JOB ALERT!!! The U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is seeking to fill an Environmental Engineer/Environmental
Scientist position, GS-0819/1301
position located in the Office of
Partnerships & Regulatory Assistance, Air Program, Air Permitting,
Monitoring and Modeling Unit, Denver, Colorado. EPA is ONLY accepting resumes from qualified veterans that are eligible
under the Schedule A or 30%+ disabled veterans, or Veterans Recruitment
Appointment (VRA) non-competitive hiring authority. For more information on
veteran hiring authorities, please visit: http://www.fedshirevets.gov/job/shav/.
is looking for highly motivated candidates at the GS-09 with a full performance level at the GS-12.
This position will be
dedicated to duties and responsibilities as an air permitting
engineer/scientist. These duties include the following:
graded engineers and scientists with providing technical and administrative
assistance to states, tribes and group members on the development and
implementation of programs related to federal, state and tribal operating
permit programs under Title V of the Clean Air Act (CAA), New Source Review
(NSR), and other CAA related programs.
graded engineers and scientists with reviewing and evaluating applications
for air pollution operating and pre-construction permits, draft/propose
permits, developed by states and tribes for conformance with CAA requirements
and Agency policy and guidance
graded engineers and scientists in working closely with States/Tribes in
the development, review and implementation of their operating permit and NSR
permit legislation, regulations and programs.
Respond to calls, written inquiries,
and Freedom of Information Act (FOIAs) requests from states, tribes, industry
and the public regarding provisions of the CAA pertaining to permitting of
Provide technical/administrative program assistance to
local, state, tribal and federal agencies and the regulated community on permit
guidelines and policies, technical literature pertaining to control technology
and prior operating permit program decision.
years of progressively higher level graduate education leading to a masters’
degree or masters’ or equivalent graduate degree plus 1 year specialized
experience equivalent to at least GS-07.
Knowledge (such as would be acquired
through a pertinent graduate educational program or its equivalent in
experience, training or independent study) of professional engineering and/or
environmental science principles, concepts, and methodology, that has been
supplemented by (a) skill gained through job experience to permit independent
performance of recurring assignments.
and experience may be combined for all grade levels to minimum eligibility
organized individual with some experience in the field of environmental
engineering or environmental science.
written and oral communication
-Interest in a broad range of Clean
Air Act rules and policies
to qualify for federal government positions at the GS-9 level.
Earth Day is
every day at EPA! At EPA, you can protect human health and the environment of
all Americans, and you’ll discover that EPA is one great place to work! We
offer great benefits and work flexibilities, and our diverse workforce connects
to more than just a career--we share a common passion to promote a cleaner,
send resume, DD-214, Schedule A letter and/or VA letter indicating 30% or more
service connected disability, AND supporting documents (please redact social
security numbers) to: Gail Fallon, Hiring Official at the EPA Region 8
Office in Denver, Colorado (firstname.lastname@example.org) by COB December 9, 2016.
Note: Your cover letter should clearly indicate the
position for which you wish to be considered.
Selection will be
made without discrimination for non-merit reasons such as race, color,
religion, sex, national origin, age, handicapping condition, marital status,
sexual orientation, or political affiliation.