BA/BS Degree in science/technology/pre-engineering OR Minimum of 3 year(s) of experience in ambient air monitoring
- Ability to work alone or one on one with tribal professionals. Understand operation of and support provided by the Tribal Air Monitoring Support (TAMS) Center. Have knowledge of Federal Guidelines contained within Code of Federal Register (CFR) that apply to ambient air monitoring.
- Helpful knowledge/skills/certifications:
- Knowledge/expertise of performing audits both on Particulate Matter (PM) and gaseous air monitor is a plus
- Position requires extensive work directly/indirectly with tribes nationwide, hence, helpful to understand unique relationship between Tribes and Federal Government
- Knowledge/familiarity with EPA’s Tribal Authority Rule (TAR) promulgated in February 1998 and other EPA air quality rules as it pertains to Indian Country
- Experience required with Windows, Fax, Copying Machine, MS Word, MS Excel
- PowerPoint, Scanner
Management, maintenance and troubleshooting of ambient/indoor air samplers.
- Inventory/management of existing and future monitors 30%
- Maintenance/troubleshooting, and upkeep of monitors, follow the receiving/shipping guidelines as specified in the Standard Operating Guides (SOG) 45%
- Other Duties as assigned 25%
- Health Safety Training: Handling/working with ambient air monitors
- Health and Safety Considerations: in-house training provided, post selection
- Required Safety Gear: steel-toed shoes, hardhat
- Safety Gear Use: When moving heavy equipment from within the lab or preparing for shipping.