The Bay Area Air Quality Management District (District) is a regional government agency. The District's statutory mandate is to regulate stationary sources of air emissions. The District accomplishes this goal through regulation of industrial facilities and conducts various outreach and incentive programs designed to encourage clean air choices.
The District's jurisdiction encompasses all of seven counties - Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara and Napa, and portions of two others - southwestern Solano and southern Sonoma.
The District is recruiting for the position of Manager. There are two (2) vacancies. One position reports to the Planning & Climate Protection Division, and one position reports to the Assessment, Inventory & Modeling Division. These are full-time, exempt, management positions.
Air Quality Engineering Manager (Assessment, Inventory & Modeling Division)
Under administrative direction, the position manages the Emissions and Community Exposure Assessment Section in the Division. The manager is responsible for: maintaining a positive work environment within the Section to promote a culture of excellence; developing, evaluating, and reporting estimates of air pollution emissions from both stationary and mobile sources, including air pollutants with direct health impacts and climate-forcing pollutants; with support from others in the Division, developing, evaluating, and reporting modeling-based assessments of community-scale exposure and health impacts from air pollution; interacting with the Board of Directors, Advisory Council, and Air District management and staff on emissions inventories and exposure assessments; and performs related work as assigned.
Air Quality Planning Manager (Planning & Climate Protection Division) Under administrative direction, the position manages the Planning Section in the Division. The manager is responsible for: preparing and implementing local community health plans pursuant to AB 617; preparing and implementing regional air quality plans pursuant to state and federal laws and regulations; developing programs to reduce the impact of motor vehicles, transportation systems and development projects on air quality; supervising Air District activities to implement the California Environmental Quality Act; working with local governments and state and federal agencies on air quality, land use and transportation plans and programs; interacting with the Board of Directors, Advisory Council and Air District management and staff on air quality and transportation planning; and performing related work as assigned.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES FOR THIS POSITION:
Develops and implements goals, objectives, policies, procedures, and work standards for the assigned programs.
Directs, organizes, assigns, reviews, and evaluates the work of assigned staff; selects and trains staff and provides for their professional development.
Directs the preparation, maintenance, verification, and reconciliation of a wide variety of reports.
Develops, reviews, and recommends improved methods and procedures.
Directs the maintenance of and maintains accurate records; prepares clear and concise reports, correspondence and other written materials.
Analyzes technical issues, prepares and presents reports and recommendations regarding operational and policy issues to the Board, various committees, and other groups.
Analyzes and reviews local, state, and federal legislation to determine its impact on the District.
Responds to requests for public information regarding the District's policies, procedures and operations.
Represents the District and assists the Director/Officer as assigned.
Education and Experience:
A typical way to obtain the knowledge and skills is:
Air Quality Engineering Manager (Assessment, Inventory & Modeling Division) Equivalent to graduation from a four (4) year college or university with major coursework in environmental, chemical, or petroleum engineering or a closely related field; and four (4) years of professional engineering work experience, of which at least two (2) years were at a supervisory level.
Air Quality Planning Manager (Planning & Climate Protection Division) Equivalent to graduation from a four (4) year college or university with major coursework in regional, urban, transportation or environmental planning or closely related field; and four (4) years of professional planning work experience, of which at least two (2) years were at a supervisory level.
HOW TO APPLY: Interested individuals must submit a completed BAAQMD application, chronological resume, and responses to the supplemental questions no later than 5:00 p.m. on Friday, March 8, 2019 . Applications are also accepted online. Please visit our website at www.baaqmd.gov/jobs to apply or to download an application. Resumes must be included, and not in lieu of the required application materials. Postmarks, faxes, and E-mailed applications will not be accepted.
Except as requested in this announcement, do not include any additional documents, such as letters of recommendation, performance evaluations, work samples, etc. They will not be considered or returned.
Additional Salary Information: Plus management benefits
About Bay Area Air Quality Management District
The Bay Area Air Quality Management District (District) is a regional government agency, committed to achieving clean air to protect the public's health, the environment and the global climate. The District accomplishes this goal through regulation of industrial facilities, regional planning efforts and various outreach and incentive programs designed to encourage clean air choices.