Ohio EPA

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Ohio EPA's goal is to protect the environment and public health by ensuring compliance with environmental laws and demonstrating leadership in environmental stewardship.

Ohio EPA Columbus, Ohio, United States
Jan 23, 2018
Internship- Paid
Multiple College Internships with Ohio EPA.  $11 to $11.50 per hour.  Applications accepted for most positions until February 28, but apply early. Click on link the job title for details on each  position .   College Intern - Central Office - Wetlands/401 Franklin County, OH College Intern Groveport Field Office/ Bug Franklin County, OH College Intern - Air Pollution/Central Office Franklin County, OH College Intern - Central District Office/ Air Pollution Franklin County, OH College Intern - Air Pollution/ Northeast Office Summit County, OH College Intern - Air Pollution/ Southeast Office Hocking County, OH College Intern - Northeast Office/Engineering Summit County, OH College Intern  (Environmental Law) Franklin County, OH NOTE:   Click on link in title of   each   positio n.   College Intern - Northwest Office/ H armful Algal Bloom Wood County, OH College Intern - Northeast Office/ HAB  (Harmful Algal Bloom) Summit County, OH College Intern - Central District Office/ HAB  (Harmful Algal Bloom) Franklin County, OH College Intern - Southwest Office/HAB  (Harmful Algal Bloom) Montgomery County, OH College Intern - Southeast Office/ HAB  (Harmful Algal Bloom) Hocking County, OH College Intern - Central Office/ Water Quality Standards and Technical Support Franklin County, OH College Intern - Central District Office - Permits/NPDES Franklin County, OH NOTE: Click on link in title of each positio n.   College Intern - Northwest Office - Stormwater Wood County, OH College Intern - Northwest Office - Permit Wood County, OH College Intern - Northeast Office/ Water Quality Summit County, OH College Intern - Central Office - Permits/Compliance Franklin County, OH College Intern - Central Office/Modeling Franklin County, OH College Intern - Northeast Office/Engineering  (Public Water) Summit County, OH Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
Ohio EPA Hocking County, OH, United States
Jan 10, 2018
Full time
Job Duties Evaluates and processes permit to install applications, permit to operate applications (including registration and renewals) and Title V permit applications for all air contaminant emissions units to determine if such emissions units meet state and Federal air pollution control regulations and recommends appropriate action to be taken through written or oral communications. Conducts inspections of existing and new air pollution emissions units (industrial, commercial or institutional). Observes and evaluates compliance performance tests conducted by applicants and prepares inspection and site investigation report and follow-up letters. Participates in meetings and conference calls with entities. Participates in public meetings, information sessions and hearings that are conducted for controversial permits. Assists Central Office in the evaluation and processing of variance applications. Performs compliance monitoring inspections of air permittees. Performs air pollution source inspections and prepares inspection reports. Arranges and participates in compliance meetings with entities. Reviews Emissions Fee Reports, Emissions Statement Reports and Emissions Inventory Reports in the STARS system. Performs technical review of the data submitted electronically by entities. Performs review of data submitted by entities related to non-Title V fees and recommends approval or disapproval of the data submitted by entities. Conducts air pollution complaint investigations, (e.g., performs inspections; meets with complainant and source owner and gathers information and evidence). Prepares complaint investigation reports and recommends action. Participates in activities designed to support Ohio EPA litigations: e.g., special field investigation, research studies, etc.; prepares enforcement related documents and reports; testifies at pre-hearing conference, adjudication hearing, enforcement negotiations and civil court proceedings.  THIS POSITION MAY REQUIRE PARTICIPATION IN OHIO EPA'S MEDICAL MONITORING PROGRAM. Minimum Qualifications 12 mos. exp. as Environmental Specialist 1, 85861.,   OR   4 yrs. trg. or 4 yrs. exp. in position involving engineering or chemistry, physics, biology, environmental science, geology or hydrogeology &/or other comparable physical or health science field &/or mathematics which included responsibility for conducting compliance monitoring surveys &/or inspections/reviews or investigations, or review of permit applications relative to oil & gas well operations or injection, annular disposal & saltwater injection wells & enhanced recovery projects or coal mining, or solid/hazardous waste sites or industrial & municipal wastewater dischargers, or collecting, compiling & preparing various environmental assessments, evaluations, reports & related documents. Training & experience must be commensurate with duties to be assigned.   OR   baccalaureate degree in engineering, chemistry, physics, biology, environmental science, earth science &/or urban & regional planning, geology or other comparable physical or health science fields, with training to be commensurate with duties to be assigned. Major Worker Characteristics Knowledge of engineering or chemistry, biology, environmental science &/or other comparable physical or health science field; applicable state &/or federal laws, rules, regulations & standards relative to environmental control &/or public health area assigned*; inspection & investigation techniques & procedures; computer simulations & predictive modeling. Skill in operation & basic maintenance of sampling &/or surveying equipment; operation of video display terminal. Ability to understand technical field of study & analyze & interpret &/or compile scientific/ technical data; prepare & maintain correspondence & detailed, comprehensive reports; cooperate with co-workers & establish & maintain favorable public relations with government officials, public &/or facility operations. Supplemental Information This posting is for 2 positions. Closing date and time: 1/19/2018 at 5:00 PM Eastern Time Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com