GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF WORK:|
Responsible for administering water development construction projects as a professional engineer. Construction projects include planning, designing, and coordinating the construction and maintenance of projects involving municipal water system construction, dam construction, agricultural engineering, and water treatment facilities. Develop and monitor project budgets.
Acts as a program/project manager.
Management includes planning, design, implementation, and/or directing consulting activities or complete responsibility for a specific activity or program/project.
Develops, coordinates and/or performs environmental compliance assessment audits/inspections thus identifying environmental issues.
Provides technical environmental guidance and instruction to agency projects.
Monitors environmental expenditures.
Responsible for environmental technical writing.
Participates in policy making and planning efforts, budget matters, and personnel issues.
Makes presentations at public meetings.
Makes independent judgment of compliance through inspections/interpretations of regulations & reports.
Identifies compliance issues with state-wide entities.
Analyzes complex environmental data and draw conclusions.
Answers technical questions related to policies, procedures and statutes.
Investigates and oversees complaints and projects.
Determines accuracy of data collection & computation methods.
Reviews subdivision plans and maps to ensure compliance with statutory directives.
Researches records and provides information and technical data to the public.
Applies and interprets complex rules, regulations, guidelines or standards.
Has ongoing interface with regulated community at mid to senior management level.
Monitors work with contractors including negotiating solutions and resolving conflicts.
Manages multiple complex investigation, remediation and permitting projects that serve to protect human health and wildlife and preserve natural resources.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:
Knowledge of and ability to read, research, interpret and apply Federal, State, Local environmental laws and regulations.
Knowledge of and ability to read, research, interpret and apply state policies and procedures.
Knowledge of hydrogeologic processes.
Knowledge of multiple science and engineering disciplines.
Knowledge of principles of management.
NECESSARY SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
Travel is required.
Preference will be given to those applicants who are currently licensed or are eligible for licensure as a Professional Engineer in the State of Wyoming.
- Please view the Class Specifications (Class Code ENNR10) and the State required Minimum Qualifications for this vacancy at:
State of Wyoming - 15 months ago
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