Salary starts at $49,040.00 annually. Rate of pay depends on qualifications.
The Environmental Analyst II utilizes environmental and technical knowledge to conduct research, prepare complex reports and presentations, develop applications and interpretations of data and coordinates regulatory compliance. The Environmental Analyst II conducts planning, forecasting and modeling.
- Prepares knowledge based products such as reports, presentations and assessments in support of all departments to resolve technical and scientific issues.
- Performs statistical/graphic data analysis for monitoring, evaluating & modeling of SAWS environmental programs and operations.
- Analyzes & interprets environmental & public health data, reports & studies by applying principles of Engineering, Environmental Law & regulations and scientific analyses.
- Advises and guides management staff on permits, regulations and legislation that may impact operations.
- Works with teams to develop, participate and implement long range strategic and master plans.
- Audits safety, security and environmental programs across SAWS.
- Participates in research projects with outside water industry groups and academic institutions related to water quality, and emergency preparedness and response.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Works under limited supervision.
- May provide functional guidance to teams and groups of up to 20.
- Typically takes initiative in planning/performing work for months at a time.
- Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Engineering or Science; Public Administration; or related field from an institution accredited by a nationally recognized accrediting agency.
- Minimum three years' similar environmental work experience.
- Required license or certification in at least one of the following: Registered Environmental Manager, Registered Sanitarian, TCEQ Water or Wastewater Operator minimum Grade "B".
- Able to use spreadsheets, word processing and presentation software.
- Valid Class "C" Texas Driver's License consistent with SAWS driving policy.
- Five years' environmental work experience.
- Frequent contact with internal and external customers, middle management, governmental agencies, consultants and attorneys.
- Occasional need to meet with employees on 24/7 shifts and weekends.
- Attend evening meetings with civic and neighborhood groups. Travel may be required.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS
Working conditions are in an office environment with occasional field visits. May be exposed to fumes, odors, gasses, chemicals and dust. May be required to wear personal protective equipment including respiratory protection. May operate a company vehicle.
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