Environmental Quality Specialists advise management staff to keep them fully informed on environmental issues and concerns. The incumbents assist in coordinating environmental technical and regulatory work for a variety of City departments and functions and interact with regulatory agencies and other entities.
Currently there is a vacancy in the Office of Environmental Programs (OEP) Pollution Prevention Program, however, this eligible list may be used by any department for any current or future vacancies over the life of the eligible list. This position in OEP is responsible for conducting environmental facility assessments; developing and promoting city policies in the areas of pollution prevention, regulatory compliance, and sustainability; conducting inspections and other tasks in support of the city’s stormwater compliance program; conducting citywide environmental training; and assisting with a wide range of environmental programs and challenges.
Recruitment closes June 18, 2012. All materials must be received by 11:59 p.m. on this date.
$53,851 - $80,434 annually.
Two years of professional level experience in program-level environmental management.
Bachelor's degree in hydrology, environmental engineering, geology, environmental science, biology, chemistry, environmental health and safety, or a related field.
An equivalent combination of related experience and education may be considered.
Working irregular hours, shifts, weekends, holidays, and evenings may be required.
All positions in the Aviation Department require individuals to pass a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) background check prior to hire.
– The job requirements listed above, plus:
Strong skills in written and oral communication, including the ability to lead training sessions and present at public meetings.
Ability to assess, interpret and apply legal and regulatory requirements and communicate those requirements to management, staff, and contractors.
Experience in EPCRA Tier Two Reporting and other aspects of chemical and hazardous waste management.
Working knowledge of RCRA regulations, stormwater regulations, and associated best management practices and control measures.
Experience in air quality permits applications, compliance, and recordkeeping.
Experience conducting compliance assessments of operating facilities.
Experience in the application of scientific principles and environmental regulations to complex environmental questions.
Experience with identification and abatement of asbestos and lead-based paint.
Experience with managing
Environmental Site Assessments Phase I and Phase II activities and reporting.
For some positions, prior experience coordinating Integrated Pest Management programs is desired.
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