Detroit Building Authority
The Detroit Building Authority manages the largest Demolition Program in the nation. The Demolition Program is a cornerstone in Mayor Duggan's effort to revitalize Detroit. This position is responsible for providing quality control and quality assurance for all environmental due diligence associated with the Detroit Demolition Program. Please note; this is a temporary, full-time position which is expected to last approximately six (6) months in duration.
Examples of Duties:
- Keep and maintain Hazardous/Regulated Materials Survey & Inspection Scope of Services.
- Work with Planning and Procurement Managers and Data / GIS Manager & Analyst to procure or assign Environmental Consultants for demolition targets.
- Hold regular meetings with Environmental Consultants for training or informational purposes.
- Monitor and track the performance of Environmental Consultants to ensure timely completion of quality work.
- Review and evaluate Hazardous / Regulated Materials Survey & Inspection Reports to ensure consistency with the Scope of Services.
- Review all Phase I and Phase II (as necessary) Environmental Site Assessments and Due Care Plans (Section 7a Compliance Analysis, as necessary) for commercial demolitions and prepare recommendations for review and approval by City of Detroit Environmental Affairs.
- Coordinate with Environmental Consultants and City of Detroit Environmental Affairs to ensure completion of all necessary and appropriate due diligence for any other environmental concern (i.e. underground storage tanks).
- Keep and maintain copies of all documents associated with environmental due diligence.
- Work with Compliance Manager to enforce the requirements of the Scope of Services for Environmental Consultants.
- Perform other tasks as assigned.
- Bachelor's Degree in (Chemical, Civil, or Environmental) Engineering, Geology, Earth Sciences, or a similar discipline.
- At least three to five years of professional experience in environmental due diligence for Real Estate / Construction / Demolition Projects. The years of experience may be offset by additional education beyond the minimum requirements.
- Candidate should have working knowledge of Parts 201, 211, and 213 of Public Act 451 of 1994, as amended.
- Accreditation as a State of Michigan Asbestos Inspector is preferred.
- Professional experience in Project Management as it relates to environmental due diligence.
- Professional experience in working with the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality and/or the City of Detroit Environmental Affairs.
- Completion of the 40–hour HAZWOPER Training with 8 hour refresher training is preferred.
- One or more years of Construction knowledge and experience is preferred.
LICENSE, CERTIFICATION AND OTHER SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
- Valid State of Michigan Operator License; employees in this class will be required, when necessary, to operate a motor vehicle.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
- Advanced communication (oral & written) skills;
- Intermediate to advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite;
- Basic knowledge of database management tools/systems;
- Ability to conduct field investigations, as necessary.
- A person is expected to have problem solving ability, planning and organizing capabilities, decisiveness, communication skills both written and verbal, direction capabilities, self-motivation,
- These will be used daily in both in the field and in administrative work as it pertains to the field work
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