The District of Columbia Department of Energy and Environment Air Quality Planning Branch is hiring at the next District of Columbia Hiring Fair (Hiring Event) Registration is open through Monday, December 5th at 7:30 pm (Registration Form)

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Senior Air Quality Planner (Environmental Protection Specialist GS12)
This position will be primarily supporting development of regulations that impact air quality, documents, and analyses necessary to demonstrate approaches to reducing air pollution, State Implementation Plans (SIPs) necessary for Clean Air Act compliance, and of emissions inventories. The incumbent will participate in regional groups to present the District’s work in reducing air pollution and to bring back best practices. Knowledge of or ability to learn air quality regulations and policies, as well as of software used in emissions analysis (e.g., MOVES, r, Access, SQL), is needed.

Vehicle Inspection and Maintenance Program Lead (Environmental Protection Specialist GS12)
This position will be primarily supporting oversight of the District’s I/M program, specifically completing federal reports, conducting, and overseeing audits, and implementing new oversight programs. The position is also the lead on mobile source program planning and participates in regional mobile source collaboratives. Knowledge of vehicles and their emission controls and air quality regulations in general is needed and the District’s contracting process is preferred as well.

Grants and Outreach Specialist (Policy Analyst GS12)
This position will be supporting AQD primarily in areas of analysis of applying for and managing grants and other funding opportunities (e.g., Volkswagen Settlement funds). The incumbent will also as conduct and overseeing community outreach, specifically AQD’s “Clearing the Air” series and other branded events. Knowledge of managing grants is needed and in the District government is preferred. The ability to clearly communicate with stakeholders is also needed.