|STORMWATER COMPLIANCE PRG MGR|
|Middle Management/Professional/NM AD|
|Plans, organizes, supervises, and evaluates technical staff performing sampling, inspection, and enforcement work to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local regulations concerning stormwater, water quality, illicit discharges, and performs other related work.|
|Plans, organizes, coordinates, assigns, and supervises staff engaged in collecting water samples, inspecting, and enforcing environmental protection laws concerning stormwater, in order to protect and preserve lakes, ponds, watershed basins, and other facilities; plans overall work and assigns projects based on difficulties and requirements; sets priorities as required; assists and advises subordinates both in technical and administrative matters.
Prepares performance standards and evaluates work performance of subordinates; counsels employees regarding meeting performance requirements; recommends awards, training and disciplinary actions.
Ensures that the inspection work is done properly regarding all illicit discharges, including the control of erosion and sedimentation; assists with difficult or special investigations concerning enforcement of stormwater and related water quality standards; provides assistance and guidance in handling difficult problems and resolution in order to achieve compliance.
Prepares periodic and special technical reports and documents; performs special studies and prepares a variety of calculations; ensures data and reports are accurate, complete and in compliance with regulations; reviews reports, records and field data is entered correctly in specialized systems such as STORET or spreadsheets and database such as Excel and Access; responds to inquiries and audits.
Stays abreast of current and emerging environmental regulations and policies related to stormwater, point and non-point source pollution, erosion, and water quality functions; monitors impact and informs management of issues; provides consultation, makes recommendations, and assists with implementation of policies and procedures.
Assists with special projects, reviews plans, confers with managerial, professionals, technical, consultants, and others to resolve problems and coordinate activities.
Performs a variety of administrative duties including records maintenance, budget projection and preparation for section; responds to complaints and resolves problems; attends meetings or conferences and represents the Department and City of Orlando in a professional manner.
|Comprehensive knowledge of federal, state, and local environmental protection laws, regulations, and precedents concerning stormwater, illicit discharges, erosion and sedimentation control, and related water quality such as EPA's Clean Water Act, NPDES, Impaired Surface Water Rule, TMDL, BMAP, 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.
Working knowledge of chemistry, biology, hydrology, and other related environmental science including stormwater, water quality, soil erosion and sedimentation control.
Knowledge of the principles and procedures of personnel management and supervision.
Knowledge of computer software including specialized software such as STORET, Access, Excel, and Word.
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 establish and maintain effective working relationships with department heads, managers, employees, commissioners, and the public
|Bachelor's degree in biology, chemistry, environmental science, or other related science field, and two years experience performing work similar to the City of Orlando Senior Environmental Specialist or Inspector including water sampling, analysis, or enforcement of stormwater and water quality environmental law, and must include a year in a lead or supervisory capacity. Additional experience may substitute for up to two years of education.
Possession of appropriate FDEP Field Sampling Training Certificate and Stormwater, Erosion, and Sedimentation Control certificate or equivalent certification.
Possession of a valid Florida driver's license.