ULSTER COUNTY RESOURCE RECOVERY AGENCY
Job Title: Compliance Officer
Work Location: Main Office
Hours Per Week:
37.50 Hour work week
Distinguishing Features of the Position:
The position involves assisting the Executive Director in the enforcement of the County’s Flow Control and Recycling Laws and develops documents and reports associated with stormwater management, compliance with regulations, etc. Ensures the Agency is in compliance with Federal, State, and County Laws when applicable. Work is carried out in accordance with established policies and procedures. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Executive Director of the Ulster County Resource Recovery Agency. Supervision of other employees is not normally a function of this position.
The incumbent in this position may perform some or all of the following as well as other related activities not described:
(The incumbent in this position may perform some or all of the above mentioned duties as well as other related activities not described.)
From time to time on a temporary basis or in an emergency situation may assume some of the responsibilities of other job positions.
Full Performance, Knowledge, Skills and Abilities and Personal Characteristics:
Good working knowledge of solid waste, recycling, and stormwater laws; good knowledge of the geography of Ulster County; working knowledge of refuse collection practices and recycling practices; ability to communicate clearly and tactfully; ability to prepare oral and written reports; ability to read and interpret laws and regulations; ability to keep accurate records; physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position. Excellent leadership skills, be people orientated and have the ability to foster team work and motivate others. A full working knowledge of NYSDEC and DOT regulations related to Agency functions preferred.
Substance Abuse Testing:
Prior to appointment, the candidate must be tested for substance abuse. Evidence of substance abuse or refusal to submit to testing will result in disqualification from appointment.