ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY PROGRAMS SPECIALIST II
Bachelor of Science Degree in the physical sciences, natural sciences, environmental science, geology, biology, agronomy, civil engineering, environmental engineering or a related field consistent with the duties of the position, including soil science, chemistry, geology, hydrology, limnology, biology, statistics, technical writing, resource planning and computer programming field AND one year of fulltime professional experience in a related field, consistent with the duties of the position.
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY PROGRAMS SPECIALIST I
Educational - Same requirements as Environmental Quality Programs Specialist II
Experience - No years of experience
Other Requirements: Valid driver's license or the ability to provide independent transportation; Minimum travel; ability to lift 35 pounds; able to climb, bend, stoop; able to work in outdoor temperature extremes; Able to walk on muddy, icy, uneven terrains and steep slopes to accomplish tasks; regular and reliable attendance required;
Preferred: Thorough knowledge of principles and practices of air quality management, and state and federal air pollution control rules and regulations; Excellent skills in written and oral communication, and in making decisions based on analytical judgment; Experience writing technical reports;