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Under the direction of the Supervising Integrated Waste Management Specialist I, the incumbent will have the opportunity to travel throughout the State of California to establish working relationships and provide technical assistance to jurisdictions, businesses, and state agencies. The Local Assistance and Market Development (LAMD) Branch offers a diversity of assignments and experience working in the solid waste field. LAMD is a dynamic team environment with flexible work schedules (Telework and Alternate Work Week Schedules). In addition, the incumbent will work with the latest and greatest technology to apply scientific methods and principles in the performance and management of assigned tasks listed below. Utilizing a holistic approach, LAMD staff are the Department’s field representatives (frontline staff) delivering services and programs locally and regionally to increase proper handling of waste (including household hazardous waste); waste reduction, diversion, and procurement; and development of local and regional markets. Staff on the frontline takes an integrated, comprehensive, and market based approach to local assistance. As the Department’s field representative, LAMD staff assists regions in developing and/or expanding local and regional markets, providing guidance on local and state agency diversion and procurement programs, and assisting businesses to become more sustainable. LAMD provides a supportive and collaborative working environment with a focus on team work. This position involves travel throughout the state approximately 20% of the time, primarily in LA and/or Orange Counties.
Enjoys solving problems and working with numbers and databases; project management skills and experience; working knowledge of waste management practices and issues facing local governments; strong oral and written communication skills with the ability to explain complex issues in simple language; and extensive experience with computers, spreadsheets and databases.
Candidates who are currently in this class, have list eligibility to this class, or have eligibility to transfer to this class or candidates who are designated Surplus/SROA will be considered. Surplus/SROA candidates must include a copy of their surplus notice with their application. Training and Development assignments and/or alternative classifications may be considered. All interested applicants must submit a resume and a standard state application (Form Std. 678) with an original signature to the contact person identified on this bulletin. Clearly indicate the basis of eligibility in the explanation section of the Std. 678. Emailed and/or faxed applications cannot be accepted at this time. 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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