Provide technical and professional services for the Environmental Affairs, Bureau of Environmental Health Services, Lowcountry-Beaufort office. Assists the Director and Office Manager as requested. Review the workload and standard operating procedures of assigned program areas and assist with workload as needed. Maintain up to date knowledge of the status of assigned program areas. Organize, develop, and implement procedures for recording, routing, sorting, distributing, and filing documentation, reports, correspondence, and administrative forms. Create and maintain spreadsheets for accurate recording and tracking. Interpret and communicate general Environmental Affairs policies and procedures to the general public, developers, and staff and assist in other regional activities. Responsible for the completion of special projects, as assigned. Assist in coordinating issues (regulation development, training, inspection goals, etc.) between assigned program areas and all of the region. Participate in agency committees and task forces that make decisions on policies, procedures and regulations having statewide impacts. Perform other duties as required.
Minimum and Additional Requirements
A high school diploma and relevant experience in business management, public administration, or administrative services or a bachelor's degree may be substituted for the required work experience. Must be able to work independently and effectively in a team-oriented environment; and encourage positive working relationships with co-workers, industry, public, and government officials. Possess a valid driver's license and a good driving record. Must be able to interpret and communicate general Environmental Affairs policies and procedures to the public, developers, and staff, and maintain confidentiality and exercise good judgment when making work-related decisions. Must have excellent organizational and communication skills, good typing skills, and be proficient in Microsoft Office Professional. Some overnight travel required.
A bachelor's degree in a relevant field; or an associate degree in a relevant field and two years of experience; or high school diploma and four years of experience in a relevant field. Institutions of higher learning must be recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. Must have excellent organizational and communication skills, good typing skills, and be proficient in Microsoft Office Professional. Some overnight travel required.
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