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Incumbents in this class improve environmental quality in order to protect public health, the welfare of our citizens, and California's natural resources; participate in further development of information needed for the CalGOLD Program; and oversee a team of environmental experts providing these services.
Incumbents may also represent Cal/EPA Permit Assistance Centers in various joint operations, speak before groups, answer inquiries, and prepare reports and correspondence.
This is the first line supervisor of a group of professional technical, analytical, or clerical employees performing complex environmental pollution control work and the first level to which administrative responsibility is assigned. The Permit Assistance Center Director supervises one or more Permit Assistance Centers responsible for giving information about environmental and other permits related to businesses.
Experience: Two years of journey level experience in the California state service performing duties in the areas of environmental program analysis or engineering.
Experience: Five years of increasingly responsible professional experience in environmental program analysis or research. and
* Note: Approved as a State Personnel Board Staff Item.
Education: Graduation from college with a major in the field of Economics, Business or Public Administration, Public Policy, Regional or City Planning, Business or International Law, Trade Policy, Natural Science, Physical Science, Environmental Science, or Engineering.
Knowledge of: Principles and procedures of environmental regulatory control; laws and regulations applicable to environmental regulation; principles and techniques of personnel management, and fiscal and budget administration; concepts of strategic planning and quality management; a supervisor's responsibility for promoting equal opportunity in hiring and employee development and promotion, and for maintaining a work environment that is free of discrimination and harassment.
Ability to: Analyze data and reach sound conclusions; plan, organize, and carry out studies and analyses; evaluate data and develop recommendations based on findings; establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with individuals and organizations contacted in the course of the work; prepare clear, accurate, and technical reports; analyze situations accurately and take effective action; plan, organize, and direct the work of others; interpret policies and develop proposals; make oral presentations; effectively promote equal opportunity in employment and maintain a work environment that is free of discrimination and harassment.