The additional position is an Environmental Engineer 2. This person responds to internal and external requests for technical assistance related to erosion, sediment and storm water control practices. Reviews storm water pollution prevention plans and applications related to construction and municipal separate storm sewer system general permits and recommends actions to be taken (e.g., approval, disapproval or more information required) to comply with state & federal standards. Ensures compliance with program policies and regulations. Reviews technical documents and engineering reports related to impacts to surface water resources and development sites. Performs investigations and evaluations of construction sites, storm water facilities and streams. Consults with local officials, engineers, construction site owners and operators, and the public. Prepares recommendations, written reports and correspondence. Assists in development of new standards and specifications for best management practices. Develops procedures, guidance, and fact sheets. Provides training and presentations for Agency personnel, regulated community and others related to storm water permits, best management practices, plans and implementation. Prepares and submits factsheets, guidance and reports. Attends meetings, seminars and keeps current on technical developments. The final filing date for this position is April 30, 2019. Apply here.


The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality is seeking to fill a position as The Water Quality Regional Manager. The selected candidate will manage two of the Region’s environmental programs related to water quality: NPDES and WPCF permitting.  The position oversees the work of seven staff who are a mix of permit writers, inspectors, engineers, and administrative staff.  The manager ensures that program deliverables are met related to inspections, permit issuance and other critical regional implementation work. The manager also participates with other water quality program managers in identifying program and policy priorities, managing the program budget, and determining the best way to implement the Water Quality Permit program.  This position also serves as the Pendleton office manager ensuring that the office runs in an efficient and effective manner.  The manager also serves on the Eastern Region Management team ensuring cross media issues are taken into consideration in the course of their work. The final filing date for this position is May 13, 2019. Apply here.


The Washington Department of Ecology has a new position open for Water Quality Standards Project Manager (Environmental Planner 3). Apply here.

Be sure to check out other opportunities on ACWA’s jobs page.