Position Details


Public Water System Unit Technical Support

ID: SCO-826 Location: Denver Program: SEE
Wage/Hr: $12.72 Hours/Week: 40 Minimum Age: 55

Qualifications:

BA/BS Degree in Business administration, computer science, human resources, administrative OR Minimum of 5 year(s) of experience in Business administration, computer science, human resources, administrative

  • Must work well with others in team oriented atmosphere, has good attention to detail.
  • Experience required with MS Word, Excel

Duties:

Assist in the direct implementation of the Public Water System (PWS) Program in Wyoming and Tribal lands as required under the Safe Drinking Water Act. Responsibilities include helping to maintain an electronic record-keeping system for all drinking water records; evaluating and updating information about regulated public water systems in the drinking water database; proofreading, editing and preparing correspondence for mailing; and performing special projects as requested.

  • Maintain the electronic record keeping system for Wyoming and Region 8 Tribal public water systems; review information for accuracy and ensure corrections are made; manage the movement of documents from the staging area to the permanent records locations; assist staff in understanding and adhering to the records protocols; recommend procedures to improve effectiveness of the database. 20%
  • Provide regulatory support for the water system inventory, including researching agency policies, identifying changes in water system information, confirming information with external entities and updating the information in the program's database. 35%
  • Provide technical support for sanitary surveys and other special projects, including compiling relevant reports for specific water systems, preparing documents for field activities and initiating projects related to EPA's quality programs for field activities. 15%
  • Develop strategies for managing the Units' correspondence in an efficient manner. Prepare mailings and recommend efficiencies in the Unit correspondence protocol. Perform proofreading and editing of major documents and conduct general clerical support such as distribution of incoming mail and assisting in the coordination of the program's mass mailing activities. 30%

Other:

  • Training on new office equipment or document-formatting requirements.