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Ohio Department of Natural Resources Franklin County, OH, United States
Aug 29, 2016
Full time
RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR 2 POSITION INCLUDE:Acts for administrator of the Surety and Bonding program to ensure compliance with state laws and rules:   responds to programmatic issues; formulates and implements program policies and procedures; manages and maintains all surety files (e.g. Risk Based Data Management System (RBDMS) database and hard files, etc.); receives, processes and manages all oil and gas surety bonds (e.g. certificates of deposit, letters of credit, surety, cash bonds, and financial statements, etc.); evaluates and maintains surety insurance certificates; relieves supervisor of non-routine administrative duties (e.g. prepares and distributes insurance and bonding documents to industry operators, insures compliance with state laws and rules and coordinates bond and fee deposit activities with division fiscal staff and the State Treasurer's office; manages the creation, distribution, and tracking of Chief's Orders related to Surety non-compliance issues;  supports the referral of Oil and Gas well owners to legal services or the Orphan Well Program for enforcement of non-compliant issues;  supervises surety staff, interviews, trains, evaluates, and counsels employees to insure that program performance goals are achieved and comply with provisions of Section 1509 of the Ohio Revised Code, and 1501 of the Ohio Administrative Code; provides guidance and assistance to staff; assists with coordination of division reception area phone coverage; represents administrator at meetings and conferences; serves as liaison between administrator and employees; delegates assignments to appropriate staff; assumes responsibility and authority in administrator's absence (e.g. reviews employee activity reports, approves leave, etc.); initiates enforcement actions as needed for surety and bonding; review and train staff on the proper review of insurance certificates and bonding. Analyzes and evaluates programs, procedures and policies related to Surety and Bonding program; researches and prepares status reports; provides technical advice to aid administrators in decision making processes; Conducts file searches and prepares, packages and processes files and documents for archiving; conducts owner status research and owner audits; responds to inquiries from operators, governmental entities, staff and the general public concerning Oil and Gas surety requirements; provides technical assistance to industry officials, surety companies, banks, division field inspection staff, administrators and other state and federal agencies to resolve Oil and Gas surety questions, problems and/or concerns; prepares, edits, and distributes letters in response to inquiries. Minimum QualificationsCompletion of undergraduate core program in business administration, management science or public administration;- And 2 years training or 2 years experience in supervisory, administrative and/or managerial position. -Or completion of undergraduate core program in academic field commensurate with program area to be assigned per approved Position Description on file;- And 2 years training or 2 years experience in supervisory, administrative &/or managerial position or staff position involving planning, research and/or policy/procedure development. -Or 4 years training or 4 years experience in business administration management science or public administration. -Or 1 year experience as Program Administrator 1, 63122. -Or equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications For Employment noted above. Major Worker CharacteristicsKnowledge of:  Public Administration; Public Accounting; employee training and development, supervision, public relations, agency policies and procedures (Surety and Bonding)*, government structure and process (local, state, federal)*, interviewing; law (ORC 1509, 1501)*.   Skilled in: word processing (Microsoft Office Suite, RBDMS*), equipment operation (personal computer, general office equipment, etc.).  Ability to: define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions; calculate fractions, decimals and percentages; write letters, papers and reports; gather, collate and classify information about data, people or things; handle sensitive telephone and face-to-face inquiries and contacts with officials and general public; use proper research methods in gathering data; prepare and deliver speeches before specialized audiences and general public  Competencies:  Evaluating Information to Determine Compliance with Standards; Analyzing Data or Information; Updating and Using Relevant Knowledge Closing: 9/4/2016 11:59 PM Eastern Supplemental InformationEffective July 1, 2015 applicants must apply online for positions at all state agencies except the Department of Developmental Disabilities (DODD).  The final candidate selected for the position will be required to undergo a criminal background check.  Criminal convictions do not necessarily preclude an applicant from consideration for a position.  An individual assessment of an applicant's prior criminal convictions will be made before excluding an applicant from consideration.Remember to say you found this opportunity at
Virginia Marine Resources Commission Newport News, Virginia, United States
Aug 29, 2016
Full time
