REGULATORY AND COMPLIANCE ENGINEER/ARCHITECT II
|Department||MDE - Water and Science Administration (WSA)|
|Date Opened||4/5/2021 4:05:00 PM|
|Filing Deadline||4/26/2021 5:00:00 PM|
|Salary||$50,971 - $66,155w/potential growth $81,596/yr. State Salary Guidelines apply to State Employee|
|HR Analyst||Peggie Jefferson|
The Water and Science Administration is recruiting for a Regulatory and Compliance Engineer/Architect II in the Wastewater Permits Program/Industrial and General Permits Division. This is a position specific recruitment for the Maryland Department of the Environment. This recruitment will be used to fill current and future vacancies for this position/function only. The resulting cert list will be maintained for one year. Persons interested in future vacancies within this classification must re-apply.
LOCATION OF POSITION
Maryland Department of the Environment
Water and Science Administration
Wastewater Permits Program/Industrial and General Permits Division
1800 Washington Blvd
Baltimore, MD 21230
Main Purpose of Job
The Regulatory and Compliance Engineer/Architect II performs the technical and project management pieces in the processing of industrial discharge permit applications. This includes processing individual permits, master general permits and registration under general permits. Processing these permits and registrations is one of the key ways that the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) executes its mission to protect and restore the quality of Maryland's water resources while fostering smart growth, economic development, healthy and safe communities, and quality environmental education for the benefit of the environment, public health, and future generations.These permits and registrations are combined federal and State authorizations, for facilities needing to discharge industrial wastewater or stormwater in the State of Maryland.
Processing of individual and master general permits involves, the development, and writing of many documents including, but not limited to, the permit, fact sheet and public notices. It includes developing permits that comply with many different requirements, including, but not limited to total maximum daily loads, technology standards, and water quality standards. The job also requires that the incumbent be able to manage and coordinate the associated review and administrative aspects of the permit issuance process. These parts of the job include, but are not limited to, preparing written responses to comments, preparing project files for judicial review, meeting with applicants on permit conditions, meeting with interested parties, coordinating with administrative staff and participating in public meetings.
The position is also responsible for technical review of applications (NOls) for coverage (registration) under industrial general discharge permits. This may also include, but is not limited to, reviewing requests for modifications based on benchmark monitoring and for evaluating restoration of impervious surfaces.
Working conditions of the position include:
Work involves infrequent exposure to uncomfortable or unpleasant surroundings. Site visits might include a review of treatment areas where smells or sights may be unpleasant.
Work involves special physical demands such as climbing ladders to visibly inspect an Outfall or pollution control device.
Work requires the use of personal protective equipment. When conducting site visits, required equipment may include steel-toe shoes, safety goggles, and hard hat.
This position requires the incumbent to drive a State vehicle. If you maintain an out-of-state driving license, you must provide a certified copy of your driving record for the appropriate Motor Vehicle Administration at time of appointment. Individuals must maintain a driver's license with no more than 5 points on their driving record in order to drive a State vehicle.
Education: A Bachelor's degree in engineering or architecture from an accredited college or university.
Experience: One year of engineering or architectural experience in pollution control, waste remediation, resource conservation, environmental protection, or public health and safety to ensure regulatory compliance with engineering or architectural standards, practices, principles and methods.
1. Candidates may substitute the possession of a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with at least 20 credit hours in engineering and two years performing engineering or architectural work in pollution control, waste, resource conservation, environmental protection, public health and safety, or related areas for the required education.
2. Candidates may substitute the possession of a Master’s degree in engineering or architecture from an accredited college or university for the required experience.
3. Candidates may substitute the possession of a current Professional Engineer or Professional Architect registration in the State of Maryland or in a state with comparable requirements for the required education and experience.
4. Candidates may substitute U.S. Armed Forces military Service experience as a commissioned officer in Engineering and Architecture classifications or Engineering and Architecture specialty codes in the Environmental field of work on a year-for-year basis for the required experience and education.
DESIRED OR PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
It is preferred that the selected candidate has the following:
LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS
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