Permit Section Manager
Organization: Hamilton County Recycling
|Job Id: 2536-56
Deadline to Apply:
May 11, 2021
250 William Howard Taft
Cincinnati, OH 45219
Full-time 80 Hours/Bi-weekly
- Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Engineering or Science which includes Engineering Technology, Physical
- Chemistry, Biological Sciences, and advanced mathematics or related field
- 8 years experience in the air quality field and/or equivalent combinations of education and experience which indicates a thorough knowledge of the Code of Federal Regulations, Ohio Administrative Code, Ohio Revised Code, complex manufacturing and production operations, inspection techniques, and advanced knowledge of management concepts
- Valid driver’s license issued by the state of residency
Job Duties (Summary):
- Manages the Permit Section of Environmental Services and provides oversight to agency Permit staff (i.e., supervises staff in performance of job duties and responsibilities assigns tasks; sets deadlines; evaluates performance; interviews job applicants and recommends hire; trains new employees; recommends discipline as needed; determines employee work schedules according to agency priorities, etc.); prepares long and short term budget analysis; counsels and directs staff regarding proper agency policies and procedures.
- Ensures compliance with state and federal contractual requirements for the permitting program; reviews and makes recommendations for state and federal contracts during negotiation periods; prepares detailed reports demonstrating compliance with state and federal contract requirements.
- Reviews and evaluates permit applications in coordination with other regulatory agencies to ensure compliance with state and federal Environmental Protection Agency regulations; prepares detailed emission calculations and studies; performs other related field work as required.
- Develops and maintains database applications; develops table structure, queries, reports and user interface in support of the agencies local fee program, complaint database, and other permit related database applications; provides applications training for the department; administers and maintains applicable state systems and database applications.
- Coordinate permit related settlement requirements with the Inspection and Compliance Section for enforcement actions.
- Promotes public awareness; serves as liaison between agency and other regulatory agencies, industrial managers, general public, federal, state and local government officials and news media.
- Participates in the development and modification of department policies and procedures; assists in preparing long-term projections and recommendations concerning the commitment of resources.