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EnviroMgmt_Specialist2-Analyst – Job Description

Application Document

POSITION SUMMARY:
The Environmental Management Specialist/Analyst leads the Tribal Response Program (TRP) including Brownfields
site management and marine oil spill preparedness, prevention, and response. The Environmental
Specialist/Analyst is responsible for coordinating property inventories and assessments, TRP public outreach,
collaboration with Oil Spill Response Organizations (OSRO), and development of the Tribal Vessels of Opportunity
and staff volunteer oil spill response programs. The Environmental Management Specialist/Analyst may also
perform Construction Stormwater General Permit site inspections. The incumbent is responsible for coordinating
on-the-ground TRP activities, program spending, grant management, and preparing technical reports and
presentations. The position is supervised by the Environmental Manager and supervises technicians or interns as
funding allows.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
• For Environmental Management Specialist 2:
o Bachelor’s degree with emphasis and college coursework in environmental, physical, natural sciences,
or other discipline appropriate to the position (Master’s degree IS DESIRED) AND
o 2 years of experience at the Specialist 1 level or comparable job experience, OR,
o Any combination of the above education and professional experience that provides 6 years of
comparable responsibility in project/program coordination, data collection, and data management to
acquire the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the work
• For Environmental Management Analyst (Specialist 3):
o Master’s degree with emphasis and college coursework in environmental, physical, natural sciences,
or other discipline appropriate to the position AND
o 2 years of experience at a Specialist 2 level or comparable job experience, OR,
o Any combination of the above education and professional experience that provides 6 years of
comparable responsibility project/program coordination, data collection, and data management to
acquire the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the work
• Ability to work in the field and from a boat during inclement weather as well as work in an office setting;
• Valid Washington State Driver’s License (or valid driver’s license from another state with the ability to
obtain WA license within 3 months),
• 40 hour Hazwoper certification (or ability to obtain within 6 months).
• Certified Erosion and Sediment Control Lead (CESCL) certification (or ability to obtain within 6 months)
• Washington State Boater Education certificate (or ability to obtain within 6 months)
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
● Knowledge of Brownfield Tribal Response Program, or other related hazardous waste cleanup programs;
● Experience in developing and managing oil spill response and training programs;
● Familiarity with hazardous materials regulations, handling, and disposal;
● Experience using a computer, spreadsheet programs, data entry, GIS applications, technical presentations, and
report writing;
● Ability to develop QAPP and follow data quality assurance/quality control procedures for environmental data
IS DESIRED.;
● Experience in development and management of projects, programs, grants and administration of related
contracts IS DESIRED.
● Supervisory experience of field technician(s) or similar staff IS DESIRED.
● Ability to maintain and safely operate ATVs, tractors, boats, trucks and trailers IS DESIRED.
● Experience in Weed Control and Integrated Pest Management, with equipment, materials, and procedures
used IS DESIRED;
● Pesticide applicator’s license IS DESIRED.
● Skill in small engine repair and maintenance IS DESIRED
● Department of Interior Motorboat Operators Certification Course (MOCC) or equivalent IS DESIRED.