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At the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality, we value our employees who dedicate themselves in protecting Virginia’s natural resources. Be a part of a dynamic team where you can make a difference while enjoying all of the benefits of working in state government: competitive salary for working a 40 hour week, comprehensive insurance, 12 paid holidays, vacation/personal/sick time, membership in the Virginia state retirement system, flex schedules, tuition reimbursement, telecommuting, performance based recognition, access to an extensive professional training program, many opportunities for advancement, and much more. So if you enjoy working on a variety of projects with high-quality colleagues in a fostering environment, apply today!

Richmond, Virginia
Minimum Starting Salary: $46,087 – Negotiable Based on Experience

The Department of Environmental Quality, Office of Air Permit Programs (OAPP), is seeking a qualified applicant to fill the duties of Title V Coordinator position. This position will develop and maintain policy, procedures and guidance for implementing the Title V air permit program and regulation for use throughout the agency, and to provide training and continued support concerning air permit programs. This position will serve as the permitting lead for regulations pertaining to Electric Generating Units (EGUs) such as the Acid Rain program and regulations related to climate. The position will also conduct limited air permit evaluations to assure the regulations are being consistently and correctly implemented. This position will provide technical assistance to other Air Permitting Regulations and participate in special projects related to air permitting.

Qualifications: The successful candidate should have knowledge of federal and state air pollution control regulations, knowledge of air pollution control technologies and processes, knowledge of industrial processes including EGUs, and experience developing guidance. Candidate must be to demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively to express complex ideas and concepts clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. It is important for the successful candidate to demonstrated ability to interpret, analyze and assess the impact of statutory provisions and policy requirements on the air permitting process. Develop and draft policies, plans, and internal control systems; conduct independent research; strong general and specialized computer skills, including database applications, Microsoft Outlook, and the Microsoft Office suite, as well as report development, general interpersonal interaction, organization, analysis, and problem solving skills. A degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in engineering and/or natural sciences is preferred.

The Commonwealth does not provide sponsorship; therefore, applicants must be a citizen or national of the U.S., a Lawful Permanent Resident, or an alien authorized to work.
Excluding current DEQ Employees, the Selected Candidate MUST pass a criminal background check.

Recruit:  General Public     Application Closing Date: February 28, 2020

For consideration for this position, candidates MUST apply online at Applicants are encouraged to be specific regarding job-related knowledge, skills, and abilities. Resumes are encouraged but do not substitute submittal of the online application. Applications submitted via postal mail, email, or fax will not be considered. 

An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer