Incumbents apply professional knowledge of environmental standards and principles to regulatory compliance programs, research projects, staff deployment and development. Incumbents are increasingly responsible for the development and implementation of a wide variety of environmental research and monitoring programs, preparation of reports required under regulatory permits, presentations, coordinating, reviewing, and reporting environmental quality compliance, restoration, and species monitoring information to state and federal agencies, and/or assisting with regulatory issues, requiring independent judgment and staff supervision. The Principal Environmental Specialist uses independent judgment and advanced professional knowledge of environmental standards and principles on projects and programs and has the responsibility of supervising Senior Environmental Specialists and Environmental Specialists. The Principal Environmental Specialist, Habitat Restoration Manager is supervised by the Natural Resource Director. Performs other duties of a similar nature or level as assigned.
In addition to the duties described above, the incumbent manages, implements, and oversees all components of multiple higher priority projects and programs including regulatory compliance and endangered species monitoring programs assigned; coordinates with outside agencies, District departments, and partnering agencies to ensure environmental compliance with all regulatory permits and mandates are satisfied; responds to public and agency inquires, incoming requests for data files and analyses, and handles calls from the public.
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Starts: October 18, 2022 0:00am
Ends: November 04, 2022 0:00am