Within the Regulatory Affairs Department, this position plans, develops, and implements policies and programs for monitoring, evaluating, and managing District surface and storm water, aquatic habitats, and treatment plant and industrial discharges. Provides analysis and resolution of regulatory issues that may impact the District’s programs, projects, and functions. Recognizes regulatory issues, analyzes their actual or potential impact on the District, and participates in their resolution. Develops solutions and recommends changes in policies and programs to resolve or avoid regulatory issues. Maintains and completes process used to ensure permit compliance including compiling annual reports.
EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING GUIDELINES
Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledges, skills, and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the KSAs would be:
Increasingly responsible experience in a surface and storm water, water and wastewater treatment, or industrial discharge management program; industrial operations analysis; regulatory compliance; or implementing pretreatment regulations, including permitting, inspection, and enforcement.
Experience working with scientific, operational and technical staff in developing solutions to regulatory issues.
College-level coursework in water and wastewater treatment technology, mathematics, statistics, quantitative analysis, chemistry, biology, microbiology, environmental engineering, environmental science, water resources, regulatory compliance, or a related field.
Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Engineering, Water Resources Engineering, Water Resources Science, Environmental Science with Analytical coursework preferred.
CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS
Upon selection, candidate must possess and maintain a valid State issued driver’s license.
HOW TO APPLY
To see the full job announcement and how to apply for this position, please go to www.cleanwaterservics.org and click on 'Job Openings.'