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Position: Regional Engineering Manager

Description: The Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is hiring a water quality engineering manager for our Pocatello Regional Office. This position will mentor staff engineers and supervise their development for future professional advancement as well as review and approve engineering documents 

Company: Idaho Department of Envrionmental Quality

Closes:  2 January 2020

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Licensure: Licensed in Idaho as a Professional Engineer (PE), or eligibility for comity licensure by the Idaho Board of Professional Engineers in accordance with Idaho Code, Title 54, Chapter 12;

AND Valid Driver's license.

Experience: coordinating with State and local government operations in one of the specific engineering specialties described below; evaluating engineering projects and making decisions relative to their merit; writing engineering reports and related correspondence; reviewing engineering analysis; making oral presentations to groups relative to the merits of engineering applications.

Specialty Minimum Qualifications (required for this position):

·         DEQ 2883 - Water Quality: Experience applying engineering principles in the following aspects of Water Quality Protection: PUBLIC DRINKING WATER (chemical treatment and stabilization of drinking water/groundwater, well design, well construction, and hydrogeology, treatment of surface water for public drinking water supplies;) MUNICIPAL & INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER (physical, biological and chemical treatment of wastewater, facility planning grants, and state revolving fund construction loans;) SOLID WASTE (activities related to solid waste and biosolids management;) SURFACE & GROUNDWATER PROTECTION (permitting, permit certification, storm water and pretreatment, materials and standards, flow analyses, collection and distribution and cross connection control;)DRINKING WATER & WASTEWATER DISINFECTION AND DISINFECTION BY-PRODUCTS (disinfection of water and wastewater and wastewater by-products.) To meet this specialty you must have a combination of approximately four years of post-licensure experience in at least two of the five areas listed.



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Position: Preliminary Assessment Program Coordinator

Description:  The State Office's Waste Management and Remediation Division is hiring for a Preliminary Assessment Program Coordinator. This position will manage the DEQ Preliminary Assessment Program by screening and evaluating potentially contaminated sites under the Preliminary Assessment and Site Inspection program. It will also provide programmatic support to the General Remediation Program and Solid Waste Program by assisting in the development of technical guidance documents, program policies and regulatory interpretations.

Company: Idaho Department of Envrionmental Quality

Closes:  Open until filled.

Details: Possession of a Bachelor's degree in the physical or biological sciences, Political Science, Business or Public Administration, Engineering, or related natural resources management field OR Education and/or experience equivalent to a typical four (4) year Bachelor's degree. For example: Successful completion of sixty (60) semester hours of study, including twenty-four (24) semester hours in a subject required for the specific discipline, is equivalent to two (2) years of undergraduate education; and/or experience performing routine duties such as planning, research, regulatory development and/or implementation of components of environmental programs or media for at least two (2) years can substitute for one (1) year of college. AND At least six (6) years of professional experience providing management, technical assistance, resource allocation, and policy interpretation to staff, special interest groups and the public. OR Possession of a Master's degree in any of the above fields AND at least four (4) years of professional experience providing technical assistance, allocating resources, managing and/or developing programs; and interpreting policy to staff, special interest groups and the public.
 


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Position: Sand & Gravel Permit Manager (Hydrogeologist 2)

Description:  The Water Quality Program is currently looking for a Sand and Gravel Permit Manager (Hydrogeologist 2) in our Northwest Regional Office in Bellevue, WA. This position provides regulatory oversight of Sand and Gravel Wastewater Permit holders in order to protect surface and ground water resources, and works under the direction of a senior level hydrogeologist and a licensed environmental engineer. We are looking for people who have familiarity with Western Washington geology and hydrology, have a basic understanding of mining processes and the water pollution control practices for the industry, possess the ability to patiently communicate with people in the mining and construction businesses, and who are able to prioritize competing work demands.

Company: Washington State Department of Ecology

Closes:  This position will remain open until filled. The initial screening date will be October 31, 2019. In order to be considered for the initial screening, please submit an application on or before October 30, 2019. The agency reserves the right to make an appointment any time after the initial screening date.

Details: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/2602962/sand-gravel-permit-manager-hydrogeologist-2

Contact: If you need assistance applying for this job, please e-mail careers@ecy.wa.gov. Please do not send an email to this address to follow-up the status of your application. You can view the latest status of your application on your profile's main page. If you have specific questions about the position, please email Jerry Shervey at: gerald.shervey@ecy.wa.gov Please do not contact Jerry to inquire about the status of your application.

 


Position: Senior Water Quality Engineer

Description:  The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is hiring a senior water quality engineer for our Boise Regional Office. This position is responsible for overseeing permitting activities, compliance activity reviews, annual report reviews, inspections, and review of plans and specifications related to permitted sites. This position will also include peer reviewing the work of permitting staff. This position may include review of wastewater or public drinking water system plans and specifications, and oversight of planning grant and/or State Revolving Fund loan projects.

