Salary: $29.96 – $36.41 Hourly
The purpose of this position is to serve as lead and monitor and perform a variety of work activities associated with environmental management practices; to review and provide technical expertise to County personnel involved in work activities that impact the environment to ensure County compliance with applicable Federal, State and local regulations and requirements relative to instream, riparian, wetland construction work, construction and maintenance of the County’s Transportation system; to provide policy coordination within the County on endangered species and other related environmental issues; to acquire and ensure compliance with all necessary environmental and land use permitting requirements.
Any combination of training and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be a Bachelor of Science degree in environmental or earth science, botany, horticulture, biology, environmental or civil engineering or related field, and two years experience working in a related field; or college level course work in environmental or earth science, botany, horticulture, biology, environmental or civil engineering, and four years of increasingly responsible experience working successfully with and applying State and Federal environmental policies, regulations and programs.
Possession of, or the ability to obtain, a wetland delineation certification through the US Army Corps of Engineers, or approved equivalent, within one year of hire.
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