BA/BS Degree in Chemistry/Engineering/Environmental Sciences or related OR may substitute experience for education. OR Minimum of 5 year(s) of experience in Emergency Response/Environmental Sciences/Public Relations/Engineering or related experience. Previously completed training in Firefighting-hazardous materials
- Knowledge of chemistry, hazardous materials, technology, strong organizational, analytical and interpersonal skills. Must be outgoing and confident to speak with private citizens, local, state and federal personnel over the phone.
- Experience required with Windows, Typewriter, Copying Machine, Multiple Phone Lines, MS Word, MS Excel
- PowerPoint, Lotus Notes, scanner, TV Receivers and Monitors, Wireless and Satellite phones, VHF/UHF Radios, Web EOC, internet cloud database applications, GIS viewing systems
Answer Region 9 Emergency Response Spill telephone line at EPA's Emergency Operations Center (EOC) from the hours of 8 AM to 5 PM Monday through Friday, Excluding federal and company holidays.
- Answer spill line phone calls between 8AM-5PM Monday through Friday
Receive spill report information and enter information into the Spill Notification database
Conduct follow-up on spill reports to collect additional information from state, county, local and private citizens as to the nature of the release and response actions being taken to mitigate the spill/release
Maintain Spill Phone Notification Database
Forward spill reports to internal contacts via distribution lists
Provide spill notification and response action information to on-call OSC Duty Officers (2)
Maintain internal spill phone notification and emergency contact lists
Maintain WEB EOC and Lotus Notes Spill Notification Report Databases
Maintain Region 9 OSC Telephone Handbook
Operate Multi-media systems to display GIS information
- Use of Agency proprietary systems like Web EOC, GeoViewer and "Cloud" database systems