Location: Monterey, California
Type: Full Time
Salary: $120,000 - $125,000 year
Health and Safety
2 Year Degree
Position: Supervising Air Quality Planner
Salary: Dependent on Qualifications, Annual Salary Range $120,000 - $125,000
To Apply: Please submit a cover letter, employment application, and answers to supplemental questions to (no faxes):
Administrative Services Manager
Monterey Bay Air Resources District
24580 Silver Cloud Court
Monterey, CA 93940
Applications, supplemental questions, and complete job description are available at www.mbard.org or call 831-647-9411.
Background checks are required prior to final job offer.
Due Date: Application materials are due by 4:45 p.m. on Monday, June 12, 2023
Under general direction, supervises, coordinates, and participates in the work of the Planning and Air Monitoring sections; develops air quality plans required by state and federal law; oversees MBARD’s grant and educational programs; evaluates air quality impacts of proposed development projects and district rules and programs in accordance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA); develops programs to implement plans; supervises air monitoring staff and MBARD’s air quality data collection and reporting system; performs other related duties as required.
The Planning and Air Monitoring Supervisor is the supervisory level class responsible for supervising, coordinating, evaluating, and participating in the work of staff in the Planning and Air Monitoring Sections.
Please refer to complete job description available on our website at www.mbard.org .
Retirement: California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS) 2% at 55 plan or 2% at 62 plan, depending on member’s CalPERS status at time of enrollment.
District does not participate in Social Security portion of FICA, only Medicare.
Cafeteria Plan monthly benefits:
- $1,030 for employees with no eligible dependents
- $1,714 for employees with one eligible dependent
- $1,940 for employees with two or more eligible dependents
District also pays $151.00 per month towards PERS medical plans.
Employee Opt-Out Option - $500 per month
Vision and dental coverage for employees and dependents are paid by the District.
Life Insurance: $20,000 term policy, paid by District.
LT/ST Disability: 14 day elimination period for short-term & 90 day elimination period for long-term disability. 50% paid by employee and 50% paid by employer.
Holidays: 13 paid days (2 are floating).
Vacation & Sick Leave: Negotiable with employment agreement.
Deferred Compensation: 457 plan available through payroll deduction. No matching contribution by District.
Monterey Bay Air Resources District is an equal opportunity employer.
Education and Experience:
Any combination of education and experience that has provided the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for a Planning and Air Monitoring Supervisor. A typical way of obtaining the required qualifications is to possess the equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in environmental sciences or a related field, and one year experience as an Air Quality Planner III with MBARD or three years of planning experience in air quality management, including lead or project management experience. Additionally, two years of college with major course work in science or a related field, or four years of experience operating and maintaining a variety of air pollution monitoring instruments. A minimum of two years of experience in supervising or managing staff is preferred.
Licenses and Certifications:
- Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Class C California Driver License.
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About Monterey Bay Air Resources District
Monterey Bay Air Resources District
All individuals in the MBARD jurisdiction will live, work and play in a clean air environment. Individual and communities are encouraged to make choices in their daily lives that promote clean air quality.
The District’s Mission Statement:
The mission of the Monterey Bay Air Resources District is to Protect Public and Environmental Health while balancing Economic and Air Quality Considerations.
The District is responsible for air monitoring, permitting, enforcement, long-range air quality planning, regulatory development, education and public information activities related to air pollution, as required by the California Clean Air Act and Amendments (HSC Section 40910 et seq.) and the Federal Clean Air Act and Amendments (42 U.S.C. Section 7401 et seq.).
California Health and Safety Code Sections 39002, et seq. and 40000, et seq. require local districts to be the primary enforcement mechanism for air pollution control. Districts must have rules and regulations for the implementation and enforcement for the attainment and maintenance of federal and state ambient air standards.