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The Air Pollution Division of the Environmental Management Agency is seeking the next Air Pollution Control Specialist I/II to join their team.

Job Number:1049
Job Category:Env. HealthJob
Type:Full-Time
Department:Air Pollution
Published:04/24/2017

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COMPENSATION-BENEFITS-STATUS

SALARY: I: $20.45 - $24.85  II: $24.85 - $30.20

RANGE: 7750 /7751

UNIT: SEIU

FLSA: Non- Exempt

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County of Calaveras is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

POSITION SUMMARY

The Air Pollution Division of the Environmental Management Agency is seeking the next Air Pollution Control Specialist I/II to join their team. The incumbent in this position will, under general direction of the Air Pollution Control Officer, perform a variety of routine and moderately complex compliance inspections, implement the stationary source and open burning program, conducts impact analyses, air pollution detection, and air quality monitoring activities pertaining to specific local, state and federal air pollution regulations; grant management and to do related work as required. The ideal candidate shall possess a valid Visible Emissions Evaluation (VEE) certification and an International Code Council California Underground Storage Tank (UST) Inspector certification.

The hours for this full time position are Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 5:00 pm. This position comes with a comprehensive benefits package, that includes county contributions for medical, vision and dental insurance for the employee and dependents, a $50,000 county paid life insurance policy, two weeks paid vacation starting, a CalPERS pension, a deferred compensation account with a monthly county match and many other attractive features and voluntary products.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS:

Air Pollution Control Specialist I

This is the entry-level technical class in the Air Pollution Control Specialist series.  Initially under close supervision, incumbents perform a limited variety of inspection, detection, monitoring and analytical duties as they gain knowledge and expertise.  As knowledge and experience are gained, the work becomes broader in scope; assignments are more varied and are performed under more general supervision.  Incumbents normally advance to the higher level after gaining experience and achieving proficiency which meet the requirements for the higher level.

Air Pollution Control Specialist II

This is the journey-level class in the Air Pollution Control Specialist series. Independently perform a variety of technical duties in inspection, data collection and enforcement of federal, state and local laws, codes and regulations related to air pollution control, as well as, meteorological data analysis and related transportation/air quality program studies.  This classification is distinguished from the class of Air Pollution Control Specialist I by the independence exercised and the performance of more complex studies.

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