Company: Idaho Department of Environmental Quality

Closes:  30 December 2019

Details: Experience applying engineering principles in the following aspects of Water Quality Protection: PUBLIC DRINKING WATER (chemical treatment and stabilization of drinking water/groundwater, well design, well construction, and hydrogeology, treatment of surface water for public drinking water supplies;) MUNICIPAL & INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER (physical, biological and chemical treatment of wastewater, facility planning grants, and state revolving fund construction loans;) SOLID WASTE (activities related to solid waste and biosolids management;) SURFACE & GROUNDWATER PROTECTION (permitting, permit certification, storm water and pretreatment, materials and standards, flow analyses, collection and distribution and cross connection control;)DRINKING WATER & WASTEWATER DISINFECTION AND DISINFECTION BY-PRODUCTS (disinfection of water and wastewater and wastewater by-products.) To meet this specialty you must have a combination of approximately four years of post-licensure experience in at least two of the five areas listed.

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Position: CRO Regional Well Construction Coordinator (Hydrogeologist 3)

Description:  This position serves as the Regional Well Construction Coordinator, and as such operates independently as the region's technical expert on all well driller licensing and well construction issues, including those requiring complex hydrogeological investigations. The position provides technical assistance to well drillers, state agencies, local governments, and Ecology staff concerning the implementation and interpretation of State Well Construction Laws and Regulations. The position is responsible for the enforcement of and compliance with the Washington Water Well Construction Act (Chapter 18.104 RCW), Minimum Standards for Construction and Maintenance of Water Wells (Chapter 173-160 WAC), and the Regulation and Licensing of Water Well Contractors and Operators (Chapter 173-162 WAC).

Company:  Washington State Department of Ecology

Closes:  This recruitment will remain open until filled. The initial screening will be January 2, 2020. In order to be considered for the initial screening, please submit an application on or before January 1, 2020. The agency reserves the right to make an appointment any time after the initial screening date.

Details: Three (3) years of professional experience as a hydrogeologist, hydrologist, geologist or closely allied profession or one (1) year as a Hydrogeologist 2 at the Department of Ecology.  AND  Registration as a Hydrogeologist in the State of Washington.  OR  A Master's degree with a major study in hydrogeology, hydrology, geology, or closely allied field  AND  One (1) year of professional experience as a hydrogeologist, hydrologist, geologist or closely allied profession or one (1) year as a Hydrogeologist 2 at the Department of Ecology.  AND  Registration as a Hydrogeologist in the State of Washington.  OR  A Ph.D. with a major study in hydrogeology, hydrology, geology, or closely allied field  AND  Registration as a Hydrogeologist in the State of Washington

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Position: Geologist/Hydrologist

Description:  Ecology and Environment is seeking an experienced Geologist/Hydrogeologist for our offices in Seattle, WA office and Boulder, CO. In our Seattle office, this position will be responsible for conducting a variety of environmental surveys to support challenging environmental projects in the Pacific Northwest.  In our Boulder office, this position will be responsible for managing site assessment and remediation at contaminated sites including abandoned mine land sites in the inter-mountain west and western region.  Our successful candidates will have related experience supporting clients and environmental projects in the western U.S.

Responsibilities (Seattle):

·         Multimedia environmental sampling including geologic logging of soil and rock core samples

·         Oversight of drilling and monitoring well installation subcontractors using a variety of drilling techniques (including direct push, rotosonic, air rotary, and hollow-stem auger)

·         Report preparation including drilling logs, cross sections, maps, and other interpretive work products

·         Design and oversight of geophysical and other environmental surveys

·         Writing sampling and work plans

Responsibilities (Boulder):

·         Managing and directing project teams involved in removal/remedial assessment, engineering evaluations and cost analysis, water resources studies, and remedial design

·         Managing site assessment and remediation at contaminated sites including abandoned mine land sites

·         Interacting with multiple stakeholders including state and federal environmental agencies, Native American entities, public involvement groups, and Technical Advisory Committees


Company:
Ecology and Environment, Inc.

Closes:  3 December 2019

Details:

·         Bachelor’s Degree in Geology or a closely related discipline; Master’s degree preferred

·         Washington State Licensed Geologist, Licensed Hydrogeologist certification, or Professional Geologist License in other western states

·         7+ years of environmental consulting or related experience working under CERCLA; experience working under MTCA preferred

·         Experience managing site assessment and remediation at contaminated sites

·         Experience with radioactive site contamination including uranium mine sites a plus

·         Strong attention to detail, interpersonal communication, and organizational skills

·         Excellent verbal communication and technical writing skills

·         Proficient in Microsoft Office with excellent analytical and technical writing skills

·         Ability to travel to remote sites to support business needs


Contact:
http://www.ene.com



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