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NEIWPCC offers competitive compensation including excellent benefits for eligible employees; we are committed to the professional development of our employees which allows employees to increase their skills, abilities, and work experiences and enables promotion from within.

Please submit your resume and cover letter to jobs@neiwpcc.org. Your application will be reviewed by our human resources department to determine if your qualifications possess the right match for the position; your application is only complete when you have submitted a cover letter and resume; without both, your application may not be considered.

Shortly after submission, you will receive confirmation of receipt of your application in the form of a card or email. You will be contacted directly if we would like to schedule an interview. Due to the high volume of resumes received for our positions, NEIWPCC is unable to respond to individual status update requests. We respectfully request no calls about a position or the status of your application. We thank you for your understanding and interest in employment at NEIWPCC.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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This page was last updated on August 15, 2019.


Information Officer – Human Resources Generalist
Lowell, MA

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission is seeking dynamic candidates for Information Officer – Human Resources Generalist. The Human Resources Generalist, under the guidance and supervision of the Human Resources Director, will join the HR team to perform the full range of HR functions. The HR team plays a key role in furthering the strategic needs – current and future –  of this vital not-for-profit interstate agency which is charged with providing leadership and support in the work for clean water In New England and New York

The right candidate will have an enthusiastic personality characterized by integrity, adaptability, accountability, and an interest in meeting and exceeding the high standards of the department. Areas of responsibility include recruitment, training initiatives, onboarding, compliance and research, records management, website maintenance, benefits administration. Assist with employee newsletter.

The successful candidate will have a master’s degree and 6 years of professional experience. Prior experience with Human Resources strongly preferred. Attention to detail, facility with numbers, database skills, organizational skills, and good interpersonal skills are all important for success in this position. Good judgment, discretion, and the ability to safeguard confidential information are required. This is a great opportunity to work in many different aspects of Human Resources.

Send a cover letter, resume, and writing sample, as indicated above by September 13, 2019. In the email subject line, please reference position #19-Lowell-007.

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Administrative Assistant
Lowell, MA

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission is seeking team-orientated, committed, and personable Administrative Assistant candidates to provide clerical and administrative support to Lowell office headquarters. Incumbent will support programmatic and business divisions, maintain equipment, and maintain NEIWPCC website.  Incumbent will work in an association management system used to register attendees to training courses or conferences, collect registration fees, manage data regarding customers and other business relationships, and maintain wastewater operation certifications records. Will work with the Business Operations Manager, Executive Director, and Executive Committee and Commission.

The successful candidate will have an associate’s degree from a business school or college preferred. Must have a high degree of multi-tasking and time management capability. Will have proven ability in Microsoft Office Suite, database, and internet skills. Experience with travel arrangements and/or a corporate travel environment preferred. Integrity, professionalism, and the ability to maintain confidentiality a must.

Send cover letter and resume by July 26, 2019 as indicated at top of page. Please reference 19-Lowell-006 in email subject line. No phone calls please.

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Information Officer  – Events and Operations Coordinator
Lowell, MA

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission is seeking detail-oriented, dynamic, committed, and personable Information Officer candidates to serve as an Events and Operations Coordinator providing logistic support to the planning and executing of meetings, conferences, trade shows and events, and financial invoice database reconciliation. Incumbent will research venues, distribute RFPs, and act as the primary contact for event registration databases and additional event requirements. Incumbent will support the Business Operations Manager with IT assistance, administrative support, and office resource and equipment management.

The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in in business administration, hotel administration, public relations, events management, tourism, marketing, or related field. Must possess exceptional communication skills, both verbal and written, as well as strong organization and project management skills. Will have proved ability in Microsoft Office Suite and internet skills. Knowledge of budget preparation and contract management as well as exposure to travel arrangements and/or a corporate travel environment preferred.

Send cover letter, resume, and brief writing sample by July 26, 2019 as indicated at top of page. Please reference 19-Lowell-005 in email subject line. No phone calls please.

