Title: AIR RESOURCES TECHNICIAN I Salary: $12.10 - $17.15 Posted: 02/12/2013
This is a Limited Term Intermittent position and may work at a maximum of 1500 hours per calendar year.
The Monitoring and Laboratory’s Air Monitoring South Section is seeking an Air Resources Technician I. Under the close supervision of the section manager the incumbent will collect field samples and data from air monitoring instrumentation/equipment at air monitoring stations. Gather, tabulate, and analyze second level quality control checks on ambient air and meteorological data collected at Air Resources Board’s air monitoring stations and forwards information/data to the supervisor in a timely and adequate manner. Assist with the installation and modification of air monitoring instrumentation and equipment. Conducts special projects and parallel monitoring/sampling. Overnight travel may be required.
Demonstrate the ability to work in an organized and thorough manner with attention to detail. Demonstrate the ability to work independently and as a team member and to meet deadlines. Good communication and writing skills. Desire to travel. Enjoy field work.
WHO MAY APPLY:
If interested, please submit a completed standard State application (STD 678) and any other relevant documents (e.g. unofficial transcript, copy of any degrees, resume, etc.) to the attention of Fernando Amador at the address indicated below. Applicants will be screened and only the most qualified candidates will be interviewed.
If you are not a current or former State employee, you must first take an examination to obtain list eligibility. This does not apply to Student Assistant vacancies.
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