OCSD is currently looking to fill the role of an Engineer - Industrial Source ControlUnder general direction within the Resource Protection Division of the Environmental Services Department, performs a variety of engineering duties to implement the Federal Pretreatment Program; issues and renews industrial wastewater discharge permits to industrial facilities in accordance with Code of Federal Regulation (40 CFR) and Local Ordinance; conducts technical facility inspections to assess and verify permit application information; finalizes permit requirements and ensures compliance; interacts with industrial permittees and the public, both in person and by telephone; responds to permittees' requests regarding regulatory permit and enforcement issues; implements permittee industrial sampling and monitoring programs; evaluates sampling and monitoring data to determine compliance; performs evaluations of compliance histories; determines the level of enforcement action to be taken; issues notices of violations and scheduling requirements; ensures and monitors compliance; performs evaluations of corrective response plans and waste management proposals; prepares compliance agreements, administrative orders, administrative complaints and staff reports; prepares, finalizes and tracks correspondence including Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reports; and assists in the development of policies, procedures and standards.
Recruitment & Selection Process
Vacancies: 1 APPLICATION FILING DEADLINE: Wednesday, November 22, 2017 at 5:00 PM(or until a sufficient number of qualified applications have been received)Hiring Salary Range: $108,243 – $119,350/year(starting salary will be within this range based upon qualifications)
Qualifications & Requirements
The successful candidate will possess an education equivalent to a bachelor's degree from a college or university which is accredited by the US Department of Education, with major course work in chemical or environmental engineering. Possession of a valid and current professional engineering (PE) registration from the State of California is required, as is possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate, valid California driver's license. A minimum of five (5) years of increasingly responsible engineering experience is required including one (1) year of experience at the registered level is preferred. Knowledge of the Federal Pretreatment Program is required. Advanced computer skills, including the use of Microsoft Office applications such as Word and Excel are required. The ability to communicate well, both verbally and in writing, is essential. Must portray strong business writing, verbal communication, leadership, teambuilding and negotiation skills, which include the ability to interface with District personnel, the public and other agencies in a professional manner.