|SALARY:||$3,767.43 – $4,794.74 Biweekly
$97,953.24 – $124,663.20 Annually
|OPENING DATE: 04/30/19
CLOSING DATE: 05/22/19 05:01 PM
|SOUTH COAST AQMD AND JOB OVERVIEW:
ABOUT SOUTH COAST AQMD
South Coast Air Quality Management District (South Coast AQMD) is one of the largest and most technologically sophisticated environmental regulatory agencies in the Nation. We serve a four-county region that includes all of Orange County, and parts of Los Angeles, Riverside and San Bernardino counties, home to more than 17 million people. South Coast AQMD’s headquarters is located in Diamond Bar, 30 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, at the junction of the 57 and 60 freeways. With a highly diverse “Clean Air Team” of over 750 employees, an annual budget of $162.6 million, and a state-of-the-art air quality laboratory, our mission is to ensure clean air and a healthy environment. SCAQMD is an organization you can be proud to work for — we make a difference in the quality of life in Southern California!
ABOUT THE CURRENT VACANCIES
There are currently two positions approved to be filled in the Technology Demonstration unit of Science and Technology Advancement. This recruitment is expected to result in an eligible list from which the current and future Program Supervisor vacancies, with similar program requirements, may be filled, during the 6-month life of the list.
The specialized duties of these positions include:
Other Duties may Include the Following:
|EXAMPLE OF DUTIES:
Supervises a professional staff unit; and plans, organizes, assigns, reviews, and evaluates the work of assigned staff, prepares performance appraisals, and provides technical and administrative supervision, support, coaching, and guidance, as necessary.
Oversees and participates in the planning, organization, and development of complex projects and programs for evaluating, maintaining, and updating the Air Quality Management Plan and for developing rules and regulations.
Prepares and supervises the preparation of evaluations, analyses, and other forms of quantitative assessment of air quality data; prepares and supervises the preparation of reports, scientific papers, and other written documents; reviews and edits materials prepared by team members; and evaluates the effectiveness of programs and projects in progress and redirects or modifies them as necessary in order to achieve South Coast AQMD goals.
Develops and modifies computer software, as required, for carrying out work on projects and programs; and conceptualizes research models by synthesizing or modifying concepts and approaches from the mathematical, statistical, and physical sciences.
Assists in the coordination of investigative projects concerned with the measurement and analysis of air quality or emission inventories and in the determination of emission reduction and source performance standards, working with engineering, source testing, and other technical personnel.
May conduct workshops and meetings or provide consultation and advice to individuals and businesses in matters related to area of expertise.
Reviews and reports on research papers and technical literature pertinent to air quality planning, emissions, control, and rule development.
Reviews legislation and provides technical assistance and expertise in preparation of briefs and testimony for legal proceedings affecting the South Coast AQMD.
|MINIMUM AND DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS:
In addition to the Minimum Qualifications which follow, the most competitively qualified candidates will possess:
EXPERIENCE: Four years of technical air quality or professional analytical experience which would demonstrate the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities defined in the job announcement for the position to which assigned.
KNOWLEDGE OF: A specific discipline such as chemistry, economics, environmental planning or related field, with emphasis on its relationship to air quality planning and rule development; the principles, methods, and procedures of environmental review, planning and rule development; the provisions of the Clean Air Act; federal and State regulations regarding air quality and air pollution control; research methods and techniques; air quality modeling; emissions calculations; research methods and techniques; statistical and computer software applications common to the field and to the general business environment of South Coast AQMD; computer programming; and principles and practices of supervision.
SKILL OR ABILITY TO: Compile and analyze technical data; direct and evaluate comprehensive planning and research studies; understand and interpret applicable laws, rules, and regulations; understand and apply appropriate computer-based analytical techniques to complex air pollution control problems; proficiently use PC software applications common to the field and to the general business environment of South Coast AQMD; read, understand, and follow verbal and written directions; communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; prepare and present concise, logical reports of a technical nature; establish and maintain effective relationships with all those contacted in the course of work; plan, organize, assign, review, and evaluate the work of assigned staff; and make effective public presentations.
|OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
APPLICATION PACKETS MUST INCLUDE:
Job applications must be completely filled out; a resume cannot be substituted for the required information. Be sure to detail any education, training, or other relevant coursework that would make you a particularly strong candidate.
SCAQMD reserves the right to add, delete, or modify any elements of the selection process deemed appropriate, based on the number and quality of applicants at each step.
Pursuant to Section 4(g)(3)(d) of the Personnel Rules, this eligible list may be used to fill current and future Program Supervisor vacancies, in any SCAQMD department, during the 6-month life of the list.
Candidates who may need accommodations during the selection process must call the Human Resources Department at least one week prior to any test dates.
If you have any questions regarding this recruitment, please contactÂ Human Resources at (909) 396-2800.