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Environmental Analyst – (WW & Onsite Systems)
Lowell, MA

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) is seeking a highly organized candidate to serve as a project manager in the Wastewater and Onsite Systems Division working on State Revolving Fund (SRF), New York City watershed projects, National Tanks Conference and Exposition; L.U.S.T Line, and UST-LUST training. Will arrange for and chair or co-chair workgroup meetings. The incumbent will develop work plans, budgets, and contract/grant amendments and provide contract management. Will answer inquiries from state and federal agencies, consultants, and the general public about wastewater, water quality, technical publications, and NEIWPCC programs. Respond to policy issues relating to the Clean Water Act (State Revolving Fund and Needs Survey).

The successful candidate will have a master’s degree in environmental studies, public policy, natural science, public health, earth science, biology, engineering, or chemistry preferred. Must have knowledge of and experience with aspects of environmental policies and regulations as well as knowledge of the 2005 Energy Policy Act, Clean Water Act, RCRA, and CERCLA. Candidate must possess excellent communication and organizational skills. Conference and event planning and management experience strongly preferred. Strong computer skills required.

To apply, send cover letter, resume, and short writing sample by July 19, 2019 as indicated at top of page. Please reference # 19-Lowell-004 in email subject line. No phone calls please.

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Environmental Analyst –  (WQ) TMDL, PEP, WQS
Lowell, MA

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) is seeking a dedicated and dynamic candidate to serve as a project manager in support of the Commission’s mission on regional and national Water Quality Standards (WQS), nutrient and numeric water quality standards, Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL), Mercury, Clean Water Act 303(d) national listing and TMDL training workshops. Candidate will serve as project manager for the Peconic Estuary Program (PEP) and the Long Island Nitrogen Action Plan (LINAP) including the supervision of staff. Will organize workgroup meetings of appropriate state and federal staff for the WQS, nutrient and numeric water quality standards, TMDL, and Mercury workgroups developing agendas and responding to requests for information from workgroup members, as well as updating the Executive Committee and Commission. Will develop and administer work plans, budgets, and contract/grant amendments, as well as develop requests for proposals, section of contractors, and management of contracts.

The successful candidate will have a master’s degree in environmental studies, public policy, natural science, public health, earth science, biology, chemistry, or related field and must have experience working with a broad range of stakeholders in implementing environmental programs. Knowledge and experience with aspects of water quality and watershed management as well as knowledge and understanding of federal environmental laws and regulations required. Candidate must possess excellent interpersonal and organizational skills. Strong computer skills required along with the ability to perform basic statistical analysis.

To apply, send cover letter, resume, and short writing sample by July 10, 2019 as indicated at top of page. Please reference # 19-Lowell-003 in the email subject line. No phone calls please.

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Environmental Analyst (WQ) HAB, NAB, Monitoring, RI DEM
Lowell, MA 

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) is seeking an outgoing and highly organized candidate to serve as a project manager in the Water Quality Division working on the Harmful Algal-Bloom (HAB) program and Monitoring program; will organize workgroup meetings of appropriate state and federal staff for the HAB and Monitoring workgroups, developing agendas and responding to requests for information from workgroup members, as well as updating the Executive Committee and Commission.  Will manage the Northeast Aquatic Biologist conference. In addition, the candidate will work closely with the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, including the supervision of one full-time staff member.

The successful candidate will have a master’s degree in environmental studies, natural science, public health, earth science, biology, chemistry, engineering, or related field and must have experience working with a broad range of stakeholders in implementing environmental programs. Knowledge and experience with aspects of water quality and watershed management as well as knowledge and understanding of federal environmental laws and regulations required. Candidate must possess excellent interpersonal skills.  Strong computer skills required along with the ability to perform basic statistical analysis; experience with geographic information systems preferred.

To apply, send cover letter, resume, and short writing sample by July 10, 2019 as indicated at top of page. Please reference # 19-Lowell-002 in email subject line. No phone calls please.

