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Location: Olympia, Washington
Type: Full Time
Salary: $10,764 – $14,466 monthly
The Compliance Manager is responsible for the overall operation of agency’s Compliance Division, which includes the Inspection and Engineering units.
Teams of individuals from the Compliance Division implement the agency’s principal air regulatory programs required under the Washington Clean Air Act and the Federal Clean Air Act, including Registration, Title V Air Operating Permits, New Source Review, Asbestos, Outdoor Burning, and Woodstove Enforcement programs. The Compliance Manager is responsible for ensuring these programs meet requirements of federal, state, and local clean air statutes and regulations, and are implemented efficiently and effectively.
This position is a member of the agency leadership team, providing strategic direction, expertise, guidance, and insights on the agency’s operations, ensuring cohesiveness and alignment with the agency’s overall mission, values, and strategic plan.
Complete the online job application at the link below and upload a cover letter and current résumé, as well as any other support documents you’d like to share. Your cover letter should detail your experience and qualifications with reference to the specific duties and qualifications of this position. Your résumé should outline your experience and education as it relates to this position. Note that a cover letter and résumé are required to be considered for this position.
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Environmental Science, Environmental Policy, Chemistry, or Engineering.
Ten years of progressively responsible experience in air quality permitting and regulatory compliance.
Valid Washington state driver's license is required.
This job description is a summary rather than a detailed list of the duties performed. Olympic Region Clean Air Agency provides reasonable accommodations to assist qualified individuals to perform the essential functions their job requires.