Under general direction, supervises, oversees, and manages the activities and personnel of a section within a division; provides technical assistance to the division manager; and performs other related duties as required.
The duties listed below are examples of the work typically performed by employees in this class. An employee may not be assigned all duties listed and may be assigned duties which are not listed below. 1. Plans, supervises, and participates in the development, implementation and evaluation of multiple program activities, strategies, goals and objectives of a District work section. Programs supervised may include emission reduction credit, emission inventory; technical services including air monitoring, stationary source permitting, toxic hot spots, Title V federal operating permits; Title III federal toxics; stationary source field operations and asbestos. 2. Hires, trains, supervises, and evaluates assigned staff; oversees assignment of duties. 3. Coordinates section's technical activities to ensure consistency with state, federal and local requirements, and with other programs. 4. Plans, recommends and implements policies and procedures related to section's programs and activities; develops new procedures and practices to increase operational efficiency such as expedited permitting and application in-take. 5. Represents the District in hearings, in court proceedings, to the media, and before other public and private groups; responds to difficult inquiries and complaints. 6. Prepares the annual section budget and monitors expenditures; develops, prepares, monitors, and administers grants, contracts, and sources of revenue. Directs acquisition of equipment and supplies for section; recommends and justifies expenditures. 7. Develops and prepares a variety of position papers, articles, reports, memos, correspondence and other documents. 8. Participates as a member of, or technical advisor to, various public and private committees, boards, industries and organizations concerned with air quality management.
Education and Experience: Completion of a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in a related engineering specialty, and environmental science, industrial technology or a field related to the work of the section and five years of full-time experience in a major air quality program including at least one year of supervisory experience. Knowledge of (as it relates to the specific position): Principles and practices of personnel management and
supervision; practices of fiscal management and budget administration; current federal, state, and local air quality laws, rules and regulations; relationship of federal and state air quality management programs to local government programs; principles and methods of engineering; principles, methods, practices, and equipment used to determine, analyze, evaluate, and control sources of air contamination; recent developments and sources of information on air quality engineering and monitoring; principles and methods of industrial processes related to air quality management; principles, methods, practices and equipment used to determine, analyze, evaluate, and control sources of air contamination; principles and techniques of enforcement and rule development practices related to air quality management. Ability to: Plan, organize, and evaluate air quality services, programs and operations; develop, implement and monitor policies, procedures and standards for the section; select, train, supervise and evaluate professional and technical staff; coordinate section functions with industry, government, the media, and the public; develop, coordinate and enforce District rules, regulations, plans, policies, and strategies; analyze and make recommendations on difficult air quality management problems; establish and maintain working relationships with federal and state agency representatives, and staff; administer program budgets, contracts, and grants; represent the District before various groups; understand, interpret, apply, and enforce federal, state, and local laws, rules, and regulations pertinent to air quality management; analyze and evaluate complex engineering, scientific and technical data; prepare, review and present complex and comprehensive reports and recommendations orally and in writing to specialists and non-specialists.
Additional Salary Information: CalPERS benefits
About Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District
ABOUT THE DISTRICT
The Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District (District) works with local, state and federal government agencies, the business community, and private citizens to achieve and maintain healthy air quality for Sacramento County. The District has a solid financial base and a stable and effective staff. There are four divisions:
Administrative Services — provides the full range of administrative support and fiscal oversight of District programs including budget, accounting, information technology, human resources, asset management and procurement.
COLUMS — is responsible for communications, transportation and land use review, and mobile sources vehicle and engine technology review and development.
Program Coordination — is responsible for coordinating all clean air planning duties which includes planning and emissions inventory; technical services which includes air monitoring, and emission reduction credit bank, and rule development.
Stationary Sources — processes permits, and ensures compliance with District rules, regulations and permit conditions.
The District is governed by a fourteen-member Board of Directors comprised of the member...s of the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors, four members of the Sacramento City Council, and one member representing the cities of Folsom, Rancho Cordova, Elk Grove, Citrus Heights and Isleton/Galt.