Description and Functions
This is an entry-level engineering position that reviews operating permit applications for initial permit development, modification, or renewal purposes. Reviews engineering designs, calculations, and other engineering documents for details, accuracy, and completeness; examines the engineering basis for the periodic parameter or emission monitoring; develops the analysis, statement of basis, and draft operating permit for public notice; participate in cross-functional projects within the Air Quality Division. Work is performed under close progressing to moderate supervision.
Human Resource Contact: Cristina Donovan 307-777-7939 firstname.lastname@example.org
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The listed functions are illustrative only and are not intended to describe every function which may be performed at the job level.
Drafts and coordinates preparation of air quality analyses and permit terms and conditions.
Collects data and prepares engineering studies, reports, summaries, and analyzes comments for various projects with varying levels of complexity; design checks and reviews calculations.
Reviews technical documents for compliance with requirements of the State, EPA, USFS, and other agencies on projects.
Reviews and approves or rejects submittals.
Confers with supervisor and colleagues, presenting and resolving difficult problems or questions, discussing plans and actions to be taken.
Generates special provisions for all projects to address issues unique to each project.
Ensures work activities meet project technical and policy requirements, state statutes, and federal regulations.
Coordinates work with other programs.
Reviews blueprints, process design plans, and specifications for technical merit and environmental impact.
Conducts extensive research of existing and evolving technologies.
Responds to appeals and public records requests.
Responsible for project documentation.
Knowledge of principles, theories, concepts, and practices of engineering.
Demonstrates a strong work ethic.
Detail-oriented; ability to discern, track, and organize pertinent information in a complex environment.
Ability to work as a member of a team of professionals.
Ability to interact with public, regulated entities and other employees in a professional manner. Ability to meet deadlines with quality product.
Strong level of skill in written, spoken and electronic communication.
Competencies in computer applications and programs, i.e., word processing, spreadsheets. Knowledge of scientific methods necessary to solve problems.
Knowledge of underlying principles, reasons, or facts associated with information or data to draw conclusions.
Bachelor's Degree (in Engineering)
0-2 years of progressive work experience (in Engineering)
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:
Some agencies may require a certificate of registration from the Board of Engineering.
Necessary Special Requirements
PHYSICAL WORKING CONDITIONS:
Some travel may be required
020-Department of Environmental - Quality, Air Quality Division
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