Employee will be assigned to the Office of Oil and Gas/Permitting Section and will report to the section manager. Under administrative direction performs engineering work in a wide variety of engineering services in the review of all permits issued and/or administered by the office of oil and gas including "shallow" and "deep" well work, coalbed methane, underground injection control, NPDES, and water pollution control permits and will assist in the processing of operator reports. Employee will conduct technical reviews of permits to ensure compliance with applicable state requirements, with a primary focus on well site safety plans, erosion and sediment control plans, site construction plans, and also the protection of surface water, ground water, and coal resources through proper well design. Employee will be a primary point of contact with permittees during the permit review process and also respond to inquiries from the public. Will work closely with the inspection/enforcement staff during the review process. Will assist with the review of impoundment/pit construction and erosion and sediment control plans. Employee will perform other duties as required.
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Training: Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited college or university with a major in Engineering; OR, Bachelor's degree from an ABET accredited college or university with a major in Civil, Electrical, Electrical Design, Mechanical or Mining Engineering Technology.
Prefer applicants with engineering degrees related to environmental issues, water resources, water pollution prevention, mining, oil/gas, or other engineering with geotechnical work experience.
Experience: Five (5) years of full-time or equivalent part-time paid employment in engineering.
NOTE: You may attach your transcript or training records to the online application; however, verification is not required at time of application. Your application MUST contain complete education/training information. You will be required to provide verification documents if contacted by the agency.
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State of West Virginia - 5 months ago