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Position Details


Emergency Management Professional Support

ID: SCO-836 Location: Denver, CO Agency: EPA
Wage/Hr: $12.72 Hours/Week: 32 Minimum Age: 55

Duties:

Assist and support EPA Region 8's Emergency Management Branch

  • Provide technical editing skills to assist On-Scene Coordinators (OSCs) with drafting, reviewing, updating, filing and maintaining technical documents, including Action memoranda (Action Memos) and Pollution Reports (POLREPs). 45%
  • Assist the Emergency Management Branch with Outreach through written, photo, and video assignments. 10%
  • Assist OSCs and/or the Emergency Response Supervisor in tracking site activities (e.g., milestones, planned schedules, expended costs, work completed, etc.) and providing updates of same to various EPA personnel. 15%
  • Assist in maintaining R8 Emergency Management related website(s), including uploading Response, Removal, and/or cleanup related information to various EPAOSC and/or selected web destinations. 15%
  • Assist Emergency Management Branch in responding to information requests including the Freedom of Information Act, Headquarters' reporting requirements, and other internal Region 8 sources. 15%

Qualifications:

BA/BS Degree in Sciences (Chemistry, Biology, Environmental, Engineering, related fields. OR Minimum of 5 year(s) of experience in Superfund removal and emergency response

  • Strong computer software skills
  • Experience required with MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Fax, Copying Machine, Multiple Phone Lines, Scanner

Other:

  • Health and Safety training
  • Training will be provided for program specific nomenclature, software, report generation, website development/management, Incident Command System (ICS) and other topics peculiar to the Response program.
  • Overnight travel: Potentially 1-2 days per month on an infrequent basis.
  • Air travel anticipated: Potentially 1-2 days per month on an infrequent basis.
  • Rental cars: Potentially 1-2 days per month on an infrequent basis.
  • Health Safety Training: OSHA 1910.120 HAZWOPER Training
  • Health and Safety Considerations: Enrollee will be responsible for taking HAZWOPER training with reimbursement of training costs through NOWCC grant.
  • Walking undeveloped property, often in mountainous areas. Photo and video tasks will require visits to Superfund Removal sites where exposure may potentially occur.
  • Required Safety Gear: SEE Enrollee will be required (generally) to wear coveralls, gloves, hard hat, steel-toed shoes, and safety goggles/glasses. Cost of steel-toed shoes will be reimbursed through the grant (up to $300). All other safety gear will be provided by EPA.
  • Safety Gear Use: Walking undeveloped property, often in mountainous areas. Photo and video tasks will require visits to Superfund Removal sites where exposure may potentially occur.

NOWCC is committed to promoting equal opportunity and to an environment free from discrimination and harassment in any form administering Experienced Worker Programs under cooperative agreements with federal agencies. It is NOWCC’s policy to comply with all applicable laws that provide equal opportunity and to prohibit unlawful discrimination in enrolling participants in the federal programs.

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