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New York State Source Water Protection – New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and New York State Department of Health

The primary goal of the next generation of source water protection in New York State is to develop, update, and implement source water protection measures for public drinking water systems throughout the State. Source water protection strategies are most effective when implemented at the local community level. As such, New York State is committed to updating its Source Water Assessment and Protection Plans (SWAPPs), as funded in the 2017 NYS budget, and has utilized this funding for NEIWPCC to provide New York State Department of Conservation and the New York State Department of Health with critical staff to work with NYS professionals, public water suppliers, and local entities to develop an updated public drinking water source water protection program.

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC), the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and the New York State Department of Health are seeking candidates for the following positions:


Environmental Analyst – Drinking Water Specialist Geneva
New York State Department of Health – Source Water Protection Program
Geneva, New York

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) and the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) Bureau of Water Supply Protection (BWSP) are seeking highly organized and detail-oriented candidates for an Environmental Analyst – Drinking Water Specialist to conduct, or oversee the conduct of, investigations on matters such as source water assessment and protection, water storage, treatment and distribution, wastewater treatment and discharge, point-source and non-point source pollution, permitting, or other compliance and regulatory issues.

The incumbent will develop and update source water assessment plans (SWAPs), collect, or oversee the collection of environmental samples for analysis, and summarize, evaluate, and present environmental information and data. Will develop written materials to provide guidance and training for local municipalities, governmental and non-governmental agencies, and local health departments (LHDs) on source water protection strategies and implementation. Will provide support for associated programs by implementing procedures and performing sampling and testing to ensure compliance and will develop concise and coherent multi-media documents for communicating program activities and accomplishments.

The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in environmental science, biology, chemistry, earth science, geology, hydrogeology, hydrology, environmental health, natural science, toxicology, or public health and must have knowledge and understanding of state and federal environmental regulations. Knowledge of Safe Drinking Water Act and SWAP programs, as well as groundwater and surface water hydrology required. Specific experience in microbiology or groundwater and surface water modeling is preferred. Candidate must possess excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, and have demonstrated ability to work both independently and as part of a team. Excellent computer skills including Geographical Information Systems (GIS) required.

Send cover letter, resume, and brief writing sample by June 14, 2019 as indicated at top of page. Please reference 19-NYS-SW-DOH-006 in email subject line. No phone calls please.

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Environmental Analyst – Drinking Water Specialist Rochester
New York State Department of Health – Source Water Protection Program
Rochester, New York

The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC) and the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) Bureau of Water Supply Protection (BWSP) are seeking highly organized and detail-oriented candidates for an Environmental Analyst – Drinking Water Specialist to conduct, or oversee the conduct of, investigations on matters such as source water assessment and protection, water storage, treatment and distribution, wastewater treatment and discharge, point-source and non-point source pollution, permitting, or other compliance and regulatory issues.

The incumbent will develop and update source water assessment plans (SWAPs), collect, or oversee the collection of environmental samples for analysis, and summarize, evaluate, and present environmental information and data. Will develop written materials to provide guidance and training for local municipalities, governmental and non-governmental agencies, and local health departments (LHDs) on source water protection strategies and implementation. Will provide support for associated programs by implementing procedures and performing sampling and testing to ensure compliance and will develop concise and coherent multi-media documents for communicating program activities and accomplishments.

The successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in environmental science, biology, chemistry, earth science, geology, hydrogeology, hydrology, environmental health, natural science, toxicology, or public health and must have knowledge and understanding of state and federal environmental regulations. Knowledge of Safe Drinking Water Act and SWAP programs, as well as groundwater and surface water hydrology required. Specific experience in microbiology or groundwater and surface water modeling is preferred. Candidate must possess excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, and have demonstrated ability to work both independently and as part of a team. Excellent computer skills including Geographical Information Systems (GIS) required.

Send cover letter, resume, and brief writing sample by June 14, 2019 as indicated at top of page. Please reference 19-NYS-SW-DOH-007 in email subject line. No phone calls please.

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