|WASTEWATER COMPLIANCE PRG MGR|
|Middle Management/Professional/NM AD|
|Performs administrative and supervisory work in the Wastewater Division. The employee assigned to this classification is responsible for the management of City surcharge, revenue meter, credit meter, and oil and grease management programs. This position manages compliance inspections to ensure that federal, state and local regulations are met and supervises the work of staff engaged in collecting wastewater samples. Work is performed under the general direction of the Wastewater Assistant Division manager and work is reviewed through conferences, reports submitted, and results obtained.|
|Manages the City of Orlando's Surcharge, Revenue Meter, Credit Meter, and Oil and Grease Management Programs.
Supervises plans, organizes, coordinates, the work of staff engaged in collecting wastewater samples, inspecting, and enforcing environmental protection laws concerning wastewater. Ensure that the inspection work is done properly regarding all illicit discharges of the sanitary sewer system.
Manages compliance inspections to ensure that federal, state and local regulations are met, which include, City Code Chapter 30 Oil and Grease compliance monitoring, E.P.A. 106 Work Plan, wastewater treatment plant permit renewals and Clean Water Act.
Works closely with the Water Reclamation Facility Managers and the Environmental Control Manager to ensure that all facility compliance reports (DMR's, annual biosolids reports, nutrient management plans, annual reclaimed water analysis and usage reports, sierra title three reports, IWPP local limits compliance monitoring and annual report etc.) are submitted on a timely basis.
Coordinates all responses to EPA, FDEP and local authorities for any non compliance letters that are received throughout the Division.
Manages the permit renewal process for all Water Reclamation Facilities and all on-site Stormwater monitoring and compliance.
Maintains detailed records of all sanitary sewer overflows and field investigation data; analyzes data to determine if a violation of applicable City, State or Federal regulations has occurred; enters data into computer database.
Conducts research to identify better ways of grease prevention, especially associated with residential users of the collection system. Provide public awareness information about grease prevention and sanitary sewer overflows through public presentations.
Prepares periodic and special technical reports and documents; ensure data and reports are accurate, complete and in compliance with regulations; review reports, records and field data to make sure it is entered correctly in specialized systems such as Linko, CMMS, or spreadsheets and database such as Excel and Access; respond to inquiries and audits.
Stays abreast of current and emerging environmental regulations and policies related to wastewater point and non-point source pollution, erosion, and water quality functions; monitor impacts and inform management of issues; provide consultation, make recommendations, and assist with implementation of policies and procedures.
Assist with special projects, review plans, confer with managerial, professional, technical, consultant staff, and others to resolve problems and coordinate activities.
Perform a variety of administrative duties including records maintenance, budget projection and preparation for section; respond to complaints and resolve problems; attend meetings or conferences and represent the Division and the City of Orlando in a professional manner.
|Knowledge of chemistry, biology, and microbiology as applied in wastewater treatment, industrial inspection, and environment.
Comprehensive knowledge of federal, state, and local environmental protection laws, regulations, and precedents concerning wastewater illicit discharges, erosion and sedimentation control, and related water quality such as EPA's Clean Water Act, NPDES, FDEP Standard Operating Procedures for Field Activities and applicable Florida Administrative Codes.
Knowledge of techniques and methods of field sampling, testing, and related equipment and tools, and occupational safety precautions.
Knowledge of the principles and procedures of personnel management and supervision.
Knowledge of principles and techniques of supervision, training, and performance evaluation.
Knowledge of principles of budget preparation and administration.
Knowledge of computer software including specialized software such as Linko, CMMS, Access, Excel, and Word.
Skill to operate computer equipment, software and office equipment.
Strong oral and written communication skills, including public speaking skills.
Ability to read, analyze, and interpret technical data, reports, and regulations as well as prepare technical reports.
Ability to resolve complex technical and administrative problems and make sound decisions.
Ability to coordinate work efforts with other employees.
Ability to present ideas and findings clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with business representatives, legal staff, governmental agencies, commissioners, department heads, managers, employees, and the public.
Ability to work in adverse weather conditions.
Ability to work in noxious fumes, chemicals, insects, height and confided areas, and excessive noise.
Ability to sit, stand, walk, bend, stoop, reach overhead, kneel, squat, climb, and lift up to 50 plus lbs.
Ability to drive safely.
|Associate's Degree with major course work in chemistry, biology, environmental science, environmental engineering or related field and five (5) year of responsible experience in wastewater, solid waste, hazardous waste, or Inspector including water sampling, analysis, or enforcement of wastewater and water quality environmental law; including two (2) years preferably in Oil and Grease Management and some supervisory experience.
Or; seven (7) years combined experience in wastewater treatment operations, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience in the wastewater field, with two (2) years preferably in Oil and Grease Management and some supervisory experience.
Certifications and Licenses:
Florida Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator Level "C", Florida Industrial Pretreatment Level "A" Certificate and Florida Stormwater Management Inspector Certificate required.
Valid Florida Driver's License required.