Posted on Mar. 15, 2017
• Excellent Pay!
• Great Benefits!
• Bachelor's degree or equivalent from an accredited college or university, preferably in Physical Science, Engineering, Environmental Science, Natural Resources or related field
• Native American preference is observed
• Must possess a valid Texas driver’s license with a good driving record and must be insurable.
• 10 or more years of progressively responsible environmental control and program experience.
• Must have a strong understanding of the disciplines of public health, environment, math, and science.
• Must have experience with technical reports writing, grants writing, quality assurance documents, creating and managing budgets.
• Must have strong background in acceptable data collection techniques, data analysis, and research methods.
• Must have experience in environmental sampling and quality assurance and quality control procedures.
• Knowledge of applicable Federal laws and other regulations is required.
• The EPA Director is responsible for managing the staff and technicians in the EPA Department.
• The EPA Director is responsible for the development, implementation and administration of various environmental compliance programs and projects, including the provision for the safe handling, monitoring, and disposal of environmentally sensitive materials.
• Such methods include directing and participating in the programs and submitting grant proposals while ensuring department
goal requirements within time-periods and funding parameters, enhances existing program application, analyzes current procedures and suggests new processes and program revisions.
• The EPA Director prepares technical reports for review by the other departments or external agencies, assists with or personally makes technical presentations and performs professional cost and value analyses in conjunction with development of project or programs.
• The EPA Director may be required to manage hazardous material/waste operational activities.
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