Emeryville CA Emeryville, CA, USA
Jan 23, 2020
Description ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT AND POSITION Under general supervision of the Environmental Programs Supervisor, the incumbent independently performs professional level analytical and specialized work in the development, implementation and promotion of environmental programs and compliance within the Emeryville community; stays abreast of principles, developments, and legal and regulatory changes relative to sustainability and environmental programs; performs duties relating to the delivery and oversight of programs related to solid waste management, pollution prevention, stormwater management, climate mitigation, adaptation and resilience, greenhouse gas inventory and emissions, energy, and active transportation; and may provide oversight and work direction to program staff, consultants and volunteers assisting in the promotion and delivery of programs. Examples of Duties THE IDEAL CANDIDATE IS: Knowledgeable of the principles and industry practices of zero waste management, stormwater management, green building, energy efficiency, climate mitigation, adaptation and resilience, and active transportation. Knowledgeable of applicable local, county, state and federal laws and regulations relating to environmental programs. Knowledgeable of federal, state and regional funding sources. Knowledgeable of principles and practices of budget and grant development and administration. Knowledgeable of principles and practices of basic research including data gathering, analysis and statistical methods. Knowledgeable of research and analyze complex situations, compile and interpret data and statistics, understand and interpret laws and regulations; Knowledgeable of principles and practices of business correspondence and report writing, modern office procedures, computer equipment and business applications and problem solving. Knowledgeable of general marketing and outreach practices related to environmental programs. Able to research and analyze complex situations, compile and interpret data and statistics, understand and interpret laws and regulations. Able to prepare reports with recommendations. Able to understand and participate in the administration of a program budget. Able to problem solve and gain cooperation and support through discussion and persuasion. Able to exercise independent judgment in carrying out assignments within established guidelines. Able to communicate clearly, concisely and tactfully in both oral and written forms, accurately observe situations, document and report observations. Able to read and comprehend complex materials that may be technical in nature. Able to make mathematical calculations with accuracy. Able to establish priorities and meet critical deadlines. Able to interpret and apply local, state, and federal laws and regulations. Able to assign and review the work of assigned staff as required. Minimum Qualifications EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE This examination is open to persons who have a combination of education and experience that would reflect possession of the required knowledge, skills, and abilities for the position. A typical combination would include the following: A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in environmental science, planning, public administration, or related field PLUS Four years of progressively responsible experience in environmental programs, services and/or compliance. Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com !