WORK DESCRIPTION: Assist and improve data management activities in a multi program division. Position will focus on quality assurance and reporting for all fisheries data systems, to include manual paper based harvest reporting, online reporting systems, and associated fisheries buyer audit and/or buyer reporting systems. The position will promote and refine use of online reporting features, and assist in the design and development of web applications used to manage and report on fisheries data. Provides outreach to individuals required to report on harvest activities for fisheries. Work closely with fisheries management staff to improve efficacy of reporting and data collection.DESIRED QUALIFICATION: Candidate must have demonstrated skills in relational database management in conjunction with custom, web based data applications. Prefer knowledge of mysql, php, MS Access, and “R” statistical package, but experience in other database and web application development environments may be suitable. Familiarity with use of automation to effectively assist management programs in a diverse, complex, and fast paced environment is desired. Knowledge of marine resource management or similar resource management experience is a plus. Degree Preferred.APPLICATION DEADLINE: September 8, 2016Remember to say you found this opportunity on
Virginia Marine Resources Commission 2600 Washington Ave, Newport News, VA, United States
Aug 29, 2016
Full time
WORK DESCRIPTION: Position conducts background research, subsequent data analysis, and prepares finding on immediate problems and issues concerning Virginia’s Marine Resources; conducts analysis on fisheries dependent and independent data for Blue Crabs to provide information and results for management; provides summaries of analytical results of data to advisory groups and Commission. Represents Virginia on NOAA’s Chesapeake Bay Stock Assessment Committee; develops and assures compliance with State and Federal reports and evaluations as directed. Presents at meetings; prepares materials for any fisheries advisory committee meetings as well as recording and preparation of final meeting minutes; prepares summary review of commission decisions for Fisheries Management Division Chief. May represent agency at assigned State and regional committees.DESIRED QUALIFICATION: Requires strong analytical skills; knowledge of applied seafood harvesting practices and business; scientific knowledge of marine species and the marine environment. Requires well developed skills in speaking and writing. Experience in computer based data management and statistical analysis required. Must have ability to disseminate information to a variety of audiences including fisheries managers, industry based professionals, and the general public. Must be proficient in the use of computer programs, to include MS word, excel, access, and SAS; and ability to create presentation materials from each. Degree preferred.Position requires physical ability to life up to 20 lbs; pushing and pulling; standing, sitting, reaching, walking, bending, stooping, and climbing.APPLICATION DEADLINE: September 12, 2016 Remember to say you found this opportunity on
PASE Corps Hampton Roads, Norfolk, VA, United States
Aug 25, 2016
Intermittent - On Call
PASE Corps is solving the chronic problem of job seekers needing a job to get experience and employers who want candidates that have experience.Description:Environmental Associates become part of PASE Corps and build their resume by:Participating in weekly advanced environmental training sessions that are based on skills employers told us were the most important or often missing in resumes and experience that they wished more candidates would have -- based on nationwide environmental employer surveys conducted by the Environmental Career Center;Researching technical and environmental policy issues one week and then teaching them next week.  Much of the Fall 2016 advanced training sessions will focus on the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and associated laws and regulations such as Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, Section 404 of the Clean Water Act, Section 7 of the Endangered Species Act, NEPA regulations of NASA, Air Force, Navy, Army, NOAA and others. After learning the basic NEPA procedures, Environmental associates will research and teach advanced concepts derived from recent White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) NEPA guidance.Researching and preparing proposals for grants, cooperative agreements, and environmental contracts -- environmental employers seek technical staff that can also write proposals and win work!Adapt, research, and train on other skills that environmental employers introduce to us during the semester -- for example, Brownfields, climate change planning, ISO 14001 EMS, and other environmental compliance laws, regulations, and skills.Limited to 25 participants for Fall 2016 sessions. Two-hour training sessions on Mondays from September through December.  Additional training sessions may be added based on employer/partner's needs.  Some Associates may be selected to work on short-term projects for our Partners (municipalities, government agencies, consultants, and nonprofit environmental organizations).  Others may be placed in internships on-site with our Partners. Ultimate goal is placing PASE Corps Environmental Associates in rewarding entry-level environmental sustainability careers.Qualifications:At least two years of college, bachelor's degree or higher preferred.  Preference for candidates who have college education in environmental-related degree programs.Ability to research environmental topics one week and teach them at the following week's session.  Don't worry--everyone has to do it.  Availability to work on short-term environmental projects for our partners/employers.PASE Corps Environmental Associates are not stuck in the Catch-22 trap of: The job requires experienced people, but I need that job to get experience.  They are passionate about sharpening their skills and abilities and building their resume for a career that makes a difference. Apply Now and attach your resume for consideration.See for more information.  Click here for a fact sheet on upcoming training in Hampton Roads, VirginiaPASE Corps is an EEO
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