BA/BS Degree in engineering or scientist OR Minimum of 15 year(s) of experience in Chemical safety and processing; Previously completed training in Safety Management
- Strong writing and organizational skills
- Experience required with Copying Machine, Multiple Phone Lines, MS Word, MS Excel
- Digital camera
Participates in the implementaion of the Chemical Emergency Preparedness & Prevention Program under the Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act and Chemical Accident Prevention activities under Section 112 (r) of the Clean Air Act.
- Conducts enforcement inspections under EPCRA and CAA 112(r) 30%
- Provides enforcement case development support (such as preparing documents on factual matters; preparing drafts enforcement documents (e.g. memos, letters) for review and editing by agency staff; collect and summarizes records (such as Secretary of State and Registry of Deed filings) and maintaining tickler filing for deliverables. 60%
- Provides technical assistance and outreach for EPCRA and CAA 112(r) program 10%
- Annual Safety Training
- EPCRA and CAA 112(r)
- Overnight travel: 25 days per year
- Air travel anticipated: 3 trips per year
- Rental cars: 15 days per year
- Health Safety Training: Health and Safety requirements for employees engaged in field work.
- Health and Safety Considerations: This training will be provided by EPA
- Inspections activities may include significant walking, standing and climbing of stairs and ladders.
- Exposures of industrial contaminants is expected to be similar to on-site workers.
- Required Safety Gear: Steel toed shoes, hard hat and safety glasses
- Safety Gear Use: During enforcement inspections