Announcement Period: July 10, 2019 through July 20, 2019
GS-7/9/11: In order to be considered, please send your resume and transcript(s) to CENAB-HR@usace.army.mil through Saturday, July 20, 2019. Please include the Vacancy ID: E1R0000 - 04 in the subject line of your submission.
The US Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District, Regulatory Branch, is pleased to announce multiple entry- and journeyman-level interdisciplinary positions in the biology, ecology, environmental engineer, geography, and physical science fields!
The Corps of Engineers offers a work environment that promotes diversity, embraces change and innovation, and provides leadership opportunities to every team member. We are on a fast track to hire highly qualified candidates and are seeking motivated recent graduates to join our team in downtown Baltimore.
If you are looking for new challenges, meaningful work, and are passionate about public service and aquatic resource management, look no further...Just look us up online:
Regulatory Program: https://www.nab.usace.army.mil/Missions/Regulatory.aspx
Corps of Engineers: https://www.nab.usace.army.mil/
WHO CAN APPLY? To be eligible, applicants must be a current US Citizen and have graduated from a qualifying educational institution with a bachelors, masters, or doctorate degree within the previous two years (except for veterans precluded from doing so due to their military service obligation, who will have up to six years after degree completion to apply).
WHAT WILL YOU DO? Selectees hired as Regulatory Specialists will implement the Department of the Army Regulatory Permit Program. Duties for this position include implementation of the laws, regulations, and policies of the Department of the Army Regulatory Program, including Section 404 of the Clean Water Act and Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899.
Primary responsibilities are reviewing permit applications for work in waters of the U.S., including jurisdictional wetlands, coordinating with Federal/State resource agencies, addressing agency and public comments, identifying the practicable project alternative that minimizes impacts, and preparing decision documentation and permits for projects within Maryland, Washington, DC., and northern Virginia military bases. Fieldwork is required. Specialized on-the-job training will be provided.
Regulatory Program Goals:
• To protect the nation's aquatic environment, including wetlands.
• To provide the regulated public with fair and reasonable environmental decisions.
• To administration the Corps Regulatory Program as efficiently as possible.
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