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NEIWPCC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) is seeking an Environmental Analyst to work in the Wastewater and Onsite Systems Division. The right candidate will have an enthusiastic personality characterized by integrity, adaptability, and accountability, with a commitment to learning. The Environmental Analyst will work on programmatic areas including underground storage tanks/leaking underground storage tanks (UST/LUST) and NEIWPCC’s Aquatic Trash Reduction /Prevention projects. Will work on policy issues related to the Clean Water Act including the State Revolving Fund and Needs Survey.
The successful candidate must have a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies, public policy, natural science, public health, or a related field. Knowledge and experience with environmental policies and regulations and knowledge of the 2005 Energy Policy Act preferred. Demonstrated communication and organizational skills required. The ability to work effectively with both scientists and engineers a plus.
Send a cover letter, resume, and writing sample, as indicated above by June 10, 2016. In the email subject line, please reference position #16-Lowell-006.
Information Officer – Meeting and Events Planner
The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission is seeking candidates for an Information Officer – Meeting and Events Planner. Each year, NEIWPCC holds approximately 50 events ranging from in-house meetings to national conferences with up to 800 participants. The Meeting and Events Planner, under the guidance and supervision of the Office Manager/Meeting and Events Coordinator, will provide logistic support to the planning and executing of meetings, conferences, trade shows, and events. Will be responsible for financial invoices and database reconciliation. Candidates must be energetic, have a positive attitude, and be comfortable working in a fast paced environment. Candidates must also have exceptional people skills, excellent computer, analytical and organizational skills, and enjoy working in a true team environment.
The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree and 1-3 years of professional experience. Some prior experience with hotel administration, public relations, events management or tourism. Attention to detail, facility with numbers, database skills, organizational skills, important for success in this position. Good judgment, discretion, and the ability to safeguard confidential information are required.
Send a cover letter, resume, and writing sample, as indicated above by June 10, 2016. In the email subject line, please reference position #16-Lowell-005.
Lake Champlain Basin Program
Grand Isle, VT
The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) is seeking candidates for Program Director of the Lake Champlain Basin Program (LCBP.) The right candidate will have a proven track record of leading institutional growth and a team.
The incumbent will work to protect and improve the natural and cultural resources of the Lake Champlain Basin and its bi-state and bi-national watershed through partnerships that conserve and restore natural resources, promote the use of sound science to support management decisions, enhance water quality, and promote community involvement and stewardship. The incumbent will also administer the Champlain Valley National Heritage Partnership whose focus is increasing knowledge and appreciation of the area’s cultural heritage, outdoor recreational opportunities, and historic landmarks. The incumbent will work with and provide leadership to the Lake Champlain Program and its operating committees, including the Lake Champlain Steering Committee, Executive Committee, Citizen Advisory Committees (VT, NY, QC), Education and Outreach Committee, Heritage Area Program Advisory Committee, and Technical Advisory Committee.
The incumbent is expected to have extensive interaction with the public and representatives of federal, state, and local governments, businesses, members of the local news media, universities and environmental and economic development organizations. The incumbent will oversee and manage LCBP operations and provide overall program leadership, coordination, administration, and planning.
Recommended qualifications are listed in the job description. The incumbent is expected to have an extensive working knowledge of planning principles and implementation techniques related to lake use and water quality protection as well as biological, chemical, and physical water quality indicators. The incumbent is also expected to have demonstrated effective leadership and business management skills, the ability to mediate disparate opinions and negotiate acceptable solutions, and program management skills.
Send cover letter, resume, and brief writing sample by April 29, 2016 as indicated at top of page. Please reference 16-LCPB-004 in the email subject line.