyze research data on mining sources and provide recommendations to project management on technical feasibility of mining projects/


2001 – 2003:  MS Hydrology, Westwood College, Arkansas

1997 – 2001: BS Geology, Remington College, Little Rock, Arkansas.

Professional reference will be furnished upon request