Environmental Specialist 2

  • Ohio EPA
  • Summit County, OH, United States
  • Mar 07, 2017
Full time Environmental Impact Assessment Environmental Science/Engineering Hazardous Waste / RCRA Remediation - Brownfields - CERCLA

Job Description

Job Duties

Assists in the preparation and/or review and implementation of work plans, quality assurance plans, sampling plans, reports and technical memoranda associated with the investigation and remediation of environmental releases from hazardous waste sites. Assists in ensuring that field activities are carried out in accordance with the approved work plans. Assists in the review and implementation of plans, drawings and specification for the construction and operation and maintenance of remedial activities at these sites. Acts as the district site coordinator for those projects assigned by the Group Leader or Unit Supervisor. Conducts facility assessment and oversight of investigation and remediation activities performed at facilities subject to RCRA corrective action, closure, or post-closure. Participates in the development of, and monitors compliance with, corrective action orders, agreements or permit terms and conditions.

Assists with the review and implementation of submittals and proposals in accordance with the State Voluntary Action Program (VAP), (e.g., No Further Action submittals, Urban Setting Designations, O&M Agreements, audits and other associated permits, authorizations, and submittals). Provides technical assistance to Volunteers, Certified Professionals, Certified Laboratories, and the Regulated Community.

Assists in the preparation and/or review of environmental assessments, preliminary assessments, and hazardous ranking documents associated with the initial screening and prioritization of environmental releases from hazardous waste sites. Assists in determining the relative priority of each site for future response actions.

Assists in coordinating these activities with other affected Agency personnel, other DERR and division programs, other Federal, state, and local entities and/or agencies and responsible parties. Provides technical assistance to consultants, government officials, industry, and citizens. Presents educational materials to professional groups, classes, and citizen organizations. Participates in public meetings as required.

Reviews Federal rules, policies, and guidance to determine applicability to remediation projects. Participates in the development and revision of new and existing technical guidance, rules, policies, and procedures related to remediation projects. Serves as a witness in legal proceedings related to remediation projects. Represents the Division and District office on committees and work groups.

Performs other duties as required.

Closing 3/13/2017 5:00 PM Eastern

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Government- State/Provincial


$22.87 Hourly