Environmental Conservation, Department of
Full Job Description
1. four years of experience performing engineering technician work in aeronautical, chemical, civil, electrical, environmental, mechanical, or sanitary engineering technology; environmental technology; or as a surveyor or drafter; OR
2. graduation from high school (or possession of a high school equivalency diploma issued by a recognized educational authority or a USAFI GED diploma – high school level) AND one year of the experience described in option 1 above; OR
3. graduation from a high school technical education program in technical aeronautics, technical architectural drafting and building construction, technical chemistry, industrial chemistry, technical electricity/electronics, technical mechanical design and construction, technical structural drafting and design, technical instrumentation and control systems, or computer circuitry; OR
4. eighteen college semester credit hours in any combination of the following courses: engineering; such as civil, chemical, electrical, mechanical, aeronautical, and/or sanitary; public health; environmental and/or engineering technology; drafting; mathematics; surveying; computer science; environmental science; and/or the natural and physical sciences. YOU MUST SUBMIT A LIST OF QUALIFYING COURSES WITH YOUR APPLICATION. Include the course title, number of semester credit hours per course, name of college or university, and date (or expected date) of completion. Applications submitted without a list of relevant courses will be disapproved.
FOIL data management: Assist in maintaining the Division’s database for FOILs. Assist with regional management of spill files and reports using electronic filing, assist team with conversion of hard copy files to electronic format, complete FOIL requests utilizing department’s internal file management system. Spreadsheet management for tracking STIPs, Orders,
and Contractors. Perform historic file review. Respond to public requests for general spill information.
Assist with spill enforcement cases by preparing documents for the OGC. Assist staff in taking spill reports, maintaining and tracking equipment inventory, low priority Spill closure and vehicle maintenance. Fieldwork at spill sites and coverage of the spills desk, as appropriate.
Must have a valid driver’s license or demonstrate the ability to meet the transportation needs of the position. Must be able to negotiate difficult terrain Must be able to work in remote areas. Must be able to work in adverse weather conditions.
Temporary position with an expected duration through 3/31/23 subject to funding approval. Program needs and funding will determine actual termination date. Actual work schedule, duties and travel requirements may vary and will be discussed at the time of an interview.
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