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Environmental Analyst (Technical Associate)
Lake Champlain Basin Program
Grand Isle, VT

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) is seeking candidates for an Environmental Analyst (Technical Associate) to join the Lake Champlain Basin Program (LCBP) team to work with our Vermont, New York, and Quebec partners. The incumbent will assist in facilitating research and implementation projects that address challenges facing water resources in the Lake Champlain Basin. Will develop and execute tasks that support projects addressing nutrient reduction, flood resilience, aquatic invasive species, and stormwater management issues. The Technical Associate will manage grants, assist with the development of request for proposals for technical projects, and support the LCBP grant review process. Will prepare technical data and interpretation for use on the LCBP website and support maintenance of the site.

Organized individuals with knowledge of or experience with Lake Champlain Basin resource issues a must. Computer skills including geographic information systems and spreadsheet and data analysis software required. The successful candidate will have a proven ability to establish effective working relationships within diverse groups and the ability to exercise considerable tact and diplomacy. Bachelor’s degree in natural science, physical geography, resource management, geographic information systems required.

Send cover letter, resume, and brief writing sample by March 3, 2017 as indicated at top of page. Please reference 17-LCBP-001 in the email subject line. Interview dates are tentatively March 9-10, 2017.

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Environmental Analyst — part-time
Boston, MA

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) is seeking a part-time Environmental Analyst to work with the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection in the Boston office. Will provide regional program support for the development and implementation of various Safe Drinking Water Act programs. Provide support to public water systems with the implementation of the Revised Total Coliform Rule (RTCR) and technical assistance to water suppliers and regional staff on RTCR level 1 and Level 2 surveys, distribution system operations hydraulics, storage, maintenance operations, and technical treatment issues. Will develop various trainings.

The successful candidate will have a master’s degree in Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science, or related field. Knowledge of state and federal environmental regulations, SWDA and Well Drillers programs, and groundwater strongly preferred. Ideal applicants will have excellent communications and organizational skill, and be able to work effectively with scientists and engineers. Regional travel required.

This is a part-time position, not to exceed 20 hours per week; the position will not extend beyond June 30, 2017.

Submit cover letter and résumé by January 6, 2017, as indicated at top of page. Please reference position number 17-MassDEP-001 in the e-mail subject line.

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New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) Hurricane Sandy Relief Positions

Operating under the umbrella of New York Rising, the recently established Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery (GOSR) has utilized funding for NEIWPCC to provide New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) with critical staff to focus solely on storm recovery tasks and related work. A variety of objectives will be assumed by the individuals hired during this project, including, but not limited to: the expediting of permits for GOSR-funded projects; including New York Rising Community Reconstruction (NYRCR), FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP), FEMA Public Assistance (PA), Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF), and CDBG-DR Flood Buyout Program project applications; NYSDEC project reviews of Sandy recovery projects; and the provision of advice, council, input, expertise and guidance as needed, under the NYSDEC. The Cooperative Agreement runs through September 30, 2019.

New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission is currently seeking candidates for the following positions to support this recovery work:

Environmental Analyst
Long Island City, NY

The Environmental Analyst will support the Marine Resources Program in reviewing and approving rebuilding and storm recovery projects and also support the Department’s Spring Creek South hazard mitigation project. Will review permit applications for compliance with DEC regulations and maintain permit oversight, including field inspections. Review highly technical documents including hydrology and water quality modeling reports. Assist with contract management and procurement of project design and construction. Will conduct literature reviews and research and apply findings to projects. Review environmental impacts analyses of storm recovery projects, and provide regulatory oversight for municipal programs that are administered by the state.

The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in environmental science, marine science, salt marsh or coastal ecology, conservation biology, oceanography, natural resources management or related field. Must have excellent computer skills, the ability to maintain accurate records, and excellent communication skills, both verbal and written. Knowledge of New York City marine plant communities and fish and wildlife resources.

Send cover letter, resume, and writing sample, as indicated above, by September 30, 2016. In the email subject line, please reference position #16-SR-LICity-001.

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