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AIR RESOURCES BOARD, STATE

Title:  AIR POLLUTION SPECIALIST
Salary: $4,204.00 - $7,899.00
Posted: 10/11/2012

Job Description:

DUTIES:

The Climate Change Program Monitoring Section has an opening for an Air Pollution Specialist to conduct a variety of activities related to development and analysis of greenhouse gas emissions reduction programs. The Climate Change Program Monitoring Section is responsible for oversight of the California Cap-and-Trade market and plays an integral role in the continued development and evaluation of the emissions market. The position will evaluate and develop tools for analysis and monitoring of the emissions trading program, incentives, voluntary actions, offsets, and other approaches to further the goals of the California Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006 (AB 32). Experience with regulatory oversight, , tracking and monitoring tools, scientific and engineering principals and economic analysis is highly desirable. We are particularly interested in candidates with experience in environmental, energy or commodities markets. The position also requires close interaction and teamwork with a broad range of internal and external market experts, scientists, engineers, and policymakers, as well as industry and environmental organizations, and community groups. The position may act in a lead capacity or as part of a team.

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS: The successful candidate for this position should demonstrate initiative, have excellent written and oral communication skills, have the ability to understand technical and policy issues, have strong analytical and problem-solving skills, work effectively with other staff and coordinate with community, industry and government stakeholders. The candidate must also be able to work independently or in a team setting and have excellent interpersonal skills. Successful candidates should demonstrate an ability to evaluate technical data as well as a strong background in environmental market programs, air pollution, engineering, economics and public policy.

WHO MAY APPLY:

Qualified Air Resources Engineer candidates are encouraged to apply.

Applicants will be screened and only the most qualified candidates will be interviewed. This vacancy may be subject to SROA/Surplus provisions. Surplus applicants must attach a copy of their surplus letter with a completed standard State application (STD 678). On page one of your State application you must clearly indicate the basis of your eligibility: list appointment, transfer, SROA, surplus, re-employment, or reinstatement.

If interested, please submit a completed standard State application (STD 678) and any other relevant documents (e.g. unofficial transcript, copy of degrees, resume, etc.) to the attention of Pam Clymer.

Additional Information:

Working Title Position Number
Air Pollution Specialist 673 - 463 - 3887 - 004
Will also consider hiring a(n)
AIR RESOURCES ENGINEER $4,608.00 - $8,379.00
Location County
Sacramento SACRAMENTO
Timebase Tenure
Full Time Permanent   month(s)
Final Filing Date: Department Link:
10/25/2012 http://www.arb.ca.gov
Contact Unit/Address Contact Name/Phone
Stationary Source Division
1001 I Street, 6th Floor
Sacramento, CA 95814
Pam Clymer
916-327-5987
pclymer@arb.ca.gov

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