Kellogg Remediation Project Manager - Analyst 4

  • Idaho Department of Environmental Quality
  • Kellogg, ID, USA
  • Jul 03, 2018
Full time Environmental Science - Engineering Geoscience-Hydrogeology Remediation - Brownfields - CERCLA

Job Description

The Kellogg Office is recruiting for a Remediation Project Manager within the Waste and Remediation Division.  This position is responsible for planning, coordinating, implementing, and evaluating remedial actions and ongoing monitoring projects performed by DEQ and DEQ's contractors. This position oversees implementation of projects within Bunker Hill Superfund Site programs and other statewide mining programs.

  • Serve as a project manager to provide daily oversight to implement Bunker Hill Superfund Site projects.
  • Interface with the DEQ project team and EPA Remedial Project manager on the status of schedule, budget, and technical information
  • Serve as local Bunker Hill superfund Site project representative to communicate project information, answer questions, and coordinate with local jurisdictions. Support local activities that protect or compliment the remedy.
  • Ensure health and safety and quality assurance/quality control measures are followed by DEQ and DEQ's contractor in accordance with  DEQ's guiding documents
  • Coordinate with the Panhandle Health District during all phases Bunker Hill Superfund Site of projects to ensure protection of human health through the Institutional Controls Program and Lead Health Intervention Project
  • Prepare work plans and QAPPs to document planning activities; implement field activities; and complete technical documents, letters, and memoranda to document completion of activities.
  • Review and evaluate remedial actions and ongoing monitoring projects.

Minimum Qualifications:

Possession of a Bachelor’s degree in the physical or biological sciences, political science, business or public administration, engineering, or related natural resources management field OReducation and/or experience equivalent to a typical four (4) year Bachelor’s degree. For example:  Successful completion of sixty (60) semester hours of study, including twenty-four (24) semester hours in a subject required for the specific discipline, is equivalent to two (2) years of undergraduate education; and/or experience performing routine duties such as planning, research, regulatory development and/or implementation of components of environmental programs or media for at least two (2) years can substitute for one (1) year of college AND at least six (6) years of professional experience providing management, technical assistance, resource allocation, and policy interpretation to staff, special interest groups and the public.


Possession of a Master's degree in any of the above fields AND at least four (4) years of professional experience providing technical assistance, allocating resources, managing and/or developing programs; and interpreting policy to staff, special interest groups and the public.

Specialty Minimum Qualifications (required for this position):

  • Mining (3118): Describe your experience demonstrating some knowledge of mining processes. Typically gained through possession of a college degree in Hydrogeology, Geology, Geophysics, Biology, Environmental Science, Chemistry, Soil Science, Chemical, Civil, Mining or Environmental Engineering, or a closely related field; OR education and experience equivalent to an undergraduate degree; AND 
    at least two (2) years of experience working on mine design, development, construction, operations, remediation, reclamation, and/or permitting that provided a good understanding of mining processes;
    at least four (4) years of experience working on industrial or mining sites to develop and implement sampling programs for soils, surface water, ground water or air; evaluation of environmental impacts from past contamination of soil, sediment, or water; construction or project management experience to develop and implement remediation and reclamation plans, and a good understanding of relationships between the Federal and State agencies responsible for natural resources management and/or managing human health risks. (For the Analyst 3, 4, & 5 only)

    Education/Experience Equivalency: 
    Successful completion of sixty (60) semester hours of study, including twenty-four (24) credited hours in a subject required for the particular degree, is equivalent to two (2) years of undergraduate education; and/or 
    Each two (2) years of qualifying work experience as described on the announcement may be equivalent to one (1) year of undergraduate education.

    For any education and training, describe the course title(s), the content, and hours/credits of each. 

    For experience, list employers, employment dates, and describe job duties. 

Physical Requirements

  • Ability to sit and work on a computer for 2-4 hours at a time
  • Ability to reach and bend for filing purpose
  • Some periods of heavy reading and typing required
  • Ability to lift 30 pounds when working with file boxes
  • Some travel may be required
  • Must have a valid driver's license
  • Ability to lift and carry up to 30 pounds over rough terrain
  • Ability to work in adverse or inclement weather
  • Ability to work in extreme hot or cold temperatures both outside and inside
  • Field sites may involve working near and with drilling rigs, backhoes, trucks and other large equipment in rough terrain
  • May work in the vicinity of loud noise
  • May be required to travel and stay overnight in remote areas
  • May come into contact with hazardous waste/materials

Desirable Qualifications (the education and/or experience below is not required but may increase your score):

  • Experience in program and/or project management
  • Experience in regulation, rule, and/or policy development
  • Experience preparing and presenting written and oral reports

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$25.81 - $32.00 per hour -Plus Competitive Benefits!