APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday, September 28, 2018
ABOUT THE POSITION
Under direction of the Deputy Executive Officer and Assistant Deputy Executive Officer/Science and Technology Advancement Office, this position plans, organizes, and manages the daily administration of the Technology Demonstration unit; evaluates and recommends new or revised program operations, procedures or functions; and does other work as required. The position is further responsible for evaluating and recommending policies and procedures; evaluating program and project activities and the span of control over subordinate supervisory staff and related program operations.
From this recruitment process, we expect to establish an eligible list from which current and future vacancies requiring a similar background may be filled, during the life of the list. We anticipate filling one immediate vacancy in the Technology Demonstration unit.
In addition to the Minimum Qualifications below, the most competitively qualified candidates will possess:
Three years of experience in supervising professional staff involved in environmental or air pollution analysis.
Two years of managerial or administrative experience in a government regulatory or regional agency involved in strategic planning.
EDUCATION: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a major emphasis in urban or environmental planning, public administration, the physical sciences, or a related field.
SUBSTITUTION: A master's degree in one of the above-referenced or related fields may substitute for one year of the above supervisory or managerial experience.
KNOWLEDGE OF: Principles of administrative, organizational, and management analysis; principles and methods of policy and procedure development; principles, techniques, and methods in long-range planning and analysis of scientific and technical programs; state and federal air pollution laws and regulations; modern management principles and concepts.
ABILITY TO: Plan, organize, and direct scientific investigations and long-range planning and analysis in scientific fields; supervise and accomplish work through the direction of professional staff; establish and maintain effective working relationships with others; effectively communicate complicated scientific data in both oral and written form; provide sound advice and recommendations on office programs to SCAQMD management.