This position is located in the Environmental Services Administration (ESA) of the Department of Energy and Environment. ESA’s core function is to protect public health and the environment by regulating and ensuring compliance with applicable laws related to air quality, hazardous waste, and underground storage of petroleum products, lead, and pesticides. ESA achieves its objectives by initiating effective and innovative measures and programs; partnering collaboratively with key community stakeholders; writing rules; issuing permits; inspecting entities subject to the various laws and regulations; providing compliance assistance; and, as needed, taking enforcement actions.

Job Summary: This position is located in the Environmental Services Administration (ESA) of the Department of Energy and Environment. ESA’s core function is to protect public health and the environment by regulating and ensuring compliance with applicable laws related to air quality, hazardous waste, and underground storage of petroleum products, lead, and pesticides. ESA achieves its objectives by initiating effective and innovative measures and programs; partnering collaboratively with key community stakeholders; writing rules; issuing permits; inspecting entities subject to the various laws and regulations; providing compliance assistance; and, as needed, taking enforcement actions.

Duties and Responsibilities: The incumbent will be responsible for work in one or more of the following environmental programs: Underground Storage Tank Management; Hazardous and Solid Waste Management; Water Quality Protection; Air Quality Protection; Hazardous Materials, including Indoor Air Quality, Lead Hazard Control, Pesticides, and Asbestos; Erosion, Sedimentation, Storm Water, and Flood Control; Non-point Source Water Pollution Control and Watershed / Habitat Restoration; Contaminated Site Programs; Environmental Plan Review and Environmental and Fisheries and Wildlife Resources Education and Outreach.

Design, deployment, and operation and maintenance of ambient air monitoring networks in DC as required by the federal Clean Air Act. Coordinate and carryout the network operations such as 1) calibrations, 2) precision and span checks, and 3) independent audits of monitoring instruments/systems. Installation, setup, preventative maintenance and repairs of air monitoring instruments/analyzers, shelters and support structures; duties may involve installation and removal of shelters and enclosures, painting, replacement of damaged parts etc., as needed. Installation, setup and maintenance of air quality data acquisition systems for real-time retrieval of data from ambient monitoring network samplers/analyzers; duties involve setup of communication devices and data-loggers at field stations. Installation, setup and maintenance of ambient air quality database management system such as Agilaire AirVision© for the District’s air monitoring network.

The successful candidate in this position will serve as project lead for DC’s special purpose monitoring such as national air toxics trends stations (NATTS) and PM2.5 chemical speciation network (CSN). Assist with web content for interactive data tables and visualizations for ambient air quality data. Assist in developing grant applications, project agreements, and memoranda of understanding, and ensure that the grant or agreement conditions are followed. Prepare annual work plan, and quarterly, mid-year, and annual reports. The employee will perform other duties as assigned.

Position details: https://careers.dc.gov/psc/erecruit/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB_FL&Action=U