West Virginia Dept. of Environmental Protection

DEP employees require levels of skill ranging from the beginner to the seasoned worker, but primarily in scientific and technical fields. The DEP is a statewide operation, headquartered in Charleston. Operations are accomplished on a district or regional level, based upon the program, thus requiring a workforce throughout West Virginia.

West Virginia Dept. of Environmental Protection West Virginia, USA
Jun 24, 2020
Full time
Nature of Work Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)/Division of Mining and Reclamation/Program Development/Boone, Clay, Fayette, Jackson, Kanawha, Lincoln, Nicholas, Putnam, Raleigh, and Roane Co. -   ***Office Location: 601 57th Street, Southeast, Charleston, WV 25304***   Employee will be assigned to the Division of Mining and Reclamation, Program Development. Under administrative direction, will perform highly technical on blasting operations at surface mine sites for establishing standards for blaster training and blasting procedures used by the Division. Employee will act as a technical blasting expert for the Division.   This employee must have experience in explosives and blasting.   The position will require highly specialized knowledge of explosive products, blasting equipment, blast log requirements, blasting techniques, blast design and blast plans, blast vibration control and explosives inventory records; in order to evaluate blasting laws,...