Description and Functions
Open Until Filled
This is an entry engineering position in the New Source Review (NSR) Program that reviews air quality permit applications for the construction or modification of industrial facilities. This position reviews engineering designs, calculations, and other engineering documents for details, accuracy, and completeness; examines the engineering basis for air pollution controls and compliance with air quality standards and regulations; drafts technical analyses and proposed permit conditions for public notice; participates in cross functional projects within the Air Quality Division. Work is performed under moderate supervision.
Human Resource Contact: Cindy Hayden - (307)777-7939 Cindy.firstname.lastname@example.org
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The listed functions are illustrative only and are not intended to describe every function which may be performed in the job level.
Drafts and coordinates the preparation of air quality analysis and permit terms and conditions.
Collects data, and prepares engineering studies, reports, permits, and summaries for a variety of projects with varying levels of complexity.
Reviews technical documents for compliance with requirements of the State, EPA, NPS/USFS, and other agencies.
Reviews blue prints, process designs plans and specifications for technical merit and environmental impact.
Reviews and approves or rejects application submittals.
Ensures that work activities meet project technical and policy requirements, state statutes, and federal regulations.
Responds to comments from stakeholders and industry in contentious situations.
Coordinate with other programs, agencies, or outside entities.
Confers with supervisor and colleagues, presenting and resolving problems or questions, discussing plans and actions to be taken.
Conducts research of existing and evolving emission control technologies.
Responsible for project documentation and maintaining electronic records for each application.
Works in contact with environmental professionals, business owners, responsible officials, and contractors. Provides responses to appeals, public comments, and public record requests.
Knowledge of environmental concepts, state and federal statutes and rules, particularly as it relates to air quality.
Knowledge of state-regulated industries as well as the associated air emission units, processes, controls, and release point facility model.
Knowledge of or ability to read, research, interpret and apply federal and state environmental and NEPA laws, rules and regulations as well as State policies and procedures.
Skill in participating on teams comprised of professionals with diverse backgrounds and affiliations, balancing disparate goals/priorities, and dealing with difficult people.
Ability to effectively manage work so that deadlines are met while maintaining quality to meet agency goals.
Ability to critically assess, in detail, written documents and technical work products, including scientific studies and modeling results.
Ability to work simultaneously on multiple projects with various deadlines and objectives, as well as be flexible and open-minded.
Proficient with written, spoken, and electronic communication skills in explaining technical and/or regulatory issues and concerns to a varied audience.
Bachelor's Degree (in Engineering)
0-2 years of progressive work experience (in Engineering)
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:
Some agencies may require certificate of registration from the Board of Engineering.
Necessary Special Requirements
PHYSICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:
Some travel may be required.
Must have a valid Drivers License.
020-Department of Environmental Quality - Air Quality Division
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