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Environmental Permits & Program Coordinator

at City of Nashua, NH

Posted: 6/26/2019
Job Reference #: 773

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Openings as of 7/20/2019
Professionals

  • Environmental Permits & Program Coordinator JobID: 773
  • Position Type:
    Professionals

  • Date Posted:
    1/16/2019

  • Location:
    Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP)

  •   POSITION: Environmental Permits & Program Coordinator

    DEPARTMENT: Wastewater Treatment

    HOURS WORKED: 40 hours/week, Monday - Friday, 8:00am – 5:00pm

    AFFILIATION: UAW Professional

    STARTING SALARY: Grade 15, salary dependent upon experience

    PRIMARY DUTIES


    Position coordinates and implements the City’s environmental permits and programs, including Storm Water, Wastewater, Industrial Pretreatment, Air Resource and other environmental permitting as required. Coordinates the development and operation of the Collection System Capacity Management, Operation, and Maintenance Program (CMOM). Position reports to Wastewater Superintendent and works directly with the City Engineer and Director of Public Works. Position is responsible for ensuring that the City satisfies federal, state, and local environmental requirements.

    MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS


    Bachelor’s degree in an environmental discipline, including training in hazardous materials management and considerable experience in storm water management and collection system maintenance including the Federal Industrial Pretreatment Program or equivalent combination of experience and training. Must be able to obtain Grade II Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator License, Grade II Collection System Operator License and certificate in Hazardous Materials Training within one year of hire. Must possess a valid driver’s license.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE

    Submit application, resume, and three professional references at:

    EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER - Recruiting practices shall be consistent with State and Federal Law (03/12